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    What about an idea of a forum subject or sticky about all that is about cruising the inside passage? It would be a place to post about experiences with the inside passage, maps, guides etc.

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    Sounds like a great idea to me I'm sure there would be some interesting stories and good info.

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    Getting ready to venture a bit further with that rig of yours AK???

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    AKBassKing...you should just start a new thread about the Inside Passage..."fishon"


    Quote Originally Posted by AKBassking View Post
    What about an idea of a forum subject or sticky about all that is about cruising the inside passage? It would be a place to post about experiences with the inside passage, maps, guides etc.

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    I think that subject will get a lot of action; the sticky is a good idea because then it won't get lost if not commented on for a few days. Of course, we seem to have a few sticky's that should get lost, they get little or no response after awhile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    Getting ready to venture a bit further with that rig of yours AK???
    Not fpr a few yet, but planning. Retirement is getting closer.........

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    Who is the mod for this section? Please

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    The bottom of the forum page indicates the moderator is Paul H.

    I doubt, making that trip myself as much as I surely would like to, will ever happen. But I sure would be happy to read about it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .338WM View Post
    The bottom of the forum page indicates the moderator is Paul H
    mmm for some reason I don't see that.

    Hey Paul! How about a sticky or even better a new subject line under "Alaska Boating Forum?"

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    I would like a sticky for this subject, I was already to power my boat to Southeast, and a week before departure, my wife had gall bladder surgery, That changed my plans for the whole summer. I would like to start the planning process again, there is a lot of things you have to do to be legal, have serial numbers of all your equipment, I think the form was an I-68 that had to be filled out, now passport, or Nexus pass is a good thing to have. Planning the fuel stops is a fun one. What time of year you go will determine what places are open with fuel. There seem to be a lot of good places to stop by and have a great meal. Learning the tidal flows and where you can go is another good lesson. Tides rip up to 13 knots on the back side of Vancouver Island.

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    Thanks Paul! We have a new sticky and I posted a few old threads there. Maybe Paul can just transfer them to the sticky if he feels it appropriate.

    For those in the SE, please post any info you have, guides, local info etc.

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