Do not, under any circumstances, go to St. Maarten.
If you absolutely cannot avoid going to St. Maarten, do not leave the boat.
If you cannot avoid leaving the boat, only do so on a weekday, at lunch, in disguise, ideally as a nun, or stray dog. Barring that a chicken costume will have to do.
If you must venture into the open during hours other than these, do not, under any circumstances, drink.
If drinking is unavoidable (i.e.; due to a rare medical necessity such as having come off of a busy charter, or unexpected reunion/birthday/Friday) only drink in moderation.
If you cannot drink in moderation, tie yourself securely to a large friend, and inflate your lifejacket. Whatever you do, do not go over the hill.
If you go over the hill, close your eyes and don’t open them until you you hear someone say, “Welcome back to Isle Del Sol, what boat are you on, and where are your pants?”
If the answers to these questions are beyond your reach – or are very complicated – tell the security guard your favourite movie as an answer to both queries, and hope for the best (Gone With The Wind, or Basic Instinct could work – Titanic, or The Passion Of The Christ may require further explanation.
Once inside the marina, do not fall in the water while attempting to get back onboard your workplace/home.
If you fall in the water follow the steps below until assistance arrives.
Once your life has been saved and the mate has installed you in your bunk, forget everything that happened. This will be the easiest step.
Remain onboard, without going near any windows, portholes, friends, enemies, recording devices, or mirrors, until you depart.
When you next consider going to St. Maarten, return to Step 1.