Boatbuilding Time-lapse / Planking TALLY HO in 3 minutes. (EP94.5)

3 apr. 2021
191 313 Weergaven

Boatbuilding Time-lapse / Planking TALLY HO in 3 minutes. (EP94.5)
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I took a bunch of photographs from various different angles while we were planking TALLY HO, and intended to create a time-lapse for the previous video - but it was more work than I anticipated and I did not get it finished in time. So I’m releasing it as a short bonus video! I hope you guys like it.
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94.5. Boatbuilding Time-lapse / Planking TALLY HO in 3 minutes. (EP94.5)

  • Imagin this boat was built by probly at least 10 men and rebuilt buy less then that

    Eric LakotaEric Lakota3 dagen geleden
  • Awesome

    K HannanK Hannan8 dagen geleden
  • Hiya Leo

    William T. MusilWilliam T. Musil8 dagen geleden
  • 1n 1980 when I was 16, I built a 16 ft flat-bottom skiff in 2 weeks with a secondary school friend of mine using traditional hand tools. now at 55 I've watched all your Tally-Ho videos from episode 1 to episode 94 every day I would wait for the next episode and many times I would replay them over and over again Great work, I love the videos!

    timoci Sukulutimoci Sukulu9 dagen geleden
  • *Waltzing Matilda*

    Heath KennedyHeath Kennedy11 dagen geleden
  • Looks like you and crew have done a wonderful job Leo....... Will deck it before the move, or just tack on some plywood to keep it from wracking?

    Rei NoriRei Nori11 dagen geleden
  • My Father passed away over Thanksgiving last year. He loved watching your videos. He'd be very happy for you right now. Keep up the great work.

    Andrew DenisAndrew Denis11 dagen geleden
    • I suspect he's still watching!

      Tony GrimesTony Grimes6 dagen geleden
  • Thank you Leo, For the past 4 years, you have provided far better entertainment that most other show on cable/sat. I still can not believe that you have not broken the 500k barrier.

    ShaggydudeShaggydude11 dagen geleden
  • Love this Leo!! I did another whiskey plank shot,,,, Just cause,, ya know,,,

    trevor clapsadletrevor clapsadle12 dagen geleden
  • Hic.. thats four whiskey planks..hic. thank Leo lol... How about a time lapse of all the "Helpers" who've turned up on the rebuild ... just their pictures and names

    Sailing the BlockSailing the Block12 dagen geleden
  • Respect....

    Stephen CharlesStephen Charles12 dagen geleden
  • Wonderfully syncronized with the music...good work in every aspect!

    Magnus TonérMagnus Tonér12 dagen geleden
  • nice

    carpenter pilotcarpenter pilot13 dagen geleden
  • Glorious!!!

    El GordoEl Gordo13 dagen geleden
  • I have been extremely sick over the last two years and this project and the quality people involved with it keep kept me focused on something worthy. Instead of fearing the outcome of my cancer, it might sound silly but I hoped to come see this build that caught my passion. Leo is a good person with amazing skills as can be said for his crew. Your neighbor that made your life more difficult will only make you and the Tally Ho much more special. Focusing on goals is important for builds and life. I am still hoping to visit if I get the ok. I intend to Marry my girlfriend of two plus years and fit in a tour of my favorite show on NLworld. I spent much of my life in the construction industry and have used my skills in many area's

    Marc VictorMarc Victor13 dagen geleden
  • Found this channel last week.... watched the whole thing :-) . Definitely a favorite. This is a brilliant work of art - nothing less....

    SA SampsonSA Sampson13 dagen geleden
  • Great Lines Leo! Can see them now that all those workers aren't milling about...

    tactus tenebristactus tenebris13 dagen geleden
  • I love this bonus video!

    Micah HookMicah Hook13 dagen geleden
  • WOW! At least half a dozen 'whiskey planks'-going to be a great night.Many thanks Leo.

    Jeff KeeleyJeff Keeley13 dagen geleden
  • Gorgeous

    Jeremy WisemanJeremy Wiseman14 dagen geleden
  • CONGRATULATIONS Leo, Pete and ALL volunteers!!!!!! Wishing you all, and Tally Ho, ALL the VERY best now and for the future!!!

