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Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442International  Marine  Insurance  Services is the source of choice for insurance coverage for your watercraft. After nineteen years of incomparable service to our clientele, we'd like to welcome you aPort City Marina - Wilmington, NCThe FROLI System, developed in Germany has made a big hit with the USA  recreation and leisure travel market. Nickle Atlantic will be at the Annapolis Sail Boat Show, October 8 - 12, in Booth Key Lime Sailing Club in Key Largo, 305-451-3438, www.keylimesailingclub.comOur focus is to assist boaters with the purchase or sale of their powerboats. All our yacht owners are trained and educated on the handling and systems of their new vessel as part of our service. We want to make sure your experience with us is easy by being thorough with your needs. Through aggressive internet marketing, publication ads, and our long term networks we also have the resources to get your yacht sold! Our experience allows us the understanding of the market place.Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442
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  • Special Events in Elizabeth City, NC, AICW Alternate Route Statute Mile 50

    So many wonderful attractions to lure you to Elizabeth City, the friendliest-to-boaters community on the Waterway!. A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, these fine folks always have a full calendar of events to entertain and enlighten! Elizabeth City and Mariner’s Wharf are located at the southern end of the Dismal Swamp Canal.

    From the Chairman
    July-August 2015

    It’s summer in Elizabeth City! For those who live here, it’s a season to unwind, catch up with friends and head down to the river to catch a cool breeze and an outdoor event. For visitors, it’s the perfect time of year for a road trip, and we’d love for you to join us for a wonderful summer lineup. In this issue of The Wayfarer, read all about our fabulous Fourth of July fireworks show, an Elizabeth City tradition; the Mariner’s Wharf Film Festival, with classic American films; the Music on the Green Festival series, showcasing our talented hometown bands; and the arrival of the historic Chesapeake Buyboats reunion tour. The summer bridal season is in full swing, so make sure you view an elegant exhibit that just opened at the Museum of the Albemarle: I DO! Weddings in the Albemarle, 1831-2015. After all that fun, you’ll probably be ready for a tasty bite and a good night’s rest. We’ve got that covered too. Just check our food and lodging guides, or call the Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Center for details at 1-866-ECity-4U. Looking forward to seeing you by the water’s edge!

    Abel Sutton
    Chairman, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Tourism Development Authority

    Spend a Fabulous Fourth in Elizabeth City
    Nothing says Fourth of July like a bang-up fireworks display, and the Elizabeth City Parks and Recreation Department really know how to put on a show! Join us on Saturday, July 4 beginning at 6 p.m. at Waterfront Park for live music, tasty foods, sack races, corn hole games, bucket pong and a watermelon eating contest. Then as the sun sets, kick back on your beach blanket and get ready for a star-spangled event as fireworks bloom over the Pasquotank River. Oh, if you have a boat, all the better. You can view the spectacle from our free public docks at beautiful Mariners’ Wharf. It’s all right here in Elizabeth, so plan to celebrate the Fourth with us!

    Say Yes to the I DO! Wedding Exhibit Now Open at MOA

    Expect to find something old, new, borrowed and blue when viewing I DO! Weddings in the Albemarle, 1831-2015, now open at the Museum of the Albemarle. This stunning exhibition features more than 100 wedding garments, accessories and other items that illustrate the area’s traditions over nearly two centuries. Among the treasures on view: a 1920s-era wedding gown and six-piece French hand-painted trousseau; ensembles worn by a bride and groom in 1884; and an original cornice and photograph of a most generous wedding gift presented to Ivy Blades Robinson, by her father William Blades, in 1914-a Neo-Classical Revival style home which stands today at 201 E. Main Street in Elizabeth City. The exhibit will also explore traditions from bouquets and the exchange of wedding rings, to the honeymoon location. To complement I DO!, the Museum Gift Shop is showcasing many one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, as well as beautiful books on wedding styles and hand-crafted items to decorate a wedded couple’s new home. There’s even a special Wedding Experience interactive space to help wishful visitors plan their own dream wedding, from trying on gowns and tuxedoes to choosing china selections and icing a cake! Your presence is requested. Say yes to I DO! and visit the Museum of the Albemarle soon.

