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Delta Doo Dah August Newsletter

As Labor Day approaches we’ve sent out an end-of-summer newsletter to participants in the 12th Annual Delta Doo Dah. Despite the challenging times, the Doo Dah has been a huge success. We sent the newsletter to participants, but it’s not as if we’re trying to hide the information from everyone else!

Delta Doo Dah cruising
Our August Delta Doo Dah newsletter shares some scenes, stories and events from the past summer of cruising.
© 2020 Delta Doo Dah

Since the Delta Doo Dah is a DIY event, it was able to happen rather seamlessly, despite restrictions due to the pandemic.

There are always silver linings to less-than-ideal circumstances. This year, that was the number of folks who headed off to explore this amazing cruising destination, right in our back yard. We had many first-timers, families and veterans who joined the Doo Dah as part of a fleet of 90 registered boats. You can read the complete August Delta Doo Dah newsletter here.

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