– So we just arrived
back to Delos yesterday. It feels so weird. We’re back home, huh? – Ah. – Wow. – We made it. Give me hugs. – We want our crew with us. That was one hell of a trip, huh? (mumbles) (chuckles) First things first, pants off. – So hot. I’m like, in my underwear. Even though it feels
amazing and so so good. Uh. It feels a little overwhelming. Me and Sierra are kind of a little bit stuck back here. Uh, in the back cabin. Uh, she’s used to sleeping in
the harness for her day naps and that was fine in Sweden. When I could go on long
walks and had all that space but here in the hot
weather and the stickiness, its just not possible. I tried and she almost got
like a little heat rash on her belly and stuff. Ehh. She’s happy and awake now,
but its been quite intense. She hasn’t really been
wanting to sleep by herself in her little tent. So, yeah. It’s been quite a
lot of new things going on, right, Nug? Yeah, I think so too. (hopeful music) – [Narrator] This is the story of Delos. A sailboat adventurizing around the world for the past 10 years. (splash) And now we embark on our
greatest adventure of all. Come join us as we take to the high seas and travel the world with the
newest member of our crew. If you enjoy Delos
videos, please subscribe. It’s a great way to support our channel. – And then on top of everything too. Alex and Brady, we have
another week with them. And then they, uh, are flying to Tahoe to stay in the snow for a little bit. So they’re packing. – [Alex] Look at this. – [Brady] Ugh, Man. – [Alex] Situation, currently. I only have this much room to stand. – Live out of bag, they say.
It would be good, they say. (both laugh) – [Alex] (sigh) Yeah, well. – Big moves, Blue, big moves. – [Alex] Let the final
packing games begin. – But this time next year, we’ll be stepping onto our own boat. (laughs) All right. – [Alex] Promise? – Yeah if it doesn’t make it, then we cut this out of the video. – [Alex] Okay, for (mumbles) – (laughs) All right. – [Alex] You gotta kiss on it. – [Karin] Have quite a lot
of bags going everywhere and we- I haven’t unpacked our bags. (laughs) I’ve just set up like a
little diaper changing station uh, out there so I can change her diapers and uh, we have also a crazy project going so the boat is like literally
thrown up on herself. But um, Brian can probably tell
you more about that project. – Well uh, something very cool actually. Oh wait, boat sounds. (laughs) Those guys are going zooming by somewhere. – [Karin] Sheesh. – So today we’re gonna start
a very cool project actually that came about because
I met a guy named Bill. – I’m Bill Sullivan. – This is Jeff. Also from Viasat. And this is Graham, he’s
actually the leader. And we had a couple of beers and he says “Hey Brian, I saw one of your livestreams you did last season, and I liked it but to be honest the quality kind of sucked.” And I was like “Oh well thanks, Bill. That’s kind of you to say.” He’s like “Well you know,
I think we can do something to make it a little bit better.” He’s like “I work for a company. The name of the company is Viasat.” And I was like “Okay. Cool. So you know, what do you guys do?” And he’s like “Well we have
a business where we put internet all over the place.” And one of the things he was
telling me about is that they put internet on airplanes. And I was like “Oh yeah,
when I was flying here on SAS flight for the boat
show, I was actually using the Viasat internet to answer some emails.” And he’s like “Well how
about we come up with a pilot project to scale
down one of our systems to something that we can fit on Delos.” – We’ll install. – What’s the dish like?
It’s like a proper… dome. – It’s like a proper dome. It’s like a proper dome that you see on the super Yachts, right? – Uh we’re gonna use
Delos as a test platform. – We’re about to enter the maritime market and it’s a great platform
to do some testing. And to do, uh, you know, see
the thing out in the real world and also- – Well we’ll be happy to
use it for you, certainly. – Yeah exactly. Exactly. And also give Delos the
opportunity to actually upload your videos and
do some livestreaming. – That’s gonna be crazy – Yeah – So literally we should
be able to livestream stuff from the middle of the ocean? – Absolutely. – That’s it. – You guys wanna get sweaty? – Let’s get sweaty and started. (all laugh) – Cause it’s hot downstairs. – Oh lets do it. – All right we’ll go run
some (stifled chuckle) wire. – [Jeff} Let’s run Some Wire. (laughter) – [Brian] Oh yeah. I think we got plenty. How do you like the boat? – Good. – [Brian] Is it pretty cool? – Yeah. – [Brian] Can you see-
Did you see some turtles? – Yeah. – [Brian] Yeah, there’s a
lot of turtles around here. Now we’re just putting the
wires through the hole. (Mutters) drill a hole in the boat. (electric drill sound) – We’ve got the duct fittings in. And I’ve used some 5200 to seal them off. And we’re gonna put the cables down, and one, important thing to remember is before you run your cables,
