Oil painting by Tim Thompson
Tim Thompson’s dramatic painting depicts a moment during the 76-hour rescue of the crew aboard the Daunt Rock lightship in a three-day gale in February 1936.
This is my second go-round with Soundings. I spent about five years in Essex, Conn., in the mid- to late-1990s, mostly as a staff writer and then as managing editor for the final year. We wore flip-flops and shorts to work. We mapped out editorial calendars on midmorning drives for coffee.
Ahhh, Miami. Is there ever a bad time to go? If you’re a boat nut, it’s hard to beat mid-February, when the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show (pictured) come to town.
Cruisers, anglers, day boaters, ultra high-net-worth individuals and anyone else looking for a yacht — new or brokered — whether 30 feet or 130.
Doers and dreamers from the United States, Latin America, Europe, the Caribbean and elsewhere who own a boat, want to own a boat, dream about owning a boat, or want to trade in their boat for a new one or buy a new engine or gear for it.
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