Cruising European Waters
A video by Rob Dubin hosted by Gary Jobson
Running time: 66 minutes.
Hosted by Gary Jobson, Cruising European Waters takes you back in time to cruising Europe during the late 1980s before the end of the Cold War. (D2Z) From the Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine series.
Norway: Skagerrak Sea
Midnight sun and Norwegian fjords provide a striking backdrop for a charter vacation along the Skagerrak Sea.Midnight sun and Norwegian fjords provide a striking backdrop for a charter vacation along the Skagerrak Sea.
Romania: Black Sea & Danube R. Delta
Cruise the coast of Romania on the Black Sea and sail up the Danube River Delta with legendary skipper, Tristan Jones. Jones had previously visited Romania under communist rule. In this episode, her arrives shortly after the 1989 revolution that deposed Romania’s communist dictator, Nicolae Ceaușescu, foreshadowing the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. His sailing fans appoint him the Commodore of the ] Yacht Club in the ancient city of Constanta.
Ireland: Celtic Sea
Legendary skipper, Don Street sails to the Fastnet Rock at the tip of the Celtic Sea and turning mark for the famound race. We then join Don on a cruise along the beautiful southwest coast of the Emerald Isle with local stops and pub crawls.
Greek Islands: Aegean Sea
Join a Cruising World Magazine flotilla charter through the Greek Islands and the beautiful waters of the Aegean Sea.
Yugoslavia: Dalmatian Coast
There was a time when the Baltic States were a model of multiculturalism with Orthodox Christians and Muslims living side-by-side. Communist but with a high degree of independence, Yugoslavia enjoyed peace and stability. Bordering the beautiful Adriatic Sea, Sunsail established a charter destination offering gentle cruising and island hopping in the calm, clear waters off Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast.
Turkey’s Western Coast
A crewed charter explores Turkey’s ancient coastline and its numerous Greek and Roman ruins.
About Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine
Produced in the late 1980’s, Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine’s 24 one-hour programs set the standard for sailing television. It’s content represents over 200 years of sailing knowledge from its hosts and presenters such as Gary Jobson, Don Street, Tristan Jones and John Rousmaniere. We’ve taken individual stories, and grouped them under instructional categories and cruising destinations. This is timeless content that will benefit every sailor, cruiser or racer.