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On 8/2/2019 at 6:12 PM, dylan winter said:

meanwhile two escapee phone sanitizers  from golgafrincham emote mildly

 

 

https://hitchhikers.fandom.com/wiki/Golgafrincham

 

What is a "phone sanitizer?"

I like these two precisely BECAUSE they mildly emote.  They don't try to leverage routine shit into false drama and they don't parade the wife on deck nude, for clicks. I find the Mediterranean scenery rugged and interesting.

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42 minutes ago, Ajax said:

What is a "phone sanitizer?"

 

Hitchhiker's Guide reference (see Dylan's link). In which primeval Earth was populated not by evolved monkeys, but by a ship of crash-landed mediocrities from the planet Golgafrincham. Tho it should be noted, the ideal Platonic society left behind when Golgafrincham deported all its dullards was killed off by an unsanitized telephone, so boring people have their place on YouTube too. ;) 

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Well, two out of three anyway.

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Ack - lost me at septum ring.  Those things are for people who want to be led around by the nose.

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3 hours ago, IStream said:

Well, two out of three anyway.

"Crazy-sexy"? Or "Crazy, sexy"? I need to know before I click that link. 

Killing%20Eve%20pyjamas.jpg?quality=80&w

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16 minutes ago, Diarmuid said:

"Crazy-sexy"? Or "Crazy, sexy"? I need to know before I click that link. 

Killing%20Eve%20pyjamas.jpg?quality=80&w

the latter (if you can convince yourself that anyone with a septum ring is sexy).

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17 minutes ago, Diarmuid said:

"Crazy-sexy"? Or "Crazy, sexy"? I need to know before I click that link. 

Killing%20Eve%20pyjamas.jpg?quality=80&w

Neither. Naked-crazy or Naked, crazy.

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15 minutes ago, IStream said:

Neither. Naked-crazy or Naked, crazy.

Hwoof. I always say, "Just because she got no clothes on dunnin't mean she hasn't got a large knife about her person."

Speaking here urgently and from experience.

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16 minutes ago, Israel Hands said:

the latter (if you can convince yourself that anyone with a septum ring is sexy).

My sweet summer child -- on the scale of off-putting piercings, a septum ring is hardly on the freakshow map.  There's body mods that make sex sound like a box of pot lids dropped down a fire escape.:o

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2 minutes ago, Rasputin22 said:

Is a nose ring (septum ring) when on display on a boat not known as a fairlead?

Twing. "Move aft a couple feet, Rhonda -- we need to open the luff."

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2 hours ago, Sailing ceil 3 said:

https://youtu.be/znSUTfDPqbM

 

YouTubes only proper sailing channel

 

 

Buy an ad here, or just head to Pornhub etc. 

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8 minutes ago, Diarmuid said:

My sweet summer child -- on the scale of off-putting piercings, a septum ring is hardly on the freakshow map.  There's body mods that make sex sound like a box of pot lids dropped down a fire escape.:o

That’s only going to keep the nearby boats at anchor awake. 

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All I can think of is that old poem The Owl and the Pussycat

”with a ring on the end of his nose his nose his nose”

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2 hours ago, Israel Hands said:

All I can think of is that old poem The Owl and the Pussycat

”with a ring on the end of his nose his nose his nose”

Sailing related!

owlpussycat.jpg

These days, they'd vlog the whole elopement.

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14 hours ago, Diarmuid said:

Sailing related!

owlpussycat.jpg

These days, they'd vlog the whole elopement.

One assumes the Piggy-wig in the Wood would come swimming after them were they vlogging it...

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28 minutes ago, jewingiv said:

One assumes the Piggy-wig in the Wood would come swimming after them were they vlogging it...

vag.jpg.00726ee6dd5fcae0db2e27b19fe4665a.jpg

 

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two very working class brits with two ugly dogs sail some-where.

at one point during a four day  crossing they were filming two resting pigeons drinking water and  say they have not filmed anything because nothing happened - the pigeons were the highlight of the trip

 

 

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No girls and no heat but two men sailing a wooden ketch (that the skipper built himself) back to NZ.  Across the Tasman in light conditions with good weather routing.

Crewman is a professional videographer with some other nice sailing content on his Vimeo channel.

