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Archive For: NC9 – Adams Creek to Beaufort and Morehead City

  • Captain Wally’s Beaufort, NC Impressions (Statute Mile 201)

    The extract below is taken from Captain Wally Moran’s “LiveBloggin’ the ICW” (http://bloggingtheicw.blogspot.com/). He gives some good info about one of our very favorite ports of call, but we must disagree with him about there not being any propane within walking distance of the Beaufort Town Docks. He should have check the Cruisers’ Net’s “NC LPG/CNG Availability” directory at http://cruisersnet.net/category/north-carolina-lpg-cng-availability/. By doing so, he would have discovered a long walk would have taken him to Teels Gas Service at 813 Cedar Street (252-728-7039).

    Beaufort is the first major ocean access harbour on the ICW, if you don’t count Norfolk, at its head. Most of the traffic now is sportfishermen, recreational boats and the occasional freighter. It’s also the first location where you run into substantial tide and current. Those three feet (approx) of tide create a very strong current that affects how you anchor and how and where you put your rode down. Holding in the anchorage is good though, so once you’ve done a proper job of backing down, you can safely nod off.
    The waterfront is one of the nicer ones on the ICW, with a good number of decent pubs overlooking the Beaufort waterfront along its boardwalk. Opposite the waterfront is Radio Island [actually Carrot Shoal – editor] – on occasion you’ll see wild horses there, although I never have for some reason. Beaufort is also where I usually see my first dolphins on every trip south. And for real wildlife, there’s my friend Will and his lime green cat!
    Two major downtown Beaurort highlights are the Maritime Museum and the Wooden Boat Building museum, where they actually build wooden boats. The Maritime Museum has an amazing library with thousands of out of print nautical titles, and probably something for everyone. The Maritime Museum at one time used to have a loaner car for transients – that service is no longer, thanks to lawyers and lawsuits making it prohibitively expensive to do so.
    That’s unfortunate, because shopping is too far to walk – as is a propane refill, which is truly unfortunate, because the tank for my boat heater JUST RAN OUT, and it’s going to be chilly tonight. I’ll have to hook up the cooking propane. Fortunately, I’ll be in Wrightsville Beach tomorrow, and they DO have a loaner car and the propane refill store is very close.
    Wally Moran
    LiveBloggin’ the ICW
    http://bloggingtheicw.blogspot.com/

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  • A Good Visit to Morehead City Docks, AICW Statute Mile 205

    In the heart of downtown, the City docks are on the northern banks of the Morehead City waterfront channel, west of Morehead Gulf Docks. Reservations are made by calling 252-726-2457, but payment is made at the City Library one block from the waterfront at 9th and Evans.

    We stayed at these docks on 11/25/11. Nice new floating docks and new shower facilities. Manager was very nice and helpful.. Great location for downtown Morehead City and waterfront walk. Fast tide that runs abeam so docking can be tough in fast current. Suggest arriving at slack tide for less stress.
    Doyle and LaVisa (Halifax)

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Morehead City Municipal Docks

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  • No Free Pumpout at Jarrett Bay Marine Industrial Park, AICW Statute Mile 197

    Jarrett Bay Marine is located on the eastern shores of ICW-Core Creek passage, south of flashing daybeacon #19.

    Cruising News:
    Buyers beware! We were in need of fuel, water & a pump out on our way south on the ICW. We checked our BoutUS Member Services Guide for a convient location our our way to Beaufort, NC. We found that the Jarrett Bay Boatworks offered a free pump out and it was right on the way. Since we had been there several time on our way north & south, we decided to pull in for the works. Well, the works is what we got! They were busy hauling a large yacht and were told we wanted to pump it out ourself, that would be OK. We did and went to the fuel dock for diesel and water. When I went into the office to pay, I then found out that the charge for a pump out is $30.00!!!!! When my wife called them they said they never offered a free pump out and the book is incorrect. Needless to say, I got the “works” that day. But, they have also lost me as a fuel customer. Buyers Beware!
    Capt. Mike

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Jarrett Bay Marine

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  • A Vote For a Stay at Portside Marina (Morehead City, NC – Statute Mile 205)

    When entering the Morehead City waterfront from the “Turning Basin,” Portside Marina is the first facility that will come abeam to the north.

