Originally Posted by vilanomark
we both know we would be bored to tears in about a week if we don't have "something" to do....plus I don't want my kid being raised thinking that lounging on a boat is worthwhile work.
Don't worry you'll have lots to do.
Home schooling, boat maintenance, lugging water
, trying to get parts
for the watermaker
, sleeping after staying up all night at anchor
, planning supper (this starts early in the morning), cleaning
the bottom, arranging the day's excursion, talking to your friends.
As stated earlier boat kids are about the best kids you'll ever meet. Eventually they and you will realize lounging on a boat is
If you want to be involved in volunteer or charitable work there's lots to go around. It'll depend on your area of cruising but if you've got lots of storage
on your boat it wouldn't hurt to start collecting balls and bats, old eyeglasses, books
and writing materials for those less fortunate kids you'll meet. Visit the local schools or churches, they'll be glad for you help.