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Re: Any sailors in new england?

Casco Bay and environs.
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Re: Any sailors in new england?

My boat is in the Piscataqua River on the ME NH border.

If I sailed, it would be the southern coast of Maine. Since I currently lack an engine, I polish things and dream.
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Any one up for a raft up in the sakonnet river or mt hope bay?
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Any one up for a raft up in the sakonnet river or mt hope bay?
Can't say that I'll make it but I know I'd pick Fogland on the Sakonnet or much better the Kickamuit River / Hurricane Hole at the north end of Mt. Hope Bay.
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SBL, be sure you know what you're getting yourself in to. Will rafters want to head to shore for lunch/dinner, are all going to be of drinking age, etc, etc.
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Re: Any sailors in new england?

I sail out of Bullock Cove.

My stompin' ground includes the Providence River, West Passage, East Passage, Mount Hope Bay, and the Sakonnet River. I even brought my boat through the pass between Prudence and Patience at low tide .
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Re: Any sailors in new england?

Well in tiverton if you plan to get off your boat plan on leaving your dinghy on a beach cause there isn't one public dock alowin acess to stores or restruants.
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Well in tiverton if you plan to get off your boat plan on leaving your dinghy on a beach cause there isn't one public dock alowin acess to stores or restruants.
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Re: Any sailors in new england?

o sorry i was thinking reasonble places were you don't have to be rich to eat at lol. there is a seafood reasturant/ shack on the porsmouth side. but fogland would be a good place.
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