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Crazy Cruising is a podcast series hosted by Mollie Cerah. Here she documents her journey by sharing personal experiences and the lessons learnt along the way. The podcast aims to create a safe space where people can share their stories, interact with different voices and live life authentically
 
Ryan Waguespack, Vice President of Business Development at Priority Jet, and Mariln Priest, Founder and CEO at Pioneer Aviation Management, have joined forces to discuss their favorite topic - aviation. Funny, irreverent, and topical, Ryan and Marlin are on top of their game when it comes to all things flying. The Cruising Altitude Podcast is sponsored by Priority Jet, the premier private jet charter, aviation maintenance, and aviation management provider located at the Atlanta Dekalb-Peacht ...
 
Watch as Jason Leppert – editor of Popular Cruising – illustrates cruise reviews, cruise ship and cruise line profiles, industry interviews, itineraries, news and more visually via video at least once each week. Get a lot of information about cruises quickly in under 10 minutes for most of our cruising episodes, live cruise reviews, and cruise ship reviews and tours. For more cruise content, visit the website www.PopularCruising.com at the link in the sidebar. Thanks for watching!
 
Founded in 2002, AmaWaterways is the premier river cruise line in the travel industry with luxury river cruise ships operating all over Europe, along the Mekong River between Cambodia and Vietnam, in Africa on the Chobe River in conjunction with land safari programs and on the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar, formerly Burma. This archive of podcasts includes multiple interview with AmaWaterways VP Gary Murphy, travel journalists, and wine experts & vintners who have hosted the popular AmaWaterway ...
 
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On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we launch a new monthly series on “How I Found My Great Loop Boat”. We’ll talk to members about how they searched for, found, and purchased their Great Loop vessel. First up are Mark & Catherine Aboard “What’s Next”, a 42 Regal Fly.AGLCA
 
First stop, Salinas, an over-nighter from San Diego, into a new marina. The entrance is narrow and has a distinct ‘east coast of Australia bar’ feel, creating a strong desire to make use of a rather large blindfold. The marina is reasonable at $30 US per night, but there is no running water directly to each slip. The key advantage is the assistance…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we bring you part 2 of our mini series on different ways to try out the Looper Lifestyle before buying a boat and committing to cruising the Great Loop. On this episode, we talk to two AGLCA sponsors to find out how they can help you "try before you buy". First up is Jay Kraft from Trawlers Gr…
 
This week, we start a two-week series on how to gain experience aboard and how to get your feet wet on the Loop before buying your own boat. This week’s episode is all about crew aboard. We’ll start with member Paul Goss, an experienced sailor who has taken on crew throughout his sailing career. He’ll talk about his current need for crew for the Gr…
 
Gold Loopers Ken & Celeste Freeman share stories of their Great Loop adventure on this bonus episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast. Ken & Celeste looped aboard a 1970 Hatteras and discuss details about the boat, their Looping timeframe and more.AGLCA
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we focus on the AGLCA Harbor Host program. Learn about this network of volunteers who will provide local knowledge as you cruise your way around the Great Loop, including how to find them, what types of services they provide, and how to become one. We'll also have a conversation with Beth Tyle…
 
Join us as Greg and Susan Costa aboard "Lucky Me" tell the tales of their Great Loop adventure, including information about the charitable giving they did along the way and their e-Books about the Bahamas and Ladies on the Loop.AGLCA
 
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Bob Malkin joins us to walk us through the process of daily cruise planning on the Great Loop. He’ll teach us how to plan for each travel day the evening before, including what information to gather, what factors to consider, and how to prepare for a stress-free day of cruising.…
 
It stole our hearts, we wanted to stay. The island's charm, the people, the way of life appealed to us both, although we tried we couldn't. We did make the most of our stay - dancing, lunching, sharing, making new friends, even doing the laundry became a cherished memory! Join us in Aitutaki... where the women chew tobaccy.....…
 
