Well, we took that with a grain of salt. (Very unCatholic like) and prepared to venture out thinking that somebody among us would know how to sail a pontoon boat. Right? I mean, how hard can it be?
So we all cannon balled into the water. It looked like a reinactment of Pearl Harbor.
It was then that we realized the real reason the guy warned us not to go swimming off of the boat.
You know, the decks of those things are incredibly high and the pontoony things are REALLY slippery.
We had a staff meeting in the water trying to come with a plan to get on to the boat. We might just hold on till we drift into shore and then climb on. Or wait for a (lower to the water) passing boat. We were really running out of options. Finally one of the guys muscled his way up climbing the anchor rope. We all then were able to be hoisted up and we made it back to shore just fine.
Next year: ZIP LINING!