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Catch and Cook from ISOLATION – Uninhabited Island Paradise! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 272

Catch and Cook Lobster from our sailboat! Join us as the days stretch into weeks, and the weeks into months as we begin months of isolation in paradise. With months of supplies aboard we begin our exploration of the Ragged Islands, an uninhabited island paradise located in the very southern portion of the Bahamas! It’s the perfect place to be for us as we’re set up to make our own power and water and best of all I’m able to support our family by fishing only a few hours a week!

Sending much love to everyone out there. XXOO- Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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FATIGUED at SEA (part 3 OF 3) Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 271

Day 4 at Sea! Brian Is it easier or harder than you though sailing with a 6 month baby? – β€œWell we’re still alive and no one is going crazy, so I guess easier” :p

After 3 days averaging 4 hours of sleep a night I was definitely starting to feel like I needed a solid NAP. Delos was making great speed flying along at 11 knots from time to time surfing down waves when we spotted the outline of an island just after sunrise. After a pit stop at the Island of Great Inagua to clear Bahamas immigration and customs we continue for another 24 hour sprint to arrive in the isolated Ragged Islands. Oh I was just soooo happy to set the hook in crystal clear water right next to a beautiful white sand beach!!

Hope you liked this passage videos! So much fun to edit and so many great memories! Give us a thumbs up if you enjoyed watching πŸ˜€ Much Love ~ Kazza, Brian and little Sierra

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24 HOURS in Our Life OFFSHORE – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 270

What’s a day in our lives like offshore sailing? In this episode we show you our daily routine, including the dull and exciting things that happen in a single 24 hour period on a small sailboat at sea. We get a call from a boat next to us asking for help, we do a bunch of sail changes, and Brian decides to attempt to wash dirty baby diapers while Delos is rolling around in the swell.

Hope you like this peak into our lives sailing as a family! If you do please subscribe and LIKE THE VIDEO. It makes our day πŸ˜€ Much Love ~ Kazza, Brian and Little Sierra

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Why SAILING makes me NERVOUS – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 269

It’s time to put civilization behind us and some miles under the keel! Our destination is the Ragged Islands, Bahamas some 600NM west of our current position. This passage is the culmination of months of planning and dreaming and we’re as nervous as we are excited about getting underway.

We pull up the hook, set full sail, and watch Puerto Rico slip over the horizon, all while feeling a bit nervous as this will be our longest passage so far. It’s just Brian and I handling the watches, the cooking and the sail changes by ourselves all while taking care of Sierra at the same time. But sailors must sail and now it’s time to get underway!

Much Love from us to you! Hope you enjoyed this first part of our passage. Day two coming out tomorrow πŸ˜€ Much Love ~ Kazza, Brian and Little Sierra

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Sailing OFF THE GRID for 3 months- How do we shop? Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 268

How do you shop for 3 months of OFF THE GRID living on a sailboat? In this episode we find ourselves in the port of San Juan, Puerto Rico preparing to set sail to some very remote islands. Knowing it will be months before we can get supplies again we decide to do a huge provisioning run and fill Delos with enough food for 2 adults + 1 baby for 90 days which is 540 servings plus snacks, drinks, and other necessities like toilet paper! The food in itself is a crazy mission, and if you add in other necessities to keep Delos ship shape like fuel, oil, filters, and other boat projects we have in progress it can get out of control in a hurry. Hope you enjoy the video, and sending you lot’s of love from us currently enjoying our 85th day out here in isolation! Capt. Breeyawn, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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Our neighbors RUN AGROUND! – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 267

Have you ever wondered what the steps are for getting a catamaran off a reef? In this episode Brian helps our neighbors @tgt_sailing after they run aground negotiating a tricky harbor entrance. We also dig into some boat projects and fire up the new solar panels, and I cook up some super delicious banana pancakes πŸ˜€

Hope you enjoy this episode of our day to day life living as a family on our boat. If you do be sure to LIKE THE VIDEO to let us know πŸ™‚ Sending extra virtual HUGS to everyone that subscribes to our channel.
LOVE, Kazza, Brian and The Little Nugget

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WORST NIGHT on anchor EVER! – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 266

