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Event - Lake Erie 30 Mile Sail this summer

Hello All,

I am organizing a 30 mile casual sail around the Lake Erie Islands this summer.
All are welcome and it is free.

For more details goto CorkShare / Lake Erie 30 Mile Sailing (LakeErie30)

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Sounds great -- wish I could join. I enjoyed sailing about the islands while I lived in Ohio. The Great Lakes islands (Lake Erie included) are too often overlooked. I unfortunately never made it to Pelee; too lazy with passports. I'm quite curious at to the culture of the island -- being stuck in the middle of an "ocean", but it freezes in winter and is cold. And yet, from a Canadian prospective, it's the south. Hehe.. Almost Paradise

Almost forgot to say, don't be afraid of including / visiting Pelee. Heck, there was a group of guys who kayaked to it from Marblehead. Crazy eh?
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We will stay in US waters because of passport issues

I have a passport but unsure about the others so I decided to say in US waters.

The idea of this event is to have a short east cruise for the first timers.

Graham
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Good luck with your cruise. The course is very similar to one of the Sandusky Island race courses held on July 4th. Anchoring at Kelleys is only realistic with a W, SW, S, SE winds. Anything else is dicey.
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I could not open the site. I would be interested. Sail out of Cleveland.
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