One night a week we sail out of the relatively quiet marina and drop anchor by one of the many small islands outside of Boston. It's like a mini cleanse for body and mind as nothing makes you sleep as well as gentle rolling and the sound of nature does. Especially after two-three hours of physical exercise that is called sailing. The Boston Harbor Islands are strategically positioned and formed in a way that we can always find protected spots to anchor, no matter wind direction. Love watching the planes land North of the city and the city lights exposing themselves by sunset, without actually having to hear the noise of it all.