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Old 07-07-2009
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OH, that's right, you're not used to having real wind to sail in.

We often get 18-20 knots of wind here on Buzzards Bay...

But, you're right, that's a pretty long sail for a 30' monohull.
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Originally Posted by denby View Post
Joe,

Are you going to be able to get to Cuttyhunk from Hingham Bay in one day? It seams to be a long way for a 30 ft boat? How many miles is it?
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