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04-30-2002 06:00 AM
bobneidhardt
books on living aboard

Try "All in the Same Boat" by Tom Neale. It''s great and covers many topics.

Bob N
04-27-2002 10:10 AM
SailorMitch
books on living aboard

Gently with the Tides, edited by Michael L. Frankel. Published by International Marine, Camden, ME. It''s a compilation of some of the best articles from the Living Aboard Journal. There''s also an online liveaboard magazine I''ll track down and post here -- if it''s still around. It was for sale last I knew of.
04-26-2002 08:51 PM
ahoajo
books on living aboard

any suggestions on readings for liveaboards? such as books that demistify or deromanticize living aboard, or practical books that can details unforeseen logistics? choosing the boat for such an endeavor? on a shoe-string? any books that do all these well? thanks ahead of time for any input!

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