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    Shopify How to Print a Shipping Label to Fullfill an Order with USPS Flat Rate
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    Shopify How to Print a Shipping Label to Fullfill an Order with USPS Flat Rate

    December 6, 2019

    In this video, I will show you how to
    fulfill an order from a Shopify store and then I will show you how to purchase and
    print shipping label right from Shopify without having to use a third-party
    postage service. This is actually a fairly new feature that Shopify recently has added. But before we get started If you’re interested in trying Shopify use affiliate link in the video description for a 14 day trial and if you already have a store but you know someone that might like to try it, definitely share the link with them and this helps to support this channel so I can continue to make free content. Now on with the video… So this is my Shopify store I’m just going to go to the admin
    page and the way you do that is just put in a “/admin” and this is my store. And as you can see, I have one order has been paid for that needs to be fulfilled. But before I do that I need to be sure that I have the shipping setting set And if you haven’t done this before, this is how you would add your shipping options. So I’m going to click on “Settings” down here and I’m going to click on “Shipping” I’ve already put in all of my shipping prices but now I need to designate what I’m going to use to print my shipping and the type of shipping that I need. so by default I just have “Desktop printer” selected I personally use a Brother laser printer because I think they’re very fast, they’re very efficient the label is going to be more water resistant than an ink jet printer and I’ll, in the video description, I’ll leave a link for the type of printer that I use and I also use what’s called an “Internet Label” It’s a basically a label that you can print right from a regular printer and I will also give you a link to that. However if you do end up having really
    high production you could always switch to one of these Dymo or a Zebra label
    printer because they, they are designed to very quickly just print labels but that’s all they can print labels. I like to include an invoice inside of the
    package and you would need a regular printer to do that as well. So now I need to add the type of package
    that I want to ship so I’m going to click “Add package” here and I use flat rate envelopes to ship my
    shirts so I’m going to click “carrier-supplied packaging” and then here, if you click this drop-down, you will see there are many different choices. I use a flat rate envelope. It’s padded. This one right here. And you can actually order these
    envelopes from and I’ll also give you a link to this type of envelope that I use. But they also have flat rate boxes and they also have non flat rate you would actually weigh the package and then ship those. So now that I’ve selected my flat rate envelope I’m going to click “Add package” and I also in the set this as the default,
    so I’m going to go ahead and check that and then click “Add package” since all I ship is pretty much shirts and they all go in these envelopes. and now that has been added! So let me go back to “Home” and let me view this order so I can ship it out. So now I’m going to click on this order and Here is an option to “Ship order” so I’m just going to click “Fulfill items” and this just shows what is going into this order and is asking the fulfillment method and I’m going to buy a shipping label. Here’s where you would select the type of package that you’re going to use I’m going to click “USPS flat rate envelope” And over here you can see how much is going
    to cost you do get a small discount using Shopify as opposed to the retail price for the USPS, for the US Post Office. So we do save a little money
    there. And I’m going to click on “Buy label and fulfill items” Now says that my label is ready to print. I’m going to click this “Download” right here. Now here’s my label ready to print. I put my label into the printer and I actually feed it to through front feed instead of loading it into the tray and there’s two labels on one sheet this will just print on one label and then you can later flip it around and print another label on the other side. One thing that you need to know – I’m
    using Firefox to print label and you want to click on “Show Details” if you’re using Firefox and make sure that you change these headers so that they don’t display on the label when they’re printed. So I’m changing all of these to “Blank” Depending upon which web browser using, just be sure that you have that turned off. You could just print on a blank
    piece of paper to try it out first to see how it’s going to display and just make sure you have the settings the way they need to be So now, I’m going to go ahead and
    click “Print” and now its printing my labeled out. And now that my labels printed out, I can
    go ahead and close this window. And you’re all set! Now you can… package up your item, put the label on the package, and ship it off! And as you can see, it looks super professional when it arrives in these envelopes with a professionally printed label and your customer will be happy. and don’t forget to check out the
    resources in the comments below I’ll have the printer, the labels, the envelopes that I use. and of course, the affiliate link to the Shopify trial if you want to try to simplify out anyway thanks for watching!

    What If? – YWAM Ships Kona
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    What If? – YWAM Ships Kona

    December 4, 2019

    The world is a watery place and no
    generations past have used the waterways to seek their own fortunes and take what
    was not theirs. Today, Floating Cities of Hope are
    setting sail to give and not to take, to serve and not the gain. Of the seven
    billion people on earth. 2.3 have no reliable source of energies. Four billion
    are without modern communication services. 863 million people remain
    illiterate, more than 1 billion people don’t have access to roads. 2 billion
    people still have no access to basic health or dental care and every hour, 900
    children under the age of 5 die due to the lack of basic sanitation. Without access to
    education or basic human rights many live without options,
    not everyone has an airport nearby but a boat can reach shores, where there are no
    airports and gain access to the most remote places on earth,
    in fact Ships can reach nearly 80% of the world’s population via sea ports and
    waterways and can carry a mobile community equipped to help, a crew of
    missionaries ready to make a diffrence. What if people were empowered to speak
    up whose voices were once silenced? Those from remote places could have access to
    health care food and clean water supplies? Local businesses once abandoned
    were stimulated and people could benefit from the natural resources of their own
    lands, people on the ground were trained to be trainers themselves. What if the
    quality of life can be radically improved and sustained for people far
    and wide. With core strategies of training trainers, evangelism and acts of
    compassion with YWAM Ships are ready for action!
    YWAM Ships carry equipment and supplies with the ability to support
    ministry for extended periods of time. These self sustained mobile cities carry
    not only solar resources, food, water and medical supplies, but our communities and
    workers have expertise to administer, educate, train and empower those on the
    ground to bring change in their own communities. These vessels have the
    potential to disciple multiple spheres of society and impact entire regions. A
    new generation of seafaring pioneers and adventurers are emerging selfless in
    their zeal. To know God and make him known. I’m serious about changing
    people’s lives, passionate students, professionals and volunteers are
    gathering the see the waterways now become waves of life and hope. Now in Southern
    California and other locations in North America
    we believe there are ships to be released! It’s time for America to see
    these Vessels of Hope released from our ports. Join with us in this historic
    moment. Hope on the Waterways. YWAM Ships.

