Everything You Always Wanted To Know
Founder and Editor at Cruising Freedom
This is the definitive guide on Sailing Life on Jupiter for 2023.
Over the last 3 years, I have spent many hours watching and researching everything I could about Sailing Life on Jupiter to learn more about their story and their unique boat.
(You could definitely say I’m a little obsessed with Jamie and Princess 😃)
If you wanted to know:
➜ How Life on Jupiter afforded their boat
➜ How they make their money today
➜ What boat do they have and its upgrades
➜ Where is Princess from and does she have a sister? 😉
➜ 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… 🙂
Sailing Life on Jupiter FAQs (April 2023)
Jamie (age 38) who is originally from Australia.
Princess (age 32) who is originally from Manila, Philippines. She was a singer in China.
I couldn’t find their last names anywhere, but I do know that Princess is her real name.
They met at a hotel in China (2018) and quit their jobs in early 2019 to sail around the world.
Sailing Life on Jupiter has a 2019 Mumby Cyber 48 catamaran.
Unlike many YouTubers, their choice of a catamaran is quite unconventional. Jamie has owned boats before so he was after a particular type of build.
It was designed by Tim Mumby from Australia who has a small-scale builder that most of us haven’t heard of, but the design is as smart as it is functional.
What work have they done to make their catamaran ocean-capable? Quite a bit actually:
➜ They have upgraded their solar panels
➜ Jamie created a DIY watermaker similar to what Sailing Sunday did
➜ They had to fix their furler from the screecher
They also had to demast their catamaran to do the ICW. This is because their mast is higher than the height clearance of 56 feet.
Sailing Jupiter is in Panama.
They are currently around a few months behind on their videos.
Over these last 3 years, they have sailed in:
➜ United States
➜ SE Asia
➜ The Caribbean
They are no strangers to crossing oceans, having now done the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Jamie worked hard for years as a pilot and saved up enough to purchase his first boat, which he flipped and eventually purchased his dreamboat in the Philippines.
Princess equally worked hard and traveled to foreign countries and entertained guests at hotels with the beautiful sound of her voice.
Princess was already keen to get out of her daily grind so the timing was perfect. Together, they hired a boat builder to construct their catamaran and the rest is history.
Sailing Life on Jupiter has a net worth of $450,000.
Jamie talks more about the journey to becoming a world cruiser and digital nomad here:
They treat their YouTube channel as an online business, but only make around $1,400/month by:
➜ Running ads on their channel occasionally
➜ Getting donations via Patreon and PayPal
➜ Selling their own Life on Jupiter merchandise
Unfortunately, they don’t use affiliate links to Amazon or eBay, referral links to other sailing suppliers nor do they accept sponsorships. They could potentially double their income overnight if they took upon some of these strategies. I’d certainly support them if they did this as I already do by watching many of their episodes.
Memorable moments in their YouTube journey include:
➜ Getting stuck on a collision course with oil rigs
➜ Having a big drama on Jupiter through almost having a crash in the marina, and where Jamie suffered disc problem in his back. An ambulance was later called while they were in the Philippines.
➜ Being denied entry into several ports during international border closures
➜ Getting snagged on a power cable
➜ Discovering a sunken drug plane (they dove on it!)
➜ Launching a rocket from their boat
➜ Having their catamaran haulout aborted
➜ Avoiding disaster on more than one occasion
➜ Jamie had to go to the hospital too:
They have as much fun as they have drama. Fortunately, they both work well together on the boat with each taking an equal role.
From my experience (I dated a Filipina and yes, she was beautiful!), most don’t want to go in the sun or sailing, but Princess is clearly keen to get out there and explore. She’s a rare exception 🙂
Where to next? They’re planning on going through the ICW and then the Bahamas. Eventually, they’ll work their way to Australia over the next several years, and I certainly can’t wait to welcome them!
What can we learn from this beautiful couple?
➜ Plan your journey ahead
➜ Be willing to make some changes
➜ Roll with the drama and punches
➜ Be willing to work on your boat
➜ Don’t be afraid to shop around
Most importantly – you don’t need a boat that is made by one of the major boat builders. By choosing your own design, you can find a boat that you can work on yourself so easily.
Sailing Life on Jupiter has a saying:
And I totally agree! Provided you’re fully prepared first.
If you’re planning to quit your job and sail a few years from now, then I have an exciting opportunity…
Create Your Own Cruising Freedom
Hey! 😃 it’s Joshua again…
Clearly, I’ve been very inspired by Jamie, Princess and their travels…
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…🙂)