[3][5], 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference, "Stranded climate activist Greta Thunberg offered a lift by Aussies sailing the world with their son", "Goodbye, America: Greta Thunberg to Sail Again After Climate Talks Relocate", "Greta Thunberg to hitch a ride to Europe with Australian YouTube influencers", "Greta Thunberg arrives in Lisbon after three-week voyage from US", "Ahoy There, Mommy! Sailing LaVagabonde is a YouTube channel run by Australian video bloggers Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu. What do three US truckers think about the election?

She hitched a ride with two Australian YouTubers who sailed with her from the US to Portugal on their catamaran.
Can elections in a pandemic be successful? She doesn't travel by air, preferring to use more climate-friendly boats and trains. As of 2019[update], the channel had over one million subscribers.

The channel documents the couple's life aboard their sailing catamaran La Vagabonde. Elayna Carausu was playing guitar and singing for a travel company; Riley Whitelum was living on the sailboat he had bought with money saved from working for … [2][3][4], The channel was founded in 2014 after Whitelum and Carausu met in Greece.

Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu post videos about their global travels by … Thunberg will set sail for Europe immediately on a 48-foot catamaran with Australian vloggers Riley Whitlum and Elayna Carausu and Englishwoman Nikki Henderson – … Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu post videos about their global travels by boat with their baby son, and were happy to have Greta and her dad on board.

Watch the video above They departed Virginia on Wednesday for the two-week voyage across the Atlantic. As of 2019, the channel had over one million subscribers. We’ve been filming it all on YouTube since 2014. Check out our Patreon page for more information: Day 2,184 of Sailing Around the World | BOAT LIFE. We spoke to them about the 20 day voyage. [7][8][9] The series began aboard their Beneteau Cyclades sailboat. We’ve been filming it all on YouTube since 2014. [1] In November 2019, they received significant media attention for sailing Greta Thunberg onboard La Vagabonde from Virginia to Lisbon for the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid. Flight attendant's emotional plea on last journey. Australian couple Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu, along with their 11-month-old son Lenny, offered to take 16-year-old Thunberg to next month's United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid. In just two years, Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu have become YouTube's most popular sailing vloggers, posting weekly videos of themselves visiting tropical islands and reflecting on their lives at sea.

The channel documents the couple's life aboard their sailing catamaran La Vagabonde. The TRUTH about Buying a CATAMARAN. Sailing LaVagabonde is a YouTube channel run by Australian video bloggers Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu. We’ve crossed the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Caribbean, and Pacific, and are now raising our boy Lenny on our boat as well. We’re Riley and Elayna, an Australian couple documenting our journey traveling the world by sail despite no previous sailing experience. Credit: @elayna.carausu and @riley.whitelum), US Election: Fears, concern and propaganda from US allies.

Photo: Riley Whitelum, Greta Thunberg and Elayna Carausu. We’ve suffered terrifying storms, pirate scares, financial breakdowns, equipment failures, water shortages, and other interesting mishaps but we wouldn’t trade living on the Sea and going where the wind takes us for anything.
[10] Following the success of their channel, they negotiated a discounted price with the company Outremer for the catamaran that they have sailed since 2017. Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old climate change activist, is due to speak at the COP25 international climate talks in Madrid. We’re Riley and Elayna, an Australian couple documenting our journey traveling the world by sail despite no previous sailing experience.

[5][6] The couple sustains their sailing by producing a weekly video blog on YouTube that is also funded by income from the crowdfunding web site Patreon. Family Sails Around World on YouTube", "An Interview with Riley and Elayna of Sailing la Vagabonde", "How to get paid to go sailing – 5 different options for living the dream", "YouTube funding couple's million-dollar yacht", "Sailing la Vagabonde: Meet sailing's most popular vloggers", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sailing_La_Vagabonde&oldid=970777185, Short description with empty Wikidata description, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2019, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 August 2020, at 09:23. Read about our approach to external linking. [9][10] Between 2014 and 2018, the pair sailed over 105,000 kilometres (65,000 mi) combined, including three Atlantic ocean crossings and one Pacific ocean crossing. She hitched a ride with two Australian YouTubers who sailed with her from the US to Portugal on their catamaran. Don’t be LIED TO.. BIG NEWS.. the first step on our new journey. We’ve crossed the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Caribbean, and Pacific, and are now raising our boy Lenny on our boat as well.