REALITIES of BOAT LIFE: Watch Before You Buy!

Four years ago, we bought a sailboat and set out to explore the world with absolutely no sailing experience. Now, we're sharing what we wished we had known.
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If hindsight were 20/20 I don't know if we would have done half the things we have done.
Four years ago, we bought a boat and set out to explore the world with absolutely no sailing experience. Experts and novices all around the world wide web told us we would fail, sink, and die.
Well, surprise, surprise, we’re still alive! Turns out you CAN just go buy a boat and sail about the world.
BUT…that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
To say we had (and still have) a lot to learn is an understatement. Knowing we were clueless, we made a video so we would be able to one day reflect on our newbie expectations and compare them to reality.
Looking back at our peculiar beginning now is both comical and endearing. We really had no idea what was ahead of us. We thought our RV experience would help…and it did…but there is sooo much more to boat life than we could comprehend.
Currently, we’re stuck in isolation in Fiji. Restrictions and closures keep us from exploring so we’ve been sifting through years of videos, mistakes, misadventures, and victories. Asking ourselves, if we could go back in time what advice would we give ourselves, what would we want to know?
So, if hindsight is 20/20, here it is, the realities of living on a sailboat. The stuff we wished we would've known before we bought a boat, and set off around the world.
We’re Jason and Nikki Wynn. We been living #OffTheGrid and exploring the world for almost a decade.
Our first six years of #travel were an epic road trip around North America.
Now we’re on a #sailing voyage about the world. Did we have any previous sailing experience, of course not!
Neither of us is overly talented, smart, rich, lucky, or retired. But that doesn’t stop us from reaching far-flung destinations, having wild adventures, and managing everything that makes living aboard a moving vessel possible.
We’re two ordinary people that just so happen to live an extraordinary life.
Because... Life is an adventure!
Extraordinary moments out there for anyone willing, and wanting, to go after it. Ya know life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
And this is why we publish our lives on the world wide web. We share in hopes of inspiring you to find your adventure.
Shared with LOVE 💕
- Jason & Nikki Wynn
00:01 The (Short) Story of How We Bought a Sailboat
01:02 4+ Years ago we made this video before we bought a boat
01:51 Sailing is EASY
04:25 Boat Life is a Full-Time Job
05:08 How we Plan a Sail
07:11 Double Your Budget
08:18 Time is Money
09:04 How much per year for repairs
10:20 You’ll Become Handy at Fixing the Boat
11:26 Sailing Community is Happy to Help
12:57 Buy More High Quality Tools
13:55 Sleeping on a sailboat is WAY Easier than we imagined
14:26 Tips for Sleeping at Anchor
14:51 Getting Seasick while sailing
15:48 Helming or Driving the Boat
16:36 You Don’t Need it: A/C, Hot Water, Refrigeration
17:28 Is the Sailing Life right for you?
17:41 We’re Terribly Homesick and ready to get back to our catamaran CURIOSITY
18:42 Do you have any QUESTIONS for us?
19:06 A Beautiful Fiji Sunset
❗❗ You can always find exclusive photos, experiential tips, honest opinions & links to our favorite gear on our website: ❗❗
#BoatLife #Catamaran #TravelVlog #DigitalNomad #LifeStyle #Sailboat
© Gone With the Wynns 2020

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  • Thanks BIG TIME for making this intro/info video. Great job!

    Joseph MccorkleJoseph MccorkleVor 3 Stunden
  • Great Vid- Thanks much! Subed

    J AlexandrJ AlexandrVor 5 Stunden
  • Another good way is to volunteer as a crew member moving sailboats. I learned more from those captains than any sailing lessons I’ve taken over the last 30 years. Nothing like a before daybreak shift on a clear night where stars cover the sky and there’s nothing like running in 12’ waves where you see nothing but water as you go down those waves.

