32A is mid sound off cold spring harbor. I sailed out of Greenwich and Byram Park to the East of Greenwich. About opposite Oyster Bay on the Cold spring Harbor side my great aunt had 40 acres up on that bluff. Early 60's. She was true New Yorker and had b stone up town too. Sailing was faster than driving but we had to change clothes....lol... stuffy formal times. The worst weather I have had bar none is on the north beaches at the east end of long island. You can't come in under the shelter of the bluffs because there are boulders off the beaches. I came into Deer Island once for sail repairs. We blew out the top of the main while reefed in. Also lost the clew grommet on a storm tri sail jib. I admit my hull was working when I sold it back to the original owner's daughter but I did sail dry bottom for many years. The closest winning race I ever had in the "Ed Lu" was passing the north bell on block island and going into a spinnaker with half boat overlap and then finishing off Stamford 6 minutes late when they had to give 8 min. Both boats had to vere off at about 10pm that night while tacking NW to head to Plum Gut. We ran way south of BI before we headed home. swels were running 10 feet at the time. The boat (Vat 69 , then Ganymede) I was on was later bought by TJ Watson as a retirement gift for his captain I saw it up in Bath Maine many years later. Over 40 years ago.