Brian’s Favorite Way To Start The Morning! Sailing vessel Delos Ep. 220

Brian’s Favorite Way To Start The Morning! Sailing vessel Delos Ep. 220

This is what sailing’s
all about, I think. Some magic mornings like these. [MUSIC – ONETOX, “RAMUKANJI”] [NON-ENGLISH SINGING] (SINGING) Onetox represents
Solomon Island people see. We people styles originally
from my homeland. Like my old man say,
there’s nothing impossible. So we have to bring this
message to me brother lyrical. Straight from the
crew, out to the blue. We represent the voices
of my ancestors calling. And now it’s getting worse
and my culture is falling. Now we have to step up to the– Morning. What do you think about
this view right now? Not much. Just starting to clear up. It looks like Jurassic Park. It’s a huge, crazy cliff over
there piercing through the rain cloud. That was a good description. Yes. What’s the plan of action now? We’re heading into
Soufriere Bay and we can see what it’s like in
there if we grab moorings, and then we need to check in. We’re going to go into
this little town here. I think it’s called Soufriere. Is that how you
pronounce it, Brady? Something like that. And try and check into
immigration and customs, and just get a vibe
and feel for the place. This place is gorgeous. It’s like raining a little bit. It’s all misty, and
colorful flowers and stuff. It’s very, very beautiful. When Brian was off
checking us in, Alex and I happened
to make a new friend. What was your name again? Valen– My name is Valentious. Valentious. And what are you doing here? I’m just selling some salad
beans to let the day flow. Let the day flow, nice. So we’re picking out
all the good ones. Yes, you’ve got to
get rid of those. Yes, get rid of these. You can’t sell those, but
this one’s a good one. You’re very good and natural
in front of the camera. I think you have a future of
show business in front of you, maybe. Yes, well I feel like
doing a movie one day. That’d be fun, man. Yeah, man. What kind of movie
would you want to be in? Action? Action. Romance? Romance is like the
cars and the stuff? No, romance is like– Romantic. –kissing– Yes, yes, yes. [LAUGHTER] With the cars, too. Yes. Yes. You want to be in a
movie with action, with romance, and with cars. This is my brother, Brian. Hi, Brian. Little Fizz. Little Fizz? Yes. Nice to meet you, man. Yeah, man. Cool. We’re helping him separate these
[INAUDIBLE] bean because he’s selling them to the ladies. I just came to really
sell salad beans– Oh, the good beans
from [INAUDIBLE].. So some of them were
not good so I’m just– Yes. So since your guys were
here, they helped me out and that was very
nice of them, man. He’s a good guy, my brother. Yeah, man. I could see that on their face. Alex, too. She’s nice. Yeah. He thinks Brady looks
like Paul Walker. That was the best compliment
I’ve ever got in my life. Yes, that’s a great compliment. That’s the best
compliment I’ve ever had. [LAUGHTER] Cool. [MUSIC PLAYING] [INAUDIBLE] beer. [INAUDIBLE] people. I like their slogan,
let’s make it happen. That’s supposed to
represent the [INAUDIBLE]?? Yes. Yeah? [LAUGHTER] [MUSIC PLAYING] All right. So today is a much
more beautiful day. We wake up and this is our view. That’s not too bad. There’s one over there. There’s one over there. Today, the girls
have adventure plans. We are going horseback
riding today, which is really
exciting because I think we all grew up riding a bit. And living on a
boat, there’s not that many opportunities
to go horseback riding. But today’s the day. It’s a girls’ day. It’s going to be a girls’ day. It is. Are we going to do like a girls’
day, boys’ day sort of thing? I think so. Brady was talking about– I mean, that’s up to you guys. We’re doing girls’ day. Yeah, that’s on you. Let’s take a look at your
filming situation there. Oh yeah. Crotch cam. This is my crotch cam
for speedy action shots. You’re not going to lose that. I don’t think so. OK. I’ll drop you on then. OK. [MUSIC PLAYING] Into town we go. This should be interesting. Oh. [LAUGHTER] Serious. I’m walking beside you. I do not know how far we’ll
reach, but I’m walking. OK. Let’s go, man. Let’s do it. Hey! Manners, manners, manners! Sorry. [INAUDIBLE] [LAUGHTER] Oh, all the horses just
like dropped a deuce on their front lawn. Some guy’s walking beside
me rolling a joint, I’mma walk with you. I’mma walk with you. This is interesting. This is not what I