    Bryce NewBryce New14 dagen geleden
  • Very Nice Leo - No wonder it took so much time. Very well done. Interesting photos and what an exciting thing to see that go together that way. All the best, Leo. Tally-Ho, lads. The water is calling.

    robert shawrobert shaw14 dagen geleden
  • This video puts the biggest smile on my face! Such an incredible feat!

    mainnj11mainnj1114 dagen geleden
  • I can't wait to see it fared up.

    ArtemiaSalinaArtemiaSalina14 dagen geleden
  • Pure class

    Flatcap007Flatcap00714 dagen geleden
  • Today I got me a bottle of whiskey.. So from Copenhagen-Denmark: .. Big Congratulation and huge CHEERS for the last whiskey-plank ! Or as we say here in Dk. Skål i skibet. 🥃💪🏼⚓️

    Bushtrail FreedomBushtrail Freedom14 dagen geleden
  • I have been hoping you had some time lapse photos!

    Josh GillikinJosh Gillikin14 dagen geleden
  • Congratulations Sampson Boat Co. on achieving this milestone in the wonderful restoration of Tally Ho. I eagerly look forward to watching the next phase of this amazing documentation. Aloha from Hawaii, Thomas

    kiawekingkiaweking14 dagen geleden
  • Amazing Work of Art !! All those angel-like planks, lined up next to the hansom transom of Teak. We are in love with Purple-Heart keel. Take a bow, you are doing a great job showing us what can be done with your exotic hard wood. Keep it up and God Bless !! Can you make a few more? This video shows it going so easy and fast.

    Se MilbergerSe Milberger14 dagen geleden
  • Amazing! and to remember where you've come from, pulling original planks and frames out. my my

    Jenkins Boat WorksJenkins Boat Works14 dagen geleden
  • Leo and company, you all are SAVAGES. Sooooo smart, and just all around good eggs. Hope your journey continues my friends.

    Zeke BlackZeke Black14 dagen geleden
  • Thanks for using our music Leo! So cool to see the progress of the boat.

    Dowally MusicDowally Music14 dagen geleden
  • Awesome!!

    Jeff GoldenJeff Golden14 dagen geleden
  • “Tall hoe” ain’t right name

    t reznicekt reznicek14 dagen geleden
  • Beautiful Leo.

    Ross GebertRoss Gebert14 dagen geleden
  • She's a beaut Leo, amazing.

    David BiloenDavid Biloen14 dagen geleden
  • Looks amazing...

    BrutalfordBrutalford14 dagen geleden
  • Beautiful work Leo, Tally Ho sure is coming along well and I can’t wait to see her in the water where she belongs.

    Jose MartinezJose Martinez14 dagen geleden
  • Honestly, these were all beautiful time lapses and merged together so nicely with music. Well worth the effort and it’s own video!

    JamielolJamielol14 dagen geleden
  • Soooo beautiful!

    The Produce Guru & Mr. Willson channelThe Produce Guru & Mr. Willson channel14 dagen geleden
  • Wood is good. It's alive.

    PowerOf OnePowerOf One15 dagen geleden
  • How very satisfying!!!!

    Michael HamburgMichael Hamburg15 dagen geleden
  • How soon til you put the green stripe back on her?

    Jeff BeckerJeff Becker15 dagen geleden
  • Love it. So much hard work. Well done.

    Adam FridayAdam Friday15 dagen geleden
  • Will she be painted? Indeed a work of art. I've been watching since you had the boards sawn at Steve Cross of Cross Sawmill in south Georgia,,, it's been a while and it's all been worth it. At least from our view haha I know you've had your head aches along the way. We can't wait to see her at full sail with you at the helm!

    Tom JonesTom Jones15 dagen geleden
    • Yes. Except for the transom.

      Alexander MenziesAlexander Menzies12 dagen geleden
  • Michael Holley, That was delightful Leo with a great selection of accompanying music, Thank you.

    Vriew FonVriew Fon15 dagen geleden
  • Really cool, in time as well. You must be stoked with your progress as I’m sure we all are watching it. Cheers

    Ken StrangwardKen Strangward15 dagen geleden
  • When you have a boat of this type and you finish the shell of the hull, say including the deck beams, what fraction of the total job is finished? When you put up the frame of a house you think great, it’s almost done, when it’s actually 30% done. Is it the same for a boat?

    Rv4 GuyRv4 Guy15 dagen geleden
  • Nice...well done.

