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The Bonnie Boat Sailing Podcast

The Bonnie Boat

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The Bonnie Boat Sailing Podcast
The Bonnie Boat Sailing Podcast

The Bonnie Boat Sailing Podcast

The Bonnie Boat

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Greetings internet user! This podcast is an excuse to pick the brains of seasoned sailors and an attempt to distill the experience of others for the benefit of you the listener, as well as my own. I’m interested in talking to sailors about their motivations, their techniques and experiences, and their reasons for spending time on the water. I hope you’ll check it out and enjoy!

Latest Episodes

≈Sean D'Epagnier≈

ESean D'Epagnier has been sailing the world aboard his engine-less Bristol 27 "Alexandra" for the 8 years. Heading west from California and Mexico, he crossed the Pacific, the Indian, and the Atlantic Oceans with many fabled landfalls along the way. He is also the creator of Pypilot- an open source marine autopilot designed to make autopilots more affordable, modular, and collaborative in the spirit of OpenCPN, a project he is also involved in.

42 MIN2 weeks ago
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≈Sean D'Epagnier≈

≈Sailing with the Litzenbergers≈

EBreena and Spencer Litzenberger have been sailing on both coasts for the past 6 or 7 years aboard a number of different boats- they’ve sailed in the pacific northwest aboard a plywood trimaran, through the Bahamas aboard a few different vessels, and up from Gueatemala to Florida aboard an old steel Bruce Roberts Spray. They also host a hilarious podcast called Litzenberger’s Sailing Podcastwhere they talk about about buying and selling boats, the realities of living aboard, and their adventures under sail. For this episode they turned the tables on yours truly, so head check out their podcast for the first half of this conversation. They also have a TouTube channel called "Sailing with the Litzenbers," and they are currently trying to sell off all their worldly possessions to try and get into their next boat. Check it out eh?

44 MINAUG 30
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≈Sailing with the Litzenbergers≈

≈Return to Seasons≈

Today's episode features Jeffery and Margaret of the Tayana 37 “Bear.” I met Jeffery while we were both crewing, on separate boats, in the Caribbean 1500 in 2016. He and Margaret have been cruising New England during the summers and this past year took off from the Chesapeake offshore to the Virgin Islands. They share their experience in getting the boat ready, some reflections on the appeal and allure of living and travelling aboard a sailboat, and some anecdotes from some of the many places they’ve visited.

53 MINAUG 1
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≈Return to Seasons≈

≈Delmarva Loop≈

Jason Jernigan recently completed a loop of the Delmarva peninsula aboard his Alberg 30 as a shakedown in preparation for an upcoming global circumnavigation. We discuss his approach for sailing solo, the preparations he is making to the boat and his gear, and he offers insight and reflections on his sailing experiences past and present. Jason can be found online on Facebook at Jason's Sailing Adventures.

56 MINJUL 1
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≈Delmarva Loop≈

≈Ode to Chainsaw Charlie≈

No interview today, just some reflections on an interesting character observed on the water and a quick retrospection on the past year of podcasts.

8 MINJUN 1
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≈Ode to Chainsaw Charlie≈

≈Shooting the Breeze≈

Jeffrey Wettig is the host of the "Shooting the Breeze" sailing podcast. Jeffrey is one of the original sailing podcasters, and is all-round interesting guy. We talk about some of his sailing adventures on Chesapeake Bay, some lessons he’s learned through owning a number of different boats, our thoughts on the future of the used sailboat market, and some sailing goals and aspirations. Jeffery has been a big inspiration for me, and I’ve been a longtime fan of his podcast, so it was really cool to be able to speak with him. Enjoy!

68 MINMAY 1
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≈Shooting the Breeze≈

≈Sailing Millennial Falcon≈

Khiara and Adam are sailing the Caribbean aboard their Tayana 42 the "Millennial Falcon." They sailed from the West Coast of Florida island, hopping down to Grenada in their first season, and I spoke to them while they were at anchor in St Martin. We talk about their boat buying process, some of the challenges they’ve faced, and the lure of living on the water. They also have an excellent YouTube channel where they’ve been documenting their travels and can be found on their website as well athttps://sailingmillennialfalcon.com/

64 MINAPR 1
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≈Sailing Millennial Falcon≈

≈Bluewater on a Budget≈

James Elfers is a yacht surveyor, buyer's broker, and the author of "Bluewater Sailing on a Budget." Jim talks with me about insights he's gained through his work as a delivery captain, his experience overseas during the heyday of Taiwanese boatbuilding, and his goal of helping sailors navigate the boat-buying process. We dig intopitfalls to watch out for when looking at boats, strategy for negotiating purchase price, the process of a marine survey, and some special considerations for older boats in particular.Jim's book can be found on Amazonand his surveying business is called Mandalay Marine, based out of the Bay area in California.

49 MINMAR 1
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≈Bluewater on a Budget≈

≈Fishing for Sailors≈

Jared Lawson was the best man at my wedding, is my partner in aquaculture, my long-time musical compatriot, and for purposes of this podcast, a meticulous and enthusiastic fisherman. We talk about fishing Chesapeake Bay, some thoughts for fishing along the ICW, bait and rigging styles, as well as techniques for cleaning fish. Jared shares advice for the rank amateur (me), but also has a breadth of knowledge that will be of interest to anyone with a penchant for dipping a line.

70 MINFEB 1
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≈Fishing for Sailors≈

≈ #increasethefleet ≈

EJason Clark and Kirsten Austin are a couple of adventurous Mainers who have been sailing the East Coast since 2013. We talk about crossing to the Bahamas, serial boat ownership, the proper way to prepare lobster, and the inevitable headaches associated with marine toilets. We also shared some good laughs with good friends. Enjoy the episode and Happy New Year!

