Our new dinghy is still nameless! I don't think this is a good thing for a boat. And we will not put "Tender of Habibi" on it. Yes, you see this often - people think it's cool to name the dink after the mother ship. It's not cool, it's actually stupid, as a matter of fact it's tremendously stupid.
Imagine you're one of this clever dicks who paints now the name of his yacht on the dinghy. And your dinghy is at shore while you're shopping or whatever. A dink on land indicates your boat on anchor is most probably unattended. But it's difficult to say which dink belongs to which boat. EXCEPT of course you have been so smart to put the name of your boat on it!
You do not need to be a scientist to figure out what can happen: Even a drunk pothead (yes, exactly this kind that already hangs out early afternoon) is now capable to figure that out: One scumbag will watch your dink to see when you're coming back, while his friend "checks" your boat for any valuables. Stupid, eh?
And for the sake of argument: Yes, it's easy to spot a yacht without dink anyway. But it needs a bit more effort to check and see where the owners are. It's like everywhere in the world, most of theft just happen when you become an easy target.
So our dink will not be called "Little Habibi" or so. I would like to have something funny but we're out of ideas (I liked "Red October" but that's a friend's dink name already). Help us to find a juicy name! Asking you - any great idea how we could call our little, very fast dinghy?