Always a problem, what to do with a drunken sailor. In honor of my mom who used to try and figure out what to do with me. "Sling him along in a boat" refers to old wooden ship days to lower the shore boat into the water, tie a line to the bow and then let out a long line pulling the small boat behind the ship while sailing away. The little boat bobs on top of the waves giving the occupant cause to loose all stomach contents. "Give him a dose of salt and water" does not refer to medicine, it is throwing the man overboard. "Shave his belly with a rusty razor", Ouch, Owweee, Ouch, and I mean that would hurt for a few days.