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Change is afloat

I have waited to share this big news with you all, as I wasn’t certain it was all going ahead until last night. As of tomorrow morning, my wife and I will be the very proud owners of a beautiful houseboat! 693 more words



So we are not really bloggers, but then we are not really ready to become homeless either.  In any event this website hopefully will help anybody interested to stay somewhat current on our travels and travails.   100 more words


Christmas Cruising

You can’t beat a bit of Christmas boating!

Merry Christmas everyone 😊

thefloatinghome reblogged this on The Cut Glass Boat and commented:

Merry Christmas everyone

Gift Buying Guide for The Liveaboard In Your Life

Tis the season for giving! You know that the cute decorative boat statue or nautical pillow you saw and thought “I bet my friends that live on a boat would love that!” …think again. 517 more words


Buying a Boat: 1989 Catalina 36

We bought her just over a year ago.   Less than two weeks passed between walkthrough and purchase.  We did not get a formal survey.

Risky behavior! 950 more words


Our home is a sailboat in Alaska

Myself, my husband, our big fluffy dog Honey–on Meander, a 1989 Catalina 36 currently residing in Seward, Alaska.

If you google for people like us, you might use these terms: liveaboards, cruisers, sailors (sort of), survivalists, hippies, off-the-grid, bums, living the dream, adventurers, fools. 160 more words


Man is never alone in the Ocean - Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is vast with over 1,500 islands. What is the best way to explore the marine life there, live-aboard or diving resorts? A good live-aboard boat can provide very comfortable accommodation and quality catering service, spacious living space, quick recharge after each dive,  well organized diving, and convenient anchoring position to diving sites. 1,167 more words