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Tampa Bay area mini cruise ideas

My Admiral and I are bareboating a Beneteau 323 out of St Pete next week for a 3 day / 2 night mini cruise. Basic idea, if the weather cooperates, is to visit Egmont Key on day one, anchor overnight somewhere near the Manatee river, and "play it by ear" for day two & night two, possibly returning to St Pete or possibly spending another night on the hook somewhere along the south side of the Bay.

Any "don't miss" sights or spots that we should be taking account of?

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Re: Tampa Bay area mini cruise ideas

Hi Mike,

I was looking around the site for others who were (had) sailed in the Tampa Bay area and ran across your post. Did the weather cooperate on your trip to the Bay so you could do some cruising?

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