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This ongoing series of “capers” tells of epic voyages, castaway survivors, swashbuckling characters, family cruises, cultural setbacks, technical breakthroughs, racing triumphs, and the “seasteading” lifestyle. Revealed within these stories are many details of design, construction, operation and seamanship. Since World War Two, the emergence of truly modern, lightweight vessels – recreational and commercial, multihull and monohull, power and sail – constitutes a sea change in marine architec ...
 
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In this caper, Jim shares the story of his summer 2019 ride on one of his “cattlemarans” in the Caribbean. Jim sails along on a big catamaran with his entrepreneur-boatbuilder-sailor friend Doug Jane to deliver the boat to a customer. Lots of fun and challenges on this trip … with a little insight into the boat chartering business.…
 
This episode is for anyone who feels "stuck" working at sea and unsure what to do on shore. Like many people who work at sea, Steve loved the first few years but once the novelty of all the travel had worn off he was ready to return home. But what do you do? what transferrable skills are there? We talk about all that stuff and also how Steve is get…
 
In this episode I speak with Russell Hughes, he is someone who is extremely passionate about the underwater world. Infact he is probably the most fanatical diver I've ever met. Here we talk about Russ/Ed's (we explain the Ed too!) exploits diving all over the world and also our shared experience of diving with one of the world's best known movie st…
 
In this week's episode I speak with Carolyn Vincent. A truly amazing woman who has followed her dreams and is now Captain on an 88 foot Classic style Schooner teaching teens and young people sailing, life onboard and adventure all over the Caribbean. For any females wishing to make their way in yachting or life on sail training vessels this is a mu…
 
Paul Crierie is without doubt one of superyachting's success stories. Aged just 21 he rode his motorbike from Seattle to Florida to do some of the dirtiest daywork you can imagine! Now some 15 years and many many nautical miles later he's Captain of one of the world's largest exploration motor yachts. He leads a team of upwards of 25 professional c…
 
Part 2 of 2 In this two part episode we have Commonwealth gold medalist turned superyacht crew, Jason Cram. In part two we talk about Jason's pursuit to be included in the Olympic team for Athens 2004 and what happened during the trials. After swimming came to an end Jason then transitioned into a varied career including working on Disney Cruise sh…
 
Part 1 of 2 In this two part episode we have Commonwealth gold medalist turned superyacht crew, Jason Cram. In part one we talk about his swimming story right up to and beyond winning gold at the Manchester 2002 games alongside Ian Thorpe in the 4 x 200m freestyle relay. Jason then transitioned into a varied career including working on Disney Cruis…
 
Alysia is 19 and lives in Belfast. She suffers from a disorder called diamond blackfan anemia. Diagnosed at 11 her teenage years were tough to say the least with missing school and never really meeting anyone her age who was going through similar challenges. That was until June 2018 when she went on a sailing trip in Scotland with The Ellen MacArth…
 
Matt Wright founded Causeway Coasteering on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. In this episode we talk about his passion for surfing and the sea. But what is coasteering? Matt explains all here in a very eloquent way, he speaks so well. I also learnt a lot about the coastline here and it was a joy to hear Matt's stories of being in and around the…
 
As we know our environmental situation really is at crisis point. But how many people are actually doing anything about it? Well, Mel on this episode certainly is doing her bit and way beyond! Here she tells the tragic story of how a sea turtle she found died as a direct result of ingesting a fishing hook. The sea turtle was killed directly by huma…
 
Jennifer lives in Northern Ireland between Portrush and Belfast. She is a true action woman and has travelled all over the planet. In this episode we talk about a 70 mile stand up paddle board expedition she took along the inhospitable Northern Ireland Coast. She's even planning to continue the trip in stages around other parts of Ireland. You can …
 
In this episode Jessica Yates brings her wealth of experience from at sea and on the ski slopes. We talk about diverse topics from Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta to leadership onboard boats. Also how can a career at sea transfer back to shore? That's a big question for many sailors. Jess and her husband Steve now have moved home to Vermont and run a…
 
