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    What does Sunbrella fabrics,  boating, pantyhose and the moon have in common?
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    What does Sunbrella fabrics, boating, pantyhose and the moon have in common?

    October 20, 2019


    Hey Sarah O’ Kelly here with Skipper’s
    Review TV. I’m at the West Palm Beach International Boat Show 2019 here in
    Florida. Absolutely gorgeous day and I am with William McDaniel. Bill McDaniel
    Glen Raven Custom Fabrics. There you go One of those fabrics being
    Sunbrella. So it’s not exactly an exciting topic but it is a topic that we
    can all relate too. We’re gonna talk of course about the Marine end of
    things. Bimini tops, cushion covers, but I’m interested to know how did Sunbrella
    come up with and how do they get to the top of the line as far as no mildew,
    color not fading, you can scrub it with whatever? How did all that start and come
    about? Well it’s basically that is a factor of the fiber itself but Glen
    Raven is a hundred and fifty year old textile company. Sunbrella was
    founded in 1960 so we’re a 50 year old plus, product. The
    unique thing about Sunbrella is that it’s the the color actually is an
    integral part of the fiber. So at the point that the fiber is extruded or it’s
    formed, the colors put in prior to that.. our clothes for instance are basically
    the fibers formed, it’s died after the fact and it if you cut it it looks like
    a radish, the color doesn’t go all the way through. The durability, the
    performance, all of those characteristics are built into the fiber. So it’s not
    necessarily anything that we add to it. What about the factor of no mildew,
    how come there’s no mildew, mold all that? Well again, being a man-made fiber, mold
    and mildew is actually a microorganism so it has to have a food source or a
    protein source to be able to actually grow and and to live. If something
    gets onto the fiber or onto the fabric that if you spill something and don’t
    clean it off or whatever, then it has a potential for mold and mildew to grow.
    The other unique thing, don’t worry about it, if that happens because you can use a
    hundred percent bleach on Sunbrella and it has no effect on the
    color or the strength and it’ll kill the mold and clean it right up.
    So Sunbrella is like it’s a household name when it comes to outdoor fabrics
    and coverings, how did it start, how did it end up becoming what it is now? Well
    our company, Glen Raven, just a real brief history we started out life as a as a
    hosiery mill. One of our founders invented the pantyhose. The flag
    that’s on the moon is made from fabric is made in Glen Raven
    company. We transitioned into the awning business, again prior to
    the 1960, and at that time the fiber manufacturer came to us and said we have
    this unique product we’d like for you to look at for outdoor applications that’s
    how it got started at at that point it was two or three different styles and
    colors and now it’s literally hundreds of not thousands. Do you have any
    other newer products coming on the line or you still got the standard of what
    you’ve been offering for a number of years? I’m sorry, actually this year, very excited about
    this, it’s a product called Horizon. it’s a it’s a vinyl based product that
    has a five-year warranty against loss of color or strength or any kind of
    atmospheric intervention but uniquely it also has a three year warranty against
    bacterial staining or pinking which is something that’s sort of been an issue
    over the last few years. If it does do that within those three year
    time span, we also have a $40 per yard labor
    allowance to correct that. So it’s it’s the first time in the history of the
    company that we have a sunbrella branded product that’s not woven and it’s
    complementary to the fabrics that we do weave so we’re very excited about that
    and it’ll be available in just a very short time. What kind of uses will that
    be used for you think? It’s primarily seating, so you can use it in a cockpit
    area. What we like to say is Sunbrella is imminently cleanable but it’s not
    necessarily wipeable. This product is something you can wipe off as
    something gets on there. Typically if you get to it early enough
    you can wipe anything off of Sunbrella it’ll come off but if it stays
    there and it does happen to stain then it is cleanable but it’s not wipeable. so
    that’s what we were after All right, well thank you so much Bill.
    Thank you guys for watching and Sarah O’ Kelly at Skippers Review TV at the
    West Palm Beach International Boat Show 2019

    Boating Basics: Steering a Powerboat | BoatUS
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    Boating Basics: Steering a Powerboat | BoatUS

