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YouTube Sailing Vlogs....or whatever you call them


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Wife and I have been watching Sailing Vlogs/Blogs or Vids or?? not sure what you call them. In fact we haven't watched regular TV for ages now. It's mostly Youtube or Netflix. We especially enjoy the Oz folk, as they are more "real" to us than any of the American ones. We started off with La Vagabond, but they have become a little too...errr......"professional" now so the shine has gone off them. We have really enjoyed Free Range Sailing. A very unpretentious couple in a simple Boat that has started off from Perth and sailed up the west side to the top of Oz and down the East side. Stunning scenery I so want to go see and they are really knowledgable about the animals/fish/reafs and history as well as the guy being great with fixing stuff or how too's while out on the water. Anyway......
       This morning I stumbled on a Kiwi Family and that got me wondering how many more are on Youtube. Kiwis seem to be really hard to find. Maybe we don't have that "entertainment" factor that the Americans do and so don't get the hits and thus youtube promotion of " suggested video's"
SO......Does any Crew Member either have a Vlog or know of any Kiwi Vlogs?

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Assume you're talking about Cruising Kiwi's as the family?

There is Parlay Revival which is a kiwi guy who bought a cat after Hurricane Katrina had blown through, he's quite interesting, works and an inganeer on superyachts to make extra money but also rebuilt Parlay.

 

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On 15/02/2021 at 7:45 AM, splashprincess said:

Not local (a Norwegian sailing in the North Atlantic) but this guy shoots amazing video: 

https://www.youtube.com/user/kjolevannspumpe

Erik Aanderaa is a solo sailor, and these videos have amazing scenery and are incredibly well filmed and edited. Now I want to go visit the Faroe Islands! 

Yup this guy is standout and my favourite by far. In his own words "Saving you from more snorkeling and bikinis in the Caribbean".

I'm going to buy a NBJS t-shirt in fact!

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Hi there,

My partner and I have a YouTube channel where we sharing our adventures aboard our H28 M’Chana. We are currently in Marlborough sounds. You can check it out, cheers 

Tanguy

https://youtube.com/channel/UCMHT2GU2TrJnlvhDvJlKRRg

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On 18/02/2021 at 2:09 PM, weap10 said:

We've done a couple of vids of our recent trip from Picton up the west coast.  

 

 

That was quite cool too.

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Hello,

My wife, dog, and I have recently bought a boat here in NZ.  We are still relatively new to sailing but we are keeping a vlog for memories and family back home in the USA.  Check out our channel if you want to come along for the adventure!  We are not kiwis but we are permanent residents.  

https://youtu.be/NwwxcsZYOX8

 

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This caught my eye after watching the ones posted. The interesting part was tipping the growth back in to the sea,apperently in Victoria and in line with Ema guidelines.Yet we must dispose on land??

 

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