Gorgeous September sailing :)

Last Thursday we were blessed with a wonderful early autumn day with gentle, almost non-existent waves, and light winds. It was not a great day for racing, but such a spectacular day for cruising and basking in the sun. And for filming Mem Pas Peur and its crew from the sky, thanks to Robert’s great skills of piloting a serious drone πŸ™‚

Before we get the chance to see Robert’s latest production (by the way, all his short movies shot with his DJI Phantom 2 drone can be enjoyed here), let’s take a look at some of the moments that marked our memorable sailing day:

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Daniel checking out the shipping activity from Mem Pas Peur cockpit

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My entire crew for the day. Starting from the foreground, Mihai, our youngest and bravest sailor, Daniel our expert sea-cook, and Robert, our drone pilot.

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Robert setting up his professional drone and making sure the remote display functioned well.

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Robert displaying his DJI Phantom 2 drone before taking her off from the deck, not without some difficulties caused by the constant rolling of the boat and the unforeseen wind gusts.

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Our film-maker at work… his drone can be seen in the far right corner πŸ™‚

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Daniel resting after a huge, delicious meal consisting of spicy fried chicken breast sandwiches and spaghetti carbonara πŸ™‚ Mem Pas Peur’s galley was adequately equipped to suit the needs of a talented chef πŸ™‚

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And a selfie from the drone, thanks to Robert! This kind of weather is sooo rare for the Black Sea! πŸ™‚

So, if you got into the mood, stay tuned for the real action movie πŸ™‚

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