Owner of S/V Ocean Jedi, a 58 foot sailing catamaran, which I charter with crew out of St. Thomas, USVI
Reno, NV USA
I have sailed on board Ocean Jedi form Lima, Peru to Margarita Island, Venezuela to Trinidad to St. Thomas, USVI to Florida and most stops in between. I have visited many other places, like parts of Europe, Israel, India and China
Find the right place to set up a retirement home, free from financial worry, but close enough to be with my family for visits. I am divorced with three grown children and five grandchildren (as of this date- 2013).
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