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Best Sail Around The World podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Sail Around The World podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A sailing memoir written by seaman and adventurer Joshua Slocum, who was the first person to sail around the world alone, documents his epic solo circumnavigation. An international best-seller, the book became a great influence and inspiration to travelers from each corner of the globe. Additionally, Slocum is an example that through determination, courage and hard work any dream can easily become a reality. Written in a modern and conversational tone, the autobiographical account begins wit ...
 
‘On the Wind,’ is THE podcast about offshore sailing, where professional sailor Andy Schell interviews sailors from around the world to discover what inspires them in an effort to inspire you! Andy has interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, to tech gurus like Nigel Calder, boat builders like Magnus Rassy (of Hallberg Rassy), inspirational family sailors like Totem, YouTube stars SV Delos & Andy's personal favorite, Arctic sailor and octogenarian Bob Shepton. Thanks f ...
 
Learning English is tough stuff, but we’re here to help every step of the way. This podcast is for English language learners who want to improve their lives by becoming fluent in English. Our high-quality lessons are free, fun and taught by our expert hosts. Listening to Culips is like sitting in on an interesting chat between good friends. Your fluency, listening skills, vocabulary, and pronunciation will improve naturally as you get to know our hosts and learn about interesting topics and ...
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
 
Location independence as a family is possible for everyone! Along our travels, we have met families all around the world who have embraced this lifestyle. This podcast is all about how you too can choose to live a location independent lifestyle as a family. We cover topics such as homeschooling, roadschooling and worldschooling as well as remote working and running a location independent business. Join us as we fly, sail and RV around the world!
 
Bobby and Laura are sailing around the world with two full size labradoodles and document their adventures as they go! In the podcast series they will get more in depth on topics related to cruising in general and cruising with pets. Some of the information will be regionally specific and some will be a broader base. Come follow along with us and enjoy the ride!
 
Ten years ago, following a career in investment management, I was at home raising three children under three and unsure what my future held. Fast forward to 2020 and I have a boutique property development company currently building out 105 homes and commercial units across nine sites in London. What first attracted me to property was the fast pace and excitement of being a hands-on developer. It was a way of combining my love of architecture and design with my financial knowledge. We have bu ...
 
Extreme Travel Odysseys tells the stories of adventurers whose journeys are in some way offbeat, creative, unique, or never-ending. From full-time travel writers to those on sabbatical to those just wandering around, this podcast will inspire, inform, and show you that you don't have to climb Everest or even go to a foreign country to have an odyssey. You might pick up some travel hacks along the way, and you might just learn that even average people can take extraordinary trips. You probabl ...
 
Engaging and captivating conversations with extraordinary people from all over the world. People that couldn’t be more diverse from each other – but have in common that they make an incredible impact on this world, in their own unique way. Whether it’s people that shape the future of our planet through science, thinking, and taking action; whether it’s people that inspire others by overcoming their very own hurdles, traumas and demons; or whether it’s people that inspire others to do good fo ...
 
Most of what I see on the internet about small business is garbage. An Instagram account of inspiring quotes is not a business. Maxing out your credit card to buy Facebook ads for your webinar series on how to get rich doing webinars is only going to get you in debt. Let me tell you something, the only people making money on those Get Rich Quick In Real Estate courses are the people selling you the courses. And if you think you can get rich that quickly, I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell ...
 
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In episode #82, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome European macro strategist Andreas Steno Larsen of Nordea Bank to the show to talk about what he thinks is shaping up to be a pretty big opportunity in European assets. Then, an old friend of the show, Aidan Garrib of Pavilion Global Markets gives us his take on the US/China trade war.…
 
We interview our friends BJ and Desiree who tell us about their first season on Island Pearl. They sail to the Bahamas but amongst the COVD-19 shutdowns they arrive 12 hours too late and aren't able to check in. On their way back stateside, they run into every problem imaginable including having to make a mayday call, which no cruiser ever wants to…
 
The name Jonas Deichmann might not be too familiar to English speaking adventurers, but in three years he set three huge long-distance transcontinental unsupported cycling records. 2017 14,000km Eurasia 64days (Portugal to Vladivostok) 2018 23,112km Pan-American solo 97 days (cutting a month off previous record) 2019 18,000km North Cape, Norway, to…
 
Gyms aren’t just places for body builders. They are also popular with anyone who wants to get healthy and maintain a good body weight. In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Jeremy explore some expressions you can use when you go to the gym. Fun facts Long before fitness centres became popular, Joe Gold opened his first gym in 1965 in Venice…
 
