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6 hours ago, Kris Cringle said:

I can't watch that, it's too sad a story (and too predictable).

I like to follow the pro restorations of wooden boats. 

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Step#3, write final check, viola. 

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Reminds me of this.

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1 hour ago, Upp3 said:

My clan has a gorgeous tartan, and also a history which includes some notorious violent acts of vengeance on long-term enemies. 

But please be assured that if anyone tries to nod at any of us this way, our dead ancestors will rise up and re-enact some of our most notorious violence on the nodders. 

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We interrupt this Braveheart moment to bring you some important news:  A couple have just sold everything in order to buy a boat and sail it round the world!

 

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15 minutes ago, Israel Hands said:

We interrupt this Braveheart moment to bring you some important news:  A couple have just sold everything in order to buy a boat and sail it round the world!

 

Yawn.

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4 hours ago, Israel Hands said:

We interrupt this Braveheart moment to bring you some important news:  A couple have just sold everything in order to buy a boat and sail it round the world!

 

she is a real bikini model and he flies a plane

she makes brows look humdrum and mumsie

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3 hours ago, darth reapius said:

Holy shit that girl loves herself, what garbage. Another one desperate for them youtube $$$

there are no youtube dollars worth having  - 50,000 hits per film are worth around $100 as long as there is no music.

 

however,  she knows how to leverage Patreon dollars -   will the fans of tache and brows jump ship to see some special patreon films where bikinis are abandonned?

I assume la vag fans have seen more than a few nappies being changed on their Patreon dollars

 

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57 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

there are no youtube dollars worth having  - 50,000 hits per film are worth around $100 as long as there is no music.

 

however,  she knows how to leverage Patreon dollars -   will the fans of tache and brows jump ship to see some special patreon films where bikinis are abandonned?

I assume la vag fans have seen more than a few nappies being changed on their Patreon dollars

 

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Oh yeah, I know the numbers. I really meant everything as a conglomerate. A very close friend of my little sisters shot to fame with effectively the business model that this girl has tried to copy. Except unlike this girl she had millions of subs, not a few thousand.

She spent her time trying on Bikini's on video, trying Make-up, doing work-outs etc and is on a few different websites farming for cash. She sowed her seeds with the soft-core porn youtube videos and instagram snaps, but reaped a cash crop of patreon subs. Hilariously she went all "healthy at all sizes" a little while ago in the hopes to sell bikini's to women other than beach-goers and went from 1.5 mil subs to 0.75 mil.

But then, compared to someone else who I used to see hooping a lot, she made nothing. This one farmed the onlyfans crop and was an OG. Which surprised me because she wasn't hot at all. But I guess people got into that thickness and she became a big insta name. Phat ass pics paid millions compared to the pittance these Patreon folks are making.

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20 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

My clan has a gorgeous tartan, and also a history which includes some notorious violent acts of vengeance on long-term enemies. 

Sounds like you don't like MacDonalds very much.

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15 minutes ago, Se7en said:

Sounds like you don't like MacDonalds very much.

it is the Campbells they all hate

really, really hate

 

and

 

lest we forget - much of the clan rivalry is about slightly different versions of more or less the same hairy man in the sky and the same  book

prods v cathodes

500 years of tribal blood letting means there is very little to be proud of

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22 hours ago, Israel Hands said:

We interrupt this Braveheart moment to bring you some important news:  A couple have just sold everything in order to buy a boat and sail it round the world!

 

Great Zarquon, why on earth did I click on that?  I barely skimmed the damned thing, and still I feel vaguely disgusted with myself.

I mean, sure, there's the eye catching candy thumbnail.  But did I really think they might approach the project of circumnavigation with more humility and insight than a "scream" emoji?

Was I hoping against hope to have the worst stereotypes of dizzy blondes refuted, or is some dark corner of my psyche secretly glad to have them confirmed, and now I feel guilty about it?

Did I really think there wouldn't be a man-bun?  Of course there was a man bun.

