KTL 205 film across the Wash from Wells to Wisbech

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  1. 20 September, 2011 at 4:17 pmChuck Yahrling - O'Day 20 in Searsport, Maine US says:

    Penny sure has a look I could get used to: auburn hair and green eyes, my favorite! Hope you get to the Humber as I have a great fascination for the area based on readings. Never relaunched after the hurricane, and it’s cooling off fast in Maine, so my season is over. Just enough time left to finish staining the east side clapboards and build a wood pile for the winter. I think it’s going to be a tough one over here.

    Always interesting to plan a tricky passage, and such a feeling of accomplishment when you carry it off, eh? all the best to you….

  2. 20 September, 2011 at 8:27 pmralph says:

    Ahh Chuck, further north than myself. I would like to have another 2 months before I end the season. My Cal21 washed off it’s mooring by another boat and a large log in the Rondout Creek. Ended up about five miles south on the Hudson. But miraculously saved and now in my back yard with minimum damage. Was funny to hear Dylan talk about Irene. But who the hell is Penny?

  3. 20 September, 2011 at 8:37 pmDylan Winter says:

    we often get your cast off storms – they arrive here a week or more after you guys have finished with them. The upside is that the sun is often shining here when you are going through hell. Penny is the violin player in Pennyless – have a look at their website for more pix and samples of their work. http://www.pennyless-music.co.uk. Always been a sucker for a woman with a violin.

  4. 20 September, 2011 at 10:26 pmBob the Boat says:

    That bar would have been a bit unnerving especially when you are on your own and of course the video makes it look a lot better than it was at the time, bet you had a stiff drink when you got in. You should give the engine a hug as well.
    Well done

  5. 21 September, 2011 at 6:19 amPaul Mullings says:

    And a very fine looking one to boot Dylan ;-)

  6. 22 September, 2011 at 3:44 ambobflower says:

    Enjoyed this very much. I had a Honda just like yours and found it to be too loud. I traded it in on a Suzuki http://www.newsuzukioutboards.com/Suzuki-2.5-hp-DF2.5S.html

    Much less noise and burns less gas. Just thought I would give your readers an alternative. Thanks so much for bringing your travels to the masses all over the world. My son in law from “Blackheath” England (near Greenwich) also likes to travel with you in your films. Keep the films coming.

    Bob Wilkins
    “Ocean Rose” Kadey Krogen 44

  7. 22 September, 2011 at 4:40 pm[email protected] says:

    Ditch crawling is alright for a while, but nice to see you back at sea.

  8. 22 September, 2011 at 11:35 pmSails149 says:

    I wish you would put just the pirate festival up on its own
    i just sent a bunch of folks links to it and it dissapeared
    i’m sure they all said “What’s he talking about”
    Oh well
    great trip though.

  9. 23 September, 2011 at 7:10 amDylan Winter says:

    thanks W,

    the pirates alone are on the end of scuttlebutt


  10. 23 September, 2011 at 5:04 pmWolfgang Bechstein says:

    Hey Dylan,

    don’t know whether you noticed, but you turned RIGHT this time!

    Well, I guess the arrrr’s and the belly dance make it alright…

    But don’t lose yarrr way, mate!

    (riding a 21-foot tub in Asian waters)

  11. 23 September, 2011 at 9:34 pmApplescruffs says:

    Wells, wonderful Wells..I bet it felt like coming home?

    Ahharrr…and avaaasst behind!! Pot Noodles? You REALLY should have known better! Can’t beat an ‘Egg Banjo” on the boat…fresh bread, plenty of butter, and lashed with tom or brown sauce…mmmm..nummmy!

    Looks like you got the tides about right as well…Wis to Wells in time for sundown….perfik!

  12. 24 September, 2011 at 11:52 amMichael says:


    Have you tried xcweather.co.uk as an alternative to WindGuru?

  13. 27 September, 2011 at 3:59 amPaul Mullings says:

    Enjoyed Pennyless so much I bought the CD -Great stuff and delightful people to deal with, highly recommended.

  14. 27 September, 2011 at 2:57 pmDylan Winter says:

    bless you Paul, they said they had received emails from exotic places


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