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Building A Chameleon Sailing Dinghy | Lofting Plywood - #1
 
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I'm building a Chameleon sailing dinghy. It's a sprit rig pram made of plywood and epoxy that will sail, motor, row, and nest. During our last trip to the Bahamas I saw a few rigid dinghies that had small sailing rigs that were cruising around the anchorages. They intrigued me. It looked so cool to see them casually sailing around, and I wanted to a part of that. For one thing, I'm always draw to things that interest the few. Inflatable dinghies outnumber rigid ones by a factor of 50:1, so naturally I was interested in the rare rigid ones. I tend to go the opposite way of the crowd, and my newfound interest in rigid dinghies is a symptom of that mindset. Also, I'm always drawn to simplicity when it comes to cruising. Less things to break means more time to enjoy traveling instead of continually being forced to maintain complex "stuff" that are supposed to be making your life easier. It doesn't get much simpler than a good rigid dink - as far as dinghies go, anyways. So yeah - that's pretty much why I decided to build one. Lastly, this project has been kinda therapeutic for me. It's kept me connected to the sailing lifestyle even though we've been stuck on land for the last few months while dealing with the sale our house. I hope you enjoy this video series that will cover the construction of our Chameleon sailing dinghy from beginning to end. Thanks for watching!! Ben, Tambi, & Molly | S/V Sandflea | "SAILBOATSTORY" ******* BECOME A PATRON ************************************ https://www.Patreon.com/SailboatStory ||| Pledge anything from $1 to $50 per video we create. This is the BEST way that you can help us continue making these videos. Consider signing up today! ******* SEND A PAYPAL DONATION **************************** https://www.paypal.me/sailboatstory ||| Use this link to send a 1-time Paypal donation. We'll certainly put the funds to good use to keep the cameras rolling and the adventure growing. ******* OUR AMAZON WISH LIST ******************************* http://a.co/3k62rhG ||| We're often asked if there's any gear that we need for the boat - well, here's our Wish List for boat gear. If you want to chip in and send us an item from the list, you can do so from this link. Items purchased from the list are automatically removed. ******* GET CONNECTED ************************************** https://www.facebook.com/SailboatStory ||| FACEBOOK https://twitter.com/SailboatStory ||| TWITTER https://www.instagram.com/Sailboatstory ||| INSTAGRAM ******* WIRELESS WIND INSTRUMENT ************************* http://www.SailTimerWind.com/SailboatStory ||| The SailTimer Wind Instrument™ is a wireless, solar-powered masthead anemometer. It works with lots of navigation and charting apps. It’s awesome! (and cheaper through this link.) ******* MANTUS MARINE ************************************** https://www.MantusMarine.com/ ||| This is the place to go when it's time to upgrade your anchor. Nothing beats the holding power of a Mantus anchor in a wide variety of bottom substrates. We went with the 45lb model. ******** ASK A QUESTION ************************************** https://goo.gl/forms/rBH6Gmhdl9f3Jojl2 ||| What do you want to know? Ask us anything and we'll answer your question in an upcoming Q&A segment.
Views: 14357 Sailboat Story
Building A Chameleon Sailing Dinghy | Stitch & Glue - #2
 
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Part 2 of building a homemade Chameleon Sailing Dinghy from Home Depot plywood and cheap epoxy. I've worked on the boat now for 68 hours. It's hard work, but I keep reminding myself how amazing it's going to be when we're sailing it around various clear-water anchorages in the Abacos... it's gonna be great! Mistakes will be made. Lessons will be learned. Many things will be inadvertently stuck together till the end of time by errant epoxy globs. None of that really matters though, as long as the dinghy floats after its all said and done. Will it float?? LIKE & SUBSCRIBE so you can follow along with the entire series. Thanks for watching!! Ben, Tambi, & Molly | S/V Sandflea | "SAILBOATSTORY" ******* BECOME A PATRON ************************************ https://www.Patreon.com/SailboatStory ||| Pledge anything from $1 to $50 per video we create. This is the BEST way that you can help us continue making these videos. Consider signing up today! ******* SEND A PAYPAL DONATION **************************** https://www.paypal.me/sailboatstory ||| Use this link to send a 1-time Paypal donation. We'll certainly put the funds to good use to keep the cameras rolling and the adventure growing. ******* OUR AMAZON WISH LIST ******************************* http://a.co/3k62rhG ||| We're often asked if there's any gear that we need for the boat - well, here's our Wish List for boat gear. If you want to chip in and send us an item from the list, you can do so from this link. Items purchased from the list are automatically removed. ******* GET CONNECTED ************************************** https://www.facebook.com/SailboatStory ||| FACEBOOK https://twitter.com/SailboatStory ||| TWITTER https://www.instagram.com/Sailboatstory ||| INSTAGRAM ******* MANTUS MARINE ************************************** https://www.MantusMarine.com/ ||| This is the place to go when it's time to upgrade your anchor. Nothing beats the holding power of a Mantus anchor in a wide variety of bottom substrates. We went with the 45lb model. ******** ASK A QUESTION ************************************** https://goo.gl/forms/rBH6Gmhdl9f3Jojl2 ||| What do you want to know? Ask us anything and we'll answer your question in an upcoming Q&A segment.
Views: 12632 Sailboat Story
Duo dinghy sailing in the Bahamas
 
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This is my first sail in my 10ft 2 sheet plywood dinghy Duo. Great to test it in the warm, crystal clear waters of the Bahamas! This boat was built as a rowing boat in two days, see here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs-2/46-beach-cats-and-dinghies/431-edensaw-boatbuilding-challenge It is normally used as the tender to our Skoota 28 powercat. Usually we row it everywhere, although we do have a 2hp outboard. This was the first sail, just after rigging. As you can see, I am missing a sail batten (in short supply on powerboats!) and I still need to sort out the oar storage when sailing. After the video shoot I went off for a couple of hours sailing around. I was very pleased to find i could just plane in the 12 knots of wind Another video next time I go out, hopefully in the next few days More on the Duo here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs-2/46-beach-cats-and-dinghies/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy
Views: 3577 Woods Designs
Building A Chameleon Sailing Dinghy | Epoxy & Fiberglass - #3
 
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I flip the dinghy over and cover the outside of the hull in a layer of fiberglass cloth and epoxy. It's so cool to see how the cloth disappears as it absorbs the epoxy - this is especially apparent when the footage is sped up, which you'll certainly see - with a certain amount of stylish flair added. 103 hours into the build thus far. That means, only... I don't know, maybe another 200 or so to go. Who knows. I do get some assistance from my 7 year old apprentice during this video. She's such a great helper. You know what the best part of having a 7 year old apprentice is? She doesn't seem to mind at all that her instructor's qualifications are... lacking. Thanks for watching!! Ben, Tambi, & Molly | S/V Sandflea | "SAILBOATSTORY" ******* BECOME A PATRON ************************************ https://www.Patreon.com/SailboatStory ||| Pledge anything from $1 to $50 per video we create. This is the BEST way that you can help us continue making these videos. Consider signing up today! ******* SEND A PAYPAL DONATION **************************** https://www.paypal.me/sailboatstory ||| Use this link to send a 1-time Paypal donation. We'll certainly put the funds to good use to keep the cameras rolling and the adventure growing. ******* OUR AMAZON WISH LIST ******************************* http://a.co/3k62rhG ||| We're often asked if there's any gear that we need for the boat - well, here's our Wish List for boat gear. If you want to chip in and send us an item from the list, you can do so from this link. Items purchased from the list are automatically removed. ******* GET CONNECTED ************************************** https://www.facebook.com/SailboatStory ||| FACEBOOK https://twitter.com/SailboatStory ||| TWITTER https://www.instagram.com/Sailboatstory ||| INSTAGRAM ******* MANTUS MARINE ************************************** https://www.MantusMarine.com/ ||| This is the place to go when it's time to upgrade your anchor. Nothing beats the holding power of a Mantus anchor in a wide variety of bottom substrates. We went with the 45lb model. ******** ASK A QUESTION ************************************** https://goo.gl/forms/rBH6Gmhdl9f3Jojl2 ||| What do you want to know? Ask us anything and we'll answer your question in an upcoming Q&A segment.
Views: 11639 Sailboat Story
Build Your Own Dinghy (Part 1)
 
