Sailing Yacht

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  1. Wow

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  2. So short 👎

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  3. That's so extreme,

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  4. Holy crap ,hard work and nerves of steel.my hats off to you sir.

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  5. I wouldnt die by the ocean, but i would die by vomiting all my electrolytes out

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  6. Just plain sailing…

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  7. Fun? Watching a movie is fun, running with your dog is fun …. this looks ORGASMIC !!!!

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  8. you´d better have a go staff on board

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  9. Tough I meant. Stupid Autocorrection

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  10. Though

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  11. Main sail. Wind abeam ? Heaving to ?
    Wondering about storm tactics on 50 ft.
    Thanks for the vid.

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  12. A Canting Keel Wing masted Elliott 50 called sportivo.

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  13. what kind of boat?

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  14. jesus…

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  15. bad way die

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  16. Is this a clip from the next episode of The Walking Dead?

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  17. Extreme

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  18. And a friend of me always looks surprised when I am telling him I will never go around the world on a sailboat.

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  19. That is one scary video. Were you guys racing or just cruising for the joy of it? 🙂

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  20. Great job you guys!

    That's extremely impressive.

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  21. @biscayforce12 I'm not the only one thinking that you talk shit

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  22. @fsant653 As you weren't there you just wouldn't know what happened. You can be as offensive as you like but until you've experienced 110kts in a sailing boat keep you ignorant mouth shut and you're equally ignorant thoughts to yourself. (As the saying goes "It's better to let them think your stupid than to open your mouth and prove them right").

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  23. @biscayforce12 Fuck ass, a airplane can take off like a chopper at that speed

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  24. @jm21390 You can very plainly see that the conditions were pretty difficult.

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  25. @DisruptiveMoose I'm obviously RIGHT mate. How would you know. You weren't there.
    Why don't you read the other comments I've made. Just cos you don't get out much doesn't make you any authority at all. You need to have been there to have known what happened. I know 110kts is a lot of wind. But when your on a 77ft yacht that was built and rigged to take on the Southern Ocean then running in 110kts is hairy but survivable. I Know. I survived. Along with the other 13 crew members. As did the boat.

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  26. watch?v=4JaNFoCRVOc <— OMG YOU GUYS NEED TO SEE THIS ITS SO INCREDIBLE

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  27. @BooBooNZ I'm 13 and the most I've been in is 30 knots 😀

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  28. "Now, me? I was scared. But Lieutenant Dan? He was MAD."

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  29. This is not fake this is real as it gets

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  30. epic.

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  31. That is fcking kick ass

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  32. @TommyGuitarful Rubbish has 2 B's. Small storms? What do you mean? If you mean winds of 70kts+ in a sailing boat then the answer is 4. 1st time English channel July '76 as recorded by the Coast Guard. 2nd time South Atlantic January '78 on "Condor". 3rd time March '78 English Channel on "Condor" and 4th time Bay of Biscay January '98 on Swan 68. Does that answer your question?

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  33. "Splice the main brace" to that!!!! Thumbs up if you know what im talking about

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  34. FAKE

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  35. @BooBooNZ He said that he'd been in two big storms, he didn't give any more information than that. For all you know he could have been on a scow crossing the Gulf of Alaska, where we do get those kinds of winds, or he could have been anchored in a wind tunnel on the outer North Pacific coast . Stop being so arrogant.

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  36. June I think, about 2004.

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  37. What month was this?

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  38. intense

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  39. @BooBooNZ I think he was trolling because it looks pretty hardcore to me!

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  40. @BooBooNZ You're right about this bloke talking shit. I've spent 30 years sailing profesionally & like you I've been out in some frightening weather. But I wouldn't imagine that the wind speed was gusting to more than 60 kts. Didn't check. I was too busy staying alive.

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  41. @xROLLINDICEx
    Yes, I know.
    When you stand next to your crew mates and shout in their ear and they still can't here you.
    When the sea turns white.
    When your quarter wave is picked up and swept across the boat as a continuous cascade of flying spray.
    When visibility is down to the bow of your boat.
    When rigging has gone past moaning and is screeching.
    When you can't stand up.
    When if anything goes wrong it's going to cost you your life.
    I know.

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  42. little choppy eh?

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  43. wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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  44. anvedi!!! bella barca!!!

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  45. There's always the "That's not a real storm!" trolls who insist that the storm shown is a piddling nothing compared to the storms that they've sailed in. It's practically a rule of YouTube commenting!

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  46. @jm21390 your a douche. it looks like they have 2 or 3 feeds in the main, sheet a long way eased and the boat is still burning along.
    trust me. its fresh

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  47. epic.

    post more.

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  48. YOU ARE CRAZY!

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  49. Ahhhhh… the peaceful Pacific 🙂

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