    October 19, 2019


    You just got a new boat? Congratulations, you’re in for a ton of fun! Now, right about now, you might be wondering if steering a boat different than steering the car. Well, it’s not very different. But, yeah, it is different. So let’s talk about some of the basics you need to know. Hi folks, I’m Lenny Rudow from BoatUS Magazine, and I love talking to people who just bought their first boat! Trust me. This is going to be awesome! But you do have to remember that since you don’t have tires and asphalt and friction, a boat depends on thrust for steering. So as a result, when we’re moving along slowly as we are now and I turn the steering wheel, it has a very different effect than when the boat’s moving quickly and I turn the steering wheel. Watch how as I increase thrust the effect of the turn changes. It’s important to remember, folks, that different boats all do steer differently. And the difference between an articulating drive like this outboard and a rudder that depends on water flowing across it to force a turn can be rather dramatic. You’ll spend a lot of time cruising along, so let’s look at steering while the planing speeds. The most important thing to remember is that whipping the wheel around can have a dramatic effect on everybody on board. It’s best not to make sudden extreme turns, especially without first warning everybody aboard. Also check all around you for other boats. Look over your shoulder, make sure there are no big waves and other potential hazards. One of the biggest problems people have is oversteering. Tiny incremental changes of the wheel will have a very big effect when you’re up on plane. So if you’re headed for something like this marker, look at how big an effect a tiny little turn of the wheel can have. When you don’t have a marker or some other obvious object that you’re steering for, pick a point on the horizon and then just make tiny increments in the steering wheel — tiny little changes — to stay right on that point. See people? I told you that was gonna be fun! Now, of course the one thing that stresses out a lot of folks is docking the boat at the end of the day. Now, I want to share one little tip with you. Remember that whole thrust thing? What you do not want to do is put the motor into gear and then steer. No, no. Steer first while the boat’s in neutral. Then apply thrust, and you get the maximum turn. Shift into neutral if you need to change. Turn the wheel and then apply thrust again. Make your turns while you’re in neutral and only apply thrust when it has the most significant effect. Of course there’s a lot more to docking a boat. So what folks should do is continue scrolling down the BoatUS YouTube channel. We have a lot of really good videos on how to dock a boat. Remember, people, above all keep a good lookout. Before you make a turn, check over your shoulder, make sure there’s no other boats coming, no markers in your way, nothing like that. Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed this video. I hope you’ll scroll on down and click on subscribe to the BoatUS YouTube channel. And, please, fill out the comments below and let us know what you would like to see more videos on.

    Cruising dinghy sailing Fraser Island  4 sailboat Moonlight.
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    Cruising dinghy sailing Fraser Island 4 sailboat Moonlight.

