1. Sailing Nahoa

    Sailing NahoaBulan Yang lalu

    We often find ourselves in situations where we go deeper and deeper to “get the story”. This is because of you! You wonderful humans watching, subscribing and commenting. Thank You! This journey wouldn’t be the same without taking you along for the ride. It's been an incredible experiment and we're not stopping anytime soon. If you would like to support Nahoa (it takes a lot to keep her seaworthy), check us out here:

  2. HEY HEY CARDS 650

    HEY HEY CARDS 65014 jam yang lalu

    About 360,000.000 USD for boat.

  3. tsolias27

    tsolias2728 hari yang lalu

    Can you please tell me, did you give him 50 dollars or 50 rupiah? If thats true he must be now a millionaire 😁

  4. Markus Patients

    Markus PatientsBulan Yang lalu

    I can't get my woman to ride on a Ferris wheel, let alone sail around the world with no Popeye's chicken sandwiches.

  5. Markus Patients

    Markus PatientsBulan Yang lalu

    @Hund Sam That's a lot of rupees / money $$$ but it doesn't seem right?

  6. Pakistani boat makar

    Pakistani boat makarBulan Yang lalu


  7. jaa

    jaaHari Yang lalu

    dennox is scary :-/

  8. Roger H

    Roger H2 hari yang lalu

    Are you drawn to these sailing videos? Even though you have very little, or no sailing experience, do you feel like you are being called to live this life? Are there circumstances preventing you from making this leap toward your dream? If you feel this way, then you feel the same that I do. I'm not sure what has compelled me to write this message today, but I did. And you probably are unaware of the forces that brought you to this message. But whatever the reasons, we connected. If you want to chat more, email me at my gmail address - Roger17554

  9. Chang urr

    Chang urr3 hari yang lalu

    the boy first speaks to you in portguese, the colonial lingua franca

  10. Richard Neal

    Richard Neal3 hari yang lalu

    I remember reading about an Australian couple who got a boat made in Indonesia it cost them about AUD$90k and this was when the AUD-USD exchange rate was almost 1-1. The finished boat included motors and sails. It was a pretty big boat over 160 feet, 50 meters.

  11. WorldBay

    WorldBay4 hari yang lalu

    Download Google Translate 👍🏼 You can download some languages and use, if you don’t have internet

  12. Frank Stocker

    Frank Stocker4 hari yang lalu

    How many Patrons does Dennox have to support his lifestyle?

  13. J. Wesley Stevenson

    J. Wesley Stevenson6 hari yang lalu

    Like, and you know, Like it's big and Like, you know Like, this thing is Like cool and Like..... Dude, you Like need a dictionary to like find some words to Like express your Like thoughts without Like using the work LIKE over and over again.

  14. haltomont

    haltomont7 hari yang lalu

    Just doing the arithmetic its about 200 k US

  15. Bobby Chudoba

    Bobby Chudoba8 hari yang lalu

    You both tried to shake his hand at the same time and you almost made his brain explode.

  16. JifeLacket

    JifeLacket9 hari yang lalu

    The guy at 7:26 is using a hammer drill just to drill through that iron wood!

  17. Hoot Owl

    Hoot Owl9 hari yang lalu

    OMG. Using ironwood for shipbuilding? WTF, man?

  18. bizim eller

    bizim eller9 hari yang lalu

    In turkey, it's called akees(aks) also, instead o axle, it sounded so weird to me calling it axle when I first came to america😀

  19. Nicholas Robinson

    Nicholas Robinson12 hari yang lalu

    5,000,000,000 (5billion) Indonesian Rupiah equals 354,753.40 United States Dollars

  20. coxy pau

    coxy pau12 hari yang lalu

    Yoda definitely lives. Thanks for finding him. Star Wars fan here.

  21. Sonja unome

    Sonja unome12 hari yang lalu

    So the wood to build this boat is from the rain forest im glad they have a means to progress. I am very sad that it envolves wood because that means it came at a cost, the cost being the orangotanges habitate this makes my heart ache for the primates and its leading to the death of a species. If they keep this boat and fish with it instead of using the rainforest as a means of monitary gain a move in the right direction. They need to replant what they destroy. We need to lead them in a different direction and not encourage this.

  22. goget'em188

    goget'em18812 hari yang lalu

    Hi just to explain yes they are using hand tools wen did a chainsaw have a robot lol just saying

  23. gb Jhocson

    gb Jhocson12 hari yang lalu

    they use several rollers rounded logs or metal tubings underneath the hull when its ready for launching.

