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SailAway 46 | Live-Aboard Sailboat Tour – Hunter Legend 35.5 | Sailboat Living Sailing Vlog

September 8, 2019

do you wanna sail away I wanna say where
do you wanna sail with me hey y’all so today we beard we would do
a just a little boat tour showed me the outside of the boat a lot because we
have done a lot of upgrades Eric spent a lot of work on it what we haven’t
shouldnt do the inside of the boat very much figure today I’ve got a little bit
of downtime the child is with Nonna and Grandpa and Eric is out working so it’s
just me on the boat and it’s pretty quiet my Noctis but I do have a list of
things that Eric would like me to tell you about on the boat we’ll see if we
get to all of them we have gotten a lot of questions about what kind of boats
oil is and she is a hundred ninety five legend 35 five we believe she is the
last one ever built we don’t know for sure we can’t get any information about
it apparently all the records are destroyed but we know that she was built
in December of 1995 and 1995 was the last
year that they built them so there’s a very good chance that she is if not the
last one pretty close she’s got an open transom and Stern
seats which we’re only on the newer ones she’s got a gray marine a 95 touchscreen
with a quantum Wi-Fi Raider radar not Rader excuse me and currently there’s
just a wind generator for charging okay it’s really bright out here so I’m going
to go down below oh that’s so much better and actually see all right so
you’ve probably seen a lot of this and our videos but all votes are different
so we figured if we would show you kind of the cool little things that are going
on with Leila obviously she is 35 and a half feet and right now I am standing in
our galley kitchen she does have nice big refrigerator we
obviously are not stocked up since we just got back there’s lots of room for
fun things have a stove I’m gonna here let me show you that I’m gonna two
burner stove in an oven which is pretty regularly let me show you where the
trash bin is in case you ever would entail it’s right here underneath the
sink and all their cleaning stuff I don’t really have a designated pantry we
just kind of use whatever space we got so in our floors here we have all of our canned goods all the way here – and all of our pots
and pans located underneath the oven which is very convenient that’s like a li pretty much everything
you’ve seen everything it works show you the baby’s room so this used to
be where Eric and I slept because it’s like a queen-size birth I believe it was
really nice now we have it as the baby’s room and then we just use the other half
as storage all the baby’s toys we didn’t have the baby in the Bieber but he fell
out of it one time so we moved him here where it’s only a foot drop instead of
the three feet there’s his clothes storage and he’s got
some nice cool fancy light better there we got some access hold on you can feed
two hands so got Indian access on this side which if you saw that’s where we
had to start the motor won’t yet jumpstart it we fix that problem thank
goodness and then speaking of motor access we also have it right here you’ve seen us do a lot of work on that
fit we have replaced our toilet go to the bathroom yeah with an electric
toilet so let’s do if you ever are on our boat toilet paper is in this first
one here is our shower just so math here’s our diaper pail
luckily we’re potty training so hopefully we won’t need that very much
longer then on this side we have our nav station and underneath we’ve just kind
of got a nice little catch-all where most of our equipment goes flares very
important other safety equipment locating signals we’ve got air horns
back there whatever this is personal water purification we also have a bunch
of books um you know case shit hits the fan it’s Bible skills some celestial
navigation mama-mama wakey-wakey okay the Abacos
passages Eric swears by this one we’re gonna start fishing more and
hopefully catch things that we can’t eat hats of course I mean a lot of hats on a
boat here’s our lovely dining room that also converts into a bed vacuum cleaner
has dogs on boats shed a lot just broke it apparently that was not the button to
turn it on don’t hit that button alright let me fix that all right we do have a little TV it’s
actually just a computer monitor that we have def we’ve got a Apple TV we aren’t
in anywhere with Wi-Fi at the moment so we don’t use that very much at all
usually we don’t have the doors on our bedroom but we put them back on so we do have our own little space my
full room our closets
everything’s getting washed at the moment the way up to and a wind scoop
what’s this awesome I never use them they’re really cool we also have a bunch
of net to go over all the hatches or when we have everything open so you
don’t get the bun from you because everybody knows that the bugs are what
can kill ya I mean not really you just make your life miserable so we have
reflectors that we have actually cut so we just took one of the car reflectors
for the windshield and cut them to fit so they are in all of our patches
they’re also in the skylights we have them for like literally everything and
it was probably what like five bucks really helps keep the boat nice and cool
other than that I think I’ve showed you everything at
least down here so now you know Thanks well hello all Christmas just
passed we hope y’all had a great one and of course we hope you have a excellent
new year and mostly we want to thank everybody for watching thanks for all
likes all the comments being there being there and of course to our patreon they
appreciate you guys more than you know yeah right here here is to see you for
you thanks for making our 2018 awesome and here’s a awesome 2019
cheers Cheers and now we bring you I mean maybe not
exactly the sunset because there’s a vote directly in the way of it but all
the rest


