Living aboard a 36′ Catalina sailboat in the Caribbean… Ah, the good life.
Sailboats provide you with a small space so you have little to take care of and clean.
Plus, like an RV or motorhome, they give you the ability to travel inexpensively.
I’m Alex Pino and I had the chance to meet up with Derek Diedricksen, author of Humble Homes, Simple Shacks to shoot this video in Cape Coral, Florida.
I hope you enjoy watching, and that it gives you some ideas you can use for your own tiny house, cabin, apartment, or other small space.
If you like this post, you’ll also like this post I did on a custom built houseboat in California. Must see!
Watch the Video Tour of this 36′ Catalina Sailboat Below
I encourage you to watch the video below and if you like it, pass it along. Enjoy..
Once I got inside, I was surprised to find all of the clever storage spots throughout the boat.
The kitchen had plenty of space to work with and storage to keep your stuff in. The sink is really deep so you can use it to wash dishes while on the water without getting the boat all wet inside.
The brass lamp has tie downs and as you see, storage just about everywhere. The seats you see above convert to a bed for one.
Most of you already know this, but the dining area above converts to a bed for two.
In the rear of the boat is a little bedroom which can comfortably sleep two. On top of all of that, there’s even more sleeping space in the stern of the boat.
There’s Derek enjoying the weather and view in the shade. I think it’d be awesome to live aboard a sailboat, how about you?
You can also visit Derek over at his blog, RelaxShacks.com.
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