Seafarers Demand the Right to Name Ships Anything

Seafarers around the world are demanding the right to name their ships whatever they please, regardless of how inappropriate or ill-fated the name may be. The call comes after a recent trend of naming vessels after movies, such as “Jurassic Park” and “The Poseidon Adventure.”

The demand for naming rights has even led to some sailors suggesting names like “Titanic 2” and “Hindenburg 2,” despite the obvious negative connotations. “We want the freedom to express ourselves through the names of our ships,” said one sailor, who wished to remain anonymous. “Who cares if it’s a bit morbid?”

However, not everyone is on board with the idea. Maritime safety experts warn that giving ships inappropriate names could lead to bad luck and accidents at sea. “Naming a ship ‘Titanic 2’ is like asking for trouble,” said one expert. “It’s tempting fate and could have disastrous consequences.”

Despite the concerns, the push for naming rights shows no signs of slowing down. Seafarers argue that they should be allowed to name their ships after their loved ones, their favorite foods, or even their pets. “We want to have fun with our ship names,” said another sailor. “It’s not like we’re asking for anything dangerous.”

As the debate rages on, one thing is clear: seafarers are determined to have the right to name their ships whatever they please, even if it means sailing on the “Titanic 2.”