expected for a beach ride. I’ll tell you that much. OK. What’s the plan now? We’re getting off, and then
we’re going into the water. Cool. We get to swim them. Yes, bareback. Sweet. [INAUDIBLE] [LAUGHTER] That was so fun. That was really cool. I’m definitely glad that we
opted for the beach ride. None of us have
swam horses before, so we wanted to come
down and give it a shot. Yes, and the horses are
just like rolling around, and prancing, and
being hilarious. So in all my years of
riding, that’s definitely a new experience with
horses, so I’m really glad we came out and did this. And look how beautiful it is. So cool, man. So our girls’ day took
a little side track, and we provisioned because
we had almost no food left on the boat. What did we find, [INAUDIBLE]? A turkey. Look at that. We’re a little bit
worried that it might not fit in the freezer
and/or in our oven, but we’ll figure something out. The boys have lately
been mentioning a few comments about
the lack of meat that’s been eaten on the boat. And so we thought it’d be cool
to surprise them with a turkey. We got the only
Turkey in St. Lucia. How was boys’ day? It was good. In typical boys’ fashion, we
didn’t find or really do shit. [LAUGHTER] What did you guys do? We just hung around. And then this dingy came
racing around the corner. Came up to say hello. We invited them on board. Had a coffee. Then we decided to go check
out their boat, which is on the other side of the piton. They’re a cool
family from Poland. They’ve been sailing around
for a couple of years. They’ve got a trimaran. It’s pretty sweet. We hung out. We drank a bunch of rum. Cheers. Cheers. Welcome. Welcome to Belize. And just chatted
about this and that. Cool. Now you’re enjoying some ‘za. And about to go for a dive,
so it’s been a successful day. [MUSIC PLAYING] [YAWNING] Good Morning. We decided to move on today up
to an anchorage a little bit further north. Should be nice and protected. [MUSIC PLAYING] A lot of rain. Oh, it’s a drizzly one. That’s for sure. Look at these guys. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Getting it. That’s dedication right there. There’s [INAUDIBLE]. The weather along the
Saint Lucia coastline is pretty crazy. Like in the time that
we’ve been motoring, it’s gone from sunny,
to pouring rain, to sunny, to pouring rain
probably like four times. But right now it’s
sunny, which is awesome. And we’re getting ready to
pull into an anchorage called Marigot Bay. We’re discussing
balls– mooring balls. [LAUGHTER] There’s a lot of boats, like
on the outside of the Bay here. So we were thinking maybe
you can anchor out here, and in there you have to grab
a mooring ball or something. We’ll see. I’m sure there’ll be
a boat boy letting us know the plan here any minute. Most definitely. [INAUDIBLE] Hello. [INAUDIBLE] How are you? Would you like a mooring? How much is a mooring? 80EC a night. We’re just going to have
a little look around, but 80EC is too much for us. I’m sorry. Initial thoughts on Marigot Bay? It’s pretty built up. I thought it was going to
be like this deserted little thing. And it’s like so many people,
and speedboats, and tourists. But it’s cool. It’s nice. It’s very chill. I like this palm
tree beach lineup. When Saint Lucia first became
colonized about 400 years ago, this bay became very important. It’s been said that the
friendships would sail deep into the bay and hide behind
the sand spit that sticks out to escape the British fleet. They would then
lower their sales and tie palm fronds to
their masts to blend in with the palm trees. This bay has developed
a lot, especially in the last 30 years. Today, it’s a tourist hot
spot filled with hotels, restaurants, and boats. [MUSIC PLAYING] 4.7. I think if you come
in and drop just off the port stern
of this catamaran off the starboard side,
you could probably drop in about 4 meters of water. And then we’ll sit back nice,
and everything off of our port will be 3 meters [INAUDIBLE]. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hello. Looking sharp, Brody. Oh, thanks. [LAUGHTER] I think you should wear it
like that every day like– Well, that’s what
we were going for, but you just ruined
the surprise. Brady wants to grow
his hair back out, but I haven’t cut it in like– let’s see. In five months was the last
time you got a haircut. So I’m just giving
a little touch up. While Brady was getting a little
