Copyright © 2012-2023 DE-filmFilme, Clips - kostenlos ansehen, online teilen
Sampson Boat Co
PT11 Info & purchase - http://ptwatercraft.com/ptwatercraft/PT11Home.html More video of the PT11 in action - https://youtu.be/BsWtDD_pl6o
Wood Ship and Diesel angine is not good for the Connection there is a Danger the wood work more I hope it Good of Years good Well.
Thank you for this pinned info! I’m seriously considering buying this kit. Most of all, I want to thank YOU ALL, Leo & Team, for bringing a lot of sanity and goodness into the online world, AND most importantly, the REAL world.
@jmklamm I'm in Iowa and share your feelings. :-P
@Ron Kemppainen It's on the website... you have to pretend that you're ordering a boat. You choose your options, and you end up with a list you can cut and paste into Excel and sum it up.
@drop stix AC has NEVER been about anything but, well, the AC. All that tourism stuff was always bull--it's just that politicians are not very smart.
Possibly the most impressive thing about it is that the PT 11 looks completely seamless on video when it is assembled. The craftsmanship is clearly apparent there!
I was looking for the joint too. Couldn't see it.
Another incredible and fun video. Man that dinghy is slick. So well made and just a jewel how it all fits together and how light it is. Wow! And the paint job on the Kintore was also great. Thank you for the time it took to film this and the great people in it.
Of all the aspects of this project, the one that seems not to get enough praise is Leo’s skill as a storyteller. It’s not just that he takes lovely videos of beautiful and interesting bits of a beautiful and interesting boat, it’s also that he weaves all of that into compelling story that would work even if it was all told in prose alone.
we in Norway agreeing.
Very much this
I love that you chose a Russel Brown design. He is a great designer and excellent human. And the fact that a little bit of Port Townsend will be on deck is fitting and sweet.
Russel, a progeny of the great multihull triumvirate - Jim Brown, John Marples and Dick Newick. An honour indeed to sail, let alone own, one of his boats
I met Russel in the Pacific when he was sailing his proa and remember his fantastic tender, he's a great guy. If he reads this then hi from Jim on Atlas.
That is a really slick design. It's clear he put a lot of work and consideration into it. It will be an excellent addition to Tally Ho. Love how you continue to support local shipbuilders and businesses in your efforts. Makes you a good neighbor and a good human being. Thanks for sharing!
When Tally Ho is launched, it will likely be the most loved boat in the ocean. Everything about it will be nearly perfect and loved by hundreds of thousands of people. So awesome.
And then some careless thug in a power boat will crash in to it and sent it to the bottom in flames! ;) :D
@D Wel sailing tally how back to England for some museum. It's apart of England's history.
@D Wel - The crew of Tally Ho will find it difficult to buy their own beers at any sailor's bar anywhere in the world - far too many folks will be wanting to shout them a round !
Leo may be able to find a quiet little mooring, maybe in Kamchatka or someplace, where he won't be mobbed with admirers; but I'm not sure about that.
Casey you are JUST SO ON THE MONEY!!!!
That PT11 is awesome
Hats off to the painters of Kintore, what a lovely boat. It just seemed so.. "homey"... Absolutely lovely.
The PT11 is so clean and simple in it's design. As a machinist, those "simple" designs require a LOT of thought to execute. Very nice and I'm quite sure you will be happy ( maybe even overjoyed) with your PT11
Russell and Ashlyn are great people!
That dingy is such a fantastic piece of art and utilization! Love it!
Jack agreed Marty Australia
Port Townsend is now on my list of places to visit in America. Thank you Leo, I probably would not have known about such a gem of a town otherwise.
North Olympic Peninsula is my favorite place in America. The area is definitely a gem. I spent 10 years in Port Angeles, close to Sequim. Port Townsend was too expensive for me to live there, but I would in a heartbeat if I could afford it. Regularly went there for the ferry..
It's been bought out by the snooty PhD's from California. Trash, to be honest.
Leo… … a one man Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Bureau! (And might regret it someday while standing at the end of a horrendously long line at his favorite sandwich shop!) Stay Well….
Thank you Leo so much for highlighting Port Townsend and the people that make it so. What a cool energy.
That dingy is a work of genius, and one of the most beautiful pieces of practical art I've seen. The perfect combination of form, function and amazing good looks.