I couldn't get Firefox to play this, something to do with  flashplayer, I used Chrome. 

https://vimeo.com/347166829

 

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32 minutes ago, MikeJohns said:

No girls and no heat but two men sailing a wooden ketch (that the skipper built himself) back to NZ.  Across the Tasman in light conditions with good weather routing.

Crewman is a professional videographer with some other nice sailing content on his Vimeo channel.

I couldn't get Firefox to play this, something to do with  flashplayer, I used Chrome. 

https://vimeo.com/347166829 

 

This looks good, thanks. I'll watch in its entirety when I have time.

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9 hours ago, MikeJohns said:

No girls and no heat but two men sailing a wooden ketch (that the skipper built himself) back to NZ.  Across the Tasman in light conditions with good weather routing.

Crewman is a professional videographer with some other nice sailing content on his Vimeo channel.

I couldn't get Firefox to play this, something to do with  flashplayer, I used Chrome. 

https://vimeo.com/347166829

 

that was good and it ran fine on my firefox

steady camera, no hyping, well written vo, no wind noise

makes me want to go to tasmania

 

 

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4 hours ago, dylan winter said:

that was good and it ran fine on my firefox

steady camera, no hyping, well written vo, no wind noise

makes me want to go to tasmania

 

 

Funny firefox won't have a bar of it for me, apparently a known issue on some systems.

We met Peter of Tamariki a couple of times, lovely chap getting quietly on with doing what most people only dream about...

Come south Dylan.   If you do we can find some free accommodation for you and I’ll even take you  around  one of the Great Southern Capes, weather permitting .  

 

 

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26 minutes ago, MikeJohns said:

Funny firefox won't have a bar of it for me, apparently a known issue on some systems.

We met Peter of Tamariki a couple of times, lovely chap getting quietly on with doing what most people only dream about...

Come south Dylan.   If you do we can find some free accommodation for you and I’ll even take you  around  one of the Great Southern Capes, weather permitting .  

 

 

thanks for the offer MJ

I doubt that I will ever see the southern cross again...

got a few capes to do up here....

D

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15 hours ago, MikeJohns said:

No girls and no heat but two men sailing a wooden ketch (that the skipper built himself) back to NZ.  Across the Tasman in light conditions with good weather routing.

Crewman is a professional videographer with some other nice sailing content on his Vimeo channel.

I couldn't get Firefox to play this, something to do with  flashplayer, I used Chrome. 

https://vimeo.com/347166829

 

Very good!  An hour well spent.

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This little boat may be for sale before it completes its first RTW leg

 

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there is a lot of wisdom here

 

two vids a week posted

 

they work hard

they think about things

 

the woman is chinese, the  bloke with the fixed stare  is northern English  - they are heading south

 

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It's on to the port side Garboard! We wanted to show a little bit more detail on what goes into installing these big planks. It can be a little bit of a fight to get them to fit just right. This one also had a little imperfection that needed to be dealt with before installation. We have some pretty amazing lumber to choose from in our piles, but there isn't always the perfect piece for the job. There happened to be one small knot in this garboard plank that we didn't want to include. To get rid of this, Steve cut it out and fit in a graving piece in it's place. With that fixed and the plank ready to be bolted on, we ran up a bit short on time as the 2019 WoodenBoat Show was that weekend. We took a couple days break and spent some time with friends around boats. We also attended talks by two of our friends. Andrew Guest who is restoring Rosalind (https://www.patreon.com/restoringrosa...). We mentioned him previously when he helped us pick up a Bridgeport milling machine and Seneca Falls metal lathe that were donated to us, and we sent him home with Victoria's old diesel for Rosalind. We also attended Sailcargo's talk by our friend Danielle Doggett (Director of Sailcargo). If you haven't heard of them, you should check them out. They are building a 148ft schooner in Costa Rica to use as a sail cargo ship along routes up and down the west coast of the Americas. Get more information here: https://www.sailcargo.org/ And if you are interested in supporting, they are looking for investors! We are steadily moving forward in the planking process. Next up will be the broadstrakes and as we move up there will be a couple more things to tackle before we can finish the planking process. Stay tuned and thank you for all the support!

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On 8/7/2019 at 1:10 AM, dylan winter said:

that was good and it ran fine on my firefox

steady camera, no hyping, well written vo, no wind noise

makes me want to go to tasmania

 

 

Well shot, looks like "real cruising" and yes, I want to see Tasmania, she looks beautiful. well done.  

