Anyway, some dude named Chris just sent me an email saying:
I am purchasing a 28' Rinker cruiser. I own a steel erection company in the chicagoland area. My wife Michelle and I are proud parents of two girls Hannah and Hayley. I was thinking of something along the line of work (nuts and bolts )or something with steel or iron in it. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thank-YouFirst of all, Chris, congrats on your purchase, but... You should know... I'm just back from the Hartford boat show this evening and a sales rep from a dealer of a boat manufacturer that will remain nameless called the brand of boat you are buying "Stinker Rinkers". While I thought this was immature, they went on to explain how their boats were made better... But, whatever. Rinkers still have a good rep in my mind, so pay no attention.
Second of all; while I jest in the title of this post, I do believe 'work' may be the way to go - Steel The Day, In the SEAA.
Although, there is also the H-H factor of your two precious daughters.
H20 comes to mind, as does Ha-Ha (just for laughs).
I'm sure you'll come up with something great, and when you do, don't forget to buy your boat lettering here.