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Old 12-28-2009, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by votrechien View Post
One of the big issues with choosing a boat that doesn't have the power to go over 10 knots is that in many situations the current in passes will be over this speed meaning you will have to wait until slack tide to continue your trip but then if you have the time this shouldn't be much of an issue
I'd argue speed isn't an issue here, since anyone without experience and local knowledge should stay out of these areas unless the tide is slack.

More power would make the Johnstone Strait transit a little less tedious though.