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Date Posted: - Monday - 12/ 8/08 - 11:20am
Author: Lawrence Killingsworth M40 Ta' Ata Ori
Subject: Communications
In reply to: Mike Anthony 's message, "Chesapeake Bay" on - Friday - 11/28/08 - 5:41pm

Good to hear from you, Lyle. Yep, it was a bit chilly here at Thanksgiving. Plus, I've got the full winter cover on Ta' Ata Ori, so she can't exactly leave the slip at a moment's notice.
I'll bet Blackberry, etc. would work fine for coastal cruising. And there are all sorts of options for offshore, some that go directly to satellite, others that use HF (SSB) radio. I was just wondering what Mike had chosen, since he just fitted out Tivoli for extended cruising. Maybe he's got the latest and the greatest and can give us a recommendation on how well it works.

Do get in touch next summer when you're in the area. We'd love to take you out.

Fair winds,

-- Lawrence

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