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April 26, 2018


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"The existing reef area off Shinnecock, which sits in 80 feet of water about two miles south of the inlet, will be the site of the first “drops” in a major reef expansion along all of Long Island’s coastline and in Long Island Sound using parts of the dismantled Tappan Zee and other scrap metals and vessels."

Where we sail, the long fins are metric 70cm. Are you guys/gals using SAE 70ft formula fins? (just kidding)

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