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Old 01-09-2016, 00:00   #46
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Little maybe... don't think it was decrepit though..mind you I only watched 2 of them..

Now these two guys are marginal decrepit... Videos & Audios | Berrimilla
OK, I take that most of that back... I just watched #1...
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Old 01-09-2016, 00:22   #47
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I too used to follow Fatty until I read of him proudly boasting about ripping off another yottie for their spinnaker pole - basically stole it. Read the confession and how he bragged about it. I really lost faith in him after that.
The same thing here. I used to read his articles every month, not one since the spinnaker pole.

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The Untie The Lines girl is making me want to sell everything and buy a broke down boat in Panama! She's a soldier for sure!
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https://youtu.be/or6rmic8A6c

Just watched this new series, blew me away. So good.
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Returning to topic; here are som tips, all on youtube
Chase the Story Sailing
Monday Never
Sailing Uma
RAN Sailing
Followtheboat
Gone with the Wynns
Sv Happy Together
Sailing Trio Travels

fyi, delos and vagabonde are my favourites too
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Just watched this new series, blew me away. So good.
Well, the first 1:10 of the first episode got my attention! Binge on!

ETA: AAAAAAAND I'm hooked. They're telling a story WITHOUT WORDS! Their cinematography is simply stellar. Absolutely stunning!
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AAAAAND I'm their 10th patron.
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Not a sailing blog but you just gotta watch "Twenty Eight Feet"!!
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Martin Dolecek / Pepa Prokop escapade:



Makes one wonder how much talented people can do these days with a boat and a laptop!

We also watched "Mud" - takes place on the Mississippi. Very nice.

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I really enjoyed sailing Uma, untie the lines and definatly Sail Life, this guy is funny als heck and very informative.

I prefer the fixing vids over the travel vids where everything seems to go perfect.


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Makes one wonder how much talented people can do these days with a boat and a laptop!

We also watched "Mud" - takes place on the Mississippi. Very nice.

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This is fantastic film work thx
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This is fantastic film work thx
Yep.

By now Martin is in Cairns climbing the Coral Coast before crossing the Indian.

I hope they will make another part of the movie soon for Martin's Panama to Australia solo voyage.

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This one is also from Martin Dolecek, short, Tasman Sea, speaks the universal language:



And Martin's first Atlantic crossing here (I think, because Vimeo does not work here)

https://vimeo.com/51599998

Small boats, great sailors and artists to match.

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