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SEAS Sail Training Program 2013
Watch this short film on Pacific Wild's inaugural sail training program as a part of the SEAS (Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards) Community Initiative. The six youth participants from Bella Bella, Klemtu and Hartley Bay spent five days practicing chartwork, knots, marine safety and other practical skills as they explored the remote outer islands of the Great Bear Rainforest. Produced by Tavish Campbell. www.pacificwild.org
Views: 631 PacificWildLive
This film was made in Górki Zachodnie (Western Hills) in Poland in May 2017. My first training in 2017 w Kiekrz ► http://bit.ly/2pDiYif My training in 2016 w Kiekrz ► http://bit.ly/2psmttM My training in 2016 w Dziwnów ► http://bit.ly/2iQ0VAR SPRING WEEKEND in Špindlerův Mlýn ► http://bit.ly/2onOXlo ⛷ Ski Week in Spindl ► http://bit.ly/2lY4smC ⛷ Ski Day in Deštné ► http://bit.ly/2mufls9 ⛷
Views: 141 Alex Aender
Life Lessons from Sea (Sail and Life Training Society)
Produced By: Cheryl Weber SALTS is the Sail and Life Training Society, an organization that takes kids out on tall ships to teach them character and life skills. They not only learn how to sail, but to live in close quarters and create community as well. They leave from Victoria, B.C. and take school groups in the Spring, as well as individuals aged 13-27 in the summer. http://www.salts.ca
Views: 1457 100huntley
Seascape 27 'PURE' Sail Training
Reines Segeltraining mit einem echten Performance-Boot. Ab IZOLA (SLO) für maximal 4 Teilnehmer. Details unter www-seamanship.at "wind to thy wings!" Heinz Ressl
Views: 1526 sea-man-ship.at
I will TEACH you HOW TO SAIL in 20 minutes from LEAVING the DOCK to ANCHORING in the new location. I had SO MANY QUESTIONS when I started sailing and had a difficult time finding all the answers. I hope this video will answer most of yours too! Addings: 1. In addition to Navionics, it's good to use Google Earth or Google Maps too (you can download areas offline for free) when you're sailing in an area with lots of reefs, just to be sure. 2. Of course, whatever the official rule for boat traffic is, you must avoid hitting the other boat :) 3. Navigation rule 4: The Wale: when sailing in the night, most motor boats (except a few exceptions mentioned in the navigation rules book) still have to avoid you (they see on the lights a sailboat has that you are sailing). Not sure? Call the ship on channel 16 :) This is my biggest project I've ever done. And I hope you like it! Become part of the Patreon community for 'behind the scenes' and early access: https://www.patreon.com/huubvandermarkvlogs Here's the link to my first eBook! Live An Easy Life: A Practical Guide to a Joyful Life: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GMVCCJX Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/huubvandermark Follow me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HuubvanderMarkVlogs/ Website: http://www.huubvandermark.com/
Views: 277746 HuubvanderMark Vlogs
Learn How to Sail: A Step-by-Step Guide to SAILING
Join me on a comprehensive sailing lesson. I teach you the basics you need to know to begin sailing, from vocabulary and parts of the boat to getting underway and understanding sailing maneuvers. Boat: 1980 Capri 25 Cameras: Panasonic G85 GoPro Hero 5 Audio: RØDE VideoMicro (on camera); GoPro crappy onboard mic; and Zoom H1 (voiceover) Drone: DJI Mavic Pro Edited on Final Cut Pro X Thanks for watching! Become a Patron and support the video-making process: https://www.patreon.com/JoshPost Instagram: @MrJoshPost
Views: 299069 Josh Post
Moonfleet Adventure Sail  Training Promotional Video.
