Evacuation at Sea off the Coast of Chile from Michael Mus on Vimeo.
Sailing in perfect weather from cruising the Chilean Fjords and up the coast of Chile to the Chiloé Archipelago, the Captain makes an announcement that a passenger requires urgent medical attention and we would proceed “full steam ahead” to meet a Chilean Navy helicopter which would evacuate the gentleman to a hospital in Puerto Montt.
Have just surfaced from the blog. Superb. Very professional even more so than last time, more videos and photos with slideshow.
The ships photos were excellent and I would like to have seen your cabin and shots of the sea during rough weather.
Very often the ordinary and mundane is actually interesting to others by providing a vicarious experience. So lots of shots of your cabin, walk in wardrobe,
bathroom etc… is excellent. If rough weather is not available then your apple program can create it. It’s called poetic licence.
The video of the emergency evacuation with helicopter was good but the sound of the rotors would have made it better.
Realism gives a sense of drama versus the musical background.
Ultimately an excellent production.