Re: What do you do when you are docked or anchored?
For what it is worth DaWIFE doesn't care about sailing but loves to tie up in other harbors. My beautiful bride of almost 32 years has mobility issues now and has both good and bad days. When she is up to it she likes to meet new people, explore new towns and their shops, eat in new restaurants, go to new museums, that sort of thing.
Conversely, she also enjoys the quiet time on the boat. No noise, no grand kids running around, no one intruding on her space. She likes to read so I gave her a Kindle for Christmas. I expect I will be among the many who will find Kindling in their boats this Summer.
T. P. Donnelly
S/V Tranquility Base
1984 Islander 30 Bahama