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re: Anyone ever rent out a cabin on their boat?
I've never understood the point of living aboard a boat, if it's never leaving the slip.
The OP may be the exception to the rule, but those boats often start looking overloaded and poorly maintained. Neighbors, both on land and in the water, start resenting those boats. Again the OP may be the exception.
But, if not, I would think it would be hard to find a roommate as well. Boats fill up with junk fast. Also, while it's been decades since I had a roommate, you can't help but get on each others nerves from time to time. In a few hundred crowded square feet, that would be amplified.
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