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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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Originally Posted by cthoops View Post
I'm enjoying reading this thread. We are currently in the Chesapeake for the first time ever as we take our boat south for the winter from Connecticut. We haven't seen too much yet, but we are absolutely enchanted with where we've been and everyone is so friendly. You are all very lucky to have this as your home cruising grounds.

We have loved it so much we are likely to base ourselves here next late spring/summer/early fall before heading south again. Hope to be contributing to this thread next year!

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We like our little slice of the empire.

There are a lot of very nice posters on here. Many of us get together on the water from time to time.
This thread continues year after year and is easily the most posted thread on Sailnet overall. One of the great parts is the restaurant guide where people rate where they visit. Another is that many members like myself post different awesome places to visit and anchor.

I am fortunate that we also travel some years to the stomping grounds on the LI Sound. Many similarities
The Chessie has so many places to anchor and gunkhole.

Feel free to join in.we are General a friendly lot ( myself excluded of course )😀😀😀


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