always put the glands and the tops on first because otherwise it sucks when you’ve
thrown the whole cable and then you’re like ah shit
I gotta do it again. Okay, oop. We’re gonna need that light. So now, next part is
we’re fishing the wires. This is always the funnest part. Through here. It goes through here and then it goes out here and we run it through here. Okay, do you see that one, Jeff? And then through there,
along through here. To our end goal. That’s it! Good job. – Good job, Brian. – High five. Yeah. All right this morning’s
mission is creating a rack for all the equipment that goes down below. So I’ve been working on this shelf, which I think will turn out pretty cool, cutting these these actual rack mounts. And this one will fit in just like this. It’s gotta go in this little
slot down here that I cut. Yeah, fits like a glove. Screw that on. (intense time lapse music) – [Brian] Kazza come take a look at this. I put a server rack in our boat. (Karin mumbles) – [Brian] Can you see
it? It’s a server rack. – [Karin] Oh cool. – [Brian] Isn’t that cool? (chuckles) So cool. (laughs) Isn’t that amazing? Hi Sierra, what do you think? She’s not impressed either. Jeff’s impressed. – I’m very impressed. (Brian laughs) – I have one at home. Now
you have one in yours. (drawn out kiss sound) – Morning kisses. (kiss)
Morning kisses. (kiss) She’s like nyeh. – [Brian] Morning Brady,
nyeh. Oh he smells like rum. – [Alex] She always laughs
when she looks at Brady’s face. (light laughter all around) – She likes to take my hand
and put it in her mouth. Yeah, taste good. – Baby’s in my office. How has it been different
having a baby on the boat? – It’s a lot chiller than
I thought it would be but I think she’s a very calm baby. – She’s a pretty good baby. – Aren’t you? Yeah. – She cries a little bit but (mumbles) – But I’d say you’re pretty good! I’d say you’re pretty good! Look at that! Grrr smile! I’d say you’re pretty good
and you’re pretty tasty. (fake munching sounds) – Oh no, gonna eat your belly! – All right so, next stage
in the project we’re gonna remove the solar panel, the center one. (lo-fi hiphop music) That’s the box (laughs) right there. So is it actually the size of the box? – Almost. (Brian laughs) – It’ll look awesome on Delos. – [Brian] Excessive but good. – Oh great. – All right now it’s
time to unpack the beast. – [Brady] Welcome back
to the boat brother. – Oh my god. It wasn’t
like this in Sweden. Fuck I feel like I’ve
been working like nonstop physical hard labor camp
the last three days. – So it’s Blue and I’s last
day pretty much on Delos and out of all the things
we’ve installed on Delos this is probably the coolest
thing we’ve ever installed. And I’m just getting
to see the install but I won’t get to play with it. And no, there’s no telescope inside. It’s the internet, inside the dome. – It’s the internet. We fit
it all inside the dome, Brady. – [Brady] The whole internet’s in there. – The whole inside- yep. – That’s amazing. Technology! – We’re almost there,
what’s the next step bro? – Uh. I think we pop the
dome up there and plug it in. – [Brady] Cool. – [Brian] Kick the tires
and light the fires. (casual music) – [Brady] Okay got that
end, you take that end. – Let’s not drop it in the ocean. Will it fit through there? – [Brady] Ooh! Okay, ready? Go down. (both laugh) – [Brady] How much does this thing weigh? – 37 kilos. – [Brady and Jeff] 37 kilos. – [Brian] It’s comically big. (laughter) – I think it looks great. It’s frikken cool looking. It’s a gigantic comically large
dome on the back of Delos. – [Brady] It looks like
we’re doing something cool. – Yeah. – [Brady] That’s all that matters. – We’re now a research vessel. – Looks like Space Canaveral. – [Brady] Yeah Cape Canaveral. – Cape. Cape. Cape. – [Brian] Hi Kazza. We’re
tracking the antenna. – I heard some excitement in here. We’ve got some things. Now
we’re gonna run a speed test. – Here we go. – [Brian] Okay. Go. Go. Go. – Go for speed test. – [Brian] So we should
have about 700 milliseconds of latency. – That’s right. – [Brian] Cause we’re beaming it how high? – Uh, geosynchronous orbit. – [Brian] 22 thousand something? – Yep. – [Brian] Kilometers or miles? – Miles. – [Brady] Miles. – Wait Kilometers. Kilometers. – [Brian] So 662- – Milliseconds. – [Brian] Milliseconds speed. And now we’re downloading at 20, 30, 40 – Beep beep boop boop boo! – [Brian] 60, 70 80, 90,
100. That’s faster than the internet we had in Sweden. 122. Whoa! – 126. – [Brian] 126, that’s crazy. – Look at Brady’s face. – [Brady] That’s insane. – [Brian] So the upload is
gonna be a fraction, right? – Yeah about five meg,
four to five megabit. – [Brian] I mean, that’s still – Great. – [Brian] That’s still great. – [Brady] Awesome bro. – This is unbelievable man. – [Brian] So we’re going
to YouTube over satellite. – There you go. – [Brian] Whoa there it is. Streaming through space. – Through space. – [Brian] That’s crazy. – It’s good quality. – [Brian] That’s awesome.
