Didn't hear from any one running day charters, or sunset cruises on their smaller sailboats that they also live on. I am thinking about morning coffee croissant cruises around the SD bay by motor
and afternoon and sunsets sail cruises. Work it with one boat to start, probably Catalina
36's, and then acquire another to actually live on after the first becomes busy making more than living expenses. Hopefully end up with four money
makers and one nice one to call home. Channel Island cruises for up to a week out of Ventura area maybe. I know we are in a down economy, but people still want to get out on the water
. Those that once aspired to own their own boat now may very well be content to a couple sails
a year on a chartered Catalina 36
with friendly and knowledgeble capt. Most of my friends are sure that I will end up broke and starving living on the anchor
somewhere, so be it. Healthy, happy, out of the rat race
and away from the madness.
"The biggest failure is the failure to fail", Albert Einstein I believe, or something to that effect.
Call me willing to fail, because it doesn't look like any passive income
in the near furure for me and probably be unemployed soon. Gonna spend most all of my money
on a boat, ain't much, and take life as I find it.
, seaweed soup and vitamin C. Maybe a little left over for rum
. Thin, healthy and free. Or so the dream goes. Will face reality as I find it.
Soon to be on water again, even if it takes my last dollar.