This Glacier Destroyed 9 Farms! - Sailing Uma [Step 245]

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gilbertstuff
gilbertstuff

As usual, outstanding! Thank you for the huge effort to share!

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Paul Scott
Paul Scott

I have been watching sailing channels for a few years now, and I believe that's the first time I have ever seen anyone leave a jetty purely by sail, and apologies, I just recently subbed you, mainly because I work in Norway

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usablw
usablw

Awesome birds I view & I hope you let us know when you upgrade your boat, it would be perfect for me, myself and I

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MrJhchrist
MrJhchrist

So ya'll just gonna have an opening sequence with a boiling ocean from 2 different flyover angles and not so much as an acknowledgement that maybe not everybody playing from home knows why the ocean in Norway is boiling?

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MrJhchrist
MrJhchrist

@Paul SJ neat, thanks

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Paul SJ
Paul SJ

You can find it with aunt goo: It's a submerged outlet of cold water from a hydropower plant a few miles off the fjord.

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Shane Vlaardingerbroek
Shane Vlaardingerbroek

I want some of that Kika voodoo. This girl is majic 😉

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martin swoboda
martin swoboda

i can't believe you are spending winter that far up north! so i'm really curious, were the next shows are coming from. hope you'll make it to greece some day -where i'm ejoying christmas with sun and up to 19degrees right now- so i could meet up with you! i LOVE your videos, kales giortes, happy holidays!

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V
V

Man, your Norway work has been on another level. Very artistic and narrative.

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D Bryson
D Bryson

Super impressed at how skilled you're handling was during the last two episodes.

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Living in the Pacific
Living in the Pacific

You guys are genuine explorers... while I'm resigned to walking tropical beaches the rest of my days. But who's complaining? Season's Greetings!

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David Foran
David Foran

I liked your guide on the glacier better than your Viking buddy. If she were my guide, I would follow her anywhere.

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keebearfull
keebearfull

DIngy shots of Uma sailing down a Norwegian fjord results in rare jewelicious Uma footage/photos! Thanks for sharing glacier hike. Kika, the beautiful Haitian, hikes glacier is also rare and jewelicious!

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SirCrazyIvan
SirCrazyIvan

Very nice vlog you have 😀 And welcome to Norway 🇳🇴

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Sven Papp
Sven Papp

What about Climate change? and the effects in Norway! In the world? Nothing?

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Paul SJ
Paul SJ

Certainly more than nothing... I heard enough about that glacier. Most astounding to me is it's constant(!) mass! To save the world is a different mission.

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Обитель Игрока
Обитель Игрока

👍👍 ☀☀☀ 👍👍

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glacier activity
glacier activity

As my screen-name may indicate - I approve of this video. The age of the ice is just a few hundred years, though. And the whole thing came to existence as a permanent feature again ca 6000 years ago. And the coolest thing about us glaciers is that we are moving. Unlike normal ice we behave more like very sticky toothpaste - thus flowing by the same general physics as water. Sadly we are getting terminated. But not by people under sail. Kudos.

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Wayne Bridges
Wayne Bridges

That was cool, haha great work you two my regards to you both from Australia.

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Richard Morholt
Richard Morholt

Norway, land of my ancestors “Morholt” of Norway. Check the map. Thank You, wonderful video, I can tell you worked hard.

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Sail Mermaid
Sail Mermaid

So Cool to see you on Nigardsbreen! If you had continued to the top you could have come down in the valley where I grew up, Oldedalen by the famous Briksdal Glacier which is another arm of the same Jostedalsbreen. Fun fact, last time the glaciers in the area was growing was in the early to mid 90’s. Then we had very mild winters with lots of snowfall. Later winters in the area was colder and had less snowfall and the glacier has been melting more during summer then the ammount of snow added during winter. So, for this glacier warmer winters helps grow the glacier. Last year was another mild winter and we had up to 16-17 meters of fresh snow added on the tops. Hoping for another mild winter this year :) Enjoyed these videos very much! Thank you! Roger from SailMermaid

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Matheus Manulong
Matheus Manulong

I enjoyed every view that showed in this video, specially glacier scene. Nice video

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Stuart Tamblyn
Stuart Tamblyn

