Tula’s Endless Summer Net Worth – Billy & Sierra Earnings

Tula's Endless Summer Net Worth
Tula's Endless Summer Net Worth

Tula’s Endless Summer presents a traveling YouTuber pair and sailors and pup traveling and exploring by sea on their own terms.

Tula’s Endless Summer Net Worth as per the latest findings of our team in 2024 is $1 million. Explore the most recent updates regarding their earnings, lifestyle and other details.

Tula’s Endless Summer real nameBilly Swezey; Sierra Groth
Tula’s Endless Summer Net Worth$1 million
BirthdayBilly Swezey – April 24, 1989; Sierra Groth – 1992
BirthplaceBilly Swezey – the USA; Sierra Groth – the USA
AgeBilly Swezey – 34; Sierra Groth – 32
HeightBilly Swezey – 5ft 9in; Sierra Groth – 5ft 5in
WeightBilly Swezey – 80kg; Sierra Groth – 65kg
ProfessionYouTubers and sailors
Tula's Endless Summer
Tula’s Endless Summer

Detailed information regarding earnings and income

Tula’s Endless Summer monthly earnings, as per our findings, are around $15K to $20K. That said, Tula’s Endless Summer yearly earnings are around $180K to $240K.

Income streams contributing to the net worth

The well paid sailing YouTube stars earn from varied sources as follows:

Income Generation StreamAmount Generated
YouTube Advertising Revenue (Tula’s Endless Summer)$7000 – $15000 per month
YouTube Sponsorship Revenue$1000 – $3000 per post/ $3000 – $9000 per month
TikTok Advertising Revenue$500 – $700 per month
TikTok Sponsorship Revenue$1000 – $3000 per post
Instagram Sponsorship Revenue (tulasendlesssummer and tulasendlesssummer_sierra)$500 – $1000 per post
Brand endorsements, product sales (The Tula Shop – Tula Products and Recommended Gear), collaborations and sponsorships$1000 – $3000 per month
Amazon affiliate program$500 – $2000 per month
Patreon subscriptions (Deckhand $5.00/month; Boatswain $10.00/month; Quartermaster $50.00/month)$500 – $1000 per month
Paypal donations$200 – $1000 per month

If you need to get in touch with the YouTuber, Email TulasEndlessSummer@gmail.com.

Expenditures and Investments

The professional sailing YouTube personality owns houses in the USA.

Boat collection and Investment in sailing career

Tula's Endless Summer Boat

The high earning YouTubers own expensive boats, including S/V Adrenaline 1, their catamaran and M/V Mountain Myst, their trawler. They sold Tula in 2015 and bought a 1973 Marine Trader Trawler, which they named “Neverland.”

They are really good at fixing stuff that other people do not want to worry about. Billy noticed an old forgotten sailboat that had been sitting in the same marina year after year, and then he decided that this old boat would be a perfect little ocean cruiser if he could fix her up. That was a 1977 Victoria Frances 26′.

He decided to make the marina an offer and offered to take this sailboat off their hands so it would clear up space for new paying customers. They offered $800, a crazy good deal, and spent the next few summers sanding, grinding, fiberglassing, and painting to make that old gem look new again.

Billy and Sierra both worked normal jobs and used their savings to live their nomadic lifestyle. In 2013, Captain Bill found an abandoned 26’ sailboat in a boatyard near his home on Long Island. The boat was a Victoria Frances 26, a small “pocket cruiser” designed by Chuck Payne. It was a simple, sturdy boat designed for ocean cruising.

Captain Bill bought the boat for $800. Billy put about $2000 into Tula but also did not pay for rent for two years. Jetty and Billy came along, went on a few trips, and decided they needed a little more room for the three to be comfortable. They posted Tula for sale on Craigslist and sold her for $7,500. They took that money and found a couple that were looking to sell their 1974 Marine Trader Trawler.

They had bought her as a total project boat but didn’t wish to work on her. When they bought this old trawler, she was pretty bare besides the engines, a non-working generator, and Home Depot cabinets. The previous owners added in new fuel tanks, water tanks, and aluminum windows.

They had a little bit of Tula money left over to start investing, installed new solar panels on a custom aluminum bracket, repaired a lot of rotten wood, made beds for the berths, varnished all the teak, added a refrigerator and toaster oven, did a total paint job on the decks, cabin top, and hull, alongside upgrades to the engine.

The duo estimated that they put about $10,000 on top of her original purchase price. They didn’t hire someone else to do the work as that would add up to the expenses. They also invest around $500-$5000 a year in making additional upgrades.

  • Traveling on Marine Trader Trawler

about how much money they saved on rent, the crew from Tula’s Endless Summer lived on r trawler for three years, primarily in Jupiter, Florida. On the low end, if they were renting an apartment in Jupiter, the team would have to spend around $1000 a month, equivalent to $36,000 in three years!!

They decided they wanted to get back to sailing so they could travel farther. Jetty and Billy are not huge fans of heeling over, so they all figured a sailing catamaran would be best. It was time to put Neverland for sale.

Between all the works they put into her and comparing other trawlers on the market, they listed her on Craigslist for $25,000, knowing the buyer would try to negotiate. They were lucky enough to get an offer on the first showing for the amount the crew previously agreed to settle on.

  • The duo sold their boat

The pair had been saving for a new boat for a while and had put the Neverland money right in the bank, but our budget was still under $60,000. They found a few possibilities, but one listing that caught our eye from the beginning was titled “Catamaran for Adventure.” The name was Adrenaline, and she was listed at $45,000.

They went to look at her, and both fell in love. The design is not typical of a “condo” cat, and the headroom is limited, but again, that seemed to be the perfect adventure boat for us.

