Larry Jacobson first stepped into a small sailboat at age 13, taught himself to sail, and was hooked. He had found his passion, and like many sailors, dreamed of sailing his own boat around the world. He kept that dream alive, and 33 years later sailed out beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, turned south, and began his circumnavigation. After six years, 40 countries, and over 40,000 nautical miles later, Larry’s dream came true as he returned to his home port of San Francisco.
How did Larry’s sailing career begin, and what was his inspiration to sail around the world? Get inspired to make your own dreams come true—listen to Larry’s interview starting at minute 3:30–just click here.