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1,330 Comments

  • Christian Henry

    March 26, 2017 Reply

    Ok, this is a bit lame but... We have been inspired by you guys are we're off on an adventure starting in June. I was reading your disclaimer page and I was wondering if you minded if we essentially copied it (put all of our information in of course) for our website. With out of the way, we are a family moving onto our Lagoon 52 in June, starting up in Newport, RI and then headed south. We hope to be in the Caribbean after hurricane season ends, likely December. I sure hope we get a chance to catch up with you and share a Chambong or two. Cheers!

    • Curious Minion

      March 27, 2017 Reply

      Hi Christian Henry. The Wynns ask that no one copy anything from their blog or YouTube videos. You may link to their page as a reference, but please don't copy the content over.

  • Christian Dettman

    March 26, 2017 Reply

    Hey guys,

    Been following you for about 6 months now and just love what you've taught me about RVing. However, your boating life vids are super entertaining. With that said, my wife works for a brewery here in Denver, CO and we would love to send you "crowlers" of beer. You don't need to showcase the beer or anything. We just want you to experience some great local Colorado brews while on the open seas. Please get in touch of where I could send a care package.

    Best

  • Heike Daigle

    March 26, 2017 Reply

    Hi! Can you tell me what the little thing is that you bake your two sliced cookies in?

    • Curious Minion

      March 27, 2017 Reply

      It's a countertop oven by Cuisinart. You can check it and all the other kitchen gizmos out in the "Kitchen Faves" section of the gear store: http://www.gonewiththewynns.com/store

  • George

    March 26, 2017 Reply

    Thank you very much for the discount on the Micro-Air EasyStart! It is only $30 rather than the $50 your website says, but still $30 is better than $0. Hopefully it will let me run the 15K AC from my Yamaha 2000 Inverter/Generator. Enjoy watching your adventures!
    Thanks!

  • Colin

    March 22, 2017 Reply

    Hi

    More and more of us are now using ipads to assist with Nav in some way. Have you any info on your chosen rugged protection and mounts for yours and maybe add to your amazon links.

    Thanks

    • Curious Minion

      March 23, 2017 Reply

      There's a link to the iPad mount on the Curiosity tour page: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JUWSUYM/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&psc=1&linkCode=sl1&tag=gonwitthewyn-20&linkId=74a46f5959bda8043ac2cd30ee2ec061

  • Michelle

    March 17, 2017 Reply

    Nikki, you have beautiful skin. What skincare products and makeup do you use to keep your skin looking vibrant and healthy in the road and at sea?

  • Tim Reynolds

    March 17, 2017 Reply

    Are you actually able to run your air conditioner off lithium battery power? How long are you able to run it? How many amp hours would one have to have available to do this? We are complete newbies like you were and have purchased a Lagoon Catamaran and intend to start sailing this summer. I am not sure if we could live without AC so we will have to run the generator or perhaps buy batteries like yours. Thanks

    • Curious Minion

      March 17, 2017 Reply

      Yes but not for extended periods. More detail coming in the next tech video. If you need AC 24/7 then you'll have to run the generator.

  • Lorrie

    March 16, 2017 Reply

    Ann's Bookkeeping travel job sounds appealing to me. I would like to contact her, and she suggests emailing her, but I see no email link.
    How can I contact her?

    I loved following your RV travels, and am a full-time RVer. Your sailing life is a life style I didn't realize was so popular. It's not for me, but am enjoying yours vicariously!

  • R Conrad

    March 16, 2017 Reply

    Nikki. Maybe have that dark spot on your back checked out. With that amount of sun/tan, it might be something that needs removing. I talk from experience. Moles on my back that changed and were removed (normal skin tho', thank heaven).

  • Cheryl in So. Cal

    March 16, 2017 Reply

    Hi Nikki and Jason. Hope all is going well for you. I really enjoy your videos. I started watching them back when you were still in the RV. I am really enjoying the sailing ones too.

    This is just a little FYI that you may find interesting. Over on Seeking Alpha I ran across a very nice lady named Peace. She is 72 and Mr. Peace is 80. She has sailed for for over 30 years. Peace and Mr. Peace built a 46 foot catamaran themselves that they sailed for several years and recently sold. If you google peace iv sailboat images you'll see it. Peace and Mr. Peace have recently bought another much smaller boat (Peace at Last). If you happen to come across them in your travels they are definitely someone worth chatting with. A bunch of Peace's letters are out there(on the web) from her many years at sea also.

    I hope you are blessed to cross paths with Peace and Mr. Peace (aka Ann & Neville Clement).

    Wishing you both the best. Have fun and stay safe. Take care.

  • Jeni VanDusen

    March 15, 2017 Reply

    My husband and I are right this moment reworking our entire electrical system (our boat is 40 years old) and getting ready to revamp the battery situation so your video on batteries couldn't have come at a better time! I'm curious if you've ever heard of Firefly Energy batteries (http://fireflyenergy.com/products/12v-g31-battery/). Nigel Calder is using them and seems to think they are a game-changer in marine batteries (http://www.bruceschwab.com/advanced-energy-storage-systems/firefly-energys-oasis-group-31/) and at just under $500 each they are affordable. We would love to go with lithium, but as you said, the cost is shocking. We would be interested to hear what you think.
    Thanks for the great videos!

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