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Everybody is right on the money, in my opinion.

I can only add that it's always easier to push against the force of wind or current. Don't try to turn in with the wind or current - you'll be working with a force beyond your control. For instance, turn into the docks at Deckers from downstream to avoid the current pushing your stern beyond the slip you're shooting for.

Twins of any kind are a snap to work with - just take it easy. Fifteen years with a smaller boat should have given you all the experience you really need, except for some practice with the bigger boat, of course. But you already know 90% of what every boater needs to know.

Have fun.
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