The boat

What make and model is RAN?

She is a custom built Beason 40 made of Aluminium from 1987. Read more about RAN here.

How long have you owned RAN?

Since 2012.

What kind of water maker do you have?

We don’t have a water maker but it’s in the top of our wish list 🙂

What kind of satellite phone/device do you have?

We don’t have a satellite phone but we have a satellite tracker called Spot which can send predefined- and SOS messages.

How do you get electricity?

We have two solar panels which gives 300 W in total. We also have an Airamp which is a combined wind generator and towing generator.


The videos

What camera gear do you have?

We have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 Camera with a 14-140 mm lens and external Rode video mic, a GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition Action Camera and a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Drone.

What editing software do you use?

Final Cut Pro X.

Have you made videos/film before?

No, we started with the YouTube channel and are self taught.


The crew

Do you still have your jobs left?

No, we have quit our old jobs.

How long do you plan to sail?

As long as we can and want to.

What is your planned route?

We don’t have a long term planned route only for the coming months.

How can you afford sailing and not having a job?

We sold everything we owned and lived on the boat for more than a year before departure. We now live from our savings and then we have an income from our supporters on Patreon and from adds on YouTube.

5 thoughts on “FAQ

    • ransailing says:

      Hi Plio! Hard to say because it depends so much if something breaks on the boat. But when we left Sweden we planned to sail for 2-3 years and then work in places when we needed money. Cheers!


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