    October 19, 2019


    Day 4 of my journey sailing moonlight up the great sandy strait beside fraser island from
    Inskip point up to harvey bay it’s a journey of about 40 nautical miles in
    total and today we’re going to cover the final 15 nautical miles from the ranger
    station and an Ungowa to Urangan the Certodus was built as a dredge at
    paisley in Scotland about 1898 she measured a hundred and forty-five feet
    long had a 30-foot beam and weighed in at four hundred and six tons>During the
    1940s the Ceratodus carried 98% pure white silica sand from Yankee Jack Creek
    on Fraser Island to the mainland now she’s one of several rusting hulks that
    are beached on the west coast of Fraser Island over the years not far up the
    coast from Yankee jet Creek we come across a derelict jetty which is left
    over from the days when the locals on Fraser Island residents used to travel from this
    point back across to the mainland In the background you can see a nice little
    camping ground there’s also a boat shed there and some buildings that were built
    for the forestry activity which ceased in about 1991 nowadays it’s been taken
    over by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. No wind today for the final leg
    of the journey so it’s all done by motor You get tired of the
    motor clattering away in the background so I lashed the helm and I can stand
    up beside the mast to steer the boat increasing the waterline on that
    site by heeling the boat over, it decreases the resistance and therefore
    the boat steers away from the side that you’re leaning towards Fraser Island was named after Captain
    James Fraser he perished on the island in 1836 he shipped the Stirling Castle
    Wren aground on the 25th of May 18 36 on the Swain reef near Rockhampton he and
    his wife Eliza along with the remaining crew set out south heading towards
    Moreton Bay now called Brisbane in two lifeboats. Eliza was heavily pregnant and
    gave birth to a child while underway the baby unfortunately did not survive and one
    of the lifeboats was abandoned on the way and the remaining boat eventually
    landed a K’gari now known as Fraser island after camping
    for a few days they were taken into the camps of the local butcher people fraser
    died while in captivity but his crew and later his wife was rescued in march of
    1837 K’gari or Fraser island is a
    heritage-listed sand island separated from the Australian mainland by the
    great sandy Strait the island is made up of 98% white quartz sand that has been
    shaped over millennia by the wind and sea into nearly 200 miles of beaches in
    1600 square miles of forest and germs the dunes rise 800 feet above the sea
    level. It is thought that the population of K’gari
    reached up to 2,000 people during the times of Plenty Captain Cook
    first spotted the Butchlla people in 1770 as he sailed past they were standing on
    a high point on the East Coast the and named Indian head. A brash redheaded,
    an American timber getter, going by the name of Yankee Jack Pigott began
    harvesting carry pine on the island in 1864 the first Bullock’s hauled the
    timber to the western shore where it was rafted across the break sandy straight
    into the Mary River to be processed in a steam driven sawmill at Maryborough in
    1905 the steam tramway was built across the island from the southeast to the
    northwest to avoid the elevator sections sparks from the steam engines are
    thought to have started many bush fires so we’re coming to the end of our
    journey now having transitive across the great sandy Strait and are entering the
    Susan River near your engine locking operations on the K’gara he came to a
    halt in the early 1990’s so we now have this rich heritage The Butchulla people
    spread the message of care and respect for the land visitors to the island are
    greeted with a sign carrying a welcome written by uncle Malcolm Burns good day
    welcome Butchulla people ,traditional owners of K’gari welcome you to country
    may all your good spirits be around you throughout the day wherever you go leave
    only footprints we’ve arrived back in the mouth of the Susan River near your
    engine we’re just taking a bit of a look around the bay before we take the boat
    out of the water this is the place where the ferries depart for kingfisher bay those words leave behind only footprints
    are echoing in my mind we have left behind a few footprints we’ve also left
    behind some ripples the other thing that we’ve taken away from the island are
    some incredible memories

    Barcombs Marina – Boating on the Adirondack Coast
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    Barcombs Marina – Boating on the Adirondack Coast

    October 19, 2019


    I’m Kristy Kennedy, Director of Tourism
    for the Adirondack Coast and right now we’re at Barcombs Marina in Rouses Point, New
    York. This is a fantastic location because not only is it close to our
    neighbors to the north, but also if you can see the bridge behind me, that leads
    you right to Vermont, our neighbors with the Green Mountains. A fun place to come,
    they do boat rentals so if you don’t have a boat and you want to get out on
    the lake, you could come here, rent a boat for the day. They also do diving
    expeditions. So whether you have a powerboat or a sailboat, Barcombs can
    accommodate you.

    Boating Reviews – Skipper’s Review is free for life for new users!!
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    Boating Reviews – Skipper’s Review is free for life for new users!!

    October 19, 2019


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    3 Boat Cleaning Tips & Tricks to Tackle Your Toughest Stains | BoatUS
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    3 Boat Cleaning Tips & Tricks to Tackle Your Toughest Stains | BoatUS

    October 19, 2019


    Hey there, folks! Lenny Rudow here for BoatUS Magazine. You know, when it comes to cleaning up your
    boat, there are a lot of tough chores to take care of. The internet is full of awesome tips on how
    to take care of it. But the internet is also full of some advice
    that is downright dangerous! So, today, we’re going to talk about three
    top cleaning hacks that you can use on your boat. Hack number one: mold and mildew stains on
    vinyl is really tough to get rid of. Now, you can use a chlorine-based product,
    but it will destroy your vinyl. It takes a big toll. However, OxyClean actually does a really good
    job of getting out those stains. So, we’re just gonna sprinkle a little bit
    here, give a little dose of water and a little scrubbing and some good old-fashioned elbow
    grease. Much better! Actually, this is a two-part hack. After you clean that vinyl, you want to hit
    it with some 303 Protectant. That will help keep the mold and mildew from
    getting back in there into the vinyl material. Sun-dried fish blood is another tough one
    to clean. Now the best way to handle it is, first-off,
    to give your boat a good coat of wax in the springtime so stuff cleans off easier. Second-off, scrub it and rinse it away the
    moment the fish blood gets on the gelcoat. But when you don’t manage to do that and all
    else fails, go for your Barkeeper’s Friend. Sprinkle a little bit of this stuff on that
    blood, let that sit for just a little bit, percolate, add a little bit of water, and
    then give it some good old-fashioned elbow grease. Oh yeah! That’s taking it up! There you go! Folks, this one really aggravates me. Hard water spots on my windshield. I mean, come on! I just washed the boat, and this is the reward
    I get? Hard water spots? Well, 50/50 mix of vinegar and water will
    take care of that. When you’re working on your gelcoat, if hard
    water spots are an issue, just chamois the boat as soon as you’ve washed it. Ah! Much nicer. I like that. Well, folks, I hope you found this video helpful. Don’t forget to leave your comments in the
    box below, and by all means, please subscribe to the BoatUS YouTube channel. Have a good one!

