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Re: Liveaboards in Annapolis

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Originally Posted by kd3pc View Post
and a lot of big ship traffic...
That statement is so misleading, and shouldnt be used as criteria as it is a misleading one You make it sound like you are close to the ships.

Most of the big carriers are down between Ft McHenry and the Key Bridge and it is big wide open 3 mile river there.

The big ships traffic stay in a small channel and is the same big ship traffic you see in the channels in the Chesapeake as they have to go somewhere to leave baltimore? In ten years we have never had a problem or encoutered one of them. The Severn River is a lot more crowded with darting vessels than the Patapsco.
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