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Discussion in 'Sea Ray Lifestyle & Cruising' started by eman369, Sep 2, 2010.
The water is better than any anti depressant
You don't know how many times I've told my wife now that the kids are grown and left home. Lets just get a sailboat and head out for where ever we end up.
Man I'm there!! I'm gon'na get a camper top for Old Skool, document living on the smallest boat possible then sell it to NatGeo. My old man was a navy salt and I think he could live on a 16 foot canoe. I've never seen anyone done more with nothing than him. :thumbsup:
Hey oldschool don't steel my Idea!!!!!! dang it man
eman....I lived on a 270 for 2 years, until I got this one......but....lol I have a 10 x 50 storage unit.....on your way down to fla stop in and say howdy.....I'm at mile marker 0 on the ICW....
No worries friend. With a wife, 1 teen son, 5 grown, daughters and 11 grand kids I already have a made for movie life.:smt101
If I float away on Old Skool it won't be for the public eye.:lol::lol:
I keep threatening to do it one day but it won't be on the 260DA.
Ditto but I would want a shower stall separate from a hose over the head, more room and storage, etc. I guess that puts me at the 36DB or above.
Some other brands may be better suited to live aboard.
can't say i'm in any competition for the title but man, am i jealous. i'm not sure what your situation is or why you are doing this but look on the bright side and think of all us "groundhog day" 9-5 clock punching idiots who wish their weeks away so that they can escape to the water. i'm sure theres some comforts of land you may miss on a 24 footer but keep your chin up - theres a lot to be thankful for living the "free" life. everytime i'm sitting in traffic or in some meeting with a guy who thinks he brilliant because he has an MBA i think of doing what you're doing. i wonder, do i need all this? you answer my question. you will do just fine, it may not always be the boating "vacation" of your dreams but that little boat contains a lot more amenities than many other people around the world have been living with for hundreds of years. good luck and i hope you can start a new thread about your journey.
I'm working on getting Sea Ray to sponsor my journey in the 450 south of the equator. "CT to Chile... Brought to you by Sea Ray... The liveabroard boat of the 21st century. also brought to you buy Ace Boating Crocs, the boat shoe of the real adventurer".
can i be a part of the 8 hour shift with you....I promise to get you coffee and have a smile on my face for each shift on deck all the way to Chile
Lots of stops on the way to Chile but I am on board! This is what I am going to look at though...
The wife said I can keep the 320DA and move on something like this!
Ok !! Obama will not give me any money so now I have to work.
I want to be in Florida help me find a job that allows me to buy a 300 DA. yea sounds good..oh, I am a jack of all and Master of One
I'm sure Purina would sponsor Pigdog...gotta have a guard dog.
I remember watching this on PBS last year. Its about a couple who lived on their 26' sailboat. They had three children on it and sailed around the world with them. They finally built a house and bought 33' boat. Amazing story.
For all you cruising full time dreamers. I found a great website with a TON of great videos and info.
I need to know how you are living on a 1990 340da when Sea Ray didn't build a 340da on 1990.
Rember Ken, when something looks too good to be true, it usually is.
The only advise I will offer is don't keep a gun on board. I think after a while on a 240 Weekender you will be ready to blow your brains out. You won't want any temptation. :smt119
I would start at episode 1
"Bob Bitchin" started biker magazine and Tattoo magazine. So lats and atts could do well too.
Oh, I went on a Cat sailboat last weekend. I changed my mind... I could own one of these to sail around the world.