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Re: Cruising and career
Ad MedSailor states, it is pretty easy to make a gap in your resume disappear if you desire. Do some volunteer work, do some part-time consulting, do a part-time contract. You can stay involved and up-to-date in your career in many ways besides a conventional 40 hour for salary workweek.
After my last sabbatical, I seriously blundered in my first interview. Questions that with no gap I never would have missed I was stumped on. It was extremely embarrassing. In the future I will for sure keep a toe in the water while on sabbatical.
That said, remote working full time while cruising would take 90% of the fun out of cruising for me. I would much rather sit at a marina in [insert favorite paradise here] with a reliable internet connection than I would try to cruise while tele-commuting. I would find the later way to stressful. That may change when we get reliable, affordable, high-speed, global internet.
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