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Just relocated to Bay area. Have 32'' sloop in Richmond Bay Marina. Any recommendations on day cruises, weekend cruises and 1 week cruises/destinations. Any recommendations on marinas if going to SF for the day or night. Thoughts on where not to go and any general comments appreciated. Thank you.
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PS,

Here are a few ideas from an x-SF Bay sailor:

1) Day sail to Angel Island, hike to the top & picnic.

2) Week End Saturday sail to Vallejo, tie up at the Vallejo YC sail back on Sunday.

3) Vacation, cruise to the Sacremento Delta spend 4-5 days in the warm fresh water.

4) Offshore to Santa Cruz (weekend) or

5) around Farallons.

In the summer with the typical 25+ kt wind, and your LWL you will be able to cover a pretty fair range.

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I have extensive experience with the SF Bay. Visit my site at http://morgansailing.tripod.com and correspond with me and share the experiences of others on my forum.

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You''all forgot Sam''s deck in Tiburon (a must) AND warnings about the sand bars in the Delta which 20 year Bay sailors still run aground on !!
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