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I liked it better racing down a coral edge bright green on clear water with your partner stripping off pushing you down onto the aft locker and you gaze around as if in a dream. Thank god for autopilots!
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A few comments.

Screened in cockpits provide the perfect privacy after sunset. Then in the water for a quick dip.

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our favorite euphemism = boat yoga
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To us "boat yoga" describes the odd and uncomfortable positions necessary to reach whatever needs to be repaired on the boat. I'll have to be careful using that term without context, lest I be misunderstood.
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Re: Living aboard - and sex

Sex,,,no matter where it is,,,is like pizza. When its good its really good, and when its bad its still pretty good.
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Re: Living aboard - and sex

Out through the heads sailing to the horizon with a full moon rising .... that even works for me.
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If you do it on an airplane, they say you are in the "mile high" club. If you do it on a boat, what do they call it?
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If you do it on an airplane, they say you are in the "mile high" club. If you do it on a boat, what do they call it?
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I'm not sure if the old bumper sticker could be used.

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