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Old 11-12-2017, 11:00 AM   #1
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Buying our boat, and here comes the hurricanes!

Hello fellow boaters! I joined the forum years ago, and we just now bought our trawler. Here's our adventure of buying our boat during hurricane season, and how we handled not 1, but 4 hurricanes, during our buying process. Follow along if you'd like. We could use all the advice and support we can get.

We Bought a Liveaboard Boat. But how'd we get here? (Post 1 of 6)

My first blog post, explaining how we came about buying the boat. It's long and broken down into 6 different blog posts. Hopefully, you'll find it as entertaining as we did.

Looking forward to meeting others out on the water and reading more on these forums.

Nan

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Old 11-12-2017, 01:35 PM   #2
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Old 11-12-2017, 04:49 PM   #3
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Well, you have an interesting but disjointed story. It seems it is missing posts 4 and 5 and maybe 2. The transition from the Viking to the Heritage East is all a mystery.

Perhaps you could post an index here on TF with links to each of the 6 individual posts.

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Old 11-12-2017, 08:11 PM   #4
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I like reading cruising blogs. I've read many and will read many more. When I start a blog, I like to drill down to the first post, and when I'm done with that, select an easy-to-find link to the next post. Yours doesn't have that next link, but it should.
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:03 AM   #5
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Sorry about the archive link or post listing. It's supposed to be listed but it's not pulling in all the info. Here are the other links as I'm working on it.

We Bought a Liveaboard Boat. But how'd we get here? (Post 1 of 6)

We Bought A Liveaboard Boat. How'd we get here? (Post 2 of 6)

We Bought A Liveaboard Boat. How'd we get here? (Post 3 of 6)

We Bought a Liveaboard Boat - How'd we get here? (Post 4 of 6)

We Bought A Liveaboard Boat -- How'd We Get Here? (Post 5 of 6)

We Bought a Liveaboard Boat - How'd We Get Here? (Post 6 of 6)

Living In A Boatyard - Our First Two Weeks On Our Liveaboard

More Info About The Boatyard......And Living In One

And a couple of posts about living in a boatyard while we get some work done on her.
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