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Will Tommy Hilfiger Give Us Propane? (MJ Sailing – EP 64)





We go on to delight in complete paradise in St. Barth’s…other than, we have operate out of propane on the boat.

After a few more times of lounging in the anchorage of and on the sands of Shell Beach, we find that our propane has operate out mid dinner prep! Not a significant offer for that initially night, but the following working day we realize that almost every thing on the island is shut down thanks to becoming a holiday weekend.

Locating a person bakery that is open, we dwell off sandwiches for a few nights until finally we can hunt the streets in search for any position that can either fill our propane canisters or market us butane bottles to operate our grill.

Then a surprising matter transpires….a mega yacht drops anchor just following to us, and it transpires to be Tommy Hilfiger’s boat! Possibly he can lend us a minor propane to get by way of the following few times?

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42 comments

  1. I thought it was a cute episode about typical days on islands. Not every installment is going to be fighting sharks or finding the Hope diamond. Cut these people some slack. They gotta make a living too. Personally I think I would have gone over to Hillfigure just to see what happens but I do dumb things like that. Happy trails

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  2. Your description of baguettes sounds good to me. And your view is way better than mine. That said I’m a very fortunate person. So I guess we can all count our blessings and be thankful without looking around and coveting our neighbors.

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  3. Baguette avec fromage is a delicious dinner 🙂 so jealous!

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  4. I see comments and you on the video, trying to look so sad about eating sandwiches, first it’s fresh bread from the bakery as I gather and cold cuts, well not too bad, but when you add CHAMPAGNE with the crystal clear water and turquoise sea etc. I would definitely call this, a catastrophic Paradise 😎😂

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  5. Maybe I took this wrong but are you guys actually complaining about having to eat sandwiches 3 days in a row? Your on a beautiful shoreline with a nice sailboat drinking champagne and you actually complain? If my family could eat sandwiches and champagne for dinner every night for a year they’d be thankful and appreciative. On top of that people actually pay you for sailing around beautiful beaches on a beautiful sailboat, are you guys millennials by any chance? I’m not being rude but it just seemed a bit insensitive when you have so much.

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  6. Excellent real life episode! I especially enjoyed the narrator!! 😉
    Thanx for sharing <3 😉 Grrrrr.

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  7. Your engine exhaust manifold is *HOT*. enuf to cook meat.

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  8. She is easy on the eyes and the videos are enjoyable, end of story

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  9. Love watching your adventure, your refit was quite helpful, and your yacht is now gorgeous! OK I am not saying run out and spend 200 bucks in 40 seconds, but if you google 'solar oven' you will see a variety of ovens THAT REALLY WORK! 'Sailing Britican' has an episode w/ her cooking with it, and all I can say is, by the time you got back from the beach (3 hours) the lasagna would be baked. I will have one on board in time for push-off ETD 2020 :O)

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  10. The French take their holidays seriously. And they have a lot of them./

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  11. The title of this video was very misleading. Why did you even mention his name in the title when the video had nothing to do with the man and his boat?

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  12. i have been watching sporadically i will never watch another episode, cheers

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  13. not sure if ya have a magma grill, but the long blue bottles (at the hardware store) fit them, should screw right into the regulator.

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  14. When all else fails … Barter … Get on the radio and ask who has a bottle of propane they want to trade for some Beer or Wine ? … Having done some extensive backpacking I have found that people are more than willing to help cause "shit happens" … Funny episode though…keep em coming !

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  15. You two be safe and have fun.😁

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  16. Sailing Uma has several versions of the GoSun cooker, which is a tubular solar baker! They've roasted chicken and brownies and various veg in it and it seems to come out pretty great. A few hours in the sun while you lounge or work on the boat and dinner is ready! You should get the small one and give it a go!

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  17. I am sort of with the crowd of your in a hardware store, no other options? BBQ? Alcohol stove? Sterno? Get out your scout skills. Otherwise, looks like fun.

