Sailing Yacht

Going DEEP With A Disgusting Blister Confession Ep.70





At any time ponder what it is really like having parasitic worms?
There is practically nothing like draining boat blisters to deliver up some adolescent nostalgia!
Ahh… these extensive hours invested in front of the bathroom mirror, squeezing and popping… fantastic instances.

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  1. Great shows. Only note I would make is protect your lungs with at least dusk masks. 👍

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  2. She told you what to take….because she is a doctor. Or did you see a real doctor…

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  3. “SAILING WITH ACNE”

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  4. I thought that the “FIRST STEP, WAS THE TWO STEP”! ?!?!

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  5. Trade your sail boat for a motor yacht!! Then you can have a new channel;
    “PARASITES ON A POWER YACHT”!

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  6. OMG. Boat repair as a metaphor for life. Parasites, acne, the dentist. You're not exactly making a great selling argument. LOL. But it is very funny. You're going great. Love your vids.

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  7. You should have built up the blister spots with chopped strand fiberglass then sanded it. That way there would be structure inside the resin. But since I know you are still sailing it must have worked, at least for now.

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  8. Those blisters swell create channels through hydraulics in the glass and go someplace else and create another blister.

    That light shallow repair isn't good enough.

    Even if you chase the blister channels.

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  9. Also please get a proper 3m mask or other brand for proper ppe for your lungs!

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  10. Glad to see you got a good Bosch sander they make all the difference in bottom work. A tip on filling anything with epoxy, is you want to wet out the area first with some un-thickened epoxy and let it get before you spread the thickened stuff in there. It let's it bond better to your surface.

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  11. Crap South Africa is a great place to live. Sure we have issues like all countries. Not want to sugar coat anything but still have a quality of life like most developed countries.

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  12. Hahahah. You guys are gaining some momentum.. cant wait to see yall spend some adventure time on that sweet bike!

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  13. If you have blisters that size there, safe to say you have a bunch under your gel coat. I would have taken a 2ft square somewhere to see. Moisture meter does wonders. Sometimes would have to wait months in order to cover with epoxy. If you sand all bottom paint them lil guys would show up. Use the yellow bondo spreaders. Work great. Dominican republic, cool just started watching you guys.

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  14. absolutely in love with the duct tape shades on the goggles!

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  15. The practice of over sizing the fiberglass mat is a bit of a risky technique. The reason why is that you want the glass fibers well below the surface to avoid water absorption into and wicking through the glass. Also normally for completing a larger repair you start with a small piece and work your way out to the larger pieces trying to follow the original layup as best as possible. When you get to the final layers, and their edges, make sure they are beneath the profile of the hull and topped over with resin as a replacement for the gelcoat. When you do your final sanding you do not want to be exposing those fiber strands. (disclaimer, small blister repairs are/have a bit discretion and often do not even need any glass, just thickened epoxy).

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  16. it seems like from watching your videos, the boating life is hanging out in the sun, then getting some pump fixed, then something else snaps, then more sun, then something else breaks and you have to get the part, repeat,repeat.

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  17. Hey Michel/Joel,
    Happy birthday Michel for whenever it was🤗
    Have you guys disabled comments for general/ non patron viewers?
    As I cannot comment on your last post. Just asking? It’s no biggie. I will still be watching and laughing and enjoying your adventures.
    Tried to comment a couple of times but just would adhere to comments section.
    Btw, love the in- tro! Think you guys should redo out-tro. Something in the pirate theme again but more raw but still tongue in cheek.
    Love and Blessings

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  18. The early europeans did not drink the water or eat the vegies, they drank wine N beer ate dried meat, Fun!!

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  19. Love your channel! Have watched every episode 😉
    I live in a beautiful coastal town called Mossel Bay, South Africa. I can assure you it's a beautiful town to live in, and South Africa is not as bad as you might think… why don't you guys come check it out? That would be quite an adventure…lol…

    keep them episodes coming..

    ps! also saving for a sailboat hoping to start sailing in a year's time..

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  20. Good work. Keep at it.

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  21. It's gotta suck getting blisters on your bottom!!! LOL

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  22. Are those blisters equally spaced, if so what’s on the other side that could be a cause. Just a thought

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  23. Acne! I feel your adolescent pain Joel!!

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  24. When the boat is first pulled out, the very first thing to do is locate and mark all the blisters because many of them will disappear as they dry out and they will be back soon after you launch if you don’t get them all. I like to walk around with a sharp wood chisel and chip them and again right after pressure washing. When the hull is dry I’ll circle them with a marker. Later I dish them out with a grinder. I have assorted suction cups with hoses that are plumbed to valves manifold (think aquarium) then to a vacuum pump. This will get the vile smelling vinegar like stuff out quickly in a 24 hours Vs months to dry. The dished areas must not have any residue and I use repeated wipings of xylene. Finally multiple layers of glass and West Systems epoxy. Lots of work to do it right.

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  25. Great video guys look at that number of likes1.3k.

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  26. 1,2,3,67,89,125…….

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