KeepTurningLeft Season 1 Film 21 in low def The Winkle Brig

The Winkle Brig

I was over on second beach when I saw this fabulous day sailer - I called the bloke over and asked for a sail

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Above is a low bandwidth version of the film - designed to look good on a phone.
If you wish to see it in High Def on a decent screen then it will cost you $1.
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 this 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. Paypal will send you a link as soon as you click.

 


$1 to download or stream in HD


 

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

7 Responses to “KeepTurningLeft Season 1 Film 21 in low def The Winkle Brig”

  1. 12 January, 2016 at 7:48 amTony says:

    Just wonderful

  2. 12 January, 2016 at 7:50 amTony says:

    Damn paypaL tap on the blink – we’ll catch you up, you theivin bloke…

  3. 11 December, 2017 at 8:54 pmIan Clarke says:

    Jim Lawrence – I’ve heard he’s selling or has now sold the Wrinkle Brig and getting a Smacks Boat.

  4. 6 September, 2018 at 2:14 amNigel says:

    Jim mentions that he has had two of these, I bought the first one from him and some 30 years on own it still. Though for the last 23 years it’s been on the far side of the world. New Zealand is about as far from the Essex creeks as you can get. “Native”, they both share the same name, is equally perfect for sailing here. Jim’s sailing skill and wisdom show in every detail of her set up. I will never sell her.

  5. 21 September, 2018 at 10:18 pmNigel says:

    Agreed. Love the solid, not too fussy set up and the history of the type. I appreciate that the balance lug rig was not used for working boats but it makes her so easy to sail and with 165 sq.ft. in the main plenty powerful enough. I have a coupe of headsails to play with but as Jim says a tiller in one hand and a rope in the other is enough to do ! She feels like a larger boat and with her ballasted 650kg weight tacks smoothly and predictably yet with a line on the tiller and little time setting her balance will hold a steady course for 20 minutes.
    Really enjoy watching your videos Dylan. I regularly revisit the early ones I have on DVD, they take me back to Essex, smacks, barges and all the great times there. Thank you for that.

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