Look at this guy. That’s you. Do you feel good? – [Jeff] Do you feel good
about that internet, Brady? – Great – Awesome – [Brian] Cool. – Awesome. – [Brian] All right,
nice job dude. High five. – Woo! – [Brian] Thanks man. – Thank you, Brian. – Great to meet you. – Great to meet you – Crazy about my install. Oh oop. – My glasses. No problem. – [Brian] We’re rocking the internet now. – Thank you so much. – You’re rocking the internet. – [Brian] Good job little man. – You guys have a safe flight back. – Yeah we will. – [Brian] And we’ll let you
know how the system works out. – Excellent. Yeah we’ll- – [Brian] We’ll test the hell out of it. – For sure. Appreciate that. – [Brian] Yeah, of course. Our pleasure. – It’s gonna be great. Pretty excited. – All right the system
is cranking right along. Just wanted to give a huge
thanks to the entire team at Viasat. Especially
Bill, and Jeff, and Graham. You guys rock. And if you’re interested in
more details on the system there is a link in the
description of the video. (friendly music) – So Brady and Alex are all packed up. – [Brian] What did you say Brady? – I had to borrow some
socks from the (mumbles) since I don’t own any. (Brian chuckles) – And yeah man. Imagine
spending 10 years of your life up here, huh? – [Brian] There’s not many adult slash – Yeah not many – [Brian] Man boys that have
spent 10 years in a space like this and now look. It’s been taken over by – The only other – [Brian] Diapers. – I know already. We’re not even gone. (both laugh) – Perfect, I love it. It keeps the good energy going in here. I guess the only people that
live in a space this small are like, prisoners. (Brian laughs) – Which is like the total
opposite of what I have. (mutters) – [Brian] It’s gone from the
Man Cave to the Couples Cavern – Love Nest. Couples Cavern. – [Brian] Love Nest and the now it’s – Now the Baby Den – [Brian] Now the Baby Den. – I wouldn’t want it any other way man. It’s perfect. Right timing.
Everything is perfect. No crying, just smiling. – [Brian] I will miss you dearly brother. – I know man. – [Brian] But I will see
you in a couple months. – I’ll see you again. – [Brian] I’ll see you in
a couple months, right? – Yeah. Yeah. – After you’re done with
your winter tomfoolery. – It’s not like I’m going
off to war or anything. – No no no no no. – All right. Last 20
minutes or so. On Delos. – Yep. I’m sweaty. It’s always
up to the last minute, like cleaning and packing. And an episode just
finished uploading like five minutes ago. – Yeah it’s been a push to
get everything done but. – Yeah I just signed the
boat back over to Brian, like, officially. – [Alex] Right – Relinquished my captaincy
is what the form said. – [Alex] Yeah – It’s definitely bittersweet though. – [Alex] Mhmm – Been a really really incredible season and we’ve been pushing it really hard. So it’s gonna feel really good. I’m really excited for everything. – [Alex] Yeah? – I couldn’t be happier. Yeah. Yeah. – [Alex] Good. – Yeah, for- It’s not
really sad at all really. – [Alex] Good – Yeah I mean its a bit
emotional but it’s not like… I feel happy about it all. – [Alex] Good. I was a little
nervous that it was gonna be – Yeah – [Alex] I dunno, really hard for you. – I mean it’s probably
not gonna set in, right? – [Alex] Right – ‘Cause I’ve done this so
many times, it’s just like my brain’s on autopilot leaving
the boat and coming back. – [Alex] Yeah – But this time it’ll be
actually five or six months or something.So – [Alex] Yeah. What was the
highlight of your season? Or some highlights? – I dunno. Overall it just, just really making Delos mine, I guess. – [Alex] Yeah – [Brady] And really just being
like 110 percent responsible for what happens with everything. – [Alex] Mh-hmm. – [Brady] It feels really
good to have that challenge and to deal with to not only overcome it but I’m super proud the
way- what we did with it. Super proud of the videos we made. And I mean just makes me
so happy that when Brian and Karin come back and
they actually tell us like, you know, we really
notice that you guys did a good job with the boat. And that was my biggest
thing was returning the boat back to them in better state
than they gave it to us. – [Alex] And they gave
it to us in good state. So the high standard. – It was in really good state. Yeah everything was
perfect and working so. That’s it. Next adventure. – [Alex] That’s it. – Let’s go uh, get on a
plane and go to the snow. – [Alex] Let’s do it. – Mm-hmm. – [Alex] Can I say something? – Yeah. I know I was just doing
the whole pause thing. – Yeah. – [Brady] I mean, for you
Blue, this season was probably pretty big to take on. I been on the boat for eight years before and you only been on the
boat for two years and you have the three of us
always kind of doing stuff so – Yeah. I’m just really
grateful for the opportunity to have done what we did this season. It was so challenging
and I learned so much. Super rewarding. And
