Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

In this episode . . It's my turn to get rescued! Engine on the dinghy goes down opposite some nasty reefs in high wind and seas off the island of Aruba in the Caribbean, I face putting the boat on a concrete boat jetty and damaging 'Shadow', spend two weeks aboard in rough weather, fix a winch and eat some Burger and Chicken!! Thank you for watching this episode, please give us a thumbs up and subscribe. On Facebook our page is ‘Adventures of an old Seadog’ and there you can find ‘realtime’ up-dates and news. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/adventuresofanoldseadog/ If you’d like to help the Old Seadog Please checkout our Patreon page on the link below. https://www.patreon.com/Adventuresofanoldseadog Contributions to the project can be made at paypal.me/seadogadventures Twitter https://twitter.com/barryperrins Thanks so much for your support, The adventure continues. Safe sailing. Boat: White Shadow is a Van De Stadt ‘Seal’ 36 (11 metres). She is hand made in steel, 2004, with a round bilge (hull) and a modified coach roof. This makes her a ‘one off’ and in my opinion the most beautiful Van De Stadt 36 ever built. The camera gear: Main camera is a Panasonic Hc-v700. Most shots are done with an external mic (Shenggu sg 108) with a sponge and dead kitten attached. Action stuff and small blogging is done with a Sony Hdr-as30v. Underwater video Gopro3plus. Editing: Final cut pro on a Macbook. Most of the material for each video is filmed over a period of several weeks or so and the editing of each episode is normally done over a day. This process can take longer if original music is used or permissions are needed for copyrighted materials etc. Much time is spent sorting out technical problems. In this case I normally get the help of a younger person who understands computerie stuff! There are also times when filming, editing and uploading is not possible due to being at sea or in locations with no internet access. Content: I have found that filming and releasing material over a period of time is better than doing ‘vlog’ style videos and trying to make episodes out of whats happened in a week, regardless if it’s good content or not. By filming over a period of time I can be more selective in what goes into each video. My aim is to avoid ‘blar bar mundane’ and have at least one or two exciting and interesting events in every video. Every video has to be entertaining. Comments and being at sea: I love reading your comments. Most weeks Im able to read everyone. I cant reply to everybody but I do read and enjoy them. Keep them coming! There are times that It might seem I'm not on the internet for certain periods, this is normally when Im at sea on passage. While Im out on the Ocean I have completely no communications with the outside World. Disclaimers and copyrights : All video content on this channel/page is copyright and must not be used without permission. All music used in this series is original or, free to use, royalty free, used with permission. No copyright infringements intended. All statements are personal opinions and need not necessarily represent fact. Persons undertaking action from advice, instructions or information from this channel do so at their own risk

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In this episode . . It's my turn to get rescued! Engine on the dinghy goes down opposite some nasty reefs in high wind and seas off the island of Aruba in the Caribbean, I face putting the boat on a concrete boat jetty and damaging 'Shadow', spend two weeks aboard in rough weather, fix a winch and eat some Burger and Chicken!! Thank you for watching this episode, please give us a thumbs up and subscribe. On Facebook our page is ‘Adventures of an old Seadog’ and there you can find ‘realtime’ up-dates and news. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/adventuresofanoldseadog/ If you’d like to help the Old Seadog Please checkout our Patreon page on the link below. https://www.patreon.com/Adventuresofanoldseadog Contributions to the project can be made at paypal.me/seadogadventures Twitter https://twitter.com/barryperrins Thanks so much for your support, The adventure continues. Safe sailing. Boat: White Shadow is a Van De Stadt ‘Seal’ 36 (11 metres). She is hand made in steel, 2004, with a round bilge (hull) and a modified coach roof. This makes her a ‘one off’ and in my opinion the most beautiful Van De Stadt 36 ever built. The camera gear: Main camera is a Panasonic Hc-v700. Most shots are done with an external mic (Shenggu sg 108) with a sponge and dead kitten attached. Action stuff and small blogging is done with a Sony Hdr-as30v. Underwater video Gopro3plus. Editing: Final cut pro on a Macbook. Most of the material for each video is filmed over a period of several weeks or so and the editing of each episode is normally done over a day. This process can take longer if original music is used or permissions are needed for copyrighted materials etc. Much time is spent sorting out technical problems. In this case I normally get the help of a younger person who understands computerie stuff! There are also times when filming, editing and uploading is not possible due to being at sea or in locations with no internet access. Content: I have found that filming and releasing material over a period of time is better than doing ‘vlog’ style videos and trying to make episodes out of whats happened in a week, regardless if it’s good content or not. By filming over a period of time I can be more selective in what goes into each video. My aim is to avoid ‘blar bar mundane’ and have at least one or two exciting and interesting events in every video. Every video has to be entertaining. Comments and being at sea: I love reading your comments. Most weeks Im able to read everyone. I cant reply to everybody but I do read and enjoy them. Keep them coming! There are times that It might seem I'm not on the internet for certain periods, this is normally when Im at sea on passage. While Im out on the Ocean I have completely no communications with the outside World. Disclaimers and copyrights : All video content on this channel/page is copyright and must not be used without permission. All music used in this series is original or, free to use, royalty free, used with permission. No copyright infringements intended. All statements are personal opinions and need not necessarily represent fact. Persons undertaking action from advice, instructions or information from this channel do so at their own risk

