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|02-09-2011 10:13 AM|
|neoxaero||i think i smell a troll..|
|01-30-2011 05:43 PM|
did pretty well. I Had a Coronado 25 for 10 years on and out of
San Francisco Bay, nice day sailor.
|01-30-2011 04:42 PM|
Northwest Passage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
S.S. Manhattan breaks through the Northwest Passage - CBC Archives
|01-30-2011 01:28 PM|
|01-30-2011 01:23 PM|
|Jace2||Thanks so much for your help, sailors (and or sailorettes). Do any of you know about the civilized areas up there along the coast? I mean, is there a navigational way through the Northwest Passage that you can take that has ports, supply stops, that sort of thing every so many - but not too many - miles? Or is it all miles upon miles stretch of barren, wilderness coast?|
|01-30-2011 12:39 PM|
even with up to date charts the hard stuff keeps moving around.
On the other hand the food keeps well without refrigeration.
|01-30-2011 12:33 PM|
A minor detail: Unless you are cutting close to Greenland, the Northwest Passage is all Canadian until you are directly north of Alaska.
Another minor detail: The charts for that area are very few and have very little detail.
Another minor detail: IT will be very cold up there even in the summer. So you won't be laying out on deck soaking up rays....
|01-30-2011 11:23 AM|
Originally Posted by MarkCK View Post
I know I need more skills, and over the next couple of years, I hope to gain that experience, and perhaps head out. It's good I'm a Christian because I'll definitely need God on that one, huh?
|01-29-2011 05:52 PM|
|01-29-2011 05:34 PM|
|mitiempo||It's not me.|
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