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  18. Don't mention propane…. it brings out the trolls.

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  19. There are "global" propane adapter kits, every fitting you might need in one box. Could be worthwhile for your plans.

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  20. I'd rather see you guys get drunk and make some bad decisions than watch another episode like this

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  21. No one to borrow a cup of propane from. Sad. But what a beautiful place to be stranded with only food and water, as W.C. Fields once said. Thanks for sharing your intimate moments. Be safe, both. We've come to care about you.

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  22. Seems you guys transitioned very well from the DIY to full time cruising. Very glad for you. Enjoy !!!

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  23. get one of there $14 stoves I have tested mine and it runs on Diesel Kerosene Citronella oil and white Spirits so basically whatever you can find that burns LOL but not vegi oil tried that it didn't work.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Universal-Mini-Handy-Outdoor-8-Wicks-Kerosene-Stove-Camping-Oil-Heaters-A6U4/202393288432?epid=22013829753&hash=item2f1f947ef0%3Ag%3AsLEAAOSwKHBbZyFL&LH_BIN=1

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  24. Another enjoyable episode even though opening scene is somewhat less captivating than EP 63.

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  25. thanks

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  26. Poor planning!

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  27. Hey let's face it the reason why you're sailing is to enjoy relax and suck it all in if nobody gets that the heck with them Vegas bill

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  28. 10:30 might wanna take it easy on that prop.. banging on the rocks..

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  29. yes the blue one would of worked

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  30. just do a call on the radio to see if anyone  has propane for sale

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  31. FYI – the Tessa PG (9:07) is the boat that rescued Myda Egrmajer after her father was murdered by pirates off the cost of Honduras.

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  32. You should have bought those blue propane bottles or the yellow ones. They will fit your stove.

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  33. Lesson learned…Sv Delos has changed over to an electric convention stove, all solar power, batteries are full every time. They got fed up with hunting for propane everywhere they go like you all did, as it always runs out just when you need it. Also, they mentioned they don't want to deal with the possibility of a fire from the propane or the Co2 from a leak. Definitely makes you rethink the use of propane and go all solar, wind and hydro doesn't it.

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  34. By a small propane burner and bottles.

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  35. Hey Guys..I would have SERIOUSLY gone over and asked Tommy for some propane. What a great video that would have made! And I have to say…its seem many boaters are always struggling for adapters to fit other size propane vendors offering the gas. I'm surprised someone hasn't done the research and created a kit to adapt your tank to all different service providers. Or, is everyone going to get induction stoves or plates?! Then there's the safety aspect of having a propane BOMB on you boat that many peeps bring up. However, history has proved it hasn't really been a threat in the last 50 years! Great vid and it was fun coming along with you to score the propane. PEACE OUT! Ü

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  36. That water looks so damn nice. Question: how often do you guys retract your keel at anchor? As much as you thought you would? Do you do a bottom cleaning before you do it?

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  37. Has he been castrated from driving the boat or doing basically anything right? He seems like he's not having the best of times. Relax, let loose,…

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  38. Hilfiger probably saw Elements of life and told his skipper to anchor next to you since he likes your videos. If he heard you were down to drinking boxed wine he may have sent a rescue party over to help. Who needs plates and pillows when you can rummage through shiny brass fittings. WTF thinking trying to be productive in a place like Shell Beach? It's French after all. Any day could be a holiday, but I don't know, everything is closed today. No parades, no fireworks everything is just closed. Viva La, aw crap it's closed today. (French accent) Today is a holiday that is why we were open yesterday.

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  39. 4.2 out of 10 on that dive.

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  40. I assume you run 2 propane tanks so when 1 runs out you switch then refil the other?

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  41. You should consider a small alcohol burner. They are really easy to make out of a couple pop cans. I make mine out of Arizona Tea Cans. Look up penny can stove. They burn Everclear or denatured alcohol and are super efficient and light.

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  42. Tommy's security will give you some pro pain I'm sure.

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