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Part 1 of 26 in the series "Build Your Own Dinghy" provides the introduction to this series of 26 video clips, combined with the first step in building the boat (making the stem). The next segment (Part 2) shows you how to make the Main Frame. This series of videos will show the process of what's involved with building a small skiff in the backyard, using simple plywood construction techniques. The dinghy is one of my own designs from my "Frugal Skiff" series that you can learn more about from my other web site: http://www.shoestringshipyard.com This series of videos are not intended to a tutorial, although most experienced wood workers could probably figure out what to do after watching this boat being built. I built and donated this dinghy to the Women's Health Resource Library ( http://whrl.org ) in Milbridge, Maine for their annual fund raising auction held during the "Milbrdge Days" celebration at the end of July 2017. The dinghy was a big hit and successfully brought in a lot of money to help fund many of the great programs the WHRL sponsors in our community. Please check out my main web site http://www.downeastthunder.com and like my Facebook page @Downeast Thunder Creations plus you can also follow me on Twitter @DowneastThunder Please subscribe to my Youtube channel and like (thumbs up) and share the video (this will help me continue to produce more video content) - Thanks! Youtube Links to Dinghy Series: Part 1: https://youtu.be/OqTVSe4bWZg Part 2: https://youtu.be/NgLDB8pr-Ks Part 3: https://youtu.be/khA8Tg-vDhI Part 4: https://youtu.be/-K7tGCE1HXU Part 5: https://youtu.be/5LOCBMDfCBo Part 6: https://youtu.be/w4GIso0OA_Q Part 7: https://youtu.be/kEJda-ORYQQ Part 8: https://youtu.be/B1Zs_7EfjYU Part 9: https://youtu.be/6bLHIxLPd_8 Part 10: https://youtu.be/__H8HZ1Je0M Part 11: https://youtu.be/kRas5MJF5S4 Part 12: https://youtu.be/wJXDMvVmDe0 Part 13: https://youtu.be/Z06Lq2GySiQ Part 14: https://youtu.be/TU-Kv_ZSVEQ Part 15: https://youtu.be/3IgkQUKaXjU Part 16: https://youtu.be/spgqlCAPlKs Part 17: https://youtu.be/tnshIwKb17A Part 18: https://youtu.be/3_ckcB0es94 Part 19: https://youtu.be/EZ40yz9NN6M Part 20: https://youtu.be/SmKvzwepwGA Part 21: https://youtu.be/pVaMPyoQrVA Part 22: https://youtu.be/fzpmVIZ0qlI Part 23: https://youtu.be/Lcy5XYWgbmw Part 24: https://youtu.be/VHNASYXnZYk Part 25: https://youtu.be/OTzG2niKBuA Part 26: https://youtu.be/KGLF9RMYQKQ
The 16' Lumberyard Skiff Build
 
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I uploaded a video testing inexpensive non-marine plywood that I used to build this boat and others. Please check it out in the following link: https://youtu.be/Wd_MUg8LPzk I uploaded a video of this skiff on the water. Check it out! https://youtu.be/KDEwlOMGpPg I built the lumberyard skiff outside in the back yard. The plans were from Old Wharf Dory. I purchased the lumber, oil primer , and oil paint from Lowe's. The epoxy was made by Raka. I purchased a lot of items off Amazon because they had it in stock and had the best prices. I listed some of the best deals I found and used on this build below: - Best & least expensive stainless U-Bolts used on the bow and stern - http://amzn.to/2l5ay3k - 5 spoke stainless steering wheel (Awesome!) - http://amzn.to/2lGhIsv - Stainless Safe-T Quick Connect Rotary steering cable system - http://amzn.to/2lF3DdZ - Raka 6 gallon epoxy kit - http://amzn.to/2kY4t6g - Fiberglass Cloth 6oz (sold by the yard) - http://amzn.to/2l9U4a2 - Marine switch panel - http://amzn.to/2kIQItG - Marine Bow light - http://amzn.to/2kYbuV0 - Stainless Cleat - http://amzn.to/2kIS6wB - Marine pole light base - http://amzn.to/2kYi6m3 - Stainless 1 5/8" T20 star wood screws - http://amzn.to/2kYhOMd - Stainless 2 1/2" T20 star wood screws - http://amzn.to/2lGgfSQ - The build took about 2-3 months. We had several storms and oil paint dries very slow, so there were several weeks of waiting during this period. Big thanks to my family for allowing me time and space to build this skiff! Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe. Thanks for watching!
Views: 94716 TX Jasper
Goat Island Skiff Hull Build 2017
 
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Designed by Michael Storer, plans at DuckworksBBS.com Video is not meant to be instructional, just cool. Check out the Goat Island Skiff group on Facebook, all you need to know there.
Views: 6212 Buck Mudflap
10ft Duo dinghy sailing in the Bahamas Christmas 2016
 
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I am really enjoying sailing my 10ft Duo dinghy in the Bahamas. It only takes a few minutes to launch from Skoota's davits, then drop in the sleeved sail and I'm away! The inflatable tube "fenders" really help protect the Skoota's topsides. Today we anchored out near the north end of Elbow Cay and I decided it would be fun to sail out over the reef into the real ocean. I didn't quite make it, the reef was more extensive than I'd thought. I carefully tacked out past all the shallows, but forgot that on my way back I would be sailing blind, downwind into the sun. Fortunately, although I went over quite a few reefs I didn't hit anything. The video shows some of my sail, which was also a good opportunity to try my "boat-made" (as opposed to "home-made") camera mount which I had fitted to the boom. More on the Duo here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs-2/46-beach-cats-and-dinghies/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy
Views: 744 Woods Designs
Naut 420 pocket cruiser
 
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14 foot simple cruising sailboat in plywood for two overnight or three for a day cruise, design for protected or inlands waters. A classic design pocket sailboat with 2 berths and a small cockpit. FRANCE / EU : http://nautline.com/plans_scow.php#N420 USA : http://www.duckworksbbs.com/category-s/224.htm "When The Levee Breaks" by Kansas Joe and Memphis Minnie Public domain music. http://freemusicarchive.org
Views: 9370 CaptainJo
10ft Duo dinghy rowing and motoring Bahamas 2017
 
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The last couple of videos showed my sailing my 10ft 2 sheet plywood dinghy Duo. This clip shows me first rowing and then motoring it. Rowing I could just manage 4 knots on the gps (I am an unfit 62 year old). Motoring using a 2.5hp Suzuki I did 8. Obviously it trims better with two on board. Having said that we rarely motor as it is so easy to row, even with two on board and a couple of weeks of shopping This dinghy was built in two days (painting took longer!). You can see more here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs-2/46-beach-cats-and-dinghies/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy
Views: 1306 Woods Designs
How to Build Your Very First Boat in 50 hours
 
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https://www.saltboatworks.com This is a compilation of the step by step instructional videos on how to build a one person, wooden plywood boat for fishing or exploring the flats. The boat plans for this simple build come with full size patterns, which eliminate measuring, lofting and all guesswork. It takes approximately 50 hours to build and requires basic carpentry tools. All of these features make it perfect for a first time builder. It can be paddled or powered with a trolling motor or 6hp max. The 6hp cruises at 15 mph. Detailed instructional videos are available for each step in the process. Subscribe to our channel so you don't miss any! https://www.youtube.com/user/saltboatworks?sub_confirmation=1 Boat plans are available on our website so you can experience the joy of building your own Flats River Skiff. https://www.saltboatworks.com/frs-12 Materials List: - 4 sheets of 3/16" plywood - 50' of 1/2" x 1" cypress - 60' of 1" x 1" cypress - 2.5 gallons marine epoxy - 18 c/f of 2lb expanding foam - 12 yards of 10 oz fiberglass cloth - paint and primer Follow us on Social Media too! https://www.facebook.com/SaltBoatworks/ https://www.instagram.com/saltboatworks/
Views: 404 Salt Boatworks
How to Build a Boat - Part 1 How to Cut a Scarf - Salt Boatworks FRS-12
 
