Hi my name is Sheree Lincoln.

Artist & Web Designer
Paddle Board Instructor
Sailor ☆‿~⁀~🐬~‿~⁀☆

I honed my visual concept skills at the New York School of Interior Design in New York City back in the late 1970’s.  The jobs I worked during college led me to a slightly different career path as a New Accounts Manager on Wall Street working for the multi-million dollar investment firm Oppenheimer in their commodities division in the 1980’s.  This unique combination of an art and design education, business courses and work experience has served me well using both sides of my brain. In the early  2000’s I returned to college for Web Design to fine tune my skills.  I graduated Summa Cum Laude and have been consulting, designing and managing websites every since. I am a reseller of GoDaddy services through this website and my reseller store at www.shop.sailawayhosting.com

I work with a select group of clients who appreciate my unique skill set. When I am working creating your website it will be the only one I am installing at the time. I continue to do web consulting for the client’s I have developed over the last twenty years. I would be happy to speak with you about your website project. To learn more about my web services visit the SailAwayHosting.com Web Services Page – click here. For Pricing visit the Web Consulting Pricing Page – click here.

These days I divide my time between web consulting, giving guided paddle board tours and instruction in Fort Myers Beach, Florida through my business Sea Dog Eco Tours. I grew up sailing with my parents. After my Father retired they spent 25 years living on a sailboat a great part of the year and traveling the Florida Keys and the Carribean. I am continuing the tradition and now live on SV SpiritHawk, along with my life partner, James Reed, a fellow artist and 4th generation shipwright and Alaskan Native.

To see my art, learn more about it and my paddle boarding business please visit my personal website at www.shereelincoln.com. For my Social media links and contact information please visit my SailAway Hosting Contact Page – click here.

To learn more about James Reed, his wood boat building skills, his art and his indigenous heritage visit his personal website at www.kingsawin.com

To learn more about SV SpiritHawk, a 1972 Pacific North West Schooner, follow her @sailingspirithawk on Facebook and Instagram.