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Old 03-02-2011
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first time on big water

I live in Indiana and only sailed my Macgregor v222 on the Ohio river wish to get to the coast and sail in the Florida keys I am trying to figure out where to start boat is almost ready but need to get more info on the coast sailing planing to try for June or July
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Not much wind then and lots of T-Storms. Put in at KW and then sail out to the lighthouse (Sand Key) to go snorkelling.
Maybe put in at Bahia Honda State PArk and sail about there and go out to Leou (sp?) Key for snorkelling. Bahia Honda has a good anchorage and a ramp.
There is a KOA near Key West with a good ramp and nice facilities you could use to launch.
Bring a fan cuz it will be hot. Bring screens too cuz there's bugs. Get a bimini and lots of sunscreen, you'll need them.
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parking the truck and trailer will be your biggest problem.

homestead bayfront park, south dade marina, grassy key marina, are the places I know...

oh, its hot and buggy, until it rains then is humid too. now until april-may are better.
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