81 Year Old Solo Sailor Spent 78 Days Out At Sea

25. des.. 2020
610 138 Ganger

#281.5 Interview with Sven Yrvind (www.yrvind.com/)
Sven Yrvind is a Swedish sailor, boat builder, and writer. He is famous for sailing alone across oceans in tiny boats of his own design.
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00:00 Good Lee & Andrew Rothschild - 24 open.spotify.com/album/1azveE6QkHLkOwZaC3iNrC
04:00 il-lo - Ybbs open.spotify.com/track/6VuhNBbOKOxOYRDNFP6uB3
07:40 Faodail - Out of Sight open.spotify.com/track/0VcBybnUnGy06jnR0YhINv
11:25 - 11:30 Sture Zetterberg - Walking on Cloud Nine (Instrumental Version) [Epidemic Sound]
11:31 Faodail - Out of Sight (cont.)
11:39 Koresma - Northern Lights (Owsey Remix) open.spotify.com/album/2SyTTjIZpnGCENxUR61RBx?highlight=spotify:track:41QUjdnZEsZWEPAPfTfcQK
14:42 Desmond Cheese - Morning Glory open.spotify.com/album/0u6rVXOxmgv9wAl1tTJfeT?highlight=spotify:track:2eAVMOY9QvkKs6dkhRxnP8
15:30 Jangle - Forward janglemusic.bandcamp.com/track/forward
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  • Alexander Doba famous Polish adventurer, known for kayaking across Atlantic Ocean (5400 km) under his own power while having over 65 years, and doing it second time 3 years later, passed away yesterday at 74 years old while climbing Kilimanjaro.

    Aaron UrieAaron UrieDag siden
  • I have been fishing for 40 years. Crab, Cod, Salmon, in Washington, Alaska, and the Bering Sea, as well as chasing Albacore in the north and south Pacific. I have run into some of the garbage patches. I have towed jigs for 5,000 miles, without a bite. I have seen huge changes over this time period, such as the disappearance of kelp forests, invasion of species, not common to the area, as well as the decline of many other species. This guy, must not be interacting with the sea, but merely traveling across it. I did not hear him say anything about catching food out there, but living on canned sardines and Muesli. You cannot see the changes, merely by looking at the surface of the water.

    ConvairDart106ConvairDart1064 dager siden
  • He is a n interesting man. I'm impressed by his dedication to the sea.

    Arctic GummibearArctic Gummibear5 dager siden
  • Really enjoying this one. Thank you.

    Felco6Felco65 dager siden
  • Wonder interview!!! Bravo LV!!! I have researched Mr. Yrvind's travels years ago... Him, like so many other tiny boat Ocean Crossers, seem to be in sort supply these days! I remember talking with Web Chiles after he returned form sailing to the South Pacific from San Diego aboard his 18ft "OPEN" boat... He said, the day I left the dock was my only comfortable day at Sea! These, "strong willed" men, became comfortable being uncomfortable. I can't wait to see a young man or women born after the year 2000 do anything close to what some of these old Sailors have accomplished! again... Thank you from the bottom of my heart for that interview!!! You really gave him the respect he so deserves... and bless you for making him Smile & Laugh!!!

    Anchor in PositivityAnchor in Positivity6 dager siden
  • This is what I love about humans. Each and everyone carries with them a whole unique story of their own. It dawned on me one day, a few years after having left my childhood home. A home of alcoholism, violence, abuse and a school of bullies etc. But what all that did was never to make me feel sorry for myself, instead it made me have a genuine interest in other people. And it gave me the realization that just as the people I pass while walking down the street have no idea about my history, I know nothing of theirs. It could be just as bad as mine, it could be worse, it could be fabulous. But ohh such value each person carries. I even had the idea of a book once... "the story of Jon Doe", recounting life events of people you don't know. I ended up not having the time, and probably not the skill. So it never materialized. The wealth of life events, knowledge, ideas and thoughts this fellow Swede has inspires me.

    Daniel LiljebergDaniel Liljeberg8 dager siden
  • Nice guy!

    Corneliu PredaCorneliu Preda8 dager siden
  • Sven You are an absolute legend and a great inspiration! Fair winds!

    Richard QuayleRichard Quayle12 dager siden
  • Yes, the world is doomed! The sea levels will rise and Gore, Obama and Gates`s waterfront homes will be underwater! We are all going to die in 12 years!.... This is what the Insane leftist media is pushing !

