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Old 03-23-2004, 04:22 PM
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Go with "The Dunes". Its like a cheep country club for boaters. Beaches for the kids, Back Bay Cafe for after boating Adult Beverages. Hooters for when the wife stays behind. As for Catalina, if you are going over during a marathon or any other athletic event, take Jimbo! Big Health guy. Where is that pic????
This one? Looks like the Cigarette Racing Team.
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Old 03-23-2004, 04:27 PM
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This one? Looks like the Cigarette Racing Team.


We can't take credit for Jimbo ... he belongs to Team Scab
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Old 03-23-2004, 06:52 PM
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We go to the island two or three times a month, in the summer. The best times weather wise. is August or September. Go over early, and come back late that day or the next. To be sure of getting a mooring go over on tuesday thru thursday, weekends are hit and miss. If you don't mind anchoring your boat, you can go any time. If you anchor, your'e going to need a least two hundred feet of rope and 25' to 50' of chain. The water is deep over there. Harbor Master is channel 12, water taxi is channel 9. A fun time to go over is 4th of July, but you will have to anchor, moorings are all taken by there owners that weekend. If you end up going on the 4th, email me and we can hook up with you. We currently have a 45' Sea Ray Sundancer, but we use to have a 322 Baja and before that a 270 Baja.
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Nort, please email me the pic. Thank you.
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:38 PM
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I'll get my calender out and see when I can schedule some time to get out there. Probably going to take more than long weekend to get it all in.

Doug E. I'll definately catch up with you. 200' feet with 50' of chain would slow me down enough to never make it out there. Hopefully I could raft off of that Sea Ray on a weekend that ya'll are out there.

Hope to meet some of ya'll later on this summer,

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John, just email me when you have your schedule set. I"am sure we can hook up.

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