KTL7 part 9 Hurst Point to Christchurch

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Pay what you like – you can send money to my email

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My address is Genoa Lodge, Deben Lane, Waldringfield, Suffolk IP12 4QN

Each of these films takes about three weeks to edit. I have 12 more films in the can before I run out of material. These films will cover the West Coast of Shetland including Scalloway, the rough nightime crossing of the Pentland Firth,down to Loch Eribol, around Cape Wrath which was a pussycat that day, down the North Minch to the Summer Isles, to the amazing Handa,Loch Drambuie, Salen, Tobermory, the sound of Mull, CorryVrekan, Craobh, through the Crinan canal and the Clyde to Glasgow – and a few more places along the way.

If I am to re-boot the series with a boat that can keep me, the camera gear and my clothes dry and warm I need to average £2K per film – or about a third of the money that the bikini sailors earn per Week. Thanks for considering helping that happen

 

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This is about KTL 7 The Solent By Centaur, Sailing around Britain.

6 Responses to “KTL7 part 9 Hurst Point to Christchurch”

  1. 2 March, 2015 at 1:03 pmSteve says:

    Lovely…!

    PS. Just a quick comment/update.. Vimeo running sweet as a nut today….

  2. 3 March, 2015 at 9:06 amGreg says:

    I like the way you have managed to relocate Shetland to the south coast. I’ve always wanted to sail in Scottish waters to see how they differ from my usual Portsmouth stomping ground. Now I don’t need to :)

    Does your depth read true depth or depth below keel?

    • 3 March, 2015 at 10:11 amdylan winter says:

      should I call these films KTL 7?

      and then the trip to shetland KTL8?

      or

      I was thinking of calling it the Summer of the Centaur

      open to suggestions on this one chaps

      D

  3. 3 March, 2015 at 4:20 pmGreg says:

    A rose by any other name…

    Looks like you have it sorted

  4. 4 March, 2015 at 11:59 amGiles says:

    Meander would be better… more cryptic. What’s all this wearing a life jacket on a perfect, calm summer’s day? Not like you Dylan. Are the thought police getting to you?

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