We cast off the lines (or to be more exact, climbed up the ladder in a boat yard) to begin full-time cruising back in 2006. In this celebration of the 200th episode, we remember how it all started with old images and footage. And we pick out some highlights from the past five years.
One thing is for sure, Millie is a fighter and has a lot of love and support coming in from around the world. If anyone can beat what’s ailing her, Millie can.
There’s a lot of grinding and faring to be finished before we can apply the paint. But what do you do when the head painter gambles the money away and goes AWOL?
With over 2,000 video clips across 51 episodes over 13 months, our refit playlist is a big commitment to wade through, so in this 3-part series we separate out and talk about each job from beginning to end.
There are times when we have lost our mojo and sense of urgency over the past couple of months. Not being able to make long-term plans (even short and medium plans!) can weigh heavily…
In a cruising world dominated by catamarans and light-displacement boats the ketch rig seems almost antiquated among the YouTube generation. But if you’re serious about off-shore sailing, the ketch rig has proven its worth time and time again, even by today’s standards.