-1 sJAN 2
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≈ #increasethefleet ≈

Latest Episodes

≈Sean D'Epagnier≈

ESean D'Epagnier has been sailing the world aboard his engine-less Bristol 27 "Alexandra" for the 8 years. Heading west from California and Mexico, he crossed the Pacific, the Indian, and the Atlantic Oceans with many fabled landfalls along the way. He is also the creator of Pypilot- an open source marine autopilot designed to make autopilots more affordable, modular, and collaborative in the spirit of OpenCPN, a project he is also involved in.

42 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
≈Sean D'Epagnier≈

≈Sailing with the Litzenbergers≈

EBreena and Spencer Litzenberger have been sailing on both coasts for the past 6 or 7 years aboard a number of different boats- they’ve sailed in the pacific northwest aboard a plywood trimaran, through the Bahamas aboard a few different vessels, and up from Gueatemala to Florida aboard an old steel Bruce Roberts Spray. They also host a hilarious podcast called Litzenberger’s Sailing Podcastwhere they talk about about buying and selling boats, the realities of living aboard, and their adventures under sail. For this episode they turned the tables on yours truly, so head check out their podcast for the first half of this conversation. They also have a TouTube channel called "Sailing with the Litzenbers," and they are currently trying to sell off all their worldly possessions to try and get into their next boat. Check it out eh?

44 MINAUG 30
Comments
≈Sailing with the Litzenbergers≈

≈Return to Seasons≈

Today's episode features Jeffery and Margaret of the Tayana 37 “Bear.” I met Jeffery while we were both crewing, on separate boats, in the Caribbean 1500 in 2016. He and Margaret have been cruising New England during the summers and this past year took off from the Chesapeake offshore to the Virgin Islands. They share their experience in getting the boat ready, some reflections on the appeal and allure of living and travelling aboard a sailboat, and some anecdotes from some of the many places they’ve visited.

53 MINAUG 1
Comments
≈Return to Seasons≈

≈Delmarva Loop≈

Jason Jernigan recently completed a loop of the Delmarva peninsula aboard his Alberg 30 as a shakedown in preparation for an upcoming global circumnavigation. We discuss his approach for sailing solo, the preparations he is making to the boat and his gear, and he offers insight and reflections on his sailing experiences past and present. Jason can be found online on Facebook at Jason's Sailing Adventures.

56 MINJUL 1
Comments
≈Delmarva Loop≈

≈Ode to Chainsaw Charlie≈

No interview today, just some reflections on an interesting character observed on the water and a quick retrospection on the past year of podcasts.

8 MINJUN 1
Comments
≈Ode to Chainsaw Charlie≈

≈Shooting the Breeze≈

Jeffrey Wettig is the host of the "Shooting the Breeze" sailing podcast. Jeffrey is one of the original sailing podcasters, and is all-round interesting guy. We talk about some of his sailing adventures on Chesapeake Bay, some lessons he’s learned through owning a number of different boats, our thoughts on the future of the used sailboat market, and some sailing goals and aspirations. Jeffery has been a big inspiration for me, and I’ve been a longtime fan of his podcast, so it was really cool to be able to speak with him. Enjoy!

68 MINMAY 1
Comments
≈Shooting the Breeze≈

≈Sailing Millennial Falcon≈

Khiara and Adam are sailing the Caribbean aboard their Tayana 42 the "Millennial Falcon." They sailed from the West Coast of Florida island, hopping down to Grenada in their first season, and I spoke to them while they were at anchor in St Martin. We talk about their boat buying process, some of the challenges they’ve faced, and the lure of living on the water. They also have an excellent YouTube channel where they’ve been documenting their travels and can be found on their website as well athttps://sailingmillennialfalcon.com/

64 MINAPR 1
Comments
≈Sailing Millennial Falcon≈

≈Bluewater on a Budget≈

James Elfers is a yacht surveyor, buyer's broker, and the author of "Bluewater Sailing on a Budget." Jim talks with me about insights he's gained through his work as a delivery captain, his experience overseas during the heyday of Taiwanese boatbuilding, and his goal of helping sailors navigate the boat-buying process. We dig intopitfalls to watch out for when looking at boats, strategy for negotiating purchase price, the process of a marine survey, and some special considerations for older boats in particular.Jim's book can be found on Amazonand his surveying business is called Mandalay Marine, based out of the Bay area in California.

49 MINMAR 1
Comments
≈Bluewater on a Budget≈

≈Fishing for Sailors≈

Jared Lawson was the best man at my wedding, is my partner in aquaculture, my long-time musical compatriot, and for purposes of this podcast, a meticulous and enthusiastic fisherman. We talk about fishing Chesapeake Bay, some thoughts for fishing along the ICW, bait and rigging styles, as well as techniques for cleaning fish. Jared shares advice for the rank amateur (me), but also has a breadth of knowledge that will be of interest to anyone with a penchant for dipping a line.

70 MINFEB 1
Comments
≈Fishing for Sailors≈

≈ #increasethefleet ≈

EJason Clark and Kirsten Austin are a couple of adventurous Mainers who have been sailing the East Coast since 2013. We talk about crossing to the Bahamas, serial boat ownership, the proper way to prepare lobster, and the inevitable headaches associated with marine toilets. We also shared some good laughs with good friends. Enjoy the episode and Happy New Year!

-1 sJAN 2
Comments
≈ #increasethefleet ≈