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13 hours ago, dylan winter said:

meanwhile

seasickness is threatening this humble project

 

Dylan, see the clip 5 posts above. She seemed stricken with seasickness when honestly the seas didn't look that bad. He's talking about how rough it is, but that may be out of empathy and concern for her. I think she's seasick every time they leave port.

Maybe things will level out on the open ocean swells. Or maybe the little boat isn't very seakindly.  Stay tuned.

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11 hours ago, dylan winter said:

even Mads has pros barking at his heels

 

A fine boat

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1 hour ago, Zora said:

A fine boat

but you love steel yachts

too much maintence

I shared a marina finger with a steel boat owner

Mr Tap Tap we called him

 

he was always chipping away at it

 

D

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14 hours ago, dylan winter said:

even Mads has pros barking at his heels

 

While I'd prefer to see them resurrecting a fiberglass boat, gotta admit that I look forward to the new episode each week. Nicely and professionally done.  They should have a network TV DIY show.  

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1 hour ago, dylan winter said:

.....steel yachts too much maintence I shared a marina finger with a steel boat owner ...........he was always chipping away at it

There's a lot of steel boats around here, many are well built and in great shape. There are a few that don't know what to do, or can't afford to do it properly  and consequently are always chipping away.

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1 hour ago, MikeJohns said:

There's a lot of steel boats around here, many are well built and in great shape. There are a few that don't know what to do, or can't afford to do it properly  and consequently are always chipping away.

Assuming decent build quality, are steel yachts inherently stronger than a similar quality, plastic boat?

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1 hour ago, MikeJohns said:

There's a lot of steel boats around here, many are well built and in great shape. There are a few that don't know what to do, or can't afford to do it properly  and consequently are always chipping away.

whereas plastic just sits

For most of us our plastic boats will outlive us by many years.  With steel there is maintenance to be done to the hull itself - which also has a scrap value.

Plastic has no scrap value. So there is no reason to scrap a hull - cheaper sometimes to just park it somewhere.

I am sure steel is stronger - but when do you actually need that strength in the life of a reasonably adventurous sailor. I can see steel if you are going in among the ice flows.... but there is seldom any good reason for bumping into rocks...

Having said that ... I bump into them quite frequently because I deliberatly sail in among them and  the plastic generally bounces back

D

 

 

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10 hours ago, Ajax said:

Assuming decent build quality, are steel yachts inherently stronger than a similar quality, plastic boat?

Strength depends not only on the material but on the amount of material incorporated. There are some terrifically strong reinforced plastic and wooden boats while some are quite fragile .  For boats built to, and not exceeding construction standards,  steel suffers less damage and is significantly less likely to have the hull breached from collisions than other  materials.

9 hours ago, dylan winter said:

Whereas plastic just sits. For most of us our plastic boats will outlive us by many years.  With steel there is maintenance to be done to the hull itself - ................

...............when do you actually need that strength in the life of a reasonably adventurous sailor.............

Having said that ... I bump into them quite frequently because I deliberatly sail in among them and  the plastic generally bounces back..

 

FRP can be left in the marina to sit for years and clean up OK, as long as it doesn't have too much woodwork and the deck fittings are well sealed.

Sailing between sheltered anchorages in well charted areas, with everyone observing the rules of the road, the daintiest of well maintained foam cored boats will be no risk whatsoever to the operators, and great fun.  You can go up in strength from there to suit your cruising style and the risks therein.

 

 

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Steel is malleable - so it will bend & deform quite a bit before it fails & rips. So great material if you want to factor in running aground or being run into. And repairing steel is pretty easy - you can find good welders & stock plate anywhere in the world. Hell, you can weld underwater!  Somewhere there is a picture of a 40' (or so) steel boat that got hit by a freighter, has a nice bulbous bow dent going in about 8" in the bow panels - but no holes!!

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13 hours ago, dylan winter said:

 

 

I am sure steel is stronger - but when do you actually need that strength D

 

 

Paging Brent, ..... Your services are required :)

 

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Shhhh!  If you say his name one more time, he'll appear!

