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There's 2 kinds of sailing at night in my book. One, where it's just dark but you plan to drop the hook and rests, and the other, is to push through the night and sleep in shifts. The second is much more dificult and harder on the crew. It's up to you and your crew on what you want to do. Do you have a crew that you can trust your life to while you sleep? Does that person have enough support without you to solve a problem that may arrive at 0300.

Bring paper charts and lots of flash lights, preferably one with a red lense. Sorry, I can't give you any local knowledge.
 
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