KTL 15 West Scotland – Craignish and Shuna

This film is 14 minutes long. I have made two versions - the first with no music and the second with about two minutes worth from Peter Gregson and Capercaillie.

You can watch of download in 4K for $1

first with no music - just natural sound


$1 to download or stream in 4K


and here you can access the one with sensitive music


$1 to download or stream in 4K


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This is about KTL 15 The West Coast of Scotland, Sailing around Britain.

12 Responses to “KTL 15 West Scotland – Craignish and Shuna”

  1. 25 January, 2020 at 9:04 pmDave W says:

    Really lovely Dylan – though I couldn’t get it to ‘Chromecast’ onto the telly to
    savour at scale. Beautiful photography – really takes an armchair yachty like me there in spirit. Delightful.

  2. 25 January, 2020 at 10:49 pmDominic Duncan says:

    Well having made a small contribution, I treated myself to watch some of the films and admire the photography above.
    It has resulted in my resolving to get the boat ready early for the summer ahead.
    I sadly do not a photographer make. So there will not be the pictorial evidence to show of the trials and tribulations of any usual Duncan sailing holiday..!

    • 25 January, 2020 at 11:34 pmdylan winter says:

      keep the boat afloat through the winter

      I love my winters afloat

      but I am a tough old celt

      so the cold does not bother me much

      D

  3. 26 January, 2020 at 4:20 pmJan Hijkoop says:

    Dear Dylan, I chipped USD 5 with Patpal, just 10 min ago and got thrown out after 3 min of watching the 4K version (with music), and I can not get back to watching…..

    • 26 January, 2020 at 5:25 pmdylan winter says:

      the url will still be in your history – so you can access the film as often as you wish

      let me know if this faiils

      I am a better sailor than I am a coder

      D

  4. 30 January, 2020 at 8:54 pmRichard S says:

    Great video Dylan.

    For me it is your carefully constructed commentary – and the background music that really make it stand out from the crowd.

    Keep ’em coming! Well worth $1 for HD.

  5. 6 February, 2020 at 8:38 pmBen Fraser says:

    Tremendous as usual Dylan. Beautiful footage, inspiring and entertaining. I hope things are on track for the next phase. Keep on KTL!

  6. 7 February, 2020 at 8:33 pmHank Bruse says:

    Another great film (video). I especially like the music you have chosen. Thanks.

  7. 7 March, 2020 at 1:18 pmJim Legere says:

    You’re on your mark once again with this one. Lovely to watch this as a late-winter gale sends the snow past the window. I know you cringe at dogs on board, but it was great to see Maggie sniffing about on her shore leave. The trick with sailing dogs is to have breeds that you can manhandle on a boarding ladder. Cavalier King Charles works for us. We did have a Springer who got desperately seasick, poor thing. After a couple of attempted cruises, she stayed ashore for the rest of her days. Cheers!

  8. 7 March, 2020 at 8:26 pmJohn says:

    Best 80p and 14 minutes I’ve spent this year.

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