Senior Member
Czech Republic/Czech
What does this phrase really mean please?

There is no need for you to rough it in the great oudoors. The boat is stacked with both smart and substantial gear.

Intuitivelly, I think it says that one does not have to suffer from the ups and downs of the weather since the boat comes with both luxurious and important equipment. But I am not sure... Thank you for your suggestions.
  • Katejo

    Senior Member
    English - UK
    "rough it" generally means that you do without the creature comforts which you would have in a hotel. Perhaps you are staying in a tent or a basic boat where you have no hot shower, only basic cooking facilities and no supply of clean clothes.

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