Online Book: Alternative Energy For Voyaging, Chapter 1 of 5

Introduction

Fitting our new hydrogenerator

Fitting our new hydrogenerator

People have some strange misconceptions about what you mean when you say that you live on a boat. They seem to either think that you live on baked beans in a floating cave, devoid of light and comfort, or they imagine a miniature cruise liner, with lights ablaze and lobster and chilled champagne on tap.

The truth is a distant somewhere between the two, of course, that depends on the boater. We think we live very well indeed, but we’re both used to living in remote and service free areas. Others would draw the line at our lack of amenities: aircon, washing machine, etc—but we’re happy.

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Meet the Author

Colin

Colin, European Correspondent here at AAC, is a deeply experienced offshore sailor who holds a Yachtmaster licence, and a gifted photographer and talented writer who has added a whole new dimension to Attainable Adventure Cruising. In addition, since Colin and Louise are from England and had their OVNI 435, Pèlerin built in France, they bring a European perspective to our site. You can read more about Colin and Louise and their business at their website.

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