    Good Times on the Green

    It’s a fact. Elizabeth City residents love to socialize, especially in the summer when the sun goes down. That’s when you’ll find locals and visitors alike gathered along the green at Mariners’ Wharf. If it’s June or July, they are taking in a flick on an outdoor screen at the Mariners’ Wharf Film Festival. With a focus on classic American films, the 2015 festival opened with “Summer Stock,” “Rio Grande” and “Key Largo,” among other enduring films. The July lineup includes “Edge of the City” (July 2), “The Awful Truth” (July 14), “A Stolen Life” (July 21) and the original 1940 production of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” (July 28). Showtime is at 8:30 p.m., and admission is free. In August, you’ll find crowds grooving to the sounds of the Music on the Green Festival. Showcasing homegrown bands (Elizabeth City has quite a few), the festival kicks off July 29 with Bobby Plough & Friends and continues for nine consecutive Tuesday evenings through Sept. 23 from 6-8 p.m. This season boasts an eclectic lineup of artists and genres including Mid Life Crisis Band, Brown Sugar, The Million Watt Sons and Bahia Caliente Tradoc, the U.S. Army TRADOC salsa band, plus more. Check the online schedule for all the details. Summer’s here! So grab a blanket or lawn chair, and mosey on over to Mariners’ Wharf. Whether you seek a film, live music or a cool river breeze, Elizabeth City’s got you covered!

    Elizabeth City to Host Historic Chesapeake Buyboats Tour, Aug. 5-7

    For the past decade, members of the Chesapeake Buyboat Association have taken its fleet of historic fishing boats to the water in an annual reunion tour, with stops at selected ports of call that connect to the Chesapeake Bay. Elizabeth City will be a featured stop on this year’s 11th annual tour, Aug. 5-7, offering the public a rare chance to view 10 of the historic boats and learn about their origin. The graceful wooden vessels, also known as deck or oyster boats, were prevalent in the Chesapeake Bay and North Carolina sounds in the early-to-mid 20th century. Providing a time-saving service between the oyster fisherman and the processing houses, buyboat owners cruised to where the fisherman worked on the water, loaded their boats with the freshly-caught bivalves and headed directly to the shucking houses to drop off that day’s catch. This year’s reunion tour will begin in Poquoson, Va., and make its way to Elizabeth City via the historic Dismal Swamp Canal. The boats will be docked along the downtown waterfront at Mariners’ Wharf, Aug. 5-7, and open to the public to view on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    EC Spotlight: Andy Montero

    Restaurant owner and chef, Andy Montero is a man about town. When he’s not whipping up mahi and crab étouffée or ratatouille lasagna at Montero’s, an Elizabeth City landmark, he’s catering social events, serving on community boards or raising funds to support neighborhood schools. Now, Montero’s fans can learn more about his rise as a restauranteur and try out a few of his recipes, featured in a new book, Chefs of the Coast: Restaurants and Recipes from the North Carolina Coast. Written by restaurant reviewer and food critic John E. Batchelor, the publication is part guide book, part cook book, covering popular dining spots from Corolla to New Bern. Look for Montero’s recipes for shrimp and grits with Andouille sausage, as well as gingered salmon. Then plan a visit to Elizabeth City to sample these signature dishes for yourself! Chances are, you’ll see Montero too. Like we said, he’s a man about town.

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  • Report from Deep Point Marina, Southport, NC, Cape Fear River, AICW Statute Mile 307

    The marked entry channel to Deep Point Marina – A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! – lies northwest of Cape Fear River/AICW marker #20.