    Jim MotleyJim MotleyVor 2 Tage
  • Welcome to the real world folks. There are probably several billion people in the World that fix their cars brakes light oil tires forget AC shock paint dents wipers etc. those are luxuries. I have always laughed at you people with 1st world concerns verses the real people with 3rd real world problems. With an internet connection or the help of others you would die.

    Sonny CrockettSonny CrockettVor 2 Tage
  • 👍Terrific video & tips. Great editing as always. Wishing you both the best. 🤗💞🤗

    LovingAtlantaLovingAtlantaVor 3 Tage
    • Vinaka!

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 3 Tage
  • is this just rich people learning how to live the dream of poor people? going from a 60K+ RV remotely to a 90K+ boat remotely? and THEN learning how to be "handy"?

    James FisherJames FisherVor 4 Tage
    • Uhhhhhh, where did you get those numbers and what are you talking about?

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 3 Tage
  • You really really look good together,,, so good... hope to meet you in person when you visit Philippines... :) much love..

    TheBridjjeTheBridjjeVor 5 Tage
  • I make sure I get a brand new boat.....hahaha

    Steve LamSteve LamVor 5 Tage
  • I'd like to learn more about the visa & customs process going from country to country.

    paul spaul sVor 7 Tage
  • I'm always mystified at the downsthumbers. These videos are the best! ☺❤

    BoondockabilliesBoondockabilliesVor 7 Tage
    • 😍

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 5 Tage
  • Nikki by looking it seem that you are bigger in age then you spouse . It look that way , do not take me wrong but be more on the other side of the mountain let him say thing what he want 😂 . Don't be his mother be his wife , you are good looking lady enjoy life think of your future (children) , if you say that you are 28 then enjoy it ,age come very fast on women ... Why I tag along with you is that you are deceson as per clothing . May GOD ALMIGHTY🙏 look at all problem in best way... Aameen ..time 6:25 am ,Saturday June 27 , 2020 . temp 40 c ... Izaz Khan . Lahore Pakistan .

    Izaz KhanIzaz KhanVor 9 Tage
  • Yep. I remember the Alaska video like it was yesterday. I cannot believe how far you have come. Kudos to you both.

    Ray SpencerRay SpencerVor 10 Tage
  • Such a lovely video. Just all such fun and learning hey. I love my leopard Cat and it’s just so fun being out there. Great one guys

    Mike FergusonMike FergusonVor 12 Tage
  • Thankful for finding you two! In the planning stages of selling and joining the lifestyle. Any idea how long you’d continue doing this ? In my mind the number would be 10 yrs of serious travel/adventure/exploration, what do you think ? Wish you everlasting joy - Vancouver Canada 🇨🇦

    James ClarkeJames ClarkeVor 13 Tage
  • Thank you very much for the video! You are great! Cheers from Portugal!

    Daniel BarretoDaniel BarretoVor 13 Tage
  • You know you can hire a boat, right? And go on a trip for a day, then a weekend, then a week. Figure out what you like and what you want, learn to sail, etc. *Then* make a complete life-changing decision.

    RogerWilcoRogerWilcoVor 14 Tage
  • My wife and I have done quite a bit of sailing over the last 25 years... she gets horribly sea sick... unless she puts on a scopolamine transderm patch about 9 hours b4 leaving. They last about 3 days for her... and by the time they wear off she is 100% acclimated. In the US it's by prescription but they do work... nothing else does for her. Hope this helps others!

    Robert DyasRobert DyasVor 14 Tage
  • My husband and I plan on doing something very similar. We are taking a break from studying Sailing 101 right now! We take the hands on course in a week then Sailing 103 in a month. As soon as we sell our beach house we plan to buy a boat and begin our adventure, Can't come soon enough for me! We both enjoy your videos and have learned some very useful info. Thanks for sharing what you have learned! Maybe we'll see you on the high seas!

