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Boat search right here, and yachtworld.com are two good sources for researching boats for sale. Some things to take into consideration are where you will be sailing and how often. Will you be cruising, or just living on the boat while working?

While two (or more) people can certainly live on a 28 to 30 foot boat, I think you'll soon find it's a bit cramped. Particularly, if you're just using it instead of a house. To my thinking, you would be better off looking in the 32 to 35 foot range.

The first thing you need to determine though, is how you'll realistically use the boat. Once you do that, you can more easily determine what boats to look at.

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