Demontat pe mare – Lazy Gecko Sailing VLOG 85

Demontat pe mare - Lazy Gecko Sailing VLOG 85

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35 thoughts on “Demontat pe mare – Lazy Gecko Sailing VLOG 85

  1. Probably less hurt pride keeping the dismasted cat from answering and more they just tore off the coax to the antenna when the mast came down? Good reason to carry hand held and keep charged.

    Love the vids guys!

  2. The other boat that would not respond back to you on the radio probably had there antenna on their mass therefore it did not work when you tried to call them

  3. WOW. I've seen a 16' Hobie de-masted a couple times (It was a rental on a lake known for strong afternoon winds), but nothing that large.

  4. The other boat likely had no antenna. Good reason to carry a spare and a handheld VHF. So Brittany, when do we get the whole story on the boat deal?

  5. In years to come you will reflect on these passages with fondness and nostalgia.
    We all take life for granted sometimes but I gotta say how jealous I am. A beautiful wife, lovely kids and a lifestyle whilst never free of problems has most people's daily grind beaten hands down

  6. In the video you mention you are heading to key west. Im heading to key west next Friday. Was curious as to where you chose to anchor. Don't hear great things about wisteria in terms of holding. If possible, let me know your thoughts.

  7. Getting dismasted can be a harrowing experience. It is more likely from rigging failure than poor seamanship. Stainless fittings can give little to no warning before failing, meaning, even with regular inspection and replacing standing rigging per schedule, one can find themselves dismasted. A good seaman might get his his craft and crew home in one piece, if he salvages the rig as well? That makes him a bloody good seaman in my book. Luck comes in two varieties, good and rotten!

  8. Could one of you please explain what a reef is? I’ve heard John talk about using a reef when the wind is really blowing. Could you please explain to a layman what it is?

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