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Jeff has owned a number of boats over his career ranging from a 15’ sailboat to a 92’ motoryacht, with fishing and cruising boats in between from 19’ to 55’. He has sailed, raced and cruised all over the world in both sail and powerboats. He has written three books on boating, including one on the America’s Cup. In 2020, he founded and created Sovereign Boat Club, a premium boat club that is affordable and exclusive. He currently lives in Newport, Rhode Island and is a member of the New York Yacht Club.
Eric now lives in Maine where he spends most of his on-water time with two teenage children on Sebago Lake. A former offshore powerboat racer, Eric won the American Power Boat Association Western Division championship in his class and he has competed at the offshore world championships in Key West, Fla. Eric holds the “unofficial” title of fastest journalist on the water having driven the 36’ Skater, Flight Club, at 172 mph during the 1000 Islands Poker Run in 2008.
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Justine comes from a boating family and has a background in both cruising and sailing. Her first boating experience was at the age of 7 on an Opti in Long Island Sound. Justine has been bareboating most of her adult life from the Caribbean to New England, Nova Scotia, the Inside Passage of Alaska and in the Pacific around the Polynesian islands of Tonga. She has owned a 19' Grady-White, 22' Regal, and currently a 62' tug boat, the Wallace Foss.