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Re: Maine sailing community

Originally Posted by Tankvictorian View Post
My plans have changed to docking at Dimillo's. I have no more money to do anything. So i figure I will dock and keep busy for the winter season. Hopefully save so money. I actually don't pick up the boat until next week. I will be sail it from Boothbay to portland. How long do you think it will take to sail?
I just looked at charts. I havent bought any yet. I know I have to.
Thanks I will check out that site.
Depending upon wind, and how good a sailor you are Boothbay can be done in about 5 hours on the low end and 10+ on the high side. I would suggest going outside Seguin on a new to you boat as the currents and sucked under lobster pots can be pretty bad going inside. You can also go through the Gut, bridge opens on the hour, and come out in Ebenecook and sail out the Sheepscot, if the tide is right......

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