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captbill_98 is on a distinguished road
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Can anyone tell me the distances from:
San Francisco to Seattle
and
San Francisco to Hawaii
Am planning a two week roundtrip from San Francisco and seeking a viable destination. Any other offshore destinations would be welcome, altho having brought the boat up from San Diego I would not relish a repeat of THAT experience. I don''t need additional offshore experience, just want to do a two week shakedown of the vessel in deep water.
Suggestions for the optimal time for the journey would also be welcome.
Thanks,
Bill Robinson
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Herby Roth is on a distinguished road
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Bill:
I believe it is 590 nautical miles from S.F. to Seattle and 2074 nautical miles from S.F. to Hawaii.

Herb

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manateee_gene is on a distinguished road
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Try taking your boat around Pt. Reyes!!
Do Not do it in the AFTERNOON.
Sounds like Conception might have bit you!!
The fisherman always round thaaat critter in
10 to 15 fathoms.Best time after 2200 hours!
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