The Grossest Boating Experience

Ok you lot, reading all those choice 'projectile' comments back to Taylor Marc on wanting to go out for a Sambo, prompted me to start this thread (plus I'm bored :)) - so here's my 'gross out' story:

Many years ago, I was with the family, heading over to Rotto on the Ferry - it was when the ferry's where pretty basic and open, and very affected by sea. (Islander 1 I think it was)

It was a pretty rough crossing - so most of us where down in the hold, sitting on long seat benches, like a load of cattle. People were throwing up and the amount became a swill washing backwards and forwards across the floor.

Up until that time, I had never been sick on a boat, but the smell was getting to me, so I went topside to get a few lung fulls  of fresh air.

With a stiff southerly blowing from port to starboard side, quiet a few went up to escape the stench down below. So intermittently, over the PA came the announcement - 'if you are going up on deck to be sick - please go to the leeward side of the boat (with the wind behind you)'.

Since I wasn't sick - I went on the windward (port) side of the boat to  take advantage of some deep fresh lung fulls of air.

As I was about to take my second deep, cleansing breath - some stoopid blond bimbo, who had been drinking tomatoe juice, ran to the gunnels beside me and projectile vomited.

You guessed it! I swalled HER vomit and had  a lovelly taste of  second hand tomatoe juice,  her stomach bile and a combination of other nasties!

EEEEEEEWWWWWW!!!!

I was immediately sick as she took one quick look, uttered a quick apology, and ran off.

A burser came up and started abusing ME for soing the wrong thing.

Not Nice!!

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The afterglow

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:40

Haha, nothing like tasting someone else's afterglow.

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bad timing

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:40

Reading this while having lunch.
Now I want to vomit.
EEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWW.

Any day fishing is a great day !!

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Sorry Paul

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:44

Sorry Paul - your fault for having such a late lunch - I did wait.

Once is too many John  


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lol colin, your meant mean

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:45

lol colin, your meant  to get them to swallow not you

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Hahahah

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:46

Hahahah Mako - believe me mate, that wasn't the day for it.

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Hahahaaha!!! Thats a

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:50

Hahahaaha!!!

Thats a classic!!!!

Shoulda given her the pimp hand!

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Chokito's

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:53

Reminds me of that old classic - 'Caddy Shack'.

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Same here

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:55

If she'd hung around Tailor Marc I reckon I would have thown her over the gunnels!



Yeah, those old flat bottomed Islanders were a pig on a rough day. Not the sleek craft they have today.



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Chokito's

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:58

Some service stations still sell them in their Bain Marees (sp).


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But Colin you didnt tell us

Thu, 2007-12-13 12:58

But Colin you didnt tell us if the blond was hot or not





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Luke warm

Thu, 2007-12-13 13:00

I'd say she probably tasted luke warm Andrew.

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LMAO

Thu, 2007-12-13 13:03

LMAO Andrew - to quote the immortal John MCANROE:

'ARE YOU SERIOUS?'


My eyeballs were to busy impersonating snail stalks to notice.


BUT SHE HAD A  VERY BAD DIET!

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very funny,thanks for

Thu, 2007-12-13 13:48

very funny,thanks for telling us,
cheers ray

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My Pleasure

Thu, 2007-12-13 14:01

No problem and my pleasure Ray - glad you enjoyed it :)

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"heading over to Rotto on

Thu, 2007-12-13 14:16

"heading over to Rotto on the Ferry"
"stiff southerly blowing from starboard to port side"
"I went on the windward (starboard) side"


Whats my prize for picking the error?  Otherwise back to RST school for you Dreamy!

Grossest I've had on my tub is a fellow diver not making it up in time to get out of his wetsuit for number twos.  Thankfully for us we were still diving and the majority of the wetsuit cleaning duties had been completed upon our surfacing.  First comment was....'what the hell is that smell...and why is ya wetsuit hanging off the back of the boat'....Well hmmm, its like this......

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Whoops ! LOL

Thu, 2007-12-13 14:35

That's a shoka Pete.

Relax Pete LOL I DO well know the diiference between strarboard and port -  - but, and well done for spotting the deliberate error (cough, cough) :) , I was of course on the PORT side - not the STARBOARD 

Mine was a typo error (no doubt caused by confusion of being away from the West Coast and Old Age dimming the memory - except for the taste of that tomatoe juice ) - the others can resit their RST :).

You get an exemption Pete


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going to rotto with wind

Thu, 2007-12-13 15:10

going to rotto with wind blowing from starboard to the port side would be a northerly wind .or am i loosing it


always in it just the depth that varies

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No - you're OK Mitch :)

Thu, 2007-12-13 15:24

It's OK Mitch, put the panadol away - you are correct :). As I said in my reply back to Pete, my absence from the west coast and fading memory of an old story resulted in the typo.

I can see me doing a diagram shortly LOL.

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i think that was Petes'

Thu, 2007-12-13 15:25

i think that was Petes' point Mitch....

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Oh my goodness

Thu, 2007-12-13 15:32

Oh my goodness you lot - there ya go - it's edited - happy now.

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Still waiting for my

Fri, 2007-12-14 08:01

Still waiting for my prize

Time to update that avatar to Dan...I think we can see less of you with the new PB

Cheers Pete

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Oh Gawd

Fri, 2007-12-14 08:24

Oh Gawd, the dogs are still gknawing at the bone

OK Pete - a prize, let me see.......I'm not working, so can't afford any $'s - alright, if you come down this way, and there's a good weekend day - I'll take you out fishing

Oh - and I'll make sure the gunnels are labelled

Comeone folks - gotta be more stories out there?


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OK here is a story for

Fri, 2007-12-14 11:43

OK here is a story for you.
A long time ago a vessel, that shall remain nameless, was purchased by the education department as a sail trainer for students.
This vessel was fitted with a 1000 liter sullage tank that would pump out thru a macerater and discharge over the side. At the time this still allowed and places like Rottos Thompson bay was awash with turds at peak times.
This story would involve this boat anchored in a bay with a load of kids swimming and frolicking alongside the boat. A rubber duck full of kids was there to. One flush too many and the high level switch activated and woosh.
A duckie full of poop and heaps of kids trying to out swim the rising brown tide.
I dont think anyone in the water or on the deck managed to keep their lunch down.

This was the story told to me as I was rewiring the pump from auto discharge to manual only.
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Oh Lovely!

Fri, 2007-12-14 11:51

Oh Lovely NOHA - great disfunctional combination!

Guess that rewiring happend just a little bit too late!

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