Purbeck Hive Social Media Management - Promotional Video of the Moonfleet Adventure Sail Training, using Camera and Drone footage. You can book online at https://www.moonfleetsailing.com/ Moonfleet is a classic gaff rigged sailing vessel, built in the 1930’s in Holland, today she is used as a training vessel based in Portland, Dorset we have affordable day trips out to different locations for all the family to enjoy. Our aim is to provide a range of Tall Ship Experiences, suitable for the whole family, whether you wish to learn the ropes, hoist the sails or take the helm, you can even just sit back and enjoy the stunning scenery of the Jurassic Coastline if you wish. Unesco World Heritage Site, the only way to see our Breathtaking coastline views are by sea and what better way to see them than on board the Moonfleet, a truly stunning vessel that sails through the sea. Tides and Times are Variable if coming from afar, please ring Jez 01929 289019 to check if weather conditions are fine. Prices Per Person; All trips depart from and return to Portland Marina, Osprey Quay, Portland DT5 1DX, with Free Car Parking to the right hand side of the Marina, sailing times are estimated and may vary slightly due to weather and or sea conditions. Sunset sail around Portland Sea Fort and Portland Harbour. Why not bring a bottle of something? - 1 Hour Sail - £20. Portland Sea Forts, Portland Harbour, Nothe Fort and Weymouth Bay - 2 Hour Sail - £35. Day out and bring your own picnic lunch trips; Weymouth Bay, Bowleaze Cove, Osmington Mills and Ringstead Ledge. Anchor near this wonderful stretch of The Jurassic Coastline - 3 Hour Sail - £50 . Durdle Door - Sail along to this stunning rock formation and drop anchor for a picnic, Unesco World Heritage Site - 4 Hour Sail - £65 . Lulworth Cove - Sail across Weymouth Bay and passed Durdle Door to this famous and picturesque cove! Drop anchor for a swim and a picnic. 5 Hours - £75 . Anchor in Mupe or Worbarrow Bay for a picnic aboard. See Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door along the way! 6 Hours £85. (Access to Mupe Bay or Worbarrow Bay is dependent on Lulworth Army Artillery Range activity) Family discounts available - eg 10% off of all Sails for 2 Adults and 2 Children! A minimum of six passengers is required for trips so feel free to phone or email to enquire about availability. We will accept bookings for less than six and try to fill the remaining places but if we are unable to make up the numbers we will revert to two hour trips on the day, try to fill these trips and refund the difference. Telephone Number :- 01929 289019 Gift Vouchers We have gift vouchers for all occasions - Christmas, Birthdays, Anniversary. Moonfleet Sailing is available for Private Hire 12 People Max. The Moonfleet is available for sole use, this can be for just a group of friends or family spending quality time together away from technology or for anything else listed below. If you would just like a Photo with just the Moonfleet but don’t want to sail, we can arrange that too. Birthday Parties - any age. Proposal / Engagement parties, Stag and Hen do's. Corporate Events. Schools, Clubs and Events. Fishing Trips. (provide your own equipment) Snorkeling, Scuba Diving. (provide your own equipment) Photography trips or Filming. Drone footage (Insurance Required due to Sails) flying off and on a Ship is not as easy as it looks and is at the owners own risk on doing so. Scattering of Ashes....Furbabies too. Private Hire Discounts available for bookings 4 weeks in advance and for off peak season, only for Private Hire on non school holidays, so please ring Jez on 01929 289019 to see what deals can be done. Prices below are for Private Hire in Peak Season only - School Holidays. 1 hour £240 2 hour £420 3 hour £600 4 hour £780 5 hour £900 6 hour £1,020 Hop on Board and Join the Crew! www.moonfleetsailing.com Sociable dogs welcome, however Captain Scrum lives on the Moonfleet and is the resident Black Labrador. Please follow us on all our Social Media Platforms. https://www.facebook.com/moonfleetsailing/ https://www.moonfleetsailing.com/ https://www.instagram.com/moonfleet_sailing/ https://twitter.com/SailMoonfleet https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsw6JOxmPqu7RNo1y24Lz Mw… https://www.pinterest.co.uk
Views: 307 Moonfleet Sailing
Part 1 - Day Skipper Sailing Tuition
Day Skipper Sailing Tuition - Part 1 by Learn2Sail. Sailing School in the Algarve Portugal. Visit us at http://www.learn2sail.com and book your sailing course
Views: 69010 Learn 2Sail
Rough sea sailing. Needles. Solent. Russian team training for the Fastnet Race.