    Video: Boating and water safety tips
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    Video: Boating and water safety tips

    October 19, 2019


    TIMES, EVEN IF THEY ARE GOOD SWIMMERS. AND AS SUMMER INCHES CLOSER, WHILE EAGER TO GET OUT ON THE WATER, MAYBE YOU’RE EXCITED TO GET ON THE BOAT, JOINING THIS MORNING WITH MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATION, WES STRONG FROM BALTIMORE MARINE CENTERS. WE WERE JUST TALKING MEMORIAL DAY IS LITERALLY JUST INCHES AWAY AND I THINK EVERYBODY’S EITHER GETTING READY TO TAKE THEIR BOAT OUT OR THEY WANT TO GO OUT ON A BOAT. SAFETY IS ALWAYS FIRST. >>ABSOLUTELY, YEAH. >>SO YOU BROUGHT SOME THINGS TO SHOW US, VERY IMPORTANT THINGS. WHY DON’T WE START HERE.>>WE HAVE, THIS IS THE NEW — THIS JACKET IS REALLY POPULAR NOWADAYS. IT’S EASY TO CLIP ON. IT’S GOOD TO — EVERYBODY ON YOUR BOAT, SIZE IT AHEAD OF TIME. SO THEY KNOW WHAT FITS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. IT WORKS. IT’S STANDARD SIZED, WORKS FOR ALMOST ALL ADULTS. THIS IS A NICE CHILD’S LIGHT JACKET, WHICH IS GOOD FOR THIS. IT’S MORE OF AN INFANT STYLE. WHAT’S NICE, YOU HAVE POSITIVE HEAD FLOTATION, GO IN THE WATER. IT HAS A BRACE THAT GOES BETWEEN THE LEGS. IN CASE A CHILD FALLS OVERBOARD, GRAB THE TOP. >>THIS MAY BE A SILLY QUESTION. DO LIFE JACKETS EXPIRE? ARE REALLY OLD ONES, ARE THEY STILL VALUABLE TO HAVE?>>THEY’RE BEST TO CHANGE OUT EVERY NOW AND THEN, CHECK THE WEBBING. THEY CAN GET DRY ROT, THINGS HAPPEN.>>THIS ONE LOOKS DIFFERENT. >>IT’S A NEWER STYLE, LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY TO WEAR ALL THE TIME. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, YOU FALL IN THE WATER, IT WILL INFLATE OR SOME WILL AUTOMATICALLY INFLATE ONCE THEY SENSE TWAERT. >>WHAT TECHNOLOGY. >>IT’S GOOD TO HAVE A WHISTLE ON IT. AND THE FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS, WE HAVE LIFE JACKETS FOR THE DOGS. >>VERY COOL. MOVING THIS DIRECTION?>>YOU HAVE TO HAVE A THROWABLE LIFE VEST, THROWABLE DEVICE ON BOARD THE BOAT AT ALL TIMES. TIE A ROPE TO IT. SOMEBODY FALLS IN THE WATER, THEY’RE AWAY FROM THE BOAT, TOSS IT, THEY CAN GRAB ON TO IT. >>THAT’S IMPORTANT BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW. >>ALL RIGHT. >>THIS IS ANOTHER THING THEY RECOMMEND PUTTING ON LIFE JACKETS. IT’S A SIGNALING DEVICE FOR BASICALLY A MIRROR. YOU SHINE IT TOWARDS THE SUN, AND IT HELPS THEM IDENTIFY WHERE YOU’RE AT. >>WHAT A GREAT IDEA. WHO WOULD THINK TO USE A MIRROR. SUCH A GOOD ONE. >>AN OLD ARMY, NAVY TRICK. >>FLARES, ANOTHER ONE. SHOW WHERE YOU ARE. >>YOU HAVE FLARES. THIS IS A NEW STYLE FLARE THEY HAVE. THE COAST GUARD HAS APPROVED FOR NIGHTTIME USE ONLY. WHAT’S GOOD ABOUT THIS IS THERE’S NO EXPIRATION DATE ON IT. JUST STRICTLY FOR NIGHTTIME USE. THEY GIVE A DISTRESS FLAG WITH IT YOU CAN USE FOR DAYTIME. THIS IS THE OLD STANDARD STYLE FLARE, WHICH YOU’LL SEE TRUCK DRIVERS HAVE PEOPLE HAVE ALONG THE SIDE OF THE ROAD. YOU IGNITE IT. IT SMOKES AND LIGHTS UP BUT THEY HAVE EXPIRATION DATES ON IT. >>ANOTHER NOISE MAKER. >>THE HORN. YOU HAVE ONE ON YOUR BOAT. YOU SHOULD HAVE AN EXTRA ONE ON.>>LASTLY, FIRST-AID KIT. >>PLEASE KEEP A FIRST-AID KIT ON THE BOAT. LITTLE THINGS, IF YOU’RE FISHING, SCRAPES, BUMPS, YOU’RE

