Hi Oceanaire we sure do miss you, & (to everyone that has negative comments),
Let us just say yes they sail and they sail more than most people that call themselves liveaboards. She is a well loved home that travels. We have been fortunate enough to sail with them and enjoy dinner in their home while they came for breakfast on ours. We have known them for almost 3 years now. They take care of their home "boat" as most people would take care of your land home...one person mows weekly and weeds the garden; they take a soft cloth and wipe the interior down. While you prune your trees and bushes; they clean the decks. While you fix the car engine; they tweek their batteries. You put in about 10 hrs a week cleaning and caring for your land home and then so many hrs. caring for your boat.
They spend the 10 hrs a week caring for their home and then it is sailing, enjoying friendships, helping out other sailors and enjoying life...isn't that what cruising is all about.
See you in May
Hans Christian 33T Hull #80
...it's all about the warm and fuzzy feeling you get on your boat.
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