Naked in Nature! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 118

Naked in Nature! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 118

Good morning! I think I was a little
drunk last night. Oh, really? You think you were? Well, it’s morning. And we’re going for a little
exploration in the dingy. Do you want to come out and
check the Google Earth file? And I’ll show you what
I think might be cool. Yeah, sure. So we’re here, just off the
west coast of Cocos Island. And the weather is a
little bit better today. So we’re going to take
the dingy and just head up north, along this coast
and around the side here. See this pass right here? See if we could just go through
there and then back here. Yeah, that would be cool, huh? If we planed, to
here, it’s 1.5 miles. And then we could
explore back here. So we’re going to make some
sandwiches for breakfast. And then we’re going
to go and explore. Very exciting. [MUSIC – ONETOX, “RAMUKANJI”] [SINGING IN TOKPLES BO] [SINGING] Onetox represents
Solomon Island, people see. We people style original–
they from my homeland. Like my old man said,
there’s nothing impossible. So we have to bring this
message to me, brother, lyrical. Straight from the crew– Previously on Delos– so we
have a rough 250 nautical mile sail to St. Brandon, but make
it just in time for America Day. Happy 4th of July? Happy 4th of July. Happy 4th of July. Let it be a– Cheers! –day to remember. [WICKED LAUGH] ‘Merica. Everyone’s like,
mm, that’s great. [MUSIC PLAYING] This is exactly
what the moon would look like if there was water. It’s so crazy. [MUSIC PLAYING] [SINGING] I’m moving up. I’m stepping out
of my comfort zone. I’m moving onward
and upward, yeah. Stepping out of
the world I know. ‘Cause I’m weary. I take that back. I really don’t know
much about the moon or what it would look like. But I know it’s a lot more gray. So it probably wouldn’t
look anything like this. [SINGING] Whoa, but
I feel I’m healing. [GULLS SCREECHING] We’ve got some new friends. Cool, man. They’re not scared
of people at all. They just, like, fly right
up to you, this far away. And they just chill there. So I don’t think they’ve
really seen people, so they’re not scared. They just hang out. This place felt unreal, just
a vast landscape of sand and crystal-clear water. This is one of the reasons
why I love sailing so much. You get to explore a new
unknown island like this. And you know you’re
the only person around. I don’t think there’s
many tropical islands left in the world where you can
find this kind of solitude. It always gives me a huge
feeling of freedom and wonder, not knowing what treasures
you might find around the next corner. So what better to do than
to take off your clothes and go exploring? How’s the weather today, Brady? It feels nice. Does it now? So freeing to be
naked in nature, although it’s quite
windy and a bit chilly. Ahh! Where we off to now? I don’t know, off to
find some more treasure on this deserted little island. See what else the day
will bring us, I suppose. Let’s go find some treasure. Hopefully, some
treasure, some beers. I like beers. We don’t have any– we
didn’t bring any beers. No, but we might find some. There’s a lot of
treasure on this island. Ugh. Here you go. Take your stick. I’ll follow you. OK. Here. It turns out we kind of
lost Karin and Brian. And we’ve got all
the food and water. So– The classic Delos call– [CAWING] [WIND] –and I think it’s a life raft. Creepy. 15 people– that’s a lot. Yeah, it’s really creepy. You wonder if people
had to abandon ship or, maybe, this thing is off
that wrecked fishing boat that we saw when
we first came in. You never know. It’s been here a while though. The material’s really degraded. It just rips whenever
you touch it. It’s not recent. It’s a crazy place, man. It’s always a little bit creepy
exploring abandoned places. Like, people used to live here. And there’s mattresses
around and books. There’s empty packets
of cigarettes. But nobody’s been
here for a long time. It just has this sort
of desolate feel to it. But this building is still
in pretty good shape. It’s got nice walls and
a nice roof and stuff. But I don’t know what people