And here's the worst part.  At the end, up pops a link to episode 2, in which they announce their plan to Actually Go Sailing.  And Dog help me, I was tempted to click on it.  Why?  Morbid curiosity?  Schadenfreude?  I don't really want them to come to any harm.  I know full well that they'll just sail around for an hour in flat seas and 10 knots, then rave breathlessly about their big adventure.
And I'll kick myself for watching.

I could have lived a full rich happy life blissfully unaware that these two even existed.  But now their thumbnails are going to keep popping up in my youtube suggestions for at least another month.

 

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2 minutes ago, Corryvreckan said:

Great Zarquon, why on earth did I click on that?  I barely skimmed the damned thing, and still I feel vaguely disgusted with myself.

I mean, sure, there's the eye catching candy thumbnail.  But did I really think they might approach the project of circumnavigation with more humility and insight than a "scream" emoji?

Was I hoping against hope to have the worst stereotypes of dizzy blondes refuted, or is some dark corner of my psyche secretly glad to have them confirmed, and now I feel guilty about it?

Did I really think there wouldn't be a man-bun?  Of course there was a man bun.

And here's the worst part.  At the end, up pops a link to episode 2, in which they announce their plan to Actually Go Sailing.  And Dog help me, I was tempted to click on it.  Why?  Morbid curiosity?  Schadenfreude?  I don't really want them to come to any harm.  I know full well that they'll just sail around for an hour in flat seas and 10 knots, then rave breathlessly about their big adventure.
And I'll kick myself for watching.

I could have lived a full rich happy life blissfully unaware that these two even existed.  But now their thumbnails are going to keep popping up in my youtube suggestions for at least another month.

 

If I had an urge to click, it's gone now. 

Thanks for taking one for the team.

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6 hours ago, dylan winter said:

there are no youtube dollars worth having  - 50,000 hits per film are worth around $100 as long as there is no music.

 

however,  she knows how to leverage Patreon dollars -   will the fans of tache and brows jump ship to see some special patreon films where bikinis are abandonned?

I assume la vag fans have seen more than a few nappies being changed on their Patreon dollars

 

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It's good to get this info about Youtube. We watch regularly for PBS news, etc. But also travel, food, architecture, interesting places, etc. I'm not dead down there, but once somebody starts showing some skin for no reason other than to create a soft porn thumb, I'm turned off. There's nothing wrong with some skin if it makes sense in a story but I find it's a warning: This is junk, the maker has no skill no anything to do with the subject you seek. This goes especially for Sailing Youtube. I must be doing ok because I don't get these sailing skin thumbs. 

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44 minutes ago, Corryvreckan said:

At the end, up pops a link to episode 2, in which they announce their plan to Actually Go Sailing.  And Dog help me, I was tempted to click on it.  Why?  Morbid curiosity?  Schadenfreude?  I don't really want them to come to any harm.  I know full well that they'll just sail around for an hour in flat seas and 10 knots, then rave breathlessly about their big adventure.
And I'll kick myself for watching.

Wish you hadn't pointed that out. I'm going to check out the last 2 minutes of episode 2 and see if your theory is correct.

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24 minutes ago, Kris Cringle said:

It's good to get this info about Youtube. We watch regularly for PBS news, etc. But also travel, food, architecture, interesting places, etc. I'm not dead down there, but once somebody starts showing some skin for no reason other than to create a soft porn thumb, I'm turned off.

I find it great for how-tos ranging from all sorts of mechanical repairs to guitar playing, cooking, travel etc. But if you look at the sailing vlogs - even some of the best ones - you see an undeniable link between higher click rates and an attractive female in the thumb. There appear to be other cues that also consistently generate more clicks. Titles about how much it costs to cruise, which boat should we buy...and now couple after couple seem to flog those titles in the same way that online vendors buy their google adwords. I guess if you are trying to make a living by posting your cruising life on the internet, and by adding a little skin to your thumbs you increase your traffic 50 to 100%, then you are very likely to do it.

