600 Days to Cocos & the Galapagos Islands - Preview Pt. 2
CLICK TO PLAY Preview of Part 2 Originally shot in 16 mm color, the film has been restored and converted to HD video. Completed in 1976, this is a two part sailing documentary by skipper and noted Hollywood cinematographer, Gene Evens (Roots, Jeremiah Johnson, Lady Sings the Blues, Batman and many more movie and television productions) and his wife Josie aboard their 32 foot sloop, "Discubridor" ("Discoverer"). Their two-year sailing adventure takes them over 10,000 miles from southern California south to Costa Rica, offshore to Cocos Island and the Galapagos Islands, then home to San Diego. Along the way they explore remote locales, fish, struggle against storms, and on a few occasions fight for survival. In Part 1 , Gene and his wife Josie, sail "Discubridor" ("Discoverer") south from San Diego down the coast of Baja California, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica where they are joined by their son Ron and a couple of friends for a 300 mile off shore sail to the mysterious Cocos Island. In Part 2 , the crew explore Cocos Island, sail onto the legendary Galapagos Islands for more exploration, then Gene and Josie sail back across the Pacific alone and home to San Diego. Available at www.thesailingchannel.tv/600-days HD 1280 x 720 (Original format: 16mm color) Pt. 1: To Cocos & the Galapagos Islands Running Time: 90 Minutes Pt. 2: Cocos & the Galapagos Islands Running time: 65 Minutes Sailing Documentaries from $2.99. Visit us at (a href:"http://www.thes...