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interview with race boat captain AJ Smith

Hi everyone, I just posted a video interview of a race boat captain named AJ Smith from Swan 48 Bela Luna. We had just arrived in Saint Martin after a 10 day offshore delivery sail from Savannah, GA.. Choosing a question from the menu starts automatic playback of all of the rest of the questions from that point on..

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note: the video requires that Adobe Flash is installed on your computer and that you have 'Annotations' turned on in your youtube video window.



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Re: interview with race boat captain AJ Smith

Cool, can't wait to watch it!
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