    The Puppies Go To The Beach
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    The Puppies Go To The Beach

    December 3, 2019

    (light cheerful music) – [Narrator] The service dogs in training from Doggy Do Good have a big day ahead of them. It’s beach day! The sun, the surf, and boundless distractions that could cause any of these dogs to flunk out of Service Dog School. This is Puppy Prep. ^(light cheerful music) None of the pups are more excited to smell that ocean air ^than eight-month-old Golden Retriever, Luke. He’s been hanging out by the beach since he was only a couple months old. ^His half-sister, Remmy, is also excited, maybe too excited. It’s all right for her to take a second and adjust to the new sights and smells, but when it comes time for work, Remmy’s going to need to focus. For these puppies, the first order of business at any new location is to sample the local grass. While they’re not supposed to chew on the foliage, it’s easy for the pups to sneak a bite when the trainers have their backs turned. And the trainers turn their back frequently. Having this many puppies around draws attention, and people are excited to learn about the service dogs. But Nelly and Remmy are taking this chance to mess around. (dogs barking) The dogs aren’t supposed to go on the sand after 10:00, and while special exception can be made for service animals, there’s no shortage of other activities by the ocean, like the playground. The playground offers a multitude of different surfaces, sounds, and experiences. All of this builds confidence, getting the puppies ready for anything. ^First one up, six-month-old Chocolate Lab, Benelli. Climbing on rocks and walking on sand may appear simple, but it’s actually building the puppy’s comfort on a variety of surfaces. Wherever Benelli goes, she needs to be focused not on where she’s standing but on what her owner may need. – Good girl. – [Narrator] After breezing through the different surfaces, it’s time for something that will really disorient her. – Good girl. – [Narrator] The slide. While Benelli’s future owners may never actually take her down a slide, it’s important she has confidence to handle all kinds of new experiences. At first, she’s nervous, but with some coaxing and the promise of treat… – Good girl! – [Narrator] …even a puppy like Benelli can find her courage. Now back on firm land, the trainer is sure to praise Benelli up, building a connection in the puppy’s mind between bravery and reward. Fresh off the excitement of the slide, Trainer Paul tosses his keys to ensure Benelli still knows it’s work time. – Good, get it. – [Narrator] And she happily does her job. – Benelli, great, get it. Benelli, get it. Good girl. – [Narrator] There’s still one more slide for Benelli to attempt. (dramatic drumbeats) The spiral slide. That is, if she can get up to it. With a bit of a running start… – Benelli, jump. – [Narrator] …she makes the leap. – Good girl. – [Narrator] Her lesson from the other slide has her excited to try this one. Having never seen them before five minutes ago, slides are now simple for the six-month-old Chocolate Lab. – Woo hoo hoo! Good girl!
    Good girl. – [Narrator] Back with the dogs in down stay, ^Karen tries to refocus Remmy. She tries to get the Golden to heel, and focus in, but the eight-month-old won’t settle down. This isn’t good. Remmy’s future owner will count on her, day in and day out. And, it looks like Remmy’s lack of focus is starting to spread. Luke, get back! Come on, Karen’s trying to focus on Remmy. Kaya, are you serious? Come on! – Kaya, no! – [Narrator] All three Goldens have the sillies now, even usually dependable Luke. Kaya has to refocus, and quick. It’s her turn to walk the playground. ^The eight-month-old enjoys jumping on different surfaces. – Good girl! Good girl. Come on, let’s go. – [Narrator] The straight slide. – Good girl! Good girl, Kaya! Good girl! – [Narrator] And when it’s time for the spiral slide, what was a tough jump for Benelli is an easy hop for Kaya. But, what goes up must come down, and Kaya’s confused how that’s supposed to happen. When Sandy, the owner of Doggie Do Good, leads the way, Kaya eventually figures it out. She’s immediately praised for her bravery. – Good girl! Good girl! – [Narrator] A second attempt down the slide… (laughs) Oh, look at you. Oh, no. Good try, Kaya.
    Good try. – Good girl. Good girl, Kaya. – [Narrator] But, what’s important is that Kaya’s conquered her fear, and admirably so. Back in the down stay, it looks like Remy has finally calmed… Oh. Relax, Remmy.
    It’s just a bird. All right.
    Good girl, Remmy. Thank goodness you’re finally starting to show some self-control, otherwise today could have been the day you failed at… Oh no. – [Trainer] Remmy! – [Narrator] Breaking from a down stay to this degree is a bad sign. With Karen working with Kaya, Paul has to leave the dogs to find where Remmy ran off. Even though they’re unsupervised, they don’t dare to break; no one wants the fate that’s about to befall Remmy. Lockdown. Remmy now has to think about what she’s done, and hope it doesn’t mean expulsion. ^Now, it’s Luke’s turn to take a lap around the playground. – Good boy. – [Narrator] His first challenge is the rocking horse. Karen is trying to get Luke to jump over it, in preparation for future awkward spaces. – Stay. – [Narrator] Luke is not having it. – Good boy.
    Jump over it. – [Narrator] He hasn’t had problems of bravery in the past, so this is a new issue. – Over it.
