Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] East Coast


amelforme
 

Just saw that you have a Maramu. You will still run aground more than you
will enjoy.





Joel F. Potter/Cruising Yacht Specialist LLC

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Paul and Susan,

My Maramu is 17m in hight and 1.8 m in depth. this seems OK for all bridges
in the waterway. A Supermaramu would probably not fit the requirements,

Charles









On 24 Jan, 2015, at 6:18 PM, Paul LaFrance pflafrance@hotmail.com
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Charles
We looked at the inter coastal waterway and determined that we were too deep
and our mast too high to make a transit. We went outside.
Paul & Susan LaFrance
SV NOMAD #362
Currently in ST Martin

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Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2015 17:51:49 +0100
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: East Coast



Alexander and all,

Thanks for the post re: marinas on the East Coast and for your reply to Ron
and Ineke. I intend to sail from the Bahamas to the East Coast by late March
on my Maramu #253 and enter the intracoastal waterway with a view to sailing
as far up North as time permits (probably crossing the Atlantic by mid- or
end of May). I would like to avoid southern Florida, Miami and the Fort
Lauderdale area (crowded, expensive to all accounts) and rather hit the
coast someway further North like Cape Canaveral or St Augustine even. Any
advice?

Charles Macdonald

Sailboat Inuit

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