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Old 09-27-2004
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ICW Issue

Ahoy,
Need some updated info. on an anchorage at Mile 263.8 known as Sloop Point.
Capt. Bob cites the entrance and channel as marked.
The ICW Norfolk to Miami by the Moeller''s cites all markings have been removed.
Can anyone supply updated info. on this location?
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Help

I am new to this thread system and could use some help

i am also looking to travel south from close to Jacksonville NC in January, is this realy dumb? as i have never been on the ICW and don't know if this is possible. i might be buying an ODay 27 to travel in as she in on Ebay for a great price. i live in Vancouver BC where we sail all year but it is real cool some days in winter.

is there a way to find these threads again once i close the browser?

thanks in advance for any help you can give Dreamer

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From Jacksonville south might be cool, rainy, windy but not bad. The further south, the better. South Georgia and Florida are famous for their wintertime sailing.

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You should really start a new thread.
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