    Nope. Over it.
    Good boy, come on. – [Narrator] Eventually, our hero figures it out. – Good, good! Good boy! – [Narrator] And Karen is sure to reward his courage. – Good job! Good boy, let’s go! – [Narrator] If Luke shows the same hesitation on the slide, then… – Good boy! – [Narrator] …well, nevermind. – Good job, Luke! Good boy! – [Narrator] Looks like after only a couple attempts, he’s already a pro. – Good job!
    Good boy! – [Narrator] Good job, buddy. – Good job. – [Narrator] When Luke returns to down stay, he finds Deacon is still getting used to his harness. He’s not quite sure why he can’t flip all the way over on his back. Paul straightens him out, and it’s back to down stay. ^Okay, Remmy. ^You’ve had a tough day so far, so time to redeem yourself on the playground. First up is the rocking horse that Luke struggled with. – Come on.
    Good girl. Over it. – [Narrator] Just like with her half-brother, it’s a matter of confidence. – Let’s go. – [Narrator] And it suddenly looks like Remmy’s lost most of hers. The culprit? The pirate ship steering wheel. – Just need a second. – [Narrator] Notice how her tail is tucked between her legs? So do the trainers. They’re hyper-aware of the pup’s attitude, and this is a huge signal from Remmy. Karen gets down on Remmy’s level and starts feeding her treats. She pets her and praises her, trying to show Remmy she’s safe. Remmy then has to pass by the wheel several more times, ensuring the dog has confronted her fear. – [Karen] Good girl. – [Narrator] If Karen can get Remmy to sniff the wheel or be still next to it, that’s going to be a great indication that Remmy’s making progress. – Good girl! – [Narrator] Eventually, a sniff. – [Karen] Good job! – [Narrator] And after a few more laps, her tail starts to wag again. Remmy’s done extremely well, and with so much excitement already had on the playground, the slide can wait for another day. ^Back on the grass, the undeniable Mr. Pip ^finds himself in an embarrassing situation. – [Trainer] Mr. Pip. – [Narrator] Because he is by far the worst at down stay, Mr. Pip has to be tied up, to the other dogs. Luke seems confused why he has to babysit, but he doesn’t mind. It gives him something to watch as he snacks on the grass. – [Trainer] Luke, leave it. Luke, release. – [Narrator] Finally, some respect. Unbelievable. Chin up, Mr. Pip. You’re still a hero in our hearts. (Mr. Pip whines) ^Another hero from Doggie Do Good is recent graduate Sammy. Sammy transitioned to his forever family only five months ago, but his bond with handler Bryce has been immediate. Sammy helps Bryce with several diagnoses, including generalized anxiety disorder, ADHD, inflammatory bowel disease, and bipolar disorder. One way Sammy aids Bryce is during Bryce’s regular blood draws. Before going into an appointment, Sammy gives Bryce hugs and pressure, helping to prepare the boy for the anxiety the needles cause. During the draws, Sammy gives Bryce constant pressure to help him feel more comfortable. Sammy knows Bryce isn’t in distress now, but the 18-month-old lab checks in constantly, making sure, if Bryce ever needs him, he’s there. While Bryce’s family had always had animals, at first, they weren’t sure about adding a service dog. The support that Sammy’s provided in only his first few months, however, has made it all worth it. Someday, the puppies in training will have similar bonds with their owners and be just as important to a family as Sammy is. Back with the student pups, it’s time for a long walk on the beach. ^Or at least next to it. ^Remmy’s had a big day, so trainer Paul takes this walk very slow. Whenever Remmy begins to pull away or move in a different direction, the trainer stops. This teaches Remmy to stay focused. During a heel, the puppies need to be paying attention to the handler constantly, not drifting away on their own line. – [Paul] Good girl. – [Narrator] Eventually, Remmy starts to do better. On the stairs, heel is even more difficult for these pups. Dogs want to be on even ground, and prefer bolting up and down steps. The people they’ll someday aid, however, may need help with stairs, so it’s important the puppies learn patience. To end her day, Paul works with Remmy on one of her special abilities: hug. As difficult as the day has been for the young Golden, it’s important to remember that someday she’ll be a huge comfort to a lucky family. It’s going to take work and patience, but it’s clear it’ll be worth it. – Release. Good. – [Narrator] Some dogs can become nervous on the pier, as the spaces between the uneven surfaces can be uncomfortable under their paws. ^Not our Mr. Pip, though. ^He even finds the time to get in some of his best down stay work to date. Good boy, Mr. Pip. As the day winds down, Paul begins ^to test a special skill with Kaya: steady. Steady allows people with mobility issues to put pressure on a dog, to sit down, stand up, or just regain their balance. It’s one of Deacon’s specialties, and might someday be Kaya’s as well. Knowing her eight-month-old joints are still developing, Paul puts only the lightest of pressure over her legs. Once she’s grown, she’ll be able to take much more weight, and may even wear a harness like Deacon. At the end of the day, some dogs took steps forward, while others, steps back. For all these puppies, though, it’s still too soon to tell who will flunk out, and who will graduate Puppy Prep. (light cheerful music)

