'On the Wind' is the evolution of Andy Schell's '59 North' podcast. The show is, quite simply, long-form conversations with sailors from around the world. 'On the Wind' (formerly called '59 Degrees North') is informal chats with people from around the world of sailing - tall ship captains, Cape Horners, sailing authors, Volvo Ocean Race skippers, yacht designers, family cruisers, Arctic adventurers and more. Plus the occasional rant on ocean safety or narrative stories about crossing big oceans in small sailboats. Our aim is to define what creates success in the sailing world and figure out how to accomplish dreams on the high seas.
Interviews and stories with real people about cruising and sailing
Sailing in the Mediterranean: Stories and Information
Capturing and sharing ocean sailing stories and adventures. The Ocean Sailing Podcast site is designed for people who love to cruise, race or explore the worlds oceans. Its also for those yet to experience the joy of sailing and those no longer able to cast off their dock lines and head for the open sea. Join now and subscribe free to our podcast episodes and show notes at http://oceansailingpodcast.com
The world’s biggest sailing website now has a podcast! The Sailing Anarchy Podcast brings you breaking news, long chats with sailing’s biggest characters, and in-depth analysis of the sport of sail racing. We talk Olympics, ocean racing, kiteboarding, foiling and much more with the best athletes and leaders in the sport. No time limits, no rules, and no preconceptions: Welcome to Anarchy!
The Sailing Rode is about sailboat cruising and travel. We share our lessons learned as we grow our sailing experience from local trailer sailors to global offshore sailors. We discuss our sailing travel adventures and feature marine and general products we use on our boat.
A sailing memoir written by seaman and adventurer Joshua Slocum, who was the first person to sail around the world alone, documents his epic solo circumnavigation. An international best-seller, the book became a great influence and inspiration to travelers from each corner of the globe. Additionally, Slocum is an example that through determination, courage and hard work any dream can easily become a reality. Written in a modern and conversational tone, the autobiographical account begins with Slocum’s description of his hometown of Nova Scotia and its maritime history. He illustrates the town as a maritime province of Canada, where many vessels have been carved and built from widespread spruce commonly found in the area. The author then goes on to tell of his dedication and hard work invested in rebuilding an old sloop which he subsequently named Spray. It was this tiny boat that accompanied Slocum on his monumental single-man voyage. The journey began in April 1895, when the adventurer set sail from Boston and traveled to various locations around the world, exploring the local nature, culture and meeting many interesting people along the way. The author recounts his experience through a sequence of adventures, most eminent being his encounter with pirates, an attack by indigenous locals and perilous occurrences at sea. Holding most appeal in the book is the fact that the voyage took place in a time without the comfort and security of modern technology, which only intensifies the excitement and emphasizes the true danger faced by Slocum in the many unpredictable situations he finds himself in. Apart from being an exceptional mariner, Slocum is an equally talented narrator, as he depicts events which are not only entertaining to read, but also hold great historical and cultural significance considering the time of his journey. Well written and engaging to the very last page, Sailing Alone Around the World is one of the finest examples of travel literature ever written.
We teamed up with Andy Rice and the best in class to deliver a Podcast series to help you make small changes to deliver big differences. Featuring interviews with owners, boat captains, pros and others, this series will give you the tips and insights needed to continue your improvement and enjoyment of your Farr 40.
We talk to the most interesting cruising sailors in the world and the adventures of the Slow Boat as it sails around the world part-time.
Get ready to experience the excitement of sailboat racing from home with this educational podcast series, based on raceQs' innovative 3D regatta replays. Watch interviews with expert sailors, learn new techniques, and learn how you can Race to Win at your next regatta. Podcasters analyze raceQs' 3D regatta replays and review racing tactics, rules, and winning strategies for all levels. The race replays used in this podcast are created using raceQs' free smart phone app. Do you have something to say about your last race? Are you an expert on the Rules? We invite all sailors to download the raceQs app and send us a link to your favorite race replay moments. We might interview your for our next episode!
Yachting TV is the only show for cruiser sailors. Each month we bring you the latest news, pilotage, features and essential sailing skills. Best of all it's free to view so log on now to www.yachtingtv.co.uk