I think you should go for it either way. People will stumble upon it and could find it interesting, even if some members of this forum say not to. Either way you would have a great documentation of your travels.
04-19-2011 07:20 PM
Thank you for your input.
04-19-2011 06:52 PM
I do not find the Bermuda triangle very fascinating. Many of us have been in it several times without incident.
Documentaries on lost vessels and aircraft can be interesting and I think the methane gas theories are most plausible.
I guess you would have to sink to get attention.
04-19-2011 12:41 PM
It smells a lot like you are pushing a business venture on our 'paid advertisers only' website to me.
04-19-2011 11:54 AM
I would appreciate your input.
I would appreciate your input. Please, everyone’s input would be very helpful.
I am thinking about producing an adventure series for my travel website, BoatingCruising, YouTube channel, Waterfront Vacations, blog, Marina Hopping and podcast, Waterfront Destinations. The adventures would be preparing for and sailing all three lines and inter angles of the Bermuda Triangle with stops in Miami, Bahamas, San Juan, US Virgin Islands and of course Bermuda. To get to that point I would sail the Chesapeake Bay and East Coast to hone my sailing skills for several months. Along the way I would visit various ports and highlight their recreation and entertainment attractions and activities.
I plan on mounting several camcorders on the sailboat along with having several hand held camcorders. So in away this is sort of a reality show. The video would be edited and posted on YouTube every week. I would also post weekly activity on our podcast channel and blog. Daily info would be posted on Twitter and Face Book.
How many of you would follow this adventure, even if just occasionally? PLEASE let me know if you would follow this. email@example.com
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