Sailing La Vagabonde is a YouTube channel run by Australian video bloggers Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu. The channel documents the couple's life aboard their 45 foot catamaran La Vagabonde. As of 2019 the channel had over one million subscribers. In 2019 they received significant media attention for sailing Greta Thunberg onboard La Vagabonde from Virginia to the Iberian Peninsula for the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid.
About Elayna Carausu
Widely known for comprising one-half of the Sailing La Vagabonde YouTube channel alongside her boyfriend Riley Whitelum. She has gained popularity for documenting her worldwide travel on a yacht.
She created her YouTube channel in October 2014.
She has seen her YouTube channel amass more than 1.2 million subscribers and 192 million views. She and her husband's story has been profiled by The Daily Mail and The Sun in the UK.
Her father is from Romania and her mother is from Austria. She has two older brothers. Her and Riley share a son named Lenny together.
She is a fan of fellow travel vlogger and parkour star Jason Paul.