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1,302 Comments

  • Joe Mitchell

    February 21, 2017 Reply

    Really have enjoyed your sailing experiences. Three questions for you: first, as you're gaining sailing expertise, if you could afford it, would you prefer a bigger cat, say 50 feet, or would that be too much for the two of you to handle comfortably? Second, do you expect that at some point the sailing will become pretty routine, so that what you're able to experience ashore becomes more important to you. In other words, will the destinations start to matter more? Third, you're busy with learning, Curiosity, the website, and other work. If you didn't have all of those things to consume your time, would cruising alone sustain your interest? Thanks so much. Safe travels.

  • Mike Streng

    February 18, 2017 Reply

    We recently found your site and have enjoyed your videos. We also have a L43. Your upgrade articles have been great! Any chance you have plans for BVI this year? If so and you have an interest in sundowners with another young couple with an L43, let us know!

  • Sebastian

    February 15, 2017 Reply

    My wife and I enjoy your content very much. Thank you and keep it coming.

    PS. Do you guys see children in your future??

    -Sebastian and Sylwia from Chicago

    • Nikki Wynn

      February 15, 2017 Reply

      Thanks so much! We aren't sure about kids, we love them but don't feel ready for them yet. We'll see.

  • Paul Judd

    February 12, 2017 Reply

    Seriously looking to by a 5th wheel toy hauler. We live in Idaho. Very confused about where to find a honest knowledgable sales man. We watch going Rving every week. I have noticed they are always only shown 3 models. That seemed strange to me but after reading your comments now I understand why they are only shown 3. Do you have any suggestion of a place to go where I can find great salesmen that are knowledgeable and honest in Idaho Utah areas. Maybe even Arizona.

  • Aaron Linville

    February 12, 2017 Reply

    Any chance you will be in Nassau on Feb 24th? My wife and I are taking a cruise to get away before #2 comes along. Our future goal/dream would be to do some full time sail-living too. We built a tiny house this last summer and that was our first step to living minimally. Love to meet up if possible and buy you guys a drink or two!

    • Curious Minion

      February 12, 2017 Reply

      Already south of there, sorry!

  • Captain Billy

    February 11, 2017 Reply

    Just had a look at your video about new action cams.... You may want to look at this Jason:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtgaU_USCE

  • Tami Love

    February 11, 2017 Reply

    Good morning you two! Golly, you guys are such a hoot. I saw a youtube video of you guys at a friends house at a dinner party. Needless to say I too am a young-ish adventure junkie but never considered boating due to motion sickness that I am so fortunate to inherit. Thanks dad! Any whoozers, I just adore your fun loving spirit, go with the flow attitude, with the perfect amount of spunk and curiosity. I have become an avid watcher of you guys. So much so, I refuse to watch anyone else's travel adventures and I kinda wish we were distantly related. I am in my mid 30s and am highly considering switching/shaking it up a bit. If you could tell me about how you two grew your sea legs, moreover where did you learn how to sail? Would you recommend them? After researching a bit, I learned that there are one week long courses to learn most things catamaran mostly in the Bahamas/Caribbean areas. From your perspective do you think it's a good place to start to see if I even have sea legs? Any insight would be greatly appreciate.

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