This has been a wonderful video and I’ve enjoyed every minute of your production. When I heard the name Russell Brown I was wondering if that was Jim’s son , and when he first came on all doubt was removed. He came by his skills in a way that only a few people have ever been fortunate enough to experience. His background is most impressive and that along with his humility is always refreshing to see in a true craftsman and seaman. Best of luck with your amazing project, it is truly a work of art. Cheers
I hope someone is keeping a list of all the extremely interesting people Leo has met on this journey so far! It's really becoming a treasure trove of wisdom and experiences.
Once again I plead with those in the field of public education to consider using these videos as materials for teaching, in schools, what life can provide . Leo continually demonstrates the joy possible by engaging with reality in a rational manner. Whether the task is minor or major, Leo shows his engagement. There is no competition, no winner/losers, just action. His skill does not demean those w/o skill. He is entirely genuine.
@Norm L. Hugh-Mann Sorry, I would definitely go sailing with Leo rather than you. 😁
@wisedupearly falling off sailboats can kill even good swimmerd because conditions can prevent recovery for a long time if not rendered impossible. Your comment tells me you are not someone I would sail with because you don't seem to understand the risks There is often a decent chance that the man overboard sustained injury getting tossed because it's not so easy to get thrown out of a contained cockpick without some trauma and even a bump on the head that wouldn't even knock you out could make treading water impossible in your clothes and. Many a former sailor have went in never to surface once because of it I highly recommend a boating safety course that includes offshore safety and survival as you definitely need it if you plan on cruising...but CanonCanon, we know your just a troll
@Nils E You want a crash helmet as well? Teach kids how to swim and how to sail. Active safety. Far better than simply parroting passive safety. Leo has video of offshore sailing wearing an inflatable safety device.
Leo seems to be wearing no bouyancy vest so I would not use this for teaching in schools
Kintore is a village in Aberdeenshire near where I live! 🏴🏴🏴 The dinghy looks really lovely and the one shown is beautifully built.
Your ultra high standards DEMAND using the PT11. And you handled it like a champ, and thanks to Russel for lending one to you to test fully. It's a great choice, Leo!
I can honestly say, seeing you sail that dingy was the first time I have ever had the desire to try sailing. Which is crazy seeing how I was in the navy lol. It looks so fun and peaceful.
Leo, I love the fact that you introduce the local talented individuals that have been involved in facets of the re-build of Tally Ho, and other boats in Port Townsend. Besides highlighting Tally Ho you put a spotlight on some exceptional people and are a true ambassador for the Port. All that and another great video! Thanks Leo!
So enormously wholesome to find the perfect solution to the dingy problem just a few kilometers away. 👏🏼🎉 And what a solution it is, that dingy is gorgeous both esthetically and functionally!
What a brilliant designed craft, hats off to Russell!
The dude building the PT11 is full of stories, information, and life. Could have a whole show around him, certainly.
I wonder what year he worked on for the America's cup. I'm from NZ so it's a familiar race for us down here.
Russell's father is a legend -- famous for his constant camber" technique, Russell is also known for his "pacific" proa designs. (That is, a proa where the main hull is to leeward--unlike Dick Newick's "Cheers" which used the outrigger as buoyant righting moment)
@oldwillie313 maybe that’s who went camping with him when he was test riding the dinghy LOL maybe test rode more than a dingy Lol
@creageous He was truly remarkable. Especially the poem at the end was beautiful.
Remember that guy he bought the live oak from?
I think Leo also has a beautfiul way of connecting to people's interests and talents and letting them shine.
Such an amazing story and privalege to watch this all take shape. Its also comforting to know there are people out there in the world with as much skill as Leo who still haven't changed their $35 pickup bed handle.
I used to build folding boats in NZ,they were a similar size to your one and were offered with or without mast and sails,they folded down to be around the size of a surfboard,although a bit thicker. The guy that designed them took the idea from boats that Commandos used in WW2 called folboats, they could land in France,fold it up and either Bury it in sand or simply hide it in bushes so they could recover them after a mission and row out to meet a submarine. They were built to go through the subs hatch.
Your happiness with that little boat is so infectious! This was a great episode.
When I read the title of this video, the only reason I started watching it was that Leo started talking with the usual child like enthuasiam that I have become accustomed to hear him talking about the Tally Ho. To my amaizement, I watched the whole video with not a moment of boredem. I was absolutey fascinated by Leo's find of Russel Bown's PT 11- what a beautiful and practical boat! Off to watch the video again :)
I must say, Leo, I envy the wonderful people you get to meet. Thank you for sharing them with us.