I’m really proud of us. Everything that you did, everything I did, everything the crew
did, the way Delos was, and just all coming together
the way it all worked out. We did push ourselves.
We could have just had a really chill season
and instead we decided to sail 7000 nautical miles,
cross an ocean twice, bring on like, six or seven
different crew members throughout the six months,
and film everything. That’s crazy and put a lot
of effort and time into editing and stuff. Yeah feels really good. But, I don’t know this
might be corny to say I just wanna say thank you to everyone who watched this season. I know it’s a really
big change to have Karin and Brian gone. And uh it was
an awesome adventure for us and I hope that you
guys enjoyed it as well. – [Brady] Yep. – That’s it. That’s all I got. – Yeah I don’t really
think it’s hit me yet because we’ve been so busy
and now that we’re actually talking about it on camera, I feel some emotion swelling up. – [Alex] Yeah? Yeah. – So. All right, Blue let’s go do this. Onto the next adventure, huh? You gotta get the, you gotta
get the kiss on camera. You gotta get the kiss on the camera. – I love you so much, Delos. Holy smokes. She’s a good girl. – Bye, baby girl. Take
care of the baby, huh? All right. I’m gonna
hug you now. (mumbles) – I’m gonna get another hug later. – Yeah – Whoa there! – The longest you’ve gone
without being brother sailors. – Longest in 10 years
we’ll spend apart man. – We can’t live together forever. – Nah, not forever. – [Alex] It’s been a solid run. – It’s been a solid run. – I mean. – We’ve done well. – [Alex] Yeah. – It’s been a hell of a run. – We’ve both grown up quite a bit. – [Alex] All right, let’s do it. – Let’s do this, huh? – I’m having a flashback
from when I from when I first stepped on Delos. Cape Town. – How does it feel? – Uh, pretty much just in
awe right now, actually. I don’t know how to feel but it definitely finally feels real. So, stoked. – 20 thousand miles ago or something. – [Brian] What? – Solid run. – [Brian And Alex] Solid Run. Solid Run. – Look at this. Taking a
little something with me. (all laugh) – Yep. Bye Delos. Do good. I’ll be watching you on the fast interweb. – [Brian] Yeah. – [Alex] The tube thing. – Hello – [Brian] Hello. – [Brian] Oh shit (amused chatter among the group) – See you later man. – [Brian] What was that
terrible movie with Denzel Washington, where
he was the drunk pilot? – I just watched it. Flight. Man that’s great, having
the, that’s like the best place to be right there. – [Brian] It’s like the
local character right? – Goodbye Caribbean. – Bye baby. – Have a nice trip. – Thank you. – Get settled in. – Blues, oh. I’m gonna miss you so much. – I know. It was good to see you guys. – We’ll see you in a
couple months though huh? – That’ll be it. – We’ll see you. Have fun snowboarding. Brother, I love you, brother. – I love you too man. – I’m gonna miss you so much. – Yeah, me too. – You guys take care. Stay warm And uh we’ll take good care of Delos. – Have some beautiful family times. – [Brian] Next time
you see this little one she’ll be probably walking
or doing something crazy. – Don’t get too big until we see you next. – [Brian] She’s gonna double in size. – You got a big ol’ baby. – Have fun guys. – Big ol’ baby. – [Alex] She gonna be a
sailor when we see her next – Yeah. Yep. – What are you guys
moving out or something? (the group mumbles) – Feels a bit sad. For Sure. – Feels really sad and at
the same time it feels good. I love them. They’re so cool. Like we have done a lot a things together. So feels. It feels very cool to have that relationship with them,
they’re an awesome couple. Did it go okay? – I’m sad, Kazza, I’m really sad. – It feels weird, huh? – It feels weird. Its like I dunno. I’m a little broken up. – Yeah – I’m gonna miss them a lot. – Do you think it’s because like, they like moved all their stuff out and – It’s just different now, you know? – Yeah – And it’s just everybody’s
starting to do their own things – Yeah – It’s good. I mean its the
natural progression of life. We’re going off. We have
Sierra and we’re sailing. And Brady and Alex are doing their thing. – Yeah – You know we’ll see them now and then but it won’t be like – It won’t be the same. – It won’t be the constant thing. – Yeah, it will be like, oh
you come out for a little bit but not like all the time – Yeah but not like months
and months of adventures that we’ve been sailing together
me and Brady so long – Yeah – Like 10 years, you know.
A lot of history there but it was really a blessed time. Now we’re blessed with this little one. – Yeah. – Okay should we go? – Yeah – We have a little family now. (car door slams) (outdoorsy music) – [Karin] Up next we take
Sierra on her first sail ever. – [Brian] To celebrate the
arrival of our little nugget, we’d like to offer a special deal. Just head on over to the Delos Shop, grab any gear you want,
and enter the coupon code “littlenugget” during checkout and we’ll knock 10 percent off
everything in your cart.