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http://www.saltboatworks.com You can build your own boat using our plans and instructional videos! In the first video of the FRS12 how to series we cover building a jig and cutting a scarf joint using a router. This method can be used for other boats and wood working projects. Boat plans with full size patterns, which eliminate measuring, lofting and all guesswork are available for purchase on our website. https://www.saltboatworks.com/product/flats-river-skiff-12/ The boat takes approximately 50 hours to build and requires basic carpentry tools. It is perfect for a first time builder. It can be paddled or powered with a trolling motor or 6hp max. The 6hp cruises at 15 mph. Subscribe to our channel so you don't miss any updates! https://www.youtube.com/user/saltboatworks?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Social Media too! https://www.facebook.com/SaltBoatworks/ https://www.instagram.com/saltboatworks
Views: 562 Salt Boatworks
Family Of 3 Sail The Bahamas
 
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Not long ago Ben, Tambi, and Molly were living the traditional American life. 9-5 jobs, 2 nice cars, a hefty mortgage - and 1 out of every 52 weeks... there was a vacation. Things changed though, when Ben had the realization that every day felt exactly like the previous one. It was just like that movie "Groundhog Day"... Wake up, go to work, come home, eat dinner, watch TV, go to sleep, repeat, repeat, repeat. Time to shake things up! The Clardy family always did enjoy their temporary getaways to the islands when they would go on cruises. They loved the tropical climate, the clear water, the white sand, the palm trees. They wanted more of THAT, but how? A sailboat, THAT’S how! It was that idea that spurred this family to break out of their rut and go on a grand adventure to tropical destinations over the horizon. Do they know anything about sailing? ...nope. Did they inherit a boat load of money? ...definitely not. Minor details, BECAUSE... So far they’ve sold everything, moved out of their house, purchased a 38 year old sailboat, toured 1000 miles of Intracoastal Waterway, and experienced an unforgettable 6 month sailing adventure through the islands of the Bahamas. So, what’s next for this intrepid trio? Whatever happens - the cameras will be rolling and their salty adventures will be recorded so that you can share the experience as their Story unfolds. Tune in and enjoy the adventure. :) Ben, Tambi, & Molly | S/V Sandflea | "SAILBOATSTORY" ******* BECOME A PATRON ************************************ https://www.Patreon.com/SailboatStory ||| Pledge anything from $1 to $50 per video we create. This is the BEST way that you can help us continue making these videos. Consider signing up today! ******* SEND A PAYPAL DONATION **************************** paypal.me/sailboatstory ||| Use this link to send a 1-time Paypal donation. We'll certainly put the funds to good use to keep the cameras rolling and the adventure growing. ******* CONNECT ON FACEBOOK ****************************** https://www.facebook.com/SailboatStory ||| Go to our FB page and give us a LIKE and a FOLLOW. That way you can see what we're up in real-time. Also, feel free to send us a direct message! ******* WIRELESS WIND INSTRUMENT ************************* http://www.SailTimerWind.com/SailboatStory ||| The SailTimer Wind Instrument™ is a wireless, solar-powered masthead anemometer. It works with lots of navigation and charting apps. It’s awesome! (and cheaper through this link.) ******* MANTUS MARINE ************************************** https://www.MantusMarine.com/ ||| This is the place to go when it's time to upgrade your anchor. Nothing beats the holding power of a Mantus anchor in a wide variety of bottom substrates. We went with the 45lb model. ******* VIDEO GEAR ******************************************** CANON G7X CAMERA: http://amzn.to/2v7gbmA LOWEPRO G7X BELT CASE: http://amzn.to/2uMAe7n JOBY "BALLHEAD" GORILLAPOD: http://amzn.to/2eXCXqC GOPRO HERO 3+ SILVER: http://amzn.to/2tT1XWY GOPRO ACCESSORY KIT: http://amzn.to/2v7pEe1 GOPRO BATTERIES: http://amzn.to/2uMwcMb GOPRO ACCESSORY KIT: http://amzn.to/2v7pEe1 SANDISK ULTRA SD CARD: http://amzn.to/2hcQYRY PANASONIC ERGOFIT EARBUDS: http://amzn.to/2wa7ghs 15" i7 MACBOOK PRO: http://amzn.to/2w9GKV9 EXTERNAL MACBOOK BATTERY: http://amzn.to/2eXxJv1 12VOLT ADAPTER FOR MACBOOK: http://amzn.to/2hcjLGw WATERPROOF LAPTOP BAG: http://amzn.to/2eXnarP SCREENFLOW SOFTWARE (Mac): http://tinyurl.com/lqf44gp SEAGATE 1TB HARDDRIVE: http://amzn.to/2eXFlhb ******** BOAT GEAR ******************************************* EPIRB: http://amzn.to/2v0oQ9Q DINGHY: http://amzn.to/2vlwEnj 4HP 4-STROKE OUTBOARD MOTOR: http://amzn.to/2uZF9DK ENGINE OIL EXTRACTOR: http://amzn.to/2vmuOTg HANDHELD VHF: http://amzn.to/2v2Zd6z 5 GAL WATER CANS: http://amzn.to/2hr7ZIp FOLDING HAND TRUCK: http://amzn.to/2vm4x7L COOKWARE SET: http://amzn.to/2unIdWE IPAD WATERPROOF CASE: http://amzn.to/2w9XKvf IPAD HELM MOUNT: http://amzn.to/2fbyG3i NAVIONICS: https://tinyurl.com/y8kj9kpq SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER: http://amzn.to/2hri4oV COMPOSTING TOILET: http://amzn.to/2vlS3gn COCO COIR BRICKS: http://amzn.to/2wanJTy AQUABOT SPRAYER: http://amzn.to/2v0eAyh WINDSCOOP: http://amzn.to/2v36nHS BUG SCREEN: http://amzn.to/2hqQmIB ******** BEACH & WATER GEAR ******************************** BEACH TENT: http://amzn.to/2fbzgh6 DIVE MASK: http://amzn.to/2wphpGO DIVE FINS: http://amzn.to/2v2BjZ5 DRY BAGS: http://amzn.to/2vlYe4d WATERPROOF BLUETOOTH SPEAKER: http://amzn.to/2v0ld3N TAMBI'S RED BIKINI: http://tinyurl.com/yafvs5rb ******** ASK A QUESTION ************************************** https://goo.gl/forms/rBH6Gmhdl9f3Jojl2 ||| What do you want to know? Ask us anything and we'll answer your question in an upcoming Q&A segment.
Views: 9761 Sailboat Story
Stuff Breaks, We Fix It...Hooray Boats! (Sailing Panama)
 
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A trip to Panama City, saying goodbye to crew, monkeys and repairs in an exotic location...yes, this is life on a sailboat! Join our crew on Patreon and become a BIGGER part of the adventure: http://bit.ly/patreon-wynn Get all the Details of our trip here: http://gonewiththewynns.com/stuff-breaks-we-fix-it-hooray-boats Subscribe and Keep in touch: http://gonewiththewynns.com/join-us Why share all this crazy??? Because it's a huge part of sailing. Sure we could have easily made a nice video about snorkeling around the islands and our visit to Panama City, but that would be a huge disservice. Dust off your tool belt, put on your greasy clothes and grab your fanciest coffee mug...this is what real cruising is all about. Hope you enjoy. - Jason, Nikki, Cleo and Singa Enjoy our vids? Want to give us a virtual high-five? Treat us to an espresso? Or pitch in on a tank of fuel? Click over to our Tip Jar and see how (most of the ways won’t cost you a dime): http://gonewiththewynns.com/tip-jar Get our Up-To-Date camera, accessories, computers & editing gear list, along with our reviews & opinions on our site here: http://gonewiththewynns.com/best-travel-camera-video-photography Music: IKSON https://soundcloud.com/ikson https://www.patreon.com/ikson https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyB3YiRU9OXJgIkRi-Z3wEA If you wanna get social with us we're all over the place, hop in and join the adventure here: http://gonewiththewynns.com/join-us © Gone With the Wynns 2017
Views: 143402 Gone with the Wynns
Sailing The Bahamas - Drone Footage Ep. 54
 