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Mike Marsiglia of Chesapeake AED Services joins us to explain why Loopers should have these lifesaving devices aboard, and how and when to use them. He’ll also talk about any special considerations for using them aboard a boat.AGLCA
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, our guests are Scott Croft of BoatUS and Peter Wiles who is on the Board of Directors of Canal New York. Scott & Peter will help explain what's happening with the oversight of the New York State Canals and the current bill before the New York legislature that would make changes to the current …
 
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, the AGLCA Home Port Crew answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the Great Loop. We’ll cover the specifications required for a Great Loop boat, popular boats for the Loop, “traditional” Great Loop time frames to be in different places based on the seasonality of the route, AG…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, our guest is Sarah Bowlin, also known as Mom With A Map. We'll provide background on the status of the Welland Canal during COVID, explain some of the discrepancies you may be hearing about procedures, and share the experiences Sarah and her family had getting their boat through the Welland in…
 
On this episode Mollie is joined by one of her friends; Geeshay. They talk about how to deal/relate with our exes- should you totally cut them off after the break-up or maintain some sort of relationship?. In addition, they share their own experiences- how and why they made the decision. Spread Love&Light. --- Send in a voice message: https://ancho…
 
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Gold Loopers Sam & Rev Crouse aboard “Here’s to Us!” tell how they shared their Great Loop adventure on their YouTube Channel, “What Yacht to Do”. They’ll include how they started, how the channel grew, and tips for those considering sharing their adventure on social media.…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Steve Arnt of Columbus Marina shares what to expect from marinas during Covid. We'll include tips on keeping yourself and the marina staff save and share information on what amenities may be unavailable due to Covid.AGLCA
 
There are assorted methods to choose from to achieve the same thing. Whether at anchor, or in the mosquito-infested marina, there is a standard three days to complete all the paperwork. Once you have handed over all your dollars to anyone you meet, lied through your teeth, and signed your life away, you accomplish your “go through” date. Depending …
 
Behind schedule by three months (due to problems on terra firma not nautical) we hurriedly sailed 2,500 miles in six weeks to enable us to witness for ourselves why the San Blas is “a place to see”. We are also preparing for the Panama Canal experience, traversing the magnificent Pacific Ocean and heading home to Australia. We left Demopolis Alabam…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Ken Marks of Marks Marine Insurance joins us to provide an update on the status of the marine insurance marketplace. Ken will discuss the current challenges for those seeking to insure their Great Loop boat and provide useful information to help you work your way through the process.…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Cindy Lewis of Sterling Associates joins us to share her expertise on how to finance your Great Loop boat. Cindy will talk about current requirements for financing and share some of the reasons why financing may be the best option, even if you're able to pay cash.…
 
On this episode Mollie is joined by one of her best friends; Mitchelle. They talk about the dynamics of friendship with their relationship as a case study. In addition they share their experiences in different relationships. Spread Love&Light.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazycruising-molliecerah/message…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, yacht broker and AGLCA Admiral Sponsor Curtis Stokes joins us with a status update on the boat buying market. He'll share insight on inventory, pricing, deposits, and how the process of bringing buyers and sellers together working during the pandemic.…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, the Home Port Crew delivers information on the "State of the Association" by wrapping up 2020 on the Great Loop and giving you a look at what's ahead for 2021. Topics include stats for 2020, AGLCA events planned for 2021, advocacy issues, membership dues, planned waterway closures, and more.…
 
On this episode Mollie is joined by videographer Awore254 to further discuss the relationship we share with ourselves. They shed more light on this topic and get candid on how that affects day-to-day life. Spread Love&Light.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazycruising-molliecerah/message…
 
A successful ‘Flopper Stopper’ principally has to do two things. (1) Sink easily. (2) Resist an upward force. One simple method is to have a weighted horizontal door. The ‘door’ opens on the way down (sinks) and ‘closes’ on the up lift from the halyards, a bit like a one-way valve. I have plans, in my head, for a stainless steel flopper. Sort of li…
 
