Sailing Yacht

Offshore on a Catalina 30 Sailboat





We go right away, offshore from Cape Dread, North Carolina to Charleston, South Carolina in our Catalina 30 sailboat. This passage was close to 130 nautical miles. Was not the simplest passage but we obtained it completed and it received us further together operating from the cold.

Vlog # 133

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Chillhop Intended to Be by Sacho

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43 comments

  1. Sorry about the brief hiatus. We are just getting our wifi straightened out in the Bahamas right now. Thank you for you patience! We'll be doing a lot more online now that we are in Abaco. Be on the lookout for more and potentially some livestreams! Not sure where yet, facebook live, instagram live, or youtube live? anyone have a preference?

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  2. you should have bought a powerboat seeing as you dont use your mainsail…lazy lazy lazy

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  3. Like your little 4-legged mate!

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  4. I'm totally thrilled you guys are back! Kate deserves a nice vacation in the Bahamas after all that seasickness. Be safe and have fun!

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  5. Great video. Did you get new HD cameras? The picture seems especially amazing.

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  6. Glad to see you guys back online. Safe travel!

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  7. BTW, I'm really happy that Dollar Shave Club supports you.
    I don't mind the advertising during the video if it helps keep you Sailing! Hugs to you all.

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  8. I love following your adventures.
    FYI The one time I was experiencing seasickness, I ate half of an apple and I felt really good shortly after that.
    Stay safe!!

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  9. Come down to st-maarten, caribs on my yacht…

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  10. 51k subs and rolling. Go Wicked Salty Go!

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  11. That did not look like fun. Better weather is on the way!! Keep hangin tough!!

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  12. You spelled 'coastal' wrong.

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  13. That looked rough! It's difficult to film the waves and truly get a feeling for the size of them You did a great job. Don't know how you stayed up all night piloting that boat. Good for you!

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  14. Well done your into it good seas just what the boat is made for , I here the motor on , save it you don’t need it at sea , move the camera back so more scenery comes into the video , good sailing thanks

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  15. I was starting to wonder if you just decided to stop producing videos or were shipwreck somewhere 😉

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  16. I would go for quality rather than quantity.
    Just saying. Big fan tho, right from the start. You on an inflatable to get to your boat. Also drinking beer with your mates. Smiles, time just keeps rolling. Cheers to you both. (X)

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  17. Nice meeting you in Hopetown. Looking to more Salty episodes! If you have a WiFi extender there is an open router near Boat Harbor Marina on the west side of Marsh Harbor named "foscam". Sick bandwidth!

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  18. Kate watching Friends. 🙂

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  19. I recently bought a cruising boat. I went with 35 feet, because at 30 feet you do get pushed around a lot. I mostly go back and forth between Gloucester and Boston, some day I'll get down south!!

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  20. PLEASE MORE WICKED SALTY!!!!

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  21. Glad to have the update Wes & Kate! Missed you guys and Lola too!

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  22. God that song is SO monotonous.  I can literally feel the musicians laboring through the song.

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  23. Those were definitely some rough seas. You guys were going through it big time. Great job Captain Wes!

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  24. Great to see you guys are ok. It’s been a while. Was about to put a Coast Guard alert for y’all. Stay Salty!

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  25. Poor continuity.

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  26. Go Salties!

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  27. Been waiting for a
    Minute for your latest video, glad you guys are doing well. Fair winds and tight lines.

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  28. Nice job! Glad to see you back.

    (I don't think anyone said it yet, but just so you know, you left about a minute of black at the end of your video.)

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  29. mustache, I thought you have a corporate overlord razor sponsor

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  30. Hey Guys, just wanted to tell you that my wife and I discovered myislandwifi.com in the Bahamas. We have had service all over the Bahamas even 21 miles away from land so just wanted to share that… keep posting.

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  31. Glad you see you back thanks for sharing and safe sailing

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  32. were you able to salvage that coffee press from your other boat?

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  33. Absolutely love your video expressions…..so soulful. Love the Stache ….got a little Errol Flynn going on….look up his pics (he was way before our time but you resemble him….you ole swashbuckler!!! Hi to Kate a Lola….what a great team.

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  34. Nice video Wes. If you get really hard up for service you can always FedEx me a memory stick, make a sub account, and I'll upload it for you. Lola looked cold, but I do love all the little outfits she wears. Honestly, she is more stylish than my wife…..

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  35. Great update guys!

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  36. 👍👍⛵️☀️ so excited to come home to this!!

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  37. Great to see you back. Thanks for sharing.

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  38. FEAR the stache!

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  39. I remember that stretch of the trip , my brother and I took his 48 saber from bald head island down into Charleston and that was a motor cruiser, and it seemed like forever with the same type of sea conditions, I could only imagine that 129+/- miles on the sailboat with those conditions, hats off to you guys😉👏👏👏👌👍⛵️⚓️🦈 .looking forward to you Bahamas footage!!

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  40. And if you would take a look to my first vids I would be really happy 😉

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  41. Hi guys, it seems your steering system make a noise as on my boat. You Can heard that on one of my vids. Do you know where it com e from ?

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  42. I don't blame you for wanting to get off the ICW. ICW is for day sailors.

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  43. Hey chourice are you Portuguese, love your videos, keep safe guys, this would be my dream.

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