"Philosophy of Sailing": Solo to Hawaii and Return, 2017



2021 voyage is here: https://youtu.be/Oz8wpl9YG1o
Christian Williams retraces an old route in a new boat. Closed Captions (CC) available.
Music: “Dance of the Kordies,” Les Paul Trio; “Like Someone in Love,”* Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax; “The Boy in the Bubble,” Paul Simon, Live Africa Concert, 1987; “Thelonious,” Thelonious Monk Underground. Under “Dracula 1931” sleep sequence is an excerpt from Jerry Goldsmith’s score for “The Omen” of 1976. *The Duke Ellington card in the end credits is wrong–thanks to Steve Smith for catching that: Coleman Hawkins Quintet : Coleman Hawkins (ts) Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Alvin Stoller (d)
Los Angeles, CA., October 16, 1957)

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22 comments

  1. Unique Sir , i admire your lasting need for a challenge and adventure, finding oneself constantly is important , i ride Motorbikes and find it helps my Zen , thankyou for your videos there GREAT, cheers Dave. AUS…

  2. Regarding Independence day. It came out in 1996 for those who still wonder. It was one of the best movies I can recall. Probably because it was my first visit in cinema as a kid.

  3. Thanks for this inspirational video, Christian, I really enjoyed it. We are the same age but I don’t think I would have carriage to do what you have done. I sail in Croatia on Adriatic sea, sailing from island to island (over 1000 island in Adriatic) few hours here & there but nothing what you have done. Again thank you very much

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