Our Boating Story

Our Friends and Family in Coecles Harbor.

When we were nesting and our child was young, we sailed the Osprey’s Nest. Our logo was an osprey with wings spread carrying a stick to build his nest. We traveled extensively with our boat, but always returned home to our nest in Shelter Island. Our boat was always a safe haven filled with children and friends. As our son became an adult and we planned for retirement, our new boat was named the Osprey’s Rest. The logo of two ospreys sitting peacefully with one’s wing warmly sheltering the other reflects our desire to settle down and enjoy life. Or son’s first boat was Cool Change. A baby osprey emerging from its broken shell was the logo painted on the side of the boat. He and his wife now sail the Rubber Ducky- reflecting their uniqueness and ability to establish their own life.

The newest vessel in our collection, a joint venture between father and son, is the OspreysGuide.com, an 18 foot Rosborough.  The resting ospreys were incorporated into the logo for this venture. It is our desire to protect and guide the visiting boater, or land traveler though our domain. When you visit our website, please take the time to comment or share additional information with us. If you see us on the water, don’t hesitate to say HELLO!

 

 

Learn more about the Rosborough at Nancy & Jim's Website
 

 

 

 

 

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