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Greetings from the S.V.Sovereign

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  • #909
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    SailorTrash
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    Howdy, y’all. My wife and I live aboard our sailboat; we’re currently shore-locked due to a load of mechanical issues. But our plan is to take the boat totally green–solar, wind, composting, etc.

    Stumbled onto this site from the Cato page and…Wow. Much larger scale than we’re thinking for ourselves. I’m going to be lurking and looking to see what we can do to pitch in somehow.

    #5846
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    Eelco
    Participant

    Ahoy! :)

    whats your location?

    #5860
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    SailorTrash
    Participant

    Charleston SC.

    #5862
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    wohl1917
    Participant

    Welcome aboard, fellow South Carolinian! You’ll find a lot of interesting things on this site. What make and model is your vessel? All is well, John.

    #5863
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    SailorTrash
    Participant

    She’s a brick! A 1968 Soverel 33 sloop.

    #5868
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    Patri
    Keymaster

    Welcome Michael! Live-aboarders exemplify the first steps towards seasteading, and far too many of us seasteaders are land-lubbers, so it’s great to have you!

    #5874
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    SailorTrash
    Participant

    Thank you! We’re still fairly new to it…bought the boat in January, and it’s our first time living aboard. We have learned quite a few lessons already. If the two of us–plus three cats!–can live happily on a 33-foot sloop, then for sure seasteading can be made to work. I’m happy to offer my thus-far limited experience.

    We have a lot of friends here at the dock who live aboard, and have done it much longer than we have so far. They’ve really welcomed and helped us into this odd new way of living.

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