Yacht Were You Thinking?
Giá sản phẩm trên Tiki đã bao gồm thuế theo luật hiện hành, Mọi chuyện đã bắt đầu đi xa khỏi tầm kiểm soát của chúng ta!. Tuy nhiên tuỳ vào từng loại sản phẩm hoặc phương thức, địa chỉ giao hàng mà có thể phát sinh thêm chi phí khác như phí vận chuyển, phụ phí hàng cồng kềnh, ... Cứ nghĩ là dễ dàng..
Naming a boat is as personal as naming a baby (even if few male skippers would risk telling the wife that), Sao vậy trời!. The culmination of many years of dreaming and penny pinching, the purchase of a boat of any size is a huge event for any sailor, and with that comes serious naming pressure, Sao vậy trời!. Many boatowners have a secret fear that someone else got their brilliantly original name first or ruined it for ever by reducing its reputation to snigger-worthy opprobrium, Sao vậy trời!. Sometimes its so difficult to name a boat that skippers are desperate enough to ask the sorts of people who think Boaty McBoatface would be a good choice The perfect gift for any skipper or would-be skipper, and featuring hundreds of common and uncommon names, this entertaining little book will answer perhaps the most important question new owners should ask themselves: what will this name say about me? And as everyone knows, once youve named a boat, you never ever change it, so it also answers the question: what is my boat name saying about me? Names will be categorised and listed alphabetically within these chapters: - Pun Intended (some reveal a classic wit, others reveal just how many desperate unfunny dullards there are sailing around in yachts called Seas the Day) - Common as Muck (bad names Moondancer, Wave Catcher and others that sound like names from a bad childrens novel: where they come from, why theyre bad, and how to avoid inventing another) - A Bit of Pedigree (good names but probably too classy for you to get away with copying them) - Dont Even Go There (they might be uncommon these days, but sometimes theres a good reason for that) - Word Piracy (expressions borrowed from other languages - with varying degrees of wisdom) - Myths, Legends and Gods (inspired by heroes and deities of cultures now lost to the past) - The Devils Own (dont tempt fate by calling your boat Invincible, as the Royal Navy did each time the last one sank/exploded plus other superstition-violating names) With fascinating history, a fair bit of psychology and a lot of humour, this is the essential guide for all would-be boat owners, and anyone buying a gift for Dad for Fathers Day or Christmas. Xin lỗi chị, tôi không cố ý..chỉ là.