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post #8 of Old 02-24-2010
mooregm5
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Originally Posted by Gary M View Post
Actually you can do the canal itself in 5 days but it generally takes a day to get your mast down and most of a day to get it back up. The canal is a very nice trip even motoring with your mast on the boat. Then two days down the Hudson to NYC and I guess you are home.

You can easily make Huron to Erie in two days and depending on how hard you push 2-3 days to across Erie. Then you are near Buffalo where you take your mast down and enter the canal.

PM me if you need additional info or maybe an experienced crew to help out.

Gary
Boy you keep your boat moving! Gary is right, you can do as he says in 9 days, but I would not plan on that. Add in a day or two for rest and/or weather issues. I also forgot to mention that if you plan on moving the boat in early May, locks are on a reduced time schedule (roughly 9am-5pm), this will slow you down a day too.

If you go, enjoy your trip.

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