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David Anderson
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Podcasting from Noosa, Queensland Australia
Podcasting from Noosa, Queensland Australia

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A great story about Louis Hoock and the path that took him from student to expedition leader to NOAA to Whale watching tours to Alaska Adventure Sailing.
I really would like to see a bear...

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I caught up with Matt Rutherford and heard about how things are going with Ocean Research Project.

He was also able to tell me a little about Manu (pictured below) who was rescued from his yacht in the Bering Sea after his yacht suffered damage in a storm.

Please support the show on Patreon so we can keep the episodes coming out - www.patreon.com/sailing

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We have created our Patreon page to give you the opportunity to support The Sailing Podcast and keep it coming out regularly

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Carolyn joins me on the podcast to answer some listener questions about cooking and provisioning on your yacht. You can find the Sailing Podcast app in both iTunes and Google Play. You can find Carolyn at theboatgalley.com

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Carina and I were down at the beach on the weekend trying to shoot a short video together. We didn't end up getting a clean version recorded but the out-take reel should be funny to watch.
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Episode with Riley and Elayna of Sailing La Vagabonde. We talk about how they chose a yacht, found each other, and how their YouTube audience is supporting them on Patreon - www.patreon.com/lavagabonde

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Some great pictures by +Daniel Peter restoring his Cal 20
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Congratulations Kyle and Shelley. I read the post out to Carina, pretending I was as romantic as you.

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I interviewed Franz Amussen in Episdoe 52 of The Sailing Podcast. Franz, of www.medsailor.com, decided to build a Bristol Channel Cutter after being inspired by Lin and Larry Pardey. After spending some time in the San Juan Islands he sailed over the to Mediterranean and has spent the last 17 years travelling back and forth for sailing adventures.
You can follow The Sailing Podcast using our app for iPhone or iPad - look for it in the app store.

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I spoke with Franz Amussen in Episode 52 of The Sailing Podcast. Franz, of www.medsailor.com, decided to build a Bristol Channel Cutter after being inspired by Lin and Larry Pardey. After spending some time in the San Juan Islands he sailed over the to Mediterranean and has spent the last 17 years travelling back and forth for sailing adventures.
You can follow The Sailing Podcast using our app for iPhone or iPad - look for it in the app store.
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