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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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Originally Posted by CLOSECALL View Post
Just so folks know, there are sailors on the southern bay. We sailed from the Corrotoman down the Rappahanock to the Piankatank and back Saturday and Sunday.

As conditions were ideal. Sunday's were challenging. It's always fun to hit 8 knots in a 50 year old boat, even if it's just surfing down a wave.
Rappohanock and Piankitank are great sailing and gunkholing areas and always seem to have wind when we visit. Proximity to the ocean gives you a great onshore breeze many afternoons. I love getting down in that whole area and the northern neck of Virginia.


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