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⚓ THANK YOU for watching our videos and for SUBSCRIBING to our YouTube channel! We are so happy to share our Epic Sailing Adventure with everyone and can't wait to show you what's next! We have LOVED reading your comments and being able to connect with people! ⚓ At this time we wish to keep all our content FREE for everyone to see, and welcome all supporters via Patreon or Paypal to our team! With your help we will be able to continue sharing our videos for everyone to enjoy! -PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/Sailingturtle26 -PAYPAL: https://paypal.me/pools/c/85PveSy6xY YOU CAN ALSO FIND US ON: -INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sailingturtle26/ -RANDALL'S BLOG: http://www.ericsonyachts.org/infoexchange/blog.php?6407 _____________________________________________________ 📸 CAMERA GEAR USED TO MAKE OUR VIDEOS ~Cannon 70D Camera: https://amzn.to/2KUUOwW ~Cannon 10-18mm & 50mm Lens: https://amzn.to/2m9X7yl ~Rode Mic & Windjammer: https://amzn.to/2m8b5R8 ~DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Drone: https://amzn.to/2zpCMOS ~G-Drive USB 3.0 6TB: https://amzn.to/2m38szT ~G-Drive with Thunderbolt 3TB: https://amzn.to/2N1G3G1 ~Final Cut Pro X Editing Software: https://amzn.to/2NF0Fov ______________________________________________________ MUSIC USED: "Tropical Cocktail" by: Musicalwave "Freedom" by: Tortex "Highlights" by: Nicolai Heidlas LINK: ~ https://www.hooksounds.com/royalty-free-music/tropical-cocktail/639181/ ~ https://www.hooksounds.com/royalty-free-music/freedom/582917/ ~ https://www.hooksounds.com/royalty-free-music/highlights/644918/ _____________________________________________________ JOURNAL ENTRY 3/27-28/17 THE BAHAMAS In our last video we arrived at Shroud Cay and shared a few of the food items that we have been eating so far on our trip. You can check that video out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSWCtDT2E0U The following morning we wanted to get some exercise and have a little bit of an adventure, so we took the dinghy around to the south end of Shroud Cay to the windward side. The beaches here on Shroud Cay have been some of the best we have found so far on our trip! The sand is clean, white and soft between our toes. After exploring a bit on the Island, we pulled up anchor and set sail for Highborne Cay. Highborne Cay is a great stop-over before leaving The Exumas and crossing the Yellow Bank towards Nassau. We had a fantastic day of sailing with perfect wind conditions keeping us at a steady speed. We love it when we are able to sail from Island to Island without the need of running the engine. We spent the night at Highborne Cay, anchored in just about the exact same spot as the last time we were there. The following morning we woke up and set sail across the Yellow Bank towards Nassau and are planning on anchoring for the night at Rose Island. Rose Island is located just a bit North-East of Nassau, and has fantastic anchorages on the Northern side of the island with great beaches. So far we have only anchored on the South side, but we will get to the Northern side here in the next couple of days after we pick up our friends in Nassau! Thanks for watching! Please SUBSCRIBE! =D ******************************************************** Affiliate links have been added to this description to help our viewers find products shown in our videos. “As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.” Thank you. ********************************************************
Views: 989 Sailing Turtle 26
Selling & Sailing | A General Update - #82
 
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Things aren't going as easily as we had hoped concerning the sale of our house. It's not really that big of a deal, aside from the fact that it's causing us to miss out on valuable cruising time. This video shares our current day-to-day living as well as sharing our future plans for sailing and cruising. Rest assured that we are anxious as HECK to get back out there. It's going to happen, and when it does, we'll be that much more free to roam as a result of the preparations we're making during our down time. Thanks for watching!! Ben, Tambi, & Molly | S/V Sandflea | "SAILBOATSTORY" ******* BECOME A PATRON ************************************ https://www.Patreon.com/SailboatStory ||| Pledge anything from $1 to $50 per video we create. This is the BEST way that you can help us continue making these videos. Consider signing up today! ******* SEND A PAYPAL DONATION **************************** https://www.paypal.me/sailboatstory ||| Use this link to send a 1-time Paypal donation. We'll certainly put the funds to good use to keep the cameras rolling and the adventure growing. ******* OUR AMAZON WISH LIST ******************************* http://a.co/3k62rhG ||| We're often asked if there's any gear that we need for the boat - well, here's our Wish List for boat gear. If you want to chip in and send us an item from the list, you can do so from this link. Items purchased from the list are automatically removed. ******* GET CONNECTED ************************************** https://www.facebook.com/SailboatStory ||| FACEBOOK https://twitter.com/SailboatStory ||| TWITTER https://www.instagram.com/Sailboatstory ||| INSTAGRAM ******* MANTUS MARINE ************************************** https://www.MantusMarine.com/ ||| This is the place to go when it's time to upgrade your anchor. Nothing beats the holding power of a Mantus anchor in a wide variety of bottom substrates. We went with the 45lb model. ******** ASK A QUESTION ************************************** https://goo.gl/forms/rBH6Gmhdl9f3Jojl2 ||| What do you want to know? Ask us anything and we'll answer your question in an upcoming Q&A segment.
Views: 12395 Sailboat Story
Duo dinghy built during the Port Townsend WBF 2014
 
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A 10ft Duo dinghy built in the Edensaw Boatbulding Challenge as part of the Wooden Boat Festival. The boat was started on Friday morning and is seen here being rowed on Sunday lunchtime. The other Duo is one we made a week earlier, also on its maiden voyage, but completed Total build time was 35 man hours. You can build your own from plans by Woods Designs www.sailingcatamarans.com
Views: 1291 Woods Designs
Island Hopping the Exumas - Sailing Doodles Episode 12
 
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The Exuma Islands in the Bahamas are some of the best cruising grounds in the world and we are happy to be island hopping them! We spend a few days at Higbourne Cay before moving down the chain to Warderick wells and the Exuma Land and sea park. Be sure and join us next week when we swim with the Staniel cay pigs and snorkel Thunderball grotto. This channel is funded by viewers like you. check out our patreon page to see how you can help... http://www.sailingdoodles.com http://www.patreon.com/sailingdoodles https://www.instagram.com/sailingdoodles https://www.facebook.com/sailingdoodles Things we would like to have... audio/video equipment better laptop (mine is a few years old and is hard to edit with) water maker wind generator slightly bigger outboard motor for the dinghy bigger boat so we can bring more people to be in the videos! Music by Where I am from - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena Believer - Silent Partner Lay it down - Silent Partner Not For Nothing - Otis McDonald Remembering her face - Silent Partner Sunday Plans - Silent Partner Mandeville - Kevin MacLeod
Views: 79655 Sailing Doodles
Bahamian Sloop Race
 
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Bahamian traditional sloop race at Little Farmers Cay, February 2011 C-Class . Anchor start. At flag from signal boat, crew hauls anchor in and raises sails. These shallow draft boats have wooden keels and rely on lead ballest and spry crews on pry boards to lever tall masts and long booms.
Views: 2601 jayheartsusa
The Ferrari of the Dinghy World (Sailing Nandji) Ep 94
 
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Completing passage and arriving to Sorong, Indonesia, we fix whats broke and collect a little something new! https://www.sailingnandji.com In this episode of Sailing Nandji, we complete the last leg of our passage from Jayapura to Sorong, Indonesia. After making our offering to Neptune, we were quickly beaten back into the Southern latitudes by a strong squall. The final 150nm of passage we were greeted with fisherman and the Navy... Arriving to Sorong with a few things broken it was a bitter sweet arrival as we had some very important items break on passage but we had arrived in time to collect a new toy for Nandji! We are a young couple with a dog, who with no sailing experience, bought a yacht, got it blue water cruising ready and set off sailing around the Pacific! We just arrived to Indonesia after cruising the Pacific islands. We departed Australia 12 months ago and have since explored some amazing countries, met some amazing people and experienced cultures, dived pristine reefs, surfed solo in the middle of no where, spent weeks at sea, dealt with storms, big waves, strong winds and had the time of our life doing it! The adventure is just beginning as we sail West with the trades! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL. https://www.youtube.com/c/frothlyfesailingnandji CLICK THE BELL to know when NEW Nandji videos are up! If you feel like you are getting something out of our videos, please consider becoming a Patron to keep the channel alive. You get access to the Patron only treasure chest on our website with weekly feature videos, photos, extra info and the captains detailed sailing log. http://www.patreon.com/Nandji Check out our other social media and follow along: https://www.instagram.com/sailing_nandji https://www.facebook.com/sailingnandji https://twitter.com/BHerewane Marley's on Instagram! @SaltydogMarley Check out the Nandji store and grab yourself some Sailing Nandji Merch! New designs out now! https://sailingnandji-shop.com To contribute to the never ending boat issues and help to keep Nandji floating and sailing the old girl further around the world, you can help us out here https://www.paypal.me/SailingNandji Cheers legends! Thanks for watching Sailing Nandji, if you liked our video please subscribe to our channel. Help us reach 100k followers and spread the Nandji love!!! Click below to go to the Sailing Nandji home page! https://www.youtube.com/c/frothlyfesailingnandji If you enjoyed viewing episode 94 of Sailing Nandji - the Ferrari of the Dingy World. Click the link below and view it again! Yew! https://youtu.be/XvXMmOt7DnU
1 step aHEAD, 2 steps back— Sailing Uma [Step 128]
 