  24. Kevin Lynch

    Kevin Lynch13 hari yang lalu

    who needs saftey when u have common sense

  25. Kevin Lynch

    Kevin Lynch13 hari yang lalu

    i almost bought a 50 ft prow in darwin in 80's most amazing boats took 2 yrs to build apparently

  26. Ian Joy Virtudazo

    Ian Joy Virtudazo13 hari yang lalu

    Hahaha he is so funny

  27. papa bits

    papa bits14 hari yang lalu

    I never realized the insanity of Indonesia’s boat building industry, or I just don’t give a s,,,!

  28. Larry Anderson

    Larry Anderson15 hari yang lalu

    Very Long yeees yeees

  29. Toto Boy

    Toto Boy15 hari yang lalu

    Indonesians are cheap! Lol.

  30. palmtemple

    palmtemple15 hari yang lalu

    Is this a fishing boat?

  31. william terrill

    william terrill15 hari yang lalu

    What's crazy cool is if you just gave that guy a hundred USD if he converted that into Indonesian dollars he literally just received 1,408,585.00Indonesian Rupiah

  32. william terrill

    william terrill15 hari yang lalu

    @Sailing Nahoa honestly 90 two $185 USD is there monthly income over there in Indonesia so if you gave him $200 you would literally be giving him like 2 months worth of income and in third world countries and non third world countries you've got to be careful because if you're not careful and there's a good exchange rate the potential economic impacts of more than one person overpaying could be dangerous and not in a good way because it could artificially inflate their economy making their dollar worth less

  33. william terrill

    william terrill15 hari yang lalu

    @Sailing Nahoa honestly I truly do feel that you did your part to support their local economy not only support it but better it you did more than your share

  34. william terrill

    william terrill15 hari yang lalu

    @Sailing Nahoa no that's not what I was saying always say I thought you had given him $50 each time you took a tour of the boat so if you took a tour two boats that meant you paid him $100 not that that boat tour was worth$50 each boat or $100 for two boats I was just saying I thought that was really cool if you received $100 USD he just became an instant millionairepersonally I don't feel from what I seen in the video that the tour was worth $25 well maybe $25 to USD and for a couple of questions honestly I do feel that you were taken advantage of

  35. Sailing Nahoa

    Sailing Nahoa15 hari yang lalu

    Yea absolutely. You know that feeling no matter what the amount of money someone is asking for it still feels like you're being taken advantage of? In this case it was $5 or $10 bucks. Peanuts really. Looking back we should have doubled what he was asking for and given it to him. We suck sometimes. No excuses. We're human and we need to work on this part of us. Give more when required no matter the resistance.

  36. Jonathan Simmonds

    Jonathan Simmonds16 hari yang lalu

    If there's one thing I avoid when I'm travelling it's Yanks.

  37. Mark Muller

    Mark Muller18 hari yang lalu

    "I don't think they have safety regulations in Indonesia" LOL. You guys have just sailed across the entire Pacific. You didn't notice the same lack of safety regs in every island you visited? Workplace health & safety only exists in the West. BTW, I have lived in and visited Indo since the late 70's...... Enjoy! Salamat Jalan.

  38. Jeff Duncan

    Jeff Duncan18 hari yang lalu

    $354,000 US dollars! Strap 5 Seven Marine motors on the back and you’ll have a Midnight Express made from Iron Wood! 🤔

  39. Dzulfiqar Bagas Tito

    Dzulfiqar Bagas Tito18 hari yang lalu

    If u don't know about "pinisi boat", go search on IDreporter. It is the Sulawesi people traditional ship. A big wooden ship. It is like the western people pirate ship. It's on the UNESCO heritage list

  40. par4par72

    par4par7220 hari yang lalu

    Iron Wood = Ipa (pronounced "EPay") is a protected wood that is slow growing and not sustainable hardwood. This is how Indonesia is "eco-friendly" ...NOT !!! This is why they harvest the rain forest. Or let say harvest oxygen from the earth.

  41. Aghost 132483

    Aghost 13248321 hari yang lalu

    This is how the Phinisi boat launch to the sea


    GAMING with FRIENDS21 hari yang lalu

    theres something yada about dennis me thinks lol

  43. stormperformance

    stormperformance21 hari yang lalu

    Amazing! Great find guys! This is so cool! Strong like!

  44. John Roddy

    John Roddy22 hari yang lalu

    High respect to the craft men and women,BUT no respect for health and safety.The bare feet and gang plank alone,yard should be closed down

  45. claverton

    claverton22 hari yang lalu

    first time I've seen your channel...really good vid, well done!

