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Old 05-19-2017, 02:56 PM   #1
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Quick Trip to PNW

Pulled anchor for the first leg of our voyage North. Should be pretty quick, plan on averaging around 60 knots up to Tacoma...
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Aaahh. Another advantage of not having a flybridge! Similarly, it's a two/three-night cruise via ship to the PNW from the Bay Area. ... We'll be in Juneau July 3.
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Should be pretty quick, plan on averaging around 60 knots up to Tacoma...
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Wifey B: Dream on. It's not going to average 60 knots. More like 45 maybe.
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Aaahh. Another advantage of not having a flybridge! Similarly, it's a two/three-night cruise via ship to the PNW from the Bay Area. ... We'll be in Juneau July 3.
No advantage at all actually...
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