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You obviously do not want to be on a boat or even near any large body of water during hurricanes, heavy rains, or during thunderstorms or when there are high winds. The ideal situation would be that you live near a large body of water and have access to remote islands, islands where you could set up a bug-out-location.
Keep in mind, however, if you found an island suitable for your needs, others could of as well, and so you have to look ahead and consider how you would defend your location. Being on a boat gives you access to edible marine life, and freshwater lakes and rivers offer drinking water after filtration and purification.
Navigating up or down rivers can get you away from a disaster area easier than trying to get out of the area using a vehicle in some cases. You will need protection from the sun and rain so a simple fishing boat may not be the best option for living on the water for a few days let alone a few weeks. You may have to access resources on land at times so having too big of a watercraft may eliminate some areas for anchoring. The ideal watercraft would have a small gallery for cooking and refrigeration and sleeping quarters.
Carry small charcoal grills for cooking on shore if you find a remote area in which to anchor. Using a boat for bugging-out with and then living on it would not be for everyone, but for some, it may be the perfect solution. There is a lot to consider and some of you may very well benefit from having a boat during a crisis, give it some thought.

The design makes an interesting project for the amateur builder as the construction method is not difficult. You could easily ferry supplies across to your location without raising suspicions if you follow a few simple OPSEC rules.
There are several options, one being is to keep the boat at home, or two, find a marina and dock your boat there so you simply need to get to the marina during a crisis.
There are options and many possibilities, but it will take some research and planning to make it work.
In a crisis, any boat is better than no boat if you are escaping a wildfire or a chemical attack for example. In normal times there are rules and regulations when out on the water, so know what they are before setting out. You can use the canoe or kayak for exploring tributaries or for escaping a sinking or damaged boat.
Fuel for the boat and propane for cooking will run out as will food and water, so you will need caches on shore that you can access. Instead of worrying about buying some land and building a cabin, your boat could be your cabin on the lake as it were.
The sides can be planked in either lapstrake (Plank Overlap) or carvel ( planks butted along their edges) systems. Having a boat docked close by eliminates the need for a vehicle to haul the boat to a launch area.

If you do not live near the coast then your options are limited, but a large lake can offer some protection from wildfires, civil unrest, and nuclear, chemical, or biological attacks. To survive for any period on the water, however, you need a sizable watercraft that has space for survival gear, food, water, fuel, and space for sleeping, cooking, and that the boat offers overhead cover.
Stealth will be important in some cases, so you may have to anchor where the boat is shielded from prying eyes along a shoreline. You need to know high and low tides, reef locations, and what buoys and markers you see on the water mean for example.
Have shelter material, ax, knife, and cordage, fire starting materials, 24-48 hours of food, fresh water, self device weapons, and possibly some bartering items. Rivers can be used for escaping, but rivers would make it difficult to live on the water unless you were continuously moving and this would require several people capable of operating the boat and navigating the waters safely, not to mention the amount of fuel required.
If you know you will be on a freshwater lake, for example, you could reduce the amount of water you carry, thus, freeing up additional space for food and fuels. The Dory 14 is a row boat, but the plans show an alternative transom for an outboard up to 5 hp.

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