Re: Downside of living aboard
Been living aboard since May 5th 2000.
My first advice to wannabe liveaboards is to buy as big a vessel as you can afford.
We have numerous liveaboards up here in the greater Boston area who live in 30 something footers, or less, and go through hell because in reality they are living in "day cruiser" which was never designed or inted to be a liveaboard, so it is like they are living in their car.
There are no, or limited, interior walls so they don't even have the natural insulation of that, therefore for the winter they wrap their day cruisers in plastic.
Sort of like when a bum wraps up in newspaper to get throught the night, but clearly not the right way to live.
Choose carefully and WISELY.