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3 hours ago, Corryvreckan said:

But did I really think they might approach the project of circumnavigation with more humility and insight than a "scream" emoji?

Was I hoping against hope to have the worst stereotypes of dizzy blondes refuted, or is some dark corner of my psyche secretly glad to have them confirmed, and now I feel guilty about it?

Now I feel guilty too, having watched the last 2 minutes of EP 2 (their first sail) - she was drinking from a champagne bottle while he peed off the stern - and then 2 minutes of Ep 3 as they gave a "boat tour."  I made the original post because they seemed to be poster children of the worst of would-be circum-vloggers, and I was making fun. They ARE the worst. But now I feel utter pity for them. They are in so far over their heads, it's just incredible. Not only do they know nothing, they don't 'suspect nuthin.'  More to be pitied than censured.

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57 minutes ago, Kris Cringle said:

The scary thing is, for the budding sailor/cruiser going to Youtube to learn, these are their teachers. 

i think they learn that sailing is easy and anyone can do it

 

and that is true.... sailing is easy, and safe...... but seldom cheap

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 I should grow my hair to make man bun, and then start youtube channel. I am about right age. But I am not  "hippy type from wealthy family", maybe I can just pretend that part.

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1 hour ago, Pertsa said:

 I should grow my hair to make man bun, and then start youtube channel. I am about right age. But I am not  "hippy type from wealthy family", maybe I can just pretend that part.

I do not think people are watching her films to see the bun

meanwhile La Vag is in full baby mode

 

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11 hours ago, Se7en said:
On 3/2/2021 at 3:05 PM, TwoLegged said:

My clan has a gorgeous tartan, and also a history which includes some notorious violent acts of vengeance on long-term enemies. 

Sounds like you don't like MacDonalds very much.

I value my anonymity, so I won't comment on who we had clashes with.

But I will just say that there were plenty of clan rivalries.  And as @dylan winter noted, of the most unifying thing in Scottish clans is dislike of the the Campbells, on account of the Campbells being rather effective at fighting and land-grabbing.

However, I doubt that even the Campbells would be cruel enough to disfigure a hull like that.

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10 hours ago, Ajax said:

No matter how hot she is, some guy, somewhere is sick of her bullshit.

No matter how much bullshit she has, some guy, somewhere, will pay four bucks a month to Patreon to watch her almost but not quite take her top off on a catamaran even though the entire internet is full of free pictures of naked tits and also some catamarans.

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2 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

I value my anonymity, so I won't comment on who we had clashes with.

But I will just say that there were plenty of clan rivalries.  And as @dylan winter noted, of the most unifying thing in Scottish clans is dislike of the the Campbells, on account of the Campbells being rather effective at fighting and land-grabbing.

However, I doubt that even the Campbells would be cruel enough to disfigure a hull like that.

Ah.

Your mention of a notorious act of vengence had me thinking of Glencoe, and assuming you are one of the vast Campbell clan - hence the MacDonald reference.

Whilst being a few generations removed from Scotland, Scots make up almost all of my ancestry - including both sides of many altercations such as Glencoe. Funny how once folks got away from Scotland, the matters of whose great grandfather did what to who, or which brand of sky fairy you align to,  seemed to vanish.

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21 hours ago, darth reapius said:

Holy shit that girl loves herself, what garbage. Another one desperate for them youtube $$$

She has the looks and figure but really needs to SHUTUP!!!

Her loves herself attitude is no doubt due to her being a model and a lifetime of having everyone around her telling her she is beautiful and special.

 

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7 hours ago, dylan winter said:

I do not think people are watching her films to see the bun

meanwhile La Vag is in full baby mode

 

He-he they are watching to see... buns ;) he -he

*shudders* babys and kids

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This is gonna be really vulgar so stop reading now if you easily get offended.

 

A man bun is a saddle horn for your boyfriend to grab while your blowing him.

 

Gonna need brain bleach for that one.

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4 hours ago, Se7en said:

Your mention of a notorious act of vengence had me thinking of Glencoe, and assuming you are one of the vast Campbell clan - hence the MacDonald reference.

