The best way to learn about us is to view our Crew page. The crew page explains who we are and where we’re from. Then there’s a page on the Yacht with stock photos of Britican when she was first commissioned. At the bottom of the Yacht page I also provide a link to an article, pictures and video’s of us winning the Oyster Antigua Regatta. There are some great action shots of Britican sailing with a variety of sail configurations.
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MARIE-JOSEE PINEL says
Hello Britican crew,
I have been following you for a couple years now. I was trying to find more channels like you and feel upon this list (https://blog.feedspot.com/sailing_youtube_channels/) and I was super surprise that you were not on the list. I think you need to submit your name, I wanted to add you but from what I see you have to do it yourself. I though it might be bringing you more subscribers.
Cheers and Fair winds
This is Brian from Stamford CT USA,
I LOVE YOU THREE!
LOVE LOVE LOVE,
Kim Brown says
Thank you Brian! I feel the love and am sending some to you too 🙂 Kim
Gill Duncan says
Kim, we are about to move for work to Naples and are looking for a marina berth for the year. It is not easy to use the web to find a spot. The boat is just under 13 metres. Can you recommend anywhere inexpensive within an hour or so’s drive from Naples? Many thanks, Gill
Kim Brown says
Hey Gill, thank you for considering me a source on Marinas. Assuming you’re asking about Naples, Florida, I don’t know much about the Gulf. Along the east side of Florida I could offer my experiences but that won’t be much help. The one thing I did find in Florida was that marinas are not cheap! Perhaps check out private docks for rent? I hope you find something that suits you. Smiles, Kim