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I spent the first three years of my life onboard my parents' 39'er in the South Pacific and SE Asia. This was back in the good ol' days of cruising when men were real men, GPS was science fiction, and you only had two choices for an anchor. I seemed to survive other than apparently nearly buying it c/o malaria.
My parents will and do readily recommend raising babies and young children onboard. It sounds like you're on top of the health thing. Teach the little tyke to swim before s/he can walk and you'll be in business.
Wow what a great introduction to the world IMHO.
Now let me try and guess what anchor you would recommend as being proven best for encouraging infants to sleep soundly while at anchor
'Life is either a daring adventure or nothing' - Helen Keller
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