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I second what he said. Winter is much better for the north to south vs south to north passage. Its open ocean once you get outside the st johns inlet. Kinda a long run from there south. Ponce de leon inlet is the next pass south from Jax. After the northern component of the front passes winds often shift Northeast to east. Just keep in mind that the ocean inlets get pretty bumpy with easterly winds, especially during an outgoing tide. Have fun and be safe!
 

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I was in err technically speaking st augustine is the next inlet south. I bypass it as I consider it a local knowledge only pass and its in pretty close proximity to the class A pass of St Johns inlet. I sailed a trailer sailer for my first 12 years of sailing. Mine was a heavily modified aquarius 23. What are you sailing?
 
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