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Future liveaboard with 'new' boat

Hi all! Just bought a Islander 32 currently docked in Long Beach and plan to move into her next month! Freaking out? Nahhh! Way past the freaking out part and into the full panic mode . Never owned a boat this large before and those I did own were power boats! Sailing all my life tho. Really enjoy and appreciate this forum and all of you folks that share your wisdom and insight!
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Welcome to the forums.

Relax

Before you move aboard, reduce your possessions to no more than will fit in a backpack. It will make the transition to living on a boat so much easier.
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