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How far from shore will it be? how will you get power out to it, it is not like you can run it off the boat batteries, they are pretty powerful motors, and will take some amperage to run it. Just does not seem like a good idea for a couple of weeks of sailing. Another concern is that there is a lot of junk that flows out most rivers in the spring, like fallen trees and trash that I sure would not want dragging my boat with it.
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The boat is about 200 feet from shore, I'm bringing air tube for the bubblers from shore not electricity to the boat, junk is not a concerne where will be the boat there is not current. Only concerne is wind from north and I will try to put some kind of protection at the bow
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