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Living aboard - and sex

Why doesn't anyone talk about the issues of sex on a boat? Are there any issues? Such as noise, privacy, and all the other stuff?

It's something is going with cruising and nobody talks about it.
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Dude - you have just started a Sailnet classic. Kudos.

Look - spoinkin' on a boat is why boats were invented in the first place. The sailin' and drinkin' parts were just gravy.
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The sailin' and drinkin' parts were just gravy.
Smacky, I think a better metaphor would be "dinner and a movie"
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Dude, your freaking me out man. Do we have to draw you pictures?

OK here is a hint, nice gentle breeze blowing, boat nicely trimmed, Auto Pilot is engaged, no other boats in sight and plenty of open water all around you; your wife is out on the bow sunning herself.......... the next move is up to you.
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Have you never heard the phrase 'When the boat starts rocking..."
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I vote for more sex! Where do we vote?
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take her offshore then head back in with a rising full moon astern.........even I can get laid under those circumstances........
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Smacky, I think a better metaphor would be "dinner and a movie"
Oh, see GregS - now you've done it! So, sailors, what are all the metaphors for sex on a boat?

As for the noise, privacy, etc. - who gives a damn? If some prude doesn't like the ruckus, he can either pick up another ball (heh-heh) or score another slip (heh-heh) out of range, right? Right.

Let's raise our mugs to sex on a boat!
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