haircut at Blues’ barber shop, Brian was preparing a
treat in the kitchen. Do you guys have like
a plan of attack? A plan of attack? I just looked up a recipe. I typed in, how to cook a
turkey in the old googly, and came back with some things. It’s a pretty big bird. It is. I got the– Let’s take a look at her. She’s pretty good. We’ve got us a nice
10-pounder here. So I’ve got the oven
preheating, and right now the battery capacity is at 75%. We’re using 960 watts,
so about 1,000 watts. And we’re going to see if we
can cook the entire turkey just off the batteries. I need to chop up an
onion, and carrot. I’m making bread. But the bread maker is
magic, and it is so easy and it runs off of solar. And we can even cook the whole
thing just off the inverter, off the batteries. Pretty cool. Pretty cool. What else we got here? One onion, coarsely
chopped; one stalk celery, which you don’t have,
coarsely chopped; one carrot, coarsely chopped;
one 12-pound whole turkey. We’ve got a 10-pounder 2
tablespoons kosher salt. Oh, shit. It’s got to be kosher. 1 tablespoon ground
black pepper; 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper; 3
tablespoons butter; four sprigs fresh rosemary;
1/2 bunch chopped [INAUDIBLE].. So we don’t have
most of the stuff. [LAUGHTER] But we have an oven,
and we have the turkey. Here we go into the Gimbal
convection electric oven. OK. We’ll see you in
three hours, turkey. Oh, man. And so far, we are two
hours in and our batteries are now at 57%. So what were we when we started? 78 or something, or 74. 80%, OK. That’s not so bad, right? And some rain. And we’re getting shit for solar
because it’s a crappy weather day. Nothing’s coming
in on the solar. Alrighty. How are we doing? I think we’re so close. Just a few more minutes. Yeah? Almost time. Yes. All right. Let’s see how we did here. Ooh. I think it looks pretty good. Yeah? How long did it take? Three hours and 45 minutes. I want a taste. Can I have a taste? Yeah, go ahead. Mm. It’s really good, Brian. It’s good, huh? Mm. It’s not dry at all. No. Wow. Delicious. Great. Hold up. Oh. Turkey dark meat,
white meat coming up. Oh, look at this. It’s all seasoned
and everything. On a boat? That’s crazy talk. I’m just going to
start right now. Stuffing. Stuffing coming up. [INAUDIBLE] Slaw. I’ve got green papaya
and carrots with lime. Thank you, guys. Oh. [INAUDIBLE] I’m so excited about this stuff. [INAUDIBLE] little
topper of bacon. I’m pretty impressed with
that little oven though. It’s so easy. You just set it and– Set it and forget it. Set it and forget it. After running the bread maker,
the oven for nearly four hours, and cooking all of the sides,
we ended up using about 51% of the capacity of our lithium
batteries, so about 400 amp powers and 12 volts. With any luck, tomorrow
would be a sunny day, and we’d top them back up again. Rainbow! We’ve been in Saint Lucia
for, I think, a week maybe, and it’s flown by. I know we’ve had some
really good times here, but I am so excited that we’re
leaving tomorrow for Dominica. Check out this sunset, you guys. It’s amazing. [MUSIC PLAYING] What are you guys doing? I was just searching
on YouTube videos about epic catamaran
and trimaran fails. [LAUGHTER] It’s just boats just
flipping over and shit. It’s cool. Look at this epic sailboat
fails compilation 2014. Oh. Oh, oh, oh! Oh. Oh, shit. [LAUGHTER] Oh, my God. Oh. Dang. Oh, shit. What inspired you to look up– I don’t know. I didn’t feel like editing,
and we have internet. I just bought 15 gigs of data. [LAUGHTER] And I just smoked
my peace pipe, so– [LAUGHTER] That’s a good reason. What else are you going
to do with your time? This is what sailing
is all about, I think. It’s magic mornings like these. [MUSIC PLAYING] The funny part about trying
to film a time lapse on a boat is so I have like a
[INAUDIBLE] S, which is like a Gimbal stabilizer. And it does a pretty good job
of keeping the horizon steady. But the thing that
I never really thought about until
I started filming is that the boat is shifting
and swinging back and forth, and there is a
little bit of breeze. And so one second you have the
camera like pointed directly at the sunrise, and
then the next second, the boat’s swung
around and it’s pointed like off in the exact
opposite direction. So the challenges of
filming on a boat. There’s definitely
a lot of things to take into consideration. Brian’s favorite way
to start the morning. All I want to do
