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Is the red tide ever leaving the west coast of Fla?

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Re: Is the red tide ever leaving the west coast of Fla?

Unread postby tex » Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:05 am

Where are you headed, Helen. Did you find another live-aboard marina?

Well (and throughly) said, Eric. Still, there are other contributors to the Red Tide that don’t get much press. Urea from waste systems and even iron dust from Africa’s Lake Chad among them.
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Re: Is the red tide ever leaving the west coast of Fla?

Unread postby ka8uet » Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:01 pm

Yeah, Palm Coast Marina. I looked it up in the Waterway Guide. The bilge problem is solved, it seems the electrical connections were made with electrician's tape. not the best for butt connections. Now, all I need to do is fill up the tank and leave. I should do the laundry first, but----. I think I will bring the gas to the boat rather than threading the boat to the gas.

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