Moray 1 Tayport to the Moray Firth

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This is about KTL 12 Moray Firth, Sailing around Britain.

14 Responses to “Moray 1 Tayport to the Moray Firth”

  1. 15 December, 2018 at 10:44 pmrod says:

    well it certainly is not like that in PD tonite,, 60 mph winds and rain !!! At last , now you are getting into the Moray firth ..

  2. 15 December, 2018 at 10:55 pmBryan T yacht Difran 2 Beaulieu River says:

    Dylan, Once again you regale us with enticing thoughts of coastal cruising in what seemed to be pleasant weather, all to often this happen’s the weatherman say’s this! and somethging else arrives. But it goes both ways. As you have told us MOB’s we can watch a bikini clad miss or get some really interesting stuff around our own coast. Great Filming really enjoy your work, Enjoy the winter solstice and as Dave Allen used to say may your god go with you.

    • 15 December, 2018 at 11:02 pmdylan winter says:

      There was a small ridge coming through so the wind was all over the shop – mind you, the day I started was two days after mid summer and I was wearing six layers – The Moray gets better and better

      Truly lovely spot

      D

  3. 16 December, 2018 at 8:25 amTim says:

    16:43 to 17:00.
    Two jet skis and no comment!

    Dylan,
    I do hope you are not beginning to mellow with old age….. and…. I bloody loved the card – churchill speaks

    • 16 December, 2018 at 8:34 amdylan winter says:

      peace and love and goodwill to all men

      D

      PS – it was in the script

      • 16 December, 2018 at 10:25 amTim says:

        Relieved to hear that.

        Another Churchill quote:-
        “If you’re going through Hull, keep going.”

        You did and the Humber clips were, as usual, very entertaining and informative.

  4. 16 December, 2018 at 4:06 pmChris Methot says:

    Dylan

    Did you run into Roger Taylor when in Whitehills?

  5. 19 December, 2018 at 7:23 pmjon paulos says:

    I was wondering the same thing. Roger Taylor (not the guy from Queen) sails his junk-rigged boat as near the North Pole as possible and was also at Whitehills.

    • 20 December, 2018 at 9:02 amdylan winter says:

      He is a legend and always sets off from whitehills – no sign of his boat there. The harbourmaster – who tows him in and out of harbour, says that he always comes ashore dressed immaculately and well shaved. Goodonim.

  6. 20 December, 2018 at 3:17 pmDave Barker says:

    I enjoyed both versions of this video. But I especially enjoyed the unplugged version because the natural sounds made me feel as if I was there, if you know what I mean. An earlier video of drifting up river had much less going on sound-wise and was therefore better with the voice-over, in my opinion.
    Have a good Xmas and New Year, Dylan.

  7. 13 February, 2019 at 11:07 pmMike R says:

    19:07 playing fast and loose in yet drop keel boat with those rocks, aren’t you? Or was the camera zoomed in? ;-)

  8. 23 August, 2019 at 9:41 pmMartin Grover says:

    Dylan,
    What is the latest on the punt and e-bike projects? Did you come up with a relatively inexpensive answer to the e-bike?

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