    We would like to suggest that the Portside Marina in Morehead City is an excellent stop in the Beaufort, NC area. It is family-owned marina and they take care of transient boaters very well. It is the first marina after you pass the ship terminal. Their cost is $1.50 a foot with $10 off the second and third nights. The dockmaster has his PHD but he loves owning the marina and taking care of boaters. Give them a try.
    Flint and Leslie Firestone
    aboard Grace Full

    Last night we stayed at Portside Marina in Morehead City. The Marina is very close to the inlet and we had planned to go out this morning. Great people, very helpful, $1.50/foot electric included, great location. Nice restaurants within walking distance.
    Claudia Young

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Portside Marina

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  • Cruisers Voyaging Through Beaufort, NC – Don’t Miss the Latest Artifacts from Blackbeard the Pirate’s Ship (St. M. 201)

    Be sure to follow the link below and read the article which appeared in the “Jacksonville Daily News.” This will clue one and all into why this is an exciting prospect, and how to view the artifacts!

    For those of you heading south still – stop in Beaufort, NC and see the artifacts from Blackbeards ship – salvage underway!!! Check out:

    http://www.jdnews.com/articles/recover-96613-salvage-aims.html

    Frank Erwin

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  • Mixed Review of Town Creek Marina (Beaufort, NC, Statute Mile 203)

    Town Creek Marina in Beaufort guards the northerly banks of Town Creek, southeast of the Gallants Channel’s flashing daybeacon #14. The damage noted below by Captain Lacroix is due to the recent passing of Hurricane Irene. We are told repairs are underway, but call ahead to make sure the services you need are in place before your arrival.

    Stayed at Town Creek Marina for a night. Staff were really nice and helpful. Unfortunately the marina was in need of repair; we had no power or water. I couldn’t recommend it.
    Eve-Marie Lacroix

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Town Creek Marina

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  • A Good Experience at Morehead City Yacht Basin, AICW Statute Mile 203

    Morehead City Yacht BasinMorehead City Yacht Basin, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is located on the southern flank of the marked channel that runs west from the AICW, just north of the Morehead-Beaufort, Newport River high-rise bridge. We heartily agree with Captain Lacroix, that this is one of the finest facilities to be found anywhere on the Southeastern USA coastline!

    Cruising News:
    Moved to Morehead City Yacht Basin which was perhaps one of the best marinas we have encountered. This is a first class facility. Rented a car for 2 hours for $10. Staff Diana and Tom were great – gave us restaurant advice which couldn’t have been better. Ruddy Duck and Beach Bumz – worth a visit.
    Eve-Marie Lacroix

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Morehead City Yacht Basin

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  • “Treasure Chest Provisions” Pleases in Beaufort, NC, AICW Statute Mile 201

    It’s always good to hear of a new source of supplies within walking distance of your boat. The Town Docks Ed refers to are, of course, the Beaufort Municipal Docks. Cruisers can access Treasure Coast Provisions by walking north on Craven Street.
    Another provisioning choice in Beaufort is the Coastal Community Market, located at 606 Broad St (252-728-2844, http://www.coastalcommunitymarket.com/). It’s a few more blocks away, but here you will discover a nice selection of local vegetables, eggs and breads, plus more than a few choices in the way of organic foods.

    For all of those cruising in the Beaufort/Morehead City, NC, area there is a new grocery/convenience store open half-a-block away from the Beaufort Town Docks.
    The new store, called Treasure Chest Provisions, is located at 129 Middle Lane. The store carries ice, packaged grocery items, some perishables (including bread and milk), plus dry goods. To reach the new store, boaters walk north on Craven Street from the Front Street town docks.
    Skipper Ed

    I Was in Beaufort N C just a day or so ago and I found Treasure Chest Provisions store on 129 Middle lane just a block from the dock master house. It was PERFECT the store had eggs, milk, cheese, yougart lettuce and just about all the supplies that we needed from being out after a month at sea. Just needed some wine but was told that it is coming. The employee was very polite and outgoing. This is a shop that will get my business each time I pull into port. I wish them great success to everything in the upcoming year.
    Alex Robinson

    Treasure Chest at 129 Middle Lane in Beaufort N C has just what most boaters are looking for. We stopped in on way to Canada and look forward to stopping in again on way back down. Love the home made baked goods.
    My crew and I were in Beaufort just a few days ago on our way back to Canada and stopped in Beaufort NC . we needed milk and eggs and found Treasure Chest Gift & Provisions. they not only had the milk & eggs that we needed we found fresh baked goods as well as fresh fruit and vegetables. This is a store that has been long in coming. Make sure to stop by the owners are so friendly. Look forward to seeing them again on our way back down south.
    Mary Alice Jones

    Cruising News:
    just spent three beautiful days in beaufort, nc. i was happy to find a new store, Treasure Chest Provisions, located at 121 Craven Street. They had eggs, milk, cheese, produce, dry goods, etc. at very reasonable prices. i was happy to replenish some supplies without taking a trip to the food lion! It is a small shop located in the back of the gift store. they just opened in may. Please support them.
    Linda

