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X-Dimension Maine Cruise Leg 1: Sun 16 Jul - Wed 19 Jul

Sun 16-Jul-201713:00-23:45
Mon 17-Jul-201700:00-23:45
Tue 18-Jul-201700:00-23:45
Wed 19-Jul-201700:00-13:00
Registration Start: 16-December-2016 at 00:00
Registration End:16-July-2017 at midnight

Description

Hello to all!


This is the first leg of the XD Maine trip. Participants for this leg should be interested in sailing off the coast of Maine, visiting islands and some of the towns and cities. This sail is intended as an introduction to offshore cruising for MITNA members with bluewater experience (on X Dimension or other 30-ft or larger cruising sailboats). Participants can bring one guest; this guest should have equivalent sailing interests and experience and will need to purchase an MIT Sailing Race membership ($40) prior to the sail. Each participant should also count on chipping in $50-80 for provisions and docking fees. You can sign up for as any legs as you like, but please let us know your preferred leg if you do.
 
We are hoping to select the crew for this trip pretty early so that everyone can make plans; this means there is an expectation that if you sign up for the trip and are selected, you will come. There are many moving parts to coordinate to make these trips happen, and we expect that the crew will be as committed to this trip as are the skippers.
 
If you have any questions please contact the organizer, Scott Dynes, at scott@dynes.org .
 
The current plan for this leg is:
 
Sunday July 16:
Leave Boston around 7:30 by car, arrive at the boat in Southwest Harbor (or somewhere near by on Mt. Desert Is.) around 12-1 PM. Depart, and sail somewhere - to Bar Harbor/ around Frenchmans Bay or around the local islands.
 
Maine is so full of nice places to go it really does not make any sense to lay out a plan now; there are lots of resources online about where to sail in Penobscot Bay (e.g. http://www.nytimes.com/1983/09/18/travel/sailing-the-coast-of-maine.html , http://www.cruisingworld.com/destinations/places/sailing-among-the-islands-in-maine). If there are places you want to go, let us know. All we will do here is define the segment endpoints - where crews will change and when.
 
Wed July 19:
Exchange crews. This could take place in SW harbor, Castine, Camden or elsewhere... this depends to a large extent on where the crew wants to go.
 
The plan is that the replacement crew will be driving a car up from Boston; this crew would drive it back to Boston.

Organizers

Questions about this event should be directed to the organizer(s): SCOTT DYNES, ERIC BROWN


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Updated: 2014/05/04 19:06:46
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Updated: 2014/05/04 19:06:46