Time To Say “Farewell and Following Seas” To Tulum-5
We were able to finally finish the engine re-install after nearly 5 months of work. Here’s the story of some careful logistics, patient and giving folks around us and the difficult time when you have to say goodbye to the home that has cuddled your children in challenging times and romped with baby whales on […]
Quincy Dane Speaks: Buying A Boat In A Foreign Country Can Save You Money
So you wanna buy a boat and have potentially found a boat you LOVE…but it’s in Panama. What to do?
But you can potentially save money by buying a boat in Panama instead of the US. And, remember that Panama is below the hurricane belt, so there’s less chance of buying a “hurricane honey” in Panama than in other places.
Upgrades Cost Money And Time But It’s Worth It On A Cruising Sailboat
When you live onboard a sailboat as your only home, it’s nice to upgrade and modernize the boat every so often…and we’ve doing just that.
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Taking Tulum Off The Market
This week, after having Tulum on the market for four months, we made the decision to keep our beloved sailboat and continue our nomadic lifestyle….south.
Dog Days In The Baja Heat: Simmering By Choice
Expect delays and frustrations during boat engine work, it’s just part of the process.
Buying or Selling A Boat: The Survey Allowance
Have you ever heard of a Survey Allowance or used it successfully? It’s a good negotiating tool you should know more about-
4 Reasons A Seller Might Want A Pre-Sale Survey On Their Own Boat
It will cost a seller time and money to get their own pre-sale survey done on the boat, but it may take months off the sale time. One way to defray the survey cost a bit is to ask for an in-water survey only. Read on-