    Ron CarneyRon Carney12 dager siden
  • Glad you have plans to return to Aussieland...:)

    John TatumJohn Tatum14 dager siden
  • What a legend! I love when you interview people. Just wow. 🧸💜

    Isabella MIsabella M19 dager siden
  • Incredible!

    El KabongEl Kabong20 dager siden
  • This interview was amazing! Have you realized how is so nice to be at the right time and place?

    Adrien AmiAdrien Ami21 dag siden
  • This was such an amazing story!

    verocimilverocimil21 dag siden
  • I think this is the best thing I've ever seen on NOworld

    Akwenda NAkwenda N22 dager siden
  • Great interview. Thank You

    Sprezak DerekSprezak Derek23 dager siden
  • That was a great , would love to have a few beers with him & just listen to his stories !

    suavesmithysuavesmithy23 dager siden
  • HAHA Thomas ''Keron'' Gran

    De BobDe Bob25 dager siden
  • His toothbrush all blackend 5:14 couldve given him a new one 😶

    De BobDe Bob25 dager siden
  • Great video, what an amazing man. Can't help but think that Riley will be sketching out his own one man boat on his next night watch 😂

    foolsgold953foolsgold95325 dager siden
  • There are some amazing people out there in our big world, and Sven is definitely one of the greats. Thanks Elayna & Riley for the interview, I could listen to him all day. Love his calmness and his wisdom.

    KimKim26 dager siden
  • When I watched this video remember a movie from Robert Reford "All I lost" about a sailor.

    g bg b27 dager siden
  • 👍Beautiful man. Thank you for sharing his story. I’m happy he found peace & peace of mind. It’s a shame how he was mistreated because he had dyslexia. Bless him. 🙏💝

    LovingAtlantaLovingAtlanta27 dager siden
  • Crazy. When I was at university in Gothenburg (music major), in one of the practice rooms there was a poster with hand drawings of a few small sailing boats named "Bris". I always wondered why that poster was there. Now, over twenty years later this video shows up. I immediately google Sven Yrvind and it turns out his original last name is "Lundin"! The same name as the man who taught music theory in that very same room at Gothenburg University. So now I have the connection. Amazing. Thank you!!

    Anders CarlssonAnders Carlsson28 dager siden
  • I met Sven on his Bris on the Norwegian east coast 1976

    Birgit SvensBirgit Svens29 dager siden
  • What a beautiful man ! Such an amazing man ❤️

    Leisha GreenleafLeisha GreenleafMåned siden
  • Kapten Tomas Gran.. Gran means pinetree in Swedish! He looked like a character! Not captain Thomas Karen! The different style must be that you Riley is editing! /fellow swede

    Andreas BengterAndreas BengterMåned siden
  • wow he is an amazing man ! I like his way of living

    zinou dzzinou dzMåned siden
  • Can’t explain it, but since summer 2020 l have thee strongest desire, to sail the South Pacific. Why that erea? Couldn’t tell ya. Maybe the warm climate. I’m from Chicago. Go figure! 😋

    Migel VazkezMigel VazkezMåned siden
  • What a calm man

    davedaveMåned siden
  • I love how you give this fella so much care and respect. He obviously reinforces what you are doing too. A joyous bit of symbiosis. It gave 67 year old me a boost as well. A nicely done vblog, enjoyed it, thank you.

    Paul RobertsPaul RobertsMåned siden
  • Outstanding lifetime accomplishments! While his observations do not match agenda-driven narratives, they DO match reality. Greta should bend an ear.

    Justin CaseJustin CaseMåned siden
  • Captivated by this beautiful human being. Sven Yrvind, your ideas and perspective of the world are just a breath of fresh air. Whoever finds you, will be a very lucky woman. Salut! from someone from the Azores

    InêsInêsMåned siden
  • Ive seen him in Örebro, Sweden by the small boatdock here! Wow

    snejjksnejjkMåned siden
  • That was amazing to meet someone like him a definite once in a lifetime simply amazing

    Steven HurtSteven HurtMåned siden
  • Riley is completely enthralled. He is mesmerized by this mans wisdom and life experience. It’s great to watch. You guys have a new and awesome super hero to admire!! Dudes a beast!! ✌🏼❤️⛵️☀️

    Rachel BishopRachel BishopMåned siden
  • One of my Fav episodes. What a sweet man..

    20xornothing20xornothingMåned siden
  • Your Little Boy Lenny is so cute .