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100 thoughts on “How to get SUPER FAST Internet on a sailboat – Digital Nomad Edition – Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 260

  • March 3, 2020 at 9:50 am
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    Brian and crew! We had such a great time working with you folks to install our system on Delos! Thanks for the warm welcome, the great engineering work and the overall fun times hanging out (getting to meet Sierra and hanging out at the Sunset Party up at Shirley Heights were highlights for sure!). Also, thanks for all the help testing and proving out the system over the last few months; it's been invaluable! The quality of your livestreams is greatly improved as well! 🤣 For those who might be interested in the service, please note that, at the present time, we are only selling into the superyacht and larger commercial markets. That said, with the help of SV Delos, we hope to have a commercially viable service for cruising yachts in the next few years. Feel free to check out our website at maritime.viasat.com or to contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions. Fair winds! – Bill

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  • March 14, 2020 at 5:51 pm
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    Just wondering – and apologies for the people who already know the answer, but why can't you go for a flat-panel phased array antenna which sits under the solar panel and doesn't way 700kg?

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  • March 14, 2020 at 6:25 pm
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    Delos has been great over the years but not that keen in the show being focused on the baby. Bring back the parties, nudity & drinks.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 6:42 pm
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    What an amazing story and so happy to be able to watch your journey evolve. Good luck to you both. I have tears in my eyes……….RP

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  • March 14, 2020 at 6:51 pm
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    Starlink and OneWeb is likely going to be able to provide fierce competition to the V-SAT providers given their bandwith and antenna cost combined. V-SAT domes and usage is to costly for most users hence the extensive use of narrowband units outside of land based coverage like WiFi and mobile broadband. So despite the fact that ViaSat has brought Inmarsat competition for their Global Xpress and BGAN services, I still think maritime V-SAT tech we have now, will remain affordable only for a limited circle of users, unless pricing goes significantly down both for equipment and usage. Manufacturing domes with motors that follows the satellite(-s) is much more expensive to manufacture. LEO equipment is simpler thus cheaper and offers lower latency.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 7:05 pm
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    You need to get a Xbox now for passage and play live lol

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  • March 14, 2020 at 7:06 pm
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    That's right, it's the natural progression of life, well said. I am impressed with your choices to carve out this new path for yourselves. I'm pulling for you and we've never met, ain't that cool?

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  • March 14, 2020 at 7:51 pm
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    I have had kids, and when they are babies it can be quite tiring for mom and dad, especially when they do not have a good night's sleep. It always helps to have an extra hand like the "aunt" or "uncle" to help out with the cooking and cleaning while mom and dad attend to the baby, or even baby-sits at night so mom and dad can catch up on much-needed sleep. I will miss Brady and Alex and would not mind him being captain of my yacht when I can afford to buy one. Take care of the Coronavirus – I wish I was out at sea with you – any boat looks like a Noah's Ark right now.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 7:55 pm
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    I can’t! 😢

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  • March 14, 2020 at 7:57 pm
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    I swear Delos has more wires than a space shuttle!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 8:17 pm
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    Brady Looks Crestfallen and sad, what is He going to do now? did I miss that information… I would like to buy him a 120' Catamaran with all the toys a human could enjoy, I will get back to you after the Virus has GONE for good, and when My Lotto boat comes in there's a Boat for all of us, Take care Buddy at least you got a Good Pal in Blue who will "Stand By you" through thick n Thin, Maybe have a Baby like your Bro… "YOUR GONNA NEED A BIGGER BOAT" to quote "Jaws"… You brought so much wonder and Joy to us Watchers, you deserve some good luck and a happy fate M8… '~'

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  • March 14, 2020 at 8:21 pm
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    Does having that extra weight of the dome, up high, mean that Delos will be more rolly in the wrong conditions?

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  • March 14, 2020 at 8:27 pm
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    GOOD !!! THERE GONE !!!!…..The quality of the videos was suffering, finally Brian made an executive decision…//// Joking !!!! Going to miss them and I don't even know them. This is NOT change just a New Beginning…..Hope Blue and Brady take ALOT of snow footage…..

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  • March 14, 2020 at 8:34 pm
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    Pictures are all gone… Party boat to family boat ;( It was good run.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 8:56 pm
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    Will miss u 2, have a great time…. great to have u 2 back…..

