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Old 05-09-2016, 07:27   #1
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Taking the plung

We are in Minnesota and are purchasing a 1996 Hunter 33.6. Her mast height is 56 feet.
Our plan is to take her down the Mississippi to the Gulf and end up in Ft Myers.
We would like to find out what bridges we will have difficulty passing under.
We have 2 years to plan for this.
We gave up our Mississippi charts when we sold our last boat. Updating charts and navigation systems are part of getting ready for our move and future sailing plans so we will have many questions.
This forum is a great place and has spurred us on.
Thanks ahead of time.
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Old 05-09-2016, 10:23   #2
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Re: Taking the plung

Here's a PDF of the TenTom waterway guide. Bridge heights in it are listed in Appendix B.

Enjoy your trip
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