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Want to know more about offshore sailing or are thinking about doing a similar passage? I put together this video during our passage as an informational source for others to learn from (including learning from our mistakes...) Find more information about us and our journey at: www.kayleenvanderree.com @kayvdr
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2017 voyage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5m9yT06Khg ; The book: "Alone Together: Sailing Solo to Hawaii and Beyond" at Amazon.com ; "Book Trailer" video :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY3GFaHwRAA Cruise of the Ericson 32-3 "Thelonious", Los Angeles to Kaua'i. Twenty days out, 28 days back in a year of hurricanes and a stationary North Pacific high. Video on the Sailomat steering vane: http://www.ericsonyachts.org/infoexchange/entry.php?217-Offshore-with-the-2014-Sailomat-Wind-Vane-Video
The Velella Mariculture Research Project is testing an unachored drifter pen in Federal waters (3-150 miles offshore) off the Big Island of Hawaii. This innovative form of mariculture - growing fish in the open ocean - uses cutting edge technology and leaves no environmental footprint. The Velella Project could revolutionize sustainable aquaculture.
this video explains the mechanism of offshore jack up rigs
This video shows Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) discharge plume models for 3 plants off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Time-varying volumes of the temperature and nitrate concentration, ocean current, as well as imagery, terrain, and 3D models of the OTEC plant are shown. About OTEC: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a process used to produce electricity based on the temperature difference between deep cold seawater and warm tropical surface seawater. Because this temperature difference is small, large quantities of seawater are processed with the attractive benefits of firm base load (24/7) power production, no direct carbon emissions and an environmentally sustainable plant that can provide massive levels of energy. Because a commercial OTEC plant has not yet operated...
Part II of our Pacific crossing from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to Hilo Hawaii. It took us 20 days for the 2667nm. Learn about our thoughts, fears and emotions while we were out there! in the middle of the ocean! please send us a like and subscribe to our channel.. mahalo if you wanna throw some coins towards our cruising kitty? do it here..: http://www.sy-zero.de/wp/spend-us-a-drink/ please support us and become a Patreon..: http://www.patreon.com/syZERO find more Videos and Information about ZERO or get in contact with us here..: ..our blog: http://www.sy-ZERO.de ..facebook..: http://www.facebook.com/syZERO ..google +..: http://plus.google.com/u/0/+SYZERO/posts ..instagram..: http://instagram.com/syZERO_sailing salty hugs christian + Rebecca syZERO
https://www.amazon.com/shop/jackdoggerdog Serious Deep Sea Fishing Adventures from Kewalo Basin Honolulu Hawaii. If you are looking for the ultimate deep sea fishing adventure for MONSTER Marlin,Tuna, Mahi Mahi, etc. Magic Sport Fishing is your best bet. With over 35 years experience Captain Russell Tanaka is all business and no nonsense. He will literally go the extra miles to put you into the fish. It is no wonder Magic is the top producing boat in the harbour.They take pride in proving this fact over and over again. Spend an exciting day with these knowledgeable guides fishing the beautiful waters off Oahu. I highly recommend Magic Sportfishing Charters. Thanks again to Captain Russell for the epic Yellowfin Tuna adventure. We will be back next year! Mahalo. FOR MORE INFORMATION: htt...
SHORT VERSION (3 minutes): http://youtu.be/3lHGfJ9dLj0 Scorpio and crew (5) attempting to sail from San Francisco to Hawaii. The boat handled well. The winds were heavy so reduced the number of sails up and we reefed in the main but the rail was still in the water. The boat's port lights were hit by much more water than they saw while sailing around san francisco bay and water was dripping onto the beds. We were tempted to push through the heavy winds and soggy beds but that sounded like how most bad sailing stories start. We turned back to the West and docked in Santa Cruz in an attempt to seal up the port lights. A few days later we again attempted the Pacific but the port lights were still leaking. We collectively decided to postpone the trip for another time. It was a GREAT ...
Christian Williams retraces an old route in a new boat. Music: "Dance of the Kordies," Les Paul Trio; "In a Mellow Tone," Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax; "The Boy in the Bubble," Paul Simon, Live Africa Concert, 1987; "Thelonious," Thelonious Monk Underground. Under "Dracula 1931" is an excerpt from score of The Omen .
October 2010. The 38' Tuna Fishing Shortliner Boat running back from the Cross Seamount with Pirate Zach Echavarria (Pirates of the Caribbean 4 On Stranger Tides) and Captain Christopher A. Miller (Rescued by M/V Golden Princess and USCG). We got caught in some heavy seas in between Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. More Videos from tunashack: Rigging an Anchor - Pirate's Review Shooting Ice in Hawaii - Pirate's Review Live Menpachi - Squirrel Fish - Pirate's Review Jigging a Lure - The Buoy is Very Close - Pirate's Review Put the Mahi (Bunny) Back in the Box! - Pirate's Review Mahi Mahi Over the Rail - Pirate's Review Pirate's Review - Captain's Havin' a Coronary! Branchline Holder Live Akule, Fresh Out of the Bait Well - Pirate's Review Storage for Sabiki / Damashi ...
A compilation of video clips collected in deepwater by the Little Hercules remotely operated vehicle (ROV) and camera platform during an ROV shakedown cruise aboard NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer offshore Kona, Hawaii (March 2010). The video footage shows a pelagic sea cucumber (apodid holothurian), Venus flytrap sea anemone (actinoscyphiid sea anemone), tripod fish (chlorophthalmid tipod fish), flatfish (pleuronectiform flatfish), eel (bongrid conger eel), shrimp (benthic caridean likely nematocarcinid shrimp), actiniid Bolocera-like sea anemone with a galatheid crab, glass sponge and demospongid with hermit crab, and hexactinellid (glass) sponge next to a primnoid coral. Video courtesy of the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research. Source: http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/okeanos/we...
A singlehanded sailing voyage from British Columbia to Hawaii, with a few mishaps along the way. The boat is a Spencer 35 MK II. The voyage was over 2400 nautical miles and took 24 days. The music is SAILOR'S LAMENT by Jason Shaw: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jason_Shaw/Audionautix_Acoustic/SAILORS_LAMENT____________3-08
A discussion of the issues to be covered at the Downtown Forum luncheon panel program on April 16th at the Laniakea. The program will feature a panel comprised of Christine Camp, Paul Brewbaker, Carl Fooks, Mike Fergus, Brenda Foster, Gerard Sumida and Jon Wallenstrom. Sign up at ThinkTechHawaii.com to attend the panel!
SY ZERO sailed across the pacific ocean. starting in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico heading to Hilo, Hawaii. 20 Days offshore and lots of fun.. Part II of our Pacific crossing from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to Hilo Hawaii. It took us 20 days for the 2667nm. Learn about our thoughts, fears and emotions while we were out there! in the middle of the ocean! please send us a like and subscribe to our channel.. mahalo if you wanna throw some coins towards our cruising kitty? do it here..: http://www.sy-zero.de/wp/spend-us-a-drink/ please support us and become a Patreon..: http://www.patreon.com/syZERO find more Videos and Information about ZERO or get in contact with us here..: ..our blog: http://www.sy-ZERO.de ..facebook..: http://www.facebook.com/syZERO ..google +..: http://plus.google.com/u/0/+SY...
Great sailing. Footage of our 6th annual passage.
Hard work pays off. We chased a bird pile all day just around 125-150 fathoms. Hooked the second Aku two minutes after the first one but after that second one, the bait dove deeper so the Aku were all swimming deep and not coming up to the surface. Little Aku were jumping around chasing bait in the morning. Shot with: GoPro Hero 3 Silver