How much can you make doing odd jobs around a marina or beach?
This is part of my research
and I'm curious. My dream is to sail up and down the east coast
, sticking close to the US and not staying in one place for long.
I was thinking about becoming a Marine
Technician. How often are they needed and how difficult would it be to get a job as one?
Is it absolutely necessary to go to college to find a job? (Not including being a Marine
Technician.) I understand that it probably is on land, but for the kind of lifestyle I'm talking about, is it. I don't want to have a ton of debt that I wouldn't be able to pay off, but all I've heard since I was little is that you have
to go to college to make money
, unless you want to be "flipping burgers" for a living, not that I'm too good to do that.
How much do repairs
usually cost for a sailboat and what needs to be done regularly?
What sort of computer jobs can you do at sea? I've heard that it's hard to get a good connection, unless you were at a marina.
My mom used to work in a sewing place that made bags, quilts, clothes, etc. and she offered to teach me how to sew. Is sewing up sails
and upholstery like sewing other stuff? I've heard that there is almost always work for someone who can repair sails
Thank you and I look forward to all answers.