Archive for the Living Aboard Websites Category

The Liveaboard Report

Review of The Liveaboard Report: A Boat Dweller’s Guide to What Works and What Doesn’t by Charlie Wing | Boating, Fishing, and Camping in California on the Ocean, Bay, Delta, Lakes, and Rivers Review of The Liveaboard Report: A Boat Dweller’s Guide to What Works and What

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The Clean Boating Act of 2008

Press Release: Recreational Boating Industry Applauds Introduction of the Clean Boating Act of 2008

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The True Badge of a Liveaboard Boater

Adventures with Meps ‘n’ Barry » The true badge of a liveaboard boater

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Remodeling! A Great Job!

Check out: The Excellent Adventure » Remodelling the Boys’ Berth This really shows what is aesthetically possible on the interior of a boat. Powered by ScribeFire.

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Here’s the Article!!!

Very Exciting!

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Cruising World Article – Taking a Leap of Faith

Cruising World – Taking a Leap of Faith – Excerpt from another terrific article. July 18, 2007 By Lynne Walsh We instantly fell in love with the romantic idea of living aboard a boat and sailing off into the sunset. No beachfront purchase would be necessary; we’d

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Canada East Online on Modern Day Liveaboards

Check out this great article from Canada East Online! Modern day sailors relish adventure of everyday life aboard their boats TOBI COHEN Published Saturday July 14th, 2007 TORONTO (CP) – Although they pay $800 each month to live at the water’s edge, their home costs are a

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Home is Where the Wind Goes

Here is another terrific article on living aboard, from a couple who lives aboard year round. Home is where the Wind Goes “Who needs terra firma? Couple loves life aboard 34-foot sailboat, even in shrink-wrapped winter” – For Canada Day, Norman Finlay and his wife, Cheryl Hughes,

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The Liveaboard Bum

EJ and Florrie’s website, The Casual Sailor made me laugh. Here’s an excerpt. He’s got a point! The Liveaboard Department 2. Something of a “bum” mentality. The relaxed lifestyle of the layabout starts to become appealing when you live aboard. After a while, it doesn’t get to

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