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Chef, Mt Sinai is a great harbor, but no anchoring. No room, not permitted. The Yacht club has a couple of guest moorings, and the town dock accepts transients. Port Jeff is right next door with lots of room to anchor.
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trip dates

Hello,

Some dates to be aware of:
2010 Block Island Race week is June 21-25. So forget about the weekend before and the weekend after. The next week has July 4 on the following Sunday. So I plan on going to Block the week of July 11.

I haven't worked out the particulars yet. I might leave Sat, July 10 and sail to Mattituck or Greenport. Then I would go to Block on Sunday.

Of course this all depends on the weather.

My crew would be my wife and 3 kids (girls age 15 and 12, boy who is 9).

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Allright folks...time to put in for vacation for this trip. When are we doing it? I think this decision should be based on when when the best weather window is generally present (those of you lifelong LI Sound sailors would know better than me),
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I hope to join up with some of you folks this summer. I
t looks like I will be spending most of the summer living aboard my Freedom 33 in Mattituck as I am pretty sure I will not be staying at my current marina in Greenport after the next couple of weeks. I will keep an eye on this thread to see if I can connect with those of you that are passing by my way and hope to be able to arrange to go along with the trip to Block. My schedule is very busy inthe summer as I work on boats but I should be able to put together a couple of weeks to do block and thereabouts. Rick
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Re: Port Washington to Block Island

We are leaving Port Wash June 13, Weds Sailing out east to Mystic along Connectoicut

Hope to meet some of you.
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Re: Port Washington to Block Island

fsp,

This is an old thread from a couple years ago.

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