If you’ve been reading our content for a while, you know Brad even if you don’t think you do. He’s been recording and editing many of the video tours we show you from Tiny Home Tours! And he also lives tiny in his sailboat named “Stinger.”
Brad wanted to travel for his photography work, and after his dad passed away, he was able to purchase the sailboat with some of the life insurance money he inherited. It was a huge project, but Brad said it helped him heal during a really difficult time. Check out his incredible handiwork below!
Sonya was in her Sophomore year of college and was looking to buy a boat to live in. She ran into Jack, who had just bought a boat that day. Taking it as a sign, they decided to move onto that boat together and start sailing. Eventually, they upgraded to the Passport 42 you’ll see below. Altogether, they’ve been living full-time on a boat for 8 years.
Their time on the ocean has changed their perspective on sustainability, and now they’re on a mission to convert their boat to an entirely electric system and get rid of the need for fossil fuels. They’re quick to repair instead of buying new things, and they cook from scratch and shop plastic-free. Enjoy the tour below!
Steph and Travis wanted more adventure in their lives, so they bought a sailboat and have been living on it full-time! The lifestyle is filled with freedom and adventure — and plenty of repairs — but they are loving the journey.
Below, you can enjoy a photo tour of their space as well as a Q&A with the couple about their advice for anyone wanting to follow in their footsteps. They have a truly magical space and lifestyle!
Carla and Simon lived busy lives before their paths crossed in 2015. They married in 2017, and by 2018 — a bit on a whim — they sold their home, bought a boat, and decided to spend their days sailing the seven seas! Two years later and they’re still loving their life on the water.
They live full-time on their Lagoon 400, along with an orchid and their adorable cat, Dobby. They even survived a storm off of the Bahamas during COVID-19. Their boat was damaged badly enough that the country generously let them moor there and ride out quarantine, despite the fact the country had already closed their borders to outsiders.
To date, the couple have visited some 40 countries on their journey, and they don’t have plans to stop any time soon. You can follow their travels on Instagram, but make sure to watch the tour of their catamaran below.
There are many ways to travel the world, and this Australian couple is doing it in a sailboat.
Their ship is called “La Vagabonde” and is 43 feet long. On deck, they can steer and sunbathe, and down beneath deck, they have sitting area, a bedroom, and a kitchen. Two solar panels and a wind generator give them power, as well as the water maker on board so they can have fresh water while out at sea. Watch the video and hear about their amazing experiences battling mother nature and enjoying warm climates around the world.
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Australian Couple Traveling the World in a Sailboat
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