Bow Channel (Florida)

Bow Channel (Florida)

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Bow Channel (Florida)
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Description

Bow channel is located between Sugarload Key and Cudjoe Key.
We anchor in 4 feet depth.
Very good shelter.
Sugarloaf shore.
2010/03/8
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Renée
Bow channel est situé entre Sugarloaf Key et Cudjoe Key.
On mouille par 1,2 m.
Très bon abri.
2010/03/8
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Renée
Bow Channel (Florida)
2010-03-08
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244°
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14nm
86°
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260°
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4.4nm
107°
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