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Panama to New Jersey in may

Hello,

I am Sailing from Panama to Riverside New Jersey in May this year.
I am looking at pilot charts and planning my route. Looking for input regarding the leg through the Caribbean, then up the East coast.

The pilot charts indicate that the wind from Florida and up would be from the west/south west during late May/June. It Looks like it's possible to sail up the coast and not have to mess with the inter coastal waterway.

I understand the traffic is thick.

Local knowledge would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Panama to New Jersey in may

Would help to know if this is a cruise or a delivery. Considering the time of year, the earlier and faster the better and would be crucial to have hurricane contingencies in place especially into June
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