Last week Jill and I spent a few days on the boat. It was a chance to enjoy the weather, do some sailing and run in the outboard. You are supposed to spend a lot of time on tickover and low revs for the first three hours or so
I only get about 12 seconds of video before it ends…think there is a problem there.
try again Steve – seems to work at this end
The outboard doesn’t sound too bad, it’s no ring tone but not a sewing machine either.
I think your camera has a sort of beauty chip; Wells looks so good through your lens.
I got very excited half way through watching as you have a shot of my boat, on KTL! I am so proud, then it fades to black and it resumes with you trying to gull wing in the light breeze down the run.
Is the last shot your arrival at Blakeney or did you just stay in Wells harbour?
Good to see you back in the water, and good luck up north.
Great stuff Dylan, but I think you need to invest in a whisker pole
I have a ghoster for long downwind sails
for short ones you might just as well roll it away
That was lovely, the red sails and the setting sun it doesnt get any better than that. Have you thought about a cover for the outboard when you are filming. It should still run fine, I have seen it done down here on river boats.
Aww Dylan, you look like a happy little boy playing with your new toys on Crissy morning. :-) So I’m guessing your going to get a move on soon. Whats the plan for the rest of the year?, R U gunna do Winter on the water this year?
A very pretty boat, so clean and lively. Nice to see you waterborn again. What happened to Ray? Can’t conceive of going without him on my rig.
it has been a long wait. I agree about a tiller-pilot. Ray is all wired up and ready to roll
Try wrapping the powerhead with 2 inch foam with a bunjie cord You may be pleasantly surprised
Like a giant tea cozy – might try it