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post #21 of 50 Old 12-02-2018
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Now one month later finally..... boats going oriental,nc to Antigua. Bye.
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Keep going out. What's the magic number? 25n 65w? It's a long way out but perfect.

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Weather looks perfect. Really good. You can get a long way out on that. Really good pattern right out till Sunday by which time you'll be very close to the Trades.
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Looks like a good window. Have a great trip!

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Take care... don't let your guard down. Enjoy... have a safe passage. Over and out.

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Fair winds! When you get back on the grid, please start a new thread to log your journey.

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We've been underway also, so you've gone already, but we wish you a fine and FUN sail.

"Any idiot can make a boat go; it takes a sailor to stop one." Spike Africa aboard the schooner Wanderer in Sausalito, Ca. 1964.
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I also happened to be in Charleston SC recently and visited the City Marina.
Lady Island marina in Beaufort, SC is a nice place for a cruiser to hang out for awhile, get repairs done, etc...
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Hippocampus should be getting close and should be far enough south of this low to be fine

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Hope he made enough easting before hitting those southerlies!

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