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The Pros and Cons of Living on a Sailboat in the Caribbean
Aug 08, 2014
Kevin A. Fraser
This short documentary explores Welsford's unique, maritime lifestyle, and the sacrifices that arise along the way -- from romantic relationships to finances. "There's always a way to make money. There's always a way to live," Welsford says. "If I have enough to go and have a beer and I have enough to go to the grocery store, if I can put enough diesel in the tanks of the boat, then I think I'm one of the richest people in the world."
Authors: Chris Heller, Nadine Ajaka
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