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post #8 of Old 12-30-2008
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Yes, I agree with all of you. Living aboard a boat is a state of mind. No better place in the world to live in the summers but wow then you have winters as well. Although I was living on my boat in Dana Point California and the winters are not that severe, it still gets pretty wet and cool outside. I was fortunate enough to live aboard for over 2 years and won't change that part of my life for anything. I have stated in other posts here also that my future wife has decided to live aboard so lucky me here we go again. For me the only boat I really am interested in is the Catalina 36, but she can talk me into a larger one if she would like. But Reid, no matter what boat you have, give it a try.
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