Great little boat
Russel, an amazing design. Leo, you find the best people. I almost do not want this to end. Best channel our there.
That PT11 is mighty impressive! Spilts in half, & EXTREMELY light weight too! The simplicity of how the 2 halves attach together is neat.
I built a PT 11 and absolutely love it. Its a fantastic dinghy and an absolute joy to sail or row. I had it for about 6 years and the design effort Russel has made to make the dinghy robust has really paid off. Congrats Leo. You have a truly fantastic dinghy for Tally Ho.
Great call on the tender. I love how it fits perfectly on the deck. It would be great if you could have the ability to mount a small torquedo on the transom for those times when you have to head into a strong headwind. Could be charged by the hybrid motor.
I’ve been binge watching this whole series from start to here over the last few months and I’m finding it so relaxing watching all the amazing crafts and skills being worked out. Leo amongst so many things you are an amazing guy and as all of the guys who have helped out and offered their skills and a massive well done to everyone. ❤❤
Fabulous! Love the PT11. Seems like a perfect choice.
LOVED THIS ONE! Love your lil one-off side quest style videos. This was such a great overview of tenders/dinghys. and man that PT11 looks so fly on Tally ho
The thing i love the most about Leo and this channel: every decision is driven by a sound mind, anchored in logic. That original tender would've been lovely to see built, but it does not suit what Tally Ho is now.
@CaptainRon1913 There have been some bits of wood that were able to be repurposed, from memory one of the bunk headboards is from the original Tally Ho but there may be more.
@Braindead To be perfectly honest, this is not a restoration project, it's building a whole new boat with the guidance of the original design plans and a rotted hulk to dissemble. AFAIK, there is only one original item, which is the melted down re-purposed lead for the keel. Not saying that in a bad way, just being honest. He already addressed this in another video. With the help of youtube, he has figured out a way to leverage the platform to make this build happen. Great reality show with "Hi, my name is Leo. I'm a boat builder and a sailor", 136 times thus far
@Braindead ""Sound Mind " ? Coming from you ? ? ?
I hope the build one and use it as a tender they keep at the dock or on shore.
@Pappa Bob I was (Id hoped rather obviously) being jokingly sarcastic. Leo being willing to invest his time and his savings into a passion project clearly was an emotional decision and we all love him for it.
Thanks for sharing Leo, I look fwd to finding a premier post from you every weekend. You have just inspired me to, build one of these to pull behind my motorcycle. New dreams are hard to come by, and I thank You. Rock on!
That's got to be the best dinghy I've ever seen! Beautiful!
Thought you were going to use a couple of those polystyrene boxes!😊 A bit like carrying a small coracle?
Incredible engineering, very compact & beautiful. It will serve you well.
Outstanding episode Leo. Such a treat to go so in depth on the topic. Can't blame you for wanting a completed boat - another 200 hours making a PT-11 will only delay your departure. Well done.
Great call on the tender. I love how it fits perfectly on the deck. It would be great if you could have the ability to mount an electric outboard on the transom for those times when you have to head into a strong headwind. Could be charged by the hybrid motor.
Love seeing all the boats around PT harbor! The PT 11 is an awesome dingy, and Russel is a genius, he does incredible work!!
ooh I can't wait for the videos about tally ho's rigging. You're so good at explaining technical boat stuff and I'm looking forward to learning about how it all works
Stunningly gorgeous and useful. Also, I love how Russell has his way of thinking, and that boat displays all the good things about the way he looks at boats, building them, and what they do.
the way the tender fits in its space with the perfect amount of clearance either side is perfect. what a touch
Looks as almost Tally Ho was built to equip the PT11 :p
It really does feel purpose-built, quite fortuitous
great dingy, such a well thought out design, nice to row, nests so well, go for it
Congratulations Leo that is an excellent choice of tender and thank you for introducing us to Russel, I would love to hear more from him. I always loved rowing my tenders but preferred to scull over a short distance so a sculling notch or rowlock in the stern would be my addition.
I think I speak for many, when I'm saying this PT11 dingy looks like it was made to fit on Tally Ho. Outsanding design, beautiful curves, incredibly compact and thought out. I don't know much about boats tbh, but this looks like a reallly great match.
I must say, Leo, I envy the wonderful people you get to meet. Thank you for sharing them with us.
A beautiful boat and a great piece of engineering that shows that when form follows function amazing things emerge.
