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Sailing Home Sarasota

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Sailing is like life. Every story with a happy ending has some scary chapters, or you wouldn’t read the book. On the, “Key Breeze,” feel free to throw all cares to the wind, as your family turns off life’s motor to embrace a new reality of peaceful relaxation.

Ironically, this tranquil journey of faith began with a 1960 Category Five Hurricane named Donna. Key Sailing Owner Jan Solomon’s father, namesake of our Bayfront Chaplain J.D. Hamel Park, told the firemen, “You spray and I’ll pray,” as Jan’s mom, a symphony violinist, prepared a community meal on fine china.

“This spirit of giving back is what drew the globe to our beach” quips Jan. “What bugs me about this latest bug is that we can’t fix it by playing in the sand together.” Or, maybe we can... 

Hope Fleet President Danny Moroney notes, “During this season of fear and financial loss, Key Sailing not only offered free cruise tickets to local graduates, but school supplies and home repair for hurricane victims in The Bahamas.” Jan’s childhood experience is proof that we can walk through life’s storms together, as the local/global community that brands us uniquely as, “Home.”

Janet Hamel Solomon, Owner, Key Sailing, Sarasota’s Longest Running Sailing Charter  www.siestakeysailing.com

Partnering with Hope Fleet International , A local charity sailing hope globally www.hopefleet.org

Click here to learn more about Key Sailing

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