Originally Posted by Holden Magroine
Hi, I've been lurking on here for years, creeping the threads and planning my escape.. I am planning on buying
a Lagoon 380
or something similar over the winter
. I have sold
off everything but my car and some furniture.. The plan is to live aboard
and cruise the loop, (if she will fit..) I'd like to try the Mississippi
River also from the Great Lakes
if its possible with a ship that size. At this point singlehanded.. Hopefully I can find someone who wants to tag along.
Hello, Holden Magroine !
... I am new on this forum. And with interests I found you coming from Canda/NS.
Actually I am (still) living in Europe
. But plan a "living on a boat", too. If all plans go right way, it should be possible in 2016.
Because of different reasons I discovered by my best friend that East coast
might be a great place to live. - My friend was Dr. med
in South America
and I accompanied her during her procedure being an immigrant in 2007/2008... with her whole family
. She is living in Toronto, more precisely she stepped down in Missisauga, and meanwhile living in Hamilton.
As I live for now in a 1.8 million metropol, 2nd biggest in Germany
, I'd prefer Nova Scotia because of its lower density of population... And as I was professional sailor in the 90th it has a wonderful maritim atmosphere (even knowing that the Lobster fishing
industries went through hard times). NS has a beautifully landscape, relaxed people... and "low prize living" (so I have noticed from far distance compared to other regions in CAN).
So hopefully here I can find some "support" by experienced ones to do the switch step-by-step.... and best, realize a "living on a boat". - I did already the online immigration test, and Canada government
said: You are welcome, come over ! :-)
But it needs lots of smaller steps to make an emigration-immigration to something successfully. Not too difficult anymore with the Internet
... and flight distance from central Europe
, London) to Halifax
is only 6.5 hours, roughly.
Many questions on the list, but for today I just wanted to knock on your door gently. Laters some more questions, maybe.
Have a good day !
warm greetings from "old Europe"
How is it going with your living on a Catamaran
? - I know it... I skippered professionally a 15 meter Catamaran
for a hotel
owner over two seasons and even lived in winter on it. Its a single
built Aluminium catamaran...