The Ultimate Guide to Sailing Millennial Falcon
Here's Everything You Wanted To Know
This is the definitive guide on Sailing Millennial Falcon for 2023.
Over the last couple of years, I have spent 23 hours watching and researching everything I could about Sailing Millennial Falcon as I love their down-to-earth videos.
(Yes, I really am obsessed with my fellow Australians, Adam and Khiara )
If you wanted to know:
➔ How Adam and Khiara afforded their yacht
➔ How they make their money today
➔ What boat they have and its upgrades
➔ 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 Millennial Falcon FAQs (January 2023)
S/V Millennial Falcon
Adam Seeber (age 33) from Perth, Australia
Khiara Parker (age 32) from the United Kingdom
They met as housemates in Melbourne back in 2015 and fell in love…staying together ever-since.
Before sailing, they have travelled to Japan, Chile, Peru and have road-tripped around Australia.
S/V Millennial Falcon, often called Millie for short, is a 1981 Tanyana Vancouver 42-foot cutter rig yacht.
Designed as a true blue ocean cruiser, more than 200 of these yachts have been built in Taiwan.
Adam and Khiara have upgraded their boat with:
➔ Isotherm VE 150 electric fridge
➔ 6x 100-watt flexible solar panels
➔ 2x 100-watt Renogy solar panels
➔ Tri Star MPPT charge controller
➔ B&G Vulcan 12 Chartplotter + Halo20 Radar
➔ 10ft AB R.I.B. and 9.9hp Honda outboard
➔ Rocna 20kg anchor, 200ft chain and new windlass
➔ Garhauer mast blocks, cleats and deck organisers
➔ Iridium Go and Bad Boy Xtreme N WIFI antennae
Adam and Khiara are in Puerto Rico after completing the Atlantic Circuit.
Sailing Millennial Falcon have explored in:
➔ The Bahamas
➔ The Caribbean
➔ The United States
Surprisingly, they haven’t sailed in Australia as yet.
This couple certainly didn’t come from rich parents.
Adam and Khiara worked for almost a decade each in full-time jobs, originally planing to buy a house.
They aren’t married, but they are engaged. They spent their wedding money on their boat purchase.
Their wedding is planned to be in the next 1-2 years once they have made enjoy money from YouTube.
YouTubers typically do well for themselves.
As of 2023, Sailing Millennial Falcon has a net worth of $975,000 USD. This is based on the value of their boat and online business.
They are quite conservative and only spend what they need.
They’re full-time content creators.
Sailing Millennial Falcon makes approximately $7,520 USD per month on YouTube.
Their various income streams include:
➔ Amazon affiliate links under their videos and on their website to camera and sailing equipment
➔ Paypal donations from their loyal subscribers
➔ Patreon monthly subscribers
➔ Sales of SMF merch including hats and shirts
➔ Advertising revenue from their YouTube channel
Sailing Millennial Falcon has not collaborated with any other YouTubers, but Sailing La Vagabonde is on the cards for next year.
Similarities can be made between them and Sailing Yacht Florence.
They have collaborated with Dick Beaumont from Kraken Yachts with a very engaging interview.
Dick previously owned a Tanyana and sailed around the world with his family before starting Kraken Yachts.
Adam and Khiara haven’t had any drama moments in their 3 years of world cruising.
They don’t rely on clickbait and emotional stories to drive attention. Just pure renovations and sailing.
They are exploring the Caribbean throughout 2022.
What can we learn from my fellow Australians?
➔ It’s OK to spend your wedding money on a yacht 😜
➔ Give YouTube audiences what they want – sailing and problem-solving for budget-conscious folk
➔ Don’t be afraid to make money online
➔ Take each and every day as it comes
➔ Opportunities are everywhere. We just need to know where to look.
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed watching Adam and Khiara since I found them in 2018.
Today in 2022, their adventures remain genuine and relatable to us ordinary folk.
And they remind us that world cruising is more accessible than we might think.
Creating Your Own Cruising Freedom
Hey! 😃 It’s Joshua again….
Clearly I’ve been very inspired by Millennial Falcon 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.
Earlier I mentioned about finding the perfect cruising business model.
With this exciting opportunity, I’ll be able to:
➔ Generate a sustainable $15,000/month with proof (yes, seriously!)
➔ Fund the purchase of my first sailing catamaran without any loans
➔ Do it without selling to friends & family (’cause that’s icky, am I right?!)
➔ Share my lifetime passion of sailing, cruising and global adventures
Curious to learn more? Jump on the free training right now. 🔥