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Re: advice on sailing around Cape Hatteras?

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Auspicious,

"If you already have a laptop you can be set up for $100US or less to receive weather fax on board." Are you talking about an SSB radio?
I am not Dave, but I guess this may be it

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2. JV Comm 32
or HF Weather Fax
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hf-w...394199597?mt=8
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Dawg: Has it been over a year already? Boy does time fly after 50!
Think will even get better, please look forward to your 70's or 80's LOL
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Re: advice on sailing around Cape Hatteras?

Drake,

If you are making landfall near NY, please let me know. I'd like to buy your crew a beer, if only to show my appreciation for the videos you made about towing that disabled sailboat awhile back.

I bet there are a few other sailnetters in the area that would join us too.

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