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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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Originally Posted by Rezz View Post
I'd love to be on the water this weekend, as I have five days off, but as a newish sailor in a tiny boat I don't want to deal with the Labor Day crowd. I'm planning to focus on minor repairs and cosmetic things in the meantime, and my wife and I are going to take 3-5 days out on the water mid September for our 3 year anniversary. Maybe I'll get in a solo day sail or overnighter in between, but other than that I unfortunately don't have a lot of sailing planned.

Hope you enjoy your time out on the water this weekend, @chef2sail
DOnt usually have problems with crowds where we go.

Can find unoccupied coves everywhere on Eastern shore


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