Sailing Yacht

Ep 21: How to sail close to the environment inexpensive





Remember to also see model two. . Made seven months later on even though crossing the Pacific

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  1. Without a doubt the best advice i have heard

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  2. I have a income of 1500.00 per month ..that enuf to get a berth around the world on a good boat ?

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  3. great video and words – concise

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  4. What would you guys say is the necessary equipment to do an ocean crossing? Fresh water maker, or will a tank of 600L do? Is a generator necessary? What type of safety equipment? My longest journeys are probably years ahead of me, but I just got the boat to do it with! Thanks for any helpful reply in advance.

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  5. If I understood right you calculated 35k per year to sail around the world including all the travelling expenses(not the boat)?
    I don't have any experience of sailing but I have experience of backpacking and I can live 9k$ a year.
    Do you sometimes have to use the marina and the anchoring isn't just possible allowed?
    Thanks. 🙂

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  6. good

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  7. The more comfort you forgo the cheaper it will be. The joys of cruising are different from the joys of life ashore, so if you truly want to sail, it would be in your bank account's best interest to choose a boat with as few amenities as possible, and just enjoy life aboard the boat, instead of spending all your time fixing electronics.

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  8. watch that boom

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  9. The priciest thing, I think, is the sail boat itself.

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  10. Great video 🙂

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  11. Hey huub…good video!!!

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  12. you filmed my boat ! i seen it in your drone footage in la cruz de guancastle !!!see you out there

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  13. Music was too loud.

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  14. Great video, concise, and interesting. I also had the same question another person had. "What makes a boat ocean worthy? I read your answer. You did not offer too much on the build of the boat. Are there things you look for beside the obvious rot and rust?

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  15. what is the smallest size boat you would recommend to sail around the world

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  16. If you plan to sail around the world and have zero exprience, it seems like you should crew a boat. Spend 2 months and learn as much as possible, then buy your own boat.

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  17. throwing shit in the water, really?!

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  18. I would like to thank you for sharing this info …I found it very helpful. I also just subscribed to you youtube channel…good luck

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  19. how do you know when a boat is ocean ready

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  20. What if you end up meeting a Captain Blight?

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  21. Thanks for a great video. I am interested in crewing and the web sites you use. Can you post some links here? Thanks 🙂

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  22. jolly good info!! thx!

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  23. Hi Huub,
    This is an excellent video! I've been using the media, YouTube, for a long time and this video is spot on! I've only pressed 'like the video' twice and this video is one of these! If you have a day with extra time, please visit my blog! I like to add you to my list of friends, with link and a small text about you…
    Greetings from Denmark,
    Christian

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  24. Appreciate the insight. Blue sky's to ya….

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  25. Hey great video! I was just wondering, what are your thoughts about the amel? Was she a slow boat? Is it too easy to crew on her? (making it boring, with the electric furling and all) for example? Does it makes sense for someone younger (27) to buy a boat like this if the person wanted to sail f.e. the african coast, or from holland to schotland f.e.. I just love the clean decks on this boat but im thinking maybe its a boat for people who are a bit older? Let me know what your thoughts are on this. I'm in love with these boats. Greetings and fair winds!

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  26. good video

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  27. Excellent I get concerned when inexperienced sailors spend tens of thousands of dollars on boats they know nothing about. Being crew on different boats for a few months would be a better way of finding the best fit in terms of boat size and type!

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  28. Nice video, good info for now!! just starting the 5 year plan

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  29. Good vid, thanks

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  30. excelente video !, muy buenos datos para quienes nos gustaría aventurarnos! gracias.

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  31. Really enjoyed the video, as a non sailor I was wondering what the extra costs would be to take a cruising boat and make it ready to cross an ocean? in the video you said it would be very costly to do so.

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  32. thank you.

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  33. thank you. ill see you guys out there.

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  34. Great stuff man.

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  35. Good info! your links to patreon and instagram on your ABOUT page don't work.

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  36. What do you think about steel hull to fiberglass ?

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  37. I wouldn't pay to crew. I'm there to help run the boat, and stand watches. That's the contribution. Paying someone else for my labor is backwards.

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  38. great episode 👌👍👍😆 I found this a very helpful simple and concise video thanks for sharing . have just subscribe to you today have been following a lot of cruising boats. Great you made this for us still planning our dreams😅

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  39. Thank you for the informative video. Really enjoyed hearing your point of view regarding cost effective sailing. We are equipping a 32 foot Aloha for an inexpensive cruise. I have often thought that she would be fine for offshore sailing across oceans but some do not agree with me. She is very similar to your boat except with a higher displacement ratio so I am wondering where you have taken her and where you are planning on taking her….oh….and I am Dutch as well so I am loving the emphasis on economy….LOL

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  40. Thanks for your vlog. I recently purchased a pearson 323. How do you like yours for cruising? How far do you plan on going?

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  41. Here it is mate. https://www.facebook.com/groups/sailboatyacht/

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  42. Great video,,, very informative,,,,very cool !

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