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After several weeks of planning, we were ready to get the materials we needed and start the construction phase. The Just cats team gave us the keys to the candy store and it was time to get down to business. Although, as we all know, sometimes, not everything go according to plan. If you enjoyed this episode, please give it thumbs up, it helps us out a bunch :) [ CAMERA GEAR ] Main Camera: https://amzn.to/2KRLgPA Main Lens: https://amzn.to/2IIvcmH B-roll Lens: https://amzn.to/2IH2S44 Mic: https://amzn.to/2Ls9Yr5 Secondary Camera: https://amzn.to/2GMs6YX [ WANT MORE ? ] Visit http://www.patreon.com/sailinguma Become a patron to get instant access to The Vault, where we keep our most precious treasures (behind the scenes, bloopers, albums, and more...) [ FOLLOW US ] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sailinguma Instagram: @SailingUma Our website: http://www.sailinguma.com [ FEATURED ] GO SUN http://www.gosunstove.com (use promo code "SailingUma" for $25 off) [ MUSIC ] Epidemic sound music
Views: 57163 Sailing Uma
Snow on the boat, electrical fire, and refit plans
 
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We did not buy a catamaran to have 6 inches of snow on it! We got hit by the largest snow storm Charleston SC had ever seen according to locals. A few days after the snow melted off we had a small electrical fire which melted down our shore power connection and we show your some of our plans for what we're wanting to do to the boat during the refit. WANT A SHIRT? GET THEM HERE: https://www.bonfire.com/jessica-and-ryan-honu-logo/ ------------------------------------------------- Support us on Patreon?! We provide more updates and access to our tracking site so you can see where we are in the world right now!: http://bit.ly/jandr-patreon ------------------------------------------------- Free floorplan tool: http://bit.ly/floorplantool Our Instagram: @jessicaandryanadventures Arya's Instagram: @arya.samoyed Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaandryanadventures Feel free to send us any questions to: jessicaandryanadventures@gmail.com
JACK HOLT BUMBLEBEE OPTIMIST LIKE CHILDRENS DINGHY FOR SALE
 
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Jack Holt was responsible for so many of the iconic dinghy designs of the 50's, 60's and 70's but not many people have ever heard of his Bumblebee design. Aimed at children yet big enough for mum and dad to get into as well, they make a great introduction to the wonderful world of sailing. And having done its job, Bummble, Elizabeths Bumblebee is now up for sale so if you live in England, dont mind a drive to the south east corner and have children or grand children that you think will enjoy it then check out our Ebay advert... its got to go! You can see it sailing at last years Wilsonians Cadet week here. https://youtu.be/oYi2boP8XNQ And the year before here https://youtu.be/SrQ2sJLDd1Q And this was Izzys first sail in it in 2015 https://youtu.be/KxPrv7p8F4M If you are interested in buying her check out our Ebay auction here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/302325393494? Music from http://www.purple-planet.com/
10ft Duo sailing dinghy built by Peter Russell on it's maiden sail
 
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A 10ft 2 sheet plywood Duo dinghy on its maiden sail on the river Orwell, Suffolk. Built and sailed by 14year old Peter Russell. You can build this dinghy yourself from plans by Woods Designs See more videos on the Woods Designs channel, or here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs/1-beach-cats-and-dinghies-/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy
Views: 1834 Woods Designs
How to build a small boat : Small Boat Plans
 
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http://tinyurl.com/smallboatplan | Just follow these simple boat blueprints Learn how to build a small boat with step by step instructions with videos. With these small boat plans you can be on the water in no time, not to mention the satisfaction and pride you will have building your own boat at home. There are over 500 boat plans to choose from with all easy to follow instructions to guide you through every step of the way. DIY boat building with the proper boat blueprints will bring your dream to reality http://tinyurl.com/smallboatplan
Views: 147 TroubleFreeSystems
SailAway 30 | Every Sailboat Needs a Friend...New Dinghy! | Sailboat Living Sailing Vlog
 
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Loren's DARK DINGHY SECRET, new tender complications, and our MARINA TOUR! In this episode of sailboat living with SailWay, we prepare for our upcoming sailing trip to the Bahamas by buying a new, to us, dinghy. Unfortunately it doesn't go as smoothly as we would like, with a motor that wont stay running and at least one hole its not all smooth sailing, but thats living on a sailboat for you. Also we give you a brief look at our new marina home. Oh yeah, and Loren divulges her dark past of dinghy driving! Thanks for watching SailAway, the travel documentary of an adventurous sailing couple, plus toddler and dog, sailing the world! [JOIN OUR CREW] Appreciate our videos? Then join our crew as a Patreon Patron and get FREE SailAway GEAR plus other perks, all while helping us strive to be one of the best sailing youtube channels! - https://www.patreon.com/sailawayvlog or SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL FOR FREE on AMAZON! Just use the link below any time you shop on Amazon and they toss a little coin our way! That could add up to a beer for us, Cheezits for Rivers, some treats for Zeke… If you shop Amazon often, leave it open as a tab! https://www.amazon.com/?tag=sailawayvlog-20 [CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sailawayvlog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sailawayvlog Twitter: https://twitter.com/sailawayvlog Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sailawayvlog [OUR WEBSITE] Crew bios, gear, email list, merchandise, our BLOG (diving in to the deeper details of our life on the water), plus much more! https://www.sailawayvlog.com [ERIC’S AUDIOBOOKS AND MUSIC] Eric's audiobooks on Audible: https://www.audible.com/search?keywords=eric%20dove&ref=a_home_t1_hdrSrc Eric’s music on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/author/eric-dove/id218144440 SPECIAL THANKS to our partner, Precision Sails! - http://www.precisionsailloft.com Thanks to Benjah of Lovd Ones! “Sail Away”: https://youtu.be/B6P4UNLHZKU https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sail-away-feat-leilani-wolfgramm/893767315?i=893767362 [TUNES IN THIS EPISODE] "Before It Begins" By Compass & Cavern "Halation" By Evolv "The Bridge" By Ziv Moran "Same Old House" By Compass & Cavern
Views: 812 SailAway
Wild Weekend - Fast Fireball Sailing
 
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Inside AUS 14782. Fast Boat. Could be you! World Fireball Championships to be held in WA, Australia 2011/12 and the Bahamas April 2009/10. Start practicing! http://www.fireballsa.yachting.org.au/ The Fireball is a high performance two-person dinghy that offers exciting sailing, intense competition and a great social life off the water. The Fireball hull and plans are strictly one design. Class rules allow you to vary the position and design of equipment to suit your own weight and style of sailing. The Fireball is an international class with fleets in every region of the world. The association conducts annual World, Continental, National and State Championships. Fireballs are a delight to sail in strong winds. The weight and strength of the crew is not as important as the tuning of the boat. If capsized, the boat can easily be righted and can be sailed without bailing. The trapeze and sail handling require skill rather than strength. The thrills of trapeze and spinnakers are hard to match in any type of sailboat.
Views: 31418 Joel Coultas
How to Build a Solo Skiff: DIY Boat Building!
 