Needles. Solent. Russian team training for the Fastnet Race sailing round the island Wight. 16/06/2011
Views: 5315 Ilya Prusov
Sail Training with Ocean Youth Trust North
A video about Sail Training for young people with Ocean Youth Trust North and yacht James Cook. The challenge of the sea is a powerful personal development opportunity that changes lives and teaches valuable life skills.
Views: 547 OYTNorth
sail training 2012 tbyc
sail training at thorpe bay yacht club southend on sea
Views: 169 sandhopper39
Sail Training ship Nippon Maru II entering the Inland Sea Japan
the Nippon Maru II left Shimonoseki via the Kanmon Straits and then entered the Inland Sea on her way to Hiroshima
Views: 245 oysterguy378
What is sail training?
SALTS (Sail and Life Training Society) empowers and mentors young people through sail training on the BC coast. Our programs are for ages 13-25. Each trainee learns how to take command of the ship, including handling sails, steering at the helm, watching for hazards, and listening to marine radio. Our programs teach responsibility in ways a classroom cannot. The ever-changing wind and sea conditions require problem solving and adaptation. As we respond to our natural environment, we are collaborators and not competitors. Unlike many other circumstances in life, we create winners without the need for losers. Wondering if sail training is right for you or a young person in your life? https://www.salts.ca/site/summer-sails.html Video made by Leftcoast Media House
Views: 254 SALTSVictoria
Catamarans and other yachts - Sailing Training
Find our more at http://vikingmariners.co.uk/sea-school/rya-practical-training-yacht-sailing/catamaran-training/ In addition to monohull yachts we also offer training on Catamarans. This is popular with clients who have booked a Catamaran charter and would like a refresher course.
Views: 124 Viking Mariners Ltd
Sail Training Aboard the Lettie G. Howard
The schooner Lettie G. Howard is a Coast Guard-certified Sailing School Vessel and National Historic Landmark owned and operated by the South Street Seaport Museum in New York City. Fully restored and outfitted with modern safety and navigational equipment, Lettie offers sail training and sea education programs for youth and adults. For the past few years, Lettie has been operating in partnership with the New York Harbor School on Governors Island. Through that collaboration, Lettie was the recipient of Tall Ships America’s “Sail Training Program of the Year” in 2014.
Sail On Board
Your adventure starts here. Tall ships, small ships, adventure travel, challenge, international friendship and fun. No experience necessary.
Sail training vessel Leader dismasted South of Portland Bill.mpg
Weymouth RNLI Lifeboat launched to the aid of a 24 metre sail training vessel 'Leader' dismasted and drifting 1 mile South of Portland Bill. The vessels crew secured the mast, rigging and sails alongside the port side of the vessel. With no injuries the lifeboat connected a towline and brought the vessel into Weymouth Harbour where they were met by Wyke Coastguard rescue officers.
Views: 9368 WeymouthLifeboat
How Does A Sail Work? Live from beginners yacht sailing course
John Parlane Bay Sea School's award-winning Yachtmaster Instructor talks about how a sail works on his beginners Learn To Sail course in Morecambe Lancashire. "The best way to learn to sail is on a small yacht" says John. "I teach all the RYA cruising courses too and firmly believe that people who learn to sail on a small boat first become much better sailors when they progress to a larger cruising yacht." http://www.bayseaschool.com/sailing/learn-to-sail
Views: 160 Bay Sea School Ltd
Sailing Training at TS Achilles Sea Cadets
Photos from our Sailing when we were training for the Northern Area Sea Cadet Regatta. At the Northern Area Regatta, we competed against Sea Cadet Units from Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga. If you would like more information about Sea Cadets or would like to join TS Achilles Sea Cadets in Auckland, please check out our website - www.achilles.org.nz
Sailing South Passage
Sydney shares her epic voyage aboard the 100ft gaff rigged schooner her Grandad built - South Passage Sail Training Ship.
