By Diane M. Byrne Ocean Glory was built in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1935. The yacht's original name was Destiny. Note the lovely canoe stern, a hallmark of her era. The funnel on the flying bridge cleverly houses a small refrigerator. The removable bimini up here permits sunbathing. The aft main deck is ideal for breakfast. Ocean Glory's saloon looks much as it did in the 1930's. All-white walls give a sense of brightness and spaciousness to the master stateroom. The forepeak stateroom benefits from an opening skylight. Children would be comfortable in this guest stateroom. Modern conveniences like a TV are in each stateroom.