We've now been living aboard our boat Y-Not for 2 months, and it seems like a good time to share some of our initial thoughts on the lifestyle differences from our RV-life. This is by no means a competition between RV and boat life - we absolutely love RVing, and look … [Read more...] about Boat vs RV – First Impressions of Living Aboard a Boat & Differences from RV Living
Cruising / Boating (March 2017 - present)
Does it ever feel like time is just floating by us ever more swiftly?? It's hard to believe it's been just over a month since we moved aboard Y-Not. We usually take a couple months a year in one spot to rest up, recharge and attend to life. Constantly planning, … [Read more...] about Our First Month Aboard our Boat – Burnt Store Marina, Florida
On Monday evening at sunset, aboard our new vessel Y-Not, we made our relationship partnership legal to the state of Florida. It was a small intimate zany marriage license signing event (some might call it a 'wedding') with just our parents and a local notary. My father, … [Read more...] about We Tied the Y-Not!
Ever since we announced our plans to do the Great Loop and start exploring the country by water - we've been flooded with one question, over and over. What about the bus? Are you getting rid of Zephyr? People are naturally curious after having followed along in our epic … [Read more...] about Moving To Water – So What About the Bus?
We are extremely excited to officially introduce you to our new nomadic home on the water - m/v Y-Not. Y-Not is a 1999 Bayliner 4788. She's a 47' 4" long motor yacht with twin screw (twin screw = two engines) Cummins 370 HP engines, bow thruster and a custom hydraulic … [Read more...] about Introducing Y-Not: 1999 Bayliner 4788 Motoryacht for Exploring the Great Loop
Ok, one final post to wrap up our RVing winter before we shift gears to talking about our new boat! Everything was coming together post survey right on track, which meant we needed to get our butts closer to Punta Gorda to take delivery. We'd also need to be near … [Read more...] about Our Last Stop as Full-Time RVers: Koreshan State Historic Site (& Boat Closing!!)