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Date Posted: - Friday - 01/ 4/08 - 2:04pm
Author: Jared
Subject: Moss Landing
In reply to: matts 's message, "newboat" on - Friday - 12/28/07 - 8:44pm

I agree about the radar and GPS. I bought a Garmin 36 mile radar and a Garmin 4208 chartplotter. I also have a handheld Garmin as backup. I'm going to install them before I leave.

I'm bringing the boat up to Moss because I work in Monterey. I agree that the channel islands and so-cal are great cruising grounds but, once ashore I'm much more fond of California north of point conception. The current plan is to live aboard in Moss Landing for a year and then take off for some extended cruising.

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