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Help w/info on sailing video documentary

Many years back I remember seeing a series of TV shows documenting a guy's sailing adventures. He was around 50, an Aussie I think, sailed a catamaran, and picked up different crew as he went (usually, younger attractive females). I also think he had a dog with him.

Does anyone out there remember these shows, what the guy's name was and/or if these ever made it to DVD.

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Yes..please do help they guy...

While you're at it..please help me too..

32 years ago, I saw a movie of a man with a gun belt on his waist, in it he had 2 guns, and he rode on a horse. He was American

He also wore a hat...

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I know that guy! His horse was white and he wore a mask, right?
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I remember that series - more like an amateur compilation of home videos - most with voice-overs, that stretched over the span of a few years. I think it was re-run on either the Discovery or Travel Channels . . . or Lonely Planet - don't recall.

As badly produced as they were, they were somewhat entertaining. My wife was drawn to them mostly, perhaps because the guy typically only wore a loin cloth, while sailing his schooner.

The name of that series escapes me, but will bug me all afternoon.
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I remember..

It was called:

THE LOIN CLOTH SAILOR...featuring Sailingdog and his loyal mini hand towel
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If you recall seeing SD as the star of a sailing video, clad in only a loin-cloth, it was probably in a Peep-show, down a narrow back alley in Chinatown.
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I have it at home, a gift from a friend. I haven't seen it yet so can not remember the name. I'll look it up tonight.

If I had known about the younger female part I might have watched it earlier, all my friend said was be watchful more for what the guy didn't wear than for what he did.
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Looks like the thread went cold :-(

Hey chucklesR, did you ever run across it?

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There is another documentary that plays on the living channel now & then. I think the series name is the Endless Wanderer. The one I am referring to is about a Canadian Dentist ( I think ) that takes his family on a world cruise on there sailboat. I found it very entertaining.

Sorry for all the "I thinks" but I slept since I last saw it.
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Was it Alby Mangals...

This sounds like Alby Mangels - this forum won't let me link as I don't have more than 10 posts but try googling it... he is a legend
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