INDIAN OCEAN SAILING – The SV Delos Story

INDIAN OCEAN SAILING – The SV Delos Story


I guess to me Delos is about living life now you know I was working and I had a career and I had a job and a business and a house and all these things but I found myself always looking to what was next that really didn’t resonate for me and although I was I was doing well and I had what I thought I wanted I still missed a lot of things and I just kind of have this urge to go out and travel the world and experience life not when I turned 60 or 70 but right now I was in Seattle and I met this interesting guy and he told me he’s like Brian you’ll never look back on your life and wish you’d spent more time in the office when I got real serious about it I I created a four year plan and started saving up money to buy a boat that was capable of crossing oceans and then sold everything that I owned just for her [Music] it was the most freeing liberating like being born again sort of thing that you could ever imagine because all of the little things that used to matter to you that you thought were super important sort of like just went away and you realized what truly was important in your life you know and it’s it’s your time here it’s your experience it’s the people that you meet the people that make you smile and you can make them smile and you know that sort of impact rather than you know material things which are so kind of fleeting [Music] got some pretty sweet conditions like 30 to 35 minutes well so just taking a little rise [Music] [Music] [Music] I guess I’ve learned that time is irrelevant like it really doesn’t matter like when you do things that’s what you’re doing any intentions that you’re making to make other things in your life happen I think that was the biggest change that happened in me and just generally slowing down you know like not stressing about things if things don’t work out for you then you know there’s no sense pushing against them like maybe you should back off and maybe you should do it a different way like you can’t fight the weather you can’t fight the wind and waves so take a chance you’ll never know where it will take you

100 thoughts on “INDIAN OCEAN SAILING – The SV Delos Story

  1. I was so damn excited when I realized you posted another video since your video shooting and editing skills are unrivaled in my opinion.

  2. Thank you for sharing, I live aboard my Oday 322 during the summer on Lake Michigan but dream of taking her out to big water to sail to northern Norway in the future. You all have the life most will never dare to consider, Thank You Again

  3. It's amazing the amount of joy I get from watching sailing videos, Brian and Delos has opened my eyes to real living. Very well done video

  4. Good job Kiril. After also being captivated by the Delos crew and the story myself, you have added a nice summary of telling Brian's story.

  5. Love Delos, that was a great! VIDEO Brian is one of my inspirations to keep a heading on my own goal of taking my family 5 sailing around the world. Thank you for your part.

  6. This video really is an eye opener. Once you think about it the things we perceive important really aren't. Brian, I'm truly jealous of your freedom, real freedom. I work to literally fatten someone else's pockets.

  7. WOW! Kiril again at his best! Delivering more message and transporting more emotions in a four minute clip, than most youtubers in several episodes! Top notch! Keep going!

  8. With the world in so much turmoil, gang culture, drugs and violence, your video's should be shown in schools across the globe. If the youth of today can see what surrounds them, then maybe some may take a different path of life. Thank you Delos, i enjoy the Friday updates.

  9. truly inspiring, a totally different way of actually living, finding out ur place, purpose and existence in the moment, it all makes natural sense, is the ultimate and only truth, just being, life flows and shows the way

  10. If in five years all the moorings are taken and every good Anchorage on the planet is chokas full of swinging sterns, I'm blaming you Brian for being so godammed inspirational. Fair winds😁.

  11. dude, are you sure your name spells without double l? my name is also Kirill, so I am confused. By the way, love SV Delos, in 5 years I will buy a boat too

  12. Kiril, your video and Brian's voice are in an elite class!. If you can do this with a boat you can do it with a high end car or some other product or cause. A few days of shooting video a few days of editing and you could get paid $150k for it. Now that is some serious sailing money! Even if you split the cash that is $75k! works out for both of you. Hey Brian how far can you sail on $75k? I have some connections. Also I used to live in Kingman Az. We were practically neighbors. Drop me a line. If it works out can I sail with you?

  13. Very nicely done. Beautifully shot. I've enjoyed following Bryan & the Delos crew. I'm now retired and when I was his age I would have jumped at this type of opportunity of sailing around the world. But, having traveled quite a bit in my life I'm now content with just sailing the local waters. Personally, I don't feel the need to sail across oceans anymore. Like Bryan says the important thing is to have no regrets and I don't. I just hope everyone can get that place in life no matter where it is or how they get there.

  14. I decide to sail some years ago. Only challange following you is that I want to leave NOW :-). Join us to the Falkelands and Antarctica 🙂

  15. Wow, really amazing, can't wait for Delos episodes to catch up to your time on the boat I'm sure they will be awesome!

  16. Spectacular quality video Kiril. Looking forward to seeing more like, it every couple weeks. Keep hooning on. Best to all the crew. Grant

  17. Wonderful – so many of us live in the grind and find release though your videos. Maybe we will never get out there but you made us happy for a moment. Thank you

  18. Great, interesting capture of the Delos philosophy. How lucky you are to have crossed paths with their journey! Really inspirational edit – loved it!

