Why do Boaters wave at Each other....

Discussion in 'Sea Ray Lifestyle & Cruising' started by Siboatguy, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. Simpsonn8908

    Simpsonn8908 Member

    68
    Dec 18, 2017
    1998 Sundancer 330
    7.4 MPIs V Drives
    It’s a boater thing.
     
  2. dvx216

    dvx216 Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Feb 1, 2012
    orrville,ohio
    2000 310 sundancer 5.7






















    n/a
    twin 5.7 300 Hp.
    So either on our motorcycle or the boat Ruth my wife will persistently wave at people until they wave back. She gets the biggest kick from the people that try not to notice her waving until they give in and wave back on our way out the channel out to the lake.
     
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  3. Bartlett Bob

    Bartlett Bob New Member

    25
    Oct 8, 2018
    1997 Sedan Bridge 400
    Cat 3116
    Just gives thanks that Lucas didn't make refrigerators. I've had MGs my whole life and had to become a pretty good 12 volt electrician thanks to Lucas but could have never made if the beer had been hot as well. My B is parked right behind the corvette and I wave at other vettes and MG drivers as well of course I don't see an MG on the road but about every other year
     
  4. MonacoMike

    MonacoMike Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Sep 15, 2009
    Indiana lakes and Lake Michigan
    2000 Cruisers 3870
    8.2 Mercs
    85 Sea Ray Monaco 197
    260hp Alpha 1
    Too funny, right there...

    MM
     
  5. Great Lakes

    Great Lakes Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    458
    Oct 11, 2016
    Lake St. Clair - Michigan (MacRay Harbor)
    2005 390 Sundancer
    GHS Platform
    Bow/Stern Thrusters
    8.1
    No wave but the universal sign of communication
     
  6. OllieC

    OllieC Active Member

    651
    Mar 11, 2013
    MinniSoCold
    2005 Weekender 215
    Mercruiser 5.0 mpi, Bravo III
    I've noticed in my area, boaters wave on Lake Superior & the Mississippi River, however on the St. Croix, it seems not so much. I still do on the St. Croix. It might be because during the Summer weekends on the St. Croix, it's can be extremely busy. You need your head to be on a swivel. Many idiot boaters on that river.
     

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