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Why meticulous checks, reasonable stowage and forward setting up are key for a trouble free of charge passage in stormy conditions. To come across out a lot more about Yachting Worlds .

Even just after crossing the Atlantic, I nevertheless imagine some of the worst wind and sea condition I have confronted has been in the Gulf of Mexico. As Phillip and I prepare to sail .

We exhibit how to determine squalls and prepare the boat and crew to weather them securely so that they can even be liked as an exhilarating and refreshing .

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10 comments

  1. any more episodes available?

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  2. I agree with everything except the use of long tether lines because they are dangerous. It is better and safer practice for the tether lines to reach to ankle length only. Then additional double ended ones can be added if necessary. This idea of having one long one to be able to cross the deck is not a good idea either. It is better to have one at the base of the mast double ended ready in case of need. If you fall overboard on a long tether you will be dragged along and drowned in seconds is the reason.

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  3. Great video,many thanks

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  4. How in the heck did our sailing forefathers survive w/o all this BS ?Chay Blygh sailed in the golden globe race in 1968 w/o even a life jacket on board.Robin knox Johnston said that back then[1968] nobody even used lifelines.In the clipper ships men were all over the rigging like apes with no lifelines with amazingly few falling or drowning or being lost at sea.Joshua Slocum never learned to swim.Bernard Mointessier had no VHS with channel 16 to the coast guard but used a slingshot to pass messages.All these men were storm experts and heavy weather sailors.Just makes ya wonder how much of this is merchandise[money]driven.How about Capt.Bligh of the HMS Bounty and his band of cast aways in an open boat that sailed all the way to Timor?I wonder if his chart table was the right type or if his bilge pumps were sized correctly to the vessel with about 5 inches of freeboard if that!Just make ya wonder.Hopefully there was non slip paint on the bottom of their dingy.Ha!

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  5. Why you old salty son of a biscuit eater, the best I've seen, I'll save and download and show every guest I have abroad, thanks

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  6. amazingly good information. unlike any i have ever seen. I have watched 100's of sailing video's. this is the best of the best in this category. regardless of where it originated, i sincerely thank you.

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  7. Very useful tips! 👍

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  8. excellent video and advice.

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  9. how about crediting Don Street, the artist presenting this, rather than just re-uploading

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  10. Shame you did not edit the end properly. The content deserves it.

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