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Beaufort Municipal Docks

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  • A Sad Passing For the Cruising Community – Jim Flynt (Core Creek Marine) 1939 – 2011

    Yesterday afternoon (10/4/11), I was talking with the good people at Jarrett Bay Marine Industrial Park (near Beaufort, North Carolina), and was shocked to learn of the passing of Jim Flynt, founder and president of popular Core Creek Marine repair yard. Over the past ten years I had come to know Jim, and considered him a true friend. From time to time we would get together or speak over the telephone about what was going on in the boating world. Once, I’m humbled to say, Jim hosted a dinner for yours truly while I was researching a new edition of my “Cruising Guide to Coastal North Carolina.” We arrived at Jim’s very interesting homeplace dirty and sweaty after a long day of on-the-water research. He took one look at us, and ushered both I and my research assistant to his nearest shower. I will always remember that kindness, and what became a very special evening thereafter.
    Over the last several years, I knew Jim was struggling with Cancer. As someone whose own first-rate, first-mate is battling the same disease, from time to time I asked Jim how he was progressing. It was so typical of Jim to underplay his condition. Only a few weeks ago in a telephone conversation, he assured me that he was doing “fine.”
    After more than thirty years in the marine business, I can say with some authority that I never met anyone more passionate about quality marine service and repair than Jim Flynt. Once, as I was photographing Core Creek Marine, I noticed the staff repainting a transom that I knew had just been finished the day before. When I asked why, Jim said, “Oh, we have to fix this drip.” I had to get down on my hands and knees, put my face practically up to the gel-coat, and get the angle of the light just right before I could (sort of) see the “drip” in question. Yet, here was Jim making it right, with NO additional cost to his customer.
    That’s just the kind of person Jim was, and he WILL be missed, not just by yours truly, but by the entire cruising community. Indeed, all of us who take to the water have lost a real friend and kindred spirit with Jim’s passing. I know all cruisers will join with me in expressing our deepest sympathies to his staff, family and fiance.
    So Jim:
    May the Wind Always Be at Your Back,
    May the Road Rise to Meet You,
    And may God hold you in the palm of his hand

    Today, we received the announcements below from Karmen Fazzari at Core Creek Marine:

    To Our Friends and Customers
    Core Creek Marine regrets to announce the death of its founder and president, Jim Flynt. In the space of ten years, Jim built the boatyard from scratch into one of the most respected marine service companies on the East Coast. His vision and integrity will be sorely missed.
    Core Creek Marine will continue without interruption to provide the full range and quality of services for which it has become known. Our knowledgeable and dedicated staff remains in place to serve your boating needs. If you have any questions, please contact Karmen at (252) 728-7358 or at info@corecreekmarine.com.
    Below is the obituary that will appear this week in the Carteret News-Times:

    James Rudolph Flynt, Jr.
    BEAUFORT NC James Rudolph Flynt Jr. died Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011. Mr. Flynt, 72, passed away at his home here after an extended illness.
    A memorial service will be at St. Francis-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Pine Knoll Shores on Saturday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m.
    Mr. Flynt was born on June 20, 1939, in Garden City, N.Y. to James R. Flynt Sr. and Elizabeth Fletcher Flynt. He was an engineering graduate of Virginia Tech and attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
    Mr. Flynt was the founder and owner of Core Creek Marine boatyard in the Jarrett Bay Industrial Park. He began his career as an industrial engineer with R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., in Winston-Salem. He left Reynolds to form, with a partner, Famco Inc., a metal fabricating business that in its heyday employed as many as 175 people.
    After selling Famco and moving to Carteret County in 2001, Mr. Flynt was an enthusiastic supporter and board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Beaufort. He was also a founding member and vestryman of his church, St. Francis-by-the-Sea in Pine Knoll Shores. He was an enthusiastic blue water sailor.
    Mr. Flynt leaves one daughter, The Rev. Karen F. Humbert of Huntington, W.Va.; a grand-daughter, Austin A. Humbert, a student at New York University, and his fiancée and devoted companion, Dona Anastasi-Styron.
    In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a memorial gift to either the Boys and Girls Club of Beaufort or to St. Francis-by-the-Sea.