  46. m m

    m m23 hari yang lalu

    where is this on google maps ?

  47. tv online calon sarjana

    tv online calon sarjana25 hari yang lalu

    I love indonesian from rusian

  48. GuiTardZan

    GuiTardZan26 hari yang lalu

    These guys could make some serious money with a set of Making Irons working on carvel planked boats right here in the USA.....Calking is becoming a lost art and a lot of carvel plank boats are being scrapped because of it....

  49. Buzz Bladz

    Buzz Bladz26 hari yang lalu

    I believe you have found the Indonesian Yoda........ Big, yes very big it is.... So funny and interesting as well as educational. Thank you so much for sharing your journey.

  50. The Meek

    The Meek28 hari yang lalu

    He charged you 50 rupiah for the tour which is less than 1 US cent.

  51. Muhamad Affandi

    Muhamad Affandi24 hari yang lalu

    It's 50000 actually.

  52. 1975Per

    1975Per28 hari yang lalu

    @sailing Nahoa - Here you can see a video how they launch them :)

  53. Sir_Dawson

    Sir_Dawson28 hari yang lalu

    Is that timber sustainably sourced? I am impressed by the semi traditional skills still being used and sad at the thought of deforestation and rubbish . . . there are so many impressive people out there and so many lessons to be taught.

  54. col stace

    col stace28 hari yang lalu

    I don't think they worry about sustainability in Indonesia lol they worry about their next meal

  55. Cedaז

    Cedaז28 hari yang lalu


  56. TJ Larson

    TJ Larson28 hari yang lalu

    $71, 238 for 1 Billion Rupiah, todays exchange. So his price on those boats falls between @ $350,000 and $500,000. He was mentioning numbers like 5 billion and 7 billion, near the start.

  57. johnnyjrotten59

    johnnyjrotten5928 hari yang lalu

    Many of these boats ended up being used as target practice and blown up by the RAN

  58. R. Ger.

    R. Ger.28 hari yang lalu

    On your journey be very careful around africa or somalia for pirates they will steal your and hold you and your woman for ransom or kill you. Just a thought I guess you guys didn't see that movie with Tom Hanks captured by somalia pirates. Best thing to do is stay away from that area, unless you stupid, then good luck. Captain Phillips (film) Captain Phillips is a 2013 American biographical drama-thriller film directed by Paul Greengrass and starring Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi.

  59. Stitch

    Stitch28 hari yang lalu

    355k USD is how much the boat costs

  60. Greyghost680

    Greyghost68028 hari yang lalu

    That wood in the states is closer to billions than you think, in the volume shown on the video. Exotic hardwood is insanely expensive.

  61. Michel van Dijk

    Michel van Dijk29 hari yang lalu

    no sound barriers. omg.

  62. ktm mitch

    ktm mitch29 hari yang lalu

    In South America, Iron Wood comes from the Green and Purple Heart Trees. Traditionally this wood was used during the industrial revolution to create such things as the massive Manchester Canal Gates, it can be found right across the world still in excellent condition. It was as strong as iron but much easier to use and apply.

  63. nothing but the truth seek it you will find it

    nothing but the truth seek it you will find it29 hari yang lalu

    Be great to watch the launching of these massive wood boat🚣‍♂️

  64. Planet CEO

    Planet CEO29 hari yang lalu

    You said the same thing fuckjng twice. Thanks for wasting my time.

  65. Playstation Gamer

    Playstation Gamer29 hari yang lalu

    The Indonesian yoda

  66. Noel

    Noel29 hari yang lalu

    Iron wood doesn't float and cant be cut with a wood saw.

  67. Bear up

    Bear upBulan Yang lalu

    Take a look at all the rubbish lying around and we in Australia get blamed for by the greenies

  68. august nelson

    august nelsonBulan Yang lalu

    "They don't have safety regulations in Indonesia" . You visit a traditional boat building on a remote island and you make a statement like that.

  69. col stace

    col stace28 hari yang lalu

    They don't have safety regulations anywhere in Indonesia lol 😂 they barely have laws also

  70. kris kemp

    kris kempBulan Yang lalu

    You make amazing documentaries. Thank you for sharing this fascinating video and story.


    THE KEKRONOMICONBulan Yang lalu

    I sold all my possessions too but instead of sailing around the world I shit my pants and forgot my name check out my IDreporter channel

  72. A F S Creation

    A F S CreationBulan Yang lalu

    Wonderful Indonesia...