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RoRC report from Golden Eye in the Baltic

by Ernie Godshalk 25 Jan 06:31 UTC

I will mention that the publishers of the Hamnguiden (or Havneguiden) series of pilots will offer a new edition of Hamnguiden 8, Landsort to Arholma (the Stockholm archipelago), early in 2019. This primary guide to the archipelago will include more than 300 harbors and a new harbor numbering scheme.

Yours truly will be organizing a large cruise in the archipelago for The Cruising Club of America, The North American Station and Royal Swedish YC (KSSS) in late June-early July, 2019.

In the meantime, I will be aboard OCC member Ann Noble-Kiley's Hinckley Bermuda 40 yawl, Passport, in the Caribbean this winter. We will have plenty of OCC company.

I look forward to meeting members in, or discussions with members about, the Baltic region.

This article has been provided by the courtesy of Ocean Cruising Club.

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