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Rehoboth beach DE Sunday & Monday

I will be down in Delaware this Sunday and Monday to visit the inlaws and am interested in bringing my 17ft Siren down in July. Is anyone available to show me good places to launch and maybe a sail. I am learning and honestly have only been on a sailboat where I am a captain so I could really use some experience...

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See if Rehoboth Bay SA will offer a temp membership...

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