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Beautiful And Comfortable Boat Interior Designs To Make Your Mouth Water - Bored Art

Boats, according to people who live off the water are like second homes to them if not their first home. Some of them actually complain that they are steadier on their feet when on the boat than on land. For those who can afford it, it makes a lot of sense to have the boat fitted in ways that reflect a warm home. Some of those who are really well off spend a lot of money on the designing of their boat’s interiors. Some go for simple fittings like mechanical plumbing pipe furniture ideas.

13 points to consider when buying kitchen equipment for your boat galley. Features you may not have considered but are important when living on a boat.

13 points to consider when buying kitchen equipment for your boat galley. Features you may not have considered but are important when living on a boat.

Throw on that backpack, pick a destination and let this marine survival boat take you on a travel expedition! This boat enables you to explore isolated landscapes with its innovative self-sufficient design. Could there be a way to break out of this pandemic and resume your quest of world travel? #SelfSufficient #Lifeboat #Home #Transportation #UniqueGifts #ThingsIdesire #desirablestuff #giftideas #gadgets

Throw on that backpack, pick a destination and let this marine survival boat take you on a travel expedition! This boat enables you to explore isolated landscapes with its innovative self-sufficient design. Could there be a way to break out of this pandemic and resume your quest of world travel? #SelfSufficient #Lifeboat #Home #Transportation #UniqueGifts #ThingsIdesire #desirablestuff #giftideas #gadgets

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Competent crew skills: arriving and leaving a berth. Approaching the berth. When possible it is best for the boat to approach a berth into the wind, as this will help the boat to stop. If the wind is coming from behind, it will be more difficult to slow the boat down.  As well as taking the effects of the wind into account, in tidal waters the strength and direction of the tidal streams needs to be factored in.

Skilled boat handling is needed when entering or leaving harbour. Crew tasks include preparing the mooring lines and fenders before docking and tying the boat safely alongside. The crew also prepare the boat for leaving harbour. In order to help avoid any mishap, they have to release the lines in the correct order, as instructed […]

Living on a sailboat isn't always easy. It takes a lot of work, dedication and commitment to living in a very small space. Check out the top 5 worst things about living on a boat before you choose that lifestyle! via @thewaywardhome

Living on a sailboat has some amazing perks, but its also challenging, from the tiny space, to the tiny kitchen, to the pump-out station. Yuck!

If you're thinking of ever doing The Great Loop, read this post!  #GreatLoop #TheGreatLoop #justdoit #boatlife #commutercruising #AGLCA

If you're thinking of ever doing The Great Loop, read this post! #GreatLoop #TheGreatLoop #justdoit #boatlife #commutercruising #AGLCA

How useful are Solar and Electric boats anyhow? The large Solar Electric Mundoo 3 was one of the more interesting projects I've been involved in. It was the brainchild of Robert Ayliffe, then at Duck Flat Wooden Boats and Ted Dexter. This liveaboard boat was featured on the cover of WoodenBoat magazine at the time and was a tremendous success for the owners who found it fitted their needs perfectly.

How useful are Solar and Electric boats anyhow? The large Solar Electric Mundoo 3 was one of the more interesting projects I've been involved in. It was the brainchild of Robert Ayliffe, then at Duck Flat Wooden Boats and Ted Dexter. This liveaboard boat was featured on the cover of WoodenBoat magazine at the time and was a tremendous success for the owners who found it fitted their needs perfectly.