Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour #2: Valiant 40, (Down Below)- Patrick Childress Sailing video #31

Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour of the Valiant 40, down below. This Bluewater sailboat tour with Patrick Childress presents another one of his 'Sailboat How To Videos'; Edson bilge pump installation, emergency electric bilge pump, and how he keeps them working. Starboard Marine lumber; plastic building material. Salt and fresh water foot pumps at the galley, and so many sailboat tips in just one video! This is Video 2 in a 4 part Valiant 40 Sailboat Tour Part 1 : (Above decks): “Bluewater Sailboat: Valiant 40 Sailboat tour”. #30. https://youtu.be/vT6qZtij6us Part 2 : (Below deck): “Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour: Valiant 40, Down Below” #31 Fixing Sailboats -Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour, Valiant 40, Down Below Patrick Childress Sailing This is the one you are watching now... Part 3 (Below deck part 2)-Chart table, Headliner Replacement, Marine toilet repair, and anchor chain locker-Moving weight aft an other things we didn’t have time for in this video Part 4..At the speed we go...there will be a 4th! I mean he hasn’t even gotten to the Engine room yet!!! The companion video in the “Sailboat How To videos” Series, is an above decks tour. It’s is called Bluewater Sailboat: Valiant 40 Sailboat tour. Video #30 Here is the link: https://youtu.be/vT6qZtij6us Be sure to watch for the next video...part 3 of the sailboat tour , or better yet subscribe and click the bell so you know right away when we have released the video for the next one! For more Sailboat How To Videos go to: https://www.youtube.com/PatrickChildress Check out our blog site at Http://www.WhereIsBrickHouse.com ********************************* Here are some links for the Products seen in this video. STARBOARD (polyethylene)LUMBER (two links for your convenience) Starboard Lumber at Amazon. https://amzn.to/2SFbp8I vs Starboard Lumber at West Marine: http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Ftaco-marine--king-starboard-anti-skid-sheet-12-x-27-x-3-4--18460113&cjsku=18460113 ——————————————————————————————- JABSCO TOILET. (Two links for your convenience) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ADmlwy vs West Marine http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fjabsco--twist-n-lock-compact-toilet--9532748&cjsku=9532748 ——————————————————————————— Barracuda sewing machine. https://amzn.to/2SKlktE ———————————————————————————- Edson High capacity hand operated bilge pump http://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fedson-marine--portable-multipurpose-pump-kit--290017&cjsku=290017 ———————————————————————————————- Electric bilge pump high capacity http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fjabsco--480-gph-diaphragm-bilge-pump--257204&cjsku=257204 ***As an Amazon Associate, as well as a Commission Junction Affiliate, I may earn from qualifying purchases from links on this page. #PatrickChildressSailing #Valiant40 #FixingSailboats

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Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour of the Valiant 40, down below. This Bluewater sailboat tour with Patrick Childress presents another one of his 'Sailboat How To Videos'; Edson bilge pump installation, emergency electric bilge pump, and how he keeps them working. Starboard Marine lumber; plastic building material. Salt and fresh water foot pumps at the galley, and so many sailboat tips in just one video! This is Video 2 in a 4 part Valiant 40 Sailboat Tour Part 1 : (Above decks): “Bluewater Sailboat: Valiant 40 Sailboat tour”. #30. https://youtu.be/vT6qZtij6us Part 2 : (Below deck): “Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour: Valiant 40, Down Below” #31 Fixing Sailboats -Bluewater Cruising Sailboat Tour, Valiant 40, Down Below Patrick Childress Sailing This is the one you are watching now... Part 3 (Below deck part 2)-Chart table, Headliner Replacement, Marine toilet repair, and anchor chain locker-Moving weight aft an other things we didn’t have time for in this video Part 4..At the speed we go...there will be a 4th! I mean he hasn’t even gotten to the Engine room yet!!! The companion video in the “Sailboat How To videos” Series, is an above decks tour. It’s is called Bluewater Sailboat: Valiant 40 Sailboat tour. Video #30 Here is the link: https://youtu.be/vT6qZtij6us Be sure to watch for the next video...part 3 of the sailboat tour , or better yet subscribe and click the bell so you know right away when we have released the video for the next one! For more Sailboat How To Videos go to: https://www.youtube.com/PatrickChildress