Nautical Dreamer Christening Ceremony

So apparently you end up with bad juju if you rename a sailing vessel without a ceremony. We don’t consider ourselves superstitious, but why find out too late we should have had a party for our boat before heading out? So as not to incur the wrath of the deities that rule the elements, we are holding a rechristening ceremony to change the Pamela Kay (named after the former owner) to the Nautical Dreamer.

While we realize anyone reading this (friends and family) probably won’t hop on a plane for this, here is the invitation.


Now, if you are intrigued enough to watch, we will be attempting to go live on Facebook for the ceremony on Saturday, September 24th at 6 p.m. (CST). If you watch live, you can interact (via comments) with us as we film. Or you can watch after the fact and comment, just like any other video. Or you can skip it and go to dinner and a movie somewhere. 🙂

6 thoughts on “Nautical Dreamer Christening Ceremony”

  1. Marked it on the calendar. We will have glass of wine in hand to toast to the new name. Hope you don’t put a dent in her with the bottle when you rechristen her.

    1. Believe it or not, West Marine has a bottle that is not only environmentally friendly (it comes in a bag so the glass shards don’t go into the water) but is also scored around the middle so it breaks easily without denting. LOL.

    1. I haven’t tried it yet either but I read up on it. Seems easy enough, although our internet is spotty at best, so we will see.

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