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for Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

Andrew Nicolson
Andrew Nicolson - 6 years ago
Love the videos.Do you need a lot of money for docking in all these places
Wildlife Walks with CountryGent
Wildlife Walks with CountryGent - 6 years ago
Bet you enjoyed your afters as well Bazza! Ooo Matron!
Thor Kaneohe
Thor Kaneohe - 6 years ago
Long distance cruising is hard work both physically and mentally. Cruising single handed is even harder. Not being in your 20's makes it even more difficult but the old Seadog is doing pretty awesome!! Then again, it beats a 9-5 job anytime. Sail on You Crazy Diamond!!!
Adventures of an old Seadog
Adventures of an old Seadog - 6 years ago
Cheers Thor.
Steve .Collier
Steve .Collier - 6 years ago
Yeah great but what was wrong with the dingy motor or did I miss that, those winds were most concerning, cheap part of town hidden from the tourists, wonderful video
philipkenneth24
philipkenneth24 - 6 years ago
worth doing t'other winch too or no?
jack henderson
jack henderson - 6 years ago
Getting your Shaft clean is the best part.  Great vid Barry.
Mike Hradecky
Mike Hradecky - 6 years ago
Clever how you suspend your dinghy off the side with a halyard. I'll remember that trick.
Norman Boyes
Norman Boyes - 6 years ago
you certainly did the Aruba tourist board no favours at all. Those conditions were just far too hairy to enable relaxation. Hope you are keeping your shaft well polished.
Ed Grant
Ed Grant - 6 years ago
Spent 5 days on Aruba earlier this year...Oranjestad is not much more than a cruise ship tourist trap with (currently owing to the destruction in the Eastern Caribbean) anywhere from 3,000 to 15,000 tourists per day showing up. Palm and Eagle beaches are a bit less hectic with the emphasis on beach activity but my impression is that the island is grossly oversold.

10. comment for Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

Ed Grant
Ed Grant - 6 years ago
“A clean shaft...”. And a well lubed “winch”!
WhiteVanMan
WhiteVanMan - 6 years ago
4:31 Interesting looking boat, do you know what it is?
Keith Mann
Keith Mann - 6 years ago
Don't do bloopers mate.
Braavos
Braavos - 6 years ago
There is good Ports of call .. and Bad ones.... Time to pull up anchor and head toward a good one.. ... Maybe one with lonely women , needing a good old Seadog .. .. Set Sail My Friend ..
Adventures of an old Seadog
Adventures of an old Seadog - 6 years ago
Yes, I should do more pool scenes !
Lynn Dirk
Lynn Dirk - 6 years ago
Wait a minute...how did you get that footage of your rowing back to shadow? Hmmmm
Adventures of an old Seadog
Adventures of an old Seadog - 6 years ago
Ar harr! If you watch ,the first time I grabbed on I put the go pro on the deck.
Mr. Horton
Mr. Horton - 6 years ago
Glad you're feeling better about it all, Seadog! Love following your vlogs, and sharing your adventures! Adventures of an old Seadog! Number 1!!!!
RJ Serpa
RJ Serpa - 6 years ago
Thanks for sharing Barry. Clever camera work and editing ol' boy.
battyprofessor
battyprofessor - 6 years ago
brilliant! Thank you for sharing your adventure - respect
FiddleStick's bessette
FiddleStick's bessette - 6 years ago
I don't get it,your motor stopped.?? on the dingy,but when you were being towed,i saw it running.? and that fella who towed you,was an ass hole,and you don't need that kind of help in the ocean,but he was drink'ing,so ugh.

