Then I had a Sailing Singles party at my home and he came to that." The pair never looked back and married in 2007.Sailing Singles has had something of a healthy track record for singles meeting future spouses."I think in one year we had five marriages," says Pam.The Sheraton hotel in Annapolis, Maryland, is abuzz with chatter, the clinking of glasses, high-pitched laughter, and loud guffaws.If you didn't know better, you might think you'd walked into a wedding reception or a high-school reunion. It's a Singles on Sailboats (SOS) club rendezvous, one of their regular Sunday brunches, social hours, and speaker dates, and I've been invited in by Commodore Sandy Huberfeld, a petite dark-haired social whirlwind.It might all sound like any regular club, but there's one distinct difference. Several times over the course of the next three hours, I hear stories about people helping each other move, picking each other up from appointments, or fetching and carrying when someone's seriously ill.In other words, all the things those with spouses or family nearby take for granted.C., Northern Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
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"I think he asked for my number and then he didn't call," she laughs.
"We met again at another event, and he claimed he'd lost it and asked for it again.