Girl Wakeboarding behind a Sailboat (Sailing Florida Keys) Ep. 2

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chuck simpson
chuck simpson - 3 years ago
cheater using the engine
James Grubb
James Grubb - 5 years ago
I am in love with this boat. Have been watching everyone's vids on it and researching it. Looking for a 2000's (used) Mac 26 M or X. Just learning sailing and looks to be fairly easy on a beginner. I'm here in Florida too so this was especially inspiring. Thanks for the inspirations!
nasanction
nasanction - 5 years ago
Is that a MacGregor 26?
Or possibly a Hunter "The Edge"
nasanction
nasanction - 5 years ago
+Sailing And Fun
Thank you!
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 5 years ago
The 26x is fun to sail, but sometimes we want to get there faster with the 50hp outboard (15 knots). It is great for out running storms and water sports, like wakeboarding. Since the boat was designed to be light with a planning hull, it rolls more than fixed keel sailboats, but every boat is a compromise and all the versatility of the 26x outweighs dealing with the extra rolling for us.
nasanction
nasanction - 5 years ago
+Sailing And Fun

I thought so. That's the boat I'm looking to get one day. I would be interested in a review of your boat, what you like and dislike about it.
How it handles as both a sailboat and a cruzer. And maybe any changes you made or addons.
If you have the time I mean. ;)
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 5 years ago
It is a MacGregor 26x
Ed Hall
Ed Hall - 5 years ago
Great video, Did some one say there was a sailboat,  Did not notice!!
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 5 years ago
+Ed Hall For sure it was there, otherwise we would of had to swim to get anywhere :)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_jbs62tQQvdZ2udNHU3ADA
dgman smile
dgman smile - 5 years ago
wow... cool video and such a beautiful woman !
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 5 years ago
+dgman smile Thanks dgman! We upgraded our camera to HD and you can check out our newer episodes here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_jbs62tQQvdZ2udNHU3ADA
jrhamp
jrhamp - 6 years ago
Just back from Europe..in the mountains for the summer...I have a boat in KW..even though it is hot and humid..your video makes me think about going back down in August.

Stay cool!

Thanks and have a great time/Randall
Mike OBrien
Mike OBrien - 6 years ago
I do love these armchair experts that have never been on Mac 26 that tell everybody how bad they are, these so called experts have no idea about Macs.

I have a 26X and an offshore racing yacht, the Mac is more stable than the offshore boat, its prettier than the offshore boat, has better accommodation and is more comfortable in a sea.

I suggest before you sprout off about how bad Macs are you actually try one instead of just repeating the rubbish other ignorant people sprout on so called "real sailing
" forums Ignorance just shows ones lack of acceptance and a closed mind.

Mean while I will just cruise along at 25knts with my 75Hp motor or choose to sail when I want to,

Show me a "real sailboat" that can do that :)

PS Macs are chick magnets, doesn't every Mac owner have a pretty blonde as a cabin mate??
John Elias
John Elias - 3 years ago
I acquired one to combine 2 of my boats. While I only had the 50hp on my 26x I found I couldn't get on plane on a knee board and ended up selling it instead of my 26s and a motor boat. I love my 26s wouldn't trade it for anything.
davetileguy
davetileguy - 6 years ago
not fair!!
pete49327
pete49327 - 6 years ago
Fantastic music, so soothing and relaxing.

10. comment for Girl Wakeboarding behind a Sailboat (Sailing Florida Keys) Ep. 2

Cindy Lin
Cindy Lin - 6 years ago
hello there, nice video, feel free check out my sailing video in Hawaii :-)
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dbuquPgwyo
Eloquence
Eloquence - 6 years ago
It's not a sailboat if you can ski behind it.
Mike A
Mike A - 5 years ago
+Bluenoser613 Have you not heard of a Trimaran :)
highvelocity123
highvelocity123 - 6 years ago
Sexy..!!
Jay Townsend
Jay Townsend - 6 years ago
Delightful video and a beautiful woman to admire,,thank you for sharing.
NickyTV
NickyTV - 6 years ago
do hese type of sail boats cost allot how much would they cost 2nd hand?
LouB
LouB - 6 years ago
Having fun . . .

