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Chesapeake depths

Second time you said this.

Not sure where you went sailing on the Chesapeake. Was your Annapolis experience your only one. The Chessy is plenty deep to sail in and once out of the rivers and creeks I never worry about depth except in obvious places . Up to 6 miles in width at the narrowest place.

This is from Pooles Island down to the mouth about 300 miles.

Dave
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