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Sailing the World aboard the Jeanneau 53 with Emory and Kim Zimmer





For Jeanneau 53 house owners, Emory and Kim Zimmer, the prepare had often been to do the job tough, retire early, acquire a boat, and sail the planet. And so they did. Sign up for us for element one of this fantastic tale of noticing a dream come genuine.
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17 comments

  1. Great video, very inspirational!……honestly, who gives this a thumbs down…..lol

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  2. Jeanneau is world class!

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  3. Would have liked to see the Interior as well

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  4. I did this for  3 years.  I was so worried about how this would work out.  The best 3 years of our life.

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  6. good boats but boy that shacking leach on the genoa would drive me crazy ,just move the jib traviler up a few notches & better shape , no noise and no wear & tear on the sail ,keep up the good work . your doing it well done .

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  7. Good video, do Kim & Emory have there own YouTube Channel ? a link would be nice if they do, Cheers

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  8. This is how you sell boats !!! Great video!!

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  9. Sail on until daybreak, the worlds oceans are yours for the asking (and hard work) Remember, today is the tomorrow you spoke about yesterday, sail while you are able, tomorrow never arrives. Enjoy your cruising tour of the islands , adventure awaits just over the horizon. Take that word from an old captain, a seafaring seadog and his mate, we sailed our 64' double planked Mahogany hull Ketch known in the 70s as a Taiwan Clipper throughout many a passage for a decade hauling passengers and light cargo throughout the islands, we did it while strong of muscle, stout of heart and limb, youth on our side and Blue water pumping through our veins. You are blessed, most folks wait until they are a bit to old to handle a fair sized vessel, we didn't, there are no "I should have's, "we wish we had" or 'there's still time when we retire', nope, tomorrow never arrives. Good on you two. The only reason we retired, became to weak of limb and stamina to handle a 64" ketch rig and maintenance required. Be well. Capt David Lee, SV Eleutheros (ret)

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  10. Nice video, good luck on the next four years.

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  11. Looking forward to your many adventures over the coming years. You are very inspiring for the rest of us arm chair sailors !

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  12. great video wonderful dream brilliant thanks for sharing

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  13. I like the 54, and the 57….p

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  14. love to watch sail videos. When i was a kid i went sailing with my uncle ,he had a little sailing boat and we went sailing on a nearby lake.I have good memories about that,and i like to be busy with the sailing on the boat,not just sit and watch,but helping with it,it makes you bond with the boat.

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  15. Had a great time with Emory and Kim aboard their fantastic Jeanneau 53, SOMEDAY. Such a great story to tell!!

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  16. Thanks Paul!! Kim and I continue to love our adventure!!! Jeanneau has really impacted our retirement in a great way…..we could not be happier!!

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  17. If you're going to be unemployed, this is the way to go. Nicely done.

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