Domenic Mantoan

is creating Cruising adventures of living on a sailboat
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Thank you for your support to keep the journey alive, helping to keep the boat afloat and the videos coming.
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In addition to helping to keep the boat afloat you gain access to exclusive content. This includes but not limited to monthly: extra videos, behind the scenes videos and pictures, private blog post, live streams and more. 


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About Domenic Mantoan

What this is about
It is never to late to start cruising, but sooner is better :)
Epicurean; In search of sensual pleasures; sight, sound, smell, taste, touch.
A couple of years ago I decided to embark on a life changing journey by move aboard a project sailboat, doing a little fix-up; go sailing and cruising while continue to do fix-up as I sailed.I got ownership of the sailboat in August 2016 now I can continue the journey to where ever the winds take me.

The sailboat is a 30ft 1975 Islander Bahamas.The vessel was in decent seaworthiness condition but need a LOT of fix-up and upgrades, many have been accomplished, but more needs to be done.

A big part of the journey is living large in a small way, a simple way, but still enjoying live in a big way.There are some challenges to overcome being a solo/shorthanded cruiser and learning how to be more organized in a small space is almost a daily happening.The good news is I always have a water view.

I have documented in videos, many of the projects during the fix-up and upgrades. I also documented many of my cruising adventures in videos.I would like to be able to continue to produce entertaining and informative content on a more regular base. To do that I am asking for your help through Patreon.
With your help I can upgrade some of my video and editing equipment, do additional repairs and upgrades to the sailboat and keep the journey sailing to more and distant destinations.
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This will help cover some of the basic cost for living and working onboard such as food, fuel, supplies and upkeep of the sailboat.
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