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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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nap & have great sex ! where was that ?
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how about "futz with sail trim"
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Futz work for me
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Mostly sail, only motor if necessary, lunch, no time to grill yet, enjoy the great outdoors, avoid motor boats with kids on tubes who aren't paying attention to me. (so much for lesser powered boat gets right away, greater powered brain keeps them safe! Dang.)
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All of the above bar the best one, so far anyway
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as i am always on the water, i presume you mean while under sail....
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Since our boat is only a 22 footer, there is no space for things we do when at home. Mostly we SAIL when on our boat, bring friends, enjoy a quiet time with a book...

You did forget to include "maintenance" - I do enjoy a certain amount of that activity...
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I use my boat as a way to get to remote wild spots to hike,fish, climb mountains etc on the BC/SE Alaska coast.

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That exclusion of sailing (without the engine) while cruising must be some trick

Well, that's what I do most of the time and when I stop in a nice place is for swimming, cooking, eating and sleeping. We like the sounds of silence and nature and only listen music in the marina. All of us read and sunbath while sailing.
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Wow suprised by results I often use my engine to keep up the pace when the wind drops off or to top up the batteries.
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