Ain't that just one great reason to own/sail a boat
Rodinei Ramos
Rodinei Ramos - 4 years ago
LouB milepak
Pat Doyle
Pat Doyle - 6 years ago
I am not a fan of those MacGregors but if having one would get me that girl, I'd buy two.
sc1212able
sc1212able - 6 years ago
NICE VIDEO GUYS
Dive Bar Casanova
Dive Bar Casanova - 6 years ago
The Macs are amazing boats.
Dan Crawford
Dan Crawford - 6 years ago
I have a 2000 Mac 26X I bought about a year and a half ago and been getting it shipshape since. She should be ready for the upcoming season will be sailing around Norfolk and OBX. After watching your video with my older daughter, we definitely would like to come down to the Keys eventually, looks like you two were having a lot of fun.
Couple of questions is where did you hook up your ski tow rope and who was the artist for the music around 7:30 into the video, I can't get it out of my head.
Dan Crawford
Dan Crawford - 6 years ago
Thx for the info
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+Dan Crawford rope was on both rudder cleats, centered with a knot- Y shape
Unsure of song title, was on You Tube video manager play list, sorry. Have fun this summer!

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Jeff Verheek
Jeff Verheek - 6 years ago
More bikini....
Ernie Wingfield
Ernie Wingfield - 4 years ago
you mean less bikini don't you :)
couerl
couerl - 6 years ago
Boioioioioioioioing. :p
Violet Meldrum
Violet Meldrum - 6 years ago
Nice video . We have  26 foot gregor just sitting and wasting away. I will play this for my husband,,  
Violet Meldrum
Violet Meldrum - 6 years ago
What boat??  
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+Violet Meldrum 26x
StarSloop
StarSloop - 6 years ago
Enjoyed your video!   Sailing our Mac amongst the keys is on my bucket list!  Hopefully within the next couple years!   Thanks for sharing.
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+StarSloop Thanks!
blkcpdconure
blkcpdconure - 6 years ago
Looks pretty fun!
Lewis Maker
Lewis Maker - 6 years ago
You dog you! I think I could make it to Hawii and then reprovision. Woried about having to drink the ballast water if I nave to. After that the long haul to pollenisa. Island after Island untill I die. Beats dropping dead in front of this computer.
highvelocity123
highvelocity123 - 6 years ago
+Dan Nelson Well Dan, that was quite a monologue you wrote there.  You drew a lot of assumptions in it, but hey that's what most people do.  I have sailed in the BVI's, I've motored from NJ to Lake Champlain Canada.  I've been in big blue before.  One thing I never even implied was that you shouldn't have a good navigational back round.  YOU, on you're rank, assumed a lot.  You're a blow heart sailor, and probably a prick no one wants to be around.  What I was simply saying was, into today's day and age there are a lot more safety features available...   
Dan Nelson
Dan Nelson - 6 years ago
+highvelocity123 3


"up to the minute weather forecasts, EPIRB, gps, radar, and an engine that will apparently plane the boat off"


A perfect example of the mentality of an arm chair sailor, First of all you're not going to be planing the M26X in off shore swells.


Second only an arm chair sailor or a moron relies on electronics when sailing a small boat off shore where the only thing between you and welfare of your crew and passengers is the failure of a $.03 mass produced Chinese transistor. 