Check out our blog site at Http://www.WhereIsBrickHouse.com ********************************* Here are some links for the Products seen in this video. STARBOARD (polyethylene)LUMBER (two links for your convenience) Starboard Lumber at Amazon. https://amzn.to/2SFbp8I vs Starboard Lumber at West Marine: http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Ftaco-marine--king-starboard-anti-skid-sheet-12-x-27-x-3-4--18460113&cjsku=18460113 ——————————————————————————————- JABSCO TOILET. (Two links for your convenience) Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ADmlwy vs West Marine http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fjabsco--twist-n-lock-compact-toilet--9532748&cjsku=9532748 ——————————————————————————— Barracuda sewing machine. https://amzn.to/2SKlktE ———————————————————————————- Edson High capacity hand operated bilge pump http://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fedson-marine--portable-multipurpose-pump-kit--290017&cjsku=290017 ———————————————————————————————- Electric bilge pump high capacity http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-8942237-10540053?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westmarine.com%2Fbuy%2Fjabsco--480-gph-diaphragm-bilge-pump--257204&cjsku=257204 ***As an Amazon Associate, as well as a Commission Junction Affiliate, I may earn from qualifying purchases from links on this page. #PatrickChildressSailing #Valiant40 #FixingSailboats

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B bbayburt
B bbayburt - 1 year ago
You remind me Christian Williams. I have read his sailing books and watched all of your videos, great stuff, thanks for sharing
Slow Travelling
Slow Travelling - 1 year ago
A great informative video- Thanks Patrick, Have Subscribed. Some really great work and ideas there, your boat looks amazing. Hanging out for your next video- I’m waiting to hear what you did with your Aluminium tanks as we are facing a similar problem with old water tanks!
Richard Elder
Richard Elder - 1 year ago
Hi Patrick
Nice job adding detail improvements to your V40. Especially the titanium chainplates. I'm quite familiar with the design--- actually owned a yacht building business that occupied the factory where your boat was built and employed several old boys that worked for Valiant back in that era.

Three suggestions:
1- The hinges and particularly the hasp that closes the cockpit locker are mickey mouse. Should you ever seriously have the spreaders in the water it is likely that it will be ripped off--- and then you will have a serious flooding problem.
2- Since you've converted the fo'c'sle into a storage space, it's time to move the windlass and chain locker back where it really belongs--- alongside the fwd bulkhead of the head.
3- Throw away the CQR. It always was nearly useless, so why use it to weight down the bow? If you want a second anchor get a 75# Spade or Mantus that not only works but can be broken down for storage.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
1- Correct. I did change the hasps to something a little more robust. The structure the hinges are attached to is not that robust anyway. 2- At a marina in Reunion island, in the Indian Ocean, I saw a boat with the windlass mounted just forward of the mast. The owner was never around so I could not explore just where or how the chain was stored below. The run from the bow roller to the windlass was padded for the chain to drag over. It all made perfect sense and I can't understand why no production boat manufacturer has incorporated a similar design. The snag on a Valiant-40 is the inner forestay is in the way and so is the forward hatch. It needs ro be thought out in the design process, well before the boat is built. 3- Without getting a larger boat, we have no place to store an anchor down below. Twice in 12 years we hurriedly deployed two anchors and one stored down below would have been the same as not having it at all. I would like to dump the CQR over the side but there is a good chance we will one day be in the area of
Tierra Del Fuego and just might need a second anchor, even a CQR. After
that, freedom from that otherwise dead weight. Thanks for your knowledgeable comment.
Steve Holett
Steve Holett - 1 year ago
I'm a little nervous about the crowded bilge. When all hell breaks loose, that bilge will fill up with wet paper scraps and everything else that you can think of... blocking pump....not sure how you can make it a better set up.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
You could call the big sucker of a manual pump, a trash pump.
gbmacc58
gbmacc58 - 1 year ago
Thanks, Patrick, your guidance is most interesting & helpful. Incomparable!
