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  • NC Boating Course Offered in Wilmington, Cape Fear River

    This news of a boating course in Wilimngton, NC, as announced in StarNewsOnline, is good news for first time boaters.

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    Ned W. Rhodes, lead instructor with Cape Fear Sail & Power Squadron (right) poses with Capt. Doug Springer of Wilmington Water Tours. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

    Ned W. Rhodes, lead instructor with Cape Fear Sail & Power Squadron (right) poses with Capt. Doug Springer of Wilmington Water Tours. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO


    New boating course a team effort

    Contributed article
    Published: Monday, April 18, 2016 at 11:16 a.m.
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    Thanks to a recent fusion of resources from the Cape Fear Community College, Wilmington Water Tours LLC, and the Cape Fear Sail and Power Squadron, local boaters have access to a modern, comprehensive, shore- and water- based learning experience.

    The program would not exist without all three players. CFCC has the superbly equipped, large, centrally located lecture spaces needed to accommodate three-times-a-year classes of 30 to 50 students participating in what is known as America’s Boating Course. Wilmington Water Tours operates the course’s “floating classroom,” a catamaran named the Wilmington that can comfortably host up to 45 students at a time. The Cape Fear Sail and Power Squadron provides the certified experienced instructors, the practical expertise and the instructional materials needed to complete the effort.

    The course begins in downtown Wilmington with a day of classes, capped by a state-sponsored certification test in CFCC’s Union Station building. The classes touch on all aspects of boating safety – including required equipment, basic boat handling, weather hazards, signals, lights and rules of the road – and practical tips drawn from the experiences of veteran instructors.

    The next session of America’s Boating Course will begin on May 14th. For more information, see www.capefearboatingcourse.org.

    CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ARTICLE

     

  • BoatUS News: NC TowBoatUS Captain Named Volunteer of the Year

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    BoatUS remains the premiere advocate for boaters and boating safety on all waters and SSECN is proud to have BoatUS as a SPONSOR!

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    (L) Capt. Lee Sykes receives the “Volunteer of the Year” award from (R) CCA NC Executive Director David Sneed.

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    Boat Owners Association of The United States
    880 S. Pickett St., Alexandria, VA 22304
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Press Contact: D. Scott Croft, 703-461-2864, SCroft@BoatUS.com

    Coastal Conservation Association North Carolina Names
    TowBoatUS Capt. Lee Sykes Volunteer of the Year
    “Chapter Would Remain A Vibrant Voice for Coastal Fisheries Conservation”

    RALEIGH, NC, April 18, 2016 – At its recent annual meeting, the State Board of Directors for the Coastal Conservation Association North Carolina (CCA NC) named local on water towing Captain and TowBoatUS Beaufort owner Lee Sykes “Volunteer of the Year.”

    An advocate for coastal fisheries and owner of a local 24-hour on water recreational boat towing and assistance company, Sykes is the CCA NC President of the Crystal Coast Chapter and is credited with “Revitalizing this chapter and bringing it back as a significant contributor to our efforts in North Carolina,” said Chapter Member and CCA NC Board Member Bert Owens. The chapter is one of 13 in North Carolina. “He was determined that the Crystal Coast Chapter would remain a vibrant voice for coastal fisheries conservation in North Carolina.”

    “I’m honored to have been selected,” Said Sykes. “I’m out on our waters nearly every day and believe that everyone needs to do their part. I’ve always wanted to ensure that my own child will continue to have a vibrant fishery for her generation, and our coastal waters continue to provide a quality fishing experience that doesn’t diminish.”

    Part of a nationwide network of 300 locations and over 600 towboats, Sykes’ TowBoatUS business is North Carolina’s largest, providing 24-hour on water towing assistance and soft ungrounding services to recreational boaters, much like a reliable auto club. It also offers salvage services. In addition to Beaufort, Sykes’ additional TowBoatUS locations include Swansboro, Jordon Lake, Falls Lake, Sharon Harris Lake, Gaston Lake, Kerr Lake, Smith Mountain Lake VA, and most recently High Rock Lake. For more visit BoatUS.com/beaufort.

    CCA and its state-chapter network are engaged in hundreds of local, state and national programs and projects related to marine conservation, including initiating scientific studies, funding marine science scholarships, building artificial reefs, creating finfish hatcheries, initiating hydrologic and contaminant studies, monitoring the quality and quantity of freshwater inflows, supporting local marine law enforcement and more. For more visit www.ccanc.org.