    Larry FisherLarry Fisher15 dagen geleden
  • Just so you know I love this boat watching this biuld for a l9ng time now when you put on the whisky plane and you all drank your shot of whisky I took part in it at home as I also drank a shot with in someway I feel like I'm part of this project and in some small I am part of as a viewer that help to get you paid by you tube and as one long time watcher I've done what small part I can do I'd l9ve to come help you 8n person as I'm hand with tool and how to biuld stuff I've biuld meany projects in May time I a jack of all trades mast of none kind of person and I still dream of some day building my own live on boat some were around 40 ft boat it must be a wood boat as to me a wood boat is the only real kind of boat all other j7st do not stack up there not real boat there plastic crap so my be it I came to help you I can learn more about wood boat Building and that would help me to learn more on how to biuld a wood boat

    John PaquinJohn Paquin15 dagen geleden
  • It’s hard to say which you love more, Building Tally Ho, or Filming and Editing?!! (Whiskey might be the runner up though😄

    Ken WoodKen Wood15 dagen geleden
  • One of the best videos from you! And I've liked them all. Best wishes

    gregvw123gregvw12315 dagen geleden
  • You're truly an artist

    Bruce KoehlerBruce Koehler15 dagen geleden
  • Great fun. Good job.

    Jim WardenJim Warden15 dagen geleden
  • Leo, it's brilliant!!!

    Bob GreenBob Green15 dagen geleden
  • Happy Easter all Greetings from germany

    KripkeKripke15 dagen geleden
  • Superb piece of work mate. Outstanding! 😁🍻🥃👍

    charles of the Father YaHuWaH Ycharles of the Father YaHuWaH Y15 dagen geleden
  • Simply amazing. Any idea how long it took the original construction crew to plank the hull using what I assume were hand tools only?

    Mark FerraroMark Ferraro15 dagen geleden
  • Leo , you and your crew should be proud of what you have accomplished .. and a special shout out to all the benefactors that have contributed ..

    Quat SinoQuat Sino15 dagen geleden
  • stradivarius

    Pierre FouchardPierre Fouchard15 dagen geleden
  • We'll done Leo looks fantastic. Can wait to see what the next year bring .. you and the guys and ladys have worked very hard this past year...

    joe mccarthyjoe mccarthy15 dagen geleden
  • You are becoming a very talented film-maker Leo. Beautifully timed to the music.

    Bernard DonnellyBernard Donnelly15 dagen geleden
  • I had a single malt to wish her well

    Mike DayMike Day15 dagen geleden
  • Great work and beautiful ship I remenbered the built of the « recouvrance » at BREST (France) When i was yonger . It is the same passion and the respect of past 👍🇫🇷

    Christophe le RayChristophe le Ray15 dagen geleden
  • If you think the planking on Leo's restoration was a lot of work, you should see how the Brazilian shipwrights are doing it on Sailing Yaba. On one of the episodes, they are using an oil rag and a blow torch to heat the plank to bend it.

    Jacques BoscJacques Bosc15 dagen geleden
  • Failed to show that "green supervisor" nodding her approval at every step!

    Ralph GeslerRalph Gesler15 dagen geleden
    • 00:54 🦜😊

      S JS J15 dagen geleden
  • I'm impressed with the placement and alignment of the camera as you progressed. I'm sure you didn't have a camera that stayed put for each one of those shots for the entire duration of the planking.

    tinker'n e-roundtinker'n e-round15 dagen geleden
  • Thanks Leo. Beautiful lines, with masterful shipwright skills. Enjoy your vacation now.

    DaveDave15 dagen geleden
  • Is it over yet?! I keep drinking whisky every time I see the whisky plank being installed! I can't take all this beauty (and whisky)!! Hmmmmmmmmm, I'm feeling better after that last dram. I think I need to watch the time lapse again... it's soooooooo good... 😁😁

    JabbaticJabbatic15 dagen geleden
  • Now what steps are next? Massive sanding? Filling holes and cotton in seams? Are you going to borrow that seam filler tool? How did you reposition the camera so accurately?

    elkski Utahelkski Utah15 dagen geleden
  • What a gloriously inspirational video, Leo! Thank you for sharing the photos with us in this manner.

    Marty SchlosserMarty Schlosser15 dagen geleden
  • Truly a work of art Leo!

    Terry BechardTerry Bechard15 dagen geleden

    Greg ChaneyGreg Chaney15 dagen geleden
  • That was fun. Many thanks.

    Willco5114Willco511415 dagen geleden
  • It's really coming along well. That's going to be the most gorgeous sailboat when on the water and the sails are full. I can't wait to see the Tally Ho then. Truly a labor of love.

