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Old 01-09-2011, 19:54   #1
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Thoughts on Itinerary, Please - Milwaukee to Sheboygan

My wife and me have sailed Milwaukee to Kenosha to Racine to Milwaukee a few times - it's a nice two-night trip. Have also done Milwaukee to Port Washington and back - nice one-night trip

What are your thoughts on Milwaukee to Sheboygan to Port Washington to Milwaukee? Is the first leg - Milwaukee to Sheboygan in a single day - generally doable without arriving in the dark?

We are going this weekend - 26 ft S2 8.0B with 9.9 merc Bigfoot on the back. We have a spinnaker. If it's not doable, we will do Racine /Kenosha again.

Thanks for your thoughts!
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Re: Thoughts on Itinerary, Please - Milwaukee to Sheboygan

With an early start, you should be able to cover 50 nm during daylight ( 13 Hrs).
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Old 02-09-2011, 17:31   #3
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Thanks much for your post. That sounds about right . . . And more than we want to do in a day. Racine and Kenosha it is. Have a great weekend.
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