This happened to someone I know over the weekend.
After a great day on the water, you and your significant other are ready to pull the boat out of the water and call it a day. She has loaded the boat up in the past with little problems and a little practice never hurt. So you agree that you will get the truck and she will float and wait for you to back it in.
First, you forget your flip flops and have to walk a mile to the over flow parking on a not so smooth surface. Okay, you made it with minimal pain. Get the truck running and get in line. As you are sitting there about ten cars deep, you notice that there are two people on your boat. It looks like there is also a guy onboard floating about 100 yards offshore. You are sitting in line for maybe another ten minutes wondering what is going on out on the water.
You finally get backed in and here comes your boat steaming ahead towards the trailer with your girl at the wheel. The guy on board is standing in her line of sight so she is looking to the side of the helm to see and try to line up on the trailer. She comes in too fast, a little sideways and almost hits the boat next to you as you are telling her to take the thing out of gear and back up. While this is happening it takes about three guys on the boat next to you and all that you have in you to keep your boat from nailing theirs.
After the boat is harnessed and secured, the first thing you ask is “what the fuk are you doing on my boat?” and your girl says “he is helping me”…..
With out knowing what the situation is, other than what you just went through. What would you say to the guy?