News from Waterway Guide for October 31, 2018

News from Waterway Guide
The Waterway Guide team will be at the Sea Ray exhibit at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show Oct 31-Nov 4. We will be on site with a select number of guidebooks and magazines for Sea Ray owners to browse, plan their trips and discuss their favorite destinations on the water. All Sea Ray owners will receive a complimentary copy of the guide of their choice. See you there.
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In This Edition:

  • Andrew’s Hidden Legacy: Burmese Pythons in Florida
  • Westrec Gets Authorization to Rebuild a Fernandina Marina
  • Sail Faster with Less Hiking – Gust & Lull Management
  • ALDOT to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed ICW Bridge
  • Humans Will Touch the Deepest Corners of the Ocean
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Submit Your Recipe to This ‘Irreverent’ Cookbook

TONGUE IN CHEEK: Captain Brandon "Mac" McCrary is penning a book of recipes by and for sailors who have a sense of humor about how they frame their favorite foods and their preparation techniques. Check out this story to find out what it will take for your culinary caper to become part of: Captain Mac and the Eco-cult’s irreverent “you won’t be sorry” recipes book.
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More News and Events are a Click Away:
Great Lakes · Northern · Chesapeake Bay · Atlantic ICW
Southern · Bahamas & TCI · Cuba · General
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Happy Halloween! Greatest Pumpkin Paddlers Prevail

This time of the year pumpkins are everywhere for the Halloween season, but a place where you won’t often see them is in the middle of a river.
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Marker 12 Great Bridge
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Catfish ‘Invasion’ is Welcomed by Anglers

No question this season’s record rainfall, mostly the residual effects of hurricanes pushing through the Chesapeake Bay watershed, cut down our fishable days and contributed to a truncated bluefish run.
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Waterway Explorer: 6 Different Icon Overlays
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Andrew’s Hidden Legacy: Burmese Pythons in Florida

It’s been 26 years since Hurricane Andrew became the costliest storm in Florida’s history. Residents of the Sunshine State are still paying the price in a way few would have imagined.
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WG Marinas App: Thousands of marina destinations in a single app!
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Navy to Proceed with Atlantic Training Using Active Sonar

After weighing the strategic, operational and environmental consequences," the U.S. Navy has decided to conduct training and testing, including the use of active sonar.
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HMBS BAHAMAS Arrives From the Netherlands

Her Majesty’s Bahamian Ship (HMBS) BAHAMAS has completed her first journey since a complete refit and was welcomed home by family & friends.
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Annapolis Yacht Sales Among Nation’s Fastest-Growing

Annapolis Yacht Sales, one of the Chesapeake Bay’s biggest yacht dealers, is now one of the fastest-growing businesses in America, recently landing on Inc. 5000’s list.
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Westrec Gets Authorization to Rebuild a Fernandina Marina

Two years after Hurricane Matthew struck, Westrec Marinas received a $6.5 million authorization from the city to rebuild Fernandina Harbor Marina.
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Sail Faster with Less Hiking – Gust & Lull Management

Sailors with poor gust and/or lull response ‘fight the boat’ with hiking and often use too much steering to control power.
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200 Years of Sails & Teak: Touring the HMS Trincomalee

Built in India in 1817, the Trincomalee sailed and served all over the world. Here’s a look from stem to stern.
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ALDOT to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed ICW Bridge

The Alabama DOT is hosting a public hearing to discuss a proposal to build a new bridge over the ICW in Baldwin County.
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Humans Will Touch the Deepest Corners of the Ocean

Imagine exploring a place so far from humanity that any message you send takes seven seconds to be heard.
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Photo of the Week

Sunrise Riggs Cove, Robinhood, Maine. Photo by James Lane, Waterway Guide Cruising Editor, Northern Waterway Guide.
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