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https://tinyurl.com/y7qmy8jw - Get the Details Here! How to Build a Sailboat Tiller How to Build a Fiberglass Boat Hatch How to Build a Fiberglass Boat Center Console How to Build a Solo Skiff How to Build a Dinghy Derby Boat How to Build a Paddlewheel Boat How to Build an Iceboat How to Build a Houseboat on Pontoons Cedar Strip Canoe Plans Freighter Canoe Plans Nesting Dinghy Plans How to Make a Kayak Duck Blind Clinker Boat Construction Technique Guide How to Rebuild a Boat Transom How to Repair a Canoe Seat How to Repair Kayak Scratches How to Build a Casting Deck on a Jon Boat How to Build a Duck Blind on a Jon Boat Building a Shellback Dinghy Guide DIY Dory Boat Plans
Views: 165 aponteco townsel
Duo sailing in Hopetown Bahamas
 
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Another video showing me sailing my 10ft Duo dinghy in Hopetown Harbour. We built it in two days using two sheets of plywood. Duo can be rowed, sailed or motored and is our "harbour commuter" for our Skoota 28 powercat. So we use it daily for shopping/laundry/snorkelling etc. It comfortably takes two, plus shopping. 3 at a pinch You can build it yourself from comprehensive plans. See more here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs-2/46-beach-cats-and-dinghies/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy (no audio in this video)
Views: 578 Woods Designs
Drug Smuggling Ruins! - Berry Islands Bahamas (Shaun & Julia Sailing Ep. 320)
 
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Order our book! http://www.shaunsailing.com/store/ We discover the ruins of an old drug operation on Cistern Cay, and snorkel a drug plane wreck carrying tons of marijuana! Thank you so much to our Patreon supporters who have made this journey possible! Patreon ☆ https://www.patreon.com/ShaunSailing Website ☆ http://www.shaunsailing.com/ Facebook ☆ https://www.facebook.com/ShaunSailing/ Store ☆ http://www.shaunsailing.com/store Julia's Graphic Design Studio ☆ http://www.vervedesigns.ca/ ----------------------------------------------- Music: Sam Maher https://www.facebook.com/sammahermusic/ OUR SPONSORSHIP: --------------------------------- SailTimer Wind Instrument™: Advanced features, low price. http://www.SailTimerWind.com/ShaunAndJulia The SailTimer Wind Instrument™ is a wireless, solar-powered masthead anemometer. It works with lots of navigation and charting apps. You can raise it from deck level if your boat is in the water, and it has lots of other cool innovations too. For example, this is the first masthead wind sensor designed for sailboats; the blades work like a cup anemometer when upright, and turn into a propeller to maintain equal accuracy when sailing along heeled over. Check out the web site to see how — and get a discount while supporting our sponsor.
Views: 30245 Shaun & Julia Sailing
PocketShip - Chesapeake Light Craft's Pocket Cruiser
 
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Design and construction of Chesapeake Light Craft's "PocketShip," designed by John C. Harris. This is a 15-foot gaff-rigged sloop with accommodations for two. Build this boat from a kit or plans! PocketShip uses the stitch-and-glue method and has a keel-centerboard arrangement. Dimensions are 14'10" LOD, 6'2" beam, 16" draft (board up), sail area 148sqft, 800lbs w/o crew including 270lbs ballast. PocketShip's webpage is http://www.clcboats.com/pocketship To see sailing video, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcM4XrwDsXQ
Views: 86983 Chesapeake Light Craft
Expensive DIY mistake $$$
 
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We wrap up our time on the hard in St Augustine Florida and do our first night sail down to West Palm Beach where we promptly find a problem with our saildrives (the thing the propellor attaches too) and have to get hauled right back out again.... Support us on Patreon?!: http://bit.ly/jandr-patreon Free floorplan tool: http://bit.ly/floorplantool Our Instagram: @jessicaandryanadventures Arya's Instagram: @arya.samoyed Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaandryanadventures Feel free to send us any questions to: jessicaandryanadventures@gmail.com (link is an amazon affiliate link and we get a small commission from the brand if you buy it or other thing linking from it. It does not raise prices for you or cost extra")
BUILDING A BOAT IN MEXICO: PART 2 OF 3
 
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In a tiny Mexican town, we work against all odds to successfully build a stitch and glue nesting dinghy, the Fishbote 11 by Bateau Boats. As novices, we learn quite a bit about resin and fiberglass as our dinghy comes together. Being in a remote location, we have to do a bit of searching for suitable materials, improvising when we can’t find what we need and struggling with a less than ideal workspace and conditions. However, in the end, it all comes together. This is the second of a three-part series. In this installment, we learn to work with polyester resin as we fillet the seams of the boat, then comes the dirty job of sanding, grinding and cleaning it up. ________________ We hope you enjoy our videos and adventures. To help us continue making these videos and sailing with a purpose, you can Join the Journey here: PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/AdventureAdrift CROWDFUNDING: http://adventureadrift.com/join-the-journey/ ________________ To see more of our adventures, check out: http://adventureadrift.com http://facebook.com/adventureadrift http://www.instagram.com/adventureadrift http://twitter.com/advtradrift ________________ This video was filmed with: Panasonic G7 Mirrorless Camera http://amzn.to/2dv8xat GoPro Hero 4 http://amzn.to/2d55rfe GoPro Session http://amzn.to/2dfdAux Rode Video Mic Pro http://amzn.to/2dnvBvR Zoom H1 Mic http://amzn.to/2dmOQp7 DJI Mavic Pro http://amzn.to/2mf49m8 ________________ MUSIC Sunny - Bensound www.bensound.com Pyro Flow - Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/ ________________ Footage from February 2017 ________________
Views: 8464 Adventure Adrift
He Is Building a DIY Electric Sailboat!! - Walde Sailing ep.46 (Vancouver Island)
 
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We leave the beautiful Wallace Island and set off to visit our friend, Simon, on Gabriola Island and help him out on his project of building an electric sailboat! Check out Simon's channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/shelbyandsimon ------- Become Part of the Adventure ------- https://www.patreon.com/waldesailing ------- FACEBOOK ------- https://www.facebook.com/waldesailing/ ------- INSTAGRAM ------- Lyndon - @factorycustomfab Tiffany - @tiffanywalde ------- GET IN TOUCH ------- waldesailing@gmail.com ------- MUSIC ------- Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
Views: 7807 Walde Sailing
Duo dinghy rowing with inflatable collars fitted
 
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Rowing the Duo dinghy with inflatable collars fitted (although it is still missing the bow ones). These collars act as fenders when coming alongside, buoyancy in case of flooding and add extra stability as the boat heels. I was surprised how much extra stability they give. I did not try to push it to the maximum, but I will later in the year, right now the water is too cold! EDIT: I now have fitted a single longer fender on each side. In September I will be fitting "dinghy dogs", a purpose made collar I am rowing at 4 knots on my gps, which is hull speed, so about the maximum possible Duo is also a sailing boat, the next video I post will be of it sailing. You can build this boat from two sheets of plywood using plans from Woods Designs. see more at www.sailingcatamarans.com
Views: 3842 Woods Designs
another Zest dinghy sailing clip
 
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here is another very short clip of the 14ft plywood Zest dinghy that we built in 2 days. Seen here on Sunday lunchtime, it was sheets of plywood on Friday morning. Build your own using plans from Woods Designs http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs/1-beach-cats-and-dinghies-/436-zest
Views: 1575 Woods Designs
CVP - Scratch Build IOM Class "Fighter" by Giorgos Manos
 
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This is a scratchbuild IOM Class Sailboat made by my friend Giorgos Manos. More information about this model see here: http://www.gmanos.gr/fighter_i___ii.html Check his site with other constructions: http://www.gmanos.gr/index.html See also one more sailboat from Giorgos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4kByROFGVU I hope you like this video. Don't forget if you like what you see just comment, click the Like Button and subscribe to see more new videos!! It's FREE !! You can also visit my Facebook Page for lots of photos with RC: https://www.facebook.com/CatamanVideoProduction Check out my Youtube Network Partners: https://www.youtube.com/user/DigitalMindsGreece Thank you. Cataman Kosmas.
How I made a DIY Sailing Rig for our Tender | ⛵ Sailing Britaly ⛵
 
