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A few weekends ago, as we were leaving my marina, there was a Cal 25 from my marina leaving New Bedford at the same time. They’re new to my marina this summer, and just inherited the boat from a cousin. Since we had the video camera with us, I had Dave shoot some video of them. Click the photo to see the video we shot of the Cal 25 sailing alongside us, southbound out along the New Bedford shipping channel.




I've got some more video shot from earlier this season to post... and will put them in this thread. If you missed the first video I posted, here is a link to it.




Hey Mods... any chance of making this video thread a sticky, so others can post their videos in it too??

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Thanks SD! They are both great videos.

I have to add this one to my collection of alltime favorite Sailing videos; ]
(Who'd have thought that Sailing and Areosmith would work together?)

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I'll play along with one I posted here not too long ago. Conditions were very calm during the morning portion of this solo-sail, but as the afternoon approached, winds increased to 30 kts.

Regretably, I did not record that portion - put the camera down and enjoyed the excitement. This is not an adrenaline pumped racing video, but simply a very relaxing day on the water with no pressure.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=oLnIca7k3rs

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SD, the day with the Cal25 looked like a perfect day to fly the kite.
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That was very nice SD! The music was perfect!! Some of you guys are so talented. I will have to learn how to do a movie like that. What type of camera is required?

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How do you think I pay for the slip and boat maintenance... Besides, where do you think I got my mad video editing skillz.

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...ummm..ya lost me..are you kidding about the porn site or serious about the videos?
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Got ya... That's what you get for being a wiseass in the first place.

BTW, here's another video from earlier in October this year.... You can see a MacGregor 26—which was motorsailing at the time, get left in the dust, as well as the New Bedford High-Speed Catamaran Ferry.



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Thanks SD! They are both great videos.

I have to add this one to my collection of alltime favorite Sailing videos; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDToL593cmU
(Who'd have thought that Sailing and Areosmith would work together?)

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Eherlihy...they are 470's, that's what I used to sail and race for Portugal when I was a a young man in the 80's. My 15 minutes of fame...almost....

I still have my 470. Its very deformed and damaged, but I will never sell it...

In that video you can also see 420's and a few Laser radial

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Andromeda's sea trial in around 10 knots of wind. Partly standing/perched on the stern pulpit like that is my favorite position on the boat, excellent visibility and out of the way.

(note the cross sheeting and turning block, she's set up about as well as I can imagine for single handing)

I have footage of a 20+ knot day that I'll try to get into a video this weekend and post. It looks about the same actually.. lol.



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