I love seeing things like the PT11. Refined and honed to a fine edge by an experienced hand where the only consideration is perfection for it's design criteria. Light, easy handling and fit for the task. True engineering elegance.
The design and function of that Dingy is outstanding Leo! Great purchase and fit for Tally Ho! 👍👍
Not only is the boat AMAZING, Russel and his spouse answer the phone and they are amazingly helpful people.
That is a the coolest dingy I have ever seen. So perfect for Tally Ho. Absolute match made on the Sea. Brilliant design.
I’m as fascinated by that tender as I’ve been with this whole project! Nice choice, Leooo! 😮
I love it, I could even keep it in my apartment.
Fabulous! Initially I thought "what a simple design" of dinghy, but looking further there is a seriously large amount of design methodology that has been put into that PT11. Built in bouyancy, the length of the tiller extension, boom setup, etc, Afterwards it gives the impression of being "simple". I'm rather impressed.
I loved the face you've ,made when you were going at the same speed alone in your dingy as the 2 persons rowing in the canoe!
That's a great use of an old chicken shed! Well done Mr Brown, a true engineer/inventor and craftsman. We're standing on the shoulders of giants...and the view's amazing...let's not screw it up! 🙂
As usual, a masterclass on boats. I've learnt so much about boatbuilding on this channel. Amazing. You're a natural teacher Leo. The PT11 is beautiful. It fits so well on TH. Congratulations on finding her. Kaila is a good find too. :)
Fantastic. Really love this boat and the wood-epoxy philosophy. The details and solutions looks so perfect. Hats off to Russell.
This tender is a piece of art!
Cost is 3800-7k ish depending on options and requires assembly. Great tender though!
Amen to that. Glad you hear he's selling kits because they're worth every bit of the purchase price.
That is a fine looking dingy indeed! Looks very versatile, superb quality, and very versatile. Great choice. I did notice that the designer/ builder was fairly negative about fibreglass and composites, but then we discover that the whole dingy is coated in fibreglass and the mast is carbon fibre!
What an excellent dinghy. A lot of engineering, and beautifully finessed. Marvellous.
I’ve had plans for a nesting dinghy for years! Watching this makes me finally want to build it! Love the PT11⛵️⛵️⛵️⛵️⛵️
I've been watching your progress since the beginning and I would have never thought you will have a run in with Russell Brown! I've always been fascinated by proas and have had the dream to build one since my wooden boat builder studies. His pacific proa, Jzerro, is my favourite high performance boat based on original "proa" design. Seeing one of my idols from the boat building world just randomly pop up in your video was completely unexpected. Thank you again for yet another great video. I truly wish I could visit one day!
I look forward to seeing the clever chocks that Leo devises to hold the tender snugly on deck. A work of art no doubt!
I wondered about that, too. Something so light will have to be fastened down really well in heavy weather!
Great episode! I love how fortuitous solutions present themselves time and time again in this project. As sad as I was to see Tally Ho leave Sequim originally, I have to agree with Leo now that the Port Townsend move had the potential to be even better for the overall project. Forming this connection with Russel is just one of many things that this move has provided.
I am blown away by the PT11. The skill and intelligence that has gone into the design and engineering of that is quite simply astonishing. I agree when Leo said that Russell was being very modest about it as it's utterly brilliant. As for the price - considering what you're getting, it's really not that bad. It'll fit pretty much anywhere.
One of the many jobs I had was working with "Uniflight" in Bellingham, While they were in business. That experience really helped me appreciate the craftsman ship of the PT11; the design, the logic behind it, the ease with set up and tear down, the fact that you can store it whole or stacked.....all of this just makes your decision to buy it almost a foregone conclusion. Please express my appreciation to its creator. The look on your face when rowing or sailing, showed me how much you liked it. Enjoy !!
I am not exaggerating when I say that the engineering excellence, attention to detail, and craftsmanship that went into the design and construction of the PT11 brought a tear to my eye. Truly inspiring.
@Robert Tracy A dingy that can be rowed 70 miles at an average speed of 3 knots? Um... we're talking special. High performance costs more. I agree that you don't find it worth the money, but that is not definitive IMHO.
@creageous a dingy that serves as a tender is the category. Loads of options. Many under a 1/10th of the price of the PT11.
@Robert Tracy I haven't found any boats in the same category. Of course there are less and more expensive boats, but you need to compare apples to apples.