I guessed that was your assumption. :)

But while Glencoe was one of the biggest and best-known massacres, it achieved notoriety largely because it was:

  1. one of the last major instances of the especially-deplored crime of "murder under trust", and
  2. it was ordered by the King, and
  3. the King then rewarded the key murderers

That combination of factors gave it heightened significance.

But there was plenty of other slaughter in the Highlands, just not as notorious.  The pervasive grabbing of land and cattle was not a peaceful process.

5 hours ago, Se7en said:

Funny how once folks got away from Scotland, the matters of whose great grandfather did what to who, or which brand of sky fairy you align to,  seemed to vanish.

Once out of Scotland, they were no longer fighting each other for and cattle, and instead faced common opponents.  Atheists often misunderstand religion as a primary factor in disputes, whereas it many cases its function was more as a rallying call in more prosaic disputes.

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3 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

I guessed that was your assumption. :)

But while Glencoe was one of the biggest and best-known massacres, it achieved notoriety largely because it was:

  1. one of the last major instances of the especially-deplored crime of "murder under trust", and
  2. it was ordered by the King, and
  3. the King then rewarded the key murderers

That combination of factors gave it heightened significance.

I've previously thought that Robert Campbell is somewhat unjustly treated. Normally history is written by the victors, and in this case he was following orders from the king, and they won and saw the end of the Jacobite uprising. He also apparently tried to spare some of the victims, only to have others step in and kill them anyway. Yet he is named a murderer.

I do agree that it was not the only time that the Campbells of Argyle took any excuse to enlarge their herds and holdings... But they were certainly not the only clan to do so. And that religion is a convenient and noble sounding excuse for more self serving pursuits.

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4 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

it achieved notoriety largely because it was:

  1. one of the last major instances of the especially-deplored crime of "murder under trust", and
  2. it was ordered by the King, and
  3. the King then rewarded the key murderers

That combination of factors gave it heightened significance.

Now fast-forward to Saudi Arabia and Jamal Khashoggi...human nature doesn't change.

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5 hours ago, Dogscout said:

This is gonna be really vulgar so stop reading now if you easily get offended.

 

A man bun is a saddle horn for your boyfriend to grab while your blowing him.

 

Gonna need brain bleach for that one.

If they did a remake of Deliverance today, Ned Beatty would have a manbun.

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3 hours ago, Israel Hands said:

Now fast-forward to Saudi Arabia and Jamal Khashoggi...human nature doesn't change.

I think that's far too pessimistic a view.  The Saudi regime is very ugly, but Scotland and the rest of Europe has given up the whole chieftain-who-butcher-their-neighbour thing.

At national level, most European countries haven't invaded anywhere for decades.  The rogue states such as the US & UK which go around bombing and invading are now a rare exception to an international order which is massively less violent than before the establishment of the United Nations.

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4 hours ago, Se7en said:

I've previously thought that Robert Campbell is somewhat unjustly treated. Normally history is written by the victors, and in this case he was following orders from the king, and they won and saw the end of the Jacobite uprising. He also apparently tried to spare some of the victims, only to have others step in and kill them anyway. Yet he is named a murderer.

A plea that "I only killed 39 people, rather than all 200" would not usually be considered to be an optimal defence against a charge of murder.

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On 3/3/2021 at 8:34 PM, Dogscout said:

This is gonna be really vulgar so stop reading now if you easily get offended.

 

A man bun is a saddle horn for your boyfriend to grab while your blowing him.

 

Gonna need brain bleach for that one.

You know too much.

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Kevin looks way younger than 52 in my opinion.

The interviewer's t-shirt is too tight and the hat looks twat'ish.  Even if you are in shape for your age, don't wear t-shirts that someone 30 years younger wears.

Overall though, I enjoyed the interview.

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8 hours ago, JRC026 said:

Kevin looks way younger than 52 in my opinion.

The interviewer's t-shirt is too tight and the hat looks twat'ish.  Even if you are in shape for your age, don't wear t-shirts that someone 30 years younger wears.

