Moray 8 – to the top of the tide along the Beauly reaches

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

9 Responses to “Moray 8 – to the top of the tide along the Beauly reaches”

  1. 23 March, 2019 at 10:09 amTed Timberlake says:

    Carpe diem!

  2. 23 March, 2019 at 11:57 amStephen Mundane says:

    The face of a satisfied man at the end — great stuff.

  3. 23 March, 2019 at 5:36 pmRobert P Brunelle says:

    Unremarked near the beginning- the long shots of the celebrated sailing yacht Fiona.

    She has at least three circumnavigations via both Cape Horn and via Panama.
    One Northwest passage circumnavigation of North America. Trips to Antarctica.
    Many transatlantics.

    Captained by Eric Forsyth a Brit expat to Canada and America.
    Still sailing as an octogenarian.
    http://yachtfiona.com/

  4. 23 March, 2019 at 10:55 pmJacob K. says:

    Seen from the eastern side of the North Sea this is one of the more uplifting things coming from the UK side for some time. This might just be right in content and length and for me it works better or just as good as any meditation or mindfulness exercise. Going sailing like this before season start is well worth at chip in.

  5. 24 March, 2019 at 1:26 amColin Jagoe says:

    ‘Great day, great day, great place.’ What else is there?
    Hoping you get back there someday. Cheers!

  6. 25 March, 2019 at 12:33 amRonG says:

    A wildlife refuge with no dredgers and no trawling. Completely agree, will one day be recognised as the best thing about them, but mention it and you get a lot of extra grumbling about how they frighten gulls into dropping their chips, creep up and surround you, steal all the wind and make you pay attention. All uncalled for.

    • 26 March, 2019 at 8:47 pmdylan winter says:

      Jill warned me that if I shared too many opinions on my films I would end up with just 1000 old blokes who agree with me and the rest will go to watch less challenging films. She was dead right.

      • 28 March, 2019 at 11:57 pmMike R says:

        Don’t let them grind you down. Opinions are interesting and stimulate conversation.
        Without them, everything becomes Prince Charles’s “grey goop” with a few pneumatic Australian sailing videos floating on the surface.

        It’s all hypocrisy, anyway. They’re just looking for opinions they agree with so they can stay in their little bubble.

        Change of subject: you’re only 60? Years of sailing in you, yet! Still, if you’re wanting a warm boat I spotted a candidate. Good design, well founded. Long keel, legs, wheelhouse, gaff rig. Don’t know what you were planning to spend on a Fisher. This one is over priced at 11k. You could haggle down to 9 something. If interested, will send link.

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