Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
Sorry iPhone/iPad users, we are still waiting on Apple. :(Click the X in the upper right corner to make this go away
sam is the ******* man. truly the best attitude anyone could have, incredibly independent and resourceful, about as minimalist as you can get while still doing everything "right". if theres anyone of these youtube vloggers id buy a beer for or buy a shirt from, its him.I might have mentioned Kevin Boothby before.
How to sail Oceans. Engineless serious sailing.
Also Sam Holmes Sailing . Has just finished a pretty extensive cruise of the East coast of the U.S. A lot of serious night sailing. Along with a great attitude.
Roger Barnes. Small boat cruising on the rivers and coast of Brittany.
I did watch for a while. One good thing I got out of the doodles was Taylor, who has her own channel Taylor's Travels. 21 years old, she just bought a 38 foot boat on her own and headed down the ICW from New York in the late fall. She is still a little green but very keen and seems to be really enjoying the sailing life.Gladly no one mentioned the "Doodle Channel"!
I agree, Glen and Oana are really great! They both crack me up. I like the way Glen does an overview of their destinations before actually showing the content. I guess I like his organization and production quality and he goes into lot of great detail on certain topics, which I like. Most of the others try to make their content look like it is more spontaneous, even though we know it is not. They (Glen & Oana) don't do a lot of athletic stuff, though. They are pretty much tied down to showing the sites and occasionally getting on a bike. Sue and I really do enjoy the bloggers whom are more active. We most like to see the activities and places that sailing leads them to ... more so than the sailing itself. It's what we like most about sailing. The sailing itself is one thing, but it's not the only thing! I could never watch endless loops of sailboats doing nothing but sailing and Sue would never sit still for it either (she would tell me to call her when they get somewhere )well good morning tom. i had to look up a couple of your words,
i too enjoy videos about sailing. hiking and snorkeling are not my thing to watch. just me. i enjoy this couple and their videos. this particular one is about a run i have made a few times myself. i like that they sail. they get lots of sail in the air. the are skilled. they have a sweet vessel. enjoy, jon
I hear you, the ads really are getting intrusive and if unchecked, they will chase people away. I always keep in mind that if you want content to watch, it has to be paid for somehow. There has to be a balance, though.I used to watch several (actually surprised Zatara has only been mentioned twice so far). But, I have to agree with others about YT and the ads. Late December I decided I was tired of clicking 'skip ad' every minute or so and canceled all subscriptions, closed my account and haven't looked back.
I watch Youtube on my computer connected to my tv. I use Adblock in this configuration, I've never seen a Youtube ad!I used to watch several (actually surprised Zatara has only been mentioned twice so far). But, I have to agree with others about YT and the ads. Late December I decided I was tired of clicking 'skip ad' every minute or so and canceled all subscriptions, closed my account and haven't looked back. I did send a few of them emails asking to post their content on Rumble, but so far the Z-crew are the only ones who've done so. I like them because they are entertaining, and Keith reminds me a bit of myself.
So far, the only yt channel that I really miss watching is Essential Craftsman.
There are alternative apps for android phones that block ads. I havent seen a youtube ad in years. TV, phone or laptop.I have to agree with others about YT and the ads. Late December I decided I was tired of clicking 'skip ad' every minute or so and canceled all subscriptions, closed my account and haven't looked back