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Old 12-23-2021, 12:02 AM   #1
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Sturgeon Bay to St Augustine in mid May

New member here. I've been sailing the east coast and Bahamas for 40years. Done a few trawler deliveries on the east coast. I just bought a 1997 Marine Trader 34 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. I am planning on taking it down the usual route to Mobile, then around the Keys to St Augustine. I am planning to start the trip south in the middle of May. I just wondered whether the rivers are any more difficult to navigate during this time of year and if flooding is something I need to be concerned about. Appreciate any information I can get. Thanks in advance! Bob
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Welcome aboard. Yes, they likely will be flowing more then than later in the summer. Too bad? Who knows. How does the boat handle with a stern current? The flow will help with the speed over ground through.
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