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That's a bit strange but the truth is that is not the first time that I saw a boat with plants in pots. I wonder how they would sail with all that stuff

Maybe you can ask them?

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Paulo,

Some time back there was a SailNetter with, I think, a Nauticat who had a herb garden, maybe just basil and parsley, in the wheelhouse. I know the Wombet has her eye on the sheltered spot behind the windscreen of the Malo. Never gets wet in there and pretty easy to attach restraining straps for the pots.

I don't know, it all sounds a bit out there sailing hippy for my liking but fresh basil is perhaps reward enough ?

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ps - that would have been TrueBlue in the Nauticat.
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Be careful going through customs with your herb gardens on board!
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