Having just ordered a drink from the bar, I was looking out at the empty Atlantic when the Indonesian concierge came to my table.
“I’m sure you know we have changed our course since you are a sailor,” she said.
Shaking my head sheepishly, I asked, “Why have we changed our course?”
Garfield “Gar” Wood bought Miss Detroit and Smith’s company, and for six years, Smith built race boats under Wood’s direction. By 1921 they had won five more Gold Cups and two Harmsworth Trophies.