    Beach Body Transformation – Only 20 weeks Freeletics Running!!!
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    Beach Body Transformation – Only 20 weeks Freeletics Running!!!

    November 26, 2019

    Hi, my name is Sunny, I am 23 years old and a marketing consultant. I used to be slim my whole life, I had a busy social life and did a lot of sport. But now it’s hard to even look at myself in the mirror. Especially if I’m just in my underwear, what I see in the mirror makes me really sad. I still remember standing here in the same spot 20 weeks ago, feeling super uncomfortable in my own skin. The first 15 weeks were really tough. It was exhausting and I was totally unfit. On top of that, I also injured myself. And that really got me down at the time, because I couldn’t perform as well as I wanted to. But now, I would like to show you the results.

    Rame Guyane 2009 – Mathieu Bonnier
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    Rame Guyane 2009 – Mathieu Bonnier

    November 25, 2019

    “The journey of my life” “Belledonne Mountain Range – Ski Alpinism training” “Everything’s good, physically ?” It’s going quite well! “So you’re waiting for the start eagerly ?” Yes! The preparation has been quite long, it’s a two years project, so I’m eager to be on the starting line and to cast off! The boat should be now in a container, on a dock in Dakar, and we get our boats in 8 days. “So 10-15 days before the start ?” Yes, 12 days before the start, I embark on the 23rd of February, so next monday, in 8 days, with all the race and the 22 competitors to go to the starting line. “Saint Louis in Senegal – Launch of the boat” My project is to cross the Atlantic ocean, rowing & solo The departure will be in Africa, in Senegal, and I’ll go to the west, in French Guyana, a french department. To Guyana, in South America, it’s approximately 5000km. A well tidy sea, which give me a lot of pleasure to row. Welcome onboard, the Hill’s – SantéVet 5th day of sea, it’s going better, There’s already a lot of emotions in this journey, and these emotions not always come from where we expect it, For me, one of the biggest emotion in this trip is the support I got from a school class, A school I was working with prior to my departure, and which wrote me a book which is the only book I took “How not to get bored in the middle of the ocean” and this is written by a class of 4th grade (9-10 y.o.) for the Pinet d’Uriage school, and I must read only one story a day. There are poems, and little funny stories. Because loneliness is not a vain word. Here is my little cabin, it’s extremely tiny, and as it moves a lot, I got bruises… Here are the emotions that are developing in my journey, with the discovery of the Atlantic When I row, I choose to always be tied it’s safer Just this morning, a wave tiped over the boat, so I was happy of the leash. I didn’t fall in the water, but nevertheless… “Brest – Capsizing test” And here it goes, I’m upside down, to check the sealing and water-resistance. It’s going well! “Lorient – Training” The bigger danger of the race, maybe the only one, is to loose the boat, so we installed a system which allows me to row, without being uncomfortable. So I have a little shoulder harness, but also a climbing harness, very light. You’ll see that ocean rowing is not so easy in fact you’re not going straight aiming at a Cape, it’s like on a road you need to follow. To row, you mostly need to look at the waves, because the ocean is always changing. Right now there’s not so much waves, but you should always try to get helped by waves, to get pushed, I’m trying now to go West, to join Patrick Favre who aimed to the West, but winds come from West, and waves too… so it prevents me from getting there. “Grenoble – Training at Grenoble Rowing Club” The rowing experience is very important, because what he learned will help him to keep on the distance. We should face it, this experience will be based on technical automatisms. So everything he has worked on, from propulsion to glide management, will be useful. You need to feel the wave, climb on it, and then manage the propulsion phase of the boat, depending on the state of the wave and the rower movement. Mathieu has been working on this for 2 years, because in the ocean he’ll climb hills’ size waves! So you need to know how to climb on the hill, and get down, most of all because his boat will be super heavy, and I think it’ll be another additional thing. I hope that later, waves will come from the rear, and that we’ll have more speed feelings, because right now, I’m not going fast at 2.5 knots… …4,5km/h so as we have 4500km to do, he’ll need some time! I would prefer to go faster. I’m always looking upon my left shoulder, so see how it’s going, where I’m going to go down, where I’m pulling more, trying to sneak between these waves, without drifting too much and while keeping my Cape. We have a mix of balanced meals, everything is written down, day by day. I have one bag of food “number 2” which was made for the 3rd-4th day but as I didn’t eat for 3 days I’m a bit late… I open the bag in the morning, here I got “plain couscous” for lunch, with fruits and sausages. The couscous, here, has been put in vacuum, ananas, apricots, linseeds, plumbs as fruits, some trout a friend got me from Norway, and some dried meat. I also have a lot of fruits I eat all day long, I don’t really want energetic and very sweet products. Mathieu has very diversified daily meals, with vegetables, proteins of course, and starchy foods. And then his famous desserts, Mathieu is very attached to what he eats, he thinks it’s a very important part of his physical activity, and he must be right! Important for the body, but also a lot for the mind. Homemade zucchinis with carrots, it’ll be great! One of the amusement of my crossing is the preparation and the tasting of yummy meals! Re-hydratation, and I’ll do the cooking in two hours, after a bit more of rowing. I’ll show what means “alone and lost in the middle of the atlantic ocean” because today I really saw no living soul, neither a boat, a bird nor a marine mammal. I’ll make a little panorama around my boat… It’s not a stove, it’s a blowtorch! A blowtorch that can boil one liter of water in less than 1 minute. Some Provence herbs, with the semolina, it’s quite normal and obviously when you’re doing this, you do nothing else you only monitor the cooking. While I’m talking to you, you’ll see that I have some visit, my echo-radar was beeping for some time, there’s one big boat on the horizon, I’m always a bit worried, I have an alert to wake me up, when there’s a large boat coming. and I didn’t see any boat for two days. Now I just have to taste this yummy homemade meal, and if this race should be won with the stomach, as it’s usually the case in endurance races, I think I would get a good rank! “Put a more SW Cape after your night break” “Try between 240-255°” “Focus on you, your food and your rest” So here is a quite short message from Pascal, my weather router. I have a great setup, a bit loud, but I didn’t get how to lower it… Hello Pascal, it’s Mathieu, how are you doing ? “Good, good, and you?” Good, this morning I was able to keep on 250-260° and during the morning the wind raised a bit and I can keep max 250° when I’m rowing, I try not to stop too much, already rowed 6 hours this morning I didn’t meet with the helping current I don’t know where is this current that is getting to 220… “Mathieu is my older brother, and I already crossed 3 times the Atlantic” “so the shortcut is quite obvious” “I’m quite appreciative of a 50yo guy who put himself in an unknown domain” “and who push himself to excel because it’s hard” “I find this quite admirable” Nordic skiing is a really good training, because it works on arms and leg muscles, and the heart too. It’s quite tricky to go rowing on the water in the middle of winter so I prefer the nature and enjoying mountains. It’s a complex project, I have to build a team around me, with an instructor first, a psychological trainer, an boat preparator… It’s a management project, which really looks like the life of a little company. and it’s what I like in this project Today it’s more enjoyable, with rear wind instead of side wind, and a quite strong rear oriented swell. So I need less efforts to move this bloody boat! This morning I was thinking about the people supporting me, and it’s really my motor. This transat was first a sport