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200 nm Offshore Voyage on a thirty Foot Sailboat





200 nautical mile offshore voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to St. Augustine, Florida on our Catalina thirty sailboat. This was the furthest offshore we have been on Whisper and was quite the passage through the Savannah, Ga shipping site visitors, offshore unlit navy lights, several dolphins subsequent us along the way and quite the tricky night time entry into a tricky shifting sand inlet. Get pleasure from!

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48 comments

  1. YOu are a brave dude hitting the St Aug inlet at night. I would have passed.

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  2. Great video. Love the dolphins!

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  3. I love how the clock is over an hour ahead and he says, “ oh yeah the clock is just a little ahead.” Lol

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  4. awesome dudes on the shrimp boat for sure. You always hear people being so "yay dolphins" when you're out on a passage, but i never thought about being on night passage – that would be sketchy as they just appear as they do 🙂 Cheers guys.

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  5. Hey guys hope you are enjoying the warmer weather in florida. Quick question how long of a sail is it from wrightsville beach nc to florida keys ? I have my boat in wrightsville beach and plan on making the trip next summer. Smooth sailing and fair seas salty crew .

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  6. Thank God that y'all are leaving the cold North and headed down south to do what you love to do and that is to explore and stay warm…LOL

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  7. Thumbs up to Carolina girl, thumbs up to the editor of this vlog, nearly dumped your video when you mentioned visiting family. That was recorded perfectly

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  8. Wondering what you have for an engine in your boat…sounds pretty smooth…also…you cooking with CNG?

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  9. Awesome video guys!!

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  10. So enjoyed your journey once again. So chill music.(Wes' special sauce.) Of all the sailing channels, I am so happy for you two that you are able to enjoy the fruit of your efforts. You guys demonstrated how to do it. Earn the dream. Keep it up.

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  11. Good to see you guys moving again

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  12. That has to be the shortest 'visit home for the holidays' on YouTube ever. I liked it. 🙂

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  13. Good Stuff
    Glad to see you guys on your way
    Stay Blessed

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  14. Where did u get the sphinxes from, I want one.

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  15. Awesome Dolphin footage

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  16. i sail a c30 out of san francisco. we do coastal offshore racing. everyone thinks we're nuts to sail a c30 offshore. glad that you're doing it, gives me someone else to point to, to respond to the haters. fair winds!

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  17. Nice jump! You avoided the worst part of the ICW. Well done!

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  18. Good vid good to see you going somewhere at last , but kill the motor You will be amazed hat you can sail in the light without that motor quieter and a new motor is 10 k so save it

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  19. 10:25 – "Are you lost? You can follow me in."
    Flock of seagulls: "OK! We will!"

    Seriously cool to have fellow boaties looking out for each other!

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  20. Sitting here two weeks in George Town Bahamas. If you guys male or here before we leave June 1st I'm buying you a beer

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  21. Upping the ante on the editing! Nice wk

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  22. Really good Carolina Girl Accent!

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  23. Nice vid. Kudos to the shrimp boat. Hey Wes, what’s up with the ‘fro? Lol.

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  24. hey sure is good to cya back in action,keep her going,paul

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  25. Beautiful footage of the dolphins. Idyllic. These are the moments you sail for… 🦈❤

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  26. And your point is

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  27. It's a sailboat. Not a motorboat.

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  28. Great video, and sorry we missed you in the Bahamas this season. St. Augustine Inlet is hairy in broad daylight, let alone in the dark! NOAA charts don't even bother showing the markers, as they change position so frequently.
    We're now back at Titusville and heading up the coast to Solomons for the summer. Safe travels!

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  29. Those siphons are awesome. I got a few myself for water and fuel transfer. I picked up a plastic one that has a 1" opening and moves water like no other. I like to travel with four 7 gallon water jugs in my offroad utility trailer, and then use this 1" siphon to transfer water very quickly down to a 3 gallon jug that is easier to manhandle throughout the day.

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  30. Lola is so content with you guys and such a fine little sailor. Are you all still in St Augustine?

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  31. I love the way Kate says: "We've arrived" while you are having dinner underway. Very cool.

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  32. If only all plane journeys were that quick 🙂

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  33. I hope you guys enjoy my home town of St. Augustine. I can’t wait to get my own boat someday and be out there on the water myself, thank you guys for the awesome video and safe travels’s…

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  34. No you don't wont to hit that. They are oil drilling platforms. Make big Boom if you hit.

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  35. Smooth …..

    Thanks for sharing 😎

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  36. Another great vid. Killer beats!

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  37. You kids are slowly but surely getting into those warmer waters and weather. The night crossings really look to be quite a nail biting experience, what with those unlit Navy towers out there. I assume they are plotted on the charts, yes? Do you know what their purpose is? Lola looks like she us constantly snuggled up and cozy most of the time. Oh yes, he quesadillas looked really yummy! My wife's favorite as well. That shrimper was way cool to guide you in.

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  38. Wes. Haircut! Oh, that's better.

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  39. Finally after what feels like 6263 years. Weekly vlogs! This shit is so adictive it felt like withdrawal from drugs this whole time 🤣🤣😂😂

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  40. Ok, so I’m a dummy…how’d you prime that siphon?

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  41. Outstanding video! Love what you do,

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  42. Do you ever actually sail? Seems like the motor is always on. Maybe you should you should get a trawler

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  43. GUYS,
    St Augustine's claim to fame is it is the oldest continuously occupied settlement
    within the continental US. Founded by Spanish explorers way back in 1565.
    The whole time the pilgrims were bee boppin' about in new England,
    The Spanish had it going on in St Augustine.

    !

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  44. Did you guys meet up with Rylie and Elayna while in Charleston? Really enjoyed your videos with Billy and Sierra.

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  45. Your C30 is registered in Mississippi? Another great video! I've got hull #825, a bit older than yours!

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  46. Good things happen to good people!! Keep then videos coming!! Enjoy that warm weather!! I was just at the Detroit Tigers game tonight, cold and rainy,we froze our asses off……we get out our 26ft cruiser hopefully by Memorial Day. Fingers crossed on this unpredictable Michigan weather…stay safe you guys.

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  47. You three are the best 🙂

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  48. I think your title maybe a bit misleading 200 miles offshore??

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