Justine Curgenven is a highly accomplished expedition sea kayaker. She helped to keep safe Sarah Outen, the round-the-world adventurer, when the pair became the first people to kayak the Aleutian Islands, the chain which stretches from Alaska into the Pacific Ocean. This interview is a companion piece to Podcast 21 with Sarah Outen. However, it goe…
 
As states and a few countries gradually begin to open up again after lockdowns, Everything-Everywhere’s Gary Arndt joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss what the future of travel might look like. What lessons will we all have learned from the downtime? And can we now hope for a more sustainable approach to travel? Plus, Gary has an innovative suggest…
 
In episode #81, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Cullen Roche to the show where he tells us how an East Coast boy ended up being a San Diegan outside-the-box-alternative-macro money manager. Then, veteran hedge fund trader Morris Sachs tells us a story about his career making trade that you won’t want to miss!…
 
Do you often visit the pharmacy during flu season? In this Real Talk episode, Andrew and Kassy introduce useful phrases and vocabulary that are heard at the pharmacy. Fun facts The popular fizzy beverages Coca-Cola, Dr Pepper, and ginger ale were all invented by three different pharmacists in the late 1800s. Expressions included in the study guide …
 
Teenagers can be erratic and emotional. But recent science may just have the answer to why teenagers are the way they are — and it's not just about hormones. This new understanding is changing the way some societies see teens and it may just lead to changing the boundary between teenager and adult. *Originally broadcast on January 28, 2020.…
 
Sarah Outen circumnavigated the northern hemisphere using only human power. Well, almost. She traveled by bike, rowing boat and kayak and this is the first of two podcasts about that journey. The second podcast is an interview with Justine Curgenven, who was Sarah’s companion on a massive sea kayaking stretch of the journey along the chain of Aleut…
 
Episode description In this episode of Jeremy’s English Tips, I would like to talk about repetitive listening. More specifically, how to choose good repetitive listening material. In a previous episode of Jeremy’s English tips, I talked about repetitive listening. So if you haven’t listened to that one yet, you might want to check it out first, bef…
 
They’re weird. They break the rules. They’re kinda bad. They are cult movies. Dive into the stories of films from ‘Troll 2’ to ‘The Last Dragon’ to the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ to learn what drives people to watch these oddball films again and again. Producer Matthew Lazin-Ryder looks at the history, future, and function of cult movies.…
 
Is this the end of cruising? Or the beginning of something better? Travel and food journalist Janice Wald Henderson joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss what it’s going to take to make passengers feel comfortable enough to get on a cruise ship again. In the meantime, eager cruisers can get a taste of the sea by logging on to virtual presentations se…
 
Travel journalist Terry Gardner joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the prognosis for sustainable travel, now that pollution is down around the world due to Covid-19 restrictions. Will we learn from this episode how to travel more sustainability? Terry also reports on Oprah Winfrey’s new Apple TV series, which includes how to keep from feeling lone…
 
He is probably the world’s best known sea kayaker, partly because of his award winning instructional films, but mainly because Gordon Brown is such a good coach. Gordon is a friend but I haven’t seen him for ages because he has moved his family from the west coast of Scotland to the west coast of Canada. In this podcast we’ll talk about his early d…
 
In episode #80, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Vincent Deluard, a Global Macro Strategist from INTL-FCStone. Vincent talks Europe and the problems COVID-19 introduces to the whole European Union, and the generational shift that is about to envelop developed economies and what that might mean for markets in the future. Then they welcome spec…
 
"Care homes still have a place in our society but it’s about finding a halfway point in retirement housing." Andrew Fyfe With the backdrop of the covid-19 pandemic and numerous tragic fatalities in care homes I interviewed independent living strategist, Andrew Fyfe. We discussed the role of care homes and retirement living for today’s society and t…
 
Episode description Today our quick tip is going to be covering the use of the common greetings, What’s up? and How’s it going? These are two very common native speaker greetings that are used among friends and family. We say what’s up? and how’s it going? a lot. Quick tip takeaways It’s common to use linking from the ending consonant of one word i…
 
Listen to Sakura Kuma who has a holistic view of the port. She has worked as a terminal operator, business developer, landlord, port investments and she thinks that being able to walk in someone else's shoes makes you more understanding of different perspectives. Sakura works with marketing & sales right now but her mind is geared towards CSR and h…
 
** Stoked Grom Stories #8 ** Max Hart is a 12-year old legend-in-the-making from Sydney's Gold Coast. With a well rounded set of skills and knowledge in the ocean that includes fishing, surfing, and spearfishing Max is constantly busy enjoying life in the water with friends and family. Competing in state championship paddle races and surf competiti…
 
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