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Re: The low-down on Lake Michigan

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Originally Posted by Ed Kinney View Post
Dearest Sailheads,

I'm thinking of moving my 35 foot sailboat to the Great Lakes area and a couple of obvious questions occur:

Do ya'll leave your boats in the water year round? Will getting froze into the ice damage a fiberglass boat?

What's the live aboard situation there? Do-able or verboten?

Yep. That's right. I'm a newcomer to the Great Lakes AND to operating in freshwater. So I'd be open to any and all thoughts on the matter, not necessarily directly related to these two questions.

Cheers!

Ed

You need at the very least a bubbler
How do you intend on dealing with your human waste?
Water?
Heat?


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