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post #18 of Old 09-25-2012
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Re: Thinking about living aboard

Originally Posted by MobiusALilBitTwisted View Post
Start with Local and State Laws about living aboard, then Find a Marina with a open Live Aboard spot. Now start working the math, cost to keep her on the dock, Power and or water, storage for all your "STUFF", list all the gear you have too get to live on the boat don't for get insurance, I am missing a lot, others will fill in most of what i missed.

might not save you a dime in the End.........
Yes, really depends on the area, but you are on the water, and that is what maters. In Ohio, lived on a house boat (cost $5000) and it was more than an inexpensive apartment, but a lot more fun! In New York I think it is cheaper than even the cheapest apartment, but harder to find places to do it.
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