KeepTurningLeft Season 1 film 1 Waking up aground in Brightlingsea Creek

Waking Up Aground

I was based in Brightlingsea which is an excellent place from which to explore the East Coast. Beware, a bloke moans about the cold.

 

  • Above is a low bandwidth version of the film - designed to look good on a phone.
  • If you wish to see most of the films in High Def on a decent screen then they will cost you $1. Two paypal clicks will get you the URL of the film.
  • If you buy the film it is yours in perpetuity, you can download it, give it to a friend or show it at a sailing club, you can chop it up into a new film, you can embed it in a sailing blog or forum or send the url of the page to a friend for him or her to enjoy it as a gift from you.  All KTL films cost the same – some are short and some are long. Most are about 12 mins.

$1 to download or stream in HD

However... as a freemans... here is a link to the page with the full film on it

https://www.keepturningleft.co.uk/sailing-around-britain/keepturningleft-season-1-film-1-the-essex-rivers-in-high-def-waking-up-aground/

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This is about KTL 1 : Blackwater, Colne and Walton Backwaters.

8 Responses to “KeepTurningLeft Season 1 film 1 Waking up aground in Brightlingsea Creek”

  1. 2 August, 2015 at 7:41 pmNiall Moran says:

    Something up with this one dylan – only playing a couple of minutes both in vimeo and the download….

  2. 2 August, 2015 at 8:29 pmNiall Moran says:

    braw :)

  3. 2 August, 2015 at 8:37 pmNiall Moran says:

    ahh, it is only a couple of mins long! I’ve been spoiled by your more recent length i think :)

  4. 21 November, 2019 at 10:20 pmGary Carroll says:

    Very well produced videos, but i would think that 99% of viewers watch YouTube on smart TV’s, looks like the versions in there are low res and if they are only online I have no way to watch them except on laptop.

  5. 30 April, 2020 at 5:19 pmEamonn Sheridan says:

    Hi Dylan. I bought your DVD’s about 12 – 15 years ago and during this lockdown decided to revisit your adventures. I’m still yearning to trace some of your journeys, Im very envious of you.
    A question for you, what make of yacht is Katie L? Is she a trailer sailer? I had a McGregor 19 for a few years and it was fun as a first boat but in hindsight not a very wise purchase.

    Regards
    Eamonn

    • 30 April, 2020 at 6:37 pmdylan winter says:

      she is a hunter minstrel – 22 foot long. She is just about towable by the big passat I once owned. She is perfect for shallow sailing – although a bit small and cramped for the more rumbustuous parts of scotland…hence the hiatus while saving up for a tougher, drier boat.

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