    Bob ShawBob ShawMåned siden
  • This! This right here is a gem. It's also something I've always been curious about. Who else is out there? I would love, love to hear old sailor stories. I'm sure they have tons. Maybe not living legends like Yrvind but I'm sure there are those who sailed into obscurity but have seen and done so much. Kudos to you both for doing this.

    Seymourbutts EsquireSeymourbutts EsquireMåned siden
  • Thanks for posting this! Im just now watching this episode and its so inspiring! I recently bought an old S2 and have been living on it for a few months. I have been really loving it :] I just write code for work and spend all my time outdoors. Thanks so much : ]

    Digital NomadDigital NomadMåned siden
  • what a story thanks

    David OtrembaDavid OtrembaMåned siden
  • That interview was awesome! What a wonderful person.

    Richard SteeleRichard SteeleMåned siden
  • If only you knew how much of a moron this man is seen as in his home country 😉

    Vinko FranicicVinko FranicicMåned siden
  • So lovely this interview. Amazing what someone's life has lead them through. Really liked this one.

    Teresa M SanchezTeresa M SanchezMåned siden
  • Wow, thank you for sharing Mr. Yrvind’s story. What a resilient person.

    SarahSarahMåned siden
  • Wow, your line up of guest keeps on getting better and better. What a great interview! People like Sven are rare these days.

    Robert FergusonRobert FergusonMåned siden
  • What a wonderful soul

    Ellie KirkhamEllie KirkhamMåned siden
  • Shane did a great editing job!

    Roberta WelbornRoberta WelbornMåned siden
  • After one hard seltzer and an anxious day before school starting back up tomorrow I'm catching back up on your videos to relax and this was so beautiful and I'm so happy that y'alls life is exciting and to be able to meet so many different people and I loved hearing Yrvinds story. I love y'all and be safe.

    Jilian McNultyJilian McNultyMåned siden
  • This is so important and valuable. Thanks for taking the time to be with him and communicate a little bit of his journey to a different audience.

    Jaime DuncanJaime DuncanMåned siden
  • 👍😀

    thang Langthang LangMåned siden
  • 81

    Terje ETerje EMåned siden
  • What 10000 books,

    Aanand JamesAanand JamesMåned siden
  • Gave back her gift? That was rude. Could of taken it and not eaten it.

    Captain SteveCaptain SteveMåned siden
  • Love this interview, Mr. Yrvind is truly inspiring! Will certainly be getting those books asap, cant wait to read them.

    Jose KhanJose KhanMåned siden
    • Just realize all the books are in swedish :(

      Jose KhanJose KhanMåned siden
  • What an accomplished character. I hated hearing how he was mistreated due to his dyslexia. Great interview!

    Judy ONealJudy ONealMåned siden
  • The boat end um porto santo island

    clone_pro santosclone_pro santosMåned siden
  • you know

    nil Unil UMåned siden
  • Lets do a drinking game. Everytime he say's (YOU KNOW) drink. 😁

    drei ____drei ____Måned siden
  • Best video ever

    Blaze In the skyBlaze In the skyMåned siden
  • 11:41 When he says out of his whole sailing experiences there was ONLY two times; you already know those TWO must've been WILD.

    Zachary SmithZachary SmithMåned siden
  • I would like to buy one of his books! Does anyone have any recommendations on one they enjoyed the most? Also, can I get them in English? Thanks!

    Emily CharlotteEmily CharlotteMåned siden
  • Congratulations. It’s great to see the joy in your faces.

    English Oak BuildingsEnglish Oak BuildingsMåned siden
  • Cheap skates .A tin of sardines .....

    John RyanJohn RyanMåned siden
  • Every day I stress about the seaworthiness of my boat. This video made me realise I need to trust my instincts and go. What an inspirational guy with a challenging life.

    Kaiser SozeKaiser SozeMåned siden
  • Beautiful story 🌸💙🌸

    Sailing GirlsSailing GirlsMåned siden
  • Great video Riley🙏I talked to Yrvind twice on the fone when I called him as I learned he had trouble and was in canary islands ,he's a great guy 💪.Riley you and me met a few weeks ago in san miguel harbour Tenerife ,I was the with my GF 👸🏿❤️ hope you remember us ❤️ All the best m8 take care 🙏⚓⛵❤️

    Carlos Hafner The Sailing NinjaCarlos Hafner The Sailing NinjaMåned siden
  • Never heard of Yrvind before, and im swedish... Such a cool dude, this was so interesting!

