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Old 19-06-2016, 04:22   #16
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Re: How to rent someone's boat to live in

Originally Posted by grantmc View Post
It would be great if there were something like Couch Surf or Woofers or even AirBnb available for boats. If anyone wants to stay in Wellington, NZ, for short periods, you’re welcome to stay on my boat. It's moored right in the CBD. Just PM me.
You can sometimes find them on airbnb but I'm betting most are flying under the radar hoping they don't get caught.

Best bet would be to find a cheap boat but I'm guessing even that is below what the OP has budgeted.

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