Robin G. Coles is a passionate marine enthusiast and sailor who has interviewed countless industry experts as well as visited, interviewed personnel at, written about, and photographed hundreds of marine ports in the US and abroad.
The ocean both scares and exhilarates her, as it should any boater – one minute it is as calm and smooth as glass; the next a stark raving maniac, as crazy as life itself.
Though Robin has had many challenges in her life, she has always managed to bounce back. Her time on the ocean has been her most rewarding.
Robin has authored a newspaper column and a variety of articles, newsletters, case studies, reports, and technical documents about boating and non-boating topics.
Robin has been a shutterbug from as far back as she can remember. Her photographs have been featured on the cover of the 2008 Winthrop Phonebook, at the 2009 IPEVO show in Las Vegas, and on a local real estate website. To see/read her boating related media, go to TheNauticalLifestyle.com/TransientTalk. Her non-boating related media can be found at RobinGColes.com.
In Robin’s spare time she loves to walk the beach, photograph a variety of subjects, read good detective stories, travel, cook, crochet hats for preemie babies and shawls for four-to-six-year olds in cancer wards, write, and sail Boston Harbor.
Robin lives on a peninsula near Boston Harbor and Logan Airport, where she sails and works with business owners around the world via satellite phone and internet.