hmmmm, I was planning on doing this trip in late july and was oringally thinking go through the Long Island Sound, for scenery, shelter, possible stop by my old college, etc.
Maybe I will check the weather/wind forcasts before doing so and choose either through the sound or south of the sound the morning of the sail. I do remember many windless days at sailing practice at Kings Point in July/August, and those started at 4.... but there were also some days with good breeze, guess the weather forcast will pick it for me.
How far off Long Island do you typically need to stay if you go south of the island?
New owner of a Lippincott 30!
Hailing from the West River, MD