With all the money
you claim to have, I would think you would have enough to rent a dock
In actuality, I suspect you own none of those things and are really just another person looking to live on a rundown sailboat in Florida.
I'm skeptical because people with money
usually like some comforts and conveniences, which are not readily available at Cayo Costa, unless you count ice cream bars at the camp shop. (I've anchored there twice during the last month.)
If you're really looking for remote
, I would suggest in Little Shark River. I was there two weeks ago. Now there's a place: Beautiful, 40 miles from anywhere.
You could run your generator
on your 50-foot catamaran 24/7. Of course, it's a haul to top off your tanks
Western Florida's beautiful anchorages
should not be floating trailer
parks for people who can not or will not make their way in the world through more conventional means.
I used to bristle at politicians talking about limiting anchoring
. Now I see the wisdom of 90-day anchoring limits, at least until hurricanes sink all of the junk sailboats that can't actually sail anymore.
Yeah, life can be tough when you don't have much money. But don't take it out on the sailors by making us unwelcome in the places we enjoy.