Exciting interviews and information on cruising the Great Loop!
Dock-Tales: Ken & Celester Freeman Aboard "God's Grace"
Gold Loopers Ken & Celeste Freeman share stories of their Great Loop adventure on this bonus episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast. Ken & Celeste looped aboard a 1970 Hatteras and discuss details about the boat, their Looping timeframe and more.
Great Loop Radio: AGLCA's Harbor Host Program
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we focus on the AGLCA Harbor Host program. Learn about this network of volunteers who will provide local knowledge as you cruise your way around the Great Loop, including how to find them, what types of services they provide, and how to become one. We'll also have a conversation with Beth Tyler. Beth and her husband, Rip, are our newly selected recipients of the True North Harbor Host of the Year Award.
DockTales-Greg & Susan Costa Aboard "Lucky Me"
Join us as Greg and Susan Costa aboard "Lucky Me" tell the tales of their Great Loop adventure, including information about the charitable giving they did along the way and their e-Books about the Bahamas and Ladies on the Loop.
Great Loop Radio: Daily Cruise Planning
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Bob Malkin joins us to walk us through the process of daily cruise planning on the Great Loop. He’ll teach us how to plan for each travel day the evening before, including what information to gather, what factors to consider, and how to prepare for a stress-free day of cruising.
Great Loop Radio: AEDs Aboard
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Mike Marsiglia of Chesapeake AED Services joins us to explain why Loopers should have these lifesaving devices aboard, and how and when to use them. He’ll also talk about any special considerations for using them aboard a boat.
Dock-Tales: Mike & Sharon O'Malley Aboard "My Sharona"
Join us as Mike & Sharon O'Malley aboard "My Sharona" (a 20' Robalo center console) tell the tales of their Great Loop adventure.
An essential link to anything a looper needs to know. Joining the group has been a phenomenal source of real time navigation and resources
I love the content. Last time I listened the audio quality was very ‘AM’
Lots of good useful information. The presenters are usually well informed and interesting. A must for anyone planning to do the Great Loop cruise. The podcast could benefit greatly from more professional production techniques. The sound quality is far below the level of other podcasts. The presenters are often left to ramble with no guidance from hosts. Something more scripted would allow a more coherent presentation. Also there are too many "hosts" who often interrupt each other and there guests. Whether it is the sound recording technology or voice quality, when the host named Janice speaks her voice is very loud and screechy, overpowering all others onthepodcast.