What are disadvantages of boats?
Disadvantages of owning a boatLimited usage. Depending on where you live, a boat is only usable in warm weather. Costly to maintain. Before you own a boat, you must make sure you have enough money to pay for a store. Cleaning. Cleaning a boat is not as easy as it may look. Expensive accessories.20 Oct 2016
Can you rent a boat to live on?
Renting a liveaboard sailboat is difficult, but you can rent a sailboat and stay aboard. In most cases, buying a liveaboard sailboat is more flexible. Sailboat rentals arent impossible to find. Its easy to find a sailboat to rent for multiple days and stay aboard.
How expensive is living on a boat?
The boat cost $90,000 and they lived off $50,000 a year cruising the Caribbean and anchoring the entire time. Personally, we live on about $100,000 a year. I know couples living on $1,000 a month, and families living on $3,000-$6,000 a month.
Is buying a canal boat a good investment?
A narrowboat, or a widebeam boat should be considered as a second home from home, or, perhaps even as a new primary home for some buyers. The purchase of a narrowboat is indeed a large investment, however its an investment for your future, with happier and more peaceful times ahead.
How much fuel does a canal boat use?
In the UK, the typical fuel consumption of a canal boat is around 1 litre per hour of cruising. Narrowboat fuel tanks can typically hold 200 litres of fuel – however, this varies from boat to boat, depending on size of the narrowboat and more factors.