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Old 01-18-2014, 11:56 AM   #21
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Living Aboard in San Diego

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Randall B, Good question. I hadn't even thought about that being a major consideration. San Diego is home. Relatives in Seattle. Sister in St. Mary's County, MD. Definitely not close together, but there are waterways from all to all! I'd be basing out of San Diego (or Ensenada).
Hello, you mentioned that San Diego is home. We split our time between Riverside and San Diego and have lived aboard (part time) for five years on Harbor Island. We just returned to boating after being away for a few years. There is a lot more than just finding the right boat to enjoy this great life style. We have written a few articles, a small book and presented seminars at Trawler Fests about living aboard and enjoy sharing our experiences (good and bad). If you would like to discuss in detail please feel free to contact us at

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Old 01-20-2014, 08:27 PM   #22
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