Okay, I'll take a shot at commenting - although please remember that it is just one man's opinion.
First, if I want people to check out my YouTube channel, I'd post a link, to make it idiot proof that someone could find it.
The videos (yes, I watched all 4) are really nice, but to me it is checking out a Facebook page of someone I don't know - cool stuff, but I probably wouldn't go back - watching someone I don't know take a first stab at carving a turkey
isn't my idea of a good Wednesday afternoon. You might want to consider doing voice-overs to give context - an excellent example of this is the video series Catchin' Rays did. The problem is that I don't know you, your first mate, your boat
or anything - and 4 videos in, I still don't know you, your guests, or even where Roche Harbor is! If we were friends in real life, this would be a cool video series, because I could relate.
Your initial comment was that you made "A video blog on getting ready to cruise around the world on a Catamaran
." I was expecting to see something that showed me the work
you were doing/had done to your boat
, your plans, and eventually, hopefully, take me along on the journey so I could live vicariously, and as an armchair sailor maybe learn a thing or two.
Don't get me wrong, I really did like the videos - I just want a reason to tune in and wait with baited breath for the next installment. I think you need to decide why you are making the videos, and who you want to watch them - then you will have some more focus, and give people who don't know you cause to want to.
Good luck and I look forward to seeing how it evolves.