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View Poll Results: Which of the following activities do you usually do while on the water?
Entertain friends 251 64.36%
Cook/grill 235 60.26%
Cruise using engine 131 33.59%
Swimming/diving off boat 210 53.85%
Fishing 131 33.59%
Play games/cards 108 27.69%
Listen to music 275 70.51%
Watch videos/cds 82 21.03%
Read books 261 66.92%
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...SAIL.
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as all I own is a little dinghy, there really isnt room to do much else other than sail. But when the wind's on the light side, I do a little fishing too
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The boat is where I live, it is my house do basic living activities. If I am out on the water I am sailing, Fishing as a source of food is no longer feasible, equipment, fees, taxes and more fees makes fishing as a food source to expensive and I find sailing more entertaining.
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Erm... I race... 99% of the time if I'm on the water I'm racing (twice a week min). If I get time I'll go out for a pleasure sail.
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He also forgot:
Getting drunk on rum and falling off the boat.
Ooops. That's a power boater's favorite pass time. Upstanding and moral sailors would never do such a thing.
Never mind...
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Hey, Gary - we consume our fair share (some might say MORE than our fair share) of good local rum, but we never fall off the boat. Let's ear it for adequate life lines!!!!
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Located Southern Caribbean
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Cruise using engine???? What kind of immoral jerks do they take us for?
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I bought a boat with an auto helm.....now let's see.....what might I be doing while that is on?
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I have to second Cam on this one. PEACE
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Sail. The reason why I bought a sail boat.
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