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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I enjoy this podcast very much. I was a builder at one time. I built all of the Independence Cherubini’s with the Cherubini family. I especially loved the conversation you had with Tony Fleming. It reminded me of some of the stories I was told back when Frit Cherubini started. Keep up the good work. I will be listening and subscribing to the magazine. Joe McDonough
I’m enjoying this podcast and all the guests. Very inspiring hope to attempt the great loop in the near future.
Troller talk provides useful education but in a lighthearted and personal way with information straight from sailors.
Nicely done. But ... there doesn’t seem to be consistent and regularly scheduled programming. Im a fan. How’s about weekly programming.
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Trawler Talk launched 3 years ago and published 34 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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