Sailing adventure with laser2, 4,2m sailboat-1500Nm in Adriatic sea! Posted on March 2, 2014 by admin Online video Rating: four / 5
25 thoughts on “Sailing adventure with laser2, 4,2m sailboat-1500Nm in Adriatic sea!”
pretty incredible. the kind of thing I used to imagine doing long ago.
Thinking bout doing similar on a moth in NZ can you give a gear list?
Like safety equip and whiz
I like it
This video is amazing! It really lifts the spirits to see what can be done
on very little money but with lots of willpower! The guy sails a dinghy
that weighs only 80kg a distance of 2000km by sea! What freedom! I’m
totally envious. I would love to just bugger off and sail into the sunset
like this fella does. Well worth a watch. It might just cheer you up!
An excellent video but quite too short !!!!! could you one day make a
longer movie.. A french Laser Standard Sailor.
Well done. What month(s) did you sail? Also did you carry all your own food
on board or did you stop and purchase as you went? I have to ask how you
managed to stop the auto bailer from leaking, I have sailed Laser II and I
found the bailer to be prone to leaking.
Amazing effort. well done.
Fantastic sailing trip and wonderfull boat as well – Go Laser Go !! Bart –
LOL extreme, you need to do 1500NM in bass straight, thats extreme
Great video and adventure! 🙂
Great video. But the Laser 2 is 4.39 mtr long.
Man, pretty good video! All that on a laser 2? Well done.
That would be more extreme 🙂 You might prefere this video: search for:
Sailing from Nordkapp to Stockholm – Project Scandinavia 2012 by Igor
you have inspired me Thank you
I heard “Numb” on the piano :D.
Sailing from Nordkapp to Stockholm. Search Igor Stropnik on you tube and
look at film ”Katamaranom na napuhavanje do Stocholma”
What an adventure! Thanks for sharing. made me a subscriber.
My favorite sailing video…
Anyway…If i will have enough money and time I would like to go to a
similar journey with my dinghy……RESPECT!
It was june and july. I had most of food aboard but had to stop for the
water.Bailer was ok but as I was overloaded water was leaking in from
dagerboard hole so I put ducktape over every night to stay dry.
Thanks! Longer film is coming after next project.
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