Living on a Boat

How I Stay Connected to the Web at Sea

Here’s how routers, cellphones, a satellite phone and a Garmin gadget keep me connected — most of the time

A fuzzy connected world. Image credit: Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay

I live on an old boat and spend many days — weeks even — at sea. At the last count it was well over 400 nights that I have spent under the stars or storms in the open…



A home port for those who are multi-genrelational (sic) in their writing, lifestyles and thinking. Itinerants, hobos and sailors are welcome, but don’t expect food, drink or money. And don’t expect many views either — after all, you’re off course, of course. Tie up here!

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James Marinero

Follow me for a varied 2xTop Writer diet: true stories, humor, tech, AI, travel, geopolitics and small business tips as I write around the world on my old boat.