Boat US's Annual list of Top 10 boat names with editorial comment from Boat US:
1. Seas the Day: While this boat owner may feel they have no control over their declining retirement account, they are completely in charge while boating and intend to get the most out of their boating lifestyle. (This is the sixth appearance of this name and its cousin, Carpe Diem, on the list since BoatUS began tracking boat names in 1991.)
2. Summer Daze: A combination of warm weather and long days spent afloat on sunsplashed waterways may have put this boater into a dreamlike state.
3. Second Chance: Perhaps this boat owner has had a life changing experience and feels that their boat now gives them a second lease on life. “Second Wind” is the sailboat equivalent.
4. Aqua-Holic: On the Top-Ten list for the last seven years, this boat name illustrates a boater’s chronic love for the waterways.
5. Wind Seeker: No doubt a true sailboat name for a wanderer or racer.
6. Dream Weaver: Like the 1976 Gary Wright song that muses about an escape to dreamland, this boat owner may weave memories of good days spent on the water, sheltering them from the pressures of day-to-day life.
7. Black Pearl: The name of a fast, stealthy and intimidating fictional ship from the Disney Pirates of the Caribbean films, this boat likely has plenty of kids aboard.
8. Hydrotherapy: Takes into account the healing nature that boating provides this boat owner.
9. The Salt Shaker: If you know what a “Parrot head” is, you’ll know what The Salt Shaker is for. On a Saturday night this boat and its owner could be the most popular in the marina.
10. Sea Quest: This boat owner likely grew up watching Jacques Cousteau TV specials and wants to explore the world with their boat.
You can find previous year's here and here. They honestly get lamer every year. None of them come close to some of the beauties of the list of Stupid Boat names. DILIGAFF is my current favorite. You will have to check out the list to work this out.