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Sail Everyday living – A new leak, surprise storage & shiny stainless steel – Warrior 38 – Diy sailboat refit





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Yet another exciting weekend in “Diy sailboat refit”-land. Occur aboard Athena – my Warrior 38 sailboat. I find out a new leak, some new storage and place up some wonderful looking shiny stainless steel. NB! Reward Jökull footage at the conclude of the online video 🙂

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37 comments

  1. Found your channel on the refit of Athena and really like the detail you put into each episode. But I have a suggestion; could you number your videos so we know which is next on the list? When YouTube post your videos they not necessarily in chronological order. If you number them, those late comers will know immediately which video is next. Thanks!

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  2. "…put a lid on this episode" I had to laugh when you said that! Never lose that sense of humor Mads! I know you plan on removing that teak deck but I wonder if some of your water leaks are coming from that source. Seems like boats with older teak decks have lots of leaks from corroded screws.

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  3. Who in the hell down voted this video?

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  4. Sweet…..setting alarm to wake up for it!

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  5. Mads……I'm Jonsing for video and it's gonna be another week…….

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  6. Brilliant channel Mads. Your workmanship, enthusiasm and attention to detail is great to watch. All the best.

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  7. really enjoying your videos. yours is one of two sailing channels I've stuck with as all the others seem to be turning into fashion shoots. keep up the hard/good work m8

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  8. Will you put a small bead of black or grey silicone caulk on all the seams of the stainless steel? Easy enough to apply or remove, plus a crisp look and no water behind the sheet metal.

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  9. This is going to really sound silly…but I'm looking for the same kind of pants your wearing in this video. You see I am a cabinet maker here in the states and wear out pants like there's no tomorrow . if you  could send me a link to wear I might purchase some that would be fantastic.
    Now back to the show  🙂   Cant wait to see you move on board, and get her wet.

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  10. Wow, you're building practically a new boat!!! It is very exiting to follow you in your work! Much to learn!!!
    Ps,. Most of boats use to leak but it is funny: once I had an old and very cheap boat, 23 f and this boat was much better in rain than much more expensive such 🙂 No leaks at all!

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  11. Think we all need to take a look at this site if anyone
    gives a PayPal or patreon donation on it its not going to you but THEM

    https://sailing-channels.com/

    He seems to think he has the right to do what he wants when
    he emailed us

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  12. Tack för fina videon! Uppskattar ditt arbete!

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  13. Almost like in the old Adam Sandler movies, you can put your weed in there 😉

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  14. Okay, I really need you to understand your videos are like Saturday morning cartoons – when I was kid, I wait all week for these videos, and when you don't post them on Sunday's it just sucks, disappointed, I feel like I was robbed of something. Where is your 01/29 video ughhh. We are having withdraws

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  15. looks great and I don't think you will even see the screws!

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  16. I miss you. Hope all is well.

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  17. Re-watching on your off week. Gotta have my Sail Life fix.

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  18. Mads, I recommend you varnish your teak moldings before you install them. Less work, better results.

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  19. NO ZIP TIES!
    Google "Cable Lacing". It takes longer but It will last longer, not snap in the cold, turn out absolutely beautiful. 😉

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  20. Non boating question here. What watch is that you're wearing? Love the videos by the way.

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  21. good place to keep your contraband items 😉

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  22. Can't wait to see what Athena will look like later this spring when Jess and I will stop by on our way to Sweden and Joya..=*^)

    Amazing work as always! By the way – when you're done with Athena you're very very welcome to come stop by us on Björkö.

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  23. Well Mads …. What can I say …… You are a pretty funny guy !!! ; 0 D

    I came to your channel, after I saw your visit to British Columbia, Canada, (where I happen to live), in Alfy's channel and followed the link.

    I just finished watching all of your videos and of course, I subscribed and I gave every single one of them a "BIG FAT THUMB-UP".

    Your videos are not only educative, (I've learned tons by watching them), but also funny and very entertaining as well, I couldn't help not to crack laughing in several occasions.

    No doubt, you are a very talented person …… Is there anything at all that you can't do ??? ;0)

    I'll continue to follow your progress and I wish you all the best.

    Cheers !!!

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  24. Mads,

    it's Wednesday afternoon January 25th and I'm sitting in the cabin of my Catalina 30, Windsong. the boat is currently shrink-wrapped and on the hard up in Lake Erie, Ohio. The temperatures outside today or in the fifties. I'm currently working on a do-it-yourself project, reworking the hatch openings that were curious to large when the boat was made in 1989.

    Mads, you make your project so easy.

    Ken V

    Windsong
    Port Clinton, Ohio

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  25. Hi Mads … just wondered why don't you promote your Patreon page more ?  …I'm sure lots of people that follow you would gladly donate just to help you continue with the awesome videos! Also at some point can you give some background on how you learned to sail ? Hi to Jökull ..he's the real star 🙂

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  26. For getting (dirty) water out of a closed compartment I use one of those hand vacuum pumps for changing motor oil. Works great like a small vacuum cleaner on manual power.
     The tube of these pumps is narrow and can get blocked by waste in the water. I put a very thin metal wire all through the tube. So when it gets stuck it is easy to unblock again.

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  27. I have just started a new Vlog my self called cooking on The Corsican , it is manly about what you can achieve cooking on a boat with limited facilities , if your interested give us a look thanks …javascript:PopWin2('

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  28. Why don't you use a wet/dry vac for the bilge? Thanks.

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  29. Man, I looove your dog. He is so cute!! Ok, I like your channel too…

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  30. nice job 👍

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  31. I've watched your videos for awhile now and it's finally appears to me that you like working on boats more then sailing them.

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  32. I don't know how you do it, but you make 20 mins of watching a dude do manual labor entertaining!

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  33. most informative video's!!!! keep up the great work on boat and video's!!!

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  34. amazing job fantastic so happy for you loved this nice and long video

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  35. Well done as usual Mads, good looking ahead with the secret compartment!

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  36. The moisture reader reminds me of a tricorder from Star Trek

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