    I just bought a CHEAP catamaran SAILBOAT and prepare to move it up the ICW with NO EXPERIENCE-PART 1
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    I just bought a CHEAP catamaran SAILBOAT and prepare to move it up the ICW with NO EXPERIENCE-PART 1

    October 19, 2019


    hey guys we had to take a quick break
    from the houseboat because I bought a catamaran so shortly after I bought the
    houseboat I realized the adventure was limited on it I can only take it but so far
    just gonna leave it on a lake I really wanted something that would take me to
    Florida for the winter so I started looking and I really like catamarans
    and after doing some research and checking out prices I realized how
    expensive they are so finally I came across in 1976 Iroquois mark 2 it is 30
    feet long and it’s gutted and it’s in my price range two days later we drove down
    in North Carolina and I purchased this catamaran and the guy we bought it from
    it was super cool he gave me 30 days to leave it there until I can arrange to
    come pick it up fast forward two months and he texted me he was like hey you
    should probably come and get this boat now so off we go to North Carolina to
    motor this boat all the way up to the James River and then ride bicycles back
    unfortunately we chose the hottest week of the year to do this so we’re gonna
    just power through it and make it happen what’s up guys we finally made it to
    Kittyhawk we got in really late so we dropped some of the stuff off here at
    the boat and then we slept at a campground went to bed at probably five
    in the morning and now it’s it’s around 11 a.m. but the boats floating it looks
    good James is here he’s been getting some
    stuff out for us so we’re gonna attach some cleats and then guess we’ll figure
    out how this thing works James is gonna show us how to drive the boat because I’ve
    never driven a boat before and then we’re off to the James River
    this is James hey guys feel a little tired right now a little sweaty I’m
    gonna get this thing going yes so how long have you had the boat I got it on
    my 40th birthday nice and March so a little over a year yes yep then you want
    something bigger and better now yeah time to let you take my dream and me to
    upgrade mmmm wasp there are more wasps hello it’s spinning but yea it’s pulling the wood up I was told that this is your emergency
    leak kit you take a little bit of a wax toilet ring and throw it on right now
    the boat doesn’t have any leaks so you should be good but this is a case of
    emergency only probably works better on a cooler day instead of a hot day where it’s just gonna melt first thing you want to do to start it take this bulb right here and you just squeeze it until you feel pressure and I feel pressure and that moves your fuel
    down into the line after that it’ll siphen automatically okay alright you have your choke here pull your choke in alright this is your cutoff switch right here if you have it like this they’ll kill it
    won’t start your oil is right here pop it out and check the level push it back in oh man all right so now your cowl’s back on
    you’re running you got fuel this stick i added to it just to give it a bit more height all right okay right now you’re in neutral okay “r” is reverse so this works great for like steering but you got to kind of
    come down here to get it out okay then you’re neutral again neutral is lined up here
    uh-huh reverse is the other way all right crazy we’re gonna cast off alright you’ll hear it click and go into neutral and you know it won’t really turn at all easy slow and easy yeah is that as much as it turns? yea it takes a little bit to turn it Oh no am i getting close? a little bit yeah Oh we’re okay maybe I’ll take it a little wide there okay I’d
    start it kinda like right now okay I’d straighten out a little bit at least i have a mast to kinda point where i’m going yea Leaving the canal and entering the albermarle sound the largest lagoon on the east coast oh really you’re fine let’s talk about juice that’s the stuff i like we are giving it some juice We’re moving along alright now yea i like it what does that mean? how fast does it burn
