I would like to live an alternative lifestyle that may seem harsh to most that are used to the modern life and would like some opinions from liveaboarders.
The plan is to lead a minimilist lifestyle aboard a 20' sailboat. The boat will be used for sleeping on, catching fish
and getting from A to B. The rest of the time will be spent exploring coastal towns and cities as i travel up and down the coast of western australia
. I dont want to use gps
, onboard showers or any other creature comforts usually associated with liveaboard
boats. Very oldschool way of life.
I plan to live like this from spring to autumn then store the boat at my yacht club in winter while i work and save during the rains for the next 9 months of fishing
The boat i am looking at is here: Galleries
Are these just too small to live like this?
On the plus side, they are cheap
and easy to sail.
On the dowside, they have an extremely low freeboard and might not handle rough conditions too well.
I want to live off the hook and am unsure about how these would go at anchoring
along the coast over night in a large swell.
Any advice or opinions would be greatly appreciated.