Anchoring or ‘living on the hook’ is going to be your cheapest option, but it also means that you’ll have to be fully self-sufficient. A mooring ball is a method of anchoring your boat without an anchor.
To be able to pull this type of living off, you must. It works by attaching your boat to a chain that’s attached to a heavy sunken cement block.
A growing number of Marinas offer electrical hookups and supply stores within walking distance of your boat.
We highly recommend Marina living for those who are just starting out.
But as introverts, we sometimes feel misunderstood.
We wish you could visualize what’s going on inside our brains—you might be surprised!
Here are six illustrations of what it’s like to be in our heads.
This is a crucial step to mentally and physically preparing to live at sea. While it is enjoyable and liberating, if unprepared it can quickly become a nightmare.
Culane House Hotel 9 Hermitage Place Leith Links Edinburgh EH6 8AF Scotland UK Email: [email protected] House uk Tel UK: 01 Fax UK: 01 Tel Int’l: 0044 1 Fax Int’l: 0044 1 For Directions click on the marker in the map and type in your Address: Travelling to Edinburgh Major Airport and Airline Links Edinburgh Airport British Airways British Midland Easy Jet Ryan Air East and West Coast Train Operators GNER (until December 07) National Express (from 09/12/07) Virgin Trains Scot Rail Go to the east end of Princes Street, down Leith Street and Leith Walk, turn right into Duke Street. Where the Leith Links Park will be on the left and Culane House Hotel is along on the right.