This isn't my first Rodeo, I don't want to sound like I'm bragging but I do hold a USCG Unlimited Master Mariners Certification and I've logged well over a millions ocean miles. In this day of modern electronics whether I'm in command of a Panamax or a ULCC I still don't rely entirely on the ships navigational electronics. I always maintain traditional navigation alongside the electronics using traditional methods such as celestial navigation as well as dead reckoning, in my opinion only a fool wishing to confirm Murphy's law relies entirely on electronics 


My dedication to maintaining traditional navigation alongside it's electronic counterpart has paid off more than once, every single time there's been a discrepancy between electronics and traditional it was always traced to a fault or an error in the electronics, dead reckoning has never once failed me. On the other hand I've seen electronic navigation fail numerous times with sometimes catastrophic consequences.


As for the refuges, All I have to ask is often do we here about raft people being rescued. Oh and the trip from Cuba to Florida is child's play compared to say the trip from California to Hawaii.


Furthermore its painfully obviously you're not an ocean sailor or you would know the difference between lake, coastal and blue water cruisers. 


The M26X isn't a coastal or blue water cruiser. the M26X is a fair weather light weight trailer sailor, Its a light weight party boat designed for protected water day sailing and maybe a bit of protected anchorage boat camping. The rigging and hull of this vessel aren't anywhere near substantial enough for blue water sailing. This arm chair sailor mentality is nothing new,for decades novice sailors with no blue water experience dream of sailing off into the sunset on a circumnavigation with nothing more than a light weight trailer sailor.


Of course the moment they are faced with real seas that attitude changes. It's one thing to sail on protected waters and quite another to face swells that tower far above your mast, This is usually about the point were the mast starts to resemble a wet noodle and said arm chair sailor starts wishing they had bought a more substantial boat.


The M26X is a nice boat for what she was deigned for but she's far to lightly built to withstand the rigors of ocean sailing, Not to mention she is poorly laid out for an ocean going passage and would be very uncomfortable in anything other than fair weather..


I don't expect arm chair and protected water sailors to take my word for it. If you think you are up to the task why don't you offer to crew aboard a boat headed for an off shore passage. I'm sure some real sea time will cure your desire to head out to sea in a trailer sailor. 


As I mentioned sailing around the Keys and island hopping the BVI is nothing like open water sailing even a simple sail from California to Hawaii is much more challenging then Island hopping the keys. Heck the sail from California to Hawaii is considered child's play compared to most other open ocean passages. The pacific puddle jump is considered to be a novice sail for those attempting their first blue water passage  


I once sailed a 53 foot custom built CorTen steal hulled Ketch from California to Antarctica with stops at Rapanui island and Argentina on the way with the final destination being back in Argentina, If you know your geography then you know that meant rounding the cape. 


A few years later I sailed another custom built sailboat from Florida to Norway with stops in Newfoundland, Greenland and Iceland just to mention a few of the stops along the way.. Then there was the boat delivery from Texas to Japan with a stop in Hawaii and sightseeing diversions to Johnston atoll and Midway. Or how about yet another Boat delivery from Florida to South Africa yup definitely something I wouldn't advise attempting aboard a M26X..


Like I said don't take my word for it, You don't need to own a boat to get some blue water cruising experience, Boat owners are always looking for able body crew. It's a good way of gaining some blue water experience without the expense of owning a blue water capable boat .


Please don't misunderstand me I'm not trying to bad mouth the M26X, It's a great little boat for Island hopping and lake sailing. But lets be realistic about its designed capabilities, island hopping and boat camping in protected anchorages yes, Blue water passage making absolutely not !
highvelocity123
highvelocity123 - 6 years ago
+bajabilly2004 Dan needs to stay home where it's safe. People are still coming over from Cuba on rafts, let along a 26 foot boat with provisions, up to the minute weather forecasts, EPIRB, gps, radar, and an engine that will apparently plane the boat off..LOL
Lewis Maker
Lewis Maker - 6 years ago
I'm sure you are right. I spent 4 years on an aircraft carrier. And at 22 at that time in 1970 I had perhaps too much testosterone. Sometimes I still think I do but I would come around to your thinking eventually.  Smooth sailing to you.
Dan Nelson
Dan Nelson - 6 years ago
+Lewis Maker Out of necessity or stupidity maybe, By logical choice made through experience not likely ! Anyone who claims differently obviously is an inexperienced arm chair sailor who hasn't seen a day of blue water cruising in their entire life. Either that or their young dumb and full of XXX. Cruising the Keys where shelter from bad weather is always close at hand is a far different challenge then open water sailing where there is no shelter and rescue is a 1000+ miles away.   

