Thank you for listening to Eat.Laugh.sail, this is episode 017, and my guests are Lisa and Darren O’Brien of pacificNWboaters.com. We sat down aboard their 1979 Cheoy Lee 46 Long Range Cruiser, M/V Traveler to get to know them, and talk about their lifestyle as live aboard cruisers here in the Pacific Northwest with their daughter Arriana.
Pacific NW Boater is Darren, Lisa, and daughter Arriana O’Brien. We live and work aboard m/v Traveler, a 1979 Cheoy Lee 46 Long Range Cruiser. Wintering in Port Ludlow, WA, we spend our summers (and as many weekends in the offseason as possible!) traveling the incomparably beautiful Pacific NW. While we’ve sailed in exotic locales around the world, we believe the cruising grounds of the Pacific NW are the most wonderfully accessible areas to boat on earth. Making video cruising guides, product demos, boat reviews and video documentaries about our beloved Pacific NW boating lifestyle is a dream come true. And when not doing that, Lisa is the Advertising Director for Cruising Outpost, an International boating magazine. Darren is also the Video and Marketing Director for Cruising Outpost. Arriana goes to pre-school and wants to learn to fish and see more dolphins riding our bow wave!
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