A Sneaky Boat Tour.. Meet La Vagabonde! Ep. 83

We hope you enjoy the boat tour. You will become more familiar as we spend more time aboard but this boat tour should satisfy some of your curiosity for now. We wouldn’t make very good secret agents, the conspicuous moustache and online presence aside, we’re pretty terrible at keeping secrets or sneaking in general. Woooo!! First night onboard.

Song Credits:
00:00 Love this Land ft. Charlie McMahon – Chris Okunbor
02:40 Funky Monkey Bussiness – Tom Owens, Porch Guitar
02:52 Passion (instrumental) – Amarante
06:33 1983 A Merman I Should Turn To Be – Mika
09:34 1983 A Merman I Should Turn To Be – Mika
15:26 Colors – Luna Park
19:09 Colors – Luna Park

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Comments 7

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  2. Great boat. It looks like the wheels of bureaucracy and administration turn very slowly. Hopefully you will soon be able to set sail on the next chapter in your lives, with all of us out here checking in to make sure you are all OK.

  3. Just too friggin sweet! I’m sure they christened their new vessel later that…..well wait, we saw the champagne a day or so earlier.

  4. Big fan..stopped me from watching bad tv and got me to read more while waiting for new episodes. Thank you.
    I am the founder and CEO of a global Eco Industrial company called GreenEndeavor inc….that specializes in replacing the bad stuff with the good stuff that works.(luckily everyone else around here is way smarter than me)
    We sell mostly to big industrial customers but have a product that kills the Stinky/nasty bacteria in the head and cleans decks like a angry pirate with a cutlass in each hand. I don’t want any promotion for my company just happy to help my youtube buddies that have helped raise my spirits more than once. I would be happy to ship to any convenient P.O.C. We have offices around the world.
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  5. Loved the short tour. You guys are so lucky to have this opportunity. Stay safe, I’ll be following your latest adventures. Hugs to You both. Ron

  6. Haha, sprung badly! “You naughty kids …” LOL!

    Seriously though, thank you very much for taking us on a guided tour of your new boat. It looks great, and I can’t wait to see you two sailing it!

    Cheers and safe sailing,

    Mike

  7. ( :
    ….. about that old book with the blue feather on the cover ….
    you have something extra special there, riley !
    it also happened to be the first ‘grown up’ book i ever read, ( mom gave to me ) while staying at the pioneer inn, lahaina, maui, when i was 14 ~ right at the end of the time of living on our kantola trimaran, ‘Godot’.

    by the way, if anyone has any idea if it is at all possible to find out whatever happened to stolen boats
    … ( yes, before internet existed for everyone ) … i’d be more than interested.
    godot was sold a few times, and stayed around maui. then, i think it was the third owner who anchored it at ‘black rock’, ka’anapali. …and there she sat. and sat and sat …. till one calm night, someone sailed away with her.
    so sad. i was very attached.
    the bulkhead was capped with a beautiful painted carving of looking toward and island at sunrise over reef surf .. with sealife. i think she was 32′. built in the ’70’s.
    anyway, thanks for reading.

    and ofcourse i ADORE you guys, elayna and riley ~~~ mahalo for sharing your adventures ! ???

    lisa

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