Welcome to The Ocean Sailor Podcast. The Ocean Sailor Podcast is for the ocean sailor looking to find out more about offshore bluewater sailing. The podcast is presented by renowned yachting Journalist, Dick Durham, and Dick Beaumont - the founder and owner of Kraken Yachts & Ocean Sailor Magazine. They talk all things ocean sailing, explore the origins and motivations behind Kraken Yachts & Ocean Sailor, and delve deep into the fundamentals of what it takes to sail around the world. Visit the Ocean Sailor Magazine website for more features and articles https://krakenyachts.com/oceansailor The podcast is sponsored by Kraken Yachts https://krakenyachts.com. Producer and Editor Trystan Grace
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We are back after an extended hiatus due to our busy schedule at Kraken HQ. Dick Beaumont has been on the ground in Bodrum through the launch of the new Kraken 50. Join him for our second part of Catching up with the Millennials. more
This week, a lonely Dick Beaumont is joined by Adam and Khiara from Sailing Millennial Falcon for a catch up after an amazing year. We find out what they have been up to, such as Adam's new YouTube channel @TheMidshipmen and Dick explains the record ... more
We're Back! After an extended hiatus the two Dicks are back on the airwaves. It has been a crazy year for Kraken Yachts and Ocean Sailor and unfortunately the podcast had to be put on hold. We are happy to share that we have new episodes already reco... more
Thanks for stepping into the fray that has become the world of modern sailing/cruising. It’s great to hear from some learned, like-minded mariners that have the miles under the keel to back it up.
The first episodes were quite interesting. After a year of radio silence, one could expect a thoughtful new knowledge episode. And it wasn’t. more
This is currently like the podcast equivalent of ‘two old men sitting in deckchairs!’ more
I am a lover of full keels and skeg hung rudders for open ocean passages. In a land full of twin rudders and bolt on keels it has gotten difficult to even find a manufacturer that will build to these specs, why? Most probably, cost. Thanks for the perspective and a possible antidote to the current state of costal sailing condos. One size does not fit all bills. more
brilliant pod, really enjoyed it.
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