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Old 11-21-2019, 08:30 PM   #1
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Favorite Youtube Channels

What are some of your favorite channels, trawler/marine related that are your favorites?

I'll go first:

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Old 11-22-2019, 08:36 AM   #2
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:54 AM   #3
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:58 AM   #4
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This list leaves out the dozen or so sailing/cruising Vlogs we watch, but here are the general boating and powerboat channels we frequent.

BoatTEST.com
Trying Not To Sink
Boatwork Today
Cruising Sea Venture
JeffHK
MV Freedom
Pacific Yacht Systems
Technomadia
Sampson Boat Co.
Searching For C-Shels
Super Yacht Captain

Bonus: How To Drink

EDIT (adding sailing channels anyway):
Cruising Off Duty
Gone With The Wynns
Jetty The Gypsy
Lady K Sailing
MJ Sailing
Nick O'Kelly
RAN Sailing
Rigging Doctor
Sailboat Story
Sailing Project Atticus
Sailing Satori
Sailing Soulianis
SV Delos
Sailing Uma
Sailing Yacht Ruby Rose
See Little Things
Shaun & Julia Sailing
Tula's Endlass Summer
Wicked Salty

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Nordhavn 52 owner midway through a circumnavigation who is uber-techie. Also has a YouTube channel, but best material are blogs on their website.

https://www.kensblog.com/

Ken has been blogging for a very long time, first on a N62, then a N64, and is now having a GB 60-something built. He's amazingly prolific and candid about his decisions, mistakes, etc. Not a YouTube channel, but really good content.
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Old 11-22-2019, 11:10 AM   #7
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I forgot to mention MJ sailing, Bums on a boat, sailing solianis, and Lady I sailing.

We passed Lady K sailing on the ICW on our way down from Connecticut
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Old 11-22-2019, 11:13 AM   #8
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Thanks for this thread. I love boating blogs and YouTube channels. A couple I don't see listed yet are following. Both of these channels are covering their Great Loop cruise this year.

https://www.youtube.com/user/seattleboatguy

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC59...x-ymEDqSO8I94Q

Both of them have blogs as well:

seattleboatguy home page

https://www.whatyachttodo.com/
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Old 11-22-2019, 05:29 PM   #10
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Most of the ones I follow are already listed. Ruby Rose, Gone with the Wynns, Project Atticus, Uma, Soulianis, etc... Sampson Boat Co is also excellent.

One that isnít listed that I really love is Sailing Bora Bora. A really lovely British couple sailing around the Atlantic with an interesting older boat, and a modest budget.
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Old 11-22-2019, 05:33 PM   #11
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:29 PM   #12
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Dangar Marine https://youtu.be/cWw4YaY5WSE
Is an Australian guy renovating a small steel trawler

Project Brupeg https://youtu.be/99eLYWWBFF0
Another Australian, a couple, rebuilding a sunken steel trawler

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Once again, another great thread for us all...There was an older version but there is always new content out there.

Most of mine are already here, with the exception of Onboard Lifestyle:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCox...w7J-fOmScQuJ2A

This couple has refurbished a 43 ft sailing catamaran while living on it in Lake Union in Seattle, but most of the videos are Teal showing his skill and OCD in the many refit projects he's done on the boat. A lot of great ideas for anyone looking at updates on their older boat. The videos culminate with them just setting sail this summer - they are headed south down the west coast this fall.
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Once again, another great thread for us all...There was an older version but there is always new content out there.

Most of mine are already here, with the exception of Onboard Lifestyle:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCox...w7J-fOmScQuJ2A

This couple has refurbished a 43 ft sailing catamaran while living on it in Lake Union in Seattle, but most of the videos are Teal showing his skill and OCD in the many refit projects he's done on the boat. A lot of great ideas for anyone looking at updates on their older boat. The videos culminate with them just setting sail this summer - they are headed south down the west coast this fall.
Yes this is a favorite of mine as well! Nice family! Now that they are moving, Iím watching and learning the pros and cons of the stops they make along the Washington coast.
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One of my favorites lately is Sailing Florence. Young British couple sailing around the world. Well done, practical, well paced.
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I would watch these two youtubers even if they didn't have a boat.
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Add Acorn to Arabella. 2 young guys building a wooden sailboat from scratch. Cutting down the trees (on one guy's farm in NE USA), making lumber, forging fittings, etc. Well done videos too.

Ditto on Boatworks Today, Salt and Tar, and Sampson Boat Works (Talley Ho - rebuilding early 1900's English pilot cutter.
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A lot of my favorites already listed but what about...

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Dangar Marine https://youtu.be/cWw4YaY5WSE
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Project Brupeg https://youtu.be/99eLYWWBFF0
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I don't know exactly why the Dangar Marine channel has kept my attention, but I do enjoy it. Maybe it is the DIY aspects of the steel medium he is working with, something I have only witnessed professionals messing about with. Or maybe it is the seeming naive dream he has about hunting and filming wrecks with this 30-foot utility vessel which he completely gutted including the old 4-cylinder Detroit propulsion motor for complete rebuild.
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