Conditions change fast out here and it’s not always blue skies and bikini weather. How can an idyllic anchorage turn into a hell hole of swell and waves in the blink of an eye? Hope you enjoy this video of a not-so-ideal night of our lives. Much Love, Kazza, Brian and little Sierra

After a few hours ashore we come back to find our dingy anchor has broken loose and Maggie is washed up on the rocks. After an hour of bailing and tugging during a nasty rain squall we manage to get her afloat and back to Delos. The swell gets worse and Delos is getting hammered by waves. We can hear the roar of the break on the reef off our starboard side. It’s so loud it wakes us up and we regret putting ourselves and our house in this precarious position. But it’s the middle of the night, and we reason it’s actually safer to wait until sunrise before moving to a better spot. Then suddenly we are woken up by a loud BANG!! Our stern anchor line has snapped, putting us broadside to the swell…

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WHY do people skip this CARIBBEAN island?! – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 265

Sometimes sailing just 30 miles out of the way can lead to a completely new, unexpected experience. After receiving a message from one of our Delos tribe members we decide to sail a bit off the beaten path, to the island of St Croix. We’d only met a handful of boats that had made the trip. But those that had spoke of great diving, organic farms, and quant little towns. And strait away this little island surprised us with friendly locals, excellent scuba diving, delicious food, and great sailing!

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1st Offshore Sail with a Baby- Learning all over again… Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 264

Our first overnight sail with The Little Nugget! We’ve sailed a lot of miles on Delos in all sorts of conditions ranging from flat calm to storm force winds. But now with only two people and a baby onboard we need to learn to sail differently. We need to find a way to keep watch, get some rest, prepare food, and of course take care of Sierra all at the same time! After a middle of the night departure we find some wind, unfurl the sails, and set out West for a few hundred miles of downwind sailing.

Sending Lot’s of Love and hope you guys enjoy the video.- Capt. Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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Our fridge is empty! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 263

After three weeks all we have left in our fridge is two apples and a pack of beets. We decide it’s time to leave our hideout and sail around the corner of the island so we can provision the boat properly. Our time at anchor getting used to life onboard with Sierra has been fantastic, but it’s time to get a move on and start our sailing for the season! After heading into the beach one last time and fixing the broken dinghy engine we set sail and provision Delos with enough food and supplies to last us another month. It’s time to start sailing west!

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Change is HARD! – Flexible Solar Panel Installation – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 262

The FLEXIBLE SOLAR PANELS we installed can be found at https://sunpoweredyachts.com. Just use the code “SVDELOS” and get 10% off!

In this episode we discover the ups and downs of living on Delos with just the three of us. There are some things that are much harder, and other things that are easier…… After a heartfelt talk from Kazza about the videos and a special omelette breakfast surprise we decide to tackle a project of installing some more solar panels. In a previous episode we removed a solar panel to install our new Viasat Internet, so to replace the lost capacity we decided to work with https://sunpoweredyachts.com to install 780W of flexible solar panels on Delos. Just use the code “SVDELOS” and get 10% off!

Sending Lot’s of Love and hope you guys enjoy the video.- Capt. Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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FIRST SAIL beating into 30 knots!!! Do babies get seasick??? Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 261

Imagine that you live on a sailboat, work on a sailboat, and travel on a sailboat. Then you have a baby…. We were extremely nervous setting out on our first sail with The Nugget. How would she react? Would she like it or would it be a total disaster? Do we need to rethink our lifestyle and future plans? Well there’s only one way to find out! With clear skies and what they call “reinforced trades” blowing 25-30 knots we set out straight into it tacking and beating into the swells. It was one hell of a bumpy ride…..

Does anyone out there know if babies can get seasick? We heard not until they can walk because their inner ear balance has not developed, but if anyone has any insight on this we would love to know!