Sail Training Youth Deveopment 2017
2017 Summer sail training voyages on board Tall Ship Maybe
Views: 507 MaybeSailing
Sail Training Voyages
In 2016 crew member Tim Baker sailed the Irish Sea upon the ship Maybe and was awarded Outstanding Achievement by Sail Training Ireland.
Views: 199 BelfastCityCouncil
Trinity Sailing - Sail Training
Trinity runs residential sail training voyages for groups of young people and our experienced and professional staff ensure that each group member is able to play a full part. No previous experience is required. There are no passengers on our vessels: everybody is a member of the crew: the young people, their group leaders and our professional staff. The sea is a challenging environment, one which encourages young people to get the best out of themselves. They travel to new destinations each day through their own efforts. Learning to manage a traditional sailing vessel at sea and in all conditions tests the innate abilities of each individual to the limit. Few young people ever have the opportunity of finding out just what they are capable of in such a way.
Views: 121 Trinity Sailing
Learning to live on a sailboat in paradise - Sailing Tarka Ep. 1
Proceeds from this video will go to the Coral Reef Alliance, but you can also support me directly (and specifically the production of these videos) by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/theadventuresoftarka Tarka is a 1973 Albin Vega 27 (8.2m) that I bought sight-unseen and without sailing experience on the island of St. Martin in April of 2017. I was thrust head-first into ocean sailing as I got Tarka safely south from what would become the most devastating hurricane seasons on record. We are now working our way west towards the Pacific. I am sailing Tarka around the world to raise money and awareness for coral conservation by supporting the Coral Reef Alliance. You can learn more here: http://www.theadventuresoftarka.com/fundraiser or visit their website directly: http://www.coral.org If you make a donation to their website directly in Tarka's honor, please send me an e-mail copy of your receipt so I can keep track of Tarka's fundraising. You can forward to: [email protected] Additional support for Tarka’s sail for CORAL has come from: Soylent - Providing easy and healthy provisioning for long offshore passages Sta Lok - Providing swageless terminals for portions of Tarka’s rigging, making it a DIY job and allowing for easy inspection
Ever wondered how to sail across an ocean? Perhaps you're planning to cross the Atlantic, the Pacific, or circumnavigate by sail boat? This week we provide all the information you need to get started on your plans to sail across an ocean. We discuss the equipment you need categorised into subtopics such as safety equipment, self-steering, power generation and, of course, the boat itself. This is based on our personal experience of crossing the Atlantic with the ARC and the many miles of offshore sailing we've done since. For each section: (kindly provided by one of our lovely viewers) 2:14 - The boat 9:25 - Saftey equipment 15:09 - Power generation 17:47 - Self-steering 21:20 - Sails 22:53 - Little luxuries onboard 25:28 - Communications at sea As always, let's keep the discussion going by commenting below! If you like what we're doing, please subscribe and give us a thumbs up! Links: http://www.yachtrubyrose.com http://www.facebook.com/yachtrubyrose http://www.twitter.com/yachtrubyrose http://www.instagram.com/yachtrubyrose Music: Alan Walker- Fade
Views: 153723 Sailing Yacht Ruby Rose
Sea Master Training Centre - Wind Instrument/Points of Sail
Understanding the wind instrument at the helm of a sailing yacht and understanding the points of sail
Views: 6796 Duncan Boycott
12(1of3) RYA Day Skipper training course. Learning to Sail  - Sailing SV Compromise
