Sailing the Farm
Sailing the Farm: A Survival Guide to Homesteading on the Ocean is a book written by Ken Neumeyer.
Considered a classic in sailing and cruising circles, Ken motivated thousands of people planning to set sail for a life on the water and helped improve the lifestyle of thousands more who were, and are, already "out there." Copies of his book are priceless to many and have been a foundation of cruising preparation and sailing lore for forty years and will likely remain[according to whom?] as the motivating text for many voyages to come.
Back in the 1970s with the new homesteading and back-to-the-land movement, there was a small and brief interest in seasteading, the concept of creating permanent dwellings at sea. The book also covers food production at sea, trade goods, diet for maximum nutrition with minimum weight, and space.
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