@creageous I don't have to Leo showed a bunch of other boats that serve as tenders in this video and while not all of them meet your criteria; most do. And all of them cost a fraction of the PT11. I'll say it again. The PT11 is an amazing and well designed dingy. It's just not nearly worth $10,000.
@Robert Tracy Show me another boat that you can take apart and single handedly put in the back of your pickup truck so I have something to compare the price to.
That is a great little boat love the ease of assembly very well engineered to say the least
It looks so much fun to sail!
Really didn't think this episode would be as interesting but Leo did it again. Something as mundane as a dinghy turns out to be a fascinating example of design and engineering. Everything gets thought out on this project. No detail left unconsidered.
It has been groovy watching you and your team restore Tally Ho. I have been watching since the beginning.
That PT11 is a beautiful work of art. The level of craftsmanship fits well with the level of Tally Ho's.
I had never heard of Port Townsend before the Talley Ho series, I feel this is the most capable boat town in America. They have everything
Ive been to Port Townsend before, we went to a camping site nearby checking out the historical bunkers at Fort Warden. I'm so disappointed that i didn't know about the boat culture back then when I went.
Including me! We've been coming here for 40+ years, part time residents for 25, full time since 2015. I don't have a boat, don't know a lot about them, but I like looking at them and drive through the marina every time I'm in town. It's a great place.
Been following you since covid. This was a great video. Outstanding design to manage to be strong, light, and a good looking dingy.
What an interesting video this was, loved everything about it. Oh, and the PT-11 is gorgeous.
Excellent tender. Looks like a very smart purchase. Love the design and construction of it.
I`d add a notch or rowlock on the transom so you could skull, for instance when you had to carry long or bulky items that prevent rowing. I think Russell has done an excellent job with the PT !
hmm an adapter so you could merge the rudder with a mast half....
A dedicated sculling oar and a boat hook .. ...
this dinghy is beautiful! Love the design.
Thanks for the report, Leo. The PT dingy is especially interesting to me, as I built a "stitch and glue" wineglass wherry from a Pygmy kit during the Covid sequestration, and finally got to display it at the Wooden Boat Festival this year. I had wondered whether a plywood/glass/epoxy tender would be compatible with the Tally Ho's style and mission. You've answered my questions, and more. Of course, my wherry, Planet X, has all sorts of laminating warts that Russel Brown was somehow able to avoid in his boats. His craftsmanship is amazing; right up there alongside the Tally Ho's detailing. It's obvious from your test "manhandling" that the PT dingy is really strong. And it's reinforced cleverly to resist damage and wear. One advantage over other construction types is that in the event of a serious crunch, the fiberglass next to the damage can be sanded clean, feathered, and rebuilt with more wood, cloth and resin, as strong as new.
I did the first customer build and love to row and sail it. Perfect for my needs!
That dingy is a wonderfully ingenious design, and brilliant execution! 25:03 some metal pieces on the stern section corresponding to the tabs on the bow section would be a nice little upgrade to reduce wear over time.
You were so genuinely chuffed when the tender fit on deck. That's awesome! It's such a great tender
Wow. A boat builder that can row correctly. Nice choice.
Another great video, that's an amazing looking dinghy, thanks for making these videos 👍
Amazing how two halves come together for row or sail.
should have been a junk rigged pt 11 , marv!alous .
As always, I really enjoyed the segment. It was terrific to see the creativity in the dinghy design and your support of other boat builders.
What a great tender! Really contemporary looks with vertical stem and modern rig, superb design features, light and easy. Great choice, Leo. Very tempted myself!
I knew about the heeling angle having an effect on your steering, but I never thought about using it to steer without using the tiller
That PT11 looks by far the best nesting dinghy I’ve seen, really impressive. Thanks for this vid, Leo, it was a pleasure to watch. Really enjoyed the edit and soundtrack, a lot packed in but still a really chill vibe, some nice shots too. Cheers, R. 😎👍🍻
What a cracking design for a tender, love it!
great design and beautiful to look at, lots of thought went into it.
Aufrufe 702 000
Aufrufe 521 000
Aufrufe 650 000
Aufrufe 594 270
Aufrufe 310 827
In the Footsteps of History
Aufrufe 16 000
Aufrufe 414 000
Aufrufe 437 000
Aufrufe 493 000
Aufrufe 349 000
Aufrufe 506 000
Aufrufe 692 000
Aufrufe 475 000