I first learned to sail in an 18 foot Old Town canoe. Crewed on a lightning in the finger lakes, in the 60's.
My late wife and I, and a neighbor couple, did a bare boat charter in the Virgin Islands for two weeks during the 90's. She developed a love of sailing and we set our minds to buy a boat. However, she insisted that we funnel our resources to more practical things. A sailboat was a second priority in her mind. When the time came to buy a boat, her health failed and she passed away.
After I settled her medical expenses I began my search. I found a Morgan 28 and christened her "Nareszcie". It is Polish and roughly translates to "At Last!"
I answer to "John"
Great Kills Harbor, Staten Island, NY
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