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sailing (delivery) from Panama city, FL to Savannah , GA

hi ,
i'm looking for somebody who can sail ( delivery ) my sailboat Irwin 1973 32' from Panama City , Fl to Savannah , GA this summer.
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Philippe
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Panama City to Savanna GA

This is a 4 to 5 day trip through the ICW and you can do it yourself very easily.

Check out the route down the coast then through the Lake accross Florida and then up the ICW.

I've done it many times skippering tugs towing barges accross the lake from one side of Florida to the other.

You can do yourself if you have the time so PM me and I'll give you the route to follow as most of it is inside on flat water.

Fair winds and following seas,

Jim
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This trip is not a 4-5 day trip. It will take 2 days under good conditions to get to Ft. Meyers from Panama City , where you get on the waterway across Florida. You can expect 2-3 days across Florida depending on weather, groundings, and your ability to find nav-aids in the dark. From Stuart to Savanna , you can expect 3-4 days or more if you follow the ICW. I regularly deliver boats along these routes as part of my business. Feel free to contact me about specifics about this route or details about my services. Go to my profile for contact info.
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longer if your mast height is over 48'
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Cool I've done it a couple hundred times

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