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It's been just two years since we completed our transatlantic trip for charity and at last we can show you the final result. This is a picture of the of the well that was built in Malawi, Africa with your funds. YOU BUILT THIS WELL by supporting Sail For Water with your donations, your messages and your encouragement. And because of that, the 166 people of Walimabatha now have access to safe clean water. As you can imagine, we can't thank you enough!

As most of you already know, a lot more has happened during these two years we have spent living by the Med in Barcelona. The most important of those are, of course, the births of our lovely new "crew members", Julia and Nora.

We want to take this opportunity for our whole family to wish you a Happy Holiday, a Happy New Year and to thank you for making our dream for SailForWater come true!  It has been such an amazing experience and we love that we have been able to share it all with you! 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR DONORS:


Ana i Andreu Roca
Andres Martin Perez
AnnMarie Weis
Baldo & Nuria Quintanilla
Bob & Debby from S/V Chimayo
Bob & Mary MacEwen
Boghigian Enterprises
Brian Winter
Bruno Salvia
Carlos Quirindongo
Carol Crifo
Carolyn Williams
Carrie Smith
Chuck and Sandra Pirao
Chung Lee
Cris Hazzard
Daniel Goldberg
Daniel Goldman
David Levy
Denis Foster
Dennis Kramer
Dina Templeton
Ed Rivera
Eduardo Rivadavia
Eileen Weinberger
Esther Sanchez
Freddy & Vicky Lithgow
Gail Weintraub
George & Mary Ann MacEwen
Grace Cotto
H C Levesque Jr
Helena Grau Font
Henry Schmitt
Hilda Ferrer
Howard Mah-Lee
Jason Carrasco
Jennifer Fowler
Jessica Anderson
Joannne Hayward Kippax
John Trumpbour
Joe & Carol Crifo
Joe & Maureen Malone
Joey & Debi Malone
John Thomas and Emily Russell
Josh Terrill
Kathryn Olson
Leah Bailey
Linda Schofel & Jeff Green
Lorenzo Grau
Louis Hill
Luis & Kika Carreras
Luis Seguí Casas
Marc Carreras
Marc Fuste Boronat
Maria Luisa Vives de Delás
Marissa Mencher
Mark Tavern
Marsha Gayle
Mario Mendolaro
Mark Flaherty
Mark Gazdik
Maurici Blancafort Planas
Melissa MacEwen
Michael Kantrowitz
Michael MacEwen
Michael Scarola
Nadia Majid
Neus Pasamonte
Patricia J DiNitto
Patricia Ziegler
Peter Verne
Philip McBurrows
Richard and Gay George
Rishi Mirchandani
Salvador Macip
Sharyn MacEwen
Sheila McPeak
Stephanie Lopez
Suky Cannon
Tarek Al-Hamdouni
Thad Miller
Traci Connelly
Vantage Technology, Inc
William Hunsinger
The wonderful District Office Ladies in Teaneck: Wendy, Minny, Shirley, Sheila, Liz and Eileen

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Comment by Suky Cannon on December 25, 2011 at 6:24pm

This is soooo amazing. And wonderful to see the end result. Kudos to you both. Blessings on your family. Thank you for making my life brighter and richer knowing you and reaping the friendships that came from Sea Knots.

Happy New Year !!@!@!@

Comment by macip on December 25, 2011 at 3:56pm

Feels good! Well done, guys!!

Comment by Jodi and John Dinsmoor on December 24, 2011 at 12:17pm

We are so blessed to have met you both and to have been a part of your passion.  Now you have this beautiful family that we hope to meet soon!  John and crew just finished another Trans-Atlantic and are in Grenada awaiting the rest of the family.  Love to all of you!

Comment by LOLA on December 24, 2011 at 10:01am

What a fantastic and beautiful family,  Thanks for all you did and do.

This certainly is your Christmas Card for 2011.  May God keep you always safe.

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