Thanks for all the replies everyone!
Here’s a bit more detail:
We’ll be sailing a 44’ Catamaran (a Vision 444 if anyone is interested enough to look it up) and my wife and I are 35 years old, with a 5 year old daughter. As I get ready to hit the retirement button, we need to sell our home anyway (we don’t care to live here anymore now that work isn’t tying us to it), and it only made sense to us to go circumnavigate BEFORE we settle down to build the “forever home”. Plus we are young and have our health- and we can finish the journey before our daughter needs to enter high school. Plus our best friends ALSO bought a Vision 444, and they’ll be sailing alongside us! We call ourselves “Double Vision”
The sailboat is, like every boat, limited for space, but there are a couple places I’ve thought to put it where it could be locked down and safe during transit without need to unlock or move it for use. There’s a nice shelf in the salon near a venting window that could work too.
As for WiFi/internet: it’s a major concern right alongside the air exposure, though I think I have the air exposure thing figured out as I had to develop a similar solution for my desktop PC enclosure. If Starlink isn’t ready to roll for ocean use by the time we get underway, I may have to sell the GF and pick up a Muse. That is, unless pitch/roll prevent using such a machine at all.
I’d love it if someone from GF could weigh in on the effects of pitch/roll movement during a print!