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Thanks for watching.
Asghar Hussain
Asghar Hussain - 1 year ago
Happy New Year, 2019.
Michael Kerr
Michael Kerr - 1 year ago
Patrick, i am new to your channel, and noticed your stern had Middletown on it and was wondering if that was in Rhode Island, and sure enough with a little google search, i see you are from my home town! I grew up there and lived on Walcott Ave on Eastons point pretty close to Second beach! Really enjoy your channel, and am planning to do a lot of sailing in the future. I used to sail J24s out of ida lewis.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Hi Michael, I lived on Aquid. Is. for about 20 years. I know Walcott Ave. pretty well and ,for a few years, lived on S. Crest St.. Rather than J24s, Rebecca and I did the 22s at Ft Adams. Lots of fun times in Newport. Don,t know if we will ever get back as we keep hearing of new areas of the world to explore, like here in Tanzania, on the east coast of Africa. Keep at it as there are a lot of great sailing opportunities in the Npt. area to prep for crossing oceans.
G King
G King - 1 year ago
Who did the storge mod in the Vee berth?
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Rebecca says Valiant did the work when the boat was built. This is one of 2 boats to have those cabinets.
William Bunting
William Bunting - 1 year ago
Great tour. I’m 100% with you on bilge pumps. I like that Edson pump and will get one of those. The high capacity electric pump is also a great feature I will install the same. I’ve decided to instal an interior end to end sea water supply line to cut down on the number of through hull fittings. I can reduce 4 to one and improve its function with better filtering and monitoring. I love the gangway grate. I thought that through for a boat I was designing, but having bought a boat instead...thanks for the reminder... will instal one in the new boat. Your use of PVC and PE sheet as a build material is spot on too.

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Sailing S/V Slipstream
Sailing S/V Slipstream - 1 year ago
Your yacht has s amazing layout I’m in the process of downsizing and purchasing a 32ft union cutter I certainly will be able to incorporate some of your ideas into this boat thanks and keep the videos comming cheers
tod mills
tod mills - 1 year ago
Rob, check out this modified Allied Seawind 30: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTH106UdiUc
PlantsAsMedicine
PlantsAsMedicine - 1 year ago
Thank you for an amazing video, there was no 'fat' in the production and I wanted it to go on for longer loved it :) inspired thank you. After almost 2 years of saving I hope to have my boat by August of this year.
PlantsAsMedicine
PlantsAsMedicine - 1 year ago
+Patrick Childress Sailing I have my eye on a classic MCGRUER 31ft 7.5 tonne full keel skeg or a Bermudan sloop 28" (I read it is forgiving) It will be my first boat and with very little experience I plan to live aboard full time within a year of purchase. Im willing to fly across the globe for a bigger cheaper boat.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
What size and make of boat?
Sailing Channel Marinus
Sailing Channel Marinus - 1 year ago
Lovely video; "The secrets of the Childress" congrats see the first adverts showing... will follow and click see what goodies they bring into the wallet..
Sailing Channel Marinus
Sailing Channel Marinus - 1 year ago
Very true, one needs to be keep issues of privacy close to heart.
Youtube like any advertisement system only can work with information, hence present them with the logic of things, in careful chosen words , as now your video shows the adverts of Grammarly....in the form of a video... So..I click and you should see that in your monetization
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Yes... a little disconerting inviting a few thousand eyes in to your home. But as Patrick used to say about writing, and now says about his videography...anything for a good story :) - Rebecca. We are still learning the monetization thing bjt it seems like Youtube has more control then we do ;)
Sailing Channel Marinus
Sailing Channel Marinus - 1 year ago
+Patrick Childress Sailing To click the adverts brings an higher award to the video channel. I have seen only a banner on this video not a starting video or other. The default setting of the upload one need choose the right options , also the tags , and references to product in the video blurb to attract high-end advertisers , and yes obvious have the viewer watch the whole video is the most important part, so the catch of a secret at the end of the vid keeps me sitting watching.. anyhow, this video was great.. loving it
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Thanks! In the intro we should say "Please help out and let the comercial run all the way through." It has been taking 2-3 hours to produce each minute of video. I finally clicked the monitize button to make whatever beer pittance You Tube pays.
