ROBERT LINDEMAN - NANTUCKET
After living in New England for over 22 years, Robert Lindeman has fallen in love with vacationing on Nantucket Island. Robert Lindeman thinks of Nantucket fondly as his "home away from home". Being an avid sailor, Lindeman enjoys sailing off the coast taking in the beautiful scenic views. Over the years he has sailed a variety of boats such as:
- Hobie 16
- Rhodes 19
- Marshall Cat
His dream is to one day own a Beetle Cat.
Nantucket is a small island located just 30 miles south of Cape Cod. The island has served as a popular tourist destination for many years. In the summer months, the population generally swells up from its usual 10,000 residents to over 50,000. Visitors travel to Nantucket for the island feel, dune-lined beaches, lighthouses, and the iconic wood-shingled buildings. Nantucket offers visitors a relaxing break away from reality where they can enjoy the warm weather paired with a nice cool breeze.
The Nantucket Historic District is a popular spot for tourists with its cobblestone streets, restaurants, and boutique shops. In 1966, the Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places. In 1975, the entire island was added. Many of the characters in Herman Melville's Moby Dick originate from Nantucket.
The Nantucket Historic District is a highly visited area with beautiful cobblestone streets, cute boutique shops, wonderful restaurants, and a friendly small town atmosphere. In 1966, the historic district was added to the National Register of Historic Places and in 1975 the entire island was included in the registry. Nantucket is known as a famous and historical site for many reasons including being the home of some of the characters from the classic American tale, Moby Dick.
For many years, Nantucket has served as a popular vacation not only for Robert Lindeman, but for many other notable guests including:
● Bill and Hillary Clinton
● Katie Couric
● Bill Gates
● Bill Belichick
● John Kerry
To read more about Nantucket and Robert Lindeman's passion for sailing, check out his Weebly page: http://robertlindeman.weebly.com/