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Mike Perham persevered, and in August , at the age of just 17 years, 5 months, and 11 days, became the youngest person to have sailed solo around the world. His yacht was knocked over, battered by waves, and repeatedly damaged, but Mike battled on, at times surfing down foot waves in knot winds at speeds of up to 28 knots. Despite these conditions, and suffering from sleep deprivation and extreme physical exhaustion, Mike maintained a positive attitude.
His cheerful resilience continually shines through as he describes his adventures and also talks about the team behind his trips, both when sailing round the world and in his earlier journey across the Atlantic at the age of fourteen, and the stresses and sacrifices involved for his family and friends. Sailing the Dream is an inspirational as well as thrilling story, and one for all ages.
In addition to his record-breaking solo circumnavigation, he also holds the Guinness World Record as the youngest person to sail across the Atlantic Ocean solo when he was fourteen. His current quest is to become the first person to both sail and fly around the world solo. He lives in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, England.
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But relatively few of us turn that dream into a reality, especially when we are young. Work, children and life, and the need to save for our retirement get in the way. Well, one young Aussie couple are a living embodiment of how you can do just about anything, if you set on your mind to it.
Of course, talent does help, including being social-media savvy and having a lovely, ingenious and positive approach to life that people can relate to. If those names ring a bell, it could be because they are becoming famous among the boating fraternity for their exploits.
Shortly after the couple met, and Elayna joined Riley on his boat in Greece in , the two novice cruisers have been filming their adventures as they have crossed the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Caribbean, and Pacific Ocean. And anyone and everyone who has wanted to experience their adventure has been along for the ride, feeling part of the crew as the couple tackle everything with fun and enjoyment. Part of their appeal is that Riley and Elayna are novices and share their learning curve with their followers as equals.
Home in Australia at Christmas last year to see family, the couple seized the opportunity to conduct several meet-and-greets, including one at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron of Manly, which was a sell-out. Fans travelled from as far as the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast to meet them and the queue to say hello to them afterwards stretched almost out the door. Talking about the start of their Youtube channel, Riley recalled how Elayna posted the first video for fun for family and friends, and he was not too keen initially.
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However, after it went viral, he became as enthusiastic as she was. Then, someone suggested inviting followers to donate via the Patreon crowdfunding website.
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And the rest — as they say — is history. This income has let them continue their cruising, and allowed them to upgrade from the original Beneteau Cyclades monohull to a new Outremer 45 blue-water sailing catamaran.
Elayna said that an upside is that the need to film interesting footage means they have to stay very adventurous, pushing themselves that little bit harder to try new things. The downside is that filming and editing keep them extremely busy. She spends many hours a day at the computer keyboard, which can be hard to do when you are in some exotic location — when snorkelling and exploring or just a snooze on the foredeck beckon. They also have a website, and Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts that need to be regularly updated.