    Bummer, Jim was one of the good ones.
    Eddie Jones

    Claiborne,
    Like you I had only known Jim Flynt for a few years since moving to Beacons Reach in Pine Knoll Shores, NC. I met him through St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church and the Winston-Salem Sail & Power Squadron.
    And like you I knew him as a compassionate and exacting mariner who loved sailing and was a champion of the Boys & Girls Club organization. He is missed here.
    On a personal note, my wife Bobbie and I are both survivors, and we both hope Karen is doing well. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for her.
    Kindest personal regards,
    Harold “Cap’n H” O’Briant
    Executive Officer
    District 27
    United States Power Squadrons

  • Price Angst at Beaufort Municipal Docks, Beaufort, NC, AICW Satutue Mile 201

    We confirmed David’s prices: $2.30/ft under 50ft, $2.50 for 50ft and over, $6.00/night for 30amp, $12.00/night for 50amp. There is a $.10 per foot discount for seven days or longer. The transient rates at Charleston’s City Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, are $2.00/ft up to 69 ft and their monthly rates vary with the season. In September, the monthly rate is $20/ft. Comparing this to Harbor Town Yacht Basin, also A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, on Hilton Head where the rates are $2.00 up to 49ft, $2.50 50ft to 79ft with weekly discounts of $.25 /foot up to 49ft and $.50 /foot 50ft to 79ft. $12 for 30amp and $15 for 50amp, makes Beaufort Municipal Docks slightly more expensive than both City Marina and Harbor Town. With these prices along the AICW, one can easily understand why anchoring rights are so much in the news now.

    We loved old town Beaufort – great food, shops and friendly people. The marina is expensive (2.30/ft with a whopping 0.10 discount for > 7 days) — 2 weeks there cost almost twice what a month costs at Charleston City Marina which is much nicer. Lots of current, rude staff (except the head dockmaster who was very helpful and friendly), and old equipment. We’ll not return.
    David Fry

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Beaufort Municipal Docks

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    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s South Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Charleston City Marina

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    Click Here To View This Facility’s Full Listing of Services on the South Carolina Marina Directory

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  • Shoaling Surveyed at Channel to Beaufort, NC AICW Statute Mile 204

    This shoaling is occurring at the mouth of the Beaufort Harbor Channel south of the Waterway and should not affect most cruisers unless the shoaling increases significantly. Caution is still recommended as you enter the harbor channel.

    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS: Week 38/11
    A ACOE survey indicates shoaling to a depth of 7.9 feet MLE between Beaufort Harbor Channel Lighted Buoy 2 (LLNR 34805) and Beaufort Harbor Channel Lighted Buoy 1BH (LLNR 34810). The shoal extends across the width of the channel.
    Chart: 11547

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  • Dock Is Ready for Use at Sanitary Fish Market (Morehead City, NC, near Statute Mile 205)

    Sanitary Fish Market (Restaurant) has been a fixture on the Morehead Waterfront since my family first began coming here in the 1950′s. They are kings of fried seafood. For many, many years Sanitary has featured a dock for its patrons along the town waterfront just behind the restaurant The new, updated dock is now open to boaters.

    As per 17 August 11, water at the new floating dock is 15ft deep at low tide. Tide runs 4 to 5 feet. Tie up at the floating dock is unassisted on a first come, first served basis (Grab it and Growl). $25.00/night if you eat dinner there. $1.00/foot if you do not eat there. The $1.00/foot applies when they are closed, the Sunday after Thanksgiving until the first Friday in February.
    Jim Powell

    Ted Garner, owner of Sanitary Seafood is a friend of ours and an MTOA port capt. He has made some renovations including putting a full service bar at the restaurant in addition to the outside deck. He is just waiting for the permits to put in a new floating dock at the restaurant which he hopes will be in by the end of June. So be patient it will come. In addition, he is a very accommodating port capt. for those who plan to be in the area a need any assistance.
    Jane

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  • Praise for Blue Moon Bistro, Beaufort, NC, AICW Satutue Mile 201

    There are few cruisers who are not “foodies” and restaurant hunting is high on most in-port priority lists. Blue Moon is located within easy walking distance of the Beaufort Municipal Docks, and according to Captain Barney, it sounds wonderful. We also HIGHLY recommend Spouter Inn and Beaufort Grocery Company (Restaurant) for all who coil their lines in Beaufort, NC!

    Blue Moon Bistro is a must for foodies. Perfect preparation and professional waitstaff. Best food around. Located at 119 Queen St., one block from the waterfront.
    Barney

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Beaufort Municipal Docks

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  • Report on Town Creek Marina, Beaufort, NC, near AICW Statute Mile 201

    Town Creek Marina is located on the northern banks of Town Creek, southeast of the Gallants Channel’s flashing daybeacon #14, departing the Waterway southeast at marker #30, mile 201, .

