Originally Posted by Scottyincosta
you really think I could get away with that? Cause I'll do it.
down in that area have a wait list, and they tend to be selective about who they allow in as liveaboards since they will usually limit their liveaboards to about 10% of the slips. For business reasons they would much rather rent a liveaboard slip
to someone on a $100,000 boat than someone in a $1,000 boat. Your chances of getting away with the sort of deception that has been suggested here are somewhat slim.
Unless you're talking about an outboard-powered Cal 27, you can pick up a Cal 30 with a gas inboard almost as cheaply as you can buy a gas-inboard Cal 27. And you'll end up with a boat that might be better attuned to your plans, as well as being legal
to live on in those marinas.
Why not do it right? A Cal 27 is an awfully small boat in which to be headed toward the Panama Canal