20. comment for Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

Ease the Sheets
Ease the Sheets - 6 years ago
Wonderful thing about a pelican, its beak can hold more than its belly can !! Good bit of rowing watch that heart.
JP Andersson
JP Andersson - 6 years ago
Now that was a little bit too exiting
Ray M
Ray M - 6 years ago
those portable engines are better used as a back-up anchor.
Ray M
Ray M - 6 years ago
jimjam 81 I have one and majority of the time I end up rowing back to the boat not reliable
jimjam 81
jimjam 81 - 6 years ago
I meant why are they better used as an anchor?
Ray M
Ray M - 6 years ago
jimjam 81 cleat off your line and tie the other end to the motor and toss over.
jimjam 81
jimjam 81 - 6 years ago
Ray M how do you work that out??
joel1239871
joel1239871 - 6 years ago
You always put out good quality videos, Barry.  I enjoy your adventures!
Adventures of an old Seadog
Adventures of an old Seadog - 6 years ago
Cheers Joel
sean mulligan
sean mulligan - 6 years ago
An olde seadog needs an olde dingy anchor hohoho
jim czerwinski
jim czerwinski - 6 years ago
Often thought about it BUT!,
Ric Gaston
Ric Gaston - 6 years ago
Some time ago I found an Aruba 50C coin (dated 2012), I have been carrying it in my pocket every day since then. I intend to return it to the island - some day. I'm not opposed to people sending me coins from anywhere in the world, for me to return them to their place of their origin. I only lack the actual boat in which to travel on this journey of repatriation of the coins of the world.
thedrloboski stevens
thedrloboski stevens - 6 years ago
Ok Captain, Two serious questions here for you, One, What does the search when interring a place such as Aruba consist of and two, If sailing pretty much several countries over there what exactly is the rules for carrying a gun on board? There would be no way id sailed across the Pacific or the Atlantic with out one.
thedrloboski stevens
thedrloboski stevens - 6 years ago
Have you ever sailed in the ocean before?, so I catch the shark and eat what I need. Just what do I do with the other 1800 ponds of meat?.lol.Am not going out to shoot anyone nor shoot a fish to eat,. Just if am about to have a shark take a bike out of the raft in case I have to abandon ship., Like the park rangers in the Farallon Islands. That raft now sits above there fireplace on the main station as a reminder to them. 3 foot bite mark and by the grace of God a chopper was close by to pick them up. Hugh Howser did a show on the Farallon islands, look it up...Thanks again friend.
Mum Blic
Mum Blic - 6 years ago
Yes, Legal but useless , not more than a security blanket. You should not shoot the sharks, but catch them.;-)) Your main source of food. Also these days you should invest in 2 good EPIRB's one big for the boat and one smaller personal one!
thedrloboski stevens
thedrloboski stevens - 6 years ago
I went through the noonsite really fast. Its not that big of deal as long as there secure as well as locked up and it best to call a head to ask what there rules are for declaring when before entering a port from the last country you left from. That's really a great site, Thanks again for it.
thedrloboski stevens
thedrloboski stevens - 6 years ago
Very legal in international waters. Also ships carry them for pirates on the open sea with arm guards. I'll look that site up though, thanks for the reply. I assure you if I have to leave the boat and head into a small raft I plan on taking care of my life when sharks start surround it.
Mum Blic
Mum Blic - 6 years ago
A gun on a sailboat is a useless piece of metal and the last place you will need it is the pacific and the Atlantic.
Rules are almost everywhere the same, "no guns allowed" noonsite.com is the main reference for a lot of sailors
legend343
legend343 - 6 years ago
So Aruba is a s£££ hole for cruisers then.....
Don’t get me wrong, I love you and your channel but it would’ve been nice to have a comparison of prices as I have no idea what you’d normally pay for a bag of rice and how many kilos is was..
Nice with the beer, now that you can compare the world over.!
Cheers
Warren
Dudenat or
Dudenat or - 6 years ago
That $12 Tropicana juice should have been under $5 anywhere in Canada or the USA.
tod mills
tod mills - 6 years ago
I know someone who vacations every winter in Aruba. I used to be envious, but now I'm wondering why....thanks! lol

