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A Cruising Guide to
New Jersey Waters
Revised Edition

by Captain Donald Launer

With this book in hand, boaters can cruise down the Jersey Shore — from New York Harbor to Delaware Bay—in the good company of Captain Donald Launer.

Captain Launer brings many years of experience as a skipper of small boats to this engaging nautical and historical guide to New Jersey's tidal waters. Cruise with him from the New Jersey / New York state line near the mouth of the Hudson River, past Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook, and into the Manasquan Inlet. From there, he gives you a choice of voyages: the inside route through the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) to Toms River, Barnegat Bay, Atlantic City, and Cape May, or taking the offshore passage. Then you explore the Delaware Bay and its tributaries and cruise up the Delaware River to Trenton. This revised edition contains updated information about onshore facilities, marinas, restaurants, stores, sites of interest, docking fees, bridge heights, maritime service stations, weather, navigation, and safety, as well as post-September 11 regulations in the waters around New York City. The book also includes a wealth of photographs and sea charts. Softcover. 6" x 9", 234 pgs. Pub 2004.

A Cruising Guide to New Jersey Waters
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