I've watched every episode. More fun than a train wreck. So totally different than anything I've experienced and love it. She appears to have a complete machine shop and everything else down below. The boat is a disaster, both inside and out. A couple other "cruising" vlogs I love include Project Atticus, almost six years and several hundred miles of cruising and Sail Life, five years in boat rebuilding to go sailing, which he has never done. While I do prefer the tiny bikinis of La Vagabonde or Sailing Uma, it just goes to show I have diversity. I particularly like that Sailnet's password requirement is 10 or more characters, but does not require sanskrit.
I don't think I've seen every episode, but I've seen most of the "Athena" saga, including the episodes where he sailed the boat from Scotland (where he bought it) to Denmark. IIRC, he got plenty seasick then too.
Like some of you have commented, I watch him every week like clockwork. Also, as some of you have hinted, I sometimes get the feeling that this refit will never end. Mads clearly loves working on the boat, learning new things and trying new techniques. And I have learned from him, and been inspired to tackle a few long-postponed projects on my own boat.
Frankly, I don't care if the refit ever ends; I'm enjoying the videos and learning too much to worry about if Mads and Eva ever set sail. According to his own schedule, I think Mads doesn't expect to move aboard Athena until after next summer anyway, so there's still a long way to go, even under the best of circumstances.
Until then, I will continue to enjoy the cheerful perfectionism, corny jokes, and ever-expanding project list.