and personal adventure, and in fact there’s now an additional dimension, with my friend Jean-Jacques who’s animating a little community through a blog about the project and my boat, and it’s really great. So I receive daily a lot of cheering messages and it usually makes me cry, even a night when I read it again… At some point here you don’t have to hide. No need to hide your feelings under a shell when you’re alone on the Atlantic. I received yesterday a cheering message from Romain Vergé, first winner of this race, saying “if you want to reach a good rank, you have to row, row and row!” In fact I bought his boat, and it’s really with him that this project has started, at summer 2007, when I bought his boat. It’s rich of emotions, and he wrote a second line: “to be used with a flying fish pinned by the head, while drifting” Romain is also focusing on weight, so if you would weight it, you’d feel he had to put really lightweight equipment. I’ll show you the start of my day, tonight was a really terrible night, the ocean wasn’t happy, I don’t know why. You can see one problem of this boat: it’s moving a lot, I don’t know if you can see it, and if you can hear the noises, like someone was giving hammer blows… tonight it moved a lot, I got pain everywhere with all the punches. So I don’t sleep very well, at all, The sleep is fragmented, because there’s not so much air, because it’s moving, because you need to wake up to adjust fin’s and rudder’s positions. The first thing I do in the morning, is to take time to wake up, because it’s not a good thing to go out to row if you’re not really up. It’s the 16th day. Muscles are painful, all body is painful, mostly shoulders so I start by taking a first breakfast, because rowing a first length of 2 hours with an empty stomach is not working. I’m hungry this morning, it’s a good sign! You need to get dressed, and it’s not always pleasant because you put back your dirty clothes from yesterday, that are completely wet. Here are the dawn lights, I’ve been rowing for 2 hours, Here a the flying fishes, that are committing suicide by night on my boat, so every morning I’m going fishing! A bit to small to fry it for lunch… Now I need to find the harmony, in the rowing movement, not to get hurt, and go softly on the waves, while launching the boat. I shouldn’t go with strengh, because it won’t be good for muscles, back, kidneys, shoulders. So I row more from on side, because waves are coming from here, and I should go there, against the wind. It’s quite long… 25 days… if everything will go well, I should have 20 days left. I’m quite tired, I just rowed 2 hours, it’s 8AM. The first leg starting at night is always difficult, because you waste a lot of energy when you don’t see the waves coming. In addition I rowed hard yesterday. So I write down: starting hour, 8:30AM duration 2 hours, with a 257° cape, going west a bit and GPS speed of 3.04 1L of tea. In the cabin it’s 26°C, while I’m cold outside, and the humidity should be around 200%! Here it is, going quite well, I gained a bit on Patrick tonight, a tiny bit, but I’m quite confident, it shows that we found the right boat settings, I spent 24 days trying to understand how it was working. I need to center the weight, to be balanced while rowing, and it should be really precise, like we didn’t expect it. The rank is not the important part of this adventure, this journey won’t just change my life, but it will uspet it. It’s the feeling I have. I’m starting to figure out that you’re nothing in life without the others. and I think I would be dead if no one was here for me. I think it’s not possible. All of my mind would have been focusing on the people I know. I’ve never been physically so far away of all of my relatives, and at the same time I never felt so close. It sounds quite paradoxical, but you need to go far to get closer. This crossing, with its remoteness, provides extremely strong feelings which help to understand yourself better, and it’s very interesting. It’s the 26th day, I should cross in 2 hours the half of the journey, so 1100 nautical miles, a bit more than 2000km. It doesn’t mean that I’ll take 52 days, because the second part is faster. I even hope that I can arrive in 20 days. Because of the delay we had at the beginning with cross winds I planned a 40 days race, but it’ll be more around 45-46 days. It’s a strange journey. The ocean is beautiful, but there’s this austerity this monotony, that is quite heavy. But it promote introspection and thinking. Like D’Aboville was saying during his Pacific crossing: “When you’re in it, you just want to get out of it” I try to row hard, not to get a good rank, but because it’s so hard that I want to finish as soon as possible. It’s not a hell, it’s beautiful, there are good moments, but it’s very hard Very hard physically, I do 12 hours of rowing the boat weights 800kg it’s not really good rowing because it’s moving a lot so the rowing efficiency is not great and to be disconnected from your relatives, and from the society for me it’s not so easy in the end. It’s 5:30PM, and it’s still 38.7°C there’s really not so much wind the boat is not going, I should pull on arms I wasn’t exactly expecting this… 28th day! Patrick Hoyau took me 3 miles tonight, and even more by Patrick Favre who is southern I think I was wrong on my fin and rudder settings, I was waking up every hour to check the route. It’s not easy This morning I should do a bit more, and all day long. I didn’t speak to you from 8 days, the Atlantic battle was raging! What time is it ? 2PM 30°C in the boat it’s the hour I stop, 5h rowing this morning. It’s really hot! I’ll give you some news: Patrick Hoyau managed to rise his advance, I wasn’t good, I didn’t find the good settings on the boat, every day I was losing miles, while feeling rowing harder and harder. I refined my settings with Thomas, my coach, my brother, we started again from scratch, on each detail which could help Watching the movies I gave to the TV, he saw that my boat was rolling a lot, and that the rowing wasn’t efficient because I was always on a side So I improved all of the weight balance for 2 days around the center of the boat, where I row, to have all the weight the lowest possible nothing on sides, nothing high, I also dropped 15kg of food, I still have 15kg to give, I’m waiting for the organization boat which will give a new Argos tracker, because mine is not working. I experienced a very hard time, around the 30th day, I’m fed up, the loneliness is really heavy. It’s not something for me. Now I figured it out. I’m on the 33rd day, and for 4-5 days the rhythm accelerates, with days of more than 70 nautical miles, so 130km, rowing, helped by wind and current. And that’s great! While I’m talking to you I’ll cook my puree because if I don’t eat… The race is really crazy, it’s raced within 5 minutes so I don’t stop anymore in the morning, I’m just rowing, with some stops to eat, drink and call the router and the coach and that’s all. I’ve just done 5h in a row… I’ll take a good shower! I try to have a shower every evening, but with salty water, because fresh water is very expensive in terms of energy. I think this is Mathieu Mathieu in red, Bergère up, and there, under, is the trace of Romain. So the current is like this ? Here he is, Argos, my teammate, who followed me during half of the crossing. He was spending most of the nights on the boat, and passing one or two times a day above, singing. It’s been more than 1000km that he’s been visiting me. Now I think he’s like saying goodbye, incredible. He was spending night either at the front, near the drift, or at the rear near the antenna stand. I named him Argos, because the first night he came, the Argos tracker stopped working, I first thought it was because of him, but in the end not at all. We always try to accuse someone when something is not working. I’m 100 miles from Cayenne I’ll be there not tonight but the next one. He was never really coming during the day, he was always singing, flying above, but never stopped, and I have the feeling it’s the last time I’ll see him. Hurry up, hurry up, we’ll miss the boat! I believe in what I see, I’ve been repeating this for a long time since yesterday morning. “2nd place after Patrick Hoyau” You’re happy of achieving it, because it’s a childhood dream, when you have this dream you think that it’s impossible, you won’t be able to do it, and then you realize that you’ve done it.

