In today’s vlog we leave the Port of Goole and travel through the Dock and the huge Ocean Lock and onto the Tidal Ouse where we head north to Barmby Barrage and the River Derwent.
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► FAQ
Q• Why do you speed up some of the footage in your videos?
A• We don’t, we film it as time-lapse footage. We do not have the battery capacity or data storage to film in real time as our cruises can last up to 7 or 8 hours. We use to the time-lapse footage to help tell the story of movement rather than showcase the scenery. We limit the amount of time-lapse shots we use in each vlog.

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