    I had mechanical problems and SeaTow recommended this marina because they had mechanics. Steve Tulevech was service manager and handled problem. Their mechanic fixed problem and the charge was very reasonable. They also have very good restaurant with seafood at reasonable prices. I recommend this marina. They have parts department if you need any parts or mechanical supplies.
    Captain Ed Kroposki

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Town Creek Marina

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  • Bakery Recommended in Morehead City, NC, AICW Statute Mile 204

    Alex & Brett, Inc. is one block north of the famous Sanitary Fish Market at the corner of Arendell and 5th St and within easy walking distance of the four marinas along the Morehead City waterfront. Telephone: 252-622-4688. Enjoy!

    We were in Morehead City this weekend and discovered a wonderful bakery..Alex & Brett. They are located near the waterfront at 513 Arendall back in the corner of the shopping center. Their fresh bread and deserts are wonderful. They sell many items that are “boat” friendly. We were not disappointed with any of our selections.
    Capt. Janet Childers

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  • News from Morehead City Docks, AICW Statute Mile 205

    In the heart of downtown, the City docks are on the northern banks of the Morehead City waterfront channel, west of Morehead Gulf Docks. Reservations are made by calling 252-726-2457, but payment is made at the City Library one block from the waterfront at 9th and Evans.

    City Docks at Morehead City. Not in Waterway Guide yet. $1.50/’ including elect. Heads and showers. Pay at City Library or on phone by credit card. To book reservation call the City Library @ 252-726-3012.
    Hank Evans aboard Queen Ann’s Revenge

    Ted Garner, owner of Sanitary Seafood is a friend of ours and a MTOA port capt. He has made some renovations including putting a full service bar at the restaurant in addition to the outside deck. He is just waiting for the permits to put in a new floating dock at the restaurant which he hopes will be in by the end of June. So be patient it will come. In addition, he is a very accommodating port capt. for those who plan to be in the area and need any assistance.
    Jane Deane

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Morehead City Municipal Docks

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  • Recommended Hair Salon in Beaufort, NC, AICW Statute Mile 204

    After several weeks of fighting the briny, there’s nothing like a good hair salon or barber shop to make us feel human again. Thanks, Barbara, for your recommendation!

    I went to a great Hair Salon this week right on the water by the Beaufort city marina. Go to Jack Best Hair Salon, 412 Front Street. I had my hair colored and cut by Ron Hux; he did a great job and I would highly recommend the salon. You can reach Ron at 252-728-0951. It is a small shop so you may want to call ahead for an appointment.
    Barbara Cordello

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  • Queen Anne’s Revenge Exhibit in Beaufort, NC, AICW Statute Mile 204

    In 1718, the notorious pirate Blackbeard lost his flagship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, when it ran aground in Beaufort Inlet. The North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort reveals the treasures and mysteries of Blackbeard’s flagship, Queen Anne’s Revenge, with a new exhibit opening June 2011. The exhibit illuminates the life of pirates aboard the ship from 1717 to 1718, with artifacts, interactive features and fun facts. The museum is located at 315 Front St on Beaufort’s waterfront and is free to the public.

    For those of you heading through NC, in Beaufort on June 11 will be the Opening Exhibit of the recovery of Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge from the Beaufort Inlet.

    http://www.ncmaritimemuseums.com/beaufort.html
    http://www.beaufort-nc.com
    http://www.historicbeaufort.com
    http://www.beaufort-nc.com/
    Frank & Chris Erwin MTOA #2214

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  • Beaufort Public Library in New Location, Beaufort, NC AICW Statute Mile 204

    The Carteret County Library in Beaufort, NC has moved to a new location: 1702 Live Oak Street, Suite 100, Beaufort, NC 28516-6139, Phone: (252) 728-2050. http://carteret.cpclib.org. While not within walking distance from the marinas, bicycling might be possible. Live Oak Street is Hwy 70, running east and northeast through Beaufort. And remember that Beaufort Municipal Docks has a courtesy car.

    The library in Beaufort has moved out of town and is no longer in walking distance of any of the marinas.
    Lee Beere

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Beaufort Municipal Docks

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  • Good Canvas Shop in Beaufort, NC, AICW Statute Mile 204

    Cat’s Paw Canvas is 10 miles north of Beaufort and can be reached at 252-728-2122.

    I would like to put in a good word for Cat’s Paw Canvas out of Beaufort, NC. I had a small need for Sunbrella fabric and Rick took very good care of me, and quickly. Nice to know that there are still folks out there that are great people!!!
    Mike Williams, SV Chardonnay, Wilmington, NC

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