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In this video I show you the cheap DIY sailing rig I made for our tender, and talk you through exactly how I made it. Timings for your convenience: 00:00 Introduction 01:23 Planning the build and material selection 03:10 Mast 03:44 Mast splice 05:25 Mast hardware 07:14 'Copper Stoppers' (DIY Clamcleats) 10:49 Boom, gooseneck and hardware 12:19 Sprit and hardware 13:28 Kick up leeboard and simple mounting method 16:29 Kick up rudder 17:54 Tiller (made from an axe handle) 18:22 'Quick Release' rudder mounting system 20:20 Sails (Optimist and homemade polytarp storm sail) Want to know how we built our homemade folding tender? (an 8 foot boat which folds down to 4 inches wide, rows, sails and planes with an outboard engine!) Watch this video: https://youtu.be/g4sD0ownveI Link to 6082 Aluminium Technical Datasheet: https://www.smithmetal.com/pdf/aluminium/6xxx/6082.pdf ⛵ Sailing Britaly ⛵ brings you the sailing shenanigans of Chris (British), Rossella (Italian), and baby Emma (Britalian) as we sail our 1992 Bavaria 350. We make sailing vlogs of our cruising adventures and share any tips and tricks we can along the way. After all, sailors are one big family! Subscribe to see more of our videos! (It's FREE) http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UC64BFQulaAIl1xWG4DJlQ8A If you appreciate us taking the time to make these videos then join our Patreon Crew! For as little as $1 per month you can get exclusive Patron-only benefits and help us make more videos for you. Click here to find out moret: http://patreon.com/sailingbritaly More Sailing Britaly here: Instagram: http://instagram.com/sailingbritaly Twitter: http://twitter.com/sailingbritaly Facebook: http://facebook.com/sailingbritaly Fair winds! 👍 Chris, Rossella and Emma -------------------- 'Sailing Britaly' is a Helvellyn Ltd brand. Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Helvellyn Ltd, we cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Helvellyn Ltd assumes no liability for property damage, injury or death incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Helvellyn Ltd. recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, open flames, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Helvellyn Ltd, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Helvellyn Ltd. Disclosure: any links in this description may be affiliate links. If you decide to buy some items from them, Helvellyn Ltd may receive a small percentage compensation for having suggested the suppliers to you. (This costs you nothing) Helvellyn Ltd only recommends suppliers and products which we believe in, so there is never any conflict of interest. p.s. Check out our Sailing Tips here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_iyMbUuKBT57uW0zNXoP1hW15yGeQPGJ p.p.s. Check out our Sailing Adventures! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq5lC_ZyHHQ&list=PL_iyMbUuKBT6_3Tlf2b4OtvEB4ooHV9GH #DIY #homemade #sailing #tender #rig
Views: 4415 Sailing Britaly
Ariki 48 Bazinga! | Clear For Action
 
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Bazinga! has been prepped for a maiden voyage in the Bahamas. BoatSmith reviews finalized Ariki design features. Subscribe and stay tuned for sailing videos! Call David Halladay at BoatSmith 561.632.BOAT for more details. NB: It was a windy day. Apologies for any inconvenience in the wind song caught by the camera microphone.
Views: 28782 BoatSmith
PREPARING TO SAIL TO ALASKA VIA JAPAN - SAILING FOLLOWBOAT Q&A 30
 
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We are planning to sail 7500 miles from Thailand to Alaska via Japan, and we have a whole lot of work to do! How to heat a boat. There are various options, diesel vs hot-air? Hot-air heaters are efficient and good at the job, but do they use too much power? We're committed to a Dickinson heater, but should we also istall an Espar or Webasto? Our Airmar triducer has kicked the bucket. Is there an alternative, how about a fish finder instead? ❤️ Fancy spreading some love? Join our crew and become a FOLLOWTHEBOAT MATE! It'll cost you less than the price of a coffee... ☕ http://followtheboat.com/THANKS/ In this video we answer some of the comments and questions we receive from viewers on Patreon and YouTube. And here we also let you know the latest on Millie's brush with rabies and answer your concerns about letting her off the boat. 🙏 FOLLOWTHEBOAT ON PATREON https://www.patreon.com/followtheboat Without your encouragement we would not be producing regular videos or be able to continue to push and stretch our imaginations, both in terms of creativity and sailing to new destinations Thanks for watching and for coming along for the ride. If becoming an official FOLLOWTHEBOAT MATE doesn't float your boat, you can still help us by SUBSCRIBING, COMMENTING, LIKING and SHARING this video. Peace and fair winds 🐈 TABCAT https://www.tabcat.com/shop/ 🍁 LIFE IS LIKE SAILING https://www.youtube.com/user/bcsailor2003 ✍️ FOLLOWTHEBOAT BLOG! https://followtheboat.com/contact/ 🛒 FOLLOWTHEBOAT SHOP https://followtheboat.com/shop 📚 FOLLOWTHEBOAT E-BOOKS: 1. HOW TO BECOME A LIVEABOARD CRUISER! 2. HOW TO BUY A BOAT! https://followtheboat.com/product-category/publications --- 🔗 USEFUL VIDEO LINKS: ⛵ HOW TO BUY A BOAT: http://bit.ly/FTBQandA22 ⛵ HOW TO BE A LIVEABOARD CRUISER: http://bit.ly/FTBQandA21 ⛵ 5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A BOAT: http://bit.ly/FTBQandA25 ⛵ 5 REASONS NOT TO BUY A BOAT: http://bit.ly/FTBQandA23 --- LET'S CONNECT! 📷 INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/followtheboat 👯 FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/followtheboat 📱 TWITTER https://twitter.com/followtheboat 🌎 FTB WEBSITE http://www.followtheboat.com 📧 JOIN OUR MAILING LIST: http://bit.ly/GET_EMAILS --- 🎵 FOLLOWTHEBOAT MUSIC: All our music is copyrighted and available to purchase through Epidemic Sound: https://player.epidemicsound.com/ --- 📷 FOLLOWTHEBOAT GEAR: ▶ Check out my gear on Kit: https://kit.com/followtheboat 👩‍💻 EDITING SOFTWARE Adobe Premiere Pro CC http://amzn.to/2rfrkQ8ons --- 🛳️ FOLLOW OUR MOVES WITH MMSI/AIS http://www.marinetraffic.com https://www.vesseltracker.com MMSI number: 235026188
Views: 11826 Sailing followtheboat
Strike 18 overtaking Windrider 17.wmv
 
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Strike 18 trimaran by Woods Designs overtaking a Windrider 17 trimaran at the Lake Havasu HPCC Feb 2012. You can build this boat yourself in plywood from plans by Woods Designs. I also have a smaller Strike 18 and a more performance oriented Strike 15. As well as dozens of other multihull designs, both power and sail, that you can build. Check out my website www.sailingcatamarans.com for more
Views: 10553 Woods Designs
having fun on a Bee rowing boat.wmv
 
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Rowing boats are not always rowed! A family having fun on a 5m (16ft) homebuilt plywood rowing boat Bee. Build your own from plans by Woods Designs. This boat was 18 years old when the video was taken www.sailingcatamarans.com I also have a range of other dinghies and multihull designs, both power and sail from 14-45ft that you can build yourself from plans
Views: 3880 Woods Designs
ocean pointer
 
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part one
Views: 1206 David Bagley
Sail Mermaid S1 E08 - We finally bought a boat!!
 
