It’s a start

Ya gotta start someplace, and this was Clifs first attempt at Drone shooting. The cool thing is we will be experimenting with all sorts of new types of stuff at the Global HQ Media Lab. Ya, that’s now something. More live streaming, we have done that before, but it was crude. Different types of video’s and who knows what else. It’s all fun and trying new ways to get the world of classic boats out there.

It looks like a model.

Yes, we know, drones are nothing new. But this drone is very cool. super small and works from an iphone. And is cheap enough that if you loose it in the water it’s not a bankrupt deal.

Clif sitting in the Railway running the drone. And thats John Rothert walking the dock,

You can see Russia from here!

How the Railway Works. By the way, we will be doing a video on that soon.

The docks are alive

Stay tuned for more fun ways to see the woody passion. I have no idea what they are, but it sure is fun finding them.

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13 Responses to “Clif Brought A Drone To Woodys & Wieners, And So A Global HQ Media Lab Is Created.”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Nice! What is that gentleman’s racer type boat with the light stain? Looks like a cool boat. Home built?

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    • Gary Van Tassel

      Greg
      That is a KAVALK Classic 19. Built in B..C. It is a 1992 boat in preserved condition, original finish on the deck, leather interior. 350 SBC engine give or take 260 hp. Hull number 59 of 67 built. Originally delivered to Sierra Boat on Lake Tahoe. Designed and built by Tony Kazulin. I have owned it since 2016.

      Cool drone shots.

      Gary Van Tassel

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      • Greg Lewandowski

        Thanks Gary. I just looked at their website. A very unique and fast boat and the Kazulin family has quite a history in boat building. Always enjoy learning something new on WB!

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      • Troy in ANE

        Very cool boat!!!

        Looks more like an offshore Deep V design from the drone shots.

        Thanks for the report! Looking good!

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  2. Ranger

    Too cool! Love what you’ve done to the place and the boats are amazing. Could you give more info on the drone pls.

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  3. Kelly Wittenauer

    Awesome photos! Look forward to the video of the railway doing it’s magic.

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  4. Droneshadow

    Careful you’re not making money or promoting a business without FAA part 107 licensed drone shots.

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