A couple of almost relevant points:
There was a minor-league raceboat on SF Bay
some years back called Shazam, including appropriate lightning-bolt graphics. I liked it then, and still do.
We have good friends who circumnavigated in a Cal
2-28 about that same time, and it was called "Twigga", which is Swahili (I think) for Giraffe... point being that perhaps Giraffe and its derivitives have good sailing karma!
Finally, although the Rothschild clan has some bad connotations, someone by that name makes one of the worlds finest wines in France
, so maybe they aren't all bad!
And really finally, "Insatiable" has been a happy name for us. Turns out to be exactly cognate in both French and Spanish, including the "wink,wink,nudge,nudge" aspects, and this has lightened the atmosphere in many a port capitan's office in Mexico
and French islands in the Pacific. Anything that adds a smile to an officials face is a good thing if you are going foreign.
Jim and Ann s/v Insatiable II lying Cairns, Q!d Oz