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Old 11-23-2012
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Re: Sailing Hawk Channel at night?

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I can't be stuck in Key West waiting for weather window. Flying home and return to Key West when the weather is clear is just a pain and added cost I wanted to avoid Rockdawg.
Are you single handing? Are you the Captain of this boat? Do what is safest, especially if others lives are entrusted to you. added cost and running a schedule should not trump safety.

Dave
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