Simon Koch really is a man of the sea. This is a really interesting story of going from being a young boy with a huge passion for the outdoors to adventuring all over the worlds on boats. He is married with two young boys, and currently serves as a tug boat Captain and lives in Essex, MA. This is a follow up to the episode with Boomer Baumesiter an…
 
In this episode I talk with highly experienced sea Captain - Boomer Baumeister. Boomer has many sea stories that included sailing the world's oceans with young people and unique adventures. Boomer and his wife Chantal have founded a non profit. Here's the link: http://www.shellbackx.org/ The vessels we talk about can be found here: https://www.seam…
 
Callum crossed the Atlantic aged just 17 on a large superyacht. Today, 12 years later he is Chief Officer onboard ferries that carry1500+ passengers between Ireland, Wales and France. He is all set to sit his master mariner exam. An outstanding achievement for anyone, never mind someone so young. This really is an inspirational story. Music: Dream …
 
Samantha Chilvers is an artist and pro kitesurfer who lives in Cabarete, Dominican Republic. Eight years ago she had never even seen the ocean or been on a kiteboard! Now she's a pro. Her art is amazing and this is just a really inspiring story. You can find her on instagram: @chilversart I highly recommend checking out her work. Music: Dream come …
 
In this episode I sit down with John Logan. John lives in Coleraine with his wife Phyllis. We talk about John's expeditions aboard the traditional Currach - Colmcille. We also talk about John's participation in Derry's UK City of Culture celebrations in 2013. John's expeditions were completed along with the Causeway Coast Maritime Heritage Group. M…
 
THE FLEDGLING EAGLE In this 34-minute podcast, the listener is plunged into a detailed description of EAGLE, a 53’ catamaran designed by Paul Beiker and just launched by Fast Forward Composites of Bristol RI. The backstory of the EAGLE’s conception is told, and some key details of this bellwether boat are described in depth: Her configuration and s…
 
WHAT'S HAPPENING? TOO MUCH! This Caper tells of many Capers -- Too many to permit our weekly schedule from continuing right now, but enough to bring you a new Caper now and then. My Podcast is not going away, and after all, there are over 80 of them posted and accessible any time. But current involvements, as brought on part by the Podcast, make it…
 
FINE PHILOSOPHICAL FILANDERING Part Three of this flirtation between monohull and multihull, this Caper continues the conversation between Havilah Hawkins, Larry Fortunoff and me aboard the classic sloop VELA.​ Revealed are the levels of commitment, persistence and conviction that are inter-layered with the design, construction and operation of any…
 
UNMARKED FORK IN A DESERT TRAIL Talking again with Havilah Hawkins Jr. aboard his monumental gaff sloop VELA, we approach the subject of parting with one's boat of many years. We then revert to all the things he has done with those many years of vessel stewardship, and inevitably return to ending that era of one's life. "Haddie" has a lot to say ab…
 
"REAL" BOAT, REAL SKIPPER This Caper deviates. ​ It is a conversation with a real schoonerman, largely about a very traditional, single-hulled vessel whose designer, builder and skipper tells the story of how a man and wife with a "real" boat can influence -- in an inspired manner -- the lives of many.…
 
ANCHORAGE CONVERSATIONS (Part 2) Here are a few more Sterncastle Stories with my buddy Larry, which makes this capercast a Part 2 of the Part 1 portion of this chat. Tied to a dock in Maine, with no anchoring worries, with a good friend on a good boat, it is time to tie one on and gather the yarns that make cruising a tapestry. In this brand of bla…
 
THE 100' FOUR HULLER In this second of two conversations with Roger Hatfield, we learn the backstory of about the most bizarre, yet commercially successful, multihulls ever. And get this: Gold Coast has already started on a second one! If that ain’t “The Ancient Future” now! Listen and learn. Please enjoy this Caper about the four-hulled “Tandem Ca…
 