    Sharon PtakSharon PtakVor 16 Tage
  • You guys are so courageous. 99.99% of people are so afraid to break out from same-ol-everyday life thing that they end up spending entire life doing the same thing over and over. And unfortunately, I am one of those 99.99% of people. Love your youtube channel, I have been watching for last 4 years. I've been looking for RV but still haven't raised enough courage to even do part time RV'ing. I envy you guys.

    미국의사 조동혁의100세 건강시대미국의사 조동혁의100세 건강시대Vor 17 Tage
    • We hope you make the dream happen! 💙💛💙

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 17 Tage
  • oh yea... not as easy as some may think, that is for sure... same goes on anything, bus, van, car.. it all needs service and attention, always tweaking. love this.

    Monica PerezMonica PerezVor 18 Tage
  • awesome video, learning a lot.

  • I would be curious how you guys manage your video files before and after editing? These types of videos that include flash-backs always makes me wonder how you are able to find "the perfect clip" or memory. Sending positive vibes your way, from N.C.

    Christy RayChristy RayVor 25 Tage
  • rule of thumb, his poor wife

    Christian ReinischChristian ReinischVor 25 Tage
  • With what you know, what would be the MINIMUM monohull size could you handle without killing each other?

    Greg GreenGreg GreenVor 25 Tage
  • you both are ALWAYS smiling through any situation and that transfers to those of us watching you. THANK YOU! I have been dreaming of live-a-aboard boat life for many years. After stumbling across your channel, I've been obsessed with your journey. My countdown to this being my reality is 6-8 months away. The past 2 years I have been in full planning, budgeting, studying, learning, downsizing (aka no and prepping for this catamaran purchase and transition into sailing life. My top questions for you both would be...…(ssshhhh whisper and don't listen Curiosity, they LOVE YOU no matter their answer). Rewind back 4 years ago....Would you have made every effort to stretch budget to purchase a newer than 10 yr old catamaran vs. purchasing an older one and sinking money into some fixes right away? Have you thought about if you would have selected a different layout of catamaran, for example a cat with a flybridge? And lastly, have you at any time wished you would have gone for a 4 cabin cat vs. the 3 cabin owners version? These are my most pondering thoughts every time I watch all the cruisers and their journeys. A HUGE thank you in advance for taking the time to answer for me :) :) :)

    Amber BondAmber BondVor 25 Tage
    • All good questions and I'll copy them over to the list! Nikki & Jason may also choose to chime in here when they see this, but they get these questions pretty often so I can give you some basic answers. Click over to the blog to the "sailboat shopping" tab for deeper dive into their thought process at the time. Newer used boat? Well sure, if money were no object. But they felt is was really important to a stress-free lifestyle to own the boat outright and they went way over-budget as it was with Curiosity. They then had 2 years to save up more money to complete all the repairs & upgrades necessary to make her ready for blue-water cruising. (Buying newer would have still probably required spending some additional money to get the boat outfitted the way they wanted, so newer is no guarantee that you won't need to spend additional money.) Flybridge: Nikki waffles back & forth on this one. I think the last waffle was toward no, because having the living space all on one level was really important & one reason they went catamaran & not mono. A flybridge also puts you more in the weather. Better view though! 3 vs. 4 cabins: although having a fourth cabin would be handy for those times when the entire Wynn clan comes to visit, I think the answer here would still be a resounding no. The 3 cabin or "owner's version" was one of their top priorities when shopping, for several reasons. First is just the separation from guests, which is nice for everyone. But it also provides a lot more room: bigger shower, more bathroom space in general, more storage, and even a small desk and workspace which I'm sure has come in handy when they have guests aboard. There's a full tour of Curiosity on the blog if you haven't seen it. Hope that helps! Curious Minion

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 25 Tage
  • Great job guys loved the vid I’m really considering giving up the city life for a life at sea 👌

    Jay BeardJay BeardVor 25 Tage
  • Thinking about having a nice drink after working on the boat all day?.......... Double It!!!! LMBO

    John WayneJohn WayneVor 26 Tage
  • Thanks!