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  • March 14, 2020 at 9:01 pm
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    This makes me really excited I just went to school to get ABYC certified and I have a 68 foot sailboat me and my dad are going to sail around the world and or setting it up right now I’ve always wanted good Internet on the boat and this just opens up to the realm of possibilities

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  • March 14, 2020 at 9:32 pm
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    Nice Boy !! Congratulations from Brazil ! 😊

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  • March 14, 2020 at 9:37 pm
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    Sorry Brian and Brady, I'm just not ready yet. You brought us into your lives, made us part of the crew, formed new friendships and new adventures through the lens. At times, its like we were right there sailing Delos with you. I'm just not ready for it to end as it was. Excited for the future, but, need some sailing to get into the new groove. Can't wait for the upcoming sailing video. Thank you for having us aboard!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 9:40 pm
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    Welcome back!!!!!!!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 9:43 pm
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    With good internet now, Brian can probably work remote as a freelance analyst/developer and ditch the whole video thing. Probably less stress and more $ since YouTube changed the algos 🙂

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:03 pm
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    30 seconds and Yep, its a child rearing channel.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:04 pm
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    Glad to see this up and coming tech becoming available to more average folks soon. I currently use "terrestrial microwaved net" and this tech will be coming down soon. Wow, that is a beast 8:59 wonder if the new tech coming will be that large ? Hope you can put that panel back somewhere else , you'll need it. Not to mention, isn't your system balanced to need that panel ? 11:05 speed tests, I get about 4 to 8 mps avarage here, from the mountain, so thats incredible, seems faster than fiber I've seen ? Awesome. Still using my Chuwi ! Works well. I use for JS8CALL (JS8) HF Digi, works when everything else is down or too weak. 40m usually, talking with Capetown from California ! Great for positions and status info, and some weather. I'm working on getting more Marine participation because it should work as its perfect for lower power and lightyears beyond SSB, and its so amazingly simple and cheap (soundcard only plus Chuwi). For quite a while I used a 10w radio and no soundcard, just speaker/mic on Chuwi and RAdio. Then, the only thing I needed was a really cheap way to key the radio from Chuwi USB. Now I use an Icom with internal Sound Card and USB to Chuwi. It does "mesh like" relays, each Chuwi/laptop/or pi has a mail box also. So you can be out reefing /swimming/fishing and its working for you.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:35 pm
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    See you Brady and Blue! Your tour of duty was flawless. Onward and upward!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:37 pm
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    pretty cool but will be stone age in a year or 2 when starlink is operational. 20 millisecond latency, 1 gigabyte download. the next 60 low orbit satellites going up tomorrow. and scheduled for 2 launches (120 satellites) a month for rest of year

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:51 pm
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    Do you have to worry about radiation emissions from the dome? I know some of our antennas in the coast guard had higher radiation levels and weren’t supposed to be close for long.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:51 pm
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    Thanks, Brady and Blue…for many great season episodes and we will miss you but hope top keep up with your travels. Be well and best of luck!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 10:53 pm
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    very sweet!!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:01 pm
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    Hello Delos crew ! Next step… Optical fiber ! 😉 Fair winds ! Phil

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:15 pm
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    "I just signed the boat back over to Brian" Ok, so is that how Brady sailed into other ports in Brian's boat? I have asked this question a few times and received silence. A friend and I were trying to work out the same problem any tricks would be nice.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:48 pm
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    Hit me right in the feels.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:53 pm
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    Bless you guys!!! Every little thing is gonna be alright (Marley)!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:59 pm
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    Has any research been done on how this system affects brain wave frequencies and health to the body? I am concerned on how it will affect the babies health.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 12:28 am
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    you guys ought to consider upgrading your audio capturing devices. audio is 50% of any video watching experience.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 12:34 am
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    God I love this channel! This crew was so uplifting in this crazy world of ours. Question are Brady and Alex going to be showing us their journey as well? No matter what I’ll be supporting this channel.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:17 am
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    Now you can run a full Bitcoin and Lightning Network Node !!!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:35 am
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    Viasat!! Good stuff. We use their services in U.S. Navy. Great service and systems.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:48 am
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    Brian, gonna miss Brady and Blue, but glad to see you guys back on Delos!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:48 am
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    Brady. There is an Amel 52 on ebay for 57K. check it out.. You need to get into your own Sailboat bro..

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:10 am
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    Will you miss the solar power you removed?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:47 am
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    Did Blue get the baby bug? Great season Brady and Blue. Can’t wait to see you guys in Tahoe and seeing your boat.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:56 am
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    Brady & Blu i am gonna miss you on Delos , your energy and soul has been a big part of all this. I hope and wish you and Blue every success and look forward to you get your own ship see you in your next moves! What a great couple. All the Best and i mean it Mart .

