‘Sail to the Sun Rally’ Planned: Limited to 16 Vessels Transiting the ICW from Norfolk, Va., to Miami, Fla.

Join the ‘Sail to the Sun’ southbound rally

Region: Chesapeake & Delaware Bays
Date Reported: Jun 10, 2015
Reported By: Mike Ahart, News Editor
Source: WG Staff

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Waterway Guide is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the “Sail to the Sun” ICW Rally this coming fall.

“Sail to the Sun” is the creation of cruising writer Wally Moran, who ran the original ICW rally last fall, safely guiding 16 boats south from Norfolk to Miami. Wally is also a Cruising Editor for Waterway Guide.

The “Sail to the Sun” ICW Rally will run from Deltaville VA all the way through to Miami FL, where many of the participants will jump off for the Bahamas or points south for the winter.

Waterway Guide will be providing logistical support for participants, arranging marina slips and sponsoring a variety of fun events on the way south. These events will include the kickoff party and seminars in Deltaville.

Waterway Guide will also be putting together an amazing Skipper’s Swag Bag, with a great variety of gifts and goodies for each boat. Also, each Captain will receive a complimentary copy of the 2016 Atlantic ICW Waterway Guide.

“Wally has extensive ICW knowledge and experience, as well as a great rapport with cruisers through his online blog and Facebook groups. Add the support from the whole Waterway Guide crew, and I think this will be a fantastic rally,” said Ed Tillett, Waterway Guide General Manager.

Courtesy: Waterway Guide

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