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Ahoy there!

Yes, most of those reasons in the Kiplinger
article not to buy a RV seem to also
apply to owing/operating a good sized boat
suited to live aboard.

We are considering buying a trawler
(Grand Banks 42'to 46')
to do The Great Loop (link below) but
have to realistically deal with all those
negatives with a RV.

Except the "It Can Get Lonely on the Road" reason;
based on many nautical themed blogs that we have read,
most "loopers" find that they make
lots of friends on their journey.

Cast off...
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