We're currently back in California
before heading back to the boat in Guaymas come October. Unsurprisingly, we still haven't figured out what we're doing or where we're going when we get back.
We've spent the last year on the west coast
of the US/Mexico and Sea of Cortez
, originally planning on making it through the canal and being in the Atlantic by now. We quickly adapted to the slow life and didn't make it out of La Paz
in time to safely make it out of the hurricane
zone so we lounged in the Sea of Cortez
for a bit before putting the boat on the hard
We'll be heading back to the boat the end of October and have up to a year + to make the most of our life at sea. Keep in mind we're likely to sell the boat at the end and resume a less functional life.
Stay in the Sea of Cortez for the winter, maybe part of the summer, before heading back up the west coast
of the US. Eventually find ourselves in a port somewhere, decide we're "good" (for now) and move on.
Make some wicked good time down to Panama
(I figure we'll make it in about two months, weather
pending) and hangout in the Atlantic for about a year, landing eventually somewhere on the east coast
, decide we're good (for now) and move on.
-Hurricanes/weather in the Atlantic (we're quite used to the calm, squalless weather
-If it's better to try and sell somewhere on the west coast or somewhere between Florida
-Being able to decide that we're "good" (for now)
I'm hoping a little input from the forum will help sway a decision. Keep in mind we're in our mid-20's and don't have the cushion of a real retirement
is a factor to consider.