25 thoughts on “Ep. 1 Sailing Around the World (Sailing La Vagabonde) Intro & Sailing Turkey”

  1. Hello World.
    Without major setback we should be in the Caribbean by the end of Feb and
    would like to invite people to come along with us for week long adventures.
    If your interested in learning to sail, or just want to relax in the sun
    send an email to sailinglavagabonde@gmail.com and we will get back to you
    with details.
    Grathias (were in spain!)
    Elayna and Riley.

  2. You guys are living the dream! Nice to see a younger couple doing some
    world cruising for once and living in the moment, not being so caught up in
    jobs/careers. Im heading off on my first Sydney Hobart race tomorrow! Merry
    christmas to you both happy cruising I will be keeping an eye out for your

  3. That looks nice!
    I want to build my own boat though, adding all the luxuries I want and need.
    I also want spring assisted hydrofoils and everything I need to actually
    make electricity, not only via solar cells, but also from the forces
    provided by the water, which then again can be utillized to make power,
    power I can use to make hydrogen, which then again can be used for either
    propulsion by the engine or as a heating source for making food.
    Sounds good, doesn’t it?
    I tend to get a bit carried away with these ideas, but you could use this
    for your next trip.
    And your company makes me jealous, I wish I could have a pretty girl like
    that as well… which could happen anytime in the future.
    Have fun =)

  4. What is the terminal velocity of a swallow? African or European? What…
    I don’t know…. Sproing…. I love Monty Python….

  5. Great video. Produce more video with more detail, with more wide angle
    record and with better sound please…

  6. Sounds like it’s going to be an amazing sailing adventure. Looking forward
    to following you on it.

  7. Great video and excellent beginning! You were really lucky with that
    tender being caught on the rocks and not drifting away. What do you think
    of Turkish port formalities? Manageable? 

  8. Just supported this project on Patreon (if you haven’t already, give a buck
    or two to the cause per episode here: https://www.patreon.com/LaVagabonde).
    Keep up the amazing work. Thanks for documenting your adventure – I
    appreciate your style. 

  9. Hey guys! This is so sick!!! I’m currently fixing up a boat right now in
    Bermuda to start sailing hopefully within the next year, also with very
    little knowledge or experience. Are there any good books or videos you can
    recommend that helped you out with the learning process? Thanks! Stoked to
    see more!

  10. Just watched your first installment, loved it.
    Im refitting Peregrina, a Morgan 382 and hope to leave Eastern Long
    Island, (USA) next November, after the hurricane season. Cant wait to see
    more of your adventures.
    Hit me up if your anywhere near NYC after you cross, Ill buy you both a

  11. My family (wife, 3 kids) start our adventure next September. Our boat is
    patiently waiting while we detangle from regular life.

    For now, I will live vicariously through the 2 of you. 

  12. Beautiful boat! I am following your journey and look forward to your
    Caribbean arrival. I got the sailing bug in 2009 in St. Lucia and sailed
    for the first time with a few folks up to Anguilla. We were on a similar
    boat in size a Sun Odyssey 45. Hope you are both having a great experience.

  13. Looks like you guys are having fun! Your boat is my boats big sister name

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  15. Nice boat, but I must admit, to act so impetuously about the purchase with
    no due process says trust fund kid to me. Or incoherence. It’s fine, you’re
    “kept.” It’s a great thing. I guess I just find it amazing how people who
    have no technical knowledge about vessels, sailing, or anything really,
    have never worked a day in their lives, are able to just buy and do things
    on a whim like that. It must be an amazing feeling to hand over unearned
    money and get a Beneteau, and a top of the line one with two wheels. It’s
    pretty. I have been sailing my entire life, but on shit boats my family
    could barely afford. I have scrimped and saved, and yet still can’t afford
    a decent boat. Trying to get into a Tartan 37 myself. I guess I am jealous,
    and that is pathetic, I know.. I read and read and read about boats,
    sailing, world traveling. I mean, my whole life since I was a boy. And yet,
    I am stuck behind a computer with fluorescent lights sucking those wondrous
    dreams of starry ocean nights out of my head all day, getting yelled at by
    managers who do so because it gives them purpose, solving problems for
    ungrateful assholes. All day, every day, inside a cube. You can’t even see
    the sky where I live at night. I know, whoa is me. It’s just amazing, the
    lives some people lead. Get popped out, handed a fortune somehow, and the
    world is their oyster. Luck is a hell of a thing.

  16. LMAO!! “This is the wardrobe now, But, this is where you stick little
    children.” OH F!! That was funny.

  17. This is awesome, we are going to come see you guys some day, on our
    Beneteau Cyclades 39.3 … we are doing the same thing you guys did. We are
    buying this boat with no experience whatsoever and planning to go down the
    East Coast of the USA from Lake Champlain, Québec/NY, all the way down to
    the Caribbean

  18. Hey you two,ive watched alot of vids on youtube ,youve captured something
    great,appreciate what you shared ….

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