Overall though, I enjoyed the interview.

That's because he's not funding a fucking mortgage, a wife and kids. We'd all look that happy and healthy if we were living on the wing.

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1 hour ago, Ajax said:

That's because he's not funding a fucking mortgage, a wife and kids. We'd all look that happy and healthy if we were living on the wing.

:lol:

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1 hour ago, Ajax said:

That's because he's not funding a fucking mortgage, a wife and kids. We'd all look that happy and healthy if we were living on the wing.

IDK 52 and by the looks of it t not getting any. Think I’ll pass.

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2 hours ago, Elegua said:

On second thought, that interviewer is a bit sketchy.....ew... 

In his (the interviewer’s) view, the pandemic is “an opportunity for governments to further socialist goals around the world” and for the “tentacles” of feminism to do the same.  (From one of his vids on his channel I FF’d through quickly, curious about his background.)  

Sigh.  I don’t think Kevin is pushing an MGTOW agenda (I’d never heard of that before, or MRA - had to look those up after watching the vid, as I was a bit lost) - he geeks out on engineless ocean-sailing, and I don’t think he’s into the whole gender identity politics thing —seems the interviewer is a (perhaps legitimately) bitter divorced guy, whereas Kevin is presumably happily single, or perhaps asexual.....or, whatever...who knows. But he’s certainly worthy of respect as a very accomplished sailor, that’s for sure.  

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I haven't watched the interview yet. I don't think Kevin is pushing any kind of agenda of any flavor. He's just sailing, alone. He doesn't want to be burdened with other people and it's as simple as that.

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49 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

In his (the interviewer’s) view, the pandemic is “an opportunity for governments to further socialist goals around the world” and for the “tentacles” of feminism to do the same.  (From one of his vids on his channel I FF’d through quickly.)  

Sigh.  I don’t think Kevin is pushing an MGTOW agenda (I’d never heard of that, or MRA - had to look those up after watching the vid, as I was a bit lost) - he geeks out on engineless ocean-sailing, and I don’t think he’s into the whole gender identity politics thing —seems the interviewer is a bitter divorced guy, whereas Kevin is presumably happily single, or perhaps asexual......but who knows. He’s certainly worthy of respect as a very accomplished sailor, that’s for sure.  

Never get to know your heroes too closely, but I agree. I was referring to the rest of the interviewer's channel. Ick.

I think Kevin is an introverted person that approached his social discomforts in a problem solving sort of way and looked for some tools to open his world up - he did say that it did expand his world generally.  I'm not sure that approach always leads to healthy outcomes. "Getting some" aside, my personal view is the best adventure is the one that is shared, but I totally get the desire to be alone.   

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3 hours ago, Elegua said:

Never get to know your heroes too closely, but I agree. I was referring to the rest of the interviewer's channel. Ick.

I think Kevin is an introverted person that approached his social discomforts in a problem solving sort of way and looked for some tools to open his world up - he did say that it did expand his world generally.  I'm not sure that approach always leads to healthy outcomes. "Getting some" aside, my personal view is the best adventure is the one that is shared, but I totally get the desire to be alone.   

Well, that depends.  If someone worthy to share it with doesn't come along, or one that might literally "jump ship" at the first port of call, then going solo cruising (as many have done) has a lot going for it than sitting at the dock for umpteen years waiting for the perfect mate.

Btw I agree with others that Kevin is not putting any agenda out there about being anti female / feminist. It just has not quite worked out for him with one of the fairer sex, so he decided not to wait at the proverbial dock, but cast off and go enjoy his seafaring. 

The interviewer appears to have a bit of a chip though, and seems a bit of a tool, but I think Kev is just a fella enjoying his boat and sailing around and, yeah, good on him.

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1 hour ago, JRC026 said:

Well, that depends.  If someone worthy to share it with doesn't come along, or one that might literally "jump ship" at the first port of call, then going solo cruising (as many have done) has a lot going for it than sitting at the dock for umpteen years waiting for the perfect mate.