 Let me reiterate something any experienced sailor will tell you, The MacGregor 26 is far from a Deep water sailing vessel, The MacGregor 26 is an extremely light weight trailer sailor intended strictly for protected water sailing. Of course what would I know, I've only been sailing my whole life, Oh and and I hold a USCG  Unlimited Master Mariners certification AKA a Captains license..

 By the way, not any old captains papers. Did you notice the "Unlimited" in the title ? Yeah that's called the class. The unlimited class paper is very difficult to qualify for and the USCG doesn't issue many. I maybe wrong But I don't believe they've issued an unlimited class ticket in over 15 years.. An unlimited class ticket basically means that whether it's a Batillus class tanker an aircraft carrier or a sabot dingy if it floats I can drive it. Now back to sailing small recreational vessels . Back when I was a kid doing boat deliveries I made at least a dozen boat deliveries to and from Hawaii the largest private sailing vessel I delivered was a custom built steel hulled 102 foot Ketch the smallest was a production line Catalina 27.

The Catalina 27 is at least 100x the boat the MacGregor 26 is and after sailing one to hawaii I would never do it again. The boat and its hardware simply could not withstand the rigors of blue water sailing. As well built as the Catalina was it still could not compete  with boats like the Islander or Pearson or Morgan or C&C  Yet back then I was a testosterone filled alpha male who thought he was invincible.

   To tell the truth back then if you paid me enough I would have probably tried to sail something like a MacGregor 26 to Hawaii but with age and experience comes wisdom. And All I can say now is that looking back boy am I glad no one ever tried to get me to do something that dumb because if there was booze involved and a blond in a bikini I probably would have done it.   

 So not having learned my lesson the first time about trailer sailors and coastal cruisers  I took on yet another delivery job this time delivering a Catalina 30 to Hawaii.  And once again almost lost her in mild seas about 1500 miles into the trip after the deck joint started to separate from the hull. Keep in mind that both these vessels are built like tanks compared to the MacGregor 26 yet they still aren't blue water cruisers at best they are coastal cruisers.  Trust me attempting to sail a light weight trailer sailor like a MacGregor 26 to hawaii would be nothing short of suicidal lunacy. Besides there's simply not enough storage space in that small boat to hold all the  beer, booze and condoms you and your bikini clad shipmate will need for a trip like that.
Lewis Maker
Lewis Maker - 6 years ago
Alot more has been done with less.
Dan Nelson
Dan Nelson - 6 years ago
You sure ain't sailing to0 Hawaii in a MacGregor 26. The MacGregor  is a nice trailerable fair weather lake or island hopping boat where rescue is but moments away, What she's not is a blue water sailor.   
mikie2501
mikie2501 - 6 years ago
Lol, reading your comment got me to thinking about a water purifier I'd seen or read some program on (hmm, maybe it was on here) that some college kids had come up with as a cost effective product for people in africa; scoop some water off the road out of a puddle, pour it through and drink it! :). Guess I need to hunt it down and see if its in production, hehehe.

Same topic, different day; Ive been reading through a webpage that has thirty or more different boats listed, Micro Yachts, or micro pocket cruisers, boats from like 19' all the way down to, get this, 3'11", that have sailed across oceans! Pretty freaking awesome... Hang on, Ill get the link...
http://www.microcruising.com/famoussmallboats.htm

...anyway, after reading on some of them how and what they packed for their trips I was wondering what kind of portable (commercial or homemade) desalination units are out there since you obviously cant put a watermaker on a dink like these! Hehe. ....oh, this one could be interesting, doesnt look look like it would be overly cheap though to produce...http://www.technologyreview.com/article/419441/portable-desalination/

