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Old 15-03-2007, 15:41   #1
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Does anyone have any experience with the ICW in New Jersey? Is it passable from Sandy Hook to Cape May?
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Contact Eugene Kashpureff on 7knots web sight. He has his boat in our marina and has sailed that area often. Look in the captains logs to contact him.
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Only if you have a 3.5-4ft draft and even 4 ft. can get tricky according to recent reports. Far easier is to day sail or motor in good weather outside:
1.Night ...Manasquan inlet
2.Night...Atlantic City Inlet
3.Night...Cape May Inlet
All good inlets in most weather.
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