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Re: Liveaboard in The Okanagan
I lived for many years in the Kootenay valley (Cranbrook), so my winter experiences are a couple of valleys removed from the Okanagan. It is warmer there, but it's still going to be a mountain winter. The water might stay open, but I bet that's due to wind action more than warmth. People do over-winter in southern Ontario, but that's the same latitude as Northern California. The Okanagan is much further north.
I could be wrong, but I can't see wintering on board as anything more than an extreme activity. Go to Environment Canada website and pull up the historic weather data. That might tell you if it's feasible.
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