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btw sailingdog, nice videos. I'm subscribing to everyone's channels.


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Isn't that you getting launched at 4:13 to 4:19?
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Giu,

Isn't that you getting launched at 4:13 to 4:19?
ehheh

no...but I had worse, I still have a scar from the shroud across in my chest, a hole in my forehead, and a deformed knee. That's why my legs are weak at the knees.

I did flip over, bow down, 3 or 4 times, and got catapulted 10 feet once.

I had many "chinesas" (broach in Portuguese), at that time. My bow man, then lost nails, elbow skin, and broke his head many times hitting the mast.

By the way, back then, we didn't use PFD's.....or wet suits...

Cascais is much harder than what you see there...I posted once a video of a 470 in cascais, but don't know where it is.
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Hmm...that confirms our suspicions about Giu having a hole in his head...

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no...but I had worse, I still have a scar from the shroud across in my chest, a hole in my forehead, and a deformed knee. That's why my legs are weak at the knees.

I did flip over, bow down, 3 or 4 times, and got catapulted 10 feet once.

I had many "chinesas" (broach in Portuguese), at that time. My bow man, then lost nails, elbow skin, and broke his head many times hitting the mast.

By the way, back then, we didn't use PFD's.....or wet suits...

Cascais is much harder than what you see there...I posted once a video of a 470 in cascais, but don't know where it is.

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More "sailing" video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pE0c_tORF3E

After watching Alex's video on youtube I found myself looking at more related video about sailing just for fun and stumbled across this one...halarious
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that's a classic T37! 'Luong Ielnd Sond', Manhattan girls in bikinis, my second favorite thing to look at but not be around too long...


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All very nice videos, thanks for sharing.

The winner in the best cinematography category goes to TB! Very smooth camerawork, even while walking the sidedecks and up and down the steps. Impressive. You get some formal training?

Giu, you would have won the prize but your boat looked like it was tipping over. Why was that? Is that what the dodger does?

I've been suggesting this to several folks...the one problem in TB's videos and most others is excessive wind noise. When wind hits the microphone diaphram directly it distorts badly. There is a pretty simple cure, to a degree. Buy a bit of fake fur and put it over the microphone. The fur will block the wind just enough to make things tolerable and allow other sounds to have a chance. You can also put some foam over the mic or get wild and put on foam covered by fake fur! This won't help a lot in 30 knots but in 5 to 15 it should work well.

keep up the good work, eh!
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Here's another one...

Here’s a video from the downwind leg of the trip to Tarpaulin Cove, back on August 18, 2007.

The weekend this was taken had some pretty nasty winds, with gusts of over 35 knots from what I was told. TB told me that some moored boats near Newport had dragged and been damaged during that weekend. The wind was out of the north, and the video was taken during the passage from New Bedford to Menemsha. We were sailing under the genoa alone, and doing over 12 knots most of the downwind leg.

We actually decided not to go into Menemsha, since Menemsha Harbor faces Northwest and the entrance would have been pretty treacherous under those conditions. We ended up heading over to Tarpaulin Cove, on Nashuon Island, since the cove faces Southwest, and was well protected from the winds that day.


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All very nice videos, thanks for sharing.

The winner in the best cinematography category goes to TB! Very smooth camerawork, even while walking the sidedecks and up and down the steps. Impressive. You get some formal training?
Why thank you xort, your praise is humbly appreciated . . . especially considering your "Dr. of Cinematology" profile title .

I have absolutely no formal training in video, don't even own a video camera. I shot those with my Olympus Camedia C-5050 zoom, which is actually a still camera in video mode. Although, I have been looking at video cameras for topside and underwater use . . . currently use the Oly in an UW housing for underwater stills.

Perhaps the "zero gravity" underwater state, conditioned me for maintaining slow, smooth camera movements, which in effect is synonymous with the calm state of mind most sailors associate to sailing.

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