Dan or Den

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Soloista Ph
Soloista Ph

since I came across to your channel I'm always watching every update you made, I love it

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Alistair McCausland
Alistair McCausland

Hi Guys, Was not kidding I know you are over in Norway for the first time. I remember some time ago you said in the future you intend sailing back to Canada. I do advise you to return either in spring or summertime or via English Chanel I have lots of experience in the North Sea sailing I will show you what I experienced myself in this link https://youtu.be/suWosaO1F6I?t=5 I do enjoy your videos which are well-edited & great music choice. Keep up the great informative filming...Norway's fjords are in winter some of the most beautiful in the world. Also, I found some of the yachts and larger boats do sail near the festive season with a Christmas tree placed at the very top of the mask with lights on...awesome I can tell you...stay safe all the best, Alistair

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Stiff Wood
Stiff Wood

@16:21 In the lower left corner you can see a farm clinging on to the mountain side. This is a typical example on a settlement that could have been in a popular TV shows in Norway called "Where no one would believe that someone could live" (Hvor ingen skulle tru at nokon kunne bu) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0488683/). A unique show I don't think could have been made anywhere else in the World.

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Sunshine Catcher
Sunshine Catcher

Bet when you were young living in a hot country you never thought you would be walking on a glacier ☺

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Scott Swineford
Scott Swineford

Some of my fondest memories are of fishing with my grandfather in the streams just below the glaciers of the eastern Sierras. Incredible beauty. I wonder if crampons were the inspiration for Steve Martin's short story "Cruel Shoes" long ago.

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Markis Couch
Markis Couch

Great video!

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Annamaria Dosseva
Annamaria Dosseva

Seeing your videos is the highlight of my week.

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John Y
John Y

Very, very nice in fjords, among the best of sailing vids. Tranquil. Thanks.

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Ms. Amy
Ms. Amy

Hey guys, wondering what the water is - fresh, salt brackish where you are?

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Cassidy Eskew
Cassidy Eskew

I'm so glad that I am still young and in high school where I can watch these videos before going places. If I didn't watch these youtube videos, I would never think to go to Norway or any of these northern places. If I ever do end up sailing my brain would automatically think about sailing in tropical places and I would have totally missed a place like this.

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OleBrumHonning
OleBrumHonning

I am wondring about 2 things. Why Norway and how do you guys solves the travel insurance part? "normal" insurance applies max 60-90 days.

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David Estrich
David Estrich

An aerial view of the glacier with you for size reference would have been nice

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David Estrich
David Estrich

@Sailing Uma Sorry, I didn't see you way down at the bottom of 10.22

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

You mean like 9:18 or 9:24 or 10:20 ?

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sailing, #after50 saltlife
sailing, #after50 saltlife

wooow

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sailing, #after50 saltlife
sailing, #after50 saltlife

very cool

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CyrilleFromParis
CyrilleFromParis

I am surprised you are not wearing helmets :) good video and nice discovery of the glacier

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Jean-Claude Le Barbier
Jean-Claude Le Barbier

Most boating comments indicate that it s not possible to be sailed in fjords and we need sailing with the engine. So you prove the contrary... Your videos are amazing and entertaining but also instructive... Like the one on Alverstraumen passage and most other... Continue to make us dream. Bon vent.

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

Ha! Yeah we're getting quite used to folks telling us we can't do something, while we're busy doing it. One of our patrons who lives and sails in this Fjord told us we're probably the first sailboat to actually SAIL all the way in since the Vikings. Not sure if it's true, but it certainly made us feel accomplished.

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Erica Joyce
Erica Joyce

Great intro for those of a certain age!!

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Garret Krampe
Garret Krampe

Nice pants Kika where did they come from ?

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Jane Wilson
Jane Wilson

I have the same question. They look like sailing pants that are also great for hiking. Would love to know where I could get a pair.

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Garret Krampe
Garret Krampe

Hell yeah .. you make David Attenborough look like amateurs

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nick viner
nick viner

The last time I went up a Norwegian fjord we were doing twenty three knots and had no trouble with fickle winds. Mind you we were in a Royal Navy frigate going to Bergen for a bit of light cross country skiing. It was just on dawn and I don't think I have ever been so cold as I was on the bow. csl

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clare dickson
clare dickson

Thank you for such a simply beautiful episode!🙏💝

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DBartWest
DBartWest

Was that really 20 minutes long? So beautiful. I was wondering why you chose to do winter in the north. Now I know.