    Brian FedieBrian FedieVor 26 Tage
  • As a life long sailer I can only say, you all have hit the nail on the head. Happy Sails.

    Owen LuckOwen LuckVor 27 Tage
  • Thanks for everything, for sharing your adventure and life, we have been follow you from the episode 2, and then started to interested in the other part of your adventures in the bus , but most of the time we waiting for curiosity’s episodes. We think to do the same life but not yet our life give to us the opportunity. (is long to write, maybe one day talking about this).... English is not my first language and I only work a lot but now I have time!!!! So here I am. I’m Monica and my husband is Peter, we living in NYC. First I want to say that we was so angry with you for the cat’s decision (Cleo y Singa), just today I can buck to watch yours videos, I have cried a lot and I’m still crying, but is it what is it. And today I saw your homesick and I’m crying more!!!! For that I writing to express my love , our love for you two, that you have to know about😍 Take a way in our life is hard and persist, resist and endure whatever happens is more harder. You doing amazing 👍 as a mother I love see you happiest people in the planet and the joy that you give to us is enormous. This time is an opportunity, think that this time together is a gift 🎁 the future is coming and the next adventure also . Love mo&pet. (question, how is the kitty 🐱? She find a family?

    Monica EspinosaMonica EspinosaVor 27 Tage
  • Great video, I dont sail but think you guys are great to watch on your adventures, great job guys

    Fishing with AntoFishing with AntoVor 27 Tage
  • just picked up my first boat, it's a 26 foot cutter cruiser and doubled keeled :D

    Phillip JacowskiPhillip JacowskiVor 27 Tage
  • I love you guys and love your videos. I think I'm actually homesick for you question is do you have plans to ever sail over in France, Italy.....Europe? I think you would love it and I want to live vicariously through you lol

    Michelle LegaultMichelle LegaultVor 28 Tage
    • Yes but we're still 1/3 of the world away. Stay tuned!

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor 27 Tage
  • Great episode..and makes me think back immediately to some of the other great episode you guy's put out , meaning the format style and such, how to etc, do's and don'ts . You really do these episodes well.

    Michael DouglasMichael DouglasVor 28 Tage
  • Had to laugh about the bolts! We've already started our collection. Priceless!

    Astrid PallmeAstrid PallmeVor 28 Tage
  • as an older professional mariner...former navy man..federal service academy grad..licensed ship master..we all know the 2 happiest days of a yachtsman

    Karen MataKaren MataVor 28 Tage
  • Electric scooters or hoverboards to replace bikes may be an option to consider. Small to storage...

    Paulo CorreiaPaulo CorreiaVor 29 Tage
  • Great Video! However, I'm not sure you're helping us sell any more boats. :) Very valuable information. I appreciated the comments about 10% - 30% Maintenance Costs. This is always a tough equation to try to explain to New, Lightly Used and Used Buyers. It's all how "Handy" you become. Trust me, I had NO Idea, I'd learn to replace Turbos, Inner-Coolers, etc, etc. Thanks for all the Great Adventures & Content. Come visit your Neighbors next time you're in Lauderdale / Harbour Town Marina. Cheers. Tony ( AKA - Engine Room Yoga FLYachtPro ) /// Free Beers for Wynn's:

    Florida Yacht Pro: Tony SmithFlorida Yacht Pro: Tony SmithVor 29 Tage
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    Peter PonomarenkoPeter PonomarenkoVor 29 Tage
  • tell it like it is Bravo !!!

    dondonVor 29 Tage
  • Just subscribed. All the best. Boat looks really good. Whats the make and model?

    E HE HVor Monat
    • @Gone with the Wynns Thank you.