Btw I agree with others that Kevin is not putting any agenda out there about being anti female / feminist. It just has not quite worked out for him with one of the fairer sex, so he decided not to wait at the proverbial dock, but cast off and go enjoy his seafaring. 

The interviewer appears to have a bit of a chip though, and seems a bit of a tool, but I think Kev is just a fella enjoying his boat and sailing around and, yeah, good on him.

I made it maybe 15 minutes into that before giving up in frustration.  There are plenty of cruisers who are "just a fella enjoying his boat", but

Anyone who can say "red pill" with a straight face has drunk some pretty nasty Kool Aid.

(... or was that a mixed metaphor).

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2 hours ago, JRC026 said:

Well, that depends.  If someone worthy to share it with doesn't come along, or one that might literally "jump ship" at the first port of call, then going solo cruising (as many have done) has a lot going for it than sitting at the dock for umpteen years waiting for the perfect mate.

Btw I agree with others that Kevin is not putting any agenda out there about being anti female / feminist. It just has not quite worked out for him with one of the fairer sex, so he decided not to wait at the proverbial dock, but cast off and go enjoy his seafaring. 

The interviewer appears to have a bit of a chip though, and seems a bit of a tool, but I think Kev is just a fella enjoying his boat and sailing around and, yeah, good on him.

Yes, so I totally understand wanting to be alone :P . I remember one day sitting at the dock at LM and a small but well sorted out Freedom yacht pulls in. The husband is strangely sheepish and has a big nasty shiner and the wife is at the helm handling the boat noticeably well. The husband says he was hit by the boom and she proceeds to kick him off the boat as soon as the lines are made, "so she can finish her cruise in peace", and after a small engine repair was made she heads out solo. She said she needed her time at sea. The yard manager and I studiously examined our shoes and distant objects while this was going on. 

To be honest I didn't watch past "red pill". 

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13 hours ago, Kris Cringle said:

You can do worse. 

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Reminds me of buddy's 20yr old Ducati.

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$5 gas station swimsuits spay glued on when the fairings got a little ratty.

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Yaba just removed a washing machine out of a void left by cutting away rotting timber - but yeah - all good, totally seaworthy boat worth saving... 

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You're not sinking if you've plugged the busted through hull and water is not entering the boat. Just going to beg for more money.

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I am not nocking the fear....

 

and I would hate to have that happen to me.....

 

It must be bloody awful to have a boat ankle deep in water

 

but surely once the leaking through hull is fixed - which can be done with a wooden plug, or a plastic bag with a sponge in it,  or even plastic bag and cable ties the drama is over.....

just a case of pumping it dry, then arrange to get her brought ashore and clear up the mess

 

My guess is the drama was pretty much over by the time he turned the camera on. - as he said...... the wood was already delaminating.... his mate in the cockpit had arranged a sustainable way of keeping the hand bilge pump going

 

get ready for more fixing up videos

 

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Modern utube sailors seem not to know the difference between sinking and taking on water

could be new seacocks at fault, but I am betting on transducer thru hull getting dislodged

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Overtorqued and/or improper installation? Forespar Marelon install instructions state “HAND SNUG is all you need” for the valve base “with screws into the backing block.” 

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sheesh...the thread is about girls on boats in warm waters and unspoken but implied, in bikinis!  try to keep up and stay focused.  Bobby Doodles is the king and if he ever gets a couple of his young friends AND an Only Fans account...it's new boats for everybody.

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2 hours ago, chester said:

sheesh...the thread is about girls on boats in warm waters and unspoken but implied, in bikinis!  try to keep up and stay focused.  Bobby Doodles is the king and if he ever gets a couple of his young friends AND an Only Fans account...it's new boats for everybody.

To be fair it has drifted around in the most wonderfully unfocused fashion over the years

And

All the better for it

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7 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

To be fair it has drifted around in the most wonderfully unfocused fashion over the years

And

All the better for it

that's your opionion  :>)

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