is have breakfast. Give me the camera and I’ll
show you what’s happening. OK. It’s recording. OK. Hold on. Turn it on. See it? What the hell? OK. Turn it off. I don’t know why things like
that happen, but they do. So we lost about 80% of
our water last night. We had 600 liters, and
now we’re at like 150. Oh, shit. Always something. Like at least the bilge
pump was going off. Because if the bilge pump
wouldn’t have pumped things out, it would have
just filled up the engine with water, which
could have been really bad. It could have always been worse. [LAUGHTER] So [INAUDIBLE]? Yeah, it was an easy fix. It was just a hose clamp
that came loose somehow, and the hose popped off the end. It’s not an exact
perfect fit on the hose, but it’s been on there for years
since I replaced that stuff. I don’t know why it decided
to happen last night. Hose clamp is fine. Not damaged or anything. But now we’ve got
to make some water. Good thing we have
a big water maker. Yeah. We only have to run it for
about three to four hours to replace the water. Morning. So today is the day that we
will be leaving Saint Lucia. And I wish that we had more
time to hang out and get to know the place, but we need
to start making our way up to Dominica. But first, we’re going to
go in and grab some veggies. We also had a few boat chores
to do before setting sail. [MUSIC PLAYING] We’re like T-minus 60 minutes
till departure for Dominica. I’m so excited. How you doing? Good. I’m all showered up. Brady just made her a really
good smelling lasagna. And I’m ready to grub. [INAUDIBLE] Yes. Getting everything put away. Stored, stored, safely stored. Man, the day just kind
of like flew by, huh? Yeah, it did. I can’t believe it’s
like sunset already. [MUSIC PLAYING] So we’ll talk about weather. It’s pretty good. The Caribbean doesn’t
change very much. So we have 86 miles once
we come out of Marigot Bay. We pass by Martinique, and we’ll
pull into Roseau, Dominica. The wind is going to be
just south of East, or east, at 15 to 20 knots,
which is perfect. There’s a slight chance of
rain tonight between the hours of 2:00 AM and 8:00 AM. But if we do an
average of six knots, we’ll be there by
8:00 in the morning. Oh, cool. Oh, wow. Mm-hm. According to– this
is all predicted, what I’m telling you. I didn’t make any of that up. [LAUGHTER] [MUSIC PLAYING] The conditions are
beautiful, by the way. We’ve sailed just far enough
away from the islands, we’ve got a little
bit of breeze. We found our 15 knots
right on the beam. Smooth sailing. Oh, beautiful. I think it’s about 10:00. We’re averaging about eight
knots, so it’s really good. Other than that, I’ve just
been listening to my book and not doing much. It’s been a really
good sail so far. Blue and Nate is just
about to come on. Morning. Hello. God, it’s so hot in our room. So hot? Yeah. Why? I don’t know. Usually, it’s not like
that in passage, but ooh. Steamy? Steamy hot. [INAUDIBLE] Guess how fast you’re going
right now without looking. 7.3. Shut up. What is it? I looked, and it was actually
7.3 when he said that. [LAUGHTER] Smooth sailing, huh? We’re passing
Martinique as we speak. The wind just stopped. And now we’re like
not moving at all. We’re just sitting here in
the ocean just floating along. So I think we’re going to turn
the motor on and just kind of motor sail a bit until
our wind comes back, which hopefully
shouldn’t be too long. Morning. The sun is just about to go up. [MUSIC PLAYING] We are getting real close. That is without a doubt my
favorite way to wake up. What do you think about
that sunrise, Nate? Beautiful. Look how freaking
cool the island looks. [MUSIC PLAYING] Up next, we go on some great
adventures in Dominica. Trouble on the high seas. Get outta here. Nate. Did you wash your hands, Blue? Yeah. I don’t think you did. I did. That’s a lie. Look, you can tell. I know when she’s lying. She’s got like– I never lie. Oh. How would you know when I
was lying if I never lie? Oh, that lens is real dirty. Well, you look
great in it though. Yeah? Thanks. Devilishly handsome. Oh, thanks, lady. [LAUGHTER] Little Fizz said I
look like Paul Walker. Oh, my god. Yes. [LAUGHTER] Nice hat, man. It does fit really nice. I don’t know how much
it shades you, but– It makes your head
look really big. It’s Paul Walker. Business in the front,
party in the back. Look at that. [LAUGHTER] You like it? I like it a lot. [MUSIC PLAYING]

