600 Days to Cocos & the Galapagos Islands HD

600 Days to Cocos & the Galapagos Islands HD

Theater Edition Restoration in HD with added special features.

A film by Gene and Josie Evans
Completed in 1976, this two part sailing documentary was shot in 16mm color film by noted Hollywood cinematographer, Gene Evans, cameraman for "Roots" the miniseries, and many feature films.

Gene and his wife, Josie sail their 32 foot Pearson Vanguard sloop, "Discubridor" ("Discoverer") 10,000 miles from San Diego, CA south along the Mexican and Central American coast to Costa Rica, then offshore to the legendary, uninhabited Cocos Island. After exploring Cocos, they sail on to explore the Galapagos Islands, then 4,000 miles home to San Diego.

Read the review by Karen Larson, Publisher of Good Old Boat Magazine.
goodoldboat.com/reader_services/book_reviews/reviews_from_2014.php#cocos

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600 Days to Cocos & the Galapagos Islands HD

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  • 600 Days Part 1: To Cocos Island HD

    Theater Edition Restoration in HD with added special features.

    A film by Gene and Josie Evans
    Completed in 1976, this is Part 1 of a two part sailing documentary shot in 16mm color film by noted Hollywood cinematographer, Gene Evans - cameraman for "Roots" the miniseries, and feature films in...

  • 600 Days - Pt.2: Cocos to the Galapagos Islands HD

    Theater Edition Restoration in HD with added special features.

    A film by Gene and Josie Evans
    Completed in 1976, this part two of a two part sailing documentary was shot in 16mm color film by noted Hollywood cinematographer, Gene Evans - cameraman for "Roots" the miniseries, and feature films...