Being on a boat also means being fully available for one another, with no external disturbances to alter your availability for your family or friends. Living together in the same unity of time and space, you’re creating long-lasting memories and bonds.
On the boat, the dress code is back to basics. You’ll wear a swimming costume, a sarong, a T-shirt and shorts or a light dress, and sandals to go ashore. For your luggage, opt for a small soft travel bag that can be folded and stored easily in a trunk on board.
Life at anchor is conducive to meeting other boats. It’s easy to get to know neighbouring boats, usually sailors from different backgrounds. Social barriers break down naturally, giving way to spontaneous and friendly interaction. You meet up in the cockpits for a quick cold beer.