KNOT MY PROBLEM This Caper has all you need to know about the four-hulled “Tandem Catamaran,” at least enough to really understand it from the next Caper. Roger Hatfield, the co-designer and builder of this futuristic configuration, tells us how the concept, which comes from his client Mr. Warren Mosler, may indeed point the way ahead for the smoot…
 
REALITY EN SHTICK​ To the tune of "Yes, we have no bananas," we have no video today. Or tomorrow, but maybe someday, even if I have to make it myself. There's a story here, and I'm just trying to get it, and tell it, straight. Nevertheless, there IS video today -- if not much -- as per the link listed below. Suggestion: To placate your justifiable …
 
ONE, TWO, THREE OR FOUR (yes, 4) HULLS? This Caper is mainly a report on the current status of the OutRig Project. It describes the cast of characters involved in determining that status, plus something of how these individuals have come to be involved. While there is no conclusion on the main issue — how the Project will integrate with the Mariner…
 
A BOAT FOR TWO BUBBAS This Caper tells of evolving a small catamaran for taking two big boys fishing, with nine chances to get out and back. Those chances are: one breeze, two batteries, four legs and two hulls. These hulls are set just wide enough apart to permit real bubbas to really bounce around. This combination of features is unprecedented, a…
 
THE ANCIENT FUTURE This is my first attempt at looking back on our contemporary multihull stories from the fictional vantage of about 150 years ahead in the future. It is an experiment, done mostly for the fun of it, but hoping to suggest the role that multihulls may play in the long term saga of man's relationship to the sea, to the Planet, and to…
 
THE MULTIHULL PHENOMENON To assure our new listeners that these capers are about people as much as they are about boats, this issue starts with an old boat making news. It's an example of how the postwar "Can-Do Generation" dragged multihulls from "the lunatic fringe" into the main stream. It brings old boats into the conversation again, and then s…
 
HOW SEARUNNERS CAME TO BE This is Part Two of the audio update to Chapter 5 of Among The Multihulls, which concludes the evolution -- in the 1960s and 70s -- of the Searunner Trimaran design series. It finishes with a highly qualified appraisal of this type of vessel. This story is not intended to convince anyone to build a Searunner today, but ins…
 
PRISON ISLAND This caper takes me back to Mexico to retrieve Juana from the canners at Sabo. We then stumble into a delightful cove on an island where we are not supposed to be, but there is nobody around. We play Robinson Crusoe, catch a lift home, and meander towards the days of Searunner trimerans. But we don't get there because of computer prob…
 
WITH A CREW OF FOUR (ONE GESTATING) This is the audio update for Chapter 4 of my book “Among The Multihulls - Volume 1.” It tells of our coastal voyage in the 24' trimaran Juana, probably the first modern trimaran to venture offshore, 1959. It's an old story, told here with some new details -- let's call them embellishments -- intended to help plac…
 
SETTING THE SCENE In this audio version of Chapter 3 of Among the Multihulls, I attempt to go a little deeper into the "deep history" of how the modern trimaran came into being. It sets the scene for the explosive advent inf the 1960s by describing the ebullience and confidence that brought the seafaring multihull into the main stream. *NB (Note we…
 
PROMISE MADE Well yes, I made a promise to myself, that night at Old Providence Island over sixty years ago. I would fasten myself to a life with boats and sailing. And I suppose it would appear that I have kept it, but I'm not suggesting it 's for everyone. For me, the stimuli were so strong, the fulfillment so co complete, the identity so clear, …
 
THE LAST NEXT CHAPTER (An Audio Afterword) Here begins a series of Capers stemming from my book AMONG THE MULTIHULLS. They also stem from a text Afterword called THE NEXT LAST CHAPTER, which is posted on www.outrigmedia.com. Now, just two years later, I am adding further commentary to update and re-focus the text version, hoping to reach those who …
 
DANNY, DOUG AND DAD "Put yourself out there," is the theme of this caper, with three examples of how it's done. Danny Mydlack, our new media consultant, put himself in here by taking the initiative to contact us and make two trips down from Baltimore for gathering footage for our upcoming video "tractor." Doug Jayne has put himself out there for ye…
 
