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Addison Point Bridge Anchorages

Posted by admin | Posted on 04-05-2007

Addison Point Bridge Anchorages
Statute Mile: 885
Lat/Lon:
28 31.755 North/080 46.179 West (anchorage northwest of Addison Point Bridge)
28 31.889 North/080 45.140 West (anchorage well northeast of Addison Point Bridge)
28 31.563 North/080 46.202 West (anchorage southwest of Addison Point Bridge)
28 31.512 North/080 45.348 West (anchorage southeast of Addison Point Bridge)
Location: north and south of the Addison Point Bridge, east and west of the ICW channel
Minimum Depth: 7-foot depths
Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 50 feet
Foul Weather Protection: Fair, choose anchorage that gives you protection from the forecasted wind direction

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On a night of blustery (gusting to 25+) winds from the east, we set the hook on the SE corner of the Addison Point Bridge, and the holding (in about 7′ or so) was outstanding. We had only one other boat with us, but felt quite secure even as we had a middle-of-the-night squall. Nice spot, too – nothing really there, no place to land, but pleasant for watching the sun set across the water – and if there had been a shuttle launch as planned for 30 November, it would have been a sweet spot to view it, too!

We have stayed at Addison Point many times and in all but the south east quadrant. Tonight we are northwest of the bridge trying to duck out of a southwest wind. It’s a little bouncy and there is always noise from the NASA Causeway, especially at rush hour but it’s a convenient place to anchor. The traffic dies down at night.

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