Alan Sugarman
Alan Sugarman - 1 year ago
What about a vented loop on your bilge pump? Also, what about more Lily in your video? Thanks
Alan Sugarman
Alan Sugarman - 1 year ago
I replaced by bilge pump which had been mounted high in cockpit locker with a submersible bilge pump, but forgot to install either a check valve or an anti-siphon loop - one not being needed with the prior set-up. I then had siphoning into the bilge when my stern sank lower when under power. First I put in a check valve - but am replacing with an anti-siphon. I am not a fan of check valve since they can become clogged. Also, Rule uses 1 1/8 hose and fitting are not hard to find. I jury rigged a Whale 1 1/4 using tape and shrink wrap, but, hose clamps did not hold. So, found a 1 1/4 anti-siphon and purchased it and then afterwards located a 1 1/4 check valve. Am going to just use the anti-siphon. Looking forward to seeing Lily.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
A vented loop would be a very desireable thing to have, but in my special situation, with the check valve on the hand pump, the vent is not needed. Both Lily and Rebecca make special appearances in the next video.
Mark Welch
Mark Welch - 1 year ago
Oh, I know who you are now, thought the name sounded familiar. Catalina 27, round the world. Patrick, what year is this Valiant. Was it built in WA or TX? Sad to hear Valiant is not building anymore, just servicing boats at their Texoma plant now.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Yes Mark, fortunatrly I am still at it. Brick House is vintage 1973 and still going strong. It was built in Washington.....a blister boat.
jwrappuhn71
jwrappuhn71 - 1 year ago
Excellent tour Patrick, thank you Sir.
Sean Rhone
Sean Rhone - 1 year ago
Another great video and can't wait till the next!
Tom Kellum
Tom Kellum - 1 year ago
Thanks, I admire Valiants from the dock but never aboard. Pretty good layout. Take care,
Rigging Doctor
Rigging Doctor - 1 year ago
Great layout for cruising! Thanks for the tour :)
Hans Jensen
Hans Jensen - 1 year ago
Another great informative video! Good stuff that’s not found elsewhere! Thanks Patrick!

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Virgil Grillone
Virgil Grillone - 1 year ago
Thank you Patrick! Very useful, very informative! Keep up the amazing work!
Paul Fitzgerald
Paul Fitzgerald - 1 year ago
Thanks again Patrick, interesting to see another V40 down below.
Maybe a video some time on engine room, electrics, tanks and steering?
Would love to get your thoughts on the technical stuff down below.
Ma Nudo
Ma Nudo - 1 year ago
He man, once again, great video, love what you're doing and sharing!! Thanks a lot!
David NCW
David NCW - 1 year ago
Good stuff well presented Thank You
Jim Ryan
Jim Ryan - 1 year ago
Do you find your SSB Radio useful compared to the cost
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
South Jersey, Great story of survival. Just like our old Furuno, GPS is still there and working, there is no reason to remove such a good piece of back up equipment like the SSB.
SouthJerseySound
SouthJerseySound - 1 year ago
While not as useful as they once were, I've been in 2 serious situations where the sat phone wouldn't get a signal and one of those times could've been life or death when we hit submerged sea can and holed the boat. Had we not reached someone we'd have been in the raft counting on the Eprb in the North Atlantic. Thankfully we reached a Russian Naval vessel via SSB and they had a pump that saved our ass and boat. They where going to Boston of all places and stayed with us long enough to stabilize the boat and make sure we'd make it to port. Needless to say I was damn glad I kept our SSB. Funny thing was when we went to return the pump (I don't think they expected us too) the ship was tied up near the USS Constitution and security was pretty tight. But they let us through with the pump and 10 cases of Jack Daniels,15 cartons of Marlboro ciggs and about 300 boxes of Tastycakes courtesy of the boats owner. I thought it was a cheap price to pay for saving our butts although the owner wasn't too pleased when he realized it all went on his credit card lol. But I would've paid it if need be because it was worth it to get invited on a Russian Frigate docked in US waters.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
No it is really goingb the way of the cassette stereo and Radio Direction Finder. Satellite coms like Iridium Go are replacing SSB.