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:08 am
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    A very powerful episode. We have always had two constants watching delos, Brian and Brady. The two brothers are now separating and going their own way, the emotion of the moment was palpable.. For Brian "the party life" is over and raising a family begins and for Brady he now has to forge his own path. It's the end of an era and both Brian and Brady realize the ride is over…Brian, enjoy fatherhood, there is nothing more important than being a good father. Brady, now is your opportunity to chase after what it is you want out of life. As a viewer I'm hoping for two delos channels and maybe some buddy boating in your future.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:31 am
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    Welcome home

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:33 am
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    We have had Viasat here on the ranch for two years and it's awesome! I hope the test is successful!!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:52 am
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    Love you All! Thanks for all the videos and inspiration! Great family!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:58 am
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    Brian, I am going to tell you
    Something for your consideration, there are no satellites orbiting in space so your internet signal must be coming to you somehow
    But in a different manner.
    Should you care to give this a second thought in your spare time on those long sailing nights then you just have to ponder the possibility that we have been hoaxed by the space agencies into believing a farce, then if you can, you may try to find out about
    What are all the other possibilities this scam is being perpetuated.
    Once you go in the rabbit hole careful because you may be shocked by the
    Surprises hidden out there.
    Safe and happy travels

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:58 am
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    🌞

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:59 am
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    ❤️

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  • March 15, 2020 at 4:14 am
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    I might start watching regularly again. I was getting bored with the countless adventures that became the same old no matter where you were. The other sailing channels seem to keep it fresher somehow. Constant new crew just made me lose any attachment to the boat. A new baby that will be around forever is entertaining. I wish my six year old could grow up in an environment of constant enrichment.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 4:46 am
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    Once an IT guy always an IT guy….the itch for technology is real. Brian,are you worried abt the radiation of that dome for a boat of Delos size?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 4:49 am
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    Wait he will be back

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:16 am
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    I understand the circumstances of everyone doing their own thing…. but Delos will never be the same again. Good luck to all of you and thanks for amazing 10 years of sharing your story and life.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:44 am
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    Kind of a waste of time as next year starlink will make them all obsolete 20ms latency not 700ms and no doubt will be a lot cheaper plus not a power hog

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:49 am
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    making land fall has a new added risk…Quarantine!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:08 am
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    what are the chances of Delos Fleet with Commodore Brian and Captain Brady?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:09 am
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    Brady and blue! Are you going to start your own vlog channel? We will watch and subscribe

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:14 am
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    It is said that "the only thing that does not change is change itself." – However, love IS eternal – and the mark you all have made on that ethereal post here will deepen through the generations and ages by all who visit your voyage. It is a legacy of love. Bon voyage Brady & Blue. Bon voyage Brian, Kazza & Sierra. Thank you all for the magnificent ride. With love, everyone who watches your vids.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:37 am
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    A lot of thought and beautiful memories went into this event which was probably in the making for a couple of years. You guys are so thoughtful of each other and knew this would be painful but it had to happen. I've been watching this since the beginning . This will continue to be a great adventure, I can't wait to see what the future holds on this wonderful adventure.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:45 am
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    Is Delos down a solar panel now? How is that going to work out for you folks?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:02 am
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    Brain, you were shocked, when Brady and Alex took all there stuff. I think, no one should go to the US with the Corona virus spreading. The virus may slow down in the summer months, and they should stayed to help in the beginning. I wish all with a safe passage.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:31 am
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    I wonder if this would work in Australia back bush?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:34 am
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    Nice again.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:41 am
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    you guys certainly know how to cuddle, great to see

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:42 am
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    Thank you so much for sharing your lives and adventure with us. Thank you also for having the courage to do these amazing journey and inspire others. I am hopeful that one day My wife and I might be able to enjoy a similar life style. Thank you for the dreams you have inspired.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:48 am
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    Great now that
    You have a sensitive baby onboard, it can be blasted with WiFi 5G radiation all day long!
    Welcome back to Delos!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 8:33 am
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    This had got to be the most emotional ive gotten watching all of you on Delos. Ive been there since ep one and its been such an amazing venture watching you. This made me really cry, of sadness and joy. Just an abundance of emotions. I wish you all the best of your new endeavors. Im really gonna miss Brady the most due to how ive felt this connection on his brotherly love with you Brian. It was a blast and special to me watching your vids as if i was truly there. But, new chapters of life are now opened and have begun. I wish you all of my best! Love you guys! 💙🌊⛵💙

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  • March 15, 2020 at 9:17 am
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    I missed y’all. Welcome back. And I can’t believe you are losing your first mate best relief captain ever.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 10:07 am
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    My heart breaks for Brian and Brady! You can live together forever! I hope you 2 are doing well.. Sending some brotherly love!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 10:48 am
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    Been watching you guys since day one, love every video, your lifestyle, i watch every video as it was my dream to do what your doing,i just never got the chance , but i do now watching you, keep up the great work, a loyal fan from Nova Scotia Canada.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 11:08 am
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    Lady, your face and eyes are just alight with a new and wonderful glow since the babba arived. How grand is that like. All the best, Mick

