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Susan Lincoln – The Weekly Muddle – Seas the day


“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Shakespeare may have penned that sentiment but the generations following him have worn the blush off it. If it is true, however, that a rose would smell as sweet (by any other name), does the same hold true for a boat? A bottle of nail polish? A tube of lipstick? I recently strolled through the yacht basin of a beach resort and marveled at the creative genius which is at work among the rich and famous…or at least among those the rich and famous can afford to hire to be creatively genius. Today’s boat names would make even Shakespeare grin. Seas the Day. You can’t help but smile and dream flamboyantly (or flambuoyantly) when you look at a boat that declares, “Seas the Day”—you want to do just that, wearing crisp white and nautical stripes, hoping for fair winds and following seas. This lovely, floating fortune was surrounded by other boats and ships with…Read the rest of the story and more stories like this in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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