Four Minute Moray

I have received a few comments about removing music from the films – most like it – a few hate it

so for the music lovers among you

the music is from the Kruger Brothers



This is about Sailing around Britain.

15 Responses to “Four Minute Moray”

  1. 27 March, 2019 at 10:24 amTed Timberlake says:

    Oh dear Dylan, a really nasty business. It sure illustrates the need for a dry boat, and a haven from the wet and windy conditions up north. I certainly hope that you manage to eradicate the fungal stuff and are restored to pristine condition soonest. Good luck.

    • 27 March, 2019 at 10:47 amdylan winter says:

      thanks Ted,

      I am not sure where this is heading –

      the good news is that I can continue sailing – but for the time being only day sailing in east anglia


  2. 27 March, 2019 at 2:47 pmDave Ellis says:

    That’s a bummer.. thanks for the Moray series Dylan, I loved them all, a few crisp oncers inbound to treat your trench related decomposition. The old army foot and body powder was great for rot. Probably now banned by the EU as being likely to cause death. Good luck for this summer.

    • 27 March, 2019 at 3:26 pmdylan winter says:

      Mycota powder – it still exists – I let my guard down and need to stop using marina showers and find a way of drying sleeping bags and socks while on board. I am reasonably certain the strain I still have was picked up in Port Edgar. If you remember the army and my boarding school used to paint the feet of offenders with purple gunk – it was like the mark of the devil. If you were a carrier and were caught without your slippers by a prefect they would beat you with a slipper – which had a satisfying circularity to it. Thanks for the chip in – I will not spend any of it on anti-fungal agents as the quack is onto it and being over 60 the governement has now joined the fight and is contributing towards the costs of unguents, powders and pills.


      PS – bloomin odd subject for a blog – however, be careful out there old blokes. I am asrtonished to reporrt that the second film has more hits than the one with the music – not sure what to make of that. Has anyone watched it twice?

      • 28 March, 2019 at 8:01 amStephen Mundane says:

        Once was enough Dylan — having rotted in a damp climate too you have my utmost sympathy.

        • 28 March, 2019 at 8:13 amdylan winter says:

          Thanks S

          let this be a lesson to you old blokes

          I am now too old to tough it out

          the good news is that I can win …. and then I have to take it more seriously

          I can go back to scotland – but only in a warm boat – no more using marina showers, lots of Mycota, 1000 pairs of socks


  3. 28 March, 2019 at 9:19 amPeter Orme says:

    Pretty sure you didn’t need to be in your jocks for the last shot. Will buy latest series on dvd and wash my eyeballs out with iodine if it eases your pain.

    • 28 March, 2019 at 10:18 amdylan winter says:

      I did warn you not to look – being in my Keks was probably not the worst thing in the image.


      PS – DVDs died years ago

  4. 28 March, 2019 at 6:01 pmMartin G says:

    Not a pretty sight! (But we were warned.) A good circulation of fresh clean warm air is said to be a
    good preventative – perhaps that’s why they wear kilts in that neck of the woods. Good luck with the
    next stage of your travels.

  5. 28 March, 2019 at 7:26 pmDavid Ellis says:

    Ah, boarding school…scrot rot, verrucas, a damn good caning and lots of Holy Mass, empire building stuff. After that the Army was a joy. Going back to Beauly how high we’re the three wires Dylan? I fancy going up there. Again many thanks for all your films, particularly my home ground the Moray Firth.

    • 28 March, 2019 at 8:23 pmdylan winter says:

      scrot rot – excellent. Do you remember the cough and drop?

      Needless to say I did not send my son to a boarding school.

      I am going to guess that Katies gunter mast is 20 feet above the water. Therre eemed to be stacks of room. Mt favourite bit was the mud flats with the geese -spectacular.

  6. 28 March, 2019 at 9:35 pmBryan T yacht Difran 2 Beaulieu River says:

    Just love all your filming. yep a nice dry boat warm heater seems to be the answer. Sorry to hear of your scot and foot rot a most painful condition I can sympathise with. As to music I enjoy the stuff you select that Caledonia is a great number. All best wishes will send some shekels soon.
    Bryan T

  7. 29 March, 2019 at 8:29 amDavid Ellis says:

    Cough and drop…why? Thanks for the height info, I guess I’m about the same as you. All the best Dylan.

    • 29 March, 2019 at 8:57 amdylan winter says:

      at the age of 12 we had to strip to our underpants and stand in line. A doctor we had never met would put his hands down our pants and ask us to cough. It was to see if your balls had dropped. If they hadn’t then they would take you off to hospital and “help” your balls to drop. Fortunately mine had dropped so I never went through part 2. This was back in the late 60s so the world was a different place. I am sure I could have handled anything the army chose to throw at me – I had heard that it is a civilised place compared to an English boarding shool. I am told that thee RAF is even more civilised.

      there are some cracking places up the Beauly to overnight. One place is by a bend in the river – four feet of water at low tide, well sheltered by a belt of woodland. The sound of the birds in the morning was sublime.

      You live by a wonderful firth – the best place to sail I have yet to see – although I am told that thee west coast isands are even better. Not sure now if I will get back there until 2023


  8. 29 March, 2019 at 5:27 pmDavid Ellis says:

    Eeeekkk..too much info, I was at a Catholic school and it wasn’t as bad as that, although we did have a padre whose nickname was Tool Dangle, ‘nuf said.

    Really looking forward to this season newly berthed in Lossiemouth. Launching next Friday. Definitely heading for Beauly.

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