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Old 07-04-2020, 12:20 PM   #2
Comodave
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Welcome aboard. Personally I would not try to live aboard on a 30í boat. I think it is too small, but that is just my opinion. My wife says I always need a bigger boat, and she is correct. What oart of the country are you looking to live in? Have you researched a slip for live aboard? Lots of things to look into. What is your boating background? Some insurance companies may require some formal training. A lot of insurance companies do not write live aboard insurance. Good luck with your dream.
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