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  • New Fuel Stop Immediately North of St. Augustine Inlet (Statute Mile 775.5)

     904-547-2219 Inlet Marina sits on the site of the old Sea Love Marina, along the AICW/Tolomato River’s eastern shores, north of St. Augustine Inlet, and hard by the Vilano Beach Bridge, will be a full fledged marina. Inlet Marina just opened with new fuel tanks installed for unleaded 89 octane gas with no ethanol and of course diesel. They currently are just a fuel stop but they are supposed to have their new restaurant opened on May 15th, called Beaches. This marina used to be the old Sea Love marina which was closed last year sometime then bought and is now permitted for 60 slips (not yet built), but they do have two floating docks, one concrete and one wood and a fuel dock. There is also a boat rental operation already there. They have a nice beach area near the dock office also. There is a lot of area behind the marina office which is planned for development with a Publix grocery planned as part of the complex and they are supposed to have a grocery delivery operation for the marina if folks want to get provisions while fueling..that is to come. The new owners are taking it slow but are committed to the new operations success. The Marina is very close to the St. Augustine inlet and on the AICW. So it is very convenient for cruisers to stop in for fuel.Inlet Marina is, as of 4/14/11, the newest SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR. Eventually, this facility, which sits on the site of the old Sea Love Marina, along the AICW/Tolomato River’s eastern shores, north of St. Augustine Inlet, and hard by the Vilano Beach Bridge, will be a full fledged marina. For now, these good folks are anxious to sell fuel to all passing cruisers. Please help us welcome Inlet Marina to the Cruisers’ Net fold!

    Inlet Marina just opened with new fuel tanks installed for unleaded 89 octane gas with no ethanol and of course diesel. They currently are just a fuel stop but they are supposed to have their new restaurant opened on May 15th, called Beaches. This marina used to be the old “Sea Love” marina which was closed last year sometime then bought and is now permitted for 60 slips (not yet built), but they do have two floating docks, one concrete and one wood and a fuel dock. There is also a boat rental operation already there. They have a nice beach area near the dock office also. There is a lot of area behind the marina office which is planned for development with a Publix grocery planned as part of the complex and they are supposed to have a grocery delivery operation for the marina if folks want to get provisions while fueling..that is to come. The new owners are taking it slow but are committed to the new operations success. The Marina is very close to the St. Augustine inlet and on the AICW.
    So it is very convenient for cruisers to stop in for fuel.

    This is the old “Sea Love” marina. Lat: 29*55’4″ Longitude: 81*17’55”
    Marina tele: 904-547-2219
    Marina Fax: 904-547-2221
    Fuel prices on April 14, 2011: (All taxes inlcuded – price shown is what boater pays)
    Diesel $4.09 tax included
    Gas, 89 octane, no ethanol $4.29 tax incl.

  • Praise for Palm Harbor Marina, AICW Statute Mile 1021.5

    Palm Harbor Marina flanks the AICW’s western banks, in West Palm Beach, FL, immediately south of the Flagler Memorial Bridge and just north of marker #12.

    If, like us, you rate marinas on location, this one is fabulous. Right in the center of West Palm. And, as said by others, a great facility with what must be the best floating docks on the East Coast.
    Captain John Walsh

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Palm Harbor Marina

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  • Good Words for Titusville Municipal Marina, AICW Statute Mile 879

    451 Marina Rd., Titusville, FL 32796, Phone: 321-383-5600, Fax: 321-383-5602, Contact: Joe Stone General Manager, Hours: 8:00 am - 1:00 am, Groceries within walking distance  , Restaurants nearby  , 5 minutes from Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge  , 10 minutes from Canaveral National Seashore  , 20 minutes from Kennedy Space Center  , 1 hour from Orlando Attractions , Located south-southeast of unlighted daybeacon #27, Titusville Municipal Marina is A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR!

    Great well protected marina. EXCELLENT staff!
    Off Our Rocker

    Great stop. Good, friendly folks with well maintained docks. This was our second stop and we’ll stop again.
    Skipper Bill Brubaker

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Titusville Municipal Marina

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  • Good Words for Rockhouse Creek Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 842

    Rockhouse Creek is just north of New Smyrna Beach and northeast of Marker #12. This anchorage is not listed in our anchorage directory, but we have received other favorable reports.

