|Conimicut Point Lighthouse, Narragansett Bay|
Cliches are memorable, thus their propensity for endurance throughout time. The word home conjures all kinds of images. A house, family, a neighborhood, and in our case a boat. This summer Simple Life's homecoming to Rhode Island was sweet. It was everything that epitomized the word home. The familiar surroundings of our harbor and neighborhood, numerous family gatherings both bittersweet and heart-warming, reuniting with old friends and family and realizing, "This is where we're from, this is where we're most at home."
|Family members John and Mike enjoying Simple Life|
In the cruising community there's a saying, "Home is Where the Boat Is." That becomes true when traveling. Cruising friends are a tight knit community that become an adjunct family offering support, camaraderie and lasting friendships.
|Friend Jean waves good bye aboard Dawn Treader|
|Dutch Harbor Lighthouse, West Passage, Narragansett Bay|
We hope you'll join us this fall and winter as we sail Simple Life on another adventure south via Long Island Sound, Chesapeake Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway to the Florida Keys and Bahama Islands.