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|10-17-2006 04:05 PM|
|halyardz||If you are looking for a Flordia Keys guide, you might try Young & Stinemetz’s Cruising the Florida Keys (2nd edition), I believe it is a relatively recent release and along with other guides, they have good website with updates http://www.cruisingguide.com/|
|10-17-2006 04:32 AM|
I have also planned on the Keys trip but I am still waiting for retirement. However the wife and I drove the keys this summer and I have done a lot of research.
Try this link: http://www.geocities.com/palmbeachboating/keys.html
Check out the reality check and the sample navigation guide. I found all of it interesting and seemed to be right on the money as far as I could see driving down. We loved Key West and the sunset sails were very good. I plan on going back (and a lot of other places) when we do not have a schedule anymore.
|10-14-2006 11:56 PM|
Thanks much camaraderie!
That should just about cover it.
|10-14-2006 08:42 PM|
Gary...try this link:
This one is also excellent for the "inside" route and anchorages:
|10-14-2006 06:53 PM|
I'll give it a look.
BTW: Where did you find the 2007 edition. West Marine only has the 2006 ??????
|10-14-2006 04:32 PM|
|ebs001||Styles... I just bought Dozier's Waterway Guide, Southern 2007 addition. Camaraderie above endorses it as well.|
|10-14-2006 10:38 AM|
Anyone here have a good sugggestion for a crusing guide to "Cruising The Florida Keys".
Current edition would be helpful.
|10-12-2006 07:55 PM|
We did not stop at many marinas along the way as our draft was limiting but can tell you that there is a good harbor with town run moorings in Boot Keyand they have a dinghy dock/etc. and are a short walk to provisioning and restaurants. Suggest the Waterway Guide Southern edition will give you the lowdown on all the choices available for your draft! Have fun!
|10-12-2006 02:42 PM|
If you're looking for company crossing the stream from Miami most people, who have not buddied up yet, just give a call on channel 16. Late December, early January there's tons of boats anchored in the Miami area ( South Beach to No Name Harbour) waiting for a window.
|10-12-2006 02:34 PM|
sab, you might also post a note, or leave word, at the local West Marine (etc) and at the local docks. There *will* be others heading across, and asking the same question, and running into the chandleries to pick up the usual last minute stuff.
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