KeepTurningleft Season 1 Film 9 in low def Tollesbury


Where the boats lie in mud berths 12 feet deep and the sailors get to their yachts along wooden walkways that snake across the marshland the sailing Christians are as thick as thieves .


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


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

4 Responses to “KeepTurningleft Season 1 Film 9 in low def Tollesbury”

  1. 24 May, 2015 at 5:37 amClifford Dunning says:

    Hi Dylan, Recently discovered your website and have been spending way too many hours watching the videos. It is raining while I write this and watch you being held up by the rain. Makes me feel like I am there. 20 years ago I lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and had a small 12 foot jon-boat powered by an old Elgin 7.5 hp outboard (when I wasn’t rowing). It was a 2 cylinder two stroke with water cooling but no transmission which meant I had better be pointed in the right direction when I pulled the starter rope. Watching your episodes while you are in Hampton, Portsmouth, York and the like makes me think I am back in New England again. I loved exploring the inlets and outlets of the Piscataqua River and the back bays and creeks. Guess you could say I am an old river rat.Thank you so much for such wonderful adventures. It makes me want to get another boat. I promise I’ll figure out how to send some funds in the future. May you have steady winds and calm seas. Ciff
    P.S., Maybe your next boat should be named the “Maid of the Muck”. ;)

  2. 24 May, 2015 at 9:17 amdylan winter says:

    buy a boat – quick – time is the essence – the summer is ebbing away already

    boats make blokes happy


  3. 13 July, 2018 at 10:34 pmMark Smith says:

    Hi Dylan, have you sailed a Hirondelle yet?
    I have the Mk1 Hirondelle in the mud births at Tollesbury ( not the one in the film with weed!) You are welcome to come down and sail her sometime. We can get about an hour and a half either side of tide or a morning tide is fun, sail with the tide and back in the evening. Let me know if you would like. Mark

  4. 16 July, 2018 at 8:11 amdylan winter says:

    Not yet… It was the mark 3 I wanted to have a go at – dagger boards make me uneasy – but thanks for the offer.


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