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Sailing Channel offers ICW video guide

The Sailing Channel is teaming with Intracoastal Waterway expert Wally Moran to showcase his video "Heading South: First Timers' Guide to the ICW."

"It's like having Wally visiting with you in your cockpit and giving you a break at the helm as he talks about his ICW experiences," said local sailor Tory Salvia, who directed and produced the video for The Sailing Channel.

The program contains information that will save cruisers time and money and may even keep them out of trouble. It also highlights the best stopovers.

The package also contains Moran's boat show presentation slides with Web links about ICW locations and a set of well-organized NOAA digital charts covering the route from the Erie Canal to the Florida Keys.

Click here for the full release.

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