When I was stationed in Florida back in the seventies and eighties, I learned to sail the warm Gulf of Mexico waters. I didn't start out wanting to sail, I was just getting qualified in "boat handling." The Air Force had their very own navy at Eglin. They had 3 or 4 WWII Minesweepers that they converted to patrol the bombing range out in the Gulf. They we're always short handed and looking for volunteers to go on patrol as spotters and deck hands. To qualify you had to take a basic boat handling course. As part of the course, you had to learn how to sail. The first time out... I fell in love with sailing. Mostly, I sailed an 18ft. Prindle cat (catamaran). My son started going out into the Gulf with me when he was about 2 yrs old. We both loved it... the rougher the seas the better. More wind means more speed. And when you're in your twenties, speed is everything... right? We even ventured out once with a hurricane churning it's way up the Gulf. Talk about a wild ride. Anyway, fast forward to today. My son's a sailor. Guess you could say it's in his blood. He's just purchased a rather large cat. The plan is to fix it up to live aboard with the ultimate goal of his family putting to sea and traveling around the world. Toward that end, they've started a Youtube channel to help support that effort. So here's my pitch.... head on over there and give 'em some support. Subscribe, vote, like.... whatever it is you're supposed to do. Did I mention he also inherited his Dads love of bikes? Yeah, he's a biker too. So... help a brother out.... show 'em some love. They're actually pretty funny Almost forgot, they're out of the Seattle area.