    Just past this point [marker #19] we enjoyed a very nice anchorage in Rockhouse Creek in 10-12 feet of water, plenty of swing room if there are not too many sailboats there.
    Skipper Doug Cordello

    Click Here To View An Earlier Posting on Rockhouse Creek

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  • More on Shoaling South of Fernandina, FL, AICW Statute Mile 717.5

    We established a Navigation Alert for this stretch south of Fernandina in January of 2010 and we glad to hear that the shoals have not shifted significantly since then. Captain Pascal’s advice is to be heeded.

    This is a WELL known spot which is well documented elsewhere here as well as on Active Captain. north bound, you have to pass close to G1, just south of the bend, then stay close to the green shoreline as you round the bend, to pass between the shore and the 15 and 9 sounding on the latest NOAA chart, and obviously take it slow to back out of it if you are too far to the red site. Just been thru there yesterday, no change from the past couple of years.
    Captain Pascal

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position on the AICW/Amelia River

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  • Docking Woes at St. Augustine City Marina, AICW Statute Mile 778 and Downtown Marina of Beaufort, AICW Statute Mile 536.5

    St. Augustine City Marina lies on the western side of the Waterway just below the Bridge of Lions in downtown St. Augustine.

    We were at the fuel dock at St. Augustine Municipal Marina by 1400.
    I’ve decided I really don’t like this marina, which is a shame because most of the people are very nice, and the facilities are excellent. The floating docks are aligned parallel to the shore, which normally would be appropriate. However the current does not flow parallel to the shoreline but the axis of both flood and ebb flow is 10 degrees or so off parallel, and therein lies the problem. It is difficult to line up with a slip, and as we found out a year ago, impossible to back out of a slip against the current when it pushes your boat sideways before it can clear the slip. There is, then, no way to escape. The engineers who laid out the docks (if, indeed they were engineers) should have angled everything to line up with the current flow. Added to the problem on the north side is the close proximity of the Bridge of Lions. Getting sideways to the current here could sweep your boat under the bridge leaving your rig behind. Docking at marinas which are aligned with strong currents (I’m thinking Ashley Marina and the City Marina in Charleston) is a piece of cake as one can use the current to advantage both when it’s favorable or contrary. Not so in St. Augustine.
    Captain Ted Jones

    Similar docking woes in Beaufort, SC. Nevertheless, Downtown Marina of Beaufort is a SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! and is on the AICW at Statute Mile 536.5.

    The Downtown Marina Of Beaufort, SC, 1006 Bay Street Beaufort, SC 29902 (843) 524-4422 or Marker #239 on ICWI encountered almost the same situation at the Beaufort, South Carolina municipal marina, and on trying to back out against the current with ample on shore help was in fact caught and turned sideways against the main dock. It was quite a feat getting the bow turned back into the current and finally out. For power boaters this is not much of a problem, but for sailboats with single screw auxiliary diesels it is a big challenge.
    James Williams

    Never attempt nor accept a down current slip assignment at St. Augustine’s City Marina. The slack current time at high and low tide is VERY short. “WARNING” Always dock into the current at a slip at this marina. Stay on the fuel dock until the current is in your favor before moving to an assigned slip with a single screw vessel.
    “The VOICE of experience”
    David Burnham

    Having read a negative comment about the St. Augustine City Marina, I would like to post a favorable comment as I would hate to see anyone miss this great place that is so friendly and convenient to the historical district, not to mention they have the best fuel prices I could find in a 60 mile radius. The docking here was a breeze and my better half easily maneuvered our 48 foot powerboat “Tropical Breeze” into her assigned slip. During our 3 days here we observed many arrivals and departures of all kinds of boats, none came close to being swept under the bridge.
    Doug Cordello

    Read and heed Larry’s earlier posts. This is tricky if you are not familiar with this marina and the tide. I learned to only approach this marina during a slack tide with my boat. I have a Hunter 36. Crew safety has to be your number ONE concern.
    Perry McDonald

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For St. Augustine City Marina

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    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s South Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Downtown Marina of Beaufort

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  • Capt. Ted Visits Fernandina Beach, AICW Statute Mile 716

    Fernandina Harbor Marina lies at the foot of the main street of this charming artist community and makes exploration by foot very easy, as described in another excerpt from Captain Ted’s log. Fernandina Beach lies immediately south of the GA/FL state line.

