I have always loved the water
(almost made it to the Olympics
as a competitive swimmer), and generally prefer to be in it than on it.
This applies to boats too (have built a couple of small ones that even floated rather than sank), after a fair bit of sailing over the years in the Irish Sea - though with a recent long gap - the slamming into vertical faced waves there, has me being a fan of long keels and smooth motion, rather than bouncing around on the surface like a beach ball.
After being dealt an annoying hand by fate and people that can loosely be described as 'doctors', I am now in the situation where getting something to live aboard, converted as much as possible for disabled sailing, and "Heading South until the butter melts", has become a necessary course of action, to acquire dry heat and a salty atmosphere (they do me good), that's mobile enough to follow the Sun. I am in no rush, and have always enjoyed the journey more than the arrival.
So I'll be looking to pick some brains for ideas and solutions, and, with a now long life with experience in many fields, my brain is available to be picked too.
Hopefully I can give more than I get as time goes by.
Fair winds, fun seas, and starry nights, to us all.