We haven't yet broken the $64k mark, but it all depends on how you define "cruising." The boat will be capable of floating and moving under its own power by late spring, but we may not splash it until it's fully painted. It will be painted to the decks this summer. I'll begin in earnest on the interior this summer, though I'm working on bits and pieces now (e.g. extending the galley floor out to where the forward head used to be, etc) to give my aching back an occasional break from bottom work. I'm guessing we'll fully transition from our 52' Connie to the Roamer in 2010, and continue finishing things up while living aboard. A week or two ago I was under the boat applying filler and glanced down the length of the shiny hull. For the first time since beginning this project in 12/07, I was able to see light at the end of the tunnel. Regardless of how many boxes in the repair plan are checked off, that was the first time I realized the boat's only a few dozen hours from being able to move under its own power. I almost cried.