Details about the differences between documentation and registration, and why you might choose to title your boat one way or another. [More] Document? State Title? Which Do I Need?
Moving aboard for full-time cruising is a huge change, both logistically and emotionally.
We hear you! Advice from the team -- we've all done it at least one, sometimes two or even three times!
Musings on hailing ports, past and present [More] A Place to Call Home
Boat heads eventually need repairs. Do you know what you’ll use for a toilet when yours fails? [More] How to Be Ready for Head Failures
It’s not easy for cruising parents to become teachers–especially if they’ve never done it before. But here’s some advice from a teacher on how to make boat school work–for everyone! [More] Boat School Lessons for Parents
Actually moving aboard the boat happened in small simple steps. Isn’t it all about what you eat and where you sleep? [More] Moving Aboard!
Living on your boat up on stands isn’t easy. But you can do it. Here’s how to stay safe and comfortable. [More] How to Live in the Boatyard
Figuring out which cell plan to go with took some trial and error. I wish I’d thought about some of these things up front. [More] Challenges With Cheap Cell Plans
Are you a new cruiser having trouble sleeping? It’s understandable. Here’s how to rest better. [More] New Cruisers Sleep Loss – What To Do
Don’t arrive back at the boat with soggy groceries or wet laundry. Here’s how to keep your stuff dry. [More] Keep Stuff Dry in the Dinghy
When you move, the decisions you make about what to bring with you aren’t just practical. They’re an invitation to become a whole new person. [More] Sifting and Sorting