      E HE HVor Monat
    • She's a 2005 Leopard 43. You can see specs & such here: Thanks for joining the crew & sailing with us! 💙💙💙💙

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • I relate to all of this. You just summed up our life for the last year. First boat, never been sailing, outfitted with davit, solar, water, batteries, sailing school, prepping for the journey, pet permits, fixing everything!! This is SO spot on for what life is really like on a boat. Great video!

    kastearmankastearmanVor Monat
  • Time it takes !! so true as you say even the normal 2 hour trip to shop takes almost a day, well spoken about . Great info & true that's what we found Andy & Sonja sv Catatude

    andy pulmanandy pulmanVor Monat
  • I always thought you both were millionaires such expensive tastes How could you without a bottomless pit of money

    dave bevandave bevanVor Monat
    • Nope.

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • I would advise to download star charts of the area you are going to go so you can confirm distance and the location you are on the planet against the land charts so you know where to sail in fog or bad weather like heavy winds in case you loose power.

    Paxton RobinsonPaxton RobinsonVor Monat
  • Always fun to watch your vlogs. When do you get back to the boat?

    S. AshcraftS. AshcraftVor Monat
    • Who knows??????????????????????????????

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • Are you brother and sister?

    Heavens to MurgatroydHeavens to MurgatroydVor Monat
  • Jason, Do you still get seasick now 4 years later or have you become acclimated to life on the water? (Asking because my wife gets horribly seasick on my boat. I’ve never been in my life (knock on wood!))

    SkrenSkrenVor Monat
    • You can never "acclimate" and can get sick any time the conditions are right. Sorry.

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • looking at a Leopard 44 - how do you manage the time for prep before the sale

    Jacques van EckJacques van EckVor Monat
    • Click on the sailboat shopping tab here for all the posts during the shopping & buying Curious Minion

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • recently i read news that some yachts from australia looted by pirates... are you not affraid? or you have prepared? i suggest you not to sail on hindian ocean... especially in somalia, its dangerous...

    benaiah ahmadbenaiah ahmadVor Monat
  • Love you guys! Great wisdom. I would also let people know that there is no place hotter than the bilge of a boat. And also, do your preventive maintenance. it can save you many headaches and possibly your life and boat. MarknTara

    mark ayersmark ayersVor Monat
  • life is a full time job. BUT the crap countries require now to swindle money and your health with required vaccines . means, '' world cruisers need to find ''safe harbors'' , small, no crap. can be done , BUT if people dont get hold of their corrupt Govs. . those will be gone. future generations better pray their ancestors do get ''hold.......

    spymaine89spymaine89Vor Monat
  • Fiji’s remaining 3 active covid19 cases tested negative today making Fiji Covid free. Maybe Tonga will allow you in now and you can get back to adventuring. Good Luck!

    1marcopolo271marcopolo27Vor Monat
  • This is the first vid of yours that I’ve seen and it won’t be the last. You’re both delightful, and I very much appreciate the “I’m just a regular guy/gal” approach. I’m a senior gal and got the notion a few months back that selling my home, etc. and living aboard a boat would be a wonderful thing, so I’ve been spending a lot of time on DE-visions trying to learn about boats and everything it means to choose that lifestyle. I especially appreciate the videos like this one that show the warts with the beauty. I’m still vacillating between sail or motor, mainly bc motor yachts seem more conducive to a live-aboard situ, but seem to cost an arm & a leg in fuel cost if you want to go anywhere. Though I doubt I’d do a great amount of travel, I’d like to have the option to take off, and a sailboat, from that standpoint, seems the better choice. Regardless, I hope to get some sailing lessons in the next month or so. If you see this and think you have something to add that might aid in my decision making, I’d appreciate the feedback. I also have pets. I hope your joie de vivre is contagious!

    Laurie FranciscoLaurie FranciscoVor Monat
  • Guys June 15th is quickly approaching!!