She needed quite a bit of work, but nothing they could not handle. They found out the designer was Lock Crowther, a world-renowned multihull boat builder. The boat was built in Africa and sailed across the Atlantic multiple times.

Fixing up Adrenaline was all they needed. How they can afford all these boats is still a secret to the viewers. They buy boats with a good base that are being sold for a good deal and need a lot of work. The fact is even that the couple do the work themselves.

After some time living on the boats, they turn around and sell them for a little more than they had spent and put into them.

The crew from Tula’s Endless Summer suggests that there is a possibility to do the same. But unless you are getting millions of views a day, there’s a need to get creative and find other ways to make money with your videos. Also, it can be stated that Patreon, sponsorships, affiliates, and merchandise sales help continue sailing the seas.

YouTube details

  • Name of the channel: Tula’s Endless Summer
  • Joined on: 16 Nov 2011
  • Number of subscribers: 219K

Tula’s Endless Summer bio

Tula’s Endless Summer bio

Well known sailing influencers and YouTubers Billy, Sierra, and Jetty live on a BOAT, and they have sailed up and down the East coast of the U.S., all of the Bahamas, through the Caribbean, and the Pacific Northwest from California to Canada! The three started this boat life on a small monohull sailboat (Tula), and since 2014, they have also lived on a 34′ Marina Trader trawler (Neverland), a 40′ Crowther Spindrift Catamaran (Adrenaline) and a 43′ DeFever Trawler (Mountain Myst).

To be able to live this life, they buy boats that need a lot of work and fix them up themselves. They make these videos to let viewers experience the work and FUN with us. They hope to inspire, educate, and entertain you along the way. BUSINESS INQUIRIES based email address is tulasendlesssummer@thestation.io.

· Captain Bill

Captain Bill loves the sea and has been a water bug his entire life. He loves surfing, diving, kitting, paddling, and everything to do with the ocean. Captain Bill has been a lifeguard on the Atlantic Ocean since high school and has been competing in lifeguard competitions. In 2013, Captain Bill found an abandoned 26’ sailboat in a boatyard near his home on Long Island.

The boat was a Victoria Frances 26, a small “pocket cruiser” designed by Chuck Payne. It was a simple, sturdy boat designed for ocean cruising. Captain Bill bought the boat for $800, spent a year ripping off rotten decks and delaminated fiberglass, then built the boat back up and outfitted her for ocean passages. Captain Bill named her “Tula,” referring to “balance” in Sanskrit. Tula’s Endless Summer first few months together were pretty crazy.

Since then, Captain Bill sailed out the Fire Island inlet, down the cold, lonely eastern coast in November/December/January, and down to Jupiter, Florida.

Captain Bill met a beautiful girlfriend (and now first mate) in Jupiter and couldn’t be happier.

They sold Tula in 2015 and bought a 1973 Marine Trader Trawler, which they named “Neverland.”

The crew has been living the waterman life, surfing, paddling, kiting, and training every single day while they travel and go on some crazy adventures in between.

  • First Mate Sierra

Sierra, an all-out water woman, is always in the ocean, either surfing, paddling, swimming, kiting, spearfishing, or training. Sierra LOVES new adventures and her new life living aboard a boat.

  • Jetty – The Other First Mate

Boat Dog Jetty, an Australian Cattle Dog mix, loves string beans, boat life, and naps. She is the real boss, and the crew loves her.

Making a living off YouTube – Detailed information about the Career

Billy Swezey, a famous YouTube Star from the United States, was born on April 24, 1989, and has earned recognition as a Social media celebrity and creator of content, best known for the Tula’s Endless Summer YouTube channel he shares with his partner Sierra. The crew is known for sharing videos from their day-to-day life in their vessel.

  • Boat

S/V Adrenaline 1 is their catamaran, while M/V Mountain Myst is their trawler. The Tula’s Endless Summer channel has had four boats in their journey.

Mountain Myst = 1978 43′ DeFever Trawler (the current project on YouTube); Adrenaline 1 = 1988 41′ Crowther Spindrift (Originally a 38-foot boat that was extended at the aft sugar scoops); Neverland = 1973 Marine Trader Trawler as well as Tula = 1977 26′ Victoria Frances.

  • Crew Members

Billy Swezey and Sierra Groth have been together for several years but aren’t married. The only time the sailing YouTube duo separated was due to travel restrictions in March 2020.

Jetty is their dog, an Australian Cattle Dog, and one of the most highly regarded working dogs here in Australia.

  • Location

They are in the United States as of the time of writing.

The Tula’s Endless Summer channel has been busy exploring the Caribbean and South America, too, in the past. Also, they will soon be sailing the South Pacific.

  • Collaborations

The two have collaborated with Odd Life Crafting and Tula’s Endless Summer.

Tula’s Endless Summer Personal Life: Family and Relationship

Tula’s Endless Summer Family and Relationship

Regarding Tula’s Endless Summer family and relationship, we can say that Billy Swezey and Sierra Groth are a couple in a romantic relationship but aren’t married yet.


Where Is Tula’s Endless Summer From?

Tula’s Endless Summer is from the USA.

How Much Is Tula’s Endless Summer Worth?

Tula’s Endless Summer Net Worth is $1 million.

How Much Does Tula’s Endless Summer Make?

Tula’s Endless Summer earns around $15K to $20K a month.


The net worth of Tula’s Endless Summer has increased dramatically, and the reason behind it is its popularity on YouTube. Besides her YouTube channel, the three friends also have a blog referred to as Venture Lives, which follows the lives of recent college graduates living aboard a sailboat in Juneau, Alaska.

They are trying our best to find out further information regarding the YouTube stars besides Tula’s Endless Summer Net Worth. Do stay tuned to receive further updates from us.


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