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Key West Florida to Cuba (buoy reports are at third points)

Key West to Cuba (south of KW) - Lat 24.0699 / Lon -82.0458

Key West to Cuba (in Gulf Stream) - 23.7500 / Lon -82.2500  
Jamaica to Panama City Panama
 Jamaica to Panama City Panama (north) Lat 15.5000 N / Lon 77.3000 W

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 Jamaica to Panama City Panama (south) Lat 12.55 N / 77.81 W

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