That was a great book! I enjoyed Spice Necklace too, after they went back out. Not sure if I got the title right.
I had a seven year plan that turned into six (a year went by). I'm impatient. It's an indefinite cruising plan too so we have retirement
funds to consider as well and it is early retirement
44 (especially the 'i') and Leopard 46
! I love the Antares
44 even without the i, but we'd have to work much longer. Much much longer. $800,000.00 give or take - new. Around $600 K for new to me.
More like a Leopard
38 for us. Much more realistic.
And I hear you about the chartering! I should have married a stinkin rich guy.
Quote: "I think I’m going to feel like I’m in purgatory while we are paying things down until we buy the boat."
How can you buy an Antares 44i and be in debt now? Sincere question.
I need to know your secret!... We've got no debt, not even a mortgage. And we have a family income
in excess of $170,000 per year. We're saving for a boat and early retirement at age 46/47. Our current
net worth is $512,000 including the house but not including our pension plans. My husband will have a military pension at age 47 that we are going to(try to) live off while sailing so the rest our retirement funds can grow some more to make up for the early retirement. We're keeping the house (well that was the latest decision). We're not going to finance our boat and have six years left to come up with the money
. Am I way too conservative?