These are more related to a smaller sailing boat:
(I found then long ago here):http://www.grogono.com/humor.php
-Sleep on the shelf in your closet.
-Replace the closet door with a curtain.
-Four hours after you go to sleep, have your wife whip open the curtain, shine a flashlight in your eyes, and mumble: "Yourwatch!".
-Put a wall across the middle of your bathtub and move the shower head down to chest level.
-When taking showers, shut off the water while soaping.
-Put lube oil in your humidifier instead of water and set it to high.
-If your basement floods, during a sudden thaw, go down and start bailing.
-Bring inside some type of gas motor (lawn mower, garden tiller, etc), start, and leave running while trying to listen to favorite CD, or having an in-depth conversation.
-If the wind, outside, is howling, race around the house to make sure all windows and doors are secure. At night, everyone takes a turn on 'watch'.
-Place all none edible garbage in small plastic bags, and store in other half of tub (edible garbage to be thrown out the window).
-Wake up at midnight and have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on stale bread. Cold canned ravioli or soup, is optional.
-Make up your family menu a week ahead of time without looking in the pantry, 'fridge, or freezer.
-Once a month, pick a major appliance, take it completely apart, and put it back together.
-Use 18 scoops of coffee per pot, and allow it to sit for 5 to 6 hours before drinking.
-Put a fluorescent light under the coffee table, and lay there to read a book.
-Every so often, throw the cat in the tub (hot tub, large sink, etc.) and shout, "Man overboard!".
-Run into the kitchen and sweep all the pots/pans/dishes off of the counter onto the floor, then yell at the wife for not having the place "stowed for sea."
-With every major windshift, have your alarm go off so you can reset your address.
-Periodically throw some sand about the house.
-Cut two legs shorter on each chair.
-During a squall, wake up - go to the front porch - throw a bucket of cold water in your face - go back to bed.