22 thoughts on “Sailing the ICW in 2012 – v2.0”

  1. ALL I CAN SAY IS YOUR A REAL MAN WITH ALOT OF COURAGE ! ! ! I LIVE IN NJ
    AND SOMEDAY SOON I WILL BE DOING THAT TRIP. DOWN THE ICW WITH MY FIRST AND
    ONLY MATE OF 33YRS. I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU ,THIS VIDEO WAS VERY
    EDUCATIONAL REALLY ! I’M A DIFFERENT TYPE OF BOATER ,WE ARE MORE 35′ CONV./
    SPORTFISH TYPE BUT I ENJOY ALL TYPES OF BOATS . SO THANKS AGAIN ! ! 

  2. Enjoyed your video immensely. All I can say, as 1 sailor to another, a
    truly fantastic voyage. Thank you for sharing it with us!

  3. I would have to say this is the most instructional video I have yet seen on
    YouTube.. buying a boat, surviving a hurricane, etc. So thanks. Lovely
    diction. Now I know how to say ‘leeward’ properly. :)

  4. True renaissance man !!! I learnt more on this video than most of the so
    called professionals. I would sail with this man any time…. Thanks…..

  5. I WENT ON TO READ ALL THE POSTS SENT TO YOU AND WE ALL FEEL THE SAME WAY
    WELL DONE ! I REALLY MEAN IT FOR YOU TO DO THIS NOT EVEN IN YOUR OWN
    COUNTRY IS AWESOME ! ! ! 

  6. Awesome story!!! Very well-narrated and well written. Great story and I
    learned a lot. Make me want to go and set out my own adventure!

  7. Thank you so much for sharing your adventure. You are clearly a salty chap
    with a world of experience. You have also seen more of the east coast of
    the US in your vacation than I have as an American in my life. Inspiring to
    say the least. Perhaps it’s time I upgrade to that 35ft sailboat and
    explore the world. Well done, sir.

  8. Hi Christopher Hogan, Sorry about the link – it is now working. I put the
    wrong link up originally. I’m still getting to grips with Youtube
    uploads/editing

  9. how come part 2 is marked as private? I’m quite interested in seeing the
    rest of the ICW

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