How to dock like a boss

 
How to dock like a boss
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This video was made for 'Av og til', a Norwegian NGO, working to reduce the harmful effects of alcohol.

The aim is to raise awareness around the dangers of intoxication while operating a boat, driving a car, when pregnant or together with children.

According to the organization, the video has been viewed several million times on the various social media that it has been shared on.

- We get messages from boaters in, amongst others, the United States and Australia, who like the video and has shared it, says communications consultant in Av og til, Elise Nyborg Eriksen to ABC Nyheter.

Eriksen says that people compare the relaxed Norwegian with Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

In the video we meet a man in fancy boat enjoying champagne, against sober man in slightly less fancy boat.

Message: Docking is an art form best practiced sober.



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