I have often wondered which one is more of a financial drain? I have a friend who stores a powerboat in a local storage
area, and parked in this storage
area are dozens of RV's, some of them I know worth over 300K. I have only stayed on RV's a couple of times, but I am always entertained by the sequence of events
.....drive all day at a bad gas rate, find a campground with the necessary facilities, park, spend 2 hours getting all your stuff plugged in, then grab a lawnchair and watch the next guy do the same thing.
At least you can drop the hook on a sailboat somewhere and not have to pay 50 a night to park. However, I am sure that an RV has to be a constant source of problems and expensive fixes too. Or at least I assume that.
I remember listening to a clark howard show once where he was discussing the depreciation of these motor
homes and how quickly they depreciate.
Wondering from those who might have done both, which is the worse financial drain, a boat or an RV?