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Old 01-02-2016, 10:01   #16
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Re: Hello from Stuart Florida

Thanks to all who made recommendations. Looks like several good options.
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Re: Hello from Stuart Florida

Yes, huge thanks.

What is the inlet like to navigate? It gets some poor press.
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Re: Hello from Stuart Florida

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The middle fork is sailable but skinny at the edges especially at low tide as curious Sailor mentioned in an earlier post. But you can tack east of the Roosevelt Bridge up towards the Evans Crary Bridge. Wind direction will determine if you can sail to the inlet (probably motor sail) but you'll need to stay in the channel to get there.

Same can be said for north of the Mariott.

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Thanks. What's the tidal flow like in terms of range? Predominant winds, I.e., easterly on shore in winter and west off shore in summer?
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Thanks. What's the tidal flow like in terms of range? Predominant winds, I.e., easterly on shore in winter and west off shore in summer?
It's actually pretty good... Winter and spring.... Good time to hang out at the local bars...
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