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Top 10 Dirty Boat Names

Posted May 31st, 2010
by BoatInsurance.org Staff (no comments)

Everyone wants to have the coolest boat name. Yes, there are a few folks who will name their boats after their favorite old Aunt Frida. There’s nothing we can do to stop that. But for the most part, people want to come up with something unique for their boat. Naming a boat shouldn’t be like picking out boat insurance; it should be interesting and exciting.

Of course, sometimes naming your boat takes a turn for the worse, and goes down something of a blue road. Here are some of the more dirty-sounding boat names we’ve come across over the years:

  1. The Filthy Whore. This one, of course, reflects the “salty” nature of the sea. One particular variation we’ve come across includes the “Filthy Oar.” By far, this seems to be the most common dirty boat name out there.
  2. Reel Hooker. No, this isn’t the name of a new reality show on Fox. This was a boat belonging to a fishing hobbyist.
  3. Tits Up. We can only assume that the owner of this boat has had issues keeping the boat from capsizing.
  4. Spreader Boots. We’re not really sure what this one has to do with boating at all, but we like it.
  5. Hot Ruddered Bum. This one is only dirty if you assume that the owner of the boat is gainfully employed.
  6. Four Play. We’re still not sure what the significance of “Four” is in this boat. Perhaps the owner has a “One Play,” “Two Play” and “Three Play” at home.
  7. Slightly Crewed. This one is only a little bit dirty.
  8. The Wet Dream. Some folks would go with “Dreamboat.” This particular boat owner decided to go a different direction with it.
  9. Nauti-lust. As opposed to “nice lust.”
  10. Ho-Ma-Way. Now stop that. Just because the word “ho” is in the title doesn’t mean this one is dirty. Read it out loud, you’ll see what we mean.

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