    Tim CTim C15 dagen geleden
  • I started watching this channel around Episode 75. A couple of weeks ago I decided that I needed to go back to Ep 1 and I am glad I did. I not only gained a better understanding of the history of the boat and I also feel I have gotten to know, as much as you can watching a video, Leo better. I would encourage anyone new to the channel to fine the time to do what I do. Don’t forget to like each episode as you go along. I am not sure if that effects the monetization, but it can’t hurt Enjoy Happy🐰🐰

    Big DogBig Dog15 dagen geleden
  • makes it look like an easy, quick fix. I know it hasn't been!

    5eKwartier25eKwartier215 dagen geleden
  • Really cool Leo love it. How you kept a stationary camera in the same spot all that time is amazing. Planking is beautiful masterful shipwright skills.

    Joe BrownJoe Brown15 dagen geleden
  • Boat building made easy.

    Village BlunderVillage Blunder15 dagen geleden
  • Why did it take so long? now I see, it's possible to plank her in 3 minutes!! :D

    vlada Bocanekvlada Bocanek15 dagen geleden
  • It's an Easter miracle!

    Scott SpellScott Spell15 dagen geleden
  • Simple, elegant, effective. A fine example of one of the less-appreciated features of the Tally Ho project. Leo has developed a sophisticated and artistic eye to his video production. Always a pleasure to enjoy. This is one of his best.

    danjsimondsdanjsimonds15 dagen geleden
  • Magnificent Leo and Crew. Enjoyed every single video. Thanks 🙏🏻

    albertobenitezv22albertobenitezv2215 dagen geleden
  • thanks, that's soooo satisfying

    Rafael JilletRafael Jillet15 dagen geleden
  • @Sampson Boat Co Remind us why you start planking 3/4 way up as well as the bottom so have two closing planks? Must have missed that video? Lovely boat and excellent time lapse of the process.

    DanielDaniel15 dagen geleden
  • You clearly had this planned out from the start as you have all the angles fixed, heads off to you. Great work Leo, and she looks gorgeous!!

    marc3471marc347115 dagen geleden
  • Magnificent work I agree fully with your earlier comment on risk Re finger. As to whether it's a new boat or replica, my thought is this even though almost entirely new the rebuild version does keep the original soul and spirit of tally ho which has remained in the yard throughout the process while a new replica would look like the original but have its own distinct spirit and soul.

    tg tgtg tg15 dagen geleden
  • Oh the curves on that beauty will make a seasoned sailor blush.

    Conan the DestroyerConan the Destroyer15 dagen geleden
  • It’s a shame it has to be painted. Can’t you just clear coat it?

    YahooYahoo15 dagen geleden
  • Very satisfying video!

    Samuel WillisSamuel Willis15 dagen geleden
  • Aight, I forgot the works behind this not being a newly built boat, and the old one with rotten timbers. How does this work?

    WackedWacked15 dagen geleden
    • Explained if you watch from Episode 1!!!!!!

      Tony GrimesTony Grimes6 dagen geleden
  • Well that made it look simple as pie! I'm a gonna make me one in my backyard too!!!!

    Edward SchmittEdward Schmitt15 dagen geleden
  • This project, and your absolutely wonderful production of videos about it, is one of the few bright spots that have got me through the last year. Thanks for this, congratulations on an inspiring and beautiful job, and may the rest of her take shape just as fair and with many more stories to tell. If things go just right and I have a bit of luck, maybe I'll be able to visit Port Townsend again while you're still up there and see her in person!

    JohnJohn15 dagen geleden
  • 👍👍👍👌❤

    Ohskelily WurarahOhskelily Wurarah15 dagen geleden
  • What's with the thumbs down......put them where the sun don't shine.....

    John PandolfinoJohn Pandolfino15 dagen geleden
  • What a beautiful form......

    John PandolfinoJohn Pandolfino15 dagen geleden
  • Thanks for the bonus video, Leo. She has beautiful lines!

    AnimeGamingAnimeGaming15 dagen geleden
  • cool!!

    blinkinbaboonbiskitblinkinbaboonbiskit15 dagen geleden
  • Great how you positioned the camera in the exact spot and angle each photo Wishing you the best

    glenn pglenn p15 dagen geleden
  • I love how every pic was in the exact same spot. Very cool Leo.

    Quarlow 12Quarlow 1215 dagen geleden