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Vertical Clearance Report from Wilkerson Creek Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 126, Belhaven, NC

Wilkerson Bridge – Click for Chartview

If you carry a height of 65 feet, then you will want to plan your passage for low wind water levels through this bridge, since charts mark this bridge as 64 feet at mean high water. Wilkerson Creek Bridge crosses the southern foot of the Alligator River-Pungo River Canal portion of the AICW at Statute Mile 126, east of marker #27.

Clearance 10/20/13, 1230, 64 ft
Michael Powers s/v second flight

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (1)

  1. Rick Dammeyer -  September 29, 2014 - 4:11 pm

    We passed under the Fairfield and Wilkerson bridges yesterday Sept. 29 and dragged our antennas under both. This is our third trip South on the ICW with our Catalina 445, with air draft of theoretical 63′ 10″. We did several tricks to heel the boat over and didn’t do any damage. There are no bridge boards at Fairfield and Wilkerson was reading just below the middle of 64. We did not expect to touch Fairfield, but were prepared to heal at Wilkerson. Water levels are high right now so know your air draft and be cautious.
    Rick Dammeyer

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