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^5 here on Long Island Sound
Is it to early to launch my 381?
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Hard water here , Still driving on it!....Dale
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Re: Spring launch?

Not to early as long as you can maintain a little heat in
engine compartment if by chance we get a cold spell.
Can you leave your fresh water winterized for a few more weeks?
Winter seems to be over but as Yogi says..."It ain't over
till it's over".
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Re: Spring launch?

Boats are already starting to go in by me, albeit it only a few. I'm going in the first of April-ish.
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New record for me, launched on March 29th
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Re: Spring launch?

Great weather here on the East Coast of the Emerald Isle.
Record breaking tempreatures agus blue skies.
Just a good clean up inside and its all systems go, after I sort out the battery trouble.:
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Going in early May here in southern Maine
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It will be mid 70s in NY this weekend!
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Looks to be a gorgeous Saturday predicted on the New England coast. Calm morning and evening with wind building to the mid teens during the day and 70 degrees. We are hoping to hoist the sails on Saturday. Fingers crossed!
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