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OCEAN PASSAGE Australia to NEW CALEDONIA – 4 Seasons of Wind in One particular Working day (Sailing SV Sarean) EP. 73





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Meg’s cancer journey has place a halter on us for very long more than enough. This week we are pursuing our Gypsea hearts as we established sail across the ditch to New Caledonia. Be a part of us as we start off a mini-collection on passage-building existence – this week sharing insights into what drives us as we knowledge 4 seasons of wind in one particular working day.

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Music Credits:
Gypsea Heart – Pass up Max – 04:forty six
Heartbeat – Sailr – 07:44 / 09:05 & 09:52

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38 comments

  1. We're keen to know. Would you sail an ocean passage?

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  2. Hi guys good
    Luck

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  3. Love those passages more than any island beach… nice editing and music, as always. Thank, you two lovebirds!

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  4. Fantastic Video Meg, and the music soothes the soul. The more sea miles… the better, from the Gold Coast !!!
    A little job for Daz… sand and paint that Whisker pole… stands out like a sore thumb lol
    missing you guys xx

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  5. This is one of the better videos of the joy of being at sea. Put me right back where I love the most.

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  6. Awesome video!

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  7. Bon Voyage to you both, hope it all goes well and smooth sailing! As to "would I sail an ocean passage ?" I would love to try, probably as crew on a yacht, I`m a bit too old to be buying an offshore yacht and setting off, will have to stick to the Sunmaid trailer sailer for my adventures

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  8. Hi Meg and Daz, omg, so lovely to see you both and Sarean on an ocean passage and the steady motion. You left in that window when you got the westerlies which was so awesome to leave Southport… hopefully you have a heap more footage to edit into your great vids… Safe passage peeps! PS: the week I had off Townsville sailing was great but very little wind 3 weeks ago… this last 7 days however have been a lovely 25-30kn so idea for heavy or larger monos πŸ™‚ xx Tony F Brisbane.

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  9. Oh that looks so beautiful! Glorious. And that was a vege curry to sustain you during the first night? Yum Yum. Safe Sailing πŸ˜πŸ‘

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  10. to answer your question – YES I would be keen to sail. I have + – 28 000 nm experience, that's not why I am commenting though – you guys are original keep up the good work and thank you for making me smile. be blessed. All the way from Richards Bay – South Africa

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  11. Best of luck Meg and Darren. Hope you have a series drogue.

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  12. Bon Voyage and smooth seas. Visited Noumea in 1977 (a long time ago). A beautiful place but found it to be very expensive. Some of the islands surrounding Noumea are worth a visit. Isle de Pines to my memory is definitely worth a visit.

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  13. Great video! I always enjoy passage making videos. There's something about being in the middle of nowhere that humbles you and finds you peace. Music was as good as ever. You two are a class act. Sail well my friends on Sarean <3 <3

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  14. beautiful episode!

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  15. Meg you have such a infectious laugh its Brilliant. I have been in the music business my whole life but my dream is to buy our sailboat and get going. Love to you both from a Brit Living in Southern California. x

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  16. 30 knots running down wind , Headsail alone , 47 footer , love it . I often see vids of cruisers trying to wing it in strong winds with 2 reefs in the main when they only gotta do what yous are doing , fairwinds .

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  17. You two are are great always feel better after watching you guy's. Fair winds and following seas.

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  18. I will never forget the majesty of watching the sun set and rise over a horizon of nothing but ocean while I was in the U.S. Navy. There is something about it that infuses the salt and the sea into your blood for the rest of your life. I will always long for the ocean. So grateful to you guys for sharing a bit of it with us.

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  19. Yes! Sailing!

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  20. What a beautiful, peaceful video,

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  21. I'll be interested ti hear if Noumea Marina has been cleaned up of all the plastics in it. I remember in 1990 coke & lemonade bottles knee deep. That memory & the open sewers has stayed with me all these years. Sorry about the gloom but I would be interested.

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  22. Awesome mates! Such a salty man and sensual couple. Best vid I say! Yeah baby!

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  23. Hello Meg and Mc dazzle, so glad that your health is good and that you two are off on a grand adventure. Another beautiful video always made better by your wonderful attitude. Cheers

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  24. Crusie vlog, nice music, great editing thank you, look forward to more

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  25. What makes us sail oceans, independence, adventure, excitement, because we can and are sick of the crowds and the sillieness that is becoming the norm now. It's another world out there and I still miss it. May the wind always be at your back, and the sun shine upon you.

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  26. Pleasant video thanks for sharing

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  27. My wife & I found that cutting a large clorox or detergent container in half & shaping it a little like a urinal (using the half with the handle) worked superbly for both of us for peeing within the cockpit when on passage. It was easy to empty over the lee side of the cockpit & still remain secure & was MUCH easier & quicker & cleaner than using the head inside the boat, especially in a bigger seaway. No bracing on the head or pumping, messing with valves, sloshes over the rim, etc. We used the same bottle for 5 years, attached to a stanchion with some thin line & kept it stored inverted & secured over the top of a spare anchor shank when not in use. When we had visitors in the cockpit & they asked what we used "that" for we simply replied we used it as a bailer sometimes lol. It was brilliant! Try it, you'll like it!

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  28. Cool start to your passage,best wishes always😊

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  29. Wonderfully uplifting, thank you xxx from the uk

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  30. thank you both xx

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  31. Gorgeous!!

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  32. Were you in Numea same time as Life in a nutshell? They just released a video also now heading from south Minerva to Numea. Althought I know that the actual times of filming and releasing those videos are different.

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  33. thoroughly enjoyed.
    thankyou very much.

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  34. love that hat…lol its the coolest

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  35. Always uplifting. You two are good for the soul.

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  36. Wow.. That's one noisy autopilot… πŸ™‚

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  37. I cant wait to see your New Caledonia videos.

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  38. Hi you guys I have been away for a bit but now I am back. This video is awesome.

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