Motor Yacht

Tuning A Tremendous Yacht??? Certainly!!! (Captain&#39s Vlog 41)





We go back 10 years in which the propellers for Motor Yacht AWOL have been created in Genoa (Italy). Detra, the business that developed the propellers choose us while the complete system of producing and tuning, from beginning to stop.

Captain Tristan Mortlock is an award successful Super Yacht Captain with in excess of 15 years knowledge. He started off his yachting career in his teenagers and now operates one of the most productive constitution yachts in the planet. Tristan is at the moment serving on Motor Yacht AWOL, a San Lorenzo SD122, constructed in 2009. AWOL is a multi award successful yacht and her crew take a whole lot of delight in their function.

Captain’s Vlog is about educating interested functions on what takes place onboard a Mega Yacht, Super Yacht and the yachting business. To share the lifestyle of yacht crew and lifetime at sea. The Large shipyard refits, paint jobs and marine engineering will work. To journey some of the worlds most stunning destinations.

The very first proprietor of the Tremendous Yacht AWOL was non other than Mr Piero Ferrari himself. The wheel home even now consists of the initial Captain’s chair with the Ferrari emblem.

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27 comments

  1. What did he say? Interesting. & what does that Cost? $5-10 thousand dollars? At least I would say. Thnx,CJ

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  2. Hello Commander! I just watched my favorite channel Wings of Pegasus unbox his Award from UTUBE for reaching 100k Subscribers! 22K to Go. You Can Do It! He puts up a video everyday. Still hoping for your visit to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. We haven’t seen the Giminator in a while. Time for a date & a tour of the town. Thnx, Happy New Year! CJ

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  3. I would just love to meet these guys…they are so nice to show all of us that process.

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  4. What did my laptop just do?

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  5. What did my laptop just do?

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  6. Advanced math, computer balance… and a sledge hammer = great talent. Thank you.

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  7. Advanced math, computer balance… and a sledge hammer = great talent. Thank you.

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  8. Found your channel yesterday and have been binge watching your vids, loving them, great stuff. Just one thing…Why Blur out the Calendar? #calenderlivesmatter LOL

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  9. There are tons of industries that a super yacht depends on.

    Everything from metalurgy, carpentry, and in this video specifically the industry that tunes the props themselves.

    Just thinking of how many sub industries there are to keep a ship, yacht, boat afloat is just crazy.

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  10. I could learn to tune my dick as well as a propeller if you didn't hide those nudes on the wall.

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  11. We would have seen the pictures on the wall if you didn't try to hide them 😜😂😂😂😂

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  12. 13:06 don't get your pecker caught in that thing,

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  13. Love the deep dives into the technical parts of yachting.

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  14. any body see at 12:54 when that guy almost lost his arm in the propeller and everyone was chill about it

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  15. gotta love the Italians when they speak english, These two are probably freekin genius

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  16. Video tip: The light flicker inside the shop is due to the different hz of the electrical system in some countries. There should be a setting in your camera to switch between 50 or 60hz.

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  17. Being a old ship write and tuning this brought back a lot of found memories

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  18. the guy looks baked af

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  19. Couldn’t this all be handled by a single metal cylinder – a CNC-based shop would lathe the singular cylinder into a perfectly aligned prop, where all the standard design dimensions could be synchronized and aligned across all the props?

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  20. Only an Italian Masterclass tradesman can bring life to material And make it look so easy.

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  21. Really interesting. Trying desperately to fuzz out hot girl calendar = too funny. Keep it up Tristan.

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  22. Lab polish those bad boys. When you talk gallons pet mile it all adds up.

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  23. Seems very crude for “tuning” a prop.,

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  24. Bravissimi!

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  25. Art,,,,,,,,

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  26. Ah Ah Ah I have no idea what I’m talking about I have no idea what these numbers mean I have no clue I just was hired yesterday to sweep the floor pathetic and embarrassing I wouldn’t let this guy balance of fucking bicycle tire

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  27. shalom i am COHEN MORDECHAI  I LOVE SEA SHIPS YAHTS are you good men note snob wish you all the best from me

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