Honestly don't know if I replied to this already weeks ago but.... I don't see why not. I lived out of a VW bus for a year all over europe
and it was a great great time. Living low and slow, paring down everything to the very essentials, has it's own pleasures. On a tiny boat
, my specific thoughts would be:
1) Some form of very good to-shore transportation. Ie the best/biggest dinghy
you can afford. In the bus, you could walk into town from a campsite, on the tiny boat, you'll be using coffee shops and parks as your extra space. Make sure you can get there under most conditions if you plan to anchor
2) Other poster's idea was good, have some cash to stay in a cheap
air bnb from time to time to stretch your legs and see some different things, get a good shower
, etc. In many places, you could allow yourself an airbnb once a week even. 30, 40 bucks. Makes laundry
day much more fun, and you can squeeze in a pub crawl while you're at it!
Ah, I thought I had more points, but I guess the coffee hasn't kicked in yet. Go for it!