Sailing Yacht

How to sail all around the planet with zero encounter and no gas?





Have you at any time dreamed about heading on a tropical island. Laying down on the seaside and owning a coconut consume.
Very well me much too.
My title is Pauli Juppi and I’m a filmmaker from Finland.
My strategy is to sail all around the planet and make a documentary film about it.
The plan is to be as self enough and green as achievable. So the boat is heading to use electric powered motors and generate all the energy that I have to have from the sunshine and the wind.
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24 comments

  1. I'm not sure he is cut out for the tropics!⛄️❄️

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  2. Best wishes and good fortune. You need lithium batteries and a hydro generator too!

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  3. His voice "I think it is frozen" hahaha!

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  4. You are a great film maker for sure. Oh. Funny as hell as well.

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  5. Lyn and Larry Pardey did it 7 times with no motor ! Can't get greener then that ! I Wish you luck old mate

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  6. I guess there must be a mermaid down there….

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  7. good stuff man! Sailing is is easy as long as you prepare and go carefully, everything you need to know you can learn from reading and practising. you can also go with no engine at all. many have done that. personally I like to have one, but have sailed years without. It makes you a better sailor. the more you do it the more at home you become at sea. need to have good tools and know how to use them, you'll learn to fix anything that breaks soon enough! the book written by Nigel Calder, boat maintenance and electrical systems is the best and you should take it with you! 5 k a year for one single guy is a possible minimum budget. if you fish a lot and buy all your gear second hand. keeping it simple is the way forward. All kinds of people will tell you what you need, but you can keep it really basic and be fine. I learned that most things i dont need! just go (i am sure you will!) and it will all sort itself out. everyone will want to help you along the way!

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  8. Damn near exactly what I want to do! What boat are you using? I've been looking at smaller boats than I probably should use for ocean crossing… lols!

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  9. What would the world be like without crazy Fins? Dull, that's what. Don't know you buddy, but already love ya!

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  10. I'd love to go

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  11. Good luck! I highly recommend looking in to something that can generate forward thrust (and electricity) from the up and down motion of your boat. And, perhaps you would like a Small Water plane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) design instead of a monohull.

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  12. Crazy Fins 😛

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  13. Poor guy he is freezing lol

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  14. Hey Pauli,  I sailed from Ecuador to South Africa under sail with my brother on two 130 Watt solar panels.  The only fuel we burnt was gasoline to wake board behind a 30hp dinghy.  I'd like to say we were green by motive but our engine ceased in panama and we rebuilt it in South Africa a year later.  If you have the will to achieve, you will be fine.
    Good luck my friend,
    Chad

    http://www.sailbrokencompass.com

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  15. I'm doing the same only a small diesel too maybe that's cheating but I fear getting stuck w/o power due to conditions than can cause overcast doldrums for days 

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  16. Amazing video! 🙂

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  17. lovely crazy wild!!! ill paint you sailing :))

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  18. Here's quick and rough update video for my sailing plan. I'll make the next one more detailed and slick 😀 http://youtu.be/80wcz_0MwQc

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  19. Good luck if you make it to Australia I would like to join your mission 🙂 I would like to do the same

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  20.  
    hey there im in the Canadian navy and an impotent thing to prepare for is if your ship takes damage this could be from a fire to a flood also thoroughly inspect your hull for any damages  you should keep a few fire extinguishers on board for all class fires probably a good idea to get wooden plugs and rags with a hammer to plug any holes you get your also going to need a way to remove the water once you have slowed it down with the plugs and rags depending on your budget you can get a educator to suck the water out over the side of the ship a battery that runs off of solar power or have some back up fuel with a genertator on board  while you work on  a permanent fix for the damage once again depending on budget this one is a bit more expensive but a sea water desalination system to make fresh water because or you could load up on bottled water and refill at every port you go to anyways those are some pretty good priorities to have before sailing of course there are many others if u got any other questions fell free to message me cheers and good luck.

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  21. I am doctor who is keen sailor: I can give u advice regarding medical matters. You need to prepare for all eventually including hypothermia as you are swimming in the ice. If you think I will be use to you write to me. U definitely need help/advice regarding many matters. At least make sure your tetanus is up to date. How to deal with lacerations, diarrhoea, dehydrations, drowning etc. All the best with your advantage. 

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  22. can i go with you ?

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  23. awsome ! good luck 😀 unfortunately i have no ideas at this point in time 🙁

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  24. Best wishes from France, mate !

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