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You are right, it is just a long day sail, not the Northwest Passage.
I took my daugher and two friends out for a sunrise sail this morning, not enough wind to go against the current but enough for easy sailing with the current. Sunrise on the river is spectacular.
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It's almost always a "motor all the way" type a trip when ever going north or south on the river.

Today was a rare day for us! Nice 10-15 (guessing) winds from the east! we were sailing well deployed and leaning about 15-20 degrees. and there wasn't much weather helm either. I was very pleased with the new used sails for my boat! even got to close haul the main and jib a few times! It was hot though.. sweltering again like it's been for weeks. This was late in the day. the winds started building about 3 pm
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Just bumping the thread.
Out for a sail this morning, slalom cans and nuns (if you can call two cans and a nun a slalom) off Eddystone and Chester.
Out on slack at low and return on the flood. Low 90's F with 5kn breeze, clocked 4.5 kn SOG before the flood increased. Windward return but with the flood.
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Getting together information for availability of picinic pavilion/area for September 18.

So far interest from;
RhythmDoctor
RockDawg
Denise
Chef2Sail
FlybyKnight
Eryka
WWilson
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Let me know approximate numbers for the picnic, including anyone arriving by land.
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Let me know approximate numbers for the picnic, including anyone arriving by land.
Two by sea, s/v Virginia Dare. Thanks for the coordination Ulladh!
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We're going to pass on this one, but look forward to seeing all the pics!!! Y'all have fun now
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Ulladh - Sorry about the delayed response. We've been at Lake Wallenpaupack all week, sailing the Phantom plus one afternoon on a friend's Catalina 250.

I really hope to come by boat on Friday, departing about the same time as you. I'll have to confirm that I have a 1st mate, because I'm not ready to single-hand yet. Count on Lori and me for the picnic. There is a chance my youngest son will join us, but that will depend on a whole lot of factors that we will not learn about until he starts school in September.
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If what you are referring to is this comment that I made, it was based on observations of OpenCPN's directional arrows showing the direction and magnitude of the current, not based on any misunderstanding of someone's words. It appears from that software that if the Delaware River is in flood current, then the current through the canal is going from the Delaware to the Chesapeake. If the Delaware is in ebb, then the opposite is true.

However, if you have personal observations that contradict this, please let me know, since open source software is known to have a occasional bug.
When I come up Delaware Bay to the Chesapeke, I try to time it so that I get to the C&D a little after the flood ends, so that I'll have a fair current heading west on the canal.
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Update

Potluck Picnic 3:30 PM Saturday September 18, 2010 location when I get a better guestimate on numbers.

7:30 PM Saturday September 18, 2010 CHESAPEAKE INN RESTAURANT after sunset on the deck.

Post on this thread or send me a PM if you will be there, including numbers and if by boat.
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We will make it by evening on Saturday. Its a Good 6 hours from Baltimore.

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