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Old 10-27-2023, 04:22 PM   #21
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City: Ft Pierce
Vessel Name: Sold
Vessel Model: Was an Albin/PSN 40
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Cape May to Atlantic Highlands should be doable on 200 gallons at a reasonable cruise speed in a 30ft CC at a bit less than 120NM.

If not, plenty of places to pull in and top off.

But different boat anyhow.
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Old 01-30-2024, 07:29 AM   #22
City: Gordonsville/VA
Vessel Model: Devlin 27/ Black Crown
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Be careful/ inside/ Capemay to Manasquan. Lots of low water, if weather is good, go out side. I recently looked to buy a Fairchild Scout 30/ looked in Fla/ Deltaville Va, After fully understanding the platform, speed/ following seas/ etc. I decided to pass. Great boat, comfy for two. Generally underpowered. Just bought a Devlin 27/Black Crown. The Scout is perfect for the Hudson/ rivers/ lakes/ It is not an Ocean boat. (but with right conditions you will be fine)
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