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Stephen Duquette
Stephen Duquette

Wow ! Your video of the glacier was spectacular and somewhat a different perspective from the norm. You nailed it ! Thanks !

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Bob Gabbett
Bob Gabbett

I guess trekking that Glacier must have been a really COOL experience. Stay Safe & Fair Winds from Ireland !!

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AM70
AM70

Thanks for your videos. Nice job!

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james daley
james daley

cool

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Jerry Cooke
Jerry Cooke

Good vid...this time it was something interesting rather than bits of sailing..in other words, this one had content. Some do.

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Kim Taylor
Kim Taylor

real, yes, real life! Thank for showing the Beautiful Northern Scandivnavian World! Sail on, sail on, sail on,...Just love you, two!

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marie mosier
marie mosier

Like the footage good editing like you guys are the only ones there

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

We were.

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Dianna
Dianna

That's beautiful.

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Maxwell White
Maxwell White

Im so happy to see that you both have orange zhik jackets. Safety is always super important even when you aren't expecting troubles. Love your videos, long time viewer. Keep on having fun and go where your heart takes you!

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Mark Crim
Mark Crim

Spectacular drone work. All of it. Curious, how deep (average) are the fjord waters? Let us know if you think of it next episode. Too bad you can’t fish in slack waters.

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zooloo73
zooloo73

It is hard to calculate an average of the depths, but it is deep. The deepest part of Sognefjorden is 1308m (~4 300'). Norwegian Yellow Pages has a nautical chart in beta. This link should take you to Gaupne: https://pasjoen.gulesider.no/#map=13.17/61.3957/7.30467 You can browse from there - depths in meters.

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Sailing. Blue-Steel
Sailing. Blue-Steel

your so funny. kika.

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M S
M S

Great arbeiten Clips........ more

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M S
M S

I wish you satisfaction, happiness, health, confidence and safe waters wherever you are. of course have a nice advent season

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minermarcus
minermarcus

Your photography/videography skills have become amazing! I like how you’re not just a sailing channel but more of an adventure travel channel. I wish you would have done a more formal introduction of your patrons on the glacier. They seem like interesting people. You not only have. The best channel on YouTube but you have some of the coolest patrons. Love you guys.

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Dean S
Dean S

Wow!!!

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Cedric Parnell
Cedric Parnell

That's weird, we made eggs stuffed in croissant before sitting down to watch your Vlog. Felt like we were right there with you! Beautiful place you are sharing - perfect pick-me-up for us locked-down, socially distanced viewers - Big thank you 😊

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Mitch Stockdale
Mitch Stockdale

Kika, are you the first woman from Haiti to walk on that glacier. Pretty awesome!!!

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Bob Forshay
Bob Forshay

Sailing among high peaks in Colorado mountains is very tricky. Normally smaller boats, but I have had times when I did a comlete 360 turn without ever tacking or gybing, changing sails at all.

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Greg Chaney
Greg Chaney

I really enjoyed this video. Glaciers are so beautiful. It is wonderful that you had such knowledgeable guides to take you up. It really made it special. Cheers from Juneau Alaska, Greg Chaney

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Kevin Wells
Kevin Wells

Break out the oars! Another great video. Beautiful scenery. I'd love to be on a glacier, but not likely to happen now. I've been close, but never on one. Thanks you two! Happy Holidays!

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Norm Winkworth
Norm Winkworth

Another great episode thank you very much very entertaining.

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Michael Bacon
Michael Bacon

I love watching you two every week. I went back and watched a few old ones like the “Knockdown” one. They were good but now your commentary, filming, sound and editing are amazing.

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Bernadette Otesanya
Bernadette Otesanya

Hey guy's Norway is beautiful and the glaciers are SO AMAZING I mean wow Wow and WOW. Looking forward to catching up with you next week but till then stay safe guys 👋👌

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Claudio Machado
Claudio Machado

Nice class about glacier. But I became so afraid when Kika stopped on the edge of that deep well. It’s so dangerous for me. Better to be on the boat, even with that lack of wind. But, it was one of the best episodes you ever posted. Congratulations.

