Sailing Yacht

Atlantic Crossing 3000 Miles





It was the conclusion of November as we established sail from England bound for the Caribbean on Distant Shores I. We have 2 good friends aboard as crew as we established off from Las Palmas for the 3000 mile crossing to the Caribbean. We celebrate New Several years at sea, a lot of rapid sailing, and then surprisingly have to deal with uncommon gentle winds as we strategy Antigua.

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Although we’re obtaining our new boat crafted we’re placing up episodes of our reveals from earlier seasons of Distant Shores.

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21 comments

  1. that was wondrful

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  2. Hi Paul and Cheryl. I have enjoyed your videos for several years now. They are very informative and interesting. The part where you (Paul) used the radio caused me to check out your name at RAC. Interesting callsign (I presume that it's you πŸ™‚ ). Hopefully we'll meet up on the air someday if so. Keep making the vids and have a great day. Fair winds and following seas! 73

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  3. Hello, so I'm in the process of learning how to Sail and just passed the class to Skipper a boat and I'm selling my property to buy a sail boat but how do you guys keep going financially if you don't mind me asking?

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  4. Do you fear hitting (half-)sunken containers or other obstacles which are not visible while crossing the Atlantic ocean?

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  5. You guys are the original vloggers! Thanks for all the years of videos, I used to watch on broadcast tv, loved your sailing and trips! Now I watch sailing on you tube all the time, but you guys are the original, and set the bar so high. Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. Trimaran would do really well in light winds. .. The tips on the sails and rigging are invaluable Thanks.

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  7. A great re-jigging of the video Paul, really enjoyed it. It will be interesting to see what daily mileage DSIII can make !!

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  8. I like that you're revisiting the older footage. Great idea!

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  9. I saw this one when it aired the first time. It's just as enjoyable as before. Excellent

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  10. Great video…how do you plan for your shopping trips ie meals drinks and all the things needed on a long voyage πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

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  11. Like your videos! Such a calm voice. I will do an Atlantic crossing like this, G-d willing, in the next few years. Happy sailing!

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  12. Looks like it was a pretty smooth passage! Sheryl's homemade bread looked delicious! Cheers from Prince Edward Island, Bryan.

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  13. I understood that you guys are Canadian, yet you are flying a British ensign??

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  14. Why do you need watches? Can't you rely on AIS as single-handers do? Thanks.

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  15. Great video! Do you have a gasoline or Diesel engine. I noticed the red fuel cans.

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  16. Thanks a lot for this video, We just think at sea is the best place for at retirement

    Thaks for share

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  17. Great Video! Btw, in what position did you have the centerboard while downwind in the trades?
    Looking at southerly as a boat for myself in the future

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  18. Awesome video!! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Enjoy watching your team smoothly crossing, and new years celebration. Randomotion@Yahoo.com. Jim in Philadelphia

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  20. great video – great people – love you guy's

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  21. I would never stand going that slow… I guess that's why I'm a biker and not a sailor…LOL… Be blessed…BBE..

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