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All I can think is, poor kid. Divorced parents is tough enough, and now he needs a lawyer and a psychologist? At least he gets to spend half his time on a boat!
I'm with hellosailor. Boats provide more opportunities for practical education than just about anything else you can do.
As for experience, don't have much of my own. However, this is one of my favorite blogs: two parents with two kids, one just a few months old, somewhere in the Chesapeake: Zach Aboard
. They seem to live pretty comfortably, and the author tells boat-related and non-boat-related stories. Every couple of weeks I send my wife the link in the hopes that she will see the light
s/v Laelia - 1978 Pearson 365 ketch
s/v Essorant - 1972 Catalina 27