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03-05-2004 02:16 PM
jbanta
Vancouver Is West Coast

Hi, You may wabt to come onto the PacificNorthwest board abd ask that question. From what I have seen on the list the north to south sail is much more comfortable sail but I am sure one of our lifelong PNWer would be able to answer better than I. Can''t beat that local knoledge
03-05-2004 12:43 AM
aurorahs
Vancouver Is West Coast

I''m sailing from Tacoma to Alaska in July and am debating between following the Inside Passage or going up the west coast of Vancouver Is.

I''d like to hear from anyone who has sailed along the west coast of Vancouver Is.

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