Literally on the WaterTimes Viewed: 6,875 views
: $75 /night
: 120 Sq. Ft.
Heating, Free Parking, Kitchen, Hot Water
Experience a unique combination of Tiny Home living and fresh salty air on our 27 foot sailboat named Risi. She’s located in Everett within walking distance of several waterfront restaurants, cafe, brewery, and distillery. Everett is about 45 minutes north of Seattle by car or train.
The interior of our boat is approximately 120 square feet depending on method of measurement and number of beers consumed. It is small. Very small. We happily lived on this boat for some time and found it to be a rewarding experience. We also found that it feels exponentially smaller with several adults inside. For that reason, we recommend 1-2 adults and perhaps 1-2 children.
The main cabin area is wonderfully tall for a sailboat of this length. Folks 6’1″ and under can walk upright with ease.
The v-berth bed is located in the bow of the boat. It is about a queen-size at the shoulders and comes to a narrow point where your feet lay. It may inspire footsie for 2 adults. The 2 cabin settees fit 1 petite adult each.
You will have free reign of the whole boat. All 27 glorious feet. You will also have access to the marina building which has bathrooms, private showers, laundry facilities, and vending machines. This is not a chartering service, so the boat will not leave its slip.
— AMENITIES —
Ice box with refrigeration, two burner stove, sink with water pressure and hot water, propane BBQ grill, toaster oven, coffee maker, basic cooking supplies, dinnerware, bedding, towels, space heater, and finally free parking! More than you expected of Risi’s tiny appearance, right?
— THINGS TO NOTE —
We keep Risi clean and tidy but bear in mind she is nearing her early 40s. She’s guaranteed to deliver nautical charm and fond memories in massive surplus, but she cannot offer TV, wifi internet, or handicap accessibility.
Risi is in a protected marina and the water is perfectly calm, but you may feel a rocking motion from wind gusts or while moving around inside. Those with acute motion sickness might feel it more than others.