Saw one 2 years ago named "seamen aboard" which was a 42ft SeaRay I think, it had a tender named "bakers ride". The funny part was it was a couple in their maybe 80s who owned them. The boat was I think 6 years old too so not like they came up with it a couple of decades ago either. Asked the old guy about it and he told me a long back story on it dating to the 60s. Guess the wife got to pick the colour of the boat and he got to pick the name. They didn't tell each other what they were picking and picked the boat up and each found out the other part.
Me and my wife had our first (blind) date to go waterskiing on my dad's boat 40 years ago. We've owned it for the last 32 years and still in use every weekend. Needless to say, its name is "First Date."
The previous owner of a 24’ Campbell I once owned was at a “Secret Santa” party and ended up with a pair of women’s panties. He put them on and the ladies commented, OH HE is SO SHY! Thus the boat was named.
“OH SO SHY”
I name my boats after the person I buy them from. This started with my last boat. I bought it from a guy named Cecil, so i named the boat Cecil. My current boat I bought off a guy named Darrell, but his facebook handle is Brookside. My current boat's name is Brookside.