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Have you wondered about living on a boat?
Has someone you love mentioned wanting to head off into the sunset on a boat?
Or maybe you’ve secretly fantasized about selling everything, moving aboard, and traveling the world?
But you’re not sure what it would really be like or how you’d actually do it . . .
I've been living aboard and cruising for over 11 years now and I'm happy to share what I know.
Let's start with learning a bit more about the cruising lifestyle and what it's really like.Unlock
Have you decided that cruising is the life for you?
Getting from the "yes, we want to go cruising" stage to actually casting off the dock lines encompasses a lot of things:
Free and paid resources from The Boat Galley and others to help you along every step of the way!Unlock
You've cut the dock lines and are finally out cruising!
But instead of it being that wonderful vacation you were dreaming of, you're finding yourself frustrated and overwhelmed more often than you care to admit.
Let's face it: cooking just isn't the same when you're cruising, RVing, camping or living off the grid. Less space, few or no electical applicances, making do with what's on hand and either a small or non-existent refrigerator are just a few of the challenges.
From the time I was a Girl Scout to now, I've been turning out great meals in interesting conditions. Let me help you make the transition with books, articles, downloads, recipes, and gear.