We met up with Caryn and Gary from s/v Illimite in Grand Cayman and they took us out to one of the most beautiful dive sites! This particular one is at ~65ft. There are over 300 mooring balls surrounding the island for boats to use so they don’t have to anchor and potentially damage the reef! That’s genius. Well done.
We saw rays, moray eels, turtles, groupers, and tons of species of fish.
This is an in-depth video on how I installed my 300W solar system. I’m not advocating any particular vendor, just using what worked best for me. This keeps up with everything I need electricity-wise on my 38′ catamaran “Zingaro”. Charger: http://www.midnitesolar.com/pages/kid… Panels: http://www.hqsolarpower.com/HQST-100-… Let me know if this helps you out, I’d love to hear of your success! Also, if you’d like help with anything,a I’d be happy to lend a hand. 🙂
I sailed solo for 7 days, rounding the western Cape of Cuba, and sat on the concrete in a plaza for 6+ hours to upload this. Enjoy!
We continue where we left off: I broke the rudder, as well as my macbook, autopilot, and phone. Everything gets fixed in this episode (except my iPhone, I’m going to throw that in the drink, watch for that video!). I go diving with friends, meet up with 2 crew members who are going to Cuba with me, and we sail down to Key West, Fl for new years eve!
Finally done with the first episode! Super exited to share this. Flew from Hawaii to Ft Myers, Florida to look at a catamaran, and ended up living there for 2 months while refitting and getting her ready for sea. It was tough, and a great learning experience. I’ve video-documented much of the process, and will be putting out detailed how-to videos, maybe they will help someone in their journey.
In this video we get a walkthrough on how to change the bands on your speargun. Good skill to have when sailing around the world… The salty air rots these bands FAST! I keep the spare rubber in the refrigerator.
Big thank you to Nautilus Spearfishing for the demonstration. Please visit the shop’s website: nautilusspear.com
Sailboat how-to video brought to you by sv Zingaro! In this episode I take you through everything I did to install a new tri-color masthead light. This one is unique as it has a photo-sensor and shuts off when the sun comes up! Plus you can make it blink slow, fast, and S-O-S. 🙂
Welcome to s/v Zingaro! This is an intro video, explaining what the channel is about. I will be putting out tons of new content very soon! I know the videos aren’t the best, I’m a mechanic, and video editing isn’t my strong suit. 😉 But I’m learning!!
Then direct your beautiful eyes to the pic on the right (if you’re not seeing that click on the ” read more” button”. This is the pier at it’s blessing in 1922. What an amazing people, the Hawaiians; it’s not an opening – it must be blessed. That warms my heart.
Unfortunately, nobody consulted with the local Hawaiians on this project, because if they had they would have understood that the current and tide in this area is non-conducive to a large concrete structure. The pic on the left is the pier now, having been closed in 1950 (due to the aforementioned problems) and collapsed in 1992 from hurricane Iniki.