Inspire Your Debt Payoff Journey – With Decor?

This week, I can feel the saltwater drying on my skin every day after I head in from scuba diving.  I can see the bottom from my perch on the tip of the bow, looking for fish (and sharks!) as we sail.  We’re getting closer to the goal, and I’m starting to be able to feel it…

Project Boat: Grady White Sailfish 25′ “Before” Shots

Wow…somehow I let Don talk me into another project boat slash maybe-we’ll-just-keep-it boat.  We already own a recently-revamped 25′ Proline with dual 150hp engines, a small cabin, front v-berth, and porta-potty, by the way. However, driving down the side of the road back in January, we came across this Grady White with beautiful lines.  It was…

6 Lessons I’ve Learned About Buying a Project Boat

Over the past several years we’ve purchased, restored and sold several project boats.  I should add that, for our purposes, we’re referring to project boats that are easily trailerable (read: less than 30 feet long) power boats, typically with outboard motors. We’ve now flipped quite a few of these boats, that we’ve lovingly spent weekends…