I regret to report that the answer is "no."
This isn't the first time. In 2001, Irish voters rejected the Treaty of Nice. Evidently, they got it wrong, so the government held another referendum in 2002, and this time the referendum approved the treaty. If I'd been voting in that, I'd have felt "You'll keep voting until you get it right".
In 2105, UKIP got 12.6% of the votes, 0.2% share of the seats.
And now again. So much for democracy. If they ask us to vote, isn't there a kind of implied committment to abide by the result of that vote?
But the ship will not be called Boaty McBoatface.