"When I was in college, everyone wanted to come down and party on it," said Carrion, who has lived on the boat and now docks it at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels. "Eventually I had different relationships, and when I got married it became a [point of] contention. When you have a first love, the spouse feels a little shorted. My girlfriend broke up with me in May and felt she was second fiddle, so to speak. By the same token, it's opened a lot of doors to meeting interesting people. I'm very fortunate in many respects; there were a couple of snafus there, too."