    Sinking Ship Simulator: The Royal Navy’s Damage Repair Instructional Unit
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    Sinking Ship Simulator: The Royal Navy’s Damage Repair Instructional Unit

    November 24, 2019

    STEVE RAY: Behind me is the DRIU,
    Damage Repair Instructional Unit basically a big metal box
    which we flood It’s a mockup ship, so the
    internal layout resembles pretty much what you’d see on the majority
    of Royal Navy ships that are in the fleet today. Primarily used for practical
    damage control training. TOM SCOTT: “This is serious kit.
    I am… I am really… “We’re going to have to go in,
    repair some holes in the side… “and I’m a little bit terrified.” MATT GRAY:
    “It’s just normal temperature water. “We’re going to freeze
    when we get in there.” STEVE RAY: We’ve got four sections
    of the ship, split over three decks. We’ve got complete control over
    water levels, smoke and lighting levels, We can control pipe damage,
    deck and bulkhead splits, We can roll the unit up to 15°
    either side of upright. at a variety of different speeds
    to simulate different sea states. So today the beginners are going
    to be getting just 5° of roll which will seem like a lot to them. Instructional staff will be getting
    the full 15°, to make it harder. [SHOUTING] MATT: Bloody hell! [INDISTINCT ANNOUNCEMENT] TOM: The very first thing,
    the 120psi breach. and it’s pointed at us, and the
    very first thing we have to do… MATT: You could feel the pressure
    from two metres away, just from the air it was chucking at you,
    never mind the water. MELINDA SECKINGTON:
    I didn’t quite realise how much you’d feel it when I went to grab the
    wedge bag. [WATER SPRAYING] STEVE RAY: First hit, Zulu One,
    will consist of a small deck split, and a large multi-split
    in the ship’s side. First stage leak-stopping on both of those
    will be softwood wedges. – Ready?
    – Ready! TOM: Getting pushed under…
    who got the breach underneath? PAUL CURRY: I got that.
    TOM: That was you? ‘Cos I tried that, and I just
    could not find the breach. PAUL: No. No. It was really tricky.
    And the first time I went down, I couldn’t find it either. I knew it was
    between your two shoes, could not for the life of me
    get the wedge in, and all the time I was trying to
    be buoyant as possible, which is not useful(!) STEVE RAY: Anyone in the Royal Navy
    that is going to serve on a ship will have to complete training
    here on the DRIU. Intent being, to be able to confidently
    enter a flooded compartment, carry out first-aid leak stopping, be familiar with the equipment
    that they’re going to be using, effect permanent repairs and
    remove water from the compartment. PAUL: The multi-split. TOM: You were up there for a long time, Matt.
    You got a lot in there. MATT: Lots of hammering,
    but as the water’s filling up, you can’t find where the holes are,
    because the water goes above where they are. TOM: You were up there for… as well? MEL: I was pushing.
    MATT: Yeah. TOM: You had to take all the weight
    of Matt pushing against you. MATT: Did you see the bit where my foot
    started flailing off to the side? I couldn’t bring it back
    under the pressure! STEVE RAY: The head of pressure
    is similar to what you would see a couple of decks
    below the waterline. So the water pressures, we believe
    to be realistic. Some of the pipe damage,
    we do pump the water in, to simulate a high-pressure seawater breach
    or fluid system pipe damage. TOM: Wedge! PAUL: Props to Tom for actually
    splitting a wedge in the heat of the moment. MATT: I completely forgot about that!
    “But it won’t fit!” PAUL: That was intense. TOM: “Oh yeah, we can do that!” [SIREN] STEVE RAY: Second hit, you’re going
    to see a 3-inch rocket hole. It’s going to be in a particularly
    awkward position behind a locker. So we’re looking to see
    somebody inside the locker, possibly with teammates
    backing them up, while they look to get
    wedges into that hole. ANNOUNCEMENT:
    Missile launch detected, brace, brace, brace. [SHOUTS AND RUSHING WATER] ANNONUCEMENT:
    Stand to, carry out blanket search. STEVE RAY: We’ve got a safety number
    on the gantry watching the exercise, and controlling the exercise.
    They’ve got complete control of the water level within the compartment,
    so they can make it higher if you’re doing well,
    to make it harder for you, or if they’re feeling kind,
    they can drop the water level. They can also remove all the water very quickly
    in the event of an emergency. They’ve got direct communications
    to the unit driver, who’s in the driver’s cab. The driver can turn on and off incidents, they have control of
    all lighting and smoke levels, how much the unit is rolling. It’s clean water similar to a swimming pool,
    so we chlorinate it, it’s stored in a sump
    directly below the unit. And then we pump it up to the header tank
    prior to an exercise starting. TOM: The cupboard! [SPUTTERS]
    We all tried it! I’ve still got water in my ear,
    ‘cos… just full force. MATT: I managed to get my head in,
    and sort of round so then the water’s
    all here and missing my face. But then you can’t see anything! TOM: The wedges kept diverting
    left and right. PAUL: I was inhaling water
    most of the time, so even though I had the wedges
    in the right place, I got exploded back out of the cupboard
    because I forgot to breathe. TOM: But then you got it! PAUL: Yeah! Eventually. TOM: What did you do to make it work? PAUL: Wedges on the left hand side
    of the incident and then push them towards the stream. TOM: And it was that kind of
    arrowhead formation, so you put two in,
    then one in the middle, hammer it in
    and it all widens out? PAUL: That’s it. And because the wedges
    were given to me in that formation and then a hammer followed…
    TOM: Well done Mel! PAUL: It worked! STEVE: We’re looking for a
    second-stage build on the deck split, which will just be a vertical shore, utilising a rubber, steel and timber
    sandwich pack on the deck. The importance of
    damage control training. Ultimately: flooded compartments
    will remove buoyancy and stability from the ship, too many flooded compartments,
    the ship could be lost. Of equal importance, there’s going to be
    equipment in each compartment, which directly affects the
    fighting effectiveness of the ship. Wartime, we need to recover real estate
    to allow us to fight the external battle. And peacetime, we’re looking to maintain
    enough buoyancy and stability to keep the ship afloat. TOM: Controlled conditions, in a simulator, it took four of us five attempts to close
    a breach at the back of a locker. The professionals are in there now, they’re going to do that and beyond
    in five minutes. It took us twenty! And that was on the easiest levels. [SHOUTING] TOM: I’ve seen Royal Navy trainees in there
    when I did the recce for this, and the trainees…
    it’s the working together. It’s knowing that there is going to be…
    ‘cos we were chaotic! There was teamwork in there… PAUL: We left an entire
    hammer behind at one point. TOM: Did we? [LAUGHTER] MATT: But we did manage to do it. PAUL: They trusted us with hammers…
    and we prevailed! [LAUGHTER] [Translating these subtitles? Add your name here!]