  19. Great story Kiril! I have been watching the Delos crew for a long time, you tell their story so well. Welcome aboard!

  20. Kiril, there's option in settings – to allow community contributions. Enable it for this video, and I will make Russian subtitles for it.
    Here's how:
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=how+to+enable+community+contributions+youtube&oq=how+to+enable+community+contributions+youtube&gs_l=serp.3…23043.24516.0.24667.7.7.0.0.0.0.116.540.5j2.7.0….0…1c.1.64.serp..0.3.290…30i10k1.Z9EUUY6gnxA

  21. Awesome film Kiril. Beautifully shot. I think that whatever your dreams are in life you should do all you can to live those dreams. Having lost a friend suddenly overnight last year I am far too aware that life is too short.

  22. Delos vidoes really make you feel like you're there with them..they're people you could hang with.. and just love life with. Sail on Delos …we're ALL there in spirit with you! And yes Brian I bought you a beer/s…lol

  23. this short film is wonderful…the colors, story, music, lighting, shots, sounds, timing, beautiful people, emotion… motivating & inspiring, thank you so much

  24. Thought I was watching a National Geographic episode . I have been watching since Mexico. The world is huge. Need to find my Indian Ocean . Inspiring.

  25. Kiril, the quality of your photography exceeds all prior attempts by far. Well done on taking the same story and making it sensitive, colourful and crafted to perfection. You have an exceptional talent, use it well. Vancouver BC, previously Durban.

  26. Hi Kirin. Sorry if this was asked and answered before but what camera did you use on this video and on the last Delos just posted? The definition is amazingly more sharp than any earlier Delos video. The light is perfect. The editing is surely important in that factor but it looks like the camera or the lens are way above what was used previously on Delos vids.

  27. Wow – absolutely stunning work Kiril. Watched your adventures on Delos and then traveled to your site here. Keep it up. Live your adventure, it's inspiring!

  28. Kiril! I envy you man! You were an asset to that boat and team! Crazy adventure you have shared with us that just pulls me towards the ocean. If only I was out of school… You represented our Cape Town and South Africa so well.
    Awesome.
    Regards

  29. Kiril the Delos videos has taken a huge jump in video quality since you joined the team, good work. We all miss you being in front of the camera and with all those women currently crossing the Atlantic I fear that Brady may need a solid wingman… you should be on the first plane to their next port!

  30. Kiril, I commented on another of your Delos videos last week. This is really great work: I have no idea if you have had professional training, but it sure looks like it. I recall when you left Delos you were going to teach English in Vietnam, but I think you should consider video production as a career.

  31. my god…this video send shivers down my spine…i'm from italy, 18 years old and i sail since i was three. We have a 15 meters classic boat that is capable of travelling easily around the world.All the best memories of my childhood took place on that boat. I would be ready to give up EVERYTHING in my life, to live and sail on our sea's lady, to throw myself into an adventure like the guys of Delos… I hope one day my dream will come true. thank you for sharing your journey

  32. I watched this over at SV Delos, and use to explain my new mindset, that I may want to try something different. Life should not be wasted and your sailing adventure was an amazing time. I felt a little sorry that you jumped into the roughest sailing that SV Delos has ever done but you did it with flying colors. Looking forward to your adventures. Mike

  33. My dream has always been to get a boat and sail around the world, I've always wanted to sail a boat to Asia and stay there for a while then sail down to Europe! But I want to know if it's possible. You just said everything I wanted to hear, so thank you! Now I have a dream I can live off of!

  34. Nice work, Man. Glad to hear you we're able to share those awesome experience with the Delos crew. Thanks for capturing the moment and sharing it with the world! Good luck with everything you do! Keep it up!

  35. It would be interesting to how many people are out sailing the world rite now that were inspired by the Delos crew as a whole. we hope to be out there sailing withe in a year. Also MR Dobrev I love your work. Thank you for you time

  36. I watched all the SV-Delos clips and I often wonder quite how many people lives they have changed. Great work.

  37. Just found your channel. The way you film is an inspiration, your use of light and the rhythm of your work gives justice to the beauty you are filming. You and the entire Delos crew are a treasure. Super Cool!

  38. Hi Kiril, YES, INCREDIBLY inspiring and this was a VERY profound moment in my life in Feb.'17 when I first saw it on the SV Delos channel!
    Thanks sincerely for putting this incredibly High Quality video story together!

  39. Kiril, I can't believe I'm just now coming across your channel… You have mad editing skills brother! I love this piece you did! You need to get your @$$ back on the boat for some R&R

  40. Ever since I half hazadly stumbled upon SV Delos videos, I also dream of sailing the world…and there really is something about brian's calm and composed style of narration that just lets you melt in the moment…I love Delos fridays

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