Andrew is a life-long yachtsman who grew up boating on the lakes and coast of Maine. Whether he was exploring and fishing Casco Bay on his Sea Ox or water skiing behind the family bow-rider on Sebago Lake, Andrew’s summers revolved around the water. Like any teenage boy, one of the few things that got him off the water was food, and some of Andrew’s fondest summer memories came listening to the craftsmen from Sabre Yachts exchange boat building stories as he waited with them in line for a sandwich at the general store in Raymond. “I can still smell the resin and see the glass fibers on their clothes”, says Andrew.
Andrew and his wife Julie currently enjoy exploring the Northeast Coast on Arete, their Back Cove 37 Downeast. An accomplished mariner, Andrew holds a U.S. Coast Guard 50 Ton Master’s License and is a former U.S. Sailing Certified Powerboat Instructor. He and his wife have owned several power boats and are accomplished sailors.
Andrew serves on the Board of Directors at RIBCRAFT, USA, a leading manufacturer of rigid inflatable boats, and is a former President of the Corinthian Sailing Foundation, focusing on youth education and enrichment through sailing.
He has raced in numerous fleets including Etchells, Rhodes 19, and J/105, and was a member of the 1998 International One Design North American Champion Team aboard his vintage 1938 IOD sloop, Pompano, which he helped restore.
Still a few years away from having an empty nest, his dream of casting off in a beautiful down east salon express to do the Great Loop is on hold. Until then, Andrew is happy to help you fulfill your boating dreams by finding just the right #boat4you.