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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-14-2014 02:38 PM
norahs arc
Re: Approximately how many days a year are you on your boat?

We have a 4 - 6 month sailing season here (Saint John nb ca) and when the boat goes in the water home becomes a place to do laundry and collect mail until the boat gets hauled. I have never counted the days but I enjoyed every one. A bad day on the water beats a great day ashore.
11-14-2014 01:47 PM
Re: Approximately how many days a year are you on your boat?

My employer flexible with how I use my vacation, so any days the wind is up and it's not raining I leave work at noon and make it to the boat with food, drink, ice and guests by one o'clock.
I like it
09-25-2010 11:29 PM
Originally Posted by genoa View Post
20 days top... can't afford longer stay...
365 days min.......I can't afford less of a stay....even the cheapest "room to rent" is more expensive the living on the boat. Boat is out for the winter and I am still on board, just doesn't move right.
09-25-2010 04:22 AM
genoa 20 days top... can't afford longer stay...
09-09-2010 02:12 PM
ovive Not nearly enough
09-09-2010 01:18 PM
aventius Where's the option for not enough?
07-23-2010 03:14 AM
zeehag i am on board 365 days per year since 1990. only time i leave my boat for any length of time is to sail in opb.
07-07-2010 06:03 AM
St Anna all day, every day, except when snorkling, or beachcoming!!!
06-18-2010 01:39 PM
Michigan Weather Keeps me Away

Less then 6 months in the water and still manage about 60 days a year.
05-22-2010 08:25 AM
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