KeepTurningLeft Season 2 film 5 in low def The Upper Deben

The Upper Deben

 

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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 2 : Stour, Orwell, Deben and Ore.

7 Responses to “KeepTurningLeft Season 2 film 5 in low def The Upper Deben”

  1. 16 October, 2015 at 3:50 pmMarco Castelli says:

    Dylan,great sailing adventures and beautiful videos that are bringing me to discover the English flash in a very pleasant way .

    • 16 October, 2015 at 4:42 pmdylan winter says:

      thanks M,

      I am a very lucky bloke

      never sailed in warm clear water though

      that must be very weird and I fear that I might never re-adapt to cool water full of silt

      D

  2. 1 February, 2016 at 12:33 amJames says:

    hi – just wondering when this was filmed, 2010? thanks

    • 1 February, 2016 at 7:33 amdylan winter says:

      that would be about it I reckon

      • 1 February, 2016 at 11:40 pmJames says:

        Thanks – you caught the stern of Mirelle ashore at Robertsons, I bought her in 2013. What’s your plan – may you be anywhere near the Clyde by this easter/ summer?

        • 1 February, 2016 at 11:43 pmdylan winter says:

          my plan is to sail straight up to Plockton from Falmouth without stopping – weather permitting of course – three blokes sailing around the clock. Then I will be above Skye for two years and the clyde side for two years after that.

          D

  3. 5 October, 2019 at 11:20 amRobin says:

    Thanks for this. This is now my home water in a rather decrepit centaur that I am very slowly restoring. I haven’t ventured much further than your Waldringfield yet as I am only relearning sailing and primarily boat fettling! I find the hoards of little racing dinghies a little nerve racking after the all but deserted Scottish waters of my youth!
    I have a mooring just outside the Tidemill basin entrance and it truly is a magical place. I am ashamed to admit that I am actually as happy sitting on the mooring watching the tide come in as I am sailing! Shoals of sparkling darning needles and cruising gray mullet, crabs and shrimp all revelling in the advancing waters. Stay aboard overnight and all you hear are deer barking, owls hooting and the, for me, the deeply evocative calls of oystercatchers. One day I will pluck up the courage to venture beyond the “bar of doom” at the entrance but currently I am more frit of it than I ever was of the Correvrechan of my youth! Hoping to see more of your inspired material soon.

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