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flowers


 - posted February 08, 2014 02:14 PM      Profile for flowers           Edit/Delete Post 
I am planning to sail my 37 ft sloop back to Seattle from Hawaii (Kona Coast) sometime this year between May and August, completing a round trip to NZ.
Hurricane season starts 1 June.
COGOW pilot charts indicate much more favorable wind vectors and a much less obstructive NoPac high with a 16 May start compared to a 16 July start, but these are just averages and the 2000-2009 wind rose data may not tell the whole story, especially regarding stability of the weather.
How best to analyze this choice further?
Thanks for any ideas or insight.

David Burch


 - posted February 08, 2014 02:33 PM      Profile for David Burch           Edit/Delete Post 
this question will be moved to the Public discussion of marine weather and answered there.
From: Starpath, Seattle, WA


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