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Mirror Offshore. Sweden or thereabouts, old people

short, crude - yet full of enlightenment

 

and it does look like a fabulous place to sail a small yacht

 

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58 minutes ago, chester said:

a picture of a pill caddy  :D

If it is not in our lives now... there is a good chance it will be

savour every summer lads

 

D

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12 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

If it is not in our lives now... there is a good chance it will be

savour every summer lads

 

D

Actually I laughed at the caddy but then his van Gogh stare after it drove home Dylan's point. The whole clip has an artistic flair - nicely done.

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18 hours ago, MRS OCTOPUS said:

Paging Brent, ..... Your services are required :)

 

Please.... no.... I've never spoken to someone so adamant to disagree with everything. 

 

On 8/13/2019 at 11:21 AM, dylan winter said:

but you love steel yachts

too much maintence

I shared a marina finger with a steel boat owner

Mr Tap Tap we called him

 

he was always chipping away at it

 

D

Boats in general are too much maintenance. Although a properly built/coated steel boat isn't all that bad. The time you spend maintaining the coatings on a steel boat from what i can see would be spent rebedding deck hardware and chasing leaks in a fibre glass hull. My boat hasn't had a single deck leak in almost 2 years since i've had her, as virtually all my gear is welded on. There are merits to each and every material i guess. 

Plus, FRP isn't a perfect material either... Over time, the fibres can stretch and (larger boats specifically) can get....floppier... which ironically, so do their owners. 

I like steel, as boats built from it tend to me more sturdy and stable and can take a fair bit of abuse. To each his own, if we were all the same would't life be boring? I love boats of all shapes, sizes and construction.... Sometimes i wish i had a small frp boat so i could get out sailing more.

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3 hours ago, Israel Hands said:

The whole clip has an artistic flair - nicely done.

Almost Ingmar Bergman in production value.

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9 hours ago, Zora said:

Please.... no.... I've never spoken to someone so adamant to disagree with everything. 

 

Boats in general are too much maintenance. Although a properly built/coated steel boat isn't all that bad. The time you spend maintaining the coatings on a steel boat from what i can see would be spent rebedding deck hardware and chasing leaks in a fibre glass hull. My boat hasn't had a single deck leak in almost 2 years since i've had her, as virtually all my gear is welded on. There are merits to each and every material i guess. 

Plus, FRP isn't a perfect material either... Over time, the fibres can stretch and (larger boats specifically) can get....floppier... which ironically, so do their owners. 

I like steel, as boats built from it tend to me more sturdy and stable and can take a fair bit of abuse. To each his own, if we were all the same would't life be boring? I love boats of all shapes, sizes and construction.... Sometimes i wish i had a small frp boat so i could get out sailing more.

I am a 63 year old serial owner and sailor of crap plastic boats

never had a deck leak

I had a leaky window on a 50 year old boat - fixed it with glue gun - 5 minute job

then fixed it again two years later - five minute job

D

 

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13 hours ago, Zora said:

Plus, FRP isn't a perfect material either... Over time, the fibres can stretch and (larger boats specifically) can get....floppier... which ironically, so do their owners. 

I

Watch it smart guy. You won't be young and handsome forever.

 

3 hours ago, dylan winter said:

I am a 63 year old serial owner and sailor of crap plastic boats

never had a deck leak

I had a leaky window on a 50 year old boat - fixed it with glue gun - 5 minute job

then fixed it again two years later - five minute job

D

 

Dylan himself on the other hand, has several leaks that we have been unable to seal. :lol:

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better men than I would have removed all the windows and re-bedded them with Oxymoron 55 Sticky Glue stiff stuff. But that would have turned 2 x 5 minute jobs into a mucky weekend.

Dylan

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For Ajax - a while back - 'Phone sanitizers?'

 

They were an actual thing once.... I actual saw one at work in about 1974... came into the agent's office at about 1710.... sanitized the phone... and left..... took about 3 minutes...

I wonder what they did for a living after the advent of mobile phones...although I think they disappeared long before that.

It was vaguely akin to the current fashion of having  'trundler handle sanitizing wipe dispensing machines' as you enter supermarkets.

 

OK the question was asked a while ago.... I just haven't checked this thread in a while....sorry...

 

 

 

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It’s a nerd trigger.  You get it instantly, or you don’t.  

