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You are missing the 35 knot north wrsterlies.

Scroll back a few posts to where someone said the Great Lakes was hit by 75 knots ... that I am avoiding.
And especially tropical lows getting caught with cold lows.

And... 25 knot SW's on a 20 foot swell from the north... ummm. So there's lots of considerations

Sunday is looking good now
Sounds pretty confused ! thanks makes sense now...
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It might be bad form for me to post this - apologies if so. No posts, so I checked AIS - seems to show Sea Life heading for NYC 6/12.

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It might be bad form for me to post this - apologies if so. No posts, so I checked AIS - seems to show Sea Life heading for NYC 6/12.
How rude!

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It might be bad form for me to post this - apologies if so. No posts, so I checked AIS - seems to show Sea Life heading for NYC 6/12.
I'll alert the authorities to be on the lookout in the next day or two!

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Re: Heading to NYC now...

I just received my Father's Day present from my daughter, who currently lives in NYC. I grew up there.

A Junior's cheesecake. Original, not the ones full of crazy whatever. Hands down the best cheesecake on the planet. Lemon crust, not the stupid graham cracker and butter crust. It is the standard for the New York Cheesecake.

I thought of your near term arrival. If you haven't yet had this piece of my childhood, you owe it to yourself. The nearest source to the boat basin is probably the lower level food court at Grand Central Station, where they have their own boutique. They sell it by the slice. Buy an entire cake and I guarantee women will follow you the entire what back to the boat.

Cheers mate. Hope the final leg of the passage went well.


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I just received my Father's Day present from my daughter, who currently lives in NYC. I grew up there.

A Junior's cheesecake. Original, not the ones full of crazy whatever. Hands down the best cheesecake on the planet. Lemon crust, not the stupid graham cracker and butter crust. It is the standard for the New York Cheesecake.

I thought of your near term arrival. If you haven't yet had this piece of my childhood, you owe it to yourself. The nearest source to the boat basin is probably the lower level food court at Grand Central Station, where they have their own boutique. They sell it by the slice. Buy an entire cake and I guarantee women will follow you the entire what back to the boat.

Cheers mate. Hope the final leg of the passage went well.

That's spot on. Juniors Cheesecake is the gold standard.

My first experience was in Brooklyn at a deli. I asked about it and looked into them. Every time I took the train into Grand Central I always detoured to their shop there, which I heard might be closed.

Their regular made with lemon curd and also zest is unbelievable and they have some very decadent chocolate infused ones.

Our last cruise to the LI Sound we were able to get a whole regular one while in Sandy Hook. We nibbled on it for the next two weeks.

It is the gold standard


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AIS confirms SEA LIFE has left St. George's, bda.
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BREAKING NEWS!
AIS reports seem to indicate that SEA LIFE has arrived in New York. With or without Mark has yet to determined.

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Re: Heading to NYC now...

He seems to like to arrive in nyc at the weekend.
I expect he will be getting a few PM's from some folks here.
I'll just add: "Welcome to NY. ..."
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Nice!!!! Pics MarkO - or butts shall be kicked.
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