    Deep Point Marina, NC
    Deep Point Marina, near Southport, NC. Great marina, we were the late arrival so we were on or near the fuel dock. This was in front of the ferry station, as the ferry docked at the landing the wakes were more than you would expect at a dock, so the rocking from the ferry as it came and left was an issue until after 1:00 am and started early dark thirty the next morning.
    The marina is very nice the crew are great and Curtis treated us very well. A beautiful pool is near the dock masters office, just a short walk. We took full advantage, it is still very warm.
    Phil and Sandy Herl

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  • Good Visit to Myrtle Beach Yacht Club, AICW Statute Mile 346

    Myrtle Beach Yacht Club on Coquina Harbor has been a great stopping place and a friend to cruisers for years, as Skipper Herl reports. Naturally, they are A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! The entrance to Coquina Harbor lies on the north side of the Waterway opposite Marker #13.

    Myrtle Beach Yacht Club
    Arrived around 3:45 and melted into the dock. Been a long day, lots of slow going with a lot of no wakes. And it has been hot. Stopped at Osprey for fuel, best prices in the area, then continued to Myrtle Beach for the night. To hot to cook so we eat at Clarks, its right next to the marina. Every thing was excellent.
    Had a problem with the electric “Y”, had to get one ordered from West Marine. Had two days to enjoy the area, we rented a car and did just that. Found some fresh shrimp and did them on the Barbee. Then were able to find Fishy Fishy, had a fantastic meal. Great stay.
    Phil Herl

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  • Dredging West of AICW in Lower Cape Fear River, Statute Mile c. 304

    This dredging will be in the Reaves Point Channel, which is west of the Waterway, but which intersects the Waterway at ICW marker #27. While the actual dredging may be not affect Waterway traffic, the barge disposal shipments and Waterway traffic will share 5 miles of water until the Waterway turns westward at mile 309 below Southport.

    The Norfolk Dredging Company bucket dredge ATLANTIC will commences dredging operations at the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU) on the Cape Fear River adjacent to Reaves Point Channel Range on or about 10 July, 2015. Dredging operations are expected to continue until 30 November, 2015. The dredge will be loading Mud Scows and towing them to the Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site (ODMDS) located 3.5 miles south of Cape Fear River Entrance Channel Lighted Buoy 2 (LLNR 30318). Operations will take place 24 hours a day 7 days a week and concerned
    mariners can contact the dredge on VHF Channels 13 & 16 30 minutes prior to passage. Chart 11537 LMN: 26/15

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  • Pipe Installation in Neuse River, July 6-20, 2015, off the AICW

    This project is downriver from New Bern and south southeast of Neuse River marker #11.

    Contractors for Craven County, NC, will be installing piping in the Neuse River, Craven County, NC. This work will take place on or about 06 July, 2015 through 20 July, 2015, Monday through Sunday during daylight hours. Installation will take place in the vicinity of 34 58 29 N, 076 56 01 W. Chart 11552 LNM: 26/15

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  • Happenings in July in Elizabeth City, NC, AICW Alternate Route Statute Mile 50

    July will be another exciting month in Elizabeth City and a great reason to visit the friendliest-to-boaters community on the Waterway. A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, these fine folks always have a full calendar of events to entertain and enlighten! Elizabeth City and Mariner’s Wharf are located at the southern end of the Dismal Swamp Canal.

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  • July Events in “Little Washington” on the Pamlico River, off the AICW

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    Washington, NC City Docks, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR!, has proven to be well worth the journey up the Pamlico River to “Little Washington” and April will be an exceptional month!













    July in Washington
    Published on Jun 29, 2015 06:33 pm

    Happy Independence Day!

    Washington’s 4th of July festivities continue to grow each and every year. This year is no different. The day starts with the Saturday Farmer’s Market on the waterfront. There will be corn hole, children’s activities, and more! Jupiter Jones will take the stage at Festival Park at 6 p.m. Fireworks, sponsored by Lee Chevrolet Buick, will cap off the 4th of July Celebration at 9. Be sure to make your way to downtown Washington for a fun-filled day on the river. Many shops and restaurants will be open for the holiday.


