Episode 19: Living Aboard a Sailboat in Canada’s Treacherous Waters

Logan and Taryn Pickard live on a 40-foot sailboat off Vancouver Island, BC, some of the most challenging cruising grounds in the world. And they…

Logan and Taryn Pickard live on a 40-foot sailboat off Vancouver Island, BC, some of the most challenging cruising grounds in the world. And they decided on sailboat life when they had no sailing experience at all. 

In this episode, you’ll learn why this couple chose a liveaboard boat, how they manage the crazy wind and current conditions, and how they learned how to forage to become as sustainable as possible on water. 

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About Taryn and Logan Pickard:

Taryn and Logan Pickard on their liveaboard sailboat

“We are a couple usually living onboard our 40-foot sailboat in the Pacific Northwest. Our doggo Max also lives onboard with us. We are currently in the process of rebuilding the boat but expect to be back to cruising this spring and hope to do so close to full time once we are back on the water! We have shared our journey online via YouTube since we began sailing three years ago. We aim to show an honest and open view of what it means to live on a sailboat- the ups and downs and everything in between.”

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