do here, just hang out or something. Look at this. Robert Ludlum,
The Road to Omaha. This is some sort of
mysterious white powder. It’s either cocaine or salt. But we have no food. We have no water, because
we lost the Braidester and Camilla. So we should probably
head back, huh? Mm-hm. [CAWING NOISE] Do you hear something? I hear them. We got them. They’re not lost. There they are. It’s so easy to lose
somebody on this island. I guess they can’t
go far though. The dingy’s still right there. More importantly, what do
you think of this spot? “Pshh,” awesome spot. It’s kind of unreal. It’s like BBC, Welcome
to Behind the Scenes. (BRITISH ACCENT)
How we got the shot! (WHISPERING) He’s a little one. (WHISPERING) It’s so cute. (WHISPERING) How old
do you think he is? (SPEAKING) Maybe, two weeks. God, you’d be a good bird-lady. Yeah. I think you have a lot of
birdwatching in your future. Yep. I can feel it. I can feel it too. Maybe me too. I want to get one of those
overly-sized zoom lenses. So it’s all these birds on
this island, which is so cool. Like, all of them
are nesting too. Most of them are having chicks. But some of them
are having eggs too. And it’s just–
it’s really special to be able to walk around and
just having all this wildlife around, right next to you. And there’s literally thousands
of them, like, thousands. And this whole island,
everywhere, on the ground, in the trees– like, they have small nests. And they’re just all
kind of laying around. And they’re really beautiful. But yeah, it’s a very
special place this, a very special place. [MUSIC PLAYING] So we just woke up. Camilla made us a really
delicious sandwich. And– It’s rolling! [LAUGHTER] It’s been getting worse. And last night, the swells
were getting really big. And right now, they’re actually
breaking just a little bit off of our port side,
which is not ideal. Nope. And we kind of had plans
to leave today anyway to go diving. So we’re going to
pick up the anchor and get away from this break and
this rolliness and go that way. And hopefully, it
will be better. I don’t see how it
could be any worse. This is pretty intense. It is pretty intense. Like, these things are
just coming in, “krrrgh.” And you can see them breaking
all along the beach over here. Got to [INAUDIBLE], like,
hold on to everything. Because everything
keeps falling over. And nothing’s in its
space, because we were supposed to be at anchorage. So– Yeah. –it’s time to switch. So we were on our way to this
island, a 10 nautical miles sail, where we hoped to find
some good diving and a more protected spot. [MUSIC PLAYING] What do you see? You see? Or do you see it? Do you see the islands? I see it. 40 to starboard. 0.43 miles. [? Jarbo! ?] Jabbing. I think it’ll be surprisingly
good on the other side. [INAUDIBLE] Where are we? I don’t know. You have the chart. Yeah, we’re right on the corner. It’s just there’s a lot of
breaking winds over there. So Brady and Camilla has gone in
the dingy to kind of scope-out, maybe, a better spot for us. But I don’t know. There’s a lot of big
waves crashing over there. So it’s a little bit scary. The swell really wraps around
this side of the island. So you’re out of the wind more. But the swell is just coming
around, like it was before. So I think, back over
here, on this side, we’ll be more in the wind. But we’ll be out of the swell. This island ended up being
pretty shit, to be honest. We had a huge swell,
no protection, and zero visibility for diving. We weighed our options and
came to the conclusion. Let’s check the weather. We’re the red dot. Saturday morning, it
lightens up to 10 to 15. And that lasts
until Sunday night. And then it fills back in. And then– and
then the red comes. Jesus, guys. This is the red. It’s like 25 to 30 then. How’s the dive, Bri? Well, we’ve decided
to bail on everything. Because the viz– even though
there’s a lot of turtles around, the viz is terrible. And there’s no way
we can land on the– Forward. And there’s no way we
can land on the island, because there’s massive
waves everywhere. And there’s, like, this rocky
shelf that we can’t even swim to the beach. So we decided just to try
and go and find another spot and just cut our losses. You win some, you
