Nautical Lore (Modern) – Podcasts with Jim Brown

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47: Big Experiments with Multihulls Happening

46: Frog Man Bump

45: The Chucunaque

44: Going Down

43: Race to Alaska Start

42: Legendary Sailors & Their Stories (Part 2)

41: Legendary Sailors & Their Stories (Part 1)

40: Blind Sailor? (Part 2)

39: Blind Sailor?

38: The 300-Nut Canoe

37: Small Boat Fun in Cedar Key

36: Fast Forward Interview

35: Space-Age Boatbuilding

34: Randy’s Breakfast

33: Cockpit Conversations (Part 1)

32: Chief Challenge and His Tribe

31: Stranded on a What?! (Part Two)

30: Stranded on a What?!

SPECIAL EDITION: News on New Wing Rig from Randy Smyth

29: Wolfgang Kraker von Schwartzenfeld

28: Seasteading 101

27: The Cave and the Ditch

26: Shooting Venus

25: The Way to Cape Thank God

24: Greatest Boat Ride

23: Rivalry

22: Of Whales, Calms and Alter Wine

21: Ocean Racing Then and Now

20: Hard Knocks and Soft Mud

19: Resiliance

18: On Fixing Proa Problems

17: Park It, Dad

16: Beware, Proa Constructor

15: Cat / Tri Comparisons Part Four – Motion, Accommodation and Safety

14: Cat / Tri Comparisons Part Three – Configurations and Structures

13: Monohull – Multihull Mindsets

12: Catamaran-Trimaran Comparisons, Part One

11: Voices from the Past, Part Two

10: Voices from the Past, Part One

9: Grabbing the Bottom

8: Hijacked and Shipwrecked

7: The Dinghy that Tried to Climb the Mast

6: Chubasco, the Mexican Hurricane

5: Lost and Found

4: Learning to “Feel” a Seafaring Multihull

3: Arthur Piver, Father of the Modern Trimaran

2: Woody Brown and His Trail-Blazing Catamaran

1: Woody Brown and Modern Fast Sailing Boats

INTRODUCTION to Jim Brown’s Outrig “Capercast” … a new podcast of modern nautical lore