Camper Nicholson Rendevous
- I would think that making plans for next season would enable us to spread the word and let folks have time to plan a trip to Maine to join us.Boothbay would be OK but it is busy. Penobscot Bay offers many possibilities.Ansley SawyerSV Pacem
- Are out-of-state boats allowed in ?
I'm happy to come next year - but just got back from 3+ weeks in Maine
on 8/4, so this year is out.
I'd think the venue would depend on the distribution of boats. If
Casco Bay were favored, then perhaps the Basin, or Sebasco Harbor
Estates. Sebasco has a great restaurant that could accomodate a good
I agree that Boothbay is often too busy. Five Islands is great, but
they have only two moorings, and besides those, there are none, and
little room to anchor. You could run around the corner to Robinhood,
which I've always enjoyed.
Maple Juice Cove in Muscongus Bay ? Or Port Clyde if the general stre
is back in the mooring business.
As Ansley said, Penobscot Bay is full of possibilities. Rockland would
be one ( but then he wouldn't "have" to sail to get there ). Time it
in conjunction with the North Atlantic Blues Festival - a great time !
CN 35 # 78
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ansley W. Sawyer"
>spread the word and let folks have time to plan a trip to Maine to join
> I would think that making plans for next season would enable us to
> Boothbay would be OK but it is busy. Penobscot Bay offers many
> Ansley Sawyer
> SV Pacem