Sailing Ocean Fox

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In this episode of “Boomer TV: Embrace Age, Empower Dreams, Embrace Life,” Andy Asher, editor of BloomerBoomer.com talks to Simon and Carla about Sailing Ocean Fox Simon Simon comes from Gloucestershire in the west of England. After finishing school Simon studied the technical aspects of the theatre and stage design at Bristol Old Viv Theatre School. After a seven-year career in the Theatre Simon went on to start his own company in the corporate events industry. Over a period of thirty-plus years Simon has worked and produced events in forty-four countries for corporate and sports clients as well as international government events. Simon has two children Jasmine 26 and JamieJon 23 both living in the UK. Sailing has always been part of Simon’s life from the age of eight when he learned to sail with his father. Simon has owned four yachts previously ranging in size from 27’ to 36’. He use to sail the south coast of the UK, the Channels Islands and the north coast of France. Carla and Simon met during the summer of 2015 and were married in Barbados in January 2017. Two days later Carla suggested they sell the house, buy a boat and sail the seven seas. In March 2018 they did just that. Carla ​ Carla had to leave her birth country, Angola, by the age of ten due to the civil war. With her parents, they moved back to Portugal. “I think it was the first sign in my life, that I loved to travel”. After a short stop in Portugal, the family moved to Rio in Brazil, where Carla spent her teenage years and went to University. By the age of twenty, Carla had independently moved to San Francisco, California. Carla spent the next three years enjoying as much as she could of the city and the surrounding area. Carla returned to Portugal in 1992 with Jessica, now 28, and Rafaela is now 23. After running a successful real estate agency, by Christmas 2011 Carla was in London and decided to make it her new home. Less than two months later she was moving to one of the biggest cities in the world.

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