Originally Posted by Kenomac
So what you're saying... is that we should move back ashore and not live aboard for most of the year like we're presently doing?
We find our Oyster very comfortable for extended cruising
as do many hundreds of other owners, like the fifty or more Oyster owners who are currently on a circumnavigation
Again, no, I did not say that. When you quote me, you should not edit that text or take parts
out of their context.
Also circumnavigating is very different than live aboard cruising. I bet most of those 50 Oysters are in the ARC
World Rally, all together port hopping with teams of organizers who prep the way and clean up after them, and upon finishing, every crew member
goes back home to the house they own to cross "circumnavigating the world" off the bucket list.
It's just fine, but different. Of course I have seen Oyster with live aboard cruisers. I have also seen many Beneteaus, Hanse's, Swans etc. with live aboard cruisers. But that doesn't make their boats designed for it either, as they are designed for chartering or racing