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Netflix has Dove and Deep Water. Jean-de-Sud Around The Worldcan be rented for $2 from youtube.
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I postwd this in the other thread and am surprised no one mentioned it.

Drum- an extraordinary adventure.

All real, all sailing, just plane epic.

watch it free on u tube

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Netflix also has "Wild Eyes". I wouldn't call it great, it was mostly a fluff piece to make a father feel good about endangering his daughter's life.

Amazon has "All is Lost" for $0.99 rental right now. I don't know if that is a special or the price going forward. I watched it last night and didn't love it, but as a sailor it was still engrossing.

"Dove" comes and goes from Netflix. It is pretty low budget and sometimes cheesy, but still enjoyable.

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"the Voyage of the Yes" 1973 with desi Arnaz Jr and mike evans (lionel from the Jeffersons"

i almost forgot about this made for TV movie
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So I had never heard of "Wind" until finding this thread. I just finished watching it... wow. That was a really beautiful movie. I'm surprised I never caught it before.

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So I had never heard of "Wind" until finding this thread. I just finished watching it... wow. That was a really beautiful movie. I'm surprised I never caught it before.

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I just watched "Wind" too, and while it had its cheesy moments, they weren't too bad, and the sailing scenes were really fun! Thanks!
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"the Voyage of the Yes" 1973 with desi Arnaz Jr and mike evans (lionel from the Jeffersons"

i almost forgot about this made for TV movie
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Not a bad movie for the 70's I watched this a few months ago

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The weight of water is good also..Sean Penn.
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Re: Movies with a lot sailing

Summer Rental featured an Irwin 38 which was the same boat as our second boat. (Not the very same one, but I did see the summer rental Irwin 38 for sale some years later).

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A bit obscure, but a classic 80's John Cusack movie has a bit of sailing... Hot Pursuit.

Also Summer Rental with John Candy has a little.

How about Dead Calm? Another obscure late 80's, movie with Sam Niell, Nicole Kidman and Billy Zane. Actually I think this whole movie takes place on a sailboat. I don't think there is any land in the whole movie. That's kind of rare.

Lastly, Perfect Storm. It doesn't have much sailing, but what little sailing it does have is pretty awesome to watch. And there is just a ton of great ocean footage (whether real or fake...)
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