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Kingston to Toronto

New to sailing bought a boat 26 Nonsuch in Kingston Ont. Anyone out there interested in sailing from Kingston to Toronto ? This weekend or next week .
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Re: Kingston to Toronto

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Sorry I don't have the time to help. With that said if the boat you bought was the blue 26 footer at POH, congrads she's a really beauty. And if not, still congrats because I have yet to see a Nonsuch that doesn't turn my head as I walk by. Their owners seem to be sticklers about upkeep


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Re: Kingston to Toronto

I can't help (I'm splashing this week) but I agree the Nonsuch is a great looking boat!

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Re: Kingston to Toronto

Hi bvio,
I responded by PM but I realize you are a new member so can't respond via PM yet. Please check my message and you can reach me by e-mail.
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Re: Kingston to Toronto

I chatted with bvio briefly. He mentioned he has someone to attempt the move this weekend, and hopefully he's got it on a truck at the Bluff's by Tuesday.

By my quick calculation, that's about 130nm uphill. The pressure map shows a large high pressure system moving in so the wind will stay from the west/northwest, and I guessed about 8knots but the marine forecast is calling fro 12knots against him. I'm going to guess he'll make an average of 5.5knots for a 24hr trip of motoring with no pitstops and not much sailing if he's planning to be back by Monday.

I'm itching to get out sailing so I'm a little jealous. Good luck bvio.
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Re: Kingston to Toronto

We're sailing our new to us C&C 30 from Toronto to Kingston, any tips? thanks
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