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So Cal USA
So Cal USA

Great Vid, the Glacier footage was mesmerizing. How about captioning the C or F degrees at times?

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k knig
k knig

Back in the ole days, the Glacier was a mile thick near me. 9 farms are nothing.

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simon maney
simon maney

As something of a glacier fanatic, I am quite jealous! The last 'walk on' glacier access in New Zealand was destroyed by floods in 2019. The end of an era.

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Ray Ganong
Ray Ganong

awesome shots, keep up the great work!

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Markus Vlasits
Markus Vlasits

The blue of the glacier is totally psychedelic ... awesome footage, truly enjoyed it. Great to see you guys had a blast walking on ice ... ;-) Greetings from São Paulo!

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daskrinjar
daskrinjar

Hello from Istra again! Amaizing shots by dron and walk shots. I am interesting about your hardware? I just recognize your PHOTO in Croatian media. You two are going to promote Salona 45 hidrogenerate electropropulsion sail boat from Split. It’s great news. I wish you came sail in Adriatic sea. But winter time is to much is not good sailing season. Fair winds, Dario

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Outbackaust
Outbackaust

Awesome footage, nice work guys

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Yossef Avraham
Yossef Avraham

To you both, the wizards of the wind! Sailing between mountains enjoying the smoothest breeze to move UMA, my humble admiration.

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craig scott
craig scott

Did not want this episode to end. Sailing along the fjord so peaceful.

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Barry Gerrits
Barry Gerrits

Norway is still as beautiful as when we visited it the last time 12 years ago during our holiday. Scary to see the Nigardsbreen retreaded up the mountain. 12 Years ago the glacier wall was right at the lake. I paused your youtube to compare it with my photos in my photoalbum. Enjoy your journey in one of my favorite country's Hopefully one day i can visit Norway again with my girlfriend and our 2 children. Greetings from the netherlands

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Seb Cole
Seb Cole

Man, is there anything you can throw at Kika that she is not going to catch and master instantly? She took to those crampons in a blink. Beautiful landscapes and that guide friend is adorable.

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HighMXHubby
HighMXHubby

I have never sailed but you two are the most efficient sailors I have watched on YT. I am already looking forward to the next video!

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Whoopteedoo
Whoopteedoo

The crampons are the ultimate stilettos 😏

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Peter Bosch
Peter Bosch

Most enjoyable. I see you have an A-symetric spinnaker with a Soft Furler, when did you get this?

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Killianwsh
Killianwsh

@18:00 .....Annnndd This is why Viking ships had oars & sails. :-)

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Angela Thomas
Angela Thomas

Love all your videos, living vicariously through you. Altho, hope to do this myself when we retire. Have a few odd questions. First, happy thanksgiving, hope you had a nice one. Do you by any chance, know what step you guys went over your pvc cargo net storage behind the couch? Looking for it and can't find it. What brand and type is your boom box/radio? Is that what does your disco lights in the back ground too?? What type of paddle boards do you have? Do you know where Kika got her cool hammock? Thanks so much for your time and effort in all you do for the channel and all of us future sailors.

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Jacqueline Chiasson
Jacqueline Chiasson

The quality of your videos is second to none. You open up unexplored areas of the world for most of us and show us the beauty of stepping away from everyday life. Thank you! I so appreciate your enthusiasm and senses of humour. Keep up the awesome voyages.

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freshwaterdiver1
freshwaterdiver1

Brrrrrrr - that looks cold / NO / that looks like FREEZING ! shiver shiver - i'd be doing that in a my Divers dry suit and crampons lol .

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Eric Johnson
Eric Johnson

I had it on auto play and saw the intro with the ice clamp on’s and was oh has to be Uma. 😂

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Ole Fardal
Ole Fardal

I've been enjoying your videos for a while now, you guys create such wonderful videos about all sorts of places, do it's so incredibly cool to see you guys visiting my home country and home county! If you're going just a little bit further north to the Førde-area or Sandane-area, I'll be more than willing to provide you with a few great sights, hikes and information about the local area :) whatever you do, remember to also stop by Geirangerfjorden!

