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Rowing Across two Oceans in 1 Year — Sailing Uma [Phase 195]





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50 comments

  1. Very interesting video.

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  2. (@00:40) Oh yeah! Yamaha baby – first time, every time! 😉

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  3. Guys, look up for a brazilian saylor called Amyr Klink. He crossed the Atlantic from Africa to Brazil on a rowing boat. And he did it alone. Took him 100 days. There is a book also.

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  4. If anyone pulls out, i am ready!?

    all the best…

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  5. No engine, no noise, no head, no shower, no safety in rough weather! NO MATTER!

    Row hard! Row forever! Row fast!
    — I was in crew, for a bit, back in the day. We would only row for an hour or two … then land!
    — a few knot current against you, or high winds (and waves) could be very discouraging.
    — fair winds!

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  6. We live in Geraldton Western Australia so will keep an eye out!

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  7. Incredible video and wonderful work they are doing!

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  8. Thank you so much for this. You guys are so in touch.

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  9. One of your very best episodes! Well done, you two!❤️

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  10. Cool video. Thanks.

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  11. Are you guys still on the south coast ? Are you having a viewer meet up? Missed you at the boat show and would love to say hi! Very local to you there at the top of Portsmouth harbour

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  12. I don't like the fact that you write on the walls below. Even in solitary sailboat. In the end, it looks like a subway underpass.

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  13. Truly Inspiring!

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  14. Does the toqeedo help with the audio and filming? We sold a few high voltage systems to Disney world so they could shoot for while moving.

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  15. I looked into doing this about 10 years ago. It's an expensive trip!

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  16. Wow guys 👌🏼

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  17. Wow guys 👌🏼

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  18. Great video! Its awesome seeing people doing different aspects on the water, all following their crazy ambitions! 5000 miles in a row boat is incredible

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  20. Great looking row boat.  Love the color and the curves.

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  21. My mom used to paddle me when bad, but this is one big hurt paddling . Carry-on

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  22. Yeah put your back into it.

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  23. Your filmmaking skills really shine with these little documentary’s. I love all of your videos but this one is particularly good.

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  24. How long ago was this filmed? I was on the swan river in Perth WA yesterday and saw a very similar boat / canoe / woman out practicing?

    Is this

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  25. Great video but my great great great grandfather rowed from England to Australia wearing chains hahahaha

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  26. I really like that guys advice….. if you want to do something, do it!
    But think long and hard before you head out into the ocean in a row boat!!!!

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  27. That takes some serious dedication to rely on your body to get across an ocean. Anybody who does this is immediately on my list of heroes.

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  28. Nicely done video guys!

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  29. Should have a sail, like a raft.

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  30. Amazing crew with a fantastic mission. Thanks Dan & Kika!

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  31. You skipped the important question: where’s the head?

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  32. Let them borrow your outboard. I won’t tell.

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  33. I can see it now…next iteration will be the Uma Galley

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  34. No thank you.

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  35. 14 seconds on the oars and D&K are in sync…yup, they definitely ought to be together!

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  36. No guts, no glory 💪💪💪

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  37. *Rowing Uma

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  38. Very physical, but the mental part of their trip, omg

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  39. Axe throwing , and rowing good stuff — got the message Parkinson's disease Thanks

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  40. Great episode! I never got the inside scoop on people who do this kind of thing before. 2 questions:
    – 3 people exert themselves like this must need to consume an amazing amount of calories every day. How do they pack enough food and what do they eat?
    – the compass is at the stern with them facing aft. Do they have to reverse the compass setting or is there a way to adjust it so if they need to go due south, they are looking at due south.
    Amazing adventure but I’ll take sails any day.

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  41. Thanks for such a cool video. I just watched Losing Sight Of Shore on Netflix about 4 women who rowed across the Pacific. Serious respect to these rowers.

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  42. Man I need some of those oars and oarlocks for my dingy I bet I could hit a plane

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  43. Getting told off for rowing and then they realise the ship was at fault. This was so interesting.

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  44. cool episode

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  45. I'd much rather have sails. But man, kudos to them!!! I enjoyed this video a lot.

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  46. Sailing across an ocean is certainly appealing, but rowing…. you’re crazy!

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  47. I would imagine your hands would get sooooo raw… Have to build up massive callouses – yes? Do they wear gloves at all???… Ouch!!!

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  48. This is a really cool story and a very well produced and edited episode. Thanks for sharing!

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  49. Very interesting, thanks Folks!

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  50. How many calories per day and how do you provision for that much food on a boat that size?

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