lose some, I guess. But it’s all right. We went for a little
sail this morning. There we go. Get it! Look at that. Fish on! Whoa, big wave. I think that it’s stuck on
the back end of the dingy. [LAUGHTER] Into the dingy. Whee! [INAUDIBLE] Have to pick it up
by the [INAUDIBLE]. Yeah. Nice words for a [INAUDIBLE]– St. Brandon– it
takes and it gives. There’s no perfect place. Like, if you want a
decent anchorage that isn’t going to
kill you, then you might not be able
to land your dingy, and there definitely
will not be any firewood. But if there’s
firewood, then there’s no way you can even stay there. Because there’s big waves and– I don’t know. It’s– It’s also the exact wrong
time of the year to do this. She’s a cruel, cruel bitch. [LAUGHTER] You St. Brandon– A very negative
outlet on [INAUDIBLE]. –You son-of-a-Brandon. It took us five hours
of beating into 35 knots to sail back our 10 nautical
miles to the same island we came from this morning. But we scored big time and
found this beautiful anchorage that was way more protected. Brady was getting down with some
kind of sickness this morning. So he dropped us off at the
beach and headed back home. [MUSIC PLAYING] [SINGING] We drew the
early maps of the sky. How it all started is
the question, not why. Welcome to the world. Here is what we know. Hope you find a place
to grow, to grow. Oh. Quite a walk. How cool was that? Yeah, it was really cool. Man, sometimes, the water got,
like, up to here on the bag. It’s just beautiful. And now you’ve got a– It’s really beautiful. –massive nudibranch. Huge snail. [LAUGHTER] He looks exactly
like a nudibranch. Holy– I didn’t know
they could get that big. I didn’t know that either. That’s crazy! He’s massive! I’ve taken about
5,000 shots of it. But I was thinking
we could maybe put him out in a little
bit of deeper water and get a GoPro shot of it. Look at her face. OK? So every day, it’s all cool. Like, we’ve seen these
turtle tracks coming up from the beach and then a nest. So they come up at night. And it’s so many nests here. So this is just one of them. But it’s amazing to see. We’ve walked along this stretch. And I’ve counted,
maybe, 200 turtle holes. So it’s a lot of
turtles coming here, which is really exciting
and really cool. Like, imagine being
here when they hatch. Ah! That would be amazing. So yeah, it’s really cool. Is that OK? Yeah. It’s perfect. [MUSIC PLAYING] [SINGING] Welcome to the world. Here is what we know. Hope you find a place to grow– to grow. [LAUGHTER] Pretty good beach day. Very good beach day. Very good beach day. The sun is coming down. We’re having some wine. Life is good. So while we were relaxing
under the palm tree, we totally forgot
about the tide. And it was coming in fast. Remember that small
stretch of water that we walked across earlier? This was now more
like a small ocean. Ready, ready. So we have a beautiful sunset. But I think we’re going to
have a hell of a hike back. It’s like– it looks
like an ocean almost. Big. But– What has happened? Why is there an ocean
in between our islands? See, the tide’s
come in, you see. The tide, you see. The tide. OK, so we’re actually
trying to take a shortcut. Instead of walking
the way we came in, we’re trying to
go along the reef, so that we can walk more on
sand instead of the water. But I think we’ve
run out of beach. Pretty soon. But we have the drone photo. So if things don’t work out, we
can always refer to that too. This is where we are. We’re on the tip of
this one right here. Are you sure? Yeah? Yeah. OK. So we just walked here. We walked across this. So the quickest way home is
just to walk, like, pretty much straight towards Delos. How’s it going, Karin? It’s going to become
dark soon as well. You come prepared. I like it. Yeah. Always nice for the cool little
afternoon walk in the water. Luckily, we were prepared
enough to bring a VHF and call for help. Calling the calvary. The sun’s kind of
set a while ago. So it’s getting
darker by the minute. Fuck. Help is on the way. We’re just standing here in the
water, the middle of the ocean. Hey, Brady! We’re over here! Whoo! What a day. Was it good? [LAUGHTER] So now, Camilla is
cooking me [SWEDISH]. You gotta have [SWEDISH]
