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Old 12-26-2011
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What sort of boat are you planning on (do you have one now?)
I was thinking of a 30' to 35' older boat. I've looked online and there are tons of them out there for less than $50K. I want functional over fancy. For example, I'd be happy with mostly just a head, galley, and hammock inside.

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Around here the costs alone to join a 'Royal' club at near-retirement age will buy you a pretty decent boat...
A 3-month Introductory Membership is around $750. The courses aren't all that expensive.

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Is this a solo liveaboard situation?
Yes.

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Does your club/or other available moorage locations sanction liveaboards?
I'd leave this area when the time came. I was thinking of spending my time between Montreal and the Maritimes to begin with, and heading to the Caribbean and further afield, eventually.

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Budget will have a big bearing on how successful this plan is..
I have some flexibility -- I could wait a bit longer to retire if the numbers don't look good enough. My plan is to go at 62, but I could go at 65.

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best of luck with it!

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