Clay Farnet
Clay Farnet - 1 year ago
Just wondering if you’d consider talking about (since you were a delivery capt) what a potential cruiser should buy/look for. I love Robert Perry’s Bw cruisers....but age...so many variables. I debate with my brother about “deals” that have been sitting for years vs paying a little more for a boat that’s had a recent refit. I know the debates are endless but any insight in future videos would be invaluable. Btw, not talking unlimited funds but in the $50k to $100k range...or what you think is reasonable for a bluewater cruiser...before spare parts, etc. One more??? Excluding your beautiful boat, what would be your next boat? Sorry for taking his time Rebecca :)
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Clay, we are far inland in Tanzania on safari and just have this little pad with a poking stick. Will give a better reply when return to BH.
AREO
AREO - 1 year ago
Thanks Patrick another great vid. Like the idea with the screen over the shower hose in the bilge, saves having to worry about a separate sump.
Sailing Fanatic
Sailing Fanatic - 1 year ago
Amazing Sailing adcventures ! Why yall dont share on soSAILize ( .net ) . Many Sailing Bloggers on there !
bill hanna
bill hanna - 1 year ago
I delivered one of these in and was impressed how she handled some rough conditions & no slow boat to china either , faster then i imagined , strong & seaworthy, terribly wet down below owing to 'all' hatches leaking like a sive - new rubbers fixed that . great vid T/Y.
glassman51
glassman51 - 1 year ago
Hi Patrick, i want to thank you so much for youe videos, knowledge and willingness to share it all.I learn so much and you also validate my skillset and inspire me to learn more and more.CHEERS, Scott
SV Windchime

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James Outerbridge
James Outerbridge - 1 year ago
Oh Patrick....the shame..... no hose clamps on your main bilge pump discharge line ;-)
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
+James Outerbridge james, i am using a tiny tablet keys with a poker stick while far inland in Tanzania. I got another look.... braided hose with elbow is the fridge drain, other small hose is chain lkr drain. Vid aftr nxt I will try to remember to go back and point those out. Thanks for questioning the braided one.
James Outerbridge
James Outerbridge - 1 year ago
+Patrick Childress Sailing Sorry about that Patrick, looks like i confused that braided clear hose line as the bilge line, just a thought perhaps some hose and valve labeling to add to an upcoming video as a safety feature thing, like you say its always the obvious things we all miss. Safe travels In Tanzania. best Jim.
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Jim, Hopefully others will read this and understand that Rebecca ani are deep inland in Tanzania on safari for a couple weeks so will be lax responding to comments. I have to poke this tiny keyboard with a jabber to type. Jim, you had me worried as there can always be something that which is obvious, could be missed! The main electric bilge discharge is not shown. The white discharge hose is the hand pump discharge and because of the poor lighting and shutter blurr , the hose clamp on the discharge thruhull is hard to see. But I probably should have pointed out that that is the hose which used to come straight out then down to the hand pump. Thanks for getting my heart rate up without exercise!
Mark Foster
Mark Foster - 1 year ago
Excellent. What do you think about the forward head vs the aft head?
Patrick Childress Sailing
Patrick Childress Sailing - 1 year ago
Mark, as soon as I get back to Brick House in about 2 weeks I will give a better response.
Kit Griffin
Kit Griffin - 1 year ago
Excellent layout and thank you for the tour.
cameron Gibbs
cameron Gibbs - 1 year ago
A video on what to put in a ditch kit and first aid kit would be good as a lot of people don't put much thought into it
cameron Gibbs
cameron Gibbs - 1 year ago
Robert Perry really knows how to make a decent blue water cruiser
S/V Della Jean
S/V Della Jean - 1 year ago
Great video, thanks for the ongoing tour it gives me ideas for my upgrade projects. I really like the spring locks (?) on the locker doors. Online I think I found them. Are they called hatch springs?

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