after a long day ashore, being wind-blown. Yeah. What is [SWEDISH]? It’s just normal pancakes. But you just add
the verb “coziness.” So these are cozy
Swedish pancakes. Yep. So you have tea with it. Mm-hm. And you make yourself very cozy. You wrap yourself in a blanket. Yes. And Karin’s doing really
well doing coziness. Yep, mm-hm. I’m working on it. She’s on top of it. Are you guys as tired
as I am or what? Yep. How is this? Hm. I’ve got some kind of
weird body sickness. So that’s about that. I feel like shit. Fever last night. Stomach is messed up. No energies. I don’t know where it came from. I think Camilla brought it. Didn’t you, Camilla? Special for you, Brady. Special for me. So I’ve just been
chilling out all day, while you guys are doing
your titty photo shoot. But tomorrow’s a new day. I’m going to rest good tonight. And I’m going to be
up [POPPING LIPS], fresh as a daisy. Ooh. You’ll say that tomorrow. Thanks for the rescue
today, brother. Hey, you’re welcome. I’m glad I found you guys. Me too. I’m really very glad. Dang. We’d still be walking out there. Yeah, most probably. Yep. Pancake time! Pancake time. Perfect ending to good day. A very good day. Awesome. Ah! I’m, like, getting sick. Want some tea, Brian? Are you getting sick? I’m feeling weird. Really? Yeah, like, weak and shaky. It’ll be me and you on
the beach tomorrow, Karin. [LAUGHTER] So it’s, like, 6 o’clock in the
morning or 6:30, probably now. The sun is just coming up. But I don’t know. Brian has been puking all night. [VOMITING] Oh, that’s– I haven’t
thrown up in a long time. No. I don’t know if I’ve ever
seen you throw up like that. Ugh. Yeah, it’s definitely a
stomach flu or something. It’s just really bad. We’re in this weird place. And it’s like, where did
this thing even come from? It just feels real weird. I just hope it gets better soon. But the sunrise this
morning is very good. I can’t really sleep anymore. So I’m just going to do some
work and look at the sunset– sunrise. Why do I always say that wrong? Look at the sunrise. [DEEP SIGH] I’m feeling it, bro. I feel like ugh. You got the man sickness. I just need to lay down, man. Puking, dizzy. Puking, dizziness, weakness,
diarrhea, and a general– what’s the word? A feeling of– hm. A feeling of shit. Shit. I have the shit feeling. Ugh. It sucks, man. It’s so weird. And it’s the best– it’s the day we’ve
been waiting for for, like, a week, the day
with the best weather. Yeah, it’s blowing less than 15. And here we are all sick. So while the boys
were recovering, me and Camilla went for a swim. There’s a lot of
remoras down there. Finally, the boys
had stopped puking. And it was time for
one last explore before setting sail
for Madagascar. This school of fish–
massive school of fish here! It’s really cool. I spot some sharks hunting
for a small school of fish. But it’s very hard to film
them, because the water is moving a lot. They’re fun. What are you doing? Flying my kite. So we had a pretty
sweet day at the beach. And now the boys are
building a little fire. So hopefully, we’ll
scramble some firewood and hopefully get
something together. Up next– There’s some nasty
wind coming, I think, in the next four to six days. And there’s no
point in being here when it’s blowing 30 or 40. So– We are heading to Madagascar. We are picking up
anchor and should have a fast and pretty intense
sail to Madagascar, I think. It’s going to be a lot of
wind and a lot of waves. We got some dolphins. [CAN POPPING] Ah! Oh. OK, sweet. First thing in the morning. That’s a wrap. [MUSIC – CHIBA, “MAPS OF THE
SKY”] [SINGING] We drew the
early maps of the sky. How it all started is
the question, not why. Welcome to the world. Here is what we know. Hope you find a place to grow– Mm, like it? [SINGING] –to grow. What have we got, Camilla? What have we got? We’ve got some
turtle-sex going on here. Turtle sex! I think so. There’s two turtles over there. Oh, there they are. Huge ones. Where they at? Get it! Leatherbacks or something. Where they at? There they are. There’s another one right here. There’s one right there. [INAUDIBLE] Oh, they’re so hard
to see in the camera. Yeah, get it! Whoo-hoo-hoo. There. I almost did fall into a pit.

