The jockeys on the Blue Marlin are quite 'grippable' with your legs if things get a bit wobbly - but this generally only happens when I don't have any paying ballast on board, and I forget.
The nearest I've got to being thrown out was when I judged it was too rough for paying punters, but thought I'd go out for a play anyway
and played chicken with the ALB. Everyone was waving at everyone else (in a pleasant stylee), until I hit it's wake, which was like a brick wall, and it launched us straight up into the air.
My bilge alarm seemed to go off for quite some time (it tends to do that when weightless), I then held on to the steering wheel and throttle very tightly, and was then re-introduced to the padding of my seat rather rapidly.
I'm glad I was standing.
Anyway - I'm still walking, still singing at the same octave (I think), and am now staying away from the ALB when playing out...
'It's not only the leaves that are brown...'