Heres one on the market, steam2water. Looks interesting! 200 bucks, looks like it would be easy to make! Wups, looks like it requires a firebox and pressure cooker pot, lol.
http://www.steam2water.com/product/steam2water-steam-water-distillation-kit/

.....just subscribed to the author here, awesome video! Saw a poster that wants to swap boats with him for a season... I'll go a step further, I want to swap lives with him for a few months (well ok, a year;). He can hang out with my wife when she gets off work and enjoy my disability retirement, lounging in the recliner, watching Netflix and anime on CrunchyRoll all day, and I'll cruise the ocean on his motor-sailer, snoozing in the hammock tied off the mast, swimming and snorkeling with his supermodel wifey while I send pictures back to my friends rubbing their faces in my awesome life ;)
Ron Sparkman
Ron Sparkman - 6 years ago
Hey DD & Lady. Your vids are like wine....getting better each time :-)))  I have a 26m with a 70 4stroke Suzi on it...... and it is fun seeing the look on peoples faces when You pull someone. Maybe We will meet up down there some day..... I'm near Galveston and plan a keys/ Bimini trip....hopefully soon. Fair Winds My Friend.  Ron.Mac26m. Dauntless.
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+Ron Sparkman  Thanks!!!
Bimini is on the list, see ya there!
Jason Wulf
Jason Wulf - 6 years ago
Curious about your boat.  I am considering a 2003 26x but can't get it onto the water for couple of months.  Everything frozen up here.  When you were wake boarding, was the ballast tank empty? And about how much RPM were you at?  I am replacing my powerboat with a Mac, but still would love to pull the kids on a tube or kneeboard.  Thanks for your time!  Nice video BTW.  Well put together.
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+Jason Wulf empty ballast, 50hp at 4500rpm, Thanks!
Ted Shred
Ted Shred - 6 years ago
Hey Captain, I am the owner of a Newport 27 located on Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho, and while enjoying your wonderful video, it occurred to my fiance' and I that we should ask if you would ever consider boat swapping time on each other's boats, assuming you are moored in the Keys. Sailing the Keys is of interest to us, and sailing and swimming in our enormous and beautiful clean clear mountain-ringed lake in the summer may be of interest to you. Please respond and let us know if you would like to have a conversation about this. Cheers, Ted & Teri 
Sailing_And_Fun
Sailing_And_Fun - 6 years ago
+Ted Gayer Not based in FL, Thank you though!
malanga13
malanga13 - 6 years ago
Hi Ted I had a N27 for 11 years on san francisco bay and that was one of the best sailing boats i ever had, i loved it. i built a pilot house on it and installed home made self tailing jib and controls to the cockpit and i had hours and hours of pleasure on that boat.

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Down In The Islands
Down In The Islands - 6 years ago
Any details of where this was taken?  Where are those morning balls?  I'm thinking of heading down towards Marathon in about 3 weeks and would love to see some clear water like that.  My boats draft is 4.5 feet.  and had a bridge clearance of 50 feet.  
Roger Walker
Roger Walker - 6 years ago
+Dennis Coffey  Its lovely and clear both sides of the Keys. Sailing in 15 feet of water and watching the bottom slide by. Try to anchor in the sandy patches and not the grass.  Enjoy.
Dennis Coffey
Dennis Coffey - 6 years ago
I'm sorry.....morning balls! Haha. That cracked me up.
Roger Walker
Roger Walker - 6 years ago
We draw 4.5 ft and it is very skinny on the Gulf side and only a foot of tide to help you off. The Hawk Channel between the Keys and the reef/Atlantic is fantastic and just like this video but not many places to shelter with our draft if the weather turns nasty. We did Miami - Angel Fish Creek; AFC - Indian Key (free mooring ball); IK - Marathon (super place and shelter); M - Key West (ditto) in 4 days.
Wished I had such a beautiful crew on board!

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