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Old 01-11-2011, 12:19   #1
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Approaching Moser Channel from the North

I will be sailing from St. Pete to St. Augustine and I want cut through at the 7 mile bridge to save some time. As I round Sanibel it looks like I have a straight shot without any major shallows. I was planning on hitting the East Bahia Honda Channel then shoot through Moser channel. I draft 6 feet will I be pushing it? Should I go around Key West?

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