Escape 8 What it’s Really Like Sailing to the Bahamas

In this episode of Escape we continue our push south to Florida and the Bahamas from Cuttyhunk to Block Island…
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Escape – Episode 8 Season 1

Cuttyhunk Active Captain Anchorages & Dingy Dock
Leaving Cuttyhunk
Full Sail South West Leaving Buzzards Bay
Reaching to Block Island
Radar Collision Avoidance
Raymarine MARPA Targets
Monitoring CH 16
Arriving in Block Island Great Salt Pond
Exploring Great Salt Pond Mooring Field
Great South Pond Active Captian Anchorage
Setting the Anchor in Great South Pond
Walking the Dog in the Morning
The Oar Resturant
Champlain’s Resort

Filmed with: GoPro Hero3, GoPro Hero3+, GoPro Hero4, Canon 70D, iPhone 6 Plus

Timelapse with: iPhone 6 Plus and Hyperlapse 1080p, GoPro or 70D photo interval of 5s wifi

Sailing Vessel Escape
1981 C&C 36 a ongoing refit and recondition project

Navigation: Current suite from Raymarine including A97 sonar/depth & temperature transducer, paddle speed transducer, ev-100 wheel autopilot
– Navionics Field Specialist running latest Navionics Platinum+ Cartography, Navionics+ for current updates.
– Navionics iPhone App for wifi updates of the latests charts to the Raymarine a97 and easily transferring routes and waypoints
– RayView Android app on dedicated Droid 4 with 1080p video out to 40″ LG LED TV for viewing navigation information in the salon from the a97 via wifi
– RayControl Android App on dedicated Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for controlling the a97 via wifi while in the salon
– 2015 27″ 5k iMac running Polar View with USB GPS and NOAA ENC (vector) and Raster Charts from Maine to South America with Active Captain Database and weather GRIB files
– iPhone AquaMap app for active captain database access
– Skipper Bobs ICW Anchorages
– Paper Cruising Guides from Maine to the Bahamas

Music by Jeff Kaale