I use to live aboard in Mission Bay at the foot of the (once) Islandia Hotel
. Fortunately, we had shower
rights at the pool area as well as other beni's.
I did a quick check on your site and really understand you concerns. We had a storage
space a short ways from the marina and every weekend my wife would change out a series of clothes to last the week or more so she didn't wear the same thing every week. (She worked for Lawyers) I guess Sunday afternoon was our logistics day. We would go to the coin-op laundry
, swap out clothes and do some grocery shopping
, with modifications sometimes.
This was back in the early 80's. I'm surprised one can still live aboard in SD. After a couple years it seems to get old. But the sacrifice is all worth it. I wish I could go back. But I've lost
A Han Christian is a nice boat
but a bit on the crowded side as far as live aboardís go. But it will make a nice cruiser if you ever decide to head
The best thing is to associate with other boaties and leave the homies just to family
, if that can be helped. And do take the boat
out often. It keeps the boat in a sailing mode rather then turning into a barge.