30. comment for Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

Greg B
Greg B - 6 years ago
Felt the need to shine my shaft up after watching this Barry. Good vid as usual.
alphasxsignal
alphasxsignal - 6 years ago
The boat pulled you to fast.
Craig Perth AU
Craig Perth AU - 6 years ago
Gee poor bugger , could it get any worse. See not always that good hey , thanks for sharing Barry . Take Care ,Cheers
Al W
Al W - 6 years ago
Good for you to find something of comfort. A reeeeaaaally good burger will do it. Thanks for another good video.
Greg B
Greg B - 6 years ago
Al W I agree but even after a long awaited juicy burger shit inevitably is bound to happen sooner or later. Haha. Good video.
sean Hudson
sean Hudson - 6 years ago
Good times, thanks Barry. Always look forward to your videos.
bobie gale
bobie gale - 6 years ago
Seadogs definition of vulgar..." It's above my pay scale".
Jeff C.
Jeff C. - 6 years ago
Lesson learned,  carry a large contractor grade trash bag for your food cart.  Either put the entire loaded food cart into the trash bag or put the food into the trash bag used as a cart liner.  Trash bags are soooo useful. .
Geo. Sackett
Geo. Sackett - 6 years ago
Isn't Aruba windsurfing capital of the world? I thought the wind never stops blowing there.
Jeff C.
Jeff C. - 6 years ago
I hope James Damore sues the everliving crap out of Google and in addition demands a full and public apology from the top management of Google.
rick powell
rick powell - 6 years ago
The only outboard that doesnt stop when i got near it has been Mercury.Big or Small.This Old Dogs back in his Basket drying out.!!.Enjoy whist You can.!!
Frederic Koning
Frederic Koning - 6 years ago
Your life is quite an adventure!
williambob111
williambob111 - 6 years ago
Yep, my shaft is clean too.
Hindukush
Hindukush - 6 years ago
You should have totally buzzed the hotel in your dingy. That would have been epic. Beer in hand....
Alfred Angelici
Alfred Angelici - 6 years ago
Barry, since you took apart the seized winch and cleaned and grease it, why didn’t you do the same for the opposite winch? Wouldn’t it be logical take it apart and make sure it is not heading for the same seizing condition as the winch you just repaired? (Unless of course you have already inspected or rebuilt the opposite winch, or fully replaced it in the recent past). You surely do not want to lose the second winch while out on a future ocean leg.
Adventures of Gypsy Soul
Adventures of Gypsy Soul - 6 years ago
That's the Marriott you were in with the private boats that come into the hotel. The boats take you to their private little beach which is very nice!
gess ges
gess ges - 6 years ago
Good fun , bloody wind pain in the ass , makes you wonder what that country has to charge so much for stuff , the islanders must be well off , time to move to fairer weather keep going
curacao11
curacao11 - 6 years ago
drama hahahaha nice video Barry
Franklin Howell
Franklin Howell - 6 years ago
Just wanted to let you know that I tried avacado with wochtshire sauce be and it's great!!
MiQ Bohlin
MiQ Bohlin - 6 years ago
No more Charlie voice?
I really like your humours vids from all over. I noticed you’ve got company now, but I’m still missing that Charlie talk. Maybe some pelican can do a stand in?
Jeffrey Searle
Jeffrey Searle - 6 years ago
Polishing your shaft will get you a out of control dingy

