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post #9 of Old 10-30-2012 Thread Starter
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Re: Sailing Singled Handed & No Watch at Achor

Yes, the June time frame is the set on my Son graduating from HS. I think the Hurricane season ends in November. I was thinking of having a ports (safe harbor) along the entire chain of Caribbean islands as I sail south (island hoping). Now, safe harbor will not work in CAT 1's & 2's maybe 3's would get me in trouble. If I wait untll Nov. and sail safe, then, I'm pressed for time to get back to FL.

To: Hellosailor

I had No Idea that getting run over was a Big Issue. Wow, you're always on guard for dayliners rolling thru and No One on the bridge... thats scary. Also, my insurance is noll & void when single handed.. not good. Now, things are a little more complicated but I can work it out by settiing the boat up with the right (AIS Alert, etc.) equipment. I need to ... really watch the wx. close. I have a lot to learn and reading & reading, getting feed back here, so I'm learning and getting there.
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