Everything You Always Wanted To Know
Founder and Editor at Cruising Freedom
This is the definitive guide on Beau and Brandy Sailing for 2023.
Over the last 2 years, I have spent 30+ hours watching and researching everything I could about Beau and Brandy Sailing to learn more about their story.
(Yes, I really am *that* obsessed with Beau and Brandy Sailing 😃 they are so relatable!)
If you wanted to know:
➜ How Beau and Brandy Sailing afforded their boat
➜ How they make their money today
➜ What boat do they have and its upgrades
➜ What are their ages and last names
➜ How you can start crossing oceans
Then you’ve definitely come to the right place.
Before we start, a quick introduction from me…
The Cruising Freedom Author
Ahoy, Matey! I’m Joshua from Australia.
I’ve built the perfect business to sail the world.
A business model which can allow me to:
➜ Own a catamaran debt-free
➜ Go for weeks without WIFI
➜ Create semi-passive income
➜ Inspire others to dream big
But more on that later… 🙂
Beau and Brandy Sailing FAQs (January 2023)
Beau Burridge (age 35)
Brandy Burridge (age 35)
They recently had to say goodbye to Benji, their cruising dog, as he was re-homed.
Beau and Brandy Sailing’s yacht is a 1971 Pearson 35.
Their boat is unique in that it’s all-electric with no diesel or petrol motors or generators.
They have upgraded Saoirse with:
➜ Magnum inverter
➜ Solar panels
➜ Induction cooktop
➜ Chartplotter and AIS
➜ Immersion blender
While small, it’s become the perfect platform to sail around the world. Their solar panels are unique and cover most of their aft bimini.
They are currently in Guatemala.
It does appear that they’re up to date on videos.
They have previously sailed in the Caribbean, USVI and United States:
Without kids, they were able to save up enough after several years of working hard and paying off their student loans.
Today in 2022, Beau and Brandy sailing has a net worth of $320,000.
This combines their boat valuation and business income.
Beau and Brandy make $7,200/month on Amazon by:
➜ Selling their own Saoirse swag
➜ Brand sponsors with Ritual.com
➜ Donations via Patreon and PayPal
➜ Affiliate links to Amazon
➜ Allowing ads to play on their channel
Combined, this allows them to keep sailing full-time.
I haven’t seen them on any other channels, but I could compare them with Project Atticus and Monday Never Sailing. If you’re searching for similar channels, then definitely check those out on YouTube!
They haven’t had an easy journey on YouTube.
In the last few years, they have experienced:
➜ Being approached while sailing at night
➜ Their boat almost sank due to a large gash
➜ Experiencing a MAYDAY and rescue at sea
➜ Discovering big holes in their boat (damn!)
You can definitely see the resilience in their content.
International border closures made things difficult, but they’re now seeking to explore South America and may then explore the South Pacific.
What can we learn from this beautiful couple?
➜ Be willing to take calculated risks
➜ Work in harmony with each other
➜ Buy an affordable boat to start sailing
➜ Be real on YouTube and share the journey
I have really enjoyed their stories on YouTube. Things certainly haven’t been easy, but they have grown a lot through their cruising experiences.
I’ll certainly be watching more!
Create Your Own Cruising Freedom
Hey! 😃 it’s Joshua again…
Beau and Brandy Sailing have inspired me with their YouTube channel
Some say I’m obsessed, but sailing the world is my childhood dream.
They’re living the dream, but that dream isn’t actually that far away.
I mentioned earlier about discovering the #1 cruising business model.
With this exciting opportunity, I’ll be able to:
➜ Generate a sustainable full-time income through learning basic skills
➜ Fund the purchase of my first sailing catamaran without any loans
➜ Do it without selling to friends and family (I found a better solution!)
➜ Share my lifetime passion for sailing, cruising and global adventures
Keen to discover more? Jump on the free training right now. 👨🏻💻
(I share more about it on the next page…🙂)