    I called the marina at 1030 and made a reservation for noon. We were just about on time, but a large trawler needed docking assistance, so we had to wait until that was accomplished, then docked without incident on the inside of the long concrete floating dock. It is a real treat and a luxury to be able to step off O.G’s deck onto the dock which is at the
    > same level and stays that way regardless of the tide. After checking in, we had lunch at the restaurant at the marina (not the “Marina Restaurant” which is across the tracks on Center Street and has had some negative reviews, according to Google). After lunch we went looking for Luigi’s for dinner, found it, and discovered they are closed on Sundays. Drat! We’ve only eaten dinner there once, but it was memorable. We were looking forward to doing it again, but it was not to be.
    After that, we wandered the streets (street) of Fernandina Beach, checked out the shops, and decided to go back to the restaurant at the marina (Brett’s) for dinner. Brett’s is a big place with bar, raised tables inside which command a view of the harbor, lots of window tables, and lots of outside tables. It was great at lunch, but not too great at dinner time, beginning with their phone not answering when I tried to make a reservation. I insisted on a window table inside, and we had to wait a few minutes for that. When I unfolded my silverware, one of the forks inside was dirty. The dinner menus were on plain paper (lunch menus were in leather bound folders and nicely printed) rumpled and with spots on them. But the food was excellent and more than either of us could eat (plastic boxes are in the fridge as I write).
    For the train nuts among us (others need read no further): there’s a tired-looking low nose GP-7 which has been shuffling freight cars up and down in front of the marina since we got back from dinner. The marina parking lot has been blocked off and on for an hour, and I’m sure everyone in town is tired of hearing the toot-toot (train about to start forward), and toooo, toooo, toot, toooot at every street crossing, but I’ve been enjoying those sounds as well as the boom, boom, boom, boom as the slack comes out of the couplers, and the sound of the diesel running up as the engineer pumps up the air in the train: subtle sounds which are music to this old rail fan’s ears.
    This would make a great model railroad, with a small but busy port a mile north of town, a moderately large switching yard in the heart of town, a pulp mill a mile or so south of town, and lots of action in between, enough to keep model engineer, conductor, and brakeman busy in a small space for hours. An ancient and rusty one track swing bridge across the ICW south of the pulp mill is the only rail connection with the outside world. 20 years ago, I wrote an article about Beaufort, NC’s B&M railroad for Model Railroader Magazine. This railroad is even more fun.
    Captain Ted Jones (former publisher of the late, great “Coastal Cruising” magazine)

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Fernandina Harbor Marina

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    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Fernandina Beach Anchorage

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  • Nassau Sound Crossing, AICW Statute Mile 729

    The Waterway crosses Nassau Sound at the intersection of Amelia and Nassau Rivers, some 13 miles south of Fernandina. This has always been a tricky section of the AICW, because of the perennial shoaling at flashing marker #46. Some charts do not even show a magenta line at this marker. The excerpt below from Captain Ted’s log does not identify the problem marker, but does reinforce our advice to keep a sharp eye on the markers and not rely too closely on your chartplotter.
    We found the water shallow and the channel tricky. Coming back onto the ICW from Nassau Sound, our GPS indicated that we should pass on the wrong side of the next red marker, so I hugged that side of the channel. A 40 foot auxiliary had not, and was aground. We talked on the VHF and I told him the readings we were getting on the depth sounder. He was almost in deep water, and the tide was rising, so he declined our offer of assistance, but we did call off the soundings as we went. Shortly thereafter, we saw that he had gotten off, but we were not through with the shallow water. Looking back, it appeared that he had gone aground again. His draft was a foot or more greater than O.G’s, which explains why we got away with it and he didn’t.
    Captain Ted Jones (former publisher of the late, great “Coastal Cruising” magazine)

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of AICW Nassau Sound Crossing

  • Don’t Dare Miss a Cruise of the St. Johns River

    I could not agree with Captains Flint and Lelie any more if I tried. A cruise of the beautiful St. Johns River is really the best that the eastern shores of the Sunshine State, north of Miami,  has to offer. And, if you are one of those cruisers like ourselves, who really enjoys throwing out the hook about as far removed from civilization as you are likely to get this day and time, then the St. Johns south of Palatka is nothing short of cruising paradise!

