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View Poll Results: Which of the following activities do you usually do while on the water?
Entertain friends 244 64.38%
Cook/grill 228 60.16%
Cruise using engine 128 33.77%
Swimming/diving off boat 201 53.03%
Fishing 128 33.77%
Play games/cards 105 27.70%
Listen to music 266 70.18%
Watch videos/cds 82 21.64%
Read books 254 67.02%
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How about

A little offshore drilling? Sorta what Cam was referring to

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I wonder how many yachts have ended up on reefs because the skipper has gone below to do a spot of offshore drilling....
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While under sail, our very most favorite thing to do is just sit in the cockpit and enjoy the day. While powering? It disturbs the wah and we tend to do some work.
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Fishing and tanning !
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I haven't read all of the posts, but the pole seems to be missing "None of the above"
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i do all tha stuff, i live on the water.
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Cast off, Sail, moor. Repeat as necessary.
Oh, yeah, fix stuff unexpectedly.
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I rented a cottage with an attached woodshop and machine shop for four months so I could move off the boat and refit her. I would have to say the main activity while on the water is while tied up to the dock and it is rebuilding my boat.
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How about nap?

That or play pirates with my 4-year-old!
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