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Archive For: Anchorages6 ICW, Stono River to North Edisto River (Statute Mile 473 to 496)

  • Upper Leadenwah Creek Anchorage (off the AICW)

    Upper Leadenwah Creek Anchorage
    Lat/Lon: 32 37.694 North/080 12.796 West
    Location: Leadenwah Creek cuts the northeastern banks of the North Edisto directly across the river from Westbank Creek; this anchorage is found upstream of the creek’s first sharp bend to the east
    Minimum Depth: 15 feet, BUT numerous unmarked shoals are found in Leadenwah Creek, and the use of a GPS chartplotter is strongly encouraged to help avoid these hazards
    Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 36 feet
    Foul Weather Shelter: Good, except in gale strength northern winds

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  • Bohicket Creek Lower Anchorage (off the AICW)

    Bohicket Creek Lower Anchorage
    Lat/Lon: 32 36.581 North/080 09.391 West
    Location: Bohicket Creek makes into the northeastern shores of the North Edisto near the river’s inlet; this anchorage will be discovered in the body of the western loop upstream of Bohicket Marina Village
    Minimum Depth: 15 to 20 feet
    Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 45 feet
    Foul Weather Shelter: Good

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  • Bohicket Creek Upper Anchorage (off the AICW)

    Bohicket Creek Upper Anchorage
    Lat/Lon: 32 36.746 North/080 09.626 West
    Location: Bohicket Creek makes into the northeastern shores of the North Edisto near the river’s inlet; this anchorage is found on the western portion of the westerly loop, east of the charted shoal, all upstream of Bohicket Marina Village
    Minimum Depth: 11 feet
    Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 45 feet
    Foul Weather Shelter: Very Good

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  • South Creek Lower Anchorage (off the AICW)

    South Creek Lower Anchorage
    Lat/Lon: 32 34.208 North/080 12.426 West
    Location: South Creek makes into the North Edisto’s southwestern banks, south of Bohicket Creek’s southern mouth; this anchorage lies between the “9” foot sounding noted on chart 11522, and the “sy” notation.
    Minimum Depth: 6 to 13 feet (SEE SPECIAL NOTE BELOW)
    Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 36 feet
    Foul Weather Shelter: Good in all but strong easterly winds
    Special Note: the eastern mouth of South Creek is surrounded by unmarked shoals, which can quickly result in a grounding; slightly favor the southern side of the entrance for best depths, but please understand that South Creek should ONLY be entered by skippers with special local knowledge, or those willing to take a risk!

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  • South Creek Upper Anchorage (off the AICW)

    South Creek Upper Anchorage
    Lat/Lon: 32 34.160 North/080 12.514 West
    Location: South Creek makes into the North Edisto’s southwestern banks, south of Bohicket Creek’s southern mouth; this anchorage will be found immediately upstream of the “sy” notation on chart 11522
    Minimum Depth: 6 to 13 feet (SEE SPECIAL NOTE BELOW)
    Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 36 feet
    Foul Weather Shelter: Good in all but strong easterly winds
    Special Note: the eastern mouth of South Creek is surrounded by unmarked shoals, which can quickly result in a grounding; slightly favor the southern side of the entrance for best depths, but please understand that South Creek should ONLY be entered by skippers with special local knowledge, or those willing to take a risk!
    Also, an UNCHARTED oyster bank lies just upstream (west) of this anchorage. Further upstream exploration is a BAD idea!

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