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How we Sail at Night time — DAY4 / North Atlantic Crossing | Sailing Uma [Phase 192.04]





We are frequently questioned: How do we continue to keep sailing by means of the night time?
The truth of the matter is, there is no exact science, nor do we actually stick with a rigorous agenda. By out our journey, we figured out a way that operates finest for the two of us. This mini-move presents you a glimpse of how we sail at night time, our check out technique, and what we do to NOT be bored.

Cheers, and see you tomorrow!
D+K

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38 comments

  1. Just an observation from Day 4 but if you are sailing east how does the sun rise astern of you? Fair winds.

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  2. You two are the best youtubers. I love you and i watch you now for 2 years.

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  3. Yes there is a reason to be in the cockpit at night, to watch for danger, that`s why it`s called a watch, (to keep watch). fair winds and following seas, keepsmilin.

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  4. Those birds looked like Albatross, but not sure why so far North, nice to see wildlife no matter what it is.

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  5. what is the date of these videos ?

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  6. what is the date of your crossing?

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  7. I love the Night Shift no bosses no stupid people nobody to brother You and look over your sholder 😁 i like very much how You boat look at Night time and the camuflage lights and noise of rock and rolling 💙

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  8. “…we get rounded up and sails start to luft”. No idea what that means

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  9. Hey. I am not experience sailer, but would moror make sense in your situation? Or rather to save fuel?

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  10. The steps on this cruise so far have been very interesting and enjoyable…..thank you both!!

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  11. I dont know how you guys do it….it sounds so loud when you are trying to sleep. Ear plugs?

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  12. An old man of the sea told me "if you are in a hurry, take a plane. "

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  13. Albatross I believe.? They live on the ocean only going ashore to breed, and they fly thousands of miles on end! A sign of good fortune to sailors 😊

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  14. Congested chest, boil water, breath in steam and hold 10 seconds and repeat several times ( 10 times ) this will loosen the congestion in the chest so when you cough it up you get rid of. Believe me it works.

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  15. Been attempting to lock in on your location via Vesselfinder and MarineTraffic unsuccesfully as you cross the Atlantic, seems strange that neither service has UMA on their AIS except for the UMA in Vanuatu. Request; can you provide is with present lat/log during your video clips. Thank You

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  16. I was wondering how you manage electricity on long passaged.

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  17. Don't see why you don't troll a heavy line during the day for a fresh fish or two to eat, you could catch a Tuna how about that, I know I would be trolling my butt-off for some fresh fish to eat. Or maybe you guys don't like fish or cleaning them ?

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  18. It appears that you do not have and SSB. Can you please tell us why not, particularly as one can buy a good used one with a tuner for as little as $1,000? Thank you for your great videos!

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  19. Hello you guys from Russia! I have a question for You, why Don't you fish?

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  20. How come the sunrise is behind the boat, when you are sailing from west to east?

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  21. Amazing how timeless the ocean can be.

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  22. Thanks guys for the reply on my last comment! It's really great to see you guys taking a different route than what most sailors choose to cross the Atlantic. The daily details these vlogs give us are much appreciated 😊

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  23. Stay Safe

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  24. I am trying to save up some of these, not just watch them as soon as they come out, but it's impossible…

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  25. Puh I wouldn't want to get stuck in the middle of the ocean with no wind. What if the wind doesn't return for weeks? Do you have enough water, food and supplies then?

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  26. Great job showing the swells. It’s really hard to convey via video your deck shots provided great prospective.

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  27. Did you name your windvane?
    I had a Cap Horn and named him Eves (after Eves Galenas). The autopilot we named squeaky.
    We would write in our log who was steering that watch and it usually said Eves. He did an interesting video of his round the world trip including a dismantling in the southern ocean. As well as clowning around with kites to get overhead shots.

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  28. GOD BLESS YOU BOTH…!!! WATCHING YOU FROM OKLAHOMA…!!! 🙂🐳🐋🐬🐟🐡🦈🦑🦐🦞⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵

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  29. Hi guys, its very nice this day to day vlog of the passage. I have a question, your are sailing east and your have the sunrise at your stern is this possible?

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  30. It's amazing how you can make such a good movie about an otherwise boring apassage across the Atlantic 😄😉😉 I really love and enjoy your channal…🙃

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  31. Hi! I would like to know what is temperature inside and are you using woodheater or do you have some other heater installed?

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  32. Ya all sure captured some nice ocean swells in this episode!

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  33. Love the creaky ropes sounds

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  34. You 2 make a fantastic team
    Love your work guys
    God bless

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  35. 41°43′57″N 49°56′49 When there say a prayer!

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  36. what are those white things in your ears ?

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  37. love the calm water footage in this one! so beautiful. The north atlantic is so beautiful, even that far from land

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  38. Red at night is a sailors delight. however red in the morning, sailor take warning. Y'all be safe!

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