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St Martin to Azores

Planning to leave St Martin to the Azores last week of April. Recommendations ?
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That's going to get pretty cold that early.
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Re: St Martin to Azores

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Planning to leave St Martin to the Azores last week of April. Recommendations ?
Watch for out for cold fronts coming of the USA.

Take plenty fuel. Many people encounter long periods of very light winds on that route around then.
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