Re: Interested in liveaboard vessels. Advice?
Whatever you choose, it must be quick and simple to rig to go sailing
otherwise you will just hang around the marina.
Stowage is important - if you are living aboard you will accumulate clutter and need to be able to get it out of the way quickly and secured so it does not go crashing around.
Easy handling under power, and not too much windage in the way of high topsides and other general clutter like excessively big solar arrays - so you can get in and out of your dock solo.
For one person a good 30 foot seaboat is a better proposition than a floating trailer home.