The Shallow Water Sailor Sailing Manual
"Keep it simple" should be the overriding philosophy. You're out there to have fun and enjoy the watery world. You're not there for a gourmet meal nor to ring for room service. Start off slowly. Take short trips first so that you can refine your skills and personalize your approach to living on a small boat. Keep your boat tidy. Find and make storage places for everything, where everything has a place and everything is in its place. Most SWS boats are truly trailerable boats, have cruising room for only one or two people. Any more will make the cruise very tough. If you have children, plan to take one out at a time out. "
(Submitted by Noel Wed Sep 15, 2004 )
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