First off, you're going to have a blast. It's been a dream of mine to do something similar. I hope that you will give us regular reports on your adventure.
I saw a couple doing something similar at Roche Harbor and they had a pretty clever setup. When in open water with modest current/wind...
Heating oil season. Diesel and heating oil are produced at the same place in the cracking tower. In the winter with demand for heating oil going up and demand for diesel remaining static there is an net increase in demand for the distillate derived from that part of the cracking tower.
Absolutely love my 22' Weldcraft Maverick. Have had zero issues. It's built like a tank. Even the welds that are hidden from view are beautifully done. The hull extension provides great buoyancy in a following sea and really helps to keep the cockpit dry.
Ditto this. I do all of the scheduled boat and trailer maintenance myself. It's fun, I know it's done right, and I save a lot of dollars. I keep a meticulous log of all work done for my benefit and for when the day comes that I eventually sell the boat.