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I think the big thing working against you is the 50' boat i also own a 19' powerboat as well as the J24 which i use to keep in South Jamesport ,Greenport and Orient Harbor as i worked my east to be closer to the racing


In 2007 we used the 19' powerboat every weekend out of the Jamesport ramp and travled as far as Fishers Island and were not able to get dock space for lunch 90% of the time on weekends.


And for whats is worth it takes me a few hours even in the powerboat at 20 knots to go from Greenport to Montauk



It has also made a few trips to Block Island were even with a reservation they packed us in buy walking over boats

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If a dirty bottom slows you down what do you think it does to your boat
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