Re: Naming a Ship
Veerle Braughton (email@example.com)
Fri, 7 Feb 1997 22:37:04 -0700
I am mate of Ship 14, Desert Dolphin. We chose the name Desert Dolphin
because we are in New Mexico, the desert, and because the dolphin is a
friend of man. We wanted something that had to do with where we are.
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> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Naming a Ship
> Date: Friday, February 07, 1997 12:56 AM
> Ahoy, there!
> It seems that activity on the net is slowing down. I hope that is just my
> imagination. This should be a great boost to Sea Scouting/Exploring as we
> have this opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and success stories.
> You could help his land-lubber come-lately Sea Scouting enthusiast with a
> I notice many Ships have names in addition to the national registration
> number. Help me know what protocol there may be, or tradition, or other
> influence on Ship names that should be considered. Does your Ship carry
> same name as your "flagship" vessel or boat? How about this?
> Please share your knowledge, experience, and background with this
> Committee Chairman
> Sea Explorer Ship 207
> Raleigh, NC