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Marcelo Duncan AG
Marcelo Duncan AG

No sub-titles? Hard!

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Dave Brl
Dave Brl

Would love to see you guys fish that area. To see what you come up with

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sol star
sol star

How often do you scrape the hull of sea life , so may sail effectively with out drag ?

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

We sail enough that our hull stays pretty clean.

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EITURKEY1
EITURKEY1

fascinating

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mythokki
mythokki

Can’t believe you walked on a glacier that was obviously a shadow of its former self and literally melting under your feet without any comment on why that might be. In Bergen, a fascinating place with such a maritime history we saw you walk up a hill in the dark to view a non-event sunrise that you didn’t seem much interested in while Kika clowned around and seemed surprised to find a cable car at the summit. Maybe Covid has something to do with it, but how would we know since the videos now have zero context. They could be from 2019, who knows? All surface gloss, not much substance, lots of pretty shots of an incurious Dan and Kika mugging their way across the globe. Perhaps that is the only way to survive in the YouTube fishbowl, but it is too bad. I feel like I am watching 12-year-olds instead of a pair of thoughtful, intelligent adults. Have watched from the beginning, but giving up now. Best of luck, stay safe. UNSUBSCRIBED.

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mythokki
mythokki

@Sailing Uma I do get what you are saying and respect it, but your videos previous to this series did seem to have more context, depth and more of your own “take” on the world, which is now not there and is missed. I think it is valuable and wouldn’t turn you into the Discovery Channel! Certainly, there is enough crap in the world right now that escapism is no bad thing, but a steady diet of sugar is not so great either. I know from watching your past videos that you are both passionate, thoughtful individuals with strong opinions and amazing talents to share, but I guess you know your demographic best and what works for you. Fair winds.

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

Yes, we walked on a glacier at the end of a hot summer. Of course it was melting. It also grows again in the winter depending on how much it snows. Aside from that which we observe through our personal experience, we'll leave the rest up to the scientists and experts who dedicate their lives work to these things and trust in those smarter than us. If you need someone to tell you what to believe and how to think, go watch the "news". That's not what we're about. We're here to share our real experiences of the places we actually go and the people we meet. We don't have an agenda or follow a script. It's just the two of us. We're not a Natgeo or Discovery show, scripted and produced to focus on one single event or timeline. We're just sharing our lives and the things we do. If that isn't enough for you then feel free to watch something else.

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Peter Tew
Peter Tew

At the beginning of this video you were in the bay and some phenomenon was bubbling up in the water 💦 was it a natural spring❓❓

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

It was the fresh water run off from a hydro plant a few miles up the river.

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ALL@SEA RPW
ALL@SEA RPW

Hi , I do hope you stuck to your cold showers , of old . One giant step for HAITI and another fine video . Thanks you for the trip ,stay safe .

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Joanne Mcgriskin
Joanne Mcgriskin

Love the turquoise colour of the ice. Beautiful

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Sailing Two Get Lost
Sailing Two Get Lost

Amazing drone footage, loved it

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Scarlet Begonias
Scarlet Begonias

Great production value, you two are making high quality videos. Good Job. GOLD STAR

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Barbro EvanderLindquist
Barbro EvanderLindquist

I hope you saw some of ther most fantastic old staff churtches in the fjords, same as in the vikingtimes!Barbro Sweden

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denis bajcer
denis bajcer

Glad to see you in croatia

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Frank Stocker
Frank Stocker

Another bank of batteries for those light moments.

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Frank Stocker
Frank Stocker

@Sailing Uma Yes it's like deciding to have a big water tank or a water maker, it's all a compromise.

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

It wouldn't help us much unless we increased our charging capabilities too. Our goal has always been to not need to plug in for a charge at a dock. It's been a long process since it's never really been done before, the way we're trying to do it. But we're still heading that way.

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Lars Kronqvist
Lars Kronqvist

Look around on the other sailing boats then You see where the wind is favourable. It is a good light wind strategy. ;-)

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Sailing Uma
Sailing Uma

Sure. But around here. We are the only sailboat.

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