Sending Lot’s of Love and hope you guys enjoy the video.- Capt. Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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Ramukanji (Instrumental) – Laikipia (https://www.wearelaikipia.com/pages/ramukanji-download)
Ready – Brian Taylor (https://soundcloud.com/sailing-sv-delos/brian-taylor-ready)
Stepping Out (Feat Choc Stix) – Ryan Kidwell (https://soundcloud.com/ryan-kidwell/stepping-outfeat-choc-stix)

How to get SUPER FAST Internet on a sailboat – Digital Nomad Edition – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 260

“Come on over to our sailboat we have SUPER fast Internet, even in the middle the ocean!!!” Is something I never thought I would say. But here we are in a brave new world with satellites zooming overhead beaming internet down from space. And now we’re literally catching these space beams with a very fancy, very shiny computer controlled gimbaled bit of hardware and using it to stay connected and work remotely. Both at sea and in the far corners of the globe! In this video we’ll show how we installed and configured the components and system to work on SV Delos πŸ™‚

So how did this all come about? Well like most good ideas it involved a few beers…. At the Southampton boat show I met a very cool guy named Bill. It turns out Bill is a sailor and watches our videos. It also turns out that Bill leads a team at Viasat Maritime. After quite a few scheming sessions we figured out a system that could deliver high speed broadband internet to a sailboat the size of Delos. In fact Bills major concern was how would having this type of internet all the time affect life on board? Knowing we cherish our offline time at sea. My answer- well it does have an off switch right?!? 😜So we began a pilot project with Viasat to prove the concept, which will lead to affordable systems for sailors and those wanting to untether themselves work as true digital nomads wherever you find yourself.

Right now these systems are still in their trial phase, however If you’d like to learn more about the technology and what’s available you can visit maritime.viasat.com or contact them directly at [email protected] .

After installing the new internet super dome Brady and Alex begin their adventures off Delos in the snowy mountains of California for a season of Snowboarding!

Sending Lot’s of Love and hope you guys enjoy the video.- Capt. Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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BABY ONBOARD our Sailboat πŸ‘Ά β›΅We’re back!!!! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 259

Kazza and I are just so excited for you all to meet our Lil’ Nugget- Sierra Ebba Trautman, and share in our adventure as we try to figure out the sailing life with a baby on board!!! After 6 months in Sweden we’re back on Delos and just so excited for you to meet Sierra πŸ™‚ She was born in Sweden and when she was 4 months old we decided it was time to head back to our floating home. So far It’s been an emotional roller coaster with many highs, a few lows, and more than our share of poop stories….

Sending Lot’s of Love and hope you guys enjoy the video.- Capt. Brian, Kazza, and The Little Nugget

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FAQ: Lithium Battery Monitoring, Electrical Repair Kit, and 24V vs 12V DC

This is a series of questions asked by our patrons about Lithium batteries, solar charging, and electrical sailboat items in general. This series of videos covers the following questions:

What are some of the heavy draw electrical items on Delos?
What can be run directly off the batteries and inverters?
What tools, meters, and connectors do we carry on Delos?
What resources do we carry for troubleshooting electrical problems?
How do we monitor our batteries on Delos?
What fridges and freezers can you run off solar and wind?
How much does Air conditioning draw, and can we run it off our solar?
Do we power our laptops with a DC to DC converter or via the inverter?
Is it possible to maintain a 48V battery bank?
Is a 24V DC system practical?
What are the benefits of a 24VDC system?
Solar arch- Why don’t we have our dinghy on davits off the solar arch?
What is the make and model of our inverter?
Could we incorporate water collection into our solar panels.
Is there a difference in the taste of desalinated water?
Have we ever had issued with the solar panels in high wind?
Are the lithium batteries physically the same size as lead batteries?
What about safety with Lithium batteries?
Are solar panels cost effective?
How have prices for solar decreased since we first installed them?
Are Lithium batteries cost effective?
What wire gauge should you use for a solar charge controller?
Pro’s and Cons for a solar arch?
Can we run our dive compressor and water maker off solar and an inverter?
How much more power do we use on Delos than a β€œnormal” cruising boat?
Is a Hybrid Electric drive a real option for a Bluewater cruising boat?
What would it take to get rid of a diesel generator?
How big is our fridge and freezer compared to a house?
How much does our entire arch and solar panel setup weigh?

System Overview for solar, wind, and lithium batteries – Electrical Boat Tech

A compete, high level view of the electrical system on a modern cruising sailboat. I put together a gigantic diagram and talk in detail about each component of the system, and how everything interacts to supply the electrical demand on a modern cruising sailboat. Topics covered in this video:

1) A project recap of the installation of our LIFePO4 Lithium Batteries, inverter, battery monitoring system, and switching to electric induction cooking on a sailboat.
2) A complete walk through of the electrical system of a modern cruising boat. Starting at the power sources (wind, solar, hydro, generator, and dock) Brian explains each part of the system and how everything works together.
3) We discuss the role of charge controllers and how important of a role they play.
4) How much power can we generated with wind and solar?
5) Just how noisy are wind generators?
6) 1 Year review of our Induction Stove and Electric oven and how it’s worked out.

