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Old 22-10-2010, 02:18   #16
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Today would be a good day to make some distance south. Winds out of the NW at 15-20 G25 (or less, depending on where you are), and the waves shouldn't be too bad near the western shore of The Bay. Tomorrow, the forecast is for SW 10-15, so you'll be hard on it.

Mill Creek/Great Wicomico to Hampton Roads makes for a long day. Get started early, or stop over in Jackson Creek and do it in two.

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Old 26-10-2010, 09:04   #17
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When you get to the bottom of the Bay, stop in Hampton (hang a right immediately after crossing the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel and follow the channel carefully). You can tie up at the marina there, or at the Hampton Yacht Club, which has to be the friendliest place ever.

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We are leaving Mystic in two or three weeks.
I can't wait since it is getting colder.

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RS -- try deltaville - a good day sail - then norfolk hospital pt - from there we do the great dismal to elizabeth city and then a few stops until beaufort, nc

just what we do

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Weather may be nasty tomorrow. We will leave Annapolis on Thursday after 12N. We are heading straight to Hampton overnight. There are numerous boats heading to Hampton from Annapolis for the Carib1500. We leave for Tortola 11/1, weather permitting.
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yeah the weather isnt looking great. think we are going to wait till thurs as well. maybe we will pass each other in the bay speciald. thanks for the info chuck pretty sure we are going to take the dismal swamp route.

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