    We would encourage all [cruisers] who are heading up the East Coast of Florida to include the St. Johns River in their travels. We have just completed the cruise from Jacksonville to Sanford and back and have enjoyed it very much. The scenery is beautiful and the wildlife abundant. We are not dinghy explorers, but we enjoyed all the little towns along the way. If you do love exploring little creeks with your dinghy, you will have a wonderful time on the river. Don’t miss it!!
    Flint and Leslie Firestone aboard Grace Full at the Outback Crab Shack on Six Mile Creek

    We just finished a week on the St Johns, started at Outback Crabshack to Hontoon Island, 04 APR through 10 APR. Stayed at Hontoon Island State Park ($20.00 a night with 30 AMP power, water and excellent facilities!!!)
    Outstanding time with one exception; We anchored one evening at the Croaker Hole in Little Lake George.
    After dinner, at sunset there was a huge swarming of blind mosquitoes. It completely covered our bimini and flybridge and sundeck area (we estimate over 2.5 million after measuring the bugs and the bimini area) They don’t bite, they just make noise and a mess. We noticed that they stayed away from the open areas of our boat, the bugs seemed to prefer being in covered/closed in areas. The slightest breeze sent them away from our foredeck and top of the sundeck. Little Lake George was the only place we experienced these annoyances, we did not notice any near Hontoon Island.
    Take the trip South of Palatka! Totally worth it.
    wildebeest3

  • A Visit to Adventure Yacht Harbor, AICW Statute Mile 837

    As described in Captain Ted’s log, Adventure Yacht Harbor is accessed to the east from the Waterway through a narrow channel marked with private markers beginning midway between ICW markers #58 and #60 south of Port Orange.

    It was an easy run from New Smyrna Beach to Adventure Yacht Harbor. I called Ben, Assistant Harbormaster, and told him we’d need fuel and a slip for the night. We were there soon after noon. Coming in to the fuel dock in the very narrow channel, we were met by a small runabout coming out who insisted on his right to the middle of the channel. We ran aground, again. Twice in two days. However, we backed off again as soon as the runabout had vacated the channel and continued on to the fuel dock, where Ben was waiting, but the new owner’s wife was waving frantically from the shore to warn us off. We’d been in before, and knew where the shallow water was, so we ignored her. After we refueled and registered, we took the long dock (use to be the fuel dock, apparently) where it was an easy in and out, and we were a short dock-walk away from Boondocks, where we planned to celebrate Malla’s birthday.

    We had to wait for seating, but it was a pleasant evening. When they were ready for us our little beeper sounded. We were shown to a waterside table overlooking the fish-feeding area ($.25 in a coin machine for fish food for the kids) where the catfish and the seabirds hang out for their free lunch. The catfish don’t seem to be intimidated by the pelicans, and fish and bird challenge each other for what is thrown to them. We learned that pelican’s reject french fries, but the fish gobble them up. It wasn’t our french fries, BTW, but those from the next table.
    Captain Ted Jones

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Adventure Yacht Harbor

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  • Delray Harbor Club Marina (Statute Mile 1041)

    Delray Harbor Club Marina guards the Waterway’s western shores, a short hop south of the Palm Beaches.

    We stayed at the Delray Harbor Club Marina (mm 1040.7) last night. They are now very Dog Friendly (Treats and poop bag provided) Transient rate is $2.00/ft. Electric included. No Facility Fee was charged.
    A large mall across the road has a Publix, Marshalls, Radio Shack, Books a Million, Staples, McDonald and lots more. Showers are on the dock as well as a swimming pool. Marina people are nice. Docks are floating but low and very narrow.
    Mitch & Carole Brodkin (with Annie)
    on Serendipity

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Delray Harbor Club Marina

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  • Recommendation of Fleming Island Marina, St. Johns River, south of Jacksonville

    Fleming Island Marina is on the southern shore of Doctors Inlet, southwest of St. Johns River daybeacon #11.

    Fleming Island Marina (on the St. Johns S. of Jacksonville) where we bought the boat was a good one as well, though it can get rolly if on the outside piers in a blow (the St. Johns is very wide at this point.) Probably won’t fit as it is cold in the winter. They had a pool, etc.

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Fleming Island Marina

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  • Liveaboards Permitted at Harbortown Marina, N. Ft. Pierce, AICW Statute Mile 965

    This note is response to a request for a liveaboard marina on the east coast of Florida.