    Get on the Water

    Summer means it’s time to get on the water. In Washington, there are several ways to do just that. Rent a kayak and explore to your heart’s delight. Or, consider one of the programs offered by Inner Banks Outfitters like the Full Moon Paddle or a SUP class. The Estuarium offers its free River Roving cruises all summer long. Call early, because reservations are required. The Little Washington Sailing School offers sailing classes all summer long for kids ages 8-16. There is always Goose Creek State Park’s swim beach that offers a quiet spot for a dip in the river. With all of these options, there is simply no reason you can’t get on the water this summer.

    The Arts are Hot This Summer

    It’s so exciting to see the arts come alive in Washington. Visit our galleries, like the newest ones The Lemonade Gallery and Art on Market, to see fantastic local talents using all types of mediums. This month the Beaufort County Arts Council opens its annual juried photography show in the Turnage Theater Gallery. Before that opens, you can still catch the Members’ Exhibit on display through July 9th. Music in the Streets showcases local musical talent on the 3rd Friday of each month, this month July 17th. Every Thursday night and Saturday morning, come and play or just listen, as the Beaufort County Traditional Music Association hosts its weekly jam sessions at the Turnage Theater. Whatever your scene, you’ll find it in Washington.



    More Upcoming Events

    July 4th ~ Belhaven’s Annual 4th of July Celebration
    July 6th ~ Flatty Creek Trail Hike
    July 11th ~ Bath Library Outdoor Movie Series
    August 15th ~ Pickin’ on the Pamlico

    For a complete listing of all upcoming area events, including surrounding communities, check out this Calendar of Events.

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  • July and Fall Events at Bucksport Marina, Waccamaw River, AICW Statute Mile 377

    Bucksport Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, located south of Waterway marker #36, along the western shores of the beautiful Waccamaw River.



    Welcome all,

    4th of July Fireworks / Dodge Dart Car Show / Live Music All Day!

    July 11th, Blessing of the Boats!                                                            

    July 24, 25th & 26th South Eastern Drag Boat Racing                      

    Labor Day, September 5th 6th & 7th Water Sports, Ski Stunt Show, Barefoot Ski & Wake Boarding Exhibition

    September 12th 1st Annual “Bucksport Marina, End of Summer Bash” Including Land & Sea Poker Run, Live Music & Pig Pickin!

    Book Your RV / Camp Site Now For These Events!!


    Jeffrey A Weeks
    Dockmaster / Manager

    Bucksport Marina, Boat & Jet Ski Rental & RV Resort
    135 Bucksport Rd.
    Conway, SC 29577
    Lat/Lon – 33º39.1′ N / 79º05.7′

    Bob & Jen Carnes
    Captain Seaweeds Bar & Grill
    (843) 397-6300

    Restaurant Offering New Menu Items!
    (Under New Management)

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  • July in Historic Edenton, NC, Western Albemarle Sound

    Edenton, NC - the prettiest town in the South!

    Historic Edenton, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, always has an exciting calendar of community events and July will be no exception with a full schedule of activities for all ages, including events as part of the Albemarle Loop! Edenton is 300 Years Young! Come and let them prove it!

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  • Amelia Island Yacht Basin Celebrates “Patriot Boating Days”, July 11th, AICW Statute Mile 720.5

    The entrance channel leading to Amelia Island Yacht Basin, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, cuts into the AICW’s eastern flank, immediately north of the Kingsley Creek Railway Bridge, and just south of Waterway marker #13.

    Come help us celebrate Patriot Boating Days! We are raising money for a great cause, The Folds of Honor Foundation. 87 cents of every dollar raised goes to scholarships for families of fallen and wounded soldiers. Hope to see you there!

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