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Middle/upper Chesapeake bay mostly. I just googled BFS Global Regatta, sounds like fun! I would love to do a weather run against others in real time, as well as GPS logging of times. I like big wind and big waves, and sailing in storms (without lightning).

I'm supposed to be selling the Alberg soon, and people are looking at her currently. I don't want to sell her though, I am thinking of keeping her a bit longer...

another view, same day:

There are currently 2 short courses on the Chessie at Beverly Beach and Patuxent. And racers on those courses are the current leaders for each class - so they sail pretty well up there.
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