You can get a good night’s rest on board your boat. Here’s what you need to sleep better in your berth. [More] Sleep Better While Cruising On Your Boat
Living Aboard Full Time
Moving aboard for full-time cruising is a huge change, both logistically and emotionally.
Advice from someone who has done it twice.
When cruising in cold weather, you can stay warm on your boat. Here’s how. [More] Stay Warm On Your Boat
Nothing will grate on your nerves or upset your anchorage neighbors more than clanking halyards. Here’s how to silence them for good. [More] Keep Your Halyards From Clanking
Every now and then, you leave your boat alone. How can you prepare and what can you do? [More] How Do You Leave the Boat for Months?
Seize the every day opportunities to hone your self-reliance skills. [More] Random Self-Sufficiency Moments
It’s always a good idea to take care of problems early. When you live on a boat, it’s crucial. Here’s why. [More] Don’t Let Problems Wait
Many cruisers check the weather when they’re sailing. But get careless when they stop. Here’s why watching the weather is crucial. [More] Keep an Eye on the Weather
Nothing is more frustrating than running out of propane on your boat when you’re miles from a refill. Keep it from happening from you. [More] Don’t Run Out of Propane on Board
Do you plan to cruise or live on your boat? Then you need insurance. Here’s how to start. [More] Insurance If You Live On A Boat–Where To Start
Our experience in making the “keep the house or not” call before each of our cruises. [More] The House Question – to sell or no