PLAY IT WHEN I'M DEAD​ Wishing that I had collected more voice recordings when my subjects were alive, this caper is offered while the subject IS alive, miraculously. My particular friend Bruce Matlack tells of just one of many youthful exploits from back when he was trying to get to Tahiti without his own boat. He eventually made it, in his twenti…
 
ANCHORAGE CONVERSATIONS - Part One This is what happen when two or more old boat nuts find themselves in a secure anchorage with old friends, a lobster in the pot, and "...A little more than enough to drink, for thirst is a dangerous thing." (Jerome K. Jerome)
 
A CONSUMMATE CRUISER SPEAKS Here's a guy who sailed in multihulls as an infant, and now owns DELPHYS, a 34' Searunner trimaran which has been called, by John Marples (one of her designers), "The most developed Searunner in the world." And her usage? Well, with her owner/builder crew of Mark Johnson and his wife Mariam, the boat has visited some twe…
 
BOATBUILDING -- WHICH KIND? After doing several interview capers, we have here the results of some interesting comparisons, resulting from hurricane damage, between good old sheet plywood construction, and "cold molded" or Constant Camber (CC) construction. Design differences between the Searunner 34 and the CC 35 are discussed, as are the challeng…
 
GONE AGAIN While I'm away appraising the hurricane damage to Scrimshaw, I hope you will enjoy the conclusion of my telephone conversation with Lee Bullock, which exemplifies the committed lifestyle of those many individuals who invested substantial portions of their lives to creating the modern multihull. Then, please offer your critique of my seem…
 
CLOSE FRIENDS, CLOSE CALLS​ Jo Hudson speaks of "thrilling" incidents recalled, in 2004, from his first seafaring voyage (in the mid-1960s) in his owner-built 30' Piver Nimble trimaran, from California to Australia. These Capers are the only examples of Jo's recorded voice telling his own stories. He is very matter-of-fact, not so effusive as I am,…
 
THE SECOND FIRST ENCOUNTER Responding to Jo Hudson's passing, I feel obliged to share with you something of our 55-year, 9-multihull connection. This Caper tells of how we first men (for the second time), and continues with a glimpse of the "can-do" commitment and enthusiasm that typified the early California trimaran happening. Eventually, I will …
 
A BLAST FROM THE PAST, AND PRESENT This recorded telephone conversation reveals more of the boundless enthusiast, willingness to risk, and lifestyle commitment that typified the advent of the early modern multihull. It also contains, at the end, a sad announcement.​
 
IN THE CROSSHAIRS "There's a hurricane coming! What do I do with my boat?" There are several answers to that question, including "Maybe nothing." But that's only if you're out at sea. The more common calamity happens when your boat is in a crowded harbor or marina, or hauled out on land. Then, there are lots of things you can to to protect your boa…
 
MEMORIAL AND MAINE Jim discusses his most recent capers in both Michigan and Maine. First, he talks about the memorial service he attended on behalf of his old friend Meade Gougeon, immediately followed by his travel to the rugged, northeast coast of North America.
 
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT "THE KING OF GLUE" This Caper is a small collection of remarks made to me about how Meade Gougeon, and the whole WEST System phenomenon, has influenced their lives. It reveals a lot about how "appropriate technology" can make a difference in unexpected ways.
 
MEADE GOUGEON HAS SAILED AWAY This issue is a collection of my own personal recollections of a long friendship with Meade, founder of WEST System epoxy products. We are also posting a link on the show notes page for this podcast episode at OutRigMedia to the full manuscript of an article I wrote for WoodenBoat about Meade. In another audio we will …
 
Pedalcat After all the techy, deep sea stuff we've offered lately, here's something for even an old duffer (like me) or a new angler (like me), or a futuristic sailor / winger / foiler / pedaler ... to think aout. With all the new technologies coming to the fore these days, it seems obvious that there will be combinations emerging, and I see pedal …
 
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