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July 16, 2008


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Cool Maps. And your near demise story is worthy of the "edge of the seat" cliche!

Yeah, that was quite an experience. I've sailed New Suffolk a half dozen times since then...I can tell you that in broad daylight you still have to focus on boat traffic crossing the channel. The only story I've ever heard of a windsurfer being killed on Long Island water took place at New Suffolk (happened many many years ago...apparently a down sailor was hit by a boat blasting through the channel.)

I have been a great follower of windsurfing and the activities related to windsurfing, just came across your blog and found it exactly what I have been looking for! just bookmarking you site, will definitely be back again! you guys rock!

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