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Re: Why Children should go cruising

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Originally Posted by labatt View Post
Best places on the east coast for kids (that we stopped at)? Lots of activities for both adults and kids that aren't tough to get to when anchored off in the following locales:

Charleston, Beaufort (NC), Norfolk, Annapolis, New York City, Mystic (Long Island Sound), Cape Cod and then several points in Maine if you want to go that far north.

I also hear nice things about Savannah but we didn't make it there.

Let me know if you have questions about any of these spots.

P.S. If you make it as far as NY in August, and are still on the Hudson side of NY, we'll meet up with you for a few days.
We may do that. I will drop you a pm later today or tomorrow. We head to Bimini (hopefully) this weekend and may hang in the Abacos a few weeks. After that, well, we are open for suggestions. Going to post this as a thread on sn too.

Thanks again and lets chat!

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