50. comment for Dinghy Rescue. Adventures of an old Seadog, ep 80

coastal cruising
coastal cruising - 6 years ago
GREAT video  mate
theislandpackrat
theislandpackrat - 6 years ago
Your life is definitely not boring! Your smart not leaving your boat!
K8UR Channel
K8UR Channel - 6 years ago
You are taking the romance, conquest and desire out of sailing for me.
Please get a woman, like most successful sailing channels. I’m sure it would pay in the end..
K8UR Channel
K8UR Channel - 6 years ago
Will Seegert So what’s that mean..?
50 ain’t old!!
Mark Harrod
Mark Harrod - 6 years ago
I somewhat agree ... maybe instead of dealing with a seized winch, he should seize a wench ... before abruptly leaving port for bluer seas.
Will Seegert
Will Seegert - 6 years ago
K8UR Channel he’s 50 years old
Chris Atkin
Chris Atkin - 6 years ago
Sorry giggled at the rowing against wind part :)
But at least you have a clean shaft lol x
Terrence Bradley
Terrence Bradley - 6 years ago
What hoppen with the motor? Out of gas or.....? Glad it all worked out more or less. Those of us who also have that brand of motor are scratching our heads and wondering.
NovaCygni
NovaCygni - 6 years ago
Gotta love the "Bloopers" additions Barrys started putting on the ends of the videos :) Hilarious, down to Earth and ofcourse enjoyable to watch video.
Stephen J
Stephen J - 6 years ago
A cold beer, plus a clean and well lubricated shaft, sounds like a happy ending to me.
Jocke Warnicke
Jocke Warnicke - 6 years ago
Finaly! something concrete, Heiniken to the rescue ;)
Chris McEvoy
Chris McEvoy - 6 years ago
Great video a usual Barry. :) ... Glad you were able to get help towing your dingy that would of scared the shit out of me.
tod mills
tod mills - 6 years ago
Not Barry, though....he's sitting there cool as a cucumber filming the whole ride from multiple viewpoints! He's da man!!
FilmNfool
FilmNfool - 6 years ago
food may have gotten damp and days before a good beer could be drank, but at least you got the shiniest shaft in all of the islands !
zebuhdee
zebuhdee - 6 years ago
OK Dog, so are you saying that you have to clear Customs at A even though you must've already done that at C? One would have thought that 'Free Pratique ' would cover all of ABC! Seems odd.
varad17
varad17 - 6 years ago
So what was wrong with the dingy motor? Or did I miss that ?
Boat & Dive
Boat & Dive - 6 years ago
Great episode, as always!! Now if you will excuse me, I need to inspect my shaft for old grease.
Kenneth Hammond
Kenneth Hammond - 6 years ago
Feel free to take to it with a wire brush, if needed to shift the old dried up remnants.
Steve Holett
Steve Holett - 6 years ago
Excellent shaft polisher.
Gary Whaley
Gary Whaley - 6 years ago
Are you following RAN Sailing?, they also ended up in Aruba, i thought you got ahead of them?
Cris Brown
Cris Brown - 6 years ago
You are right about the shaft it must stay clean !! great video stay well
Andrew Baumgartner
Andrew Baumgartner - 6 years ago
Not sure if abrasives are the right way to go...
David Pearson
David Pearson - 6 years ago
nothing like some good nosh to lift the spirits..:)
mrmusicmanic
mrmusicmanic - 6 years ago
Great episode, God u had a rough time. Looking forward to the next one
Thoth Al Khem
Thoth Al Khem - 6 years ago
I just sailed back up from Mexico Barry...last port I spent 3 months in a tourist port called Ensenada...80 miles south of San Diego ..I ate like a KING and drank all the V-8 juice, mineral water and fresh fruit juices (No Beer for me)...$200.oo dollars US a month....so inexpensive although the Marina (Beautiful) for my 40 footer was $570 a month.
runway heading
runway heading - 6 years ago
Lovely video, Seadog. Seriously though. How much longer can you keep this up? You may need to bring on a Mate in the future?
jimjam 81
jimjam 81 - 6 years ago
Paul Ohlstein do you know nothing about the magic of television
Adventures of an old Seadog
Adventures of an old Seadog - 6 years ago
nobody but me!
joel1239871
joel1239871 - 6 years ago
No, he set the camera on the boat when he first was dropped off, before being blown downwind.
Paul Ohlstein
Paul Ohlstein - 6 years ago
+runway heading: Somebody was obviously on board Shadow to film Barry rowing towards Shadow and come on board.
Prankishsquire
Prankishsquire - 6 years ago
Fair winds, thanks for the ride.
bob swezey
bob swezey - 6 years ago
enjoyed your video....
Gary C
Gary C - 6 years ago
Hi Barry. What was the problem with the dingy motor ?  I had a friend go to Aruba for 2 weeks holiday and he said it was the worst place he had ever been. It rained almost non stop for the 2 weeks.  Thanks for sharing. Fair winds & regards from the UK
J Brat
J Brat - 6 years ago
Thank you!!
6r4metroman
6r4metroman - 6 years ago
Food & beer, what could go wrong :-)
james caslake
james caslake - 6 years ago
Brilliant as usual. All the best from Plymouth Mr Perrins

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