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Old 03-04-2008
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Murphy,

The last three summers I spent one month at Utschs Marina. There are a fair amount of sailboats there. Cape May is made up of mostly power boats and tournement fishing boats. Rough sailing in Delaware Bay also...home of the square wave.

Do not even go to the Canyon Club across from Utschs. Its made up of 50ft+ power behemoths. We went over there witrh our 35ft C&C and some jerk with a cigar and no lie a 70 foot wave maker was washing his boat at the pumpout station and refused to move saying "sailboaters had no business there". Poetic justice was seeing him being towed back in the inlet when we were on our way out sailing. I just tipped my hat to him and blew my horn.

Dave
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