Well I have to admitt, pretty good reading.. kept in stiches for some time. I am trying to think of what tightens my jaw when boating.. I guess if I had not caught the guy with the cooler on he deck, I would go balistic. I usually look for that kind of problem to head it off.. One time a group of guys went boating and one boat was over loaded. I ended up being a nice guy. Well the styrofoam cooler didnt last and I learned a lesson.
I put a towel on the seat and make people step on it so I can see the dirt. I ask them to clean their shoes and IF I get any flack.. I tell them I clean the boat, I should be the only one to dirty it!! Kick the sh** off your shoes and step on the towel.
I laugh when people want to drive, unless she is new to boating and wants the special drivers training course.. that can be arranged.
Smoking is allowed only on the swim deck, hold on just in case I have an urge to lean on that throttle!!
Pee off the swim platform?, only the ladies, guys go in the drink. I do have two bathrooms on board, one the porta potty, the other is a hospital jug. One for the ladies to sit and the other is for the guys to hit! No standing shots.. up close and personal only. But then most of the people I take for a ride are considerate and understand that I still owe the bank more for my boat than they do on their house, so we do have fun..
I hate holding back on the throttles because some one almost died when they were a kid swimming in the pond at the golf course, but being considerate, I will. Next time I tell them this ride is to scratch an itch I have for going fast!! That usually keeps them on the dock..
I can see everyone's point of view, although I have come to the conclusion that most of it doesnt matter. Life is too short and enjoying it is what counts.
So lets go boating!! If your not nice.. you wont boat with me again!!