Name the Cruise Ship to win Pineapple Cruise

And now… Another Contest to Win my New New Release!

Name a Cruise Ship in Pineapple Cruise #14 (now available for preorder, save $2)!

As always, I let the readers pick a name for something in my new book – this time it’s a cruise ship! Pretend you and Captain Stubing have a new ship and it is time to name it. (There’s a blast from the past reference!)

Enter by leaving your idea in the comments below or send me an email at amy@amyvansant.com

I’ll pick 20 random winners of the ebook when it is released and one winner of the paperback version!

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  1. Ann Cunningham

    Name the cruise ship “Jubilee;” it is a phenomenon
    That only happens on the gulf coast and in Japan.
    It has to do with moon phases, tides and oxygen in the water. Sea life gets dazed and shows up on the shore and are easy pickings, just to scoop up out of the water, much like your dead bodies in Pineapple Cruise.

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  2. Sandy H

    Pelican – if you look closely it has two eyes, the black body, and the white top.

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  3. fran

    Pineapple Odyssey.
    If anyone is interested, look up the meaning of pineapples on cruise ship doors (and other places), was a bit of an eye opener.

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  4. Anthony Holmes

    I would name the cruise ship the Ananas. Ananas was a term used in the 16th century by Portugal. Ananas comosus, “ the fruit of the pine”.

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  5. Julian White

    Poll – after the ballet very loosely based on Gilbert and Sullivan…

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  6. Sharman Frisino

    The name for the cruise ship should be
    The Vansant Voyager
    for Amy of course!! What else?

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  7. Michelle Hoyt

    Pineapple Fantasy, because it’s a fantasy of mine to go on a cruise!

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  8. Diana Page

    Van Sant Cruise Line with the ship being The Beautimous Dole ( a mix between beautiful and famous & Dole pineapple producers).

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  9. Jenny Patrick

    PINEAPPLE PROMINENCE,PINEAPPLE PREMIER, AND THE FIRST ONE I THOUGHT OF WAS PINEAPPLE PRINCESS

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  10. nova conover

    i think Pina (Spanish), or Anona which means “pineapple” in Italian.

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    • Shelby Forbes

      All of these are types of pineapples and would be cute names: White Jade, Lazy Flora, Sugarloaf

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  11. Kathryn H

    LadyMac
    Macadamia Delight

    One thinks of Hawaii when one sees pineapples, which also brings to mind macadamia nuts! 🙂

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  12. Carmen

    World Traveler- cause what do you do on a cruise? Travel the world of course!

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  13. Sue Waagner

    Sweet Pineapple Voyager
    Sweet Pineapple Dream
    Pineapple Adventurer

    My husband suggested Canned Pineapple.

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  14. Lynn Feinman

    The Bon Voyage. It links to the cruise line, and is a little ironic since the victims are taking their final bon voyage.

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  15. Lynn Nelson

    I would name the cruise ship “hala kahiki” because it is pineapple in Hawaiian. Hala being fruit, and kahiki means foreign. The fruit is native to South America, but was heavily propigated in Hawaii.

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