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  1. Susie , you are a beauty, but that husband is a hottie also! Just thought to mention that!

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  2. and again lol

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  3. Wow, you guys have been doing this for a while. .. A few questions about your Gaff Cutter. 1.) Whats her best speed ? 2.) whats the best distance 24/hr ? 3.) How high to windward can she sail ? Thanks.

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  4. Nice …. ;~D>> …. Rrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  5. So in one of your videos, you were making a sail to fit a self furling sail, and the sewing machine you were using was a "sailrite" so I contacted sailrite, ordered some supplies and said, "hey, you better thank the people on that boat "Emerald Steel" because thats how I found out about your product…and company's existence…..I hope they send you money…I also like the video of how you used rope around a tire for a fender!!…….what many of us want to know is the usefulness of a sea anchor when conditions get rough…never been past ten miles at sea on my sailboat…..

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  6. Hey Hi again, your video's are hitting again! That's neat! Have a great weekend!!

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  7. The graphics suck…

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  8. Great video!

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  9. What an incredible woman you are, Suzie. Not only are you beautiful, but you cook, go up the mast, weld, sew sails (the list goes on) and you seem to have a wonderful personality for a first mate. I've been enjoying your videos, since you are both serious sailors and I really don't get much information off Youtube from once a year "credit card captains" in the Bahamas. Fair winds and following seas.

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  10. duh? building finished in 1987..sailing, living off the sea for 25 years ??
    How (the money ) ? You inherited money from deceased parents ? you had a short but extremely profizable financial career (stockbroker) ?
    You are making money by trafficking illegal wares ?

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  11. Hi Emerald Steel, I had a mooring nearby your boat when you pulled into San Diego harbor around 1999-2000. Tried to strike up a conversation a few times but never really got to know you folks. We knew you built the boat and had been cruising. We always thought the boat was magnificent. It sparked our imaginations thats for sure. That San Diego mooring under the bridge was a trip itself. Lots of characters, stories to tell, etc. It was a good time.

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  12. I am looking to befriend someone who sails frequently. I am interested in purchasing a sail boat and would like to gain friendship/ knowledge as much as possible.

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  13. hats off for not killing this fish 🙂
    Fair winds and following seas…

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  14. I would love to go sailing but I got seasick just watching this. lol

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  15. Then you shouldn't have been fishing!!

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  16. I have thoroughly enjoyed watching your video's tonight. I started on #1 and watched all the way through to #29. A wonderful life you two live together sailing the seas. You two are a wonderful couple, perfectly matched and I was smiling all the way through video after video. It's now 5:10 am and I just finished them.
    I too am planning on living aboard a boat in the near future. I will be 65 this September 27th, if the good Lord's willing and the creek don't rise. I'm waiting kinda late in the game to get started but figure I still have some good years ahead of me.
    I just hope I can find me a first mate as talented and pretty as Susie. It was a pleasant surprise to get some fantastic cooking tips too. I'm very tempted to go to the Waffle House lol.
    God bless you two and may the sun shine warmly upon your faces and fair winds to your backs.

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  17. #sailing #southseas #cruising

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  18. thanks for sharing    I sailed from Hawai to Fanning back in 1977 on board of the yacht Wishbone . We stayed on Fanning for 2 months . Such a wonderful time .

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  19. Pleasant voyage, but tall swells

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  20. Is she a copy of Slocums Spay?  I  helped to finish a close copy that was built from the lines out of his book, quite a few years ago. Great Video.

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  21. A nice video. I am intrigued to learn how to make baggy wrinkles and install them on my 30ft East Coast yacht. I will search out further of your videos. Cheers

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  22. Man patīk!

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  23. Yes, as you could see the Marlin was very close to our boat and we could have gaffed it but it would have been a crime to kill such a beautiful fish just for sport. We only keep what we can eat. Thanks for commenting and watching.

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  24. I'm glad you never killed the marlin, also.

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  25. Yeah Suzie's hot.

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  26. If you'd like to see more of my first mate, watch, Sailing South Pacific – My First Mate Suzie. Thanks for watching and commenting.

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