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Old 27-03-2010, 16:14   #16
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By the way, it probably goes without saying...but..Google earth is a great way to look at routes, anchorages, inlets, marinas, etc.
Just to get a general idea, for the lay of the land..as the shots are not current.
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Old 27-03-2010, 16:17   #17
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I thought I was out of the way. Is this not so?
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Oh I can't read this iPhone yes good room up behind the inner break water. Harbor of refuge.
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Old 27-03-2010, 17:01   #19
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Tenpest you are correct it's the Point Pleasant Canal - Most Norther Sailors just refer to it a all the tine as the manasquan Canal because thats where it starts going South, The problem I find is the Railroard Bridge there is a narrow passage way and waiting with the power boats and current I still believe is too much of a hassle even for an expeienced sailor - no room to move in on a busy day. Can't circle if forced to do so while waiting. The same with the Cape May Canal in mid June. ........... BS2
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Old 27-03-2010, 17:32   #20
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I understand...the currents do run strong in the river near the bridge.
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Old 27-03-2010, 21:19   #21
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Thanks posters. I've no need for NE US ICW info, but you've got the only interesting cruising thread on the forum. It interesting, seriously, I might come visit someday.
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Thanks

Thanks for all the great help.
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