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Boat Ramp with LOTS of Parking
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Posted: May 16, 2011
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February Trailering and Water Music
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Posted: February 14, 2011
Hello,
While I must agree with your selections of water music, “The River” and “Sailing”, I felt the need to write. Kenny Chesney’s “Boats” hits it out of the park to the feelings one has owning, captaining, as well as life on the water.

Thank you for your informative and fun-read magazine!

Cape May YES!
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Posted: February 11, 2011
I thoroughly enjoyed the article on Cape May in the February issue. I was stationed at the Coast Guard base there for boot camp in the summer of 1957. It is a beautiful area and I would love to boat there sometime.

BoatUS Trailering is a great magazine for boaters. I moved from North East Alabama to Wilmington, NC last year and the article on checking out the boat trailer was excellent. I did what I could and had the rest done professionally where necessary. The 600 mile trip was smooth as silk!

Many thanks,

Doug Tounsley
Wilmington, NC

February Trailering Issue and Navigation
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Posted: February 11, 2011
Just a note to say what a fine issue this is. As a trailerboater myself, I'm always on the lookout for good, practical information. (And as a frequent visitor to Cape May, I especially enjoyed your piece on that town.)
One mild suggestion: If you're approaching another boat nose-to-nose, a horn signal is most likely to elicit one of two reactions. A friendly skipper will just wave and smile; most will give you an interdigital gesture that translates to "Who you beepin' at, Jack?"
Better to swing your bow 45 degrees to starboard or port, slow down, and wait for the other boat to re...... Read More

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