Episode 12 Part 1 of 3 RYA Day Skipper training course. Learning to Sail - Sailing SV Compromise A'up crew In this episode we travel up to Scotland again, this time for our RYA Day skipper practical sailing courses. We booked both our courses through 1st Scotsail (link below). We meet our instructor and we also meet our new crewmates who we will be spending the next 5 days with, luckily they was all fantastic people and we had a great laugh. In part 1 we learn the basics of the sails and also how to moor up, we also learn about tacking and most importantly how to heave to. We have a close encounter with a submarine but thats for part 2. Hopefully you enjoyed this video, if you did please give us a thumbs up or even better still, hit the subscribe button, you could even press the bell icon to get notified of new videos. Thanks for your support, it really does mean a lot to us. Thanks Gav, Hannah, Liam & Kyle x PS Please stick with us regarding camera footage and sound, we will be investing in better equipment once we get a boat. JOIN US ON FACEBOOK & INSTAGRAM: 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 https://www.facebook.com/svCompromise Keep up to date with the very latest information on our facebook page. 📸 https://www.instagram.com/sailing_sv_... See our latest pictures and mini videos on our instagram page. _______________________________________________________ SUPPORT US & OUR FUTURE CONTENT: ☕️ https://www.patreon.com/SVCompromise For the price of a small coffee you could help with the creation of content and we have some great giveaways for those that support us. ____________________________________________________________________ THE EQUIPMENT WE USE: 📹 Sony AX-53 📷 GoPro Hero 3 (Black Edition) 🚁 DJI Mavic Drone 📱 iPhone 7 plus ________________________________________________________________ FOR EDITING: 🖥 Apple Mac 👨🏼‍💻 Final Cut Pro x _________________________________________________________________ LINKS: 1st Scotsail: http://www.scotsail.co.uk
Views: 2285 Sailing SV Compromise
Race Crew Sail Training
Aqua Vitae Sea School training a semi professional race crew for a Trans - Atlantic race
Views: 81 Paul Norris
ss4 sail training and navigation tbyc southend on sea
sail training and navigation at thorpe bay yacht club southend on sea, thames estuary sailing to the maunsell forts on the kent coast, prout event catamaran 34 used for the day.
Views: 269 sandhopper39
Sailing Training with sea Wolf (CYUACh)
Valdivia, Chile
Views: 12 blackdokimech
Standing Tall - Sail Training in Action
Sail Training in Action
Views: 3474 uksailtraining
Sailing the Eagle Barque: America's Tall Ship is Training the USCG Cadets
The USCG Cutter Eagle Barque is America's tall ship sailboat. You will see and hear the story of how this amazing tall ship and square rigger, the USCGC Eagle is manned by U.S. Coast Guard Cadets sailing the seven seas. Hear the story of how it became the only active duty tall ship sailing vessel in the U.S. military. From the USCG press kit: "ABOUT CGC BARQUE EAGLE USCGC ...This Eagle was built in 1936 by the Blohm and Voss Shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, and originally commissioned as Horst Wessel in 1936. Originally operated by Germany to train cadets for the German Navy, the ship was a reparation for the United States after World War II. In 1946, a U.S. Coast Guard crew - aided by the German crew still on board - sailed the tallship from Bremerhaven to its new homeport in New London, Connecticut. Eagle returned to Bremerhaven for the first time since World War II in the summer of 2005, to an enthusiastic welcome. Built during the twilight era of sail, the design and construction of Eagle embody centuries of development in the shipbuilder’s art. Te hull is steel, four-tenths of an inch thick. There are two full-length steel decks with a platform deck below. The raised forecastle and quarterdeck are made of three-inch thick teak over steel, as are the weather decks. Eagle eagerly takes to the elements for which she was designed. Effortlessly and gracefully, she drives under full sail in the open ocean at speeds up to 17.5 knots. Currently Eagle’s homeport is the Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore, Maryland, as part of a Service Life Extension Project that will keep the ship away from its standard homeport of New London, Connecticut, for several years. At the end of this restoration period Eagle will return to New London, where she will rest along the pier on the Tames River near the Coast Guard Academy when not on a training sail. Te Coast Guard Academy was originally founded in 1876 when nine students boarded the Revenue Cutter Dobbin. Approximately 1,000 men and women attend the Academy each year, all of whom will sail at one time or another on America’s only active duty square-rigger... To maneuver Eagle under sail, the crew must handle more than 22,000 square feet of sail and five miles of rigging. Over 200 lines control the sails and yards; every crewmember, cadet and officer candidate must become intimately familiar with the name, operation, and function of each line. A permanent crew of eight offcers and 50 enlisted personnel maintain the ship year round. They provide a strong base of knowledge and seamanship for the training of up to 150 cadets or officer candidates at a time. On the decks and in the rigging of Eagle, young men and women get a taste of salty air and life at sea. They are tested and challenged, often to the limits of endurance. Working aloft, they meet fear and learn to overcome it. " CURTIS BAY, BALTIMORE, MD, UNITED STATES 10.01.2018 Video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jonathan Lally U.S. Coast Guard District 7 The cutter Eagle serves as a training vessel for Coast Guard Academy cadets and candidates from the Officer Candidate School. It is the only active-duty sailing vessel in America's military, and one of only two commissioned sailing vessels, along with the USS Constitution. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jonathan Lally AT SEA Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew Masaschi U.S. Coast Guard District 5 PADET Baltimore Video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew Masaschi U.S. Coast Guard District 5 PADET Baltimore Video by Petty Officer 1st Class William Colclough U.S. Coast Guard District 1 Video by Telfair Brown U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters The eBook of AROUND THE WORLD SINGLE-HANDED: The Cruise of the Islander is at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3THFZV Get all your Mantus gear at http://www.mantusanchors.com/?affiliates=15 Mantus Anchors is a title sponsor of this video.Support the videos at www.Patreon.com/slowboatsailing On the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast Linus Wilson has interviewed the crew of Sailing SV Delos, WhiteSpotPirates (Untie the Lines), Chase the Story Sailing, Gone with the Wynns, MJ Sailing, Sailing Doodles, SV Prism, Sailing Miss Lone Star, and many others. Get Linus Wilson's bestselling sailing books: Slow Boat to the Bahamas https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018OUI1Q2/ Slow Boat to Cuba https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MFFX9AG https://gumroad.com/l/cubabook and How to Sail Around the World-Part Time https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B0OFYNW/ https://gumroad.com/l/sailing have been #1 sailing bestseller on Amazon. Associate Producers Anders Colbenson, Larry Wilson, Ted Royer, Sam Balatsias, Kevin Yeager, and Rick Moore (SSL). Sign up for our free newsletter for access to free books and other promotions at www.slowboatsailing.com music by www.BenSound.com Copyright Linus Wilson, Vermilion Advisory Services, LLC, 2018
Views: 574 Slow Boat Sailing
Sail Training at PalmaVela with our costumers/racers in our POGO1250. Fast Sailing Tuition, Offshore Sailing School, Coaching sail racing school and Ocean Racing
Views: 241 VeloxSailing
Sailing Training Video
Learn how to sail with this training video geared to young sailors. In 10 minutes you will have a great idea of how to start. The video uses voice-over and visual overlays to make it easy to learn how to sail.
