Livestream from a cyber cafe in Moorea (French Polynesia). It’s going to be about our time in Ecuador (where we are in the Episodes). We’re talking about sailing plans plus some special announcements!
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So much action in this episode! Spearfishing, shark fishing, storm sailing, and sweet sweet sailing. If you’ve got the itch to cut the lines and head offshore, this episode will do it for you.
Kim’s first time in the USA! We leave the boat in a Panamanian river and go home for a few weeks to get parts and attend a wedding.
After we visited a local school for inner-city kids affected by the drug cartel, we were so touched, that we decided to pledge our video’s earnings to them.
We discover the small, packed, island Santa Cruz del Islote – the most populated island on earth! We meet the local leader of the youth environmental club.
Again we hit some major milestones: first ride with new sails, 2 million views on YouTube, 500k views episode 12
About our second attempt to sail to Jamaica and about our second failure. Building a rudder on the beach and other fun stuff to do in Cayman Brac.
We’re giving back to the community that has made this adventure possible. We hit some major milestones this month: 1 million views, 20,000 subsribers, the Pacific.
It’s boat tour time. This one will be a bit different than most, as I’ve already given a tour of the layout.
Kris (one of our first supporters on Patreon) came down to Grand Cayman to sail to Jamaica with us. With our new rudder we let the wind fill our sails and GO!
We lost our rudder off the coast of the Cayman Islands, so Captain James had to build another. A HUGE thank you to our Caymanian friends!
S/v Zingaro makes it to Cayman Islands, and we take it easy with a little kiteboarding and diving. The Kittiwake was a really cool wreck to dive, and Kimmi’s first freedive! She did amazing! Little fish. After that’s all over we realize we’ve got a little problem …
Livin la Vida Broka is our new format, all about living on the cheap and the necessary skillset to cruise on a sailboat. In the first LVB video, we show you how to save a couple bucks with making bridles out of your own lines.
Sailing Zingaro live from Bocas Del Toro, Panama!! A little update on the trip schedule, announcement on the new sails.
I broke two of the biggest pieces of my boat. In this video you’ll learn the method I used to rebuild my broken daggerboards.
We sail to Cozumel, Tulum, and Punta Allen – beautiful diving on the way. Then we ground the boat
Sailing Zingaro Live: Learn about the plan where to go after seeing the Caribbean by boat and how it feels to leave the boat for the first time .
The Zingaro Crew left the wonderful Cuban waters to see the Cayman Islands and happened to meet a very special man.
The public transportation in Panama is old schoolbuses, back from primary school days.