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What’s up sailors, hope all are doing well. My name is Pete. I’m new to the forum and sailing. I own and liveaboard a 1980 Morgan 321 that I love to take out. Still learning and hope to learn from this forum as well.
 

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Welcome Pete. How long have you been in the keys? I will be in the lower keys next week on a boat. Any recommendations on places to see, anchor? Places to avoid?

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Welcome Pete. How long have you been in the keys? I will be in the lower keys next week on a boat. Any recommendations on places to see, anchor? Places to avoid?

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I moved here back in Oct. I actually haven’t had much opportunity to go down to the lower keys yet. I sailed my boat down from Tampa in Dec and have just done some local sailing around the upper keys. Hope you have a great trip down.
 

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PT_KNPP22. We just returned from our time in the Keys. If you like to snorkel I would definitely recommend you take the time to go out to Looe Key. It is about 5 miles south of Summerland Key/Newfound Harbor. Newfound Harbor is I good protected anchorage and makes an easy point to anchor before or after visiting Looe Key. This was one of the most healthy reefs I have seen around. Lots of sea life and reef.

Overall we had a great time visiting your new home waters. Enjoy them

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