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Islamorada to Titusville Completed!

On July 29th I hoisted sails and started a 6 day voyage from Islamorada to Titusville, FL.

My crew brought along a GoPro and filmed this "preview" for a series of video clips about our trip.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP-sKEkGpEw

Alex, the director and first time sailor, went with a 1980's sitcom style theme. It's funny. Also, notice the final shot with Miami in the background. We managed to sail through Miami, making every bridge at 6.5 knots. It was so much fun!

I hope to post more videos over time. You can also read about the fun at my blog.
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Re: Islamorada to Titusville Completed!

I like where this is going! I look forward to seeing the up and coming videos. It looks like you guys are having a great time. What kind of boat? How long?

Never mind I see the answer to my own questions. I just needed to read a little more! Damn this brain!
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Re: Islamorada to Titusville Completed!

I like the theme...very 80s
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Re: Islamorada to Titusville Completed!

I'd subscribe but my youtube account wont let me sign in without giving them my phone number. I aint doin that. Bastards. Cool vid though. Major tease, not giving anything out.
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