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Anegada #321021
06/12/2024 07:19 AM
06/12/2024 07:19 AM
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ColoBoater Offline OP
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Good morning. How many first come balls are there now? Headed up this morning. Thanks.

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Re: Anegada [Re: ColoBoater] #321023
06/12/2024 08:39 AM
06/12/2024 08:39 AM
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I don’t know the exact number. There are quite a few. The holding for anchoring is outstanding so the number of balls is not a big issue there.

Re: Anegada [Re: GeorgeC1] #321026
06/12/2024 10:45 AM
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Thanks! Here now, plenty available and looks like many people anchored as well. Thank you.

Re: Anegada [Re: ColoBoater] #321051
06/12/2024 07:01 PM
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I was pleasantly pleased at how well the channel was marked. On our way there from NS, just as we got close, we got hit with a zero vis squall. I ended up orbiting my waypoint for about 40 minutes and was just about to head back to Gorda when it finally cleared and I could see the island right in front of us. Plenty of balls as mentioned.


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