Light hearted and filled with personal anecdotes this podcast shares the knowledge & experience of a sailor that has covered more miles on the world‘s oceans than the distance from Earth to the Moon.
Each episode round the world solo sailor Chris Stanmore-Major, AKA ‘CSM‘ talks about all things sailing from how to flake a line and prepare a meal on a family cruising voyage to how to race through the Southern Ocean on an Open 60. Superyachts, racing campaigns, open boat expeditions, classic wooden yachts and tall ships; all have equal interest to ‘The Mariner‘.
The Mariner Podcast #52: Joshua Slocum‘s ‘Sailing Alone Around the World‘ Chapters 15 & 16
In this episode we rejoin Capt Joshua Slocum, sailing single handed around the world in 1895- this week he is sailing up the coast of Queensland and then heading out into the Indian Ocean on his way to becoming the first person ever to sail solo around the world.
The Mariner Podcast #51: Finally - It‘s Time to go Sailing Again!
Finally, after 18 months of sitting on our hands waiting for some semblance of ‘normal‘ to return to the world - Spartan Ocean Racing is ready to get back on the water and start sailing! Heare all about it in this episode!
The Mariner Podcast #50: My 30th Atlantic Crossing
This episode I finish up the story of the delivery of the Maxi ‘Weddell‘ to Nova Scotia. Whilst the voyage its‘ self was not very eventful (just the way I like them!) there was lots to consider as this was effectively my first passage with a new (to me) vessel.
The Mariner Podcast #49: A Maxi by Any Other Name.
There has been a break in the podcast due to me travelling to Europe to pick up a new boat for the Veteran‘s Sailing Program, but I‘m back now and what a story I have to tell! Nothing‘s ever simple with boats!
The Mariner Podcast #48: How to Recover a Man Overboard
I take you in depth through the procedure I have been taught and now teach to recover someone from the water with the emphasis being on making each stage understandable and transparently logical as part of an overarching strategy to recover the victim before they succumb to hypothermia or drowning.
The Mariner Podcast #46: Sailing Alone Around the World Chapters 13 & 14
In this episode I continue reading Capt. Joshua Slocum's excellent narrative of his solo circumnavigation of the world in 1895.
In chapters 13 & 14 Slocum leaves Samoa, sailing to Australia and then to Tasmania. Australia is an opportunity for Slocum to relax a little; he is on the far side of the world from his starting point in Boston and is once again amongst friends and those who know of his voyage, all of whom are keen to assist him.
Fantastic podcast about sailing.
Simple, concise and honest.
Love hearing Chris’s story’s from his extensive experience at sea. If you are interested in sailing there’s a lot of knowledge shared here.
Inspiring stories ...
Very inspiring stories, told openly and humbly, of an incredible adventure. I enjoy the meanderings into side topics that I can relate to. Keep them coming Chris!