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In this weeks episode we are finally buying a boat! First we enjoy crabs with Eddy and his wife Hilde at their summer house outside of Oslo before we fly to Barcelona, get a rental car and drive to Valencia. There we are looking at a Dufour 455 Grand Large named Windbreaker from Bergen which is about to become Mermaid of Oslo. We go for a test sail and sign the contract! We had backup plans to see more boats, but we skipped these plans and spent a lovely day on the beach of Peniscola (funny name) on our way back before we end up on the lovely B-Hotel in Barcelona with a rooftop pool! Please give the video a thumbs up if you like it, and don't forget to leave a comment too. I love to read your comments! And, needless to say I guess, hit that subscribe button if you haven't already! :) If you would like to support my productions you may want to head over to my Patreon page and see what extras I offer https://www.patreon.com/Sailmermaid http://www.sailmermaid.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/symermaid/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/SailMermaid Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/sailmermaid/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sail_mermaid Youtube: https://youtube.com/c/SailMermaid Soundtracks: "Sail Mermaid" Written and performed by Jemma Louise All others delivered by www.epidemicsound.com
Views: 18740 Sail Mermaid
The Islands of Ulysses - Tranquilo Sailing Around the World Ep.17
 
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In our continuing adventures sailing around the world, we sail to the islands of the mythical legend Ulysses - Lefkada and the charming town of Sivota, Meganisi, and his home island of Ithaca (and the not-to-be-missed beautiful town of Kioni) - immersing ourselves in the chilled Greek island life. - - Music acknowledgements - - Intro: Almost Famous Band - Mas que nada (Cover) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to our YouTube channel if you would like to follow our adventures sailing around the world. Visit our website for more information about our trip and our yacht: http://www.tranquilo.me Check out our latest sailing trip photos on Instagram and Facebook: Instagram: @sailing_tranquilo (http://instagram.com/sailing_tranquilo) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tranquilo.me If you would like to become a Patron and support us, please do so at www.patreon.com/SailingTranquilo
Views: 10208 Sailing Tranquilo
4 Men 1 Dinghy
 
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Views: 109 Michael Page
Portland Pudgy with a Yamaha 2.5HP Outboard (Episode 6)
 
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We recently purchased a Portland Pudgy after many months of researching dinghy's. We bought a Yamaha 2.5HP outboard with the boat and the motor is the max the boat can handle. The boat will not plane but does move relatively fast. We will not win any races with the motor. We mostly bought the boat for the stability and good rowing ability. http://www.sailinghound.com Our transition from working, owning a home and trying to enjoy life to living our dream of sailing the world. We moved on board our sailboat 1968 Tartan 34C in 2016 and set sail shortly afterwards. We began our trip down the ICW to the Bahamas where we plan on island hopping and see where the wind takes us.
Views: 13862 The Sailing Hound
Duo First Row Easter 2014
 
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10ft Duo plywood rowing/sailing dinghy on its maiden row. The boat is unfinished, only primer paint and it is missing the inflatable collar that is an integral part of the design. We borrowed the overlong oars, which made it awkward to row Weight is under 50lbs. It is made from 2 sheets of plywood in about 30 hours. A nesting version is available. See more here http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/designs/1-beach-cats-and-dinghies-/420-duo-10ft-sailrow-dinghy
Views: 2789 Woods Designs
The 2015 Small Reach Regatta
 
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In the summer of 2006, six boats gathered on Eggemoggin Reach for the first Small Reach Regatta. In 2015, 45 boats rowed and sailed the waters of Blue Hill Bay in the tenth Small Reach Regatta, enjoying three wonderful days on the water. The event has become the highlight of the summer for these people with camping, music, great food, and catching up with friends. To learn more, go to http://www.smallreachregatta.org. A number of the boats appearing in the video are described below. Most of the participating boats were made of wood. Many of the designs have been covered in the pages of WoodenBoat magazine, or reviewed in our annual Small Boats publication. If you’d like to learn more about any of these boats, back issues of both magazines are available from The WoodenBoat Store, WoodenBoat: http://www.woodenboatstore.com/category/woodenboat_magazines?r=WBPubVids, and Small Boats: http://www.woodenboatstore.com/category/small_boats?r=WBPubVids. Coquina was designed by Nathanael Herreshoff for his personal use. Maynard Bray extolled her virtues in his article in WoodenBoat No. 187, pp.76-83, and reviewed her performance in Small Boats 2010. He considered her a boat worth replicating, and he and Boatbuilder Doug Hylan did just that. They now offer Coquina plans for sale at http://www.dhylanboats.com. Mike O’Brien has high praise for Don Kurylko’s Myst in his design review in WoodenBoat No. 181, pp. 88-89. Plans are available from Kurylko’s website, http://www.dhkurylko-yachtdesign.com. Geoff Kerr reviewed Myst in Small Boats 2012. New Zealand yacht designer John Welsford describes his Pathfinder design as a “serious cruising dinghy.” It has wide sidedecks, an ample cockpit, and plenty of storage. You can find out more about Pathfinder in a review by Steve Earley in Small Boats 2009. In WoodenBoat No. 217, pp 74-79, Tom Pamperin has good things to say about the Pathfinder in his article on the Texas 200. Beach cruisers are very popular, and most of the boats participating in the Small Reach Regatta might be described as such. As Mike O’Brien wrote in WoodenBoat No. 127, pp. 38-43, “Beach cruising offers freedom, privacy, spontaneity, and intimacy with nature.” He compared several beach cruisers in that article, including Phil Bolger’s Owlet, Jay Benford’s Cat-ketch, Reuel Parker’s Microcruiser 18, and Joel White’s Shearwater. O’Brien also reviewed the Shearwater in Small Boats 2008. Geoff Kerr’s article in WoodenBoat No. 213, pp 44-51, on Iain Oughtred’s Double-Enders offers a review and comparison of several of his designs popular with SRR sailors. Plans for the Caledonia Yawl, Whilly Tern, Tirrik, Arctic Tern, and Ness Yawl, appear in that article. In WoodenBoat Nos. 183 to 185, Kerr explains all the steps of construction with plans and plenty of pictures. The Ness Yawl, Caledonia Yawl, and Sooty Tern are similar in length, but differ somewhat in breadth and performance. You will find a review by Kathy Mansfield of the Ness Yawl in Small Boats 2007. The WoodenBoat Store carries plans for many Oughtred designs. Ilur is one of several daysailers and pocket cruisers designed by Francois Vivier of Pornichet, France. In WoodenBoat No. 212, pp.44-51, Jean-Yves Poirier explores Vivier’s work. You can also find out more about his designs and order plans from http://www.vivierboats.com. Paul Labrie is a longtime participant of the Small Reach Regatta. He rows on all of the daily excursions. He designed his peapod to be light and easy to row for long distances. When Tom Jackson built his 17’8”Nomans Land Boat FAR AND AWAY, he started with lines drawn by Howard Chapelle that were taken from an 1882 half-model by James Beetle. The Smithsonian Institution holds a lines plan of the boat, but no construction details or sail plan. Jackson explores his development of his sail plan in WoodenBoat No. 202, pp 54-61. He also reviewed the boat in Small Boats 2012. Lines plans are available from the Smithsonian Institution, http://americanhistory.si.edu/about/departments/work-and-industry/ship-plans. The Melonseed skiff developed from a gunning boat and is similar to the Sneakbox. A picture of one appears in Howard Chapelle’s American Small Sailing Craft. Rob Thompson’s article in WoodenBoat No. 180, pp. 50-58, include notes on the history and construction of these boats, along with several sources for plans. Small Boats 2008 includes a review of the Melonseed written by Mike O’Brien. The WoodenBoat Store carries a set of plans drawn by Marc Barto and based on Chapelle’s lines, http://www.woodenboatstore.com/category/plans_-_boatbuilding?r=WBPubVids. Clint Chase is a small-boat designer who sailed his Goat Island skiff, a Michael Storer design and the very first boat seen in this video. Chase designed the DeBlois Street dory, and two of them sailed in this year’s regatta. You can find more about his designs at http://clintchaseboatbuilder.blogspot.com.
Views: 25542 WoodenBoat
Ninja Conch in Eleuthera! (Shaun & Julia Sailing Ep. 324)
 
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Order our book! http://www.shaunsailing.com/store/ We sail into Governor's Harbour in Eleuthera, Bahamas where we explore the waterfront and re-evaluate our fishing gear! Thank you so much to our Patreon supporters who have made this journey possible! Patreon ☆ https://www.patreon.com/ShaunSailing Website ☆ http://www.shaunsailing.com/ Facebook ☆ https://www.facebook.com/ShaunSailing/ Store ☆ http://www.shaunsailing.com/store Julia's Graphic Design Studio ☆ http://www.vervedesigns.ca/ ----------------------------------------------- Music: Yatao https://www.yataomusic.com/
Views: 23710 Shaun & Julia Sailing