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Mighty Tropical Cyclone Debbie Displays Us Her Fury (Sailing SV Sarean) Ep. 3





Tucked up a mangrove creek with preparations carried out, we await the arrival of a Category five Tropical Cyclone (TC Debbie) – and she was a BEAST! Watch as we sit by 3 days of furious weather, then head again to Shute Harbour to find the carnage there.

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Swimming with Turtles and Acquiring Waterfalls in the Whitsunday Islands (Episode 1)

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25 comments

  1. Great video no over the top acting

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  2. This was fun. Thank you for sharing this video! It was almost like I was there with these people. I do love a good storm. Specially when you are on a boat..

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  3. That man was looking at that lady like it might be the last day together

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  4. The roaring sound of the wind reminds me of when I was camping in a large storm a few years ago at a music camp. We probably had wind gusts of roughly 120+ km/hr. It was interesting, luckily not many tents failed and I was lucky cause my parents spent extra on buying a tent with a sturdy frame. It just made me fell a bit safer

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  5. Wish I had been onboard to experience it …

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  6. Fair dinkum mate, hats off to both of you guys. had it have been me i would have been packen it, there is no substitute for experience. Love your video's.

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  7. wow……unbelievable …..you are so lucky …..stay safe …..

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  8. Don't know a thing about sailing nor interested, but I watching you two laugh in the face of kaos. You guys are amazing thank you for all the amazing video…

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  9. Lucky people in the Lee of a cliff or mountain. A good skipper with foresight.

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  10. that guy looks like a weirdo with those looks on his face

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  11. Wow that was wild . What an adventure ! I would have been scared. Are there alligators in the mangroves? Just started watching your videos excellent!

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  12. Wow, pretty wild. Thanks for the video!

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  13. You are suppose to say 'It was my idea"… Just saying 🙂

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  14. Man I wish I could do this another $100 dollars coming to you

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  15. come to trinidad and tobago

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  16. Wow. …
    Unbelievable….
    Great job. ..
    From Brazil.

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  17. ladys voice is so annoying

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  18. That is insane

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  19. I love the mangroves , FNQ through and through , I've been in 5 cyclones love it

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  20. This video is BS,, Cat 5????

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  21. A bit of a hit or miss situation, one side of the storm will have devastating winds while the other side will get a lot of rain. Looks like the marina was just on the wrong side of the storm.

    I often wonder how if it's better to be tied down either at a marina or in a mangrove patch or to meet the storm on the open sea being mobile enough to position yourself for the storm and then being hove to and hope you're well away from land and other vessels.

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  22. Wow! Really captured it. We’ve ridden them out on land, but never had the guts to stay on the boat. Great video!

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  23. In those situations always moor up always head to the wind as the bow can help to divert the winds, never moor transom to wind as it will cause more damage as its a bigger target.

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  24. You guys could have made some good dough with REX in that aftermath, wow mother nature is at times truly disheartening. Be safe you guys and thanks for the great videos

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  25. Moorings are the worst, you get a vertical force on your bow, your boat is designed for the horizontal force of an anchor with a long scope. It's hard to believe only 14 people died from that storm.

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