I always come back to the BCC28. "Go simple, go small, go now
". I've only ever been on one once many years ago at the Newport Boat Show
. It was super-blustery that day, and while all the other boats were pulling at their dock
lines like impatient thoroughbreds ready to exit the starting gate, the BCC28 sat there as still as can be like it was on pilings. Rock solid. I love the look, the feel, the elegant simplicity and the brilliant utilization of space.
If I were to leave on a RTW cruise
tomorrow, that's the boat
I'd want. But then when I think about long-term LIVING on a boat - while otherwise living a "normal"/land-based existence - I start looking at the comfy floating condos.