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Using Social Media Influence as a Multiplier for Charity- By Brian

Sailing across the Indian Ocean way back in 2015 we listened to a podcast about Tom’s Shoes.Β  This is one of our favorite indulgences on passage, and it’s a great way to pass the time while we lounge around half asleep to the gentle rocking motion of Delos.Β  One eye on the horizon and an ear tuned into whatever happens to be playing in the background.Β 

The on watch crew has control of the entertainment, and in this case we were on a marathon session of β€œHow I Built This” by Guy Raz.Β  The podcast featuring Tom’s Shoes popped up and the story of creating a profitable business that could still have a positive impact on the world rung true with us.Β  Then and there we decided that we would try and use whatever social media influence we had to not only promote our project and way of living, but to also try and help those less fortunate than ourselves.

Based on these ideals, when we wrote our articles of incorporation for β€œThe Delos Project” we decided to do a few things.Β  First off, we decided to use the money from our Buy us a Beer fund (some, but not all! Ha Ha.) to actually pass on the love and buy other people beers.Β  You have no idea how much fun it is to buy random strangers in a bar a round of beers.Β  They look confused at first, probably wondering “What do you have to profit from buying me a drink?Β Β What do you want in return?”Β Β 

Eventually they smile and thank you, to which we reply β€œDon’t thank us, it’s a gift given to us by someone on the other side of the world.Β  All we ask is you enjoy the drink, and if possible do the same for someone else down the road.”  It’s a concept of paying it forward, and of course this often results in many more rounds and great conversation during which we do our best to explain our lifestyle, and how we support it by sailing around the world and making YouTube videos.

Even more important than buying random strangers drinks, we decided to set aside a percentage of any financial gain from The Delos Project and put the money towards ideals that focus on the areas of humanity and the environment.Β  In fact, here is a snippet from a document entitled β€œThe Articles of Chagos” which we wrote in the middle of the Indian Ocean in the remote, uninhabited archipelago of Chagos.

Articles of Chagos

Drafted on August 13th, 2015

Karin Syren, Josje Leyten, Brian Trautman, Brady Trautman

Mission statement:

Delos is about inspiring people, about encouraging people to live in the now.Β  We hope by doing this others will take a few moments to relax from the typical rushed pace of life and consider just what a special planet we live on.Β  Just a small step back from the typical consumer lifestyle will have positive impact and healthy side effects on the planet and humanity in general.Β  It can be as small as giving someone a much needed break from the dreary work day, or as large as actually inspiring someone to do what’s necessary to live their dreams.Β  We intend to do this by giving people a glimpse via social media into an alternative lifestyle of sailing and traveling around the world.

So what do we want to accomplish with this?

First and foremost the purpose is to establish a sustainable lifestyle focused business that allows freedom, flexibility, and enough income to live comfortably.Β  We will then use this sustainable business to accomplish our mission.

I will spare you the legal mumbo jumbo we mostly copied from Legal Zoom to create an LLC in the US, however I think this excerpt from further on in the document is very poignant:

β€œβ€¦20% will be set aside for charities, donations, causes, and the future growth of the Delos Mission.Β  Of this half will go to charitable causes outside of Delos, the other half will be used for Delos charity and future growth of our project…”

So, from the onset of our project we built in a way to make sure we incorporated the concept of giving back and paying it forward.Β  We have been able to support many environmental and humanitarian efforts because of this, which brings me to what I actually wanted to talk about which is the completion of a very successful project we helped with in conjunction with Andy and Joanna from SV Bamba Maru, entitled β€œSailing for a Smile”.Β  Their project focused on humanitarian and rebuilding efforts for those affected by the devastating hurricanes that recently struck the Caribbean.Β  They loaded their catamaran with relief supplies and personally delivered them to those affected by the natural disasters.Β 

The CALLS center in Dominica after the storm.

