I'd point out that an ODay 23 is probably too small to be very self-sufficient in terms of water or electricity...and as such will have you running to a marina to fill the water tank or charge the batteries fairly often. The more self-sufficient a boat is, the lower the costs can be. Having a watermaker means you can often avoid buying water in remote areas. Having solar panels or a windgen often means you don't have to run the engine to re-charge the batteries or go to a marina to use shorepower to charge them.
Originally Posted by OceanSailor4
So..not counting eating out,or staying at an expensive marina, on a 23' o'day how much a month would that be i just wanna buy my boat and sail not worrying about prices,taxes,ect.Just live my life a nice and easy way.
Cost: 4,150 USD
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