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- Your Vessel Info: 1982 Hunter 36 (Cherubini)
- Location: Brunswick, Ga.
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I figure we will be ready to move again early spring. Too late to head to the Bahamas, so think we will see some new cruising grounds to our north. I would love to make it to Maine, but realistically, don't see that happening on a 5 knot sailboat. I figure if we make it to the Chesapeake, we are doing good. This would be new ground for us, so plan on taking it slow and easy. If you have sailed north of Georgia, what were some of your favorite stops?
1982 (Cherubini)Hunter 36
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- Your Vessel Info: Morgan Out Island 41
- Location: Lived Aboard 45 Years,- now on a chair in my walk-in closet!
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We would very casually cruise north from Florida, usually beginning in late May and sometimes stay in one place for a few days, but continue travelling to about Bar Harbor, Maine. Once there, or some other Maine harbor, we would travel south until we ended up in the Exumas or maybe around the Keys and up to Tarpon Springs.
Sometimes we would stay longer in North Florida during Christmas or Easter with family. Sometimes we wouldn't get north of the Chesapeake or south of Lauderdale, There's no "right or wrong" way to cruise, but if you're not planning a seasonal destination, it's easy to stretch your distances.
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