We met up with Caryn and Gary from s/v Illimite in Grand Cayman and they took us out to one of the most beautiful dive sites!
This is an in-depth video on how I installed my 300W solar system. I’m not advocating any particular vendor, just using what worked best for me.
Having trouble with your generator? Running funny, or not at all? It’s probably gum the in the carburetor. In this video I show you how to clean it out so it runs like new again.
I sailed solo for 7 days, rounding the western Cape of Cuba, and sat on the concrete in a plaza for 6+ hours to upload this. Enjoy!
The hardest, and best addition during the refit. THE hardtop vid. I couldn’t find anything like this while I needed it, so I hope it helps someone. Love, peace, and fair winds.
In this video I take you through the necessary steps to paint the nonskid on your boat. This is very important so you or your guests don’t slip.
Flew from Hawaii to Ft Myers, Florida to look at a catamaran, and ended up living there for 2 months while refitting and getting her ready for sea.
In this video we get a walkthrough on how to change the bands on your speargun. Good skill to have when sailing around the world.
Sailboat how-to video brought to you by sv Zingaro! In this episode I take you through everything I did to install a new tri-color masthead light.
Welcome to s/v Zingaro! This is an intro video, explaining what the channel is about. I will be putting out tons of new content very soon!
After a month I’m almost done with the refit. I took 6 days off, that makes 28 working-days I’ve been at this.
8-12 hour working days, plus cleanup, cooking, research, purchasing refit items, and editing video and I’m seriously exhausted.
Quick walkthrough three weeks into refit. She’s pretty trashed inside now, but necessary.
Happy to be complete with my first project on the boat – installing brand new Lewmar 50ST winches.
Well, it’s been 4 days of happy boat ownership so far. There’s something that happens to everyone when they get a boat.
Fortunately for us, private corporations can’t own the water (yet) so we can enjoy an opportunity to explore the wreckage.
Always the first thought, albeit not the first voiced, in anyone’s mind when I tell them I’m planning to go sailing to Tahiti on a catamaran is, “Where the hell did this idiot get the money??”