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Re: sailing as i write

I also hit a t storm. Had oars stowed in dinghy behind boat. Dinghy capsized, oars lost. Other than that not a bad day so long as anchors dont drag. I have two our bow and stern. Ind is supposed to change to north tonight. I have my anchor drag alarm onlets hope ityou stays silent. Thank youyou all-
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Re: sailing as i write

Tried to post this before but it seemed to get lost; Sailnet was down late this morning (EDT?) Anyway: The direction of the current in the ICW could be fair or foul for each segment of your trip depending on how close you are to the inlet. If the tide is (for example) ebbing, the water will be rushing toward the nearest cut or inlet. As you proceed, the current will be fair till you get alongside that inlet, then foul as you motor or sail parallel to the shore away from that inlet and stay foul until you get to the divide where the water goes toward the next inlet in line, when your current will be fair again. If you compare your GPS speed over ground to your knotmeter speed through the water, you will know if it is fair or foul. Or look at a passing piling or daymark: water piles up on the side facing the current and there is a small slick behind on the downcurrent side.
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Low tide 8 am tomorrow, high 2 pm tomorrow, per: Pablo Creek, ICWW bridge*8720267*Tidal Data Daily View
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And slack current tomorrow lags low tide by about an hour: Tides.INFO: Ocean and river tide predictions for Pablo Creek bascule bridge, Florida Current (3d)) gives slack at 9:22 AM
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Re: sailing as i write

You are incredibly awesome. Thank you that is what i needed. So i will sleep in until 7i then and be ready to motor at 9the to catch the slack through the bridge. Im hopeing with the tide coming in after slack i can make good time until 2 when i goes low. Hopefully by that time ill be close enoguh to st augastine inlet to ride that as well. I have 37to miles to go and cant start until 9i am. Im averaging 33 mph right now. At least it doesnt get dark until late. Thanks again wind really thats exqctly what i needed i appreciate your time and help very much
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Im averaging 33 mph right now.
Wow. The engine repair must have been really, really, good.
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Re: sailing as i write

Today has been a great day. I left at 839tide and the san paublo was easily tamed. Rode the current down to spanish landing averaging 4 to 4.5. Hit a thunderstorm with some big gust. Tried to put my nose on the shore. Had to 75%you power to nose up and bust thorugh. Now im passing red 36 9 miles out of st augastine and the tide is going out so im avg 4 mph eight now. Have a slip reserved at comanchee cove to shower and enjoy some junk food out after all these salmon sandwishes. Tmmrw low tide is around 7630 which means i can leave at 8first and ride the town towards dayton. Sorry my phone is SO stupid. Anyway im hoping to reach daytona by end of travel tmmrw and finish up to nsb on sunday. So long as current favors me again tmmrw should be no issues until the approach to ponce where lots of shoaling is. Will keep you updated.
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Thank for the update. A little envious here. Enjoy the trip.

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Re: sailing as i write

I'm so glad that things are going well for you.
I read thru the post & it put a small on my face.

Good luck with the rest of your trip!
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