Vaguely related: When I first started working for a corpseration, I had a problem with my office phone (which turned out to be “user error”) so I summoned “Tech Support.”  A couple of days later, the most amazingly attractive young woman shows up in my office in Carharts and a tool belt and crawls under my desk, leaving only an extremely shapely derrière protruding, which flexed and twitched as she worked.  Right in front of my lap. Keep in mind: Nerd. Only recently released from grad skool. 

:blink:

It was only with amazing restraint, that I refrained from having “phone troubles” every week!

Seriously, it was completely and totally a porn set-up.

Come to think of it, just about that time, I was working “late” (before midnight, I think) one night in that office, when a couple of crazy-looking shaggy guys with a big spool of wire and a ladder shambled down the hallway, muttering crazy nonsense to each other.  “Hey!,” One of them stuck his head in the door, “Do you wanna be on The Internet?”

”The what now...?”

”Trust me, it’ll be great!”

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while we are on an epic Fred Drift i can also remember a bloke who came around the office with a beret and a bag with small artist brushes sticking out of it. He was a typewriter maintenance man

another job bites the dust

D

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11 hours ago, Cisco said:

For Ajax - a while back - 'Phone sanitizers?'

 

They were an actual thing once.... I actual saw one at work in about 1974... came into the agent's office at about 1710.... sanitized the phone... and left..... took about 3 minutes...

I wonder what they did for a living after the advent of mobile phones...although I think they disappeared long before that.

It was vaguely akin to the current fashion of having  'trundler handle sanitizing wipe dispensing machines' as you enter supermarkets.

 

OK the question was asked a while ago.... I just haven't checked this thread in a while....sorry...

 

 

 

Initially thought this was a dog whistle reference to Douglas Adams Hitchhiker series, per Toddster's Nerd reference comment.

(Thread drifting further away......)

- Stumbling

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Trust me they did exist once - and they definitely were useful. We seem to have forgotten how disgusting a phone could become in an office environment!

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2 hours ago, stumblingthunder said:

Initially thought this was a dog whistle reference to Douglas Adams Hitchhiker series, per Toddster's Nerd reference comment.

(Thread drifting further away......)

- Stumbling

It was! You missed Dylan's earlier explanation to me further up-thread.

I have read the book, but it's been ages and I had completely forgotten the reference. I've never seen the movie all the way through.

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9 minutes ago, alphafb552 said:

Trust me they did exist once - and they definitely were useful. We seem to have forgotten how disgusting a phone could become in an office environment!

I worked in a fork-lift repair place for one summer - the phone was a  rotary dial

fek it was a horrible thing covered in human and forklift grease

D

 

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I could need somebody to clean my keyboard at the office. 

Then again, I might just ask my secretary to order a new one. 

What was this thread about again? 

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Yeah I work in IT and peoples laptops/phones/keyboards are just super gross, just no-one cares anymore. Probably improves everyones immune systems anyway

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On another note, I may take a shot at making some more videos - I gave up last time as it was so. much. work.

My boat's in Mexico and I'm heading back there in october to spend a month working on it and then sailing around mexico some more till march, when I'll head over to french polynesia. I'm not sure how much demand there is for a mid 30s bloke sailing around in a reasonably fit out 1980 hunter but we'll see

Anyone got any advice? So far I've got 

- avoid 'talking head style'

- more 'sailing shots' and discussion of why I'm doing stuff

- first video maybe a walkthrough of boat?

I have a cheap Chinese go-pro knock off and a canon 7D and no idea what editing software to use

 

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23 hours ago, Cisco said:

'Phone sanitizers?'

They were an actual thing once.... I actual saw one at work in about 1974

My God. I thought Douglas Adams was kidding.

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28 minutes ago, alctel said:

Yeah I work in IT and peoples laptops/phones/keyboards are just super gross, just no-one cares anymore. Probably improves everyones immune systems anyway

That’s why I don’t use anybody else’s keyboard, phone or laptop. 

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54 minutes ago, alctel said:

On another note, I may take a shot at making some more videos - I gave up last time as it was so. much. work.

My boat's in Mexico and I'm heading back there in october to spend a month working on it and then sailing around mexico some more till march, when I'll head over to french polynesia. I'm not sure how much demand there is for a mid 30s bloke sailing around in a reasonably fit out 1980 hunter but we'll see

Anyone got any advice? So far I've got 

- avoid 'talking head style'

- more 'sailing shots' and discussion of why I'm doing stuff

- first video maybe a walkthrough of boat?

