I’ve received a couple of cool comments lately and don’t want them to get lost in the posts. I love hearing from everyone out there, especially when you’ve been inspired or encouraged to take the plunge. Feel free to comment or contact me with whatever comments or questions you might have.

Reading your site has really firmed up our resolve to live aboard. We’re in Tennessee on The River, but we’re looking at buying a 38-to-41 footer and moving to the Gulf coast. So thanks for taking the time to do this, and we’ll be opening our own blog once we get the deed done. Gotta sell a house and all that first.

Our biggest concern is…not knowing how to sail! But I’m sure we can learn from the other live-aboards around us. We’re eager to get good at it, Katie will cook for anyone and everyone, and I can fix stuff, mechanical and electrical.

Cheers and thanks again!


I’ve been reading your blog for a while and it has some excellent info and I always manage to spend an hour reading it every time I drop by here. It also inspired me to go through with living aboard.
I am about to become a resident at the Port Credit Harbor Marina. I am bringing my new (first) boat there this weekend. Could you give me some info on how you get internet service. I am a web designer so this is a priority. I have heard that there is wifi service available but have not been able to track the company down.

Thanks for the good read,

"Living on a Boat – Comments" by was published on September 14th, 2008 and is listed in Boat Life, Marina, Questions.

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Comments on "Living on a Boat – Comments": 3 Comments

  1. JC McDowell wrote,

    Nice website. My wife, our little 15 mo old girl and I live aboard our boat and I enjoyed reading your posts. Good Job.

  2. patrick wrote,

    I just spent my whole lunch break reading about you guys..Opened up my eyes to a different future!!! thanks -Patrick

  3. strathy wrote,

    Thanks Patrick – glad you enjoyed it!

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