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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

would the San Juans or SGI be to far away?
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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

San Juan will be my home stomping grounds so that would be great

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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

I have a slip at Skyline and just need to get bottom paint on her and get it sailed to Anacortes. I've been waiting on good weather to paint

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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

Sorry been away sailing. Moving my own newboat. Curently based Pt Roberts. Back to work for next 2 weeks then may be able to take you out for an afternoon. If I get my sail fixed
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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

Cool thanks for the invite. I'm moving her to Anacortes tomorrow.

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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

Maybe you should watch the weather. I'm hearing from noaa that northern inland waters including Friday harbor, oak harbor and Everett could have gusts up to 40 today. I personally don't think it will be THAT windy but maybe this afternoon maybe tomorrow might get like last weekend when you decided against going.
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Re: New boat owner looking for day ride PNW

It was not that windy in PA or PT today....BUT the weather forecast does not look good for friday, saturday looks reasonable. Unless motoring up/sailing to a degree up the inside part to the swinomish channel. That would be my first choice with a newer boat etc. A lot less issues up that way than around the west side of whidbey. Not that going up that side is an issue..........will be doing that around july 4.

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