I have a cheap Chinese go-pro knock off and a canon 7D and no idea what editing software to use

 

Make sure to link it when you have one done :) 

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56 minutes ago, alctel said:

On another note, I may take a shot at making some more videos - I gave up last time as it was so. much. work.

My boat's in Mexico and I'm heading back there in october to spend a month working on it and then sailing around mexico some more till march, when I'll head over to french polynesia. I'm not sure how much demand there is for a mid 30s bloke sailing around in a reasonably fit out 1980 hunter but we'll see

Anyone got any advice? So far I've got 

- avoid 'talking head style'

- more 'sailing shots' and discussion of why I'm doing stuff

- first video maybe a walkthrough of boat?

I have a cheap Chinese go-pro knock off and a canon 7D and no idea what editing software to use

 

I got a Go Pro a few years back.  Was all hot to get a drone.  However, I quickly realized that the time required to edit and find music (legally) to use, etc was a whole lot more work.  Truthfully, if you're not already into video, pictures and editing, your 'episode' count is likely to be small....

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7 hours ago, alctel said:

Yeah I work in IT and peoples laptops/phones/keyboards are just super gross, just no-one cares anymore. Probably improves everyones immune systems anyway

I used to teach sophomore microbiology, and as part of the “lab” class students had to apply the scientific method and devise their own experiment to test a hypothesis.  About two thirds of the class would always test for E. coli on various surfaces around campus. Basically, anything that people put their hands on is... nasty. 

One group tried to measure the diameter of the “aerosol target” around public toilets. Let’s just say that they got an “A” and very, very, scared. 

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I did medicine in the sixties, one microbiology prac was plating finger surfaces after they touched human waste through varying numbers of layers of toilet paper.

Even the wadders grew something...

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I tell my family that everything in the world is coated in semen and poo.

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4 hours ago, IStream said:

I tell my family that everything in the world is coated in semen and poo.

Watch out for the eventual erection.

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4 hours ago, IStream said:

I tell my family that everything in the world is coated in semen and poo.

 

9 minutes ago, leuk said:

Watch out for the eventual erection.

You have a strange fetish, each to there own I guess. :blink:

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11 minutes ago, mad said:

 

You have a strange fetish, each to there own I guess. :blink:

Just wait to see what I can do with those and a freezer.

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The death of a sailor

not sure what to make of it as a reality TV show

I am also constantly intrigued by the use of the colour saturation control in the edit suite in this genre of perfection sailing

 

 

and here even the immaculately groomed and super saturated  Wynns have joined in with some fringe moaning about  the never ending search for wifi

 

 

 

 

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Many of the big bloggers HAVE to get a vid a week out to keep the customers entranced. Hence the never ending search for free wifi.

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On 8/15/2019 at 1:03 PM, Dilligaf0220 said:

More collabs for Delos, the OG's of monetizing sailing media Distant Shores.

 

 

No, that would be the Johnsons, who made theatrical films of their visits to ports around the world.  Back in the 50's

Or Gardner McKay, who had his TV show, Adventures in Paradise.  Also in the 50s early 60's

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these fixit people

versus the old style fixit person

Dylan

 

PS - not a great fan of fixit videos

sail first ... fettle later

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If the Sail Life guy were covering something I was specifically planning to do on my boat, I would find his videos highly valuable, and study every minute of them. His tips are good - for example the simple step of putting everything that will be used for the job out in proper order before starting. But it's hard to watch the entirety of his vids if I'm just mildly interested in what he's doing.

The Odd Life couple are just the opposite. They are light on detail, more about documenting the different work that's being done (often in fast forward mode). But they have the camera charm advantage - especially the delightfully bubbly first mate. I watch them regularly even though I'm not in love with their boat.

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They're fairly lifting through the work, such a sweet cruising boat.

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10 hours ago, dylan winter said:

these fixit people

versus the old style fixit person

Dylan

 

PS - not a great fan of fixit videos

sail first ... fettle later

Nope. Proper priorities:

1 Watch lots of videos first 

2 Write about them later

er...

:) but I do worry about your soul watching all that shite  

 

 

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Nasty. Hats off to the firefighters, they were right in the middle of that.

Edit: I'm going to repost in GA, with attribution.

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