Boate Man
for a line of three numbered couples.
Reconstructed by common consensus and Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: Country Capers by the New York Renaissance Band.
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1&2: Lead up a double, fall back a double.  Face your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, left.  Face forward again.
Verse 1, Part B
1&2: Lead up a double, fall back a double.  Face your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, right.
Chorus 1, Part A
1-4: The second couple split - the second man heys with the first couple while the second woman heys with the third couple.  (Playford's call for "turn your own" at the end doesn't seem entirely possible with the music.)
Chorus 1, Part B
1-4: The second couple heys with the opposite ends of the set (man down, woman up).
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1&2: Side left with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, left.
Verse 2, Part B
1&2: Side right with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, right.
Chorus 2, Part A
1&2: Second man take hands in a circle with the first couple, second woman the same with the third couple, go half way around in two doubles (the second couple should end up on opposite sides of the set).
3&4: Turn your partner all the way around.
Chorus 2, Part B
1&2: Circle on the other ends (man down, woman up), returning to proper places.
3&4: Turn your partner all the way around.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1&2: Arm left with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, left.
Verse 3, Part B
1&2: Arm right with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, right.
Chorus 3, Part A
1&2: Woman's "boat":  Second woman take hands in a circle with man one and man three, go all the way around.
3&4: Second couple only turn your partner.
Chorus 3, Part B
1&2: Man's "boat": Second man takes hands in a circle with woman one and woman three, go all the way around.
3&4: Second couple only turn your partner.