Beautifully-written description and analysis of the post-launch depression that causes many first-time voyagers to return to their houses and offices - and how it can be conquered.
What it's like. A owner's extensive account of living aboard and cruising her Hans Christian 33 since 1997 on the west coasts of Mexico, the U.S., and Canada.
A long-time cruiser and liveaboard tells what it's really like, conserving water, bathing, danger, low-level stress even at anchor, marina life, insects, waiting for the weather, and getting along with your cruising partner.
Written in 1932, this old fashioned story - you can read it in half-an-hour - takes you through the decisions, finances, anxieties, and joys of living aboard a sailing boat and traveling throughout Europe. Far more readable than most of today's cruisers' writings.
A member has challenged others to imagine the ideal "long-range cruiser with live-aboard capacities, not too big to be unaffordable." The responses are interesting