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If the wind and weather is favorable, it'd be easier to go around Cape Ann, IMHO, since the Annisquam is pretty shallow in many areas, and if you don't catch the bridges at the right time it can get squirrely.
Timing the Cape Cod Canal is very important, so it might be worth consulting Eldridge or Reed's and planning accordingly. Try not to go through if the wind is out of the Southwest, since that can cause some nasty standing waves at the Buzzards Bay side.
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