Comprehensive list of sailing vloggers


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1 Abandon Comfort
2 Acorn to Arebella
3 Adventure Adrift
4 Adventures of an Old Sea dog
5 Adventures of Sprout
6 Big East Sailing
7 Catamaran Impi
8 Chase the Story
9 Christian Williams
10 Chuffed Adventures
11 Coast Life
12 Couchsailors
13 Drake Paragon
14 Follow the Boat
15 Free Range Sailing
16 Gone with the Wynns
17 Hilma Sailing
18 Keep Turning Left
19 Lazy Gecko Sailing & Adventures
20 Life is like Sailing
21 Luckyfish Gets Away
22 MJ Sailing
23 Monday Never
24 Ocean Around
25 Out Chasing Stars
26 Out Chasing Stars
27 Patrick Laine
28 RAN Sailing
29 Resolute Sets Sail
30 Rick Moore
31 Sailing at 9000
32 Sailing Britican
33 Sailing Catalpa
34 Sailing Doodles
35 Sailing Drenched
36 Sailing Inspire
37 Sailing into Freedom
38 Sailing Kestral
39 Sailing Kitiwake
40 Sailing La Vagabonde
41 Sailing Miss Lonestar
42 Sailing Nahoa
43 Sailing Nandji
44 Sailing Salina
45 Sailing Satori
46 Sailing Shaggy Seas
47 Sailing SV Delos
48 Sailing TEHO
49 Sailing Totem
50 Sailing Tranquilo
51 Sailing Uma
52 Sailing Vessel Prism
53 Sailing with dogs
54 Sailing Yacht Ruby Rose
55 Sailing Zatara
56 Sailing Zingaro
57 Salt and Tar
58 Sampson Boat Co
59 Scott Flick Sailing
60 Shaun and Julia Sailing
61 SV Seeker
62 The Sailing Family
63 The Salty Mermaid
64 The Yacht Teleport
65 Tula’s Endless Summer
66 Two Afloat Sailing
67 Walde Sailing
68 White Spot Pirates
69 Wicked Salty’

This is about Sailing around Britain.

14 Responses to “Comprehensive list of sailing vloggers”

  1. 22 November, 2017 at 10:24 pmjack says:

    Can’t see “sail life” on the list, with 36k subscribers I’m surprised, I have to admit it a sanding vblog and not actually seen any sailing for a long while…….still a damn good channel

    • 22 November, 2017 at 10:34 pmdylan winter says:

      sanding vlog…. that sums it up. He has started on a second larger yacht. Not sure he ever sailed the first did he?

      • 22 November, 2017 at 11:55 pmjack says:

        Yep, but in the words of Paul Daniels……not a lot!

      • 3 December, 2017 at 8:19 pmNormanB says:

        A small number of these channels are not ‘Sailing’ yet.

        But Acorn to Arabella, Salt and Tar, The Sampson Boat Company, Sail Life and SV Seeker produce great content if your interest in sparked by boatbuilding and or repair and if you are I would add Tips from a Shipwright..

        Some sailing channels have also stopped vlogging Chase the Story and Teleport and of course young Wes from Wicked Salty is currently without a boat. Of these three Teleports output is still relevant and stunningly well done.

  2. 23 November, 2017 at 10:37 amMick says:

    One of my favourites is Attila Vedo “Sailing Comino”

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8fE9ar8uLrbKeqdJsP8VXg/videos

    Low budget single handed sailing round the world in a ropey old Hurley 22. Low budget filming and editing too which I actually find part of its charm. For me his videos are much more relatable than most of those others. It might even have been one of the commenters on this blog who put me on to him.

    • 2 December, 2017 at 6:03 pmWalter Scott says:

      Yes, I put Attila’s link on here…he is currently sitting out the Hurricane season in the Chagos islands….

  3. 24 November, 2017 at 10:50 amTed Timberlake says:

    Makes one wonder if there is a comprehensive list of Ebikers somewhere out there.

  4. 24 November, 2017 at 12:29 pmMick says:

    Thanks for the link Joe, Enjoying the Wandering Steve channel. My sort of videos.

    Thanks also to Dylan for the initial list.
    My boat is still moored in Plymouth, its a good 5/6hr Drive from my house. The advantages of Waldringfield boat yard is currently playing on my mind. But my thinking is to keep turning right and finish back up in Waldringfield in a few years. But I do change my mind a lot so ill see what happens next year.

    Thanks again and kind regards
    Mick

  5. 24 November, 2017 at 6:07 pmTed B. (Charging Rhino) says:

    I give thanks to Dylan and the many dedicated Sail-bloggers who take me places unexpected and unusual, travails and setbacks included.

  6. 25 November, 2017 at 7:38 pmDave says:

    Here’s the site the Two Aboard Tuuli guy put up:

    https://sailing-channels.com/

  7. 26 November, 2017 at 8:09 pmJohn McAlinden says:

    In the interests of eventually making your list comprehensive, may I add one or two urls:
    http://www.sailingnervous.com
    http://www.offcenterharbor.com
    http://www.sampsonboatcompany.co.uk

    Best regards,
    John

  8. 26 November, 2017 at 10:23 pmAndrew says:

    Here’s another: Sailing Mutiny. Nice couple from England who we met in Cherbourg. Given up the rat race and first time sailors.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8wKtXv-Ijg

  9. 28 November, 2017 at 4:35 pmDukester says:

    I love Sail Life, and Sailing Nervous. Did I miss Second Chance Sailing on the list? I know they’re big fans of Keep Turning Left!

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