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Old 04-20-2011
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Barry...come to the Chesapeake. Great anchorages and towns all around. It is after all where the country was really first settled so some of the towns date almost back to John Smith time.

Many of the towns are like the NE towns along the Sound and in Conn and RI. There is a good charter company in Rock Hall which would have a larger boat like you have chartered before and its bnot an arm and a leg.

I am also sure many of the Sailnetters down here would like to meet or help. You and I almost met our last trip to LI in Port Jeff.

Feel free to PM for more info

Dave
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