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DO YOU LIVE ON YOUR SAILBOAT?

HAVE YOU BEEN CRUISING FULL-TIME FOR AT LEAST ONE YEAR?

DO YOU SPEND TIME IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO IN THE NEXT FEW MONTHS?

I’m a sailor who lived aboard my 27 Catalina with my partner for one summer, but now we are back on land for school. I’m currently a graduate student in anthropology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and my thesis research is about experiences of sleep, sleeplessness, and wakefulness among cruisers.
I was hoping I could glean some wisdom from you! If you’re interested in the project, let me know and I will send you more information.

Fair winds!
Marion Lougheed

P.S. You can see my university profile here: Current Students - Department of Sociology and Anthropology at SFU
 

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Sure would be happy to help I live on my 24 ft islander Bahama currently moored in Sinclair inlet
 

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I sailed away from the PNW 16 years ago, not "Sleepless in Seattle" any more.
 

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Lack of sleep is one of the reasons solo is a bad idea.
 
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