Recently they had focused their efforts on Dominica, a Caribbean island that was decimated by the ferocious hurricanes, and even more specifically for efforts to help schools and kids that had slipped through the cracks of the other larger relief programs.Β  For this project instead of simply giving a percentage of our proceeds we decided to try and use Social Media as a multiplier for that money.Β  We asked the Delos Tribe to match our money, promising that we would match any contributions made to this project 100% for the first $1,000.Β  In other words, if we got $1,000 in donations from the Delos Tribe we would kick in another $1,000 and double the efforts then donate 100% of that money.Β Β Well, the Delos Tribe absolutely blew us out of the water!Β  We got hundreds of individual donations ranging in size from $1.00 to $500.00.Β  Using social media weΒ  turned $1,000 into over $15,000 dollars!Β  If you’re interested here is the YouTube video that kicked off the project.

You might be wondering why not create custom, one-off shirts for such projects?Β  Certainly people are more likely to donate when they get something tangible in return.Β  We did in fact look into this but after a few calculations decided that given the cost of making and distributing custom shirts, especially if they are printed on demand, it’s very likely that most of the money would go to the printing and distribution of the shirts rather than to support the effort itself.Β  For example on our own Delos shirts we sell in our shop our profit margin is about 20% before fulfillment.Β  Β To raise the same money we did with direct donations we would have needed to sell $75,000 worth of shirts!

Andy and Joanna at the St. John’s Primary School in Dominica.

 

SV Bamba Maru was anchored in Dominica identifying specific schools that still had significant damage and were not receiving help from other organizations.Β Β Our plan was to bypass some of the bureaucratic losses that unfortunately occur in some larger charity organizations and donate the money directly to the schools themselves.Β  This meant tracking down the school principals, discussing what work they required, and finallyΒ  getting the wire transfer information so we could wire the money directly to the school bank accounts.

 

Mahaut Preschool getting a new roof.

 

We decided to make many small donations, both so that we could ensure the money was being used properly, but also because we learned if money wired into a school account exceeded a certain amount it must be transferred to the Dominica school general fund.Β  At which point we would lose the ability to determine where and what the money was actually used for.Β  This also gave us the ability to donate directly to pre-schools and adolescent organizations that were outside of the government funded system, but still vital to the entire ecosystem.

 

The new kitchen in the CALLS center after repairs and new equipment.

 

No more rain in the MAHAUT preschool!

It took about 6 months, but using this method we were able to do major work on a number of buildings.Β  This work ranged from full roof replacements to structuralΒ repairs to window replacements.Β  In some cases we purchased kitchen equipment to get school cafeterias back in operation.Β  Who wants to learn on an empty stomach?Β  Not this guy!Β  The Delos Tribe even stepped up personally to deliver school supplies and sports equipment purchased in the US and delivered it by sailboat.

I would like to express my thanks to everyone that made this project successful by donating. You know who you are!Β  And especially to Andy and Joanna from SV Bamba Maru for doing the grunt work on the ground.Β  It wouldn’t have been possible otherwise!

Please check out the video below that Andy and Joanna put together that sums up the project!

Delos Tribe Courtney handing out school supplies in Dominica.

 

Delos Tribe Courtney handing out sports equipment in Dominica.

 

Well said sir, well said!

Leaving Delos – feels GOOD but SCARY! – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 239

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I felt so emotional putting this episode together. It’s the end of a big chapter in our lives and things will be different from here. But before leaving we do our best to finish what felt like hundreds of boat projects and have a big Patron party where we inflate a 16 man life raft! It was awesome!! And then we say a sad see you later πŸ™ Now Brian and I fly to Sweden to have a baby and Alex and Brady set sail across the Atlantic!
Lots of hugs and Kisses!! Love you all ~Kazza

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Song: Will You Come Around
Artist: Houses On The Hill
Link: http://share.epidemicsound.com/qpsNz
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Time: 10:54
Song: 8-Bit Hop
Artist: Ash Sculptures
Link: http://share.epidemicsound.com/qpsNz
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Time: 13:05
Song: Take Away
Artist: Camelian Glade
Link: http://share.epidemicsound.com/qpsNz
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Time: 16:06
Song: We’ll Get Hurt Again
Artist: Houses On The Hill
Link: http://share.epidemicsound.com/qpsNz

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