t’s a few days before thanksgiving when I speak to Stephanie Rovers at her home in Upstate New York. Her grandchildren are laughing and playing in the background as she multitasks prepping a family feast with our interview, as well as planning for her and her husband, Adrian’s, next adventure: a five-month, around-the-world cruise on a 900-passenger ship. The voyage will take the enterprising duo from Cuba to Thailand, arriving home by spring, just in time to launch their beloved Galeon 510 Skydeck for another summer of cruising around their backyard of Lake Champlain and beyond. The Roverses are seafaring enthusiasts through and through. In fact, in the two years since buying the 510 Skydeck, the couple has amassed 600 hours on her motors and thousands of nautical miles under her hull, cruising from their Plattsburgh, New York, home into Canada, as well as down the Eastern Seaboard, across to the west coast of Florida, around to the Keys, and into the Bahamas and back. And while most cruisers would find a nice marina to dock at and rest after a day’s travels on a trip of this magnitude, this couple has another passion: golf.