100 thoughts on “Naked in Nature! Sailing Vessel Delos Ep. 118

  1. Sweetly edited views. check. Deep blue seascape. check. Island shenanigans. check. Navigational strategies shared. check. Raw nature to behold. check. Batteries recharged. check.

  2. sounds like they got norovirus. common on cruise ships. I have had it two time before and its the worst sickness I have ever had.

  3. The sickness could be due to magnetic changes in the earth. If everyone felt the same exact way about the place, then that would make sense. I keep hearing the word "weird" – That would definitely be magnetic. Magnetic energy can also affect men and women differently.

  4. at 17:05, I was half expecting the gals to come upon Andy Dufresne and Red as they worked on their boat.

  5. wow, You are exploring some awesome spots. My wife Cookie and I are truck drivers. We are from Florida but our journey has taken us to the North West (not too far from Seattle) while passing through Wyoming on I-80 five days ago we found the roads had just been opened to travel. A snow storm had blown in so much snow the plows left drifts three and four feet high along side I-80. Great place for a snow ball fight in the summer.
    Last night we came back to find snow is still on the ground…in May???
    The sand you are walking on reminded me of this snow. You should see the new born calves looking at the snow like, "What the… is this?

  6. n January 2016 a French single-hander took shelter in a small bay on the SW of St Croix. The following day, 1.5 miles offshore he was approached by a large fishing boat and 3 men boarded his boat, attacked and shot him and stole his electronics. See report here.

    Based on reports to Noonsite from cruisers, petty theft from yachts is on the rise in the Caribbean in general. Cruisers should take basic safety precautions and use common sense when leaving the boat or going ashore at night. Dinghy thieves operate throughout the Caribbean and best advice is to place your dinghy on deck and chain it overnight.

    The Caribbean Safety and Security Net ([email protected]) provides information by anchorage or by island, so sailors can plan their cruising in the Caribbean with an eye to appropriate behaviour and precautions wherever they decide to go. Should you have suffered a boarding, robbery or attack on your yacht or have information about a yachting-related security incident, go to the CSSN homepage and click on the "Report an Incident" icon. The associated form is quick and simple to complete and ensures that all the necessary details are reported. The CSSN is the most comprehensive source of Caribbean security incidents against sailors. Remember, it is every cruiser's responsibility to ensure that incidents are reported. Also cruisers can subscribe to e-mail alerts, follow on facebook and twitter and listen to the SSB Voice Service.

    The Caribbean Security Index (CSI) is a a tool to assist cruisers in assessing the probability of crime at ports and anchorages throughout the Caribbean. The CSI provides a means of assessing risk in a given area.

    Also be sure to check the Noonsite Piracy & Safety Pages

    Last updated February 2016.

  7. Why do people not mind seeing a woman naked, but seem to stay away from showing a male in the nude. I guess he would be embarrassed if someone saw his needle dick.

  8. How are you accessing WindyTY and Google – are you using your SAT phone for connectivity?

  9. @17 minute mark… oh man what an outstanding aerial view – heavenly white sand contrasting the aqua blue water with beautifully tanned humans strolling into the horizon. My favourite clip thus far.

  10. yall that water hike must have been intense! ive never done something like that, it looked far and with the tide. That would be a great experience.

  11. Love the nude hiking and sailing not a big fan of the blurriness especially because you could release it under age restricted YouTube guidelines. But maybe just didn't want to do that anyway it's still a fun video

  12. Swedish women are the best. No hang ups, no Victorianism, get naked and walk on the beach. We Americans are just idiots about such things. Beautifully stark islands with  turtles, schools of small fish, naked girls wading through the water in search of joy and understanding. Just can't believe I'm lucky enough to view all this 5 star video/editing work.

  13. 16:58 the beauty of the landscape is ineffable. Thanks for the video. Watching your videos, gaining so much knowledge about such exotic places, i am overwhelmed. I am happy that you people could afford to travel to such places which our average tourist is not aware of and doesn't dare to venture to. GOD bless. Greetings from India.

  14. Walking around on a beach barefoot you, especially with all the birds you are putting yourself at risk of having parasites entire your body through the soles of your feet.