    About TowBoatUS:
    Celebrating 50 years in 2016, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) is the nation’s leading advocate, services and safety group for recreational boaters. We provide our over half-million members with a wide array of helpful services, including 24-hour on water towing that gets you safely home when your boat won’t, will bring you fuel if you run out, jumpstart your dead battery, or provide a gentle pull after you’ve run aground. The TowBoatUS towing fleet is North America’s largest network of towing ports with over 300 locations and over 600 towing assistance vessels, responding to over 70,000 requests for assistance each year. For more information go to BoatUS.com/towing.

  • Latest News from Port City Marina, Cape Fear River, Wilmington, NC


    Port City Marina - Wilmington, NC

    Port City Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR and newly opened for business, is located along the eastern banks of the Cape Fear River, in the heart of downtown Wilmington, NC.

    “Slip into Somewhere More Comfortable”
    The Port City Marina is a protected, deep water, full-service marina in Wilmington, North Carolina with over 200 state-of-the-art floating concrete wet slips and a full complement of first-class amenities situated in the heart of downtown. You can walk to restaurants, check out the thriving downtown art scene, or explore the boutique shops. Convenience at its finest.

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    Click here for the Latest News from Port City Marina

    Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Port City Marina

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Port City Marina

  • More Good Words for Portside Marina, Morehead City, NC, AICW 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.

    These folks are very helpful, since we had a weather layover. Rate them highly and will return.
    Dusty

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

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Portside Marina

  • REMINDER: Oriental NC Boat Show This Weekend, AICW Statute Mile 181

    Our focus is to assist boaters with the purchase or sale of their powerboats. All our yacht owners are trained and educated on the handling and systems of their new vessel as part of our service. We want to make sure your experience with us is easy by being thorough with your needs. Through aggressive internet marketing, publication ads, and our long term networks we also have the resources to get your yacht sold! Our experience allows us the understanding of the market place.See http://cruisersnet.net/155023 for Show Announcement. Intracoastal Yacht Sales, a long-time SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, offers full service brokerage representation from three locations, Wrightsville Beach, NC, Little River, SC and Charleston, SC.

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    #1: You’ve probably already heard the cardinal rule of docking a boat: Never approach the pier any faster than you’re willing to hit it. In other words, you never know when a sudden “oopsie” will cause your precious fiberglass chariot to do the opposite of what you had intended. Just in case, always approach solid objects slowly enough that if your docking job turns into a ramming, the results won’t be tragic.

    #2: Use enough juice to get the job done. When it comes to causes of disastrous docking, applying insufficient power comes in a close second to applying too much. You need to counter and overcome momentum, wind, and current. If you don’t tell your boat what to do—with authority—one or more of these other factors is likely to take over.

    #3: Always look before you leap. Give your slip a hairy eyeball, even if you’ve backed into it 100 times before. The biggest issue here is mooring lines. If any lines of yours or a neighboring slip fell off a piling and into the water, current could stretch it out across your path. Tangle a mooring line in your propeller, and that docking job will go south in a hurry.

    #4: With twin inboards, don’t touch the wheel. Ever. You’ll be tempted, but you have more control if you leave the wheel centered and use only the engines. If you do turn the wheel, then when you try to use the engines and the prop-wash hits a cockeyed rudder, the boat may take an unexpected path.

    #5: In heavy winds, reduce your windage. Particularly in a small boat, this can have a dramatic effect on how easy or how hard it is to dock. A Bimini top or an Isinglass enclosure can act like a sail on a powerboat, and throw you out of kilter. On a sailboat, a sail lazily left unfurled can have the same effect.

    #6: Never kill the engines until all the lines are secure. Many people who don’t know how to dock a boat well make the mistake of shutting down as soon as the boat is in the slip, but you never know if a crewmember is going to drop his or her line(s), or when a piling will slip out of reach. Keep the powerplants on, so you can maneuver as necessary.

    #7: Don’t be afraid to abort. This is especially important for sailboats, single-screw inboards, and other boats with a limited ability to maneuver. If the approach doesn’t seem to be going well don’t try to force the issue; instead, circle back for another try.

    # 8: Learn how to dock a boat using fenders that are placed with precision. There’s more to this than merely hanging the fenders over the side; you need to judge where the boat will kiss a piling, and how to orient the fenders so they don’t get caught under the pier or swing freely above it. Position them properly and you’ll find that even the best boaters in the world can do a better job of damage-free docking, with the pressure-points protected.

    #9: When docking any type of single-engine boat, always turn the wheel before applying power—not during or after. That way, you won’t get a blast of forward or reverse before the blast of port or starboard kicks in.