With unemotional precision and no time for niceties the facts are disseminated to the awaiting crews. The silence buffets between the groups and the adrenaline starts pumping as a few of us peek over the wall to the building seas that await us. Many of us are scribbling down the information and start swaying from foot to foot in impatience of ‘gett…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we'll be talking about wintering in the Florida Keys with Gold Looper, Wendy Wilson. Wendy & Bobby Wilson and their four daughters have made the Keys their winter home since completing their first Loop in 2017. Wendy will share tips on where to tie up, what to do, and how to save money during …
 
It's easy to judge people's decisions, especially those on the water. Being a Skipper must not be taken lightly. That little piece of paper saying you are a licenced Captain carries a heavy responsibility. As a Skipper, you are responsible for everything and everyone on board. You are responsible even when you are not onboard - and even for your cr…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio Podcast, we discuss how to best work with a boatyard to avoid surprises when it's time to pay the bill. Our guest is Brian Donovan of Donovan's Shady Harbor Marina. Brian brings a unique perspective to the topic as both a marina owner with a boatyard on site and the owner of a 75' Hatteras he cruises b…
 
They say the relationship you have with yourself sets the tone for all other relationships. On this episode Mollie takes a deep dive into the relationship she shares with herself. Explaining how she got there and how it's affected her day to day activities. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazycruising-molliecerah/message…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Dave Fuller teaches us what to do if someone falls overboard. Dave is a Gold Looper and the new U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Education Director. He'll walk us through how to prevent a "man overboard (MOB)" incident, how to be prepared to handle the situation, and the steps to take in the unlikel…
 
We arrived Papeete the same day as Noel’s daughter, Mel arrived from Ayers Rock. We were nonchalant about the timing, only because we had not considered that marvellous innovation of the date line. After negotiating low flying aircraft, we chose the most popular anchorage, on the west of the island, south of French Polynesia’s Capital. Deep, clear …
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Mark and Sherri Rinkel share the details of their emergency at anchor. When a health issue incapacitated Mark, Sherri was left to take on tasks aboard the boat that she had never tackled before. We hope listeners will learn from their experiences and be inspired to ensure "cross-training" of t…
 
Join us for this week's Great Loop Radio podcast when Scott & Karen DeVoll, Gold Loopers and owners of Capable Cruising, Inc., share details on cruising to the Dry Tortugas. Learn what to expect when visiting this most remote U.S. National Park aboard your own boat.AGLCA
 
‘Successful cruising is a matter of continual awareness’. This adage was not followed. Sitting at a beach bar, boasting about crossing oceans to the only people who care to listen, other cruisers, is not awareness. With my back firmly placed to the worrying scene of two dinghies porpoising in their attempts to ride the increasing swell, I figured t…
 
Considering working from aboard while "boat-schooling" the kids and Looping at the same time? On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, hear how the Bowlin family fits it all in. Brent & Sarah will share details and practical tips on this increasingly popular lifestyle.AGLCA
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Cherie Ve Ard and Chris Dunphy join us to talk about staying connected in order to work while Looping. Cherie and Chris are Loopers whose site, Mobile Internet Resource Center, includes guides to help you select the gear and services that can help you ensure internet connectivity while you cru…
 
We may not have the refinement of fine arts but what we have is so much better. In a remote anchorage, with a welcoming beach and shady palms, where do we get our culture from here? Well these can be the best spots. Good anchorages will fill by the end of the day with Aussies; Pommies; Americans; Turks, Canadians, Dutch, Kiwis ad Infinitum. A potlu…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Keith Ruse, President of Deltaville Boatyard, talks about preventative maintenance on your Great Loop boat. Keith is an American Boat & Yacht Council Certified Master Technician and on this episode, we cover oil and filter changes.AGLCA
 
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