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  • March 15, 2020 at 11:28 am
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    Thanks Delos Crew for this lovely video. Your honesty and generosity is much appreciated. Thanks for the Inspiration over all the years…….you are all a phenomenon of sailing and film making……..and geez you're all good at it!….can't wait to see the new uploads…..cheers

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  • March 15, 2020 at 12:37 pm
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    music sucks bro.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:06 pm
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    Welcome back baby. I love you people so much.
    Sierra.
    Welcome

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:18 pm
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    Viasat.com

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:42 pm
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    who gives a ratsass about all the anchillery information: get to the point

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  • March 15, 2020 at 1:47 pm
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    Pretty happy here as an only child but your brotherhood makes me think I might have missed out on something very special.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:03 pm
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    Will we be able to see you AIS position in real time?
    https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/shipid:444179/zoom:10

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:05 pm
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    I love the "fix it/ install it" videos.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 2:37 pm
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    Someday that contraption will fit in a milk jug.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 3:10 pm
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    Love to see the space x starlink used on a boat

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:12 pm
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    Brady and Blue are probably well aware of this, but MJ Sailing is going to have Elements of Life up for sale soon… 37' aluminum hull with lifting keel and pilothouse, cutter rigged, recently refit and set up for high latitude sailing. A slightly smaller version of what you guys talked about for "Delos II" in a previous video.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:20 pm
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    😞😞😞😥😥😥

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  • March 15, 2020 at 5:32 pm
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    Is this using Starlink?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:13 pm
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    Poor Delos! dee and deb

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:15 pm
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    The Chapters of Life. Sad and sweet…

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  • March 15, 2020 at 6:21 pm
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    Bitter sweet.. I have been watching Brain and Broody man maybe 2yrs in and been watching since.. Yall are the best Im sad to..

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:08 pm
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    lol this hecking internet systems costs olike 50 000 bucks

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:20 pm
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    Feeling very warm and fuzzy and melancholy….life is wonderful and you guys had a good run…

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:30 pm
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    how much does this connection costs you?

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:32 pm
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    thank God I will now watch again

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  • March 15, 2020 at 7:54 pm
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    Brady: If your reading the comments, you and Blue absolutely have to get your own boat and channel. I would definitely become a Patreon. The Amel might be a bit out of the price range. Plenty cheaper older boats out there. Anybody got good reasonably priced. recommendations.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 8:07 pm
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    Nice speed is not the problem, the provider pakket is, if you prepared to pay for it. And that is not exactly cheap.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 9:17 pm
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    Like you said, " the natural progression of life",  The tree keeps growing and branching out.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 9:27 pm
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    I want to see more about the internet stuff, we need something in the trucking industry beside the MIFI stuff that is very limited. The dish equipment can be resized by 75% smaller.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 9:29 pm
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    What a super emotional episode! Found myself wiping tears from my eyes now and then but life is about transitions and changes and how well we handle them. It's been really awesome to watch the interactions between Brian and Brady over the years and feel the bond between brothers (I have a younger brother). And Alex, you've been such and able bodied addition to the crew and seem like such a level headed person and so fun-loving as well. Brady's such a lucky guy! And welcome to baby Sierra. I know and have sailed with families who raised their kids onboard and they grow up to be such competent young people and I hope the same for Sierra. It'll be fun for Brady and Blue to come back and find Sierra grinding winches, hoisting sails and driving the boat! And Brian, love seeing your softer side. It's tough being the skipper and almost always having to fix things or figure stuff out (I've been sailing for 45 years) so to see your softer side is awesome! And DAMN! 126 Mbps download is twice as fast as my home internet, even if your PING (Packet Internet Grouper) was slow (which you wouldn't notice unless you're gaming). That's one cool setup and will be very welcomed as baby Sierra grows up onboard. I'm hoping Brady and Blue either start their own channel or perhaps give you guys video content that you can incorporate into Delos videos as an 'update' to their new adventures. For everyone, I wish nothing but successful transitions into their new pathways in life!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 9:31 pm
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    Sorry to bug you guys again but I was wondering if you've done a video where viewers send you pics or short videos showcasing their Delos swag? I have a couple t-shirts, a Delos sticker inside my Catalina, and a Delos burgee flying from my flag halyards! Just some show ideas.

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  • March 15, 2020 at 10:25 pm
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    Awesome

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  • March 15, 2020 at 11:47 pm
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    Just started watching this episode, but…. whaaaatttt we’re gonna have a Delos #2 next year !?! That’s great !!

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  • March 15, 2020 at 11:50 pm
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    Ohh wow what an emotional roller coaster ride that was. We wish all of you the very best in all of your future ventures.👍 😀

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