Summer 2021 Plans Being Made
Our summer 2020 plans were completely derailed by Covid 19 but we are looking to the future and are planning for a Maine Cruise this summer, 2021.
The situation is so fluid that the only event we are currently planning is a Maine Cruise to make up for the one cancelled last summer. If things at the local level improve we will do our best to set up some smaller localized meet-ups.
Our current Maine float plan can be reached from the link below. It's still a draft, but it's looking more and more solid. The driver for the beginning of the cruise is the end of July dates that have decent mid-morning currents out of Buzzards Bay and into Cape Cod Bay. Many of us come from west of the Canal and its passage is the real beginning of our Maine journey.
There are three "tracks" which form some possible guidelines for skippers to use when planning their cruise. They offer some linked opportunities for boats to see Maine in an orderly port-to-port fashion during the early August timeframe. We are often asked why we do August? We feel that Fourth of July often has family related events that folks want to attend and early August is supposed to be a period when the fog in Maine is less prevalent. This may be a big myth, but we give it a try.
Here's what it looks like now:
2021 TONE Maine Cruise
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Spring 2021 TONE Nor'easter Newsletter Available
The Spring 2021 TONE newsletter is available immediately at the link shown below.
As always there are news features as well as Tartan Tips on boat maintenance, U.S. Coast Guard news, the 2021 Maine Cruise Float Plan, and much, much more.
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Spring 2021 Nor'easter Newsletter
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