Sailing in Miami, USA


Moon Glow from the water


Renny, Geoff, and Randy


Sunset at CGSC

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I live in Miami, USA, where I work in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Miami. My main interest in Computer Science is Automated Theorem Proving. However, when I'm not proving theorems I tend to be somewhere in or on the ocean ...

I used to be crazy into SCUBA diving, but recently I've developed a dominating interest in sailing. I started sailing as foredeck crew on Finesse (and I still do that), a Tartan 34, sail number 301, owned and skippered by Bill Beavers - see the pictures on the right. Most of that sailing is racing, in Biscayne Bay Yacht Racing Association races, and also in races down the Florida keys, etc.

In March 2011 I bought my own boat, Moon Glow ...

Moon Glow is a Bristol 30, sail number 104. It's moored at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club. My buddy Carol took a photo of us the first time we ever took Moon Glow out, and submitted it to the Latitudes and Attitudes seafaring magazine (now defunct), and we appeared in the August 2011 issue. Here's the photo. In 2013 Cruising World had a small article about Moon Glow in the October 2013 issue. Here it is.


Finesse's stern


Sunlight or moonlight?


Moon Glow in the Moonglow