Views: 507781 oppisailing
English/Nat The mere sight of it takes one back to the golden age of sail. The "Danmark", a Danish tall ship, has made its way to Washington, D-C Rigged for sail, the ship is an ocean-going school for young Danish sea cadets. For the young men and women who crew the "Danmark", the tall shop offers a chance to see the world while providing a unique environment to learn sailing skills. Sails unfurled, she rides majestically over the waters of the Potomac River. The "Danmark" is a beautiful reminder of the days when tall ships ruled the waves. But this Danish sailing vessel is not crewed by a band of salty seadogs. The crew is made up of young cadets, ages 17 to 24. This trip up the Potomac to Washington, D-C marks the end of five weeks at sea. The cadets, both male and female, are learning seafaring skills. Skills that they hope to eventually use on modern vessels. Captain O-P Neilson (neelson) says much can be learned from working the decks of "Danmark". SOUNDBITE: "We spent five weeks at the ocean on the way over here. And they learn how to work together up in the rigging and they learn to trust themselves. And they're, they are very well founded for coming on a modern ship later on because they know all the practical things." SUPER CAPTION: O.P. Neilson, "Danmark" Captain Those practical things include learning their way about a sailing vessel. and working the rigging as a team. And of course, there's also the more mundane chores of sea life. Like peeling potatoes. The work on board "Danmark" is hard. But most cadets say this life on the sea is also rewarding. SOUNDBITE: "It's great. I like it a lot. But it's hard work but we manage." SUPER CAPTION: Evy Pederson, "Danmark" Cadet The "Danmark"'s port of call for the weekend is Washington, D-C. For the crew of cadets, it's a much anticipated break on shore. It's not every day a majestic vessel like this makes port in the US capital, making this stop something to be remembered. SOUNDBITE: "It's a special event to come to Washington because every child in the world has heard about Washington. And for the people that come to see the "Danmark" I think, most people have it like I have. It's a beautiful thing to see a tall ship." SUPER CAPTION: Erik Tygesen, Danish Ambassador to the United States For the "Danmark", duty calls both to train and to bring goodwill from the people of Denmark to the world. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a08dbc65733f948ad9641d7a8ec3c9ed Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 836 AP Archive
Rick and Tall Ship Sail Training
Rick crosses Lake Ontario from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Toronto aboard the TS Playfair with Toronto Brigantine.
Views: 11262 MercerReport
Chart Navigation (Chart Plotting Part 1)
The steps for using a chart to fix your position, determine the dead reckoning, finding set and drift, course made good, and speed made good.
On board of Sedov sailing training ship
On board of Sedov sailing training ship
Views: 933 Sergey Surovtsev
Learning to sail: RYA Competent Crew Course
Having learnt to sail dinghies back in the UK, I decided to try my hand at larger vessels. With that in mind I booked an RYA Competent Crew course with Hercules Sailing School in Gibraltar. The course was run over 5 days, with three us and the instructor staying on the yacht throughout. As I was there to participate I wasn't able to film most of our manoeuvres when out at sea, but still managed to capture a bit of footage to show what the course is all about. Unfortunately I forgot my 'deadcat' so apologies in advance for any wind noise. Why sailing? I'm a big overland traveller, and to me cruising yachts are the ultimate go-anywhere 'overland travel' (as in the surface of the Earth) vehicle. Shame I can't fit my motorcycle on one.
Views: 673 Carl Michael
Ocean Youth Trust sail training yacht.mov
Generations of young people have enjoyed adventure under sail with the Ocean Youth Club/Ocean Youth Trust. The boats they have sailed have evolved over half a century. In every era, the OYC and OYT have sought to provide vessels that are strong and seaworthy; capable of being sailed by young people of different ages and abilities; and suited to developing the life skills which are a core part of the OYC / OYT experience. Since 1970, the Club has commissioned a number of purpose-built sail training vessels, incorporating the best of each generation's experience of sail training and yacht design. OYT South's current vessel, John Laing, has been in continuous service for twenty years. It is time to think of the next generation. OYT South has had a vessel specially created by Owen Clarke Design to provide an outstanding sail training experience to young people over the next thirty years.
Views: 1538 OwenClarkeDesign
Tall Ships Race 2010 (Sail Training International) Rona II
A short video made up of some footage I shot whilst on the Rona II in this years tall ships race.
Views: 1311 Stuart Jackson
HM Bark ENDEAVOUR, 1999, 18th century sail training.
A group of amateur crew learn the realities of sailing a very authentic 18th century ship.
Views: 9398 RVUSTUDIO
Bad Catamaran Sailing: 1st time without training (Caribbean Sea)
We had some problem but after getting some hints on a fly we figured out how to survive...
Views: 1990 iTrubin
Children's Sailing: Newts week sail training, Swansea Bay
An annual event from Mumbles Yacht Club, Newts Week is hosted in Swansea Bay and teaches sail training and water safety to children. Ships, sails and sea: Swansea Bay for Watersports Find out more about sailing and SB4W at http://www.swanseabay4watersports.com
Views: 696 SB4Watersports

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