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Old 14-01-2013, 13:26   #16
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Re: Best boat to live upon?

I have see floating hot tubs.
They have a floatation collar to keep waves out, and because fresh water is heavier than salt. How is the water warmed?.....supposedly by the engine....diesel exhaust would put a crimp on the hot tub experience though.
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Old 24-01-2013, 09:36   #17
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How about one that FLOATS? LOL
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A boat one actually likes... have lived on a few... only liked a couple... the rest I tolerated..
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On a dock, a big trawler.
At anchor, a big cat.
Dock space for a big cat can be hard to come by.
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Re: Best boat to live upon?

I guess it depends if you are living aboard a boat that goes places (like serious passage making) or one that stays put
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