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What''''s neede on our new boat?

This is sort of the same question that''s in "provisioning" but different. What type, size, make, model, brand, kind, etc, of things make living aboard comfortable? My wife and I plan to start cruising full time in summer 2004. The questions have come up concerning bedding, cleaning supplies, linnens(size, how many), toiletries, 1st aid, kitchen- well you get the picture. We are new to this and trying to be well prepared as two ''kids'' can be. Some things by nature probably work better than others. If you have any ideas I would be most happy to read and heed them. Thanks for the help, it''s scary stuff sometimes. Dave
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What''''s neede on our new boat?

the answer to your question somewhat depends on where you are cruising, the number of crew, and the boat size.
please advise,
eric
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What''''s neede on our new boat?

Eric, Size 34-36ft. Just my wife and I. And tropical/Carib/warm weather. Will be living/cruising full-time, working along the way. THanks. Dave
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Make sure that you have a berth that is comfortable and remains dry. Sleep is very important on a vessel because it is a major safety factor. The quality level of sleep you get directly relates to your ability to think clearly and make the right decisions under pressure. We have been using the Froli Sleep System (frolisleepsystem.com) on our boat for the last three years with remarkable results. The system is vary competitive in price with any innerspring mattress available for boats on the market today. You can also go to NickleAtlantic.com for additional information. Best of luck on your new boat.
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