100 thoughts on “Brian’s Favorite Way To Start The Morning! Sailing vessel Delos Ep. 220

  1. Can't wait for the new crew, feel like somethings missing look at the older videos bingeing is better ~~Carry on

  2. Been watching you's from day one and your videos are still outstanding in every aspect. Please keep on making these superb productions. I live for them. Cheers

  3. When you are getting ready to cruise, how do you decide the watch. Does the order remain the same and just who sails out of port change?

  4. Turkey on the boat! from 75% to 50% battery life in what you call "crappy" weather. So what you're saying, is I may or may not be able to cook a turkey in the PNW?

    Comments about lack of meat being cooked on the boat psh. We had vegan sloppy joes tonight 😉

    End clips: Brady!!! I tell my children that crack kills. lol

  5. It Was REALLY cool to see Brian wearing a MJ sailing shirt, I am a Patron of theirs . I have watched Delos since Cabo and would be a Patron of yours but I am trying to help the newcomers with their dreams. You Set THE BAR in cruising. Thank you for what you do!!!

  6. You should sail back to some of the same reefs you were at in the Pacific Ocean and see if some of them have bleached or died.

  7. Very Enjoyable episode, thanks for sharing. "I'm selling some salad beans to let the day flow" – Quote of the day. By the way, was that woman expecting you to go back and pick up your horse's shit. I guess she wasn't best pleased that an equine beast left his business outside her house.

  8. You guys have a real positive energy about you and I for one really appreciate it mucho, keep up the good work team delos 🙂

  9. Really guys? You hung out with "a nice family from Poland" on their trimaran? I knew as soon as I saw the boat that it was Ania and Bartek from the Sail Oceans channel. Turns out that their last episode was all about Delos and you wouldn't even give them a shout out? That was the first dick move I have seen on Delos and earned you a down vote. Is that a 'YouTube pecking order' thing?

  10. In a world that can be very harsh and cruel way too often – Delos and her crew are the exact antithesis of that! Wherever they go, things like kindness, generosity, compassion, and good times go with them! So thank you Delos for always being a beacon of goodwill & love wherever the winds take you! ⛵️

  11. It's easy to see who writes your material these days.. 25:35 versus "..and don't forget the speakers.." 👍

  12. Hey Bryan. I am so glad Kaz decided to go sailing with you way-back-when. You don't just make things work again on the boat, you catch problems before they become terminal, and improve upon them. I wish I could be your apprentice. Thank you, Kaz, for accepting that boat ride and making this video journey happen.

  13. Mr Brady, crack kills 🙂 I absolutely LOVE Delos it's better than TV. And the ladies are AWESOME. Safe sailing Salty Sailor's. Looking forward to the next episode

  14. This was a great video. Thanks. I liked the night sail from St. Lucia to Dominica. I was also impressed by Brady knowing the boat speed was 7.3 with out looking at the instruments. So what is Brian's favorite way to start the morning? I didn't catch that. OK, I just watched again, it is fixing things!!!! I should have guessed.

  15. 16:16 thank you blue for proofing that turkey meat 🦃 have the same effect of NyQuil 😴
    Thanks شكراً

  16. How about you buy me a 12 pack of beer this time I always buy the beer 🍺👋🖐👋💪👋🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🍺🤘👍💪👌

  17. Another great video. I know you guys mentioned that you will be do less videos and I understand the reasons but we will miss seeing them on a regular basis. Such great shots and editing. Can't wait for the next one. I'm just trying to figure out how to retire early so I can do what you are doing. Keep smiling and sail on.

