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RD on the move to Hyannis Port: 2012, #03

Wearherwise is looking good. On route to Norfolk now, Captain and I will be leaving first thing in the morning. This is my 4th time with the captain and his boat.

Light wind in the morning and wind will increase and shift to southern in the evening. Will sail parallel to the coast until Cape May and veer off to cape cod, weather permitting. Back up plan will be sandy hook, hell gate. Etc.

All most 400 nm. Hopefully, will be done in 3 days. Be Back on Tuesday.


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Re: RD on the move to Hyannis Port: 2012, #03

Fair winds and following seas Rdog
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Re: RD on the move to Hyannis Port: 2012, #03

Left Rebel marina at 8 am. Light westerly wind with current behind us, we were doing 6.5 kn with 1000 rpm. Got thru the tunnel less than 2 hrs. Wind died. Motoring now with 6 kn.

Wind should pick up later today.

BTW: Rebel has free use of their car for airport pickup and grocery shipping. A plus for us.


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