    through gas you got a ton of gas? yeah we’ll just get back and we’ll try it again okay we’re still good alright tell me if we’re gonna clear that piling do you want to be to the right of the green or the left? oh yeah you’re good you’re good less now you’re going straight for it you’re headed directly at it do you see the other piling? yeah it’s to the left up there uh oh there should be a nut somewhere around here it fell off see how i’m reversing now uh huh that’s a good idea kinda like drifting in see that stream shooting out the back? yea that’s important that’s your engine coolant ah ok we loaded everything onto the
    boat and got ready to take off but then noticed a pretty big storm coming in just installing a skylight beautiful wait it out you don’t like this storm? no i don’t like it either it doesn’t sound good it doesn’t sound good you wanna go for a boat ride? no get me outta here what’s the weather like tomorrow? hopefully good have you looked? no i haven’t. Trevor. if you want i could get you into the office at the campground i got some cots so. oh ok. a little air conditioning. something better. sick. shower. that would be awesome ok that might be.. i don’t want my first boat ride to be with any of that let’s check the weather for tomorrow what’s the weather for Kill Devil Hills
    tomorrow? tomorrow’s forecast for Kill Devil Hills is 90 degrees and mostly
    sunny it’s good three miles an hour from the southwest. that’s actually pushing you the right way. I’ll take it yeah how’s it feel Jess? much better than that over there that looks scary oh my gosh you guys that lighting is close nothing to see here just playing with gasoline in a lightning storm wanna rig that up? yea oh my
    gosh you guys that lightning strike was like really really close I think the hair on my neck is standing up. I don’t love that what’s going on? it’s gonna be too tight. Oh to be
    able to spin? the whole thing okay yeah I can just try and do it right here turn the whole thing. oh ok yea. you can give that a go that’s that’s what we’ll do. this is redneck
    right here I can’t believe you’re recording this hey it’s all part of the
    adventure right? time to go in Can we go inside? I really think we should It shouldn’t last long we’re gonna be alright we’re getting a lot of leaking water
    dripping right here we plugged the hole up with plastic bags and same over there there’s a lot of a lot of water leaking in I mean
    there is water leaking back here the I mean there is water leaking back here same same kind of hole over here that hole is not plugged and I think that’s nope there’s water leaking.. okay there’s
    water leaking out of the roof and then there’s water leaking from the front
    hatch you know what I say when I see a double rainbow all the way across the
    sky I say would you look at this just look at it there’s squares I forgot why that
    was so funny but we were really tired so we got some wood to make a new hatch for
    the front of the boat the window didn’t work out so well because it’s made of
    glass and so while we were making it James proposed that we take the boat out
    for the sunset and I agreed without hesitation but as we’re taking it out we
    realized the wooden dowel is not going to cut it so we’ll have to figure that
    out later but we’re gonna enjoy the sunset
    I grabbed my drone and let’s go ahead and get some shots tomorrow we head out will we
    successfully complete the nearly 200 mile journey up the ICW through the
    Albemarle Sound Great Dismal Swamp Chesapeake Bay and the James River now
    is definitely the time to subscribe and hit the bell notification to come with
    us as we learn to drive a boat navigate waterways I just realized we forgot to
    buy a radio We ain’t got no radio

    Chazy Yacht Club – Boating on the Adirondack Coast
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    Chazy Yacht Club – Boating on the Adirondack Coast

    October 19, 2019


    I’m Kristy Kennedy, Director of Tourism
    for the Adirondack Coast and right now we’re at the Chazy Yacht Club, located on
    the Chazy River. Fantastic marina to use if you like river boating as well as
    lake boating, because you can come here enjoy the Chazy River by boat, and then
    if you head just a little bit that way, you find the open bays of Lake Champlain.