  18. What camera and settings were you using for the night shots that got the stars showing nicely while underway?

  19. I don't have time to go to the comments, so I'm not sure what's been said, but if you guys read this I would recommend the you look into the Spatchcock bird cooking method in the future to save time and electrical energy.

  20. Thank God Brian did that explanation of Wattage and Amp usage when you all were installing the new batteries. I actually understood the whole discussion of battery usage for the turkey dinner! Nice. Hope you all had a great passage to Bermuda. Best regards from Outlaw

  21. Thanks for a great episode and the link to Poly crew channel, it looks like you had a good time together😍

  22. To the timelapse girl. You can make a perfect timelapse from the boat. You have to make it so you dont see any part of the boat. Only the land and the moving skies. You do this manually holding the camera in your hands. You hold the camera steady and takes a picture every second you have for your timelapse setting. In software Adobe Lightroom there is a feature that will put every picture in correct line and compensate for that every picture is a little out of position. This works perfect.

  23. Hi guys great stuff as always, you probably will not want to answer this. However, As you are likely to become a more family orientated channel (which we wholeheartedly enjoy) have you made any provision or plans for YouTube removing your comments section as they have with other family channels? Such as Sailing Britican, Mothership Adrift, Sailing Catalpa Sailboat Story Etc. Have you had any contact with them over this? Sail Safe. Ant & Cid SV Impavidus xxx

  24. Another great one.. I think that you guys should put out an hour long video of nothing but outtakes… Cheers Delos..

  25. I'm often surprised when you meet your fans esp other sailing vloggers like sail oceans that you seem to give them very little recognition in your videos. I understand this is your story and wouldn't expect you to promote them on your story but part of the enjoyment is the sailing community. You can generally tell these people look up to you and in their videos they are raving over the chance to meet you. I don't know just seems a little disappointing when all you say is ahh met a polish couple looked at their trimaran. Then you see their videos and they are gushing over meeting the Delos crew. It was the same with the Brazilian couple a while back Kauana Sailing. Just food for thought, most of us watch multiple channels and generally enjoy the interactions that most channels put into meeting other vloggers and this is also how we find other similar channels we might enjoy. I understand that many of these people are following in your footsteps and self promotion is key to a healthy enterprise but I think most of your viewers would enjoy this content as well.

  26. Kazza seems to be feeling much better. Glad to see her gorgeous smile again and view her wonderful editing skills. I know it must be a lot of work, but we all appreciate the finished product more than you know. Can't imagine a haircut by Blue with out getting "stirrings". A true test of self control. Good job on the turkey dinner. Looked as good as a 5 star restaurant. What a fabulous way to spend the summer.

  27. Pure Delos! Love it. Love you all. Been with you for such a long long time………..feels like a song coming on lol. This is the second time I have watched this episode and I got exactly the same buzz as Brian did from his peace pipe and I don't smoke 🙂

  28. Magic sv Delos… the idea of riding 🐎…..that I can say am excellent at…..but you guys are great sailors… Nefi has to experience more!!!!⛵😆💞😁

  29. Loved watching Brian watch sailboat fails. That's how I found Delos 5 years ago. After watching several idiot boater videos I saw a thumbnail with 3 pretty girls on the bow of a boat so I clicked on it and I was hooked from the start.

  30. My friend was donating so I added $200 to his donation. I hope this helps you guys!! Thank you for sharing your sailing videos. I feel like I am on Delos with you guys!!

  31. Wait… How is it possable to have expedtion drenched on your boat when they are on there own journey?? Hmmm

  32. I absolutely love watching your videos… Brings back the memories of when where in St. Lucia. What a beautiful island. Keep up the awesomeness🌴

  33. hey Delos, just wanted to say you're've inspired me to be more adventurous in my life, and my boyfriend and I are now saving up for a proper sail boat of our own (already being recreational sailors). Hope maybe we will see you out there sometime
    From another fucking kiwi

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