This channel started off really well and had a leg up the ladder by buying 'Creo' off another YouTube couple.
since then there has been some decent content and they started off with good video work which is a help but the videos quickly turned out with to much comedy in them rather than genuine content. I would love to see this couple calm down and just show us their sailing and cruising rather that trying to make a channel for YouTube's sake...
Would I buy them a beer? perhaps a quick one..
A newer channel that has mostly been based on rebuilding the hull of a newer boat that is structurally damaged. The videos are well filmed and edited. Its worth watching to see how this goes.
Would i buy them a beer, yes I would.
This is lumped in with sailing channels but there has only been a couple of boats in the water featured. The boat 'Tall Ho' is being rebuilt and so this could be an engineering or wood working channel however it still feels like a sailing channel.
Leo is a master of explaining things and while nearly everyone who watches is never going to tacke a project anywhere like this, its really interesting.
It is well filmed and put together.
Would i buy Leo a beer? for sure i would.
Ex YouTube Royalty
This used to be one of the best if not the best. It has however slipped quite a lot in the last couple of years.
It was all about watching where they were and where they were going and how they got there. The couple are like a watching couple of mates. The movie making is excellent and worth watching.......but then...
It got as if they HAD to put out a video even if they hadn't done anything so there were endless 'how we' videos that were neither instructional or helpful. Its a real shame.
Would i buy them a beer? I suppose so but only because i had watched them from the beginning.
Paul and Cheryl offer some of the best movie making including everything from the boat and locations to cooking and instructional maintenance.
I normally shy away from to much instruction rather than just watching what is being done but Paul and Cheryl do it in an excellent way that could mean your are watching something put out by the equipment manufacture. in other words everything they say is trust worthy and comforting.
Would i buy them a beer?...... for sure. In fact I just missed them at a boat show or I would have.
Lovely couple (plus 1)
Excellent channel with a couple of people who feel like your mates. The boat maintenance is good without being instructional. the cruising area is excellent and has included some inland USA which is a bit different.
Would i buy them a beer? for sure.
An excellent start to the channel with the promise of sailing up the West coats USA and across to the Atlantic then back home to Germany. Unfortunately this never happened and its all been about the areas either side of the Panama Canal. Don't get me wrong its all very visually spectacular and the boat maintenance is ok and sure is done on a budget but in the end....... its all got a bit boring
Would i buy her a beer? yes i would but i'd tell her to get going a bit..
I watched since they bought 'Elements' and fitted it out. There was much to learn without it being to instructional from their side. The filming is excellent and really make you feel like your visiting with them. The higher latitude sailing was excellent too and make me want to follow them. They are just about to start building a Cat so i hope this is also a log of what they do rather than them teaching me how to build a Cat.
I'd buy them a beer if i met them.
Welcome phantom ship mates!
Patrick is out on his own showing that it can be done. he thinks nothing of a massive passage for a trip out that would be more than most peoples miles in a good few years. He offers some instruction without talking down to you but as his channel is about the actual passage there is very minimal maintenance or shots ashore.
I would love to buy him a chateaux nerf de pape if i ever meet him.