The author describes the symptoms of "Two-Foot-it is" with hints on how to resist its onset and why small-boat owners have more fun.
Size can bring luxury and safety, but the author points out why "crews of these boat may very well be looking out at your boat, presumably smaller, and wishing their boat systems, and by extension their lives, were as simple."
Thoughts on the advantages of a 28-footer for serious cruising. Hint: the author and his wife live aboard their Triton and he has circumnavigated in it.
One liveaboard's size recommendations for a single, a couple, and a family.
For the weekend and occasional cruiser, a mathematical formula to determine if you have too much boat, and some suggestions on how to change that - without changing your boat.