    Advanced Jet Ski/PWC Training Trial Announcement | Better Boating
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    Advanced Jet Ski/PWC Training Trial Announcement | Better Boating

    November 6, 2019

    Hi, Adam from Better Boating. Today, I want to tell you about
    our latest training option! We’ve got these great Sea-Doo PWCs
    all set up and ready to go, So that we can offer our PWC Licence
    students the opportunity to do some practical training out on the water with us
    on the same day as their Licence course. At some of our upcoming courses, we’ll be offering
    this extra training at no extra cost. We wanna see what you guys think of it,
    and see if you think there’s value in it. If you wanna be kept up to date about
    when these courses are going on, Like us on the Socials, or call the 1300 number
    and we’ll let you know what’s going on.

    How to Sail – Your first sail in a 2 person sailboat
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    How to Sail – Your first sail in a 2 person sailboat

    November 5, 2019

    This training video will show you what to
    do on your first sail. You will learn how to start and stop the boat, control your speed
    and turn around. For your first sail you should choose a light
    wind day, and the objective is to sail backwards and forwards across the wind, with the wind
    blowing over the side of the boat like this. This is called a beam reach, and this is the
    best point of sailing for your first sail. When you have more experience, you can then
    master the other points of sailing. This video assumes that you are familiar with
    rigging your boat and you know how to launch safely. And that you understand the points
    of sailing. Identify where the wind is blowing from by
    looking at flags ashore, or masthead burgees, or look at ripples on the water. A flapping
    sail will also indicate where the wind is blowing from. You need to be careful of the no go zone,
    which is an area 45 degrees either side of where the wind is blowing from. The sails
    do not work in this zone and you will not be able to sail. By identifying where the
    wind is blowing from, you should be able to work out where the no go zone is likely to
    be and try to ensure that you do not steer unintentionally into this zone. You should be sitting in the boat well forward
    like this, and with the tiller extension in the dagger grip in front of your body. This
    leaves your other hand to control the mainsheet. Avoid sitting too far back, it may feel comfortable
    but you will find it difficult to turn around and the boat will not sail as effectively
    in the water. You should be able to gently push and pull
    the tiller extension to turn the boat. Keep these movements small and always return
    the tiller to the straight position as your default.
    Remember that the boat will turn with even the smallest amount of angle on the tiller. Pushing the tiller towards the boom will turn
    the nose or bow of the boat towards the wind. This is called luffing up. And pulling the
    tiller away from the boom will make the bow of the boat turn away from the wind. This
    is called bearing away. The crew sits in front of the helmsman, and
    their role is to control the front sail called a jib, by pulling in or letting go of the
    control sheet. The easiest point to get a feel for steering, starting and stopping is
    to position your boat so the wind is blowing across the boat at 90 degrees. This point
    of sailing is called a beam reach. Here you can see a boat on a beam reach point of sailing
    with the sails flapping. To help you understand how the wind powers
    the boat you should think of your sail as an engine.
    Pulling in on the main control ropes will pull in the sails which fills them with wind,
    which in turn generates drive to the boat through the water. Letting the ropes go makes
    the sails flap, which reduces power and subsequently slows you down. Your main control ropes are called sheets.
    Starting with the control sheets loose and the sails flapping with the rudder completely
    straight, you should gently pull the control sheets for the mainsail and the jib until
    the sails don�t flap any more. When you pull a sail in from a slack position,
    the last bit to fill with wind is the front part of the sail. So this is the area to look
    at to make sure that it doesn�t flap. Ask the crew to do the same with the headsail.
    You will notice that the boat will immediately drive forwards. Sailing dinghies don�t have brakes, so to
    slow down you must release the power in the sail by slackening the control sheet on both
    mainsail and jib. When sailing it�s a good idea to take note
    of a fixed object on the shore, and try to adjust the rudder to maintain a steady steering
    direction towards that point. It�s very easy to get disorientated when sailing, so
    having a constant reference point is a big help to ensure you continue sailing in the
    right direction. Sooner or later you are going to run out of
    water or need to turn for some other reason. There are two ways to turn a boat around.
    For your first sail, you should turn the nose of the boat through the wind. This is called
    tacking. The other way of turning, which you should avoid to start with, is called gybing.
    This is where the nose of the boat turns away from the wind. Both these manoeuvres in detail are the subject
    of other videos on this site. When tacking the boat will slow significantly,
    and it is for this reason that you should use this manoeuvre on your first sail. To
    tack round you should be sailing along on your beam reach. In preparation look around
    and make sure that the immediate area is clear from other vessels or hazards. The object
    of the exercise is to sail back along the track from where you have just come. Check
    once again that your turning area is safe, and you can get ready to turn. Ask the crew to get ready. They should then
    prepare themselves by making sure that no ropes are tangled round their feet. When they
    are ready, and the area is still clear, you can then start the manoeuvre. Gently push
    the tiller towards the boom. The boat will immediately start to turn, ask the crew to
    release the jib sheet. Duck under the boom and move across onto the other side of the
    boat. Once the boom has passed overhead keep turning
    until you have gone through 180 degrees. You should now be on a beam reach once more.
    Move across onto the new side of the boat and sit down, straighten the tiller and swap
    your hands over, and resume the dagger grip once more like this. The crew meanwhile pulls
    the jib across onto the new side. And both sails are adjusted once more to find the point
    where they just stop flapping. Now let�s take another look. Sailing along the beam reach point of sailing,