    Gary HerlthGary HerlthVor Monat
  • ♥️

    Just CatamaransJust CatamaransVor Monat
  • We started following you when I did some research on solar and found your solar setup with the RV. That was 5 years ago. All these years we love watching you do what you do. But would never do it! It "looks" like fun but we know that for every 10 min. you have on video 6 to 8 hours of work maybe hard work went into getting this video to where we could watch it. We would like to take this time to say thank you! We really love your channel but mostly we would never spent the money and take such risk ourselves so.....we watch you two silly's do it, and enjoy every second.

    jjVor Monat

    Bahama SageBahama SageVor Monat
  • I would luv to live on a house 🚢 I have never even even got 2 c the ocean

    ladies_man6609ladies_man6609Vor Monat
  • What a great video you let it all out you tell the truth but in the end you see the excitement and the passion that you both have for sailing and for exploring thanks so much for sharing your experiences hope you get back to your home soon stay safe and Godspeed

    William LawtonWilliam LawtonVor Monat
  • Thanks for the information. Do you still get sea sick? Or does it just happen once and then you get use to it?

    mudwhistle74mudwhistle74Vor Monat
    • Unfortunately you can get seasick any time. Some people are more prone to it than others. Yay me!

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
  • Many of us hope you get home soon. Be safe.

    Jim 6100 A. in PhoenixJim 6100 A. in PhoenixVor Monat
  • You need 130k for a decent sailboat

    Mobile PlayersMobile PlayersVor Monat
  • If you took all of your advice as you see it today you might not have done what you have actually done. The obstacles would look too great and financially you might have said - this is impossible. I believe all of your advice and experiences are absolutely on the money however sometimes a person just needs to jump in and start the journey. Of course you can't be blind to the money issues but you actually did a lot of planning and preparation that the video doesn't give you credit for. Thinking you made a mistake not having you pilot license first does seem like a mistake to me. You got to learn to sale on the boat you actually own. What could be better and more relevant than that. I watched your buying process and thought you had a great broker and I believe you did too. I thought your expectations were a bit high on the condition of the boat verses price but it took your broker a little trickery to bring you to reality. He showed you a typical boat that was a disaster for you to understand the great boat that he had already found for you. Overall I am not sure you did anything wrong as you were very conscientious in the process. As long as feel you have the right boat the rest is just part of dues you have to pay to do what you are doing. This video however is of great value to people who are not as meticulous as you two were. You are a great team and together there does not appear to be much you guys can't do. I wish you the very best in your continuing journeys. Thanks for all of the great adventures.

    Don KislerDon KislerVor Monat
  • It´s a lifestyle of choice. And if your love sailing the seas, then this is absolute. Great info. Remember, learning is life.

    Magnus BerntssonMagnus BerntssonVor Monat
  • What the?!! Burst out laughing with the 'Mutiny On The Bounty' clip! Top choice, great clip!

    NeilhunyNeilhunyVor Monat
  • Bands are being lifted here in the US, are you guys still stuck?

    LocoandchoochLocoandchoochVor Monat
  • I started following after watching you buy your first RV. I would love to be able to work remote from an RV fulltime. Sadly I, like others worked in fields the have no remote options. When you started looking for a boat, I lost interest. I get sea sick! And defiantly cannot afford another hole to dump money into. The RV costs way too much with the quality of units declining. Sail on, safely.

    Vicki CVicki CVor Monat
  • Beauty the scenery is so beautiful and stunning.Very enjoyable! Reminds me of my trips where I take the good music like the Guns N Roses, Imagine Draongs or the Delta Parole and then enjoy the powerful feeling of the sea. ¡vamos!

    funnyglowfunnyglowVor Monat
  • Great video. Where can I find the chairs at 7:06?

    Alex PAlex PVor Monat
    • @Gone with the Wynns Thanks!

      Alex PAlex PVor 22 Tage
    • Pro tip: surf on over to the blog to the gear store or use the search bar at the bottom of each page to find any additional content you're looking for. In this case you're in luck and there's a discount code! Don't forget that making your purchase through the links provided won't cost you anything extra and will throw a few pennies into the sailing kitty. Curious Minion

      Gone with the WynnsGone with the WynnsVor Monat
REALITIES of BOAT LIFE: Watch Before You Buy!