The weather started fair, and held until the captain of the boat decided that the weather was looking a little threatening, so took us shoreward. We docked fine, of course, and then proceeded to assist the passengers off the boat and onto the dock, which was rocking and reeling more than the boat from the waves that the winds were kicking up. The waves abated mostly just as we were helping the last of the guests ashore.
We also managed to identify a potential new member to a chorus, but unfortunately he lives in Idaho, so the commute would be a little far for him to join our chorus. He'd be an asset for sure in one of the Idaho area chapters, though.
We wrapped up the evening by dropping in on a wedding reception (we didn't crash, we were invited as a surprise to the bride and groom) and singing three songs. It was a great evening and afternoon, and we had a blast performing for these people. We all agreed that this is what it's all about; bringing laughter and smiles to those who allow us to sing for them.