    Anton BraskAnton BraskMåned siden
  • Thank you for a very, very interesting video with Sven Yrvind, he has so much knowledge about life in tiny little boats, no wonder he has written five books after around 6 decades at sea. Best Regards from Sweden

    Peter HertzPeter HertzMåned siden
  • Fascinating story....God Bless Sven.....thanks for sharing Riley and Elayna....and Sven.

    Brenda MiddlebrookBrenda MiddlebrookMåned siden
  • Brilliant news! Happy for you guys and for handsome Lenny! Congratulations!

    Lorraine KleinguntherLorraine KleinguntherMåned siden
  • Lenny is so handsome wish to meet you on the docs of Jamaica 🇯🇲 one day happy sailing and a blessed new year

    Mystery lady PrinceMystery lady PrinceMåned siden
  • Oh wow I can make a splitter

    Bayard TaylorBayard TaylorMåned siden
  • Fascinating guy, for sure.

    Committed to Sparkle MotionCommitted to Sparkle MotionMåned siden
  • awesome,

    Kenneth KetchumKenneth KetchumMåned siden
  • He went out in from norway coast like, under 100miles from where i live

    SupertremeSupertremeMåned siden
  • I love those videos: see us being awesome.

    Klaas JKlaas JMåned siden
  • Amazing man!

    Lincoln BicalhoLincoln BicalhoMåned siden
  • Great person! You are lucky to meet him...

    Irina KipnisIrina KipnisMåned siden
  • I loved that you guys did this interview and the way you guys did this makes me feel more like I`m there ! You all are amazing. Keep up the good work

    Stein Ronny MoeStein Ronny MoeMåned siden
  • I lived in the Azores 72-74. That looks like Faial island with all the paintings on the breakwater.

    PirateChuckerPirateChuckerMåned siden
  • Yrvind is our viking. the only one left! read his books! was on a seminar with him couple of years ago. was the funniest and most learning i have been in. when he was younger he always said he was a one man sailer on his long long vouyers....but he showed alot of nice girls on photos on his small boats in the 70s...and of course you dont wear clothes on passages :-) i bought all books he had on the seminar because if i can read one book of a man that have read 10.000 i can gain alot of knownledge. once he build a boat after the size of the doors to the small garage...that was the starting of his blueprints at that time. he is an amazing man that have seen and experiened so much. includimg a fight for many years with an oil company that wanted to exploit the mountain on his island in sweden! we love you yrvind! hope yo meet you again in the next boatshow in sweden! Amazing you met this giant of sailing history!

    Tomas Fjord 900Tomas Fjord 900Måned siden
  • This was great, thanks guys!

    Harald ParkerHarald ParkerMåned siden
  • He is old school, a real human not many of them around

    RexRexMåned siden
  • I can relate to Sven Yrvind. If you go through ruff patch in life exp with mental health issues. Sometimes it's used against you as discrimination. It was definitely harder back in the 1950's. He's lucky a lot of people in the united states never got out of the asylums. He made the best of his situation what a great story!!

    Drifta BeatzDrifta BeatzMåned siden
  • Aging is mandatory. Getting old is optional.

    furyofbongosfuryofbongosMåned siden
  • Very interesting! Did you know that his father and grandfather were helmsman and commander (I'm not sure on the english titles) on a cargo ship in China in the 40's? He has the sea in his bloods. Their ship was sunk by the british and they ended up in an internment camp in China where his father unfortunately died when Sven was only five years old according to Wikipedia.

    J unio RJ unio RMåned siden
  • I am Swedish, and this was absolutely fantastic to see

    fellekillen99fellekillen99Måned siden
  • Amazing interview! thanks so much, for sharing it with us!!

    Galia MossGalia MossMåned siden
  • Had to say, you guys are good with interviews.

    General PinochetGeneral PinochetMåned siden
  • Lol double take there. Thumbnail looks like RR

    jimmytea1jimmytea1Måned siden
  • So nice, good as gold!!

    Gladson RamosGladson RamosMåned siden
  • Wow this guy's amazing

    Darryl HamiltonDarryl HamiltonMåned siden
  • Amazing. Love this !

    NashDog MomNashDog MomMåned siden
  • I know it's way too late....as B4..late to the party...but if I can help that Old Man of the Sea sell his books...I will...just have to figure out how to better get in touch with y'all

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
  • From here, just assume I'm spamming your comment area with exclamations of awe and respect

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
  • Learn sextant...it's also amazing

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
  • Holy hell y'all

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
  • Well done

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
  • Holy shitballs, Batman...I almost skipped this. This is amazing.

    Cre8sumthingCre8sumthingMåned siden
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