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Interviews with offshore sailors and those in the industry sharing exciting stories and useful information so we can better enjoy and better prepare for our own adventures.

Offshore Sailing and Cruising with Paul Trammell Paul Trammell

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Interviews with offshore sailors and those in the industry sharing exciting stories and useful information so we can better enjoy and better prepare for our own adventures.

    Shawna Reed, Giving up Life on Land and Becoming a First Mate

    Shawna Reed, Giving up Life on Land and Becoming a First Mate

    Having no previous sailing experience, Shawna moved onto a 35' sailboat with her partner, gave up her land-based life, and sailed away to the Caribbean. We talk about sacrifices, learning to sail, dealing with fear, cutting ties to land, family, career, experiencing new cultures, making new friends, staying clean, getting along with each other, and more.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Nini Champion and Lisa Roland

    Nini Champion and Lisa Roland

    Nini and Lisa are preparing to row across the Atlantic Ocean in a 27' rowboat in the 2022 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge. We talk about their mission, motivation, the boat, food, water, getting past fear, their training, the team, wildlife risks, and much more.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Canada Update 1

    Canada Update 1

    A documentation of my journey from Snow Island, Maine, to Tenants Harbor; to Rockland; to Lunenberg, Nova Scotia, Canada; to Rogues Roost, and my first stop in the 100 wild Islands - Wolfes Island.

    • 39 min
    Dr. Dustin Welbourne, Part 2

    Dr. Dustin Welbourne, Part 2

    In this second part of our conversation, we talk about sea-level rise, the impacts of leisure boating, what cruising sailors can do to minimize our impact on the environment, dealing with black-water, seagrass beds, coral nurseries, fertilizer runoff, responding to science data, conspiracies, and more.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Dr. Dustin Welbourne, Ecology for Cruising Sailors

    Dr. Dustin Welbourne, Ecology for Cruising Sailors

    Dr Welbourne is both scientist and cruising sailor. We talk about solar panels, lithium batteries, camera traps, sharks, bearded fire worms, The Bahamas, coral reef ecology, sea-level rise, and more. This is part one, part 2 comes out next week.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Florida to Maine

    Florida to Maine

    I just arrived in Maine after my longest solo passage yet, 1200nm, 9 days, St Augustine, Florida to Snow Island, Maine. Here, I talk about the passage, preparation for the passage, some things I learned along the way, the good times and the hard times, and where I'm going next.

    • 57 min

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