Greetings internet user! This podcast is an excuse to pick the brains of seasoned sailors and an attempt to distill the experience of others for the benefit of you the listener, as well as my own. I’m interested in talking to sailors about their motivations, their techniques and experiences, and their reasons for spending time on the water. I hope you’ll check it out and enjoy!
Stay safe and healthy everyone!
Ben and Teresa Carey of Morse Alpha Expeditions have been professional sailors and educators for their entire adult lives. From schooners and open boats in Maine, to singlehanding their respective boats up and down the East Coast, to their current business of coastal and offshore sail training, Teresa and Ben have varied and deep sailing experience which they kindly share in this podcast. We talk about knot-nerdery, the characteristics of a good leader, boat selection, and much more. Morse Alpha can be found online at http://morsealpha.com/
An abyssal journey through inner space.
A retrospective of the past year's interviews.
John Herlig fixed up his 50 year old Rawson 30 “Ave Del Mar” and took her sailing down the ICW, across to the Bahamas, and then off the beaten path a bit, visiting Haiti and Jamaica before returning to Florida. We speak about his thoughts on John Vigor’s “black box” of seamanship theory, nautical superstitions and the allure of travel. John had a podcast on “Boat Radio,” released a few under his own flag, and has an upcoming podcast called "Seabird" that will be released through Cuento.co He can found online at avedelmar.com More recently, having to return home to work, he stored “Ave” on the hard in Green Turtle Key in the Bahamas where she was standing when Hurricane Dorian made landfall.
Sean D'Epagnier has been sailing the world aboard his engine-less Bristol 27 "Alexandra" for the 8 years. Heading west from California and Mexico, he crossed the Pacific, the Indian, and the Atlantic Oceans with many fabled landfalls along the way. He is also the creator of Pypilot- an open source marine autopilot designed to make autopilots more affordable, modular, and collaborative in the spirit of OpenCPN, a project he is also involved in.