  • Reply Black Dog Sailing December 28, 2018 at 8:17 pm

    Hey Guys, Happy Holidays! Hope you had a great Christmas and that your New Year is fantastic! I really enjoyed the tour! I was a little surprised at how much our boats are alike. Mine's a 1993. I have seen several of the older models and there are many differences in the interior. Yours and mine are very much alike. I even have the hatch in the larger portlight over the stove(which I never open because the gasket is loose and it is hard to make it stop leaking once opened!). One of those large side portlights seems to have been hit and cracked. This spring I plan to replace that one and maybe all four if they are reasonable. The one's from Hunter are outrageously expensive! I'm happy to hear you guys had enough room. I'm not sure how many I will be traveling with, but not more than one or two others I'd guess. Still planning to travel South next Fall. Planning to cruise the Keys, maybe up the West coast and probably the Dry Tortuga's. Can't wait! Don't imagine I'll make it down there before you head out again. If I happen to make it to Florida before then I'll try to look you up.

  • Reply Allyn Onderdonk December 28, 2018 at 10:39 pm

    What a clean and beautiful boat. What are you looking for in a new boat, maybe I can help point you in the right direction. Here are my super secret…well…not so secret but useful boat buying links: Boat deals:

  • Reply Michael DeNicola December 29, 2018 at 1:51 am

    Nice video Happy holidays and hope you had a nice Christmas.  Safe Sailing

  • Reply SailingKayode December 29, 2018 at 2:41 am

    Are you heading back to the Bahamas soon?

  • Reply Edward Werthner December 29, 2018 at 4:06 am

    Enjoying life n keeping your dreams i is the only way to be . Where to next

  • Reply Ernest Dougherty December 29, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Just came across your video watched it very lovely nice boat so I subscribe so I can learn more about you and what your journey is you travel on your beautiful sailboat thanks for sharing fairwinds oh and Happy New year

  • Reply corey haynes December 29, 2018 at 10:33 pm

    Hello from the Great Lakes State Southwest Michigan st.joe South Haven enjoy tagging along with you guys enjoyed your latest video& tour of your boat have a happy New Year and look forward to following you guys in your travels

  • Reply Camping Uncensored December 30, 2018 at 5:23 pm

    Just found your channel hope to see you in the Caribbean

  • Reply corey haynes December 31, 2018 at 7:05 pm

    hi I will keep a eye out for your future travels thank you for your replies it's very nice chatting with you guys have a happy new year hope you are tied up or anchored somewhere warm typical Michigan day weather rain snow and cold all in a 24-hour period. Lol.

  • Reply Rusty Harrison January 21, 2019 at 4:08 pm

    Which marina were you in in Charleston? Was it St John's?

  • Reply Chas Ket April 16, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    Hey based on what I'm seeing on this video you guys definitely need a ditch bag!

  • Reply MGTOW La Monk May 29, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    A little FYI on your can goods stored in the bilge area. Great idea, the tip is remove the labels then take a sharpie and write on it what it is. The reason being when the labels get wet they WILL come off and clog your bilge pump ! The labels also make a great place for bugs to hide , breed and hatch. Keep up the great 👍 work.

  • Reply Pepe Deez Nutz June 19, 2019 at 4:42 am

    I like that you added the door to the V

  • Reply Headhunterracing September 1, 2019 at 1:31 am

    Camera work needs major improvement.

  • Reply Tony hood September 7, 2019 at 12:54 pm


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