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A narrowboat-based audio journal on canal life, living aboard, the elements, and the night. Perfect late-night listening for dreamers, insomniacs, night owls, nocturnalists, drifters, and nomads. For lovers Fagen's 'Nightfly', Auden's 'Night Mail', Hopper's 'Nighthawks' and the 'drifting sea-dark streets' of Dylan Thomas. For all those who used to listen to the transistor under your pillow, love the sound of distant trains and rain against the windowpanes, canals and drover's tracks, lost mu ...
 
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The Boat Galley

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The Boat Galley

Carolyn Shearlock & Nica Waters

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Have you ever wanted to head off into the sunset on a boat? Maybe you’ve secretly fantasized about selling everything, moving aboard, and traveling near or far. But you're not really sure how you'd actually do it . . . Don’t worry. You’ve found the answers to all your questions! The Boat Galley Podcast contains quick bits of info and actionable tips to help you learn what you need to know about cruising: • discovering what it's all about • deciding if it's for you • buying a boat • budgeting ...
 
Join us as we learn to sail, liveaboard, cook, work, and go to school on our Catalina 34. Three guys in a tiny space but there is room for you. Novice sailing and cruising with all of the learnings and laughs from the adventures and misadventures of Chris, Ryan, and Liam.
 
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Trawler Talk

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Trawler Talk

Passagemaker Magazine

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As the signature podcast of Passagemaker Magazine, Trawler Talk aims to engage, educate and inspire as we dive into the long-range cruising lifestyle. From the origins of trawler design and exciting nautical endeavors to safety, seamanship, DIY tips from the pros and far-out destinations, join us in the trawler zone and learn more about the great life afloat.
 
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The Salish Sound

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The Salish Sound

Brandon Garms and Dylan Smith

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Join us as we explore culture, community and sailing while we get our bearings in the Salish Sea. Our hope is to create a platform to share stories, discuss ideas and examine different perspectives to a unique set of challenges not experienced on land. Our focus is on you, the everyday sailor, as you navigate setbacks and triumphs on your own personal journey.
 
Whether you explore the oceans as a snorkeler, scuba diver, freediver or tech diver, Dive In has something for you. It's filled with diving news, feature interviews with guests from around the world, interesting dive topics, ocean advocacy and more. The podcast is a light-hearted show hosted by avid divers that examines issues relevant to divers and the oceans. Guests on our show have included talented local uw photographers, record breaking freedivers, world-renown cave explorers, internati ...
 
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6 places other than the big marine store names that we’ve found excellent materials for boat projects. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Defender West Marine Hamilton Marine Fisheries Supply Jamestown Distributors Blog post on Usin…
 
Slipped on the deck and hit your head? Cut your hand on something in the engine room? Have a chronic heart or body condition? Whether you are coastal cruising‚ or headed well offshore, telemedicine is a must-have. While some injuries don’t seem serious, they can become dire when they are assessed incorrectly. Our guest, Mike Dunleavy, discusses how…
 
Cruisers who like soda are always looking for ways to keep carbonated drinks on board without taking up valuable storage space. Is the SodaStream the answer? Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): SodaStream Sparkling Water Maker (Amazo…
 
There is a spot of ground that is special to me. Perhaps you have one too. They often are not particularly attractive, but somehow they are places we can go to find quietness. Join me to tonight when we visit one of my special places as we go down to the cattle pond with the help of Wendell Berry. Journal entry: 27th July, Wednesday “Drifts of mist…
 
Figuring out how to mount our new chart plotter was just one part of the whole puzzle. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Ram Mounts Garmin Radar (Amazon) iPad (Amazon) Navionics Garmin Chartplotter Nica email Carolyn email Subscrib…
 
How do you keep screws in place when you’re working on boat jobs in awkward areas? There’s a nifty tool that will make it much easier.   Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Best Way Screw Holders - Set of 3 (Amazon) Subscribe to the …
 
The forecast hot weather has come and gone, but its psychological, as much as physical, effects feel a bit harder to shift. So join with me tonight as we gaze deeply into the mirrored dome of the night sky and its web of starlight, to discover what stories they tell and their challenge for us to begin to create newer ones. Journal entry: 22nd July,…
 
3 tips to successful cruising--Hint, not one of them is about your anchor. Links: Nica email Carolyn email Subscribe to the Boat Galley Newsletter! Today’s episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is sponsored by Lunatec, makers of the hydration spray bottle, odor-free dishcloth and self-cleaning washcloth. Lunatec offers practical gear designed to save …
 
For many of us, our boats are a floating home for large portions of the year, to be shared with family—and that includes dogs. For the uninitiated, there are more than a few things you’ll need to know before inviting the pooch onboard, from bathroom breaks and doggie life vests to getting the dog comfortable being on a rocking boat and into the din…
 
These are the long days. The days of heat and dust. The days of quiet skies and dulled colours. Days of eclipse and renewal. These are the dog days of summer. Journal entry: 23rd July, Saturday [Should be 16th July - blame the heat!!] “Martins twist and flit around the large ash, Clustering in the branches like cockney parakeets. En masse they drop…
 
Is your boat teak looking tired and dirty? Here’s step-by-step instructions for cleaning your teak so it’s as good as new.   Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape (Amazon) Small Foam Brushes (Amazon) Libman Sc…
 
Do you have a collection of family favorite recipes? Perhaps on index cards in your grandmother’s handwriting? Don’t risk them. There are some easy ways to keep them safe on a boat and handy to use.   Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate link…
 
Old stories can lift an unfamiliar mirror up to our lives so that we see ourselves anew and as we really are. Tonight, I will tell you an old story. It’s a story about a silvery day of sea fret (mist), rolling ocean waves, empty fishing nets, and a solitary herring. Journal entry: 6th July, Wednesday “I sit on the bank, one leg hanging down. A drak…
 
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