    Harbortown Marina in North Fort Pierce; Perhaps the only fresh water marina just off the ICW (has a fresh water creek that flows through the marina); great restaurant / bar on premises; laundry on premises; walking distance to many stores – food, liquor, barber, etc. and West Marine. Full service repair yard next door with travel lift and full repair capabilities, including a canvas shop. We kept our boat there over a winter when we were on the Loop.
    John and Judy Gill

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Harbortown Marina

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  • Ft. Pierce City Marina Allows Liveaboards, AICW Statute Mile 966.5

     Fort Pierce City Marina 1 Avenue A, Ft. Pierce, FL 34950 Toll Free (800) 619-1780 (772) 464-1245 Facsimile (772) 464-2589This note is response to a request for a liveaboard marina on the east coast of Florida. Note that liveaboards are not permitted at the City Marina’s north section, Fisherman’s Wharf, above the Ft. Pierce high-rise bridge.

    Fort Pierce City Marina [south section]. Good location; Farmer’s market on Saturday mornings; good restaurants in the area; ship’s store; laundry facilities, etc. Friends spent two winters there.
    John and Judy Gill

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Ft. Pierce City Marina

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  • Jones Fuel Dock, Now a Thing of the Past (Statute Mile 945.5)

    Waterway veterans will remember fondly stopping at Jones Fruit dock, north of Vero Beach. Once upon a day, you could tie up here, go ashore and purchase very fresh citrus fruit from Orange Groves literally next door.
    Unfortunately, for most of us those days ended some years ago. The “dock” has been is such poor shape of late that I have not recommended stopping here since the mid 2000’s. I am very sorry to hear of the final passing of Captain Richard Jones. He will be missed up and down the AICW!

    On a sad note, we arrived at Jones Fruit Dock in the Indian River and found everything locked up and the dock empty. We learned from a neighbor that the owner passed away last Saturday, March 26. We had never had the chance to visit the dock before, but had heard from other loopers that it was a stop we should make. We pressed on, but 2 or 3 other looper boats behind us did tie up for the night. The neighbor had no idea what would become of the place.
    Larry & Jane Pfeifer
    on Bavarian Cream

    Here is the Obituary.

    http://tinyurl.com/3trfv6d

    Ted Stehle, Editor
    WaterwayGuide/Skipper Bob Publications

    Thats a real shame
    Jim Lowry

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  • Rivers Edge Marina (St. Augustine, Statute Mile 780)

    Rivers Edge Marina is found well off the AICW, on the San Sebastian River, near this body of water’s upstream cruising limits.

    Rivers Edge (formerly Oyster Creek Marina), St Augustine: Not high end but comfortable and well protected from wakes with a nice cruising community and walking distance to downtown and to shopping.
    Mike & Tammy
    Valhalla II

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Rivers Edge Marina

  • Vero Beach Municipal Marina (Statute Mile 952)

    Vero Beach MarinaHere’s a brief but very encouraging remark about SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, Vero Beach Municipal Marina!

    Vero Beach:Nice marina. Big cruising commuity. Call early if you are going peak season. They have a free bus that goes to shopping areas.
    Mike and Tammy

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Vero Beach Municipal Marina

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  • Turnberry Isle Marina (Statute Mile 1076)

    I can verify from my own experience that Turnberry Isle Marina is HIGH END!!!! On my last visit to this facility by “land yacht,” I parked my Toyota Prius between two Rolls Royces.

    Turnberry Isle, Aventura: Excelent high end facilities, pool, hot tub. They allow liveaboard. They have a free shuttle bus that runs to the mall and their beach club across the AICW. The beach club is included. For a long term stay it was going to be around $1000/month for our boat. The only downside was parking our old pickup between all the lambos and Ferraris.
    Vahalla360

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Turnberry Isle Marina

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  • Good Words for Halifax Harbor Marina, AICW Statute Mile 831

    Halifax Harbor Marina is in Daytona Beach on the western shores of the ICW/Halifax River, south of unlighted daybeacon #39A.

    I suggest you stay at the Halifax Harbor Marina, I lived there for two years and the people and services were great, and you could not beat the rates, for liveaboards, I would still be there if work did not keep me where I am now.
    Sean Hickey

    We just stayed there last week & it is a great place.
    Cheryl Jones

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Halifax Harbor Marina

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  • Major New Publication Available on Florida Anchoring

    Our sincere thanks to Captain Mary Dixon for forwarding the link below. We have read the document in question, and it IS LENGTHY and very wordy, BUT it is perhaps the last word on virtually ALL the issues surrounding the complex and emotionally charged Florida anchoring issue.

    Cruising News:
    New publication on Florida anchoring
    [LINK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE]http://www.flseagrant.org/joomla/images/PDFs/anchoring%20away_03_09_11_full_web3.pdf
    Mary Dixon

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