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Bob Mc Donald May 19, 2017 at 8:27 am

HI folks. Love you travels and videos. My wife Julie and I Bob will be vacationing in Exuma on May 24 thro 30th If you folks are still nearby Georgetown would love to buy you beers. Let me know and safe sailings

Terysa May 19, 2017 at 10:50 am

Hi Bob,

We’ll just miss each other I’m afraid! Have a great holiday. 🙂

Kristy & Evertt McCullough June 4, 2017 at 3:30 pm

Just found your YouTube channel and we wanted to say Hi. Looking at your locations we see you were at Lee Stocking in the Exumas, we miised you by a few weeks. We have a Hunter 49 that we sail from Florida to the Bahamas each winter and return in the spring. We make a few videos for family and friends to keep up with that are on YouTube. Here is a link to one that has some footage of Lee Stocking you might enjoy. https://youtu.be/X8WKBnKOtf8
Also we see your in Charleston SC. Welcome to the USA! We bought our boat there 5 years ago and then eventually ended up in St. Petersburg FL on the Gulf Coast. Not sure how long your staying in the Charleston area but if you are needing a different marina we would Highly recommend Tolers Cove Marina. They are located on the east side of the Charleston Harbor entrance just before the Ben Sawyer bridge on the Intracoastal Waterway. If you go there tell them the Red Sailboat Seacilia says Hi.
Another tip incase you haven’t already found it is the “Active Captain” website and APP. It’s free and is an invaluable tool for cruising.
Looking forward to watching your videos.

Best Regards,
Kristy & Evertt McCullough
S/V Seacilia

Terysa June 4, 2017 at 4:13 pm

Hi Kristy & Evrett,

Thanks so much for commenting. We have only been in Charleston for 24 hours but are loving the change of pace and atmosphere compared to the Caribbean and Bahamas! Thanks for the recommendations!

Robert July 20, 2017 at 10:19 pm

I haven’t been following your adventures for too long, but I love following along on your journey. Do you have a tentative plan for your USA sailing? Any plans for the Texas coastline — Corpus Christi?

Terysa July 22, 2017 at 6:52 am

Hi Robert! We probably won’t make it to the Texas coastline unfortunately! We’re planning to head south to GA and Florida next season, then continue on to Cuba and Central America. But you know what they say about sailors and plans… 😉

Tom tucker July 23, 2017 at 12:38 am

Tom tucker
You two remind me of my students! They are a wonderful group. Faculity.mc3.edu//ttucker/ttuck.htm…….I am working on an old schooner and retiring in less than a year…you two have been a great inspiration to me. Keep having fun! Maybe I’ll see you out there.

DJ Snipes August 26, 2017 at 4:26 pm

I live in the St. Simons Island area of Georgia. My wife and I are taking sailing lessons for our Anniversary Sept 15-17th to get ASA Certified. We are entertaining the idea of a boat if all goes well and my wife can handle it with motion sickness (fingers crossed). If you are in the area and would love a nice dinner, shower etc, please contact us. I love watching your videos. http://www.facebook.com/waterfrontland

Communication At Sea While Sailing And Cruising September 13, 2017 at 1:08 am

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nicholas September 28, 2017 at 8:18 am

i notice your boat is for sale? (http://www.yachtworld.co.uk/boats/2012/Southerly-38-3044513/United-States)
the end of the adventure (hope not), or your getting a bigger boat?

James October 30, 2017 at 2:25 pm

I read that you guys used to watch Distant Shores to get you through the times when your plans and dreams of setting sail on a new life of adventure seemed a lifetime away from your London life. You guys are my Distant Shores. We are planning now to set off on our circumnavigation in two years time and your blogs and videos are keeping me sane and focussed on what needs to be done before we head off. So please keep them coming, especially through the dark winter months back here in Blighty.

Trevor May 10, 2018 at 1:54 am

09/May/2018 20:00:13 UTC

030° 15.533N, 069° 23.230W / Course: 64° @ 6.8 knots

25°C at 28m above sea level

28 m above sea level? Are you on a foiling sailboat? Looks like a great crossing to Bermuda. Going along at a nice 5 to 6 knots.


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