    take a quick look to decide where you plan to end up heading and check the area is clear.
    Check the crew is ready for the turn. Gently push the tiller towards the boom and turn
    the nose of the boat through the wind, and ask the crew to release their jib sheet. Stepping across the boat ducking under the
    boom keeping the rudder in the same turning position, once you have turned 180 degrees,
    straighten the tiller, swap the hands on the tiller and resume to the dagger grip.
    The crew meanwhile pulls the jib across onto the new side, and then both of you find the
    point where the sail just stops flapping. Don�t worry too much about your technique
    just now, the full tacking procedure is the subject of another video. If you want to stop and have a rest at any
    time, you should learn to hove to. The helmsman and crew release both sails so that they flap.
    And the crew pulls the jib across onto the wrong side like this. And then locks the sail
    in the jam cleat to stop it from flapping. The helmsman then pushes the tiller towards
    the boom, and the crew raises the centreboard so it�s about half way up. All this has
    the effect of stopping the boat. To get out of the hove to position, the crew
    simply releases the jib and pulls it across on to the other side, the helmsman straightens
    the tiller, and away you go. Whilst tacking across the wind you may straighten
    the rudder too soon. Here you will be stuck in the no go zone with the nose of the boat
    pointing head to wind. This is called being stuck in irons. If this happens don�t worry.
    Keep the tiller straight and ask the crew to pull the jib across to one side. This will
    slowly force the nose of the boat out of the no go zone. Keep the jib in this position
    until you have turned 90 degrees. Here you are pointing on a beam reach point of sailing.
    Release the jib and pull it across on to the other side, and at the same time pull the
    mainsheet in. And sail away. If you sail in windier conditions everything
    is the same but events happen considerably faster. You will notice that the boat will
    turn faster, the sails flap louder, and the boom travels across the boat faster. If your
    boat is fitted with a reefing system you should consider reefing the mainsail. On windy days
    this reduces the amount of sail area and takes some of the power away.
    Common mistakes Not understanding where the wind is blowing
    from so not setting the sails correctly for the point of sailing you are on. For your first sail you should turn around
    by tacking through the wind as this is easier to master than gybing. Getting stuck in irons. Not keeping a good lookout can put you in
    a hazardous area with lots of boats or other water users. Not straightening the tiller once the tack
    is completed. The boat will keep turning. Key learning points First time out avoid winds greater than about
    12 miles an hour, so that you can get the manoeuvre at a manageable speed. Pulling in the control sheets so that the
    mainsail fills with wind will drive your boat forward. Releasing the control sheets so that the mainsail
    flaps in the wind will lose drive and slow you down. In your early days of sailing the easiest
    condition to practise in is when the wind is blowing across the boat at 90 degrees,
    called a beam reach. The safest way to turn your boat round is
    to tack which is when the bow, or nose of the boat goes through the eye of the wind
    and out onto the other side. It�s likely that you will become disorientated
    as you tack back and forth, so identify a point to aim at before you turn that will
    become a reference point for you. If you get stuck in the no go zone, keep the
    tiller straight and ask the crew to pull the jib across to one side. If you want to stop and rest while sailing,
    adopt the hove to position. Next steps Watch this video as many times as is necessary
    to have a good understanding of how to start and stop your boat and make simple turns. Use the script and glossary accompanying the
    video to help you. You should continue to practise this until
    you are familiar and comfortable with the effect of the rudder and steering controls. Glossary Beam Reach – A point of sailing where the
    boat is sailing at 90 degrees to the wind Bearing Away – To alter course by turning
    the boat away from the wind Boom – A horizontal spar attached to the mast
    that supports the mainsail Bow – The forward end of a boat Burgee – Small flag at the mast head which
    is used to indicate wind direction Centreboard – A large plate that pivots and
    retracts inside the boat, used to prevent sideways slip (called leeway) particularly
    when sailing close hauled Control line – Piece of rope or cord used
    to control an individual part of the sail Crew – In the context of these videos the
    crew is the person controlling the headsail on a two handed dinghy Dagger grip – Term used to describe way that
    helmsman holds mainsheet and tiller extension Gybe (gybing) – To change course from one
    side of the wind to the other, sailing downwind. Head to wind – Position of the boat when the
    bow is pointing directly into the wind Helmsman/Helm – Person steering the boat,
    applies to both male and female Hove to – Position where the boat is stopped
    with the jib or headsail is backed and the mainsail is flapping Jib (or headsail) – The front sail on a two
    handed dinghy controlled by the crew Jibsheet – The control line used to pull the
    jib in or let it out Luff up (or luffing) – To turn the boat from
    one point of sailing to another that is closer to the wind Mainsail – The main sail on a boat, the largest
    sail (except for the spinnaker) controlled by the helmsman Mainsheet – The line used to pull the mainsail
    in or let it out Masthead – The top of a mast No go zone – The area in which a boat won�t
    sail, 45 degrees either side of where the wind is blowing from Point of sailing – Any direction of sailing Reefing – An action that is designed to reduce
    the size of a sail during periods of strong wind, in order to improve the ship’s stability Rigging – The system of all ropes, lines and
    wires that support and control sails and mast on a boat. Also the process of attaching the
    sails to the boat Rudder blade – A flat, underwater blade that
    steers the boat Sheet – A control line used to trim sails Stuck in irons – A term used when the boat
    is stationary with the bow head to wind Tack – The manoeuvre used to alter direction
    by turning across the wind, the bow goes from one side of the no go zone to the other. Or
    the lower front corner of a sail Tiller – Attachment to the rudder by which
    it is controlled Tiller extension – Connected to the tiller,
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