  15. Living the dream! Being naked in nature just as nature intended 🌊🏝🕊☀️ I’m binge re-watching all the old DELOS videos.. 🤣🤣 wishing I was on your boat! ❤️⛵️❤️
    Really enjoy all your adventures! 🤩 I love your channel keep sailing 〰️☀️👣🏝⛵️ 👫👫🐠🐟🦈🦐🐬🦀❤️🍻🍹👙🕶🌊〰️ love to you all from the UK 🇬🇧 xx

  16. Great video. Although a little too long. Would be nice if you edited it down a bit. Personally, I would nix the titty shots. I suspect that because YouTube doesn't allow them, all it does is piss people off, and I suspect that it might explain the 132 dislikes.
    Anyway, great job on the video. Loved the bird photography. I had to laugh out loud when the tide came in on you. It has happened to me number of time. Be well and stay safe.
    Best, Jim and Donna Andersen, Cat Boat Adventures, Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts

  17. Props to karin you edited and put this together terrifically 😀 oh and Brady your bird call well lets say you woulda had coyotes charging in blindly cuz it sounds alot like the challenge bark they make.

  18. It would be SO hard (Giggity) walking on a beach naked with my girlfriend. Like, every five minutes i'd be like "….Hey babe…." "Wha- OH MY GOD" that mystery powder tho!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would have checked lol I'd bring so many pre rolled blunts for this occasion, omg. Imagine sailing the world with two HOT ladies, and they don't give a shit about getting naked in front of you? This is fucking great.

  19. What's the song at the very end? "We drew the early maps of the sky how it all started is the question not why welcome to the world here is what we know hope you find a place to grow" Awesome tune

  20. So, we’ve been to a nude beach in the Dominican Republic with a baseyball team of families. The boys were around 11 or 12. At first it was quite a hoot watching the kids reactions as well as the adults. Then after about an hour or two it became just like any other day at the beach. My question is how is it with your close living quarters? Does it get like any other day or is it “Wow I get to check out so and so today.” Does it create problems at times? I would like some prospective from your point of view. (Pun?)

  21. The birds are protecting the nests they dont know you as a threat but still are inquisitive to let you know they are spot

  22. It's interesting because while watching the beginning of the video I honestly wondered if anyone would get a viral or bacterial sickness from all tern poop on that island you were on, then later on the guys got sick. I'm sure it's beautiful, but where there's thousands of birds, there's bird crap everywhere and that's not good for the health of humans. I know people are wondering then why the women didn't get sick. Well, I found that answer out not too long ago myself the hard way when visiting my cousin. We both came down with a viral sickness just like the guys in the video. His wife and daughters were fine, nothing happened at all to them even though we all were in the same places doing the same things. I did a little research then and come to find out, viruses target men for infection because they find women to be better hosts to pass on the virus to nursing children. Meaning they will leave women alone as an evolutionary survival mechanism to preserve the female sex to better pass on viruses. Pretty crazy. So ladies of the SV Delos, thank the guys you didn't get sick. If they weren't there to take the brunt of the viral sickness, the virus might have chosen to infect you with no other options. 😉

  23. "some sort of mysterious White Powder" yeah, im gonna say youre probably in a secret pirate outpost and thats blow. run

  24. Jesus can save you from a death that doesn’t end. Enjoy life and do what you like but do what is right and not for your own glory or for getting attention. Doing this won’t get you saved but after you’re saved, wanting to do that will guarantee that you are saved. Science and history supports Christianity. Look it up online how to be saved by Jesus and go to a Christian site or ask me. Jesus does love you even though we can be horrible. It’s hope.

  25. Hexabranchus sanguineus… also known as Spanish Dancer because of its bright color and the way it swims throught the water… the largest nudibranch ever recorded was a Spanish Dancer…. they can reach a couple of feet in length 😎

  26. Hi great interesting but why do you walk nude and blank it is that not old fashioned hiprosophy surely no one minds if you intend to show nude pics but what we do mind when you a-mitt them when you have clearly shown them has spoilt your genuine interesting semi casual sea fairing boating doucumertery! please go seek your young fortunes not from escaping real lifes work and commitment put your lives into real life and real people grow and achieve your goals don’t look to escape them!
    ps i was working at 15 years i guess you lot may be 35years old and are you?

  27. Karin's braids are always on point. I am the WORST at braiding my hair and am jealous of how well hers always turns out.

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