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Updated Texas Crusing Guide

Many people have been looking for a new updated version of Campbell's guide to cruising Texas. Since hurricane Katrina a lot has changed along the Texas coast. A couple of Texas coastal cruisers, Jay and Buffy Corzine have recently created an updated Texas Cruising Guide.


For those of you who have not sailed the Texas coast, it is a great undiscovered crusing grounds. Magnificent birds and wild life. Many options for crusing bays, ICW, and open water.


Here is a link if you have been searching for this up to date Texas Cruising Guide:


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Thanks for the link. I was planning to look into this.

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Thanks for the link, the last version I have of the Tx Cruising Guide in 1982 - it may be time to upgrade.

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I ordered and received my copy of the Guide to Cruising Texas (very quick shipping). Overall, it is a great book crammed full of information. I look forward to using it.

My only complaints about the book so far are the book needs some editing for both clarity and to remove typos. (Hey, I'm a writer/editor so those things bug me! ) Also, I would like to see an index to the book to make finding points of interest easier.

I really do look forward to using the book and I'm glad I got it.

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Please don't spam the forums. IIRC, your post violates the SPECIAL INTEREST DISCLOSURE and SPAM policies you agreed to when signing up for an account here.

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Please don't spam the forums. IIRC, your post violates the SPECIAL INTEREST DISCLOSURE and SPAM policies you agreed to when signing up for an account here.
Hey not trying to pick sides here, but I have been looking for information on Texas and this post has been helpful. I genuinely do not see it as a violation and would like further explanation so as not to make the same mistake myself.

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Sorry for the inconvenience, but the moderator has spoken, so no link.

I tried google with "Texas Crusing Guide" and it does not come up, but if you use "Texas Crusing Guide Corzine Weebly" you will find it.

Hope this helps you all.

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Thanks Michael.

And For those concerned I don't view posts like this as spam. ...sailnet may prefer that all sales be directed to the host site and I get that sort of...
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Lost my boat in my divorce so I have a 2010 copy in perfect condition if anyone wants it. email me at akshwuz@yahoo.com, $20 shipped takes it.
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Re: Updated Texas Crusing Guide

thanks for the link
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