    #10: Always apply short bursts of power, instead of steady power. This allows you to maneuver without building up a lot of momentum, which can quickly get out of control.

    www.IntracoastalYachtSales.com
    Call Capt. Ric Stanley in Wrightsville Beach at 910-297-4444
    Capt. Doug Ford in Little River SC at 843-340-0080
    Capt. Bobby Gregory in Charleston SC at 843-412-6587

  • Reminder: NC Boater Safety Programs Begin April 2 at Lake Norman USPS

    As P/C Stuart reminds his fellow North Carolinians, a Boater Safety class, if born on or after January 1, 1988, is mandatory to operate a vessel with 10 or more horsepower. The work done by this Power Squadron to promote boating and boating safety is outstanding.

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    FUTURE SCHEDULES

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    “Remember North Carolina law requires that “Vessel operators born after January 1st 1988 must have successfully completed a Boating Safety Education course to operate motorized water craft over 10 horsepower”.

    Click on link below to access our LNSPS Inland SeaFarer” newsletter
    http://www.usps.org/lakenorman/Seafarer_Directory.htm

    Sincerely,
    P/C Steven Stuart, AP
    Executive Officer LNSPS

  • Curtis Stokes & Associates presents “Journey”, Edenton, NC, Albemarle Sound



    SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET is proud to welcome our newest sponsor, Curtis Stokes and Associates of North Carolina.

    Edenton, NC - the prettiest town in the South!

    Historic Edenton, also A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is 300 Years Young! Come and let them prove it!

    Curtis Stokes & Associates presents “Journey”….

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    At Curtis Stokes & Associates, we specialize in marketing some of the finest vessels available in the Southeast. Located in Jacksonville, NC, “Journey” is a prime example. She is a classic 2006 36′ Monk Double Cabin trawler whose experienced owner has maintained her in turn-key condition and is willing to assist the buyer with delivery and – or training. Get a complete description and view a video of this beautiful boat here: http://www.curtisstokes.net/trawler-for-sale-monk36-journey.html.

    For more information or to schedule an appointment to view “Journey” please call Wayne Smith in Edenton, NC, at 516-445-1932 or you can email him at wayne@curtisstokes.net.

    Our customers know they can come to Curtis Stokes & Associates to find some of the most seaworthy yachts on the market today. If you have a boat to sell, find out how we can market your vessel not just here in the Southeast but throughout the country and in overseas markets as well. And if you’re in the market for a boat, find out about our buyer broker service here: http://www.curtisstokes.net/yacht-buyer-brokerage-service.html.
    To view our complete inventory of fine yachts visit us at www.curtisstokes.net

    Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Edenton Harbor (City Docks)

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Edenton Harbor (City Docks)

  • Vessel Safety Inspections by Lake Norman Sail and Power Squadron, Lake Norman, NC

    In addition to Boater Safety classes, see http://cruisersnet.net/155450, Lake Norman USPS also offers free Vessel Safety Inspections. See the schedule below and their website linked below for more information. The work done by this Power Squadron to promote boating and boating safety is outstanding.

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    Sincerely,
    P/C Steven Stuart, AP
    Executive Officer LNSPS

    www.usps.org/lakenorman

  • Good Words from Bennett Brothers Yachts, Cape Fear River, Wilmington, NC


    Bennett Brothers Yachts/Cape Fear Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is located on the eastern banks of the northeast Cape Fear River, just north of the Isabel Holmes – Highway 133 bascule bridge, and only a few steps from the downtown Wilmington waterfront. Our thanks to Peter Kurki of Bennett Brothers Yachts for these kind words.

    Thank you Cruisers Net for providing quality information at a most convenient time. Fun relevant and current information make for a safe journey. Keep up the great work, Captains often say they saw and read it first on your forum.

    Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Bennett Brothers Yachts/Cape Fear Marina

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Bennett Brothers Yachts/Cape Fear Marina

  • NC Public Boating Safety Classes, Lake Norman Power Squadron, Lake Norman, NC

    As P/C Stuart reminds his fellow North Carolinians, a Boater Safety class, if born on or after January 1, 1988, is mandatory to operate a vessel with 10 or more horsepower. See their website linked below for more information. The work done by this Power Squadron to promote boating and boating safety is outstanding.

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    Greetings Everyone,
    The Lake Norman Sail and Power Squadron would like your help getting the message out to our boating public and support our “2016 Boater Safety Educational and Vessel Safety Check programs”.
    Review schedule below, ask them to pick a ABC class or VSC examination at their convenience. Call or enroll on line to register.
    “Remember North Carolina law requires that “Vessel operators born after January 1st 1988 must have successfully completed a Boating Safety Education course to operate motorized water craft over 10 horsepower”.

    CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC BOATING COURSES

    Sincerely,
    P/C Steven Stuart, AP
    Executive Officer LNSPS

    ABC Students can contact Terry Middleton at 704-483-4408 or visit our website at www.usps.org/lakenorman to register and pay on-line. VSC can be arranged by calling Jim Carver at 704-609-4276

  • Welcome Curtis Stokes and Associates! Edenton, NC, Albemarle Sound


    SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET is proud to welcome our newest sponsor, Curtis Stokes and Associates of North Carolina.

    Edenton, NC - the prettiest town in the South!

    Historic Edenton, also A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is 300 Years Young! Come and let them prove it!

    Curtis Stokes and Associates is a professional, successful, licensed and bonded yacht brokerage firm, with brokers based throughout the United States and Europe and local representation based in Edenton, NC. Our buyers know that we personally inspect every yacht and boat we list. Our sellers rely on us for a proactive approach to marketing their yachts that includes extensive promotion in both print and electronic media.

    For sellers, we regularly advertise in national, regional and local magazines. We strongly encourage other brokers to sell our listings through co-brokerage agreements and we participate and display in special events year-round.

    Our internet marketing is second to none. Our web site – curtisstokes.net – is specifically designed to secure the best search engine rankings possible. We also partner with such leading yachting websites as Yachtworld.com, Yatco.com, Boattrader.com, boats.com, marinesource.com, yachtsforsale.com, iboats.com, theyachtmarket.com, moreboats.com and others, ensuring that our listings get the broadest internet exposure possible.

    For boat buyers, we specialize in buyer brokerage, where we preview boats for you and provide you our feedback, thus reducing wasted time and money on your part chasing the wrong boats. Since we collect our commission from the listing broker or seller, there is no extra cost to you for this service.

    For a free evaluation detailing how we can help market your boat or if you’re now searching for that perfect yacht, call your North Carolina Curtis Stokes & Associates rep, Wayne Smith at 516-445-1932, or email him at wayne@curtisstokes.net.

    Please visit our website at:

    www.curtisstokes.net

  • Typical Shoaling Reported in Hatteras Inlet, Pamlico Sound, NC


    Hatteras Inlet lies well off the Waterway, on the eastern edge of Pamlico Sound. This narrow, unstable seaward passage cuts the southern reaches of Hatteras Island and the northern strands of Ocracoke Island. We have had Navigation Alerts posted in this inlet for some time (http://cruisersnet.net/?p=76962 and http://cruisersnet.net/?p=76962) and, despite recent dredging (http://cruisersnet.net/?p=123320), we still advise that no one attempt to make use of this inlet channel without very specific local knowledge!

    Mariners are advised that an area of shoaling has been reported in the Hatteras Inlet between buoys 4 (LLNR 28650) and 5 (LLNR 28653) with an approximate dept of 2 feet at mean low tide. The report indicated shoaling is encroaching approximately 80 percent of the channel. Mariners are urged to use caution when transiting this area.
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    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Hatteras Inlet

  • Shoaling Reported in Carolina Beach Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 294


    Note that this shoaling is in the Inlet proper, not in the Waterway.

    NC – CAROLINA BEACH INLET – SHOALING
    Mariners are advised that an area of shoaling has been reported in the vinicty of Carolina Beach Inlet between buoys 1 (LLNR 30265) through 6 (LLNR 30290). The report indicated shoaling of 2.0 feet at mean low water. Mariners are urged to use caution when transiting this area. Chart 11534 LNM 52/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Carolina Beach Inlet

  • New Navigation Aids for Severe Shoaling at New Topsail Inlet/AICW Statute 271


    This shoaling, at the intersection of Black Mud Channel (New Topsail Inlet), has had a Navigation Alert posted for shoaling since May 0f 2014. See http://cruisersnet.net/nav-alerts/new-reports-of-shoaling-at-new-topsail-inletaicw-intersection-statute-mile-270-may-12-2014/.

    NC – ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (AICW), TOPSAIL, NORTH CAROLINA SHOALING CONDITIONS AT AICW MILE MARKER 271
    Mariners are advised of shoaling on the AICW at Mile Marker 271 in Topsail, North Carolina. A significant shoal has been observed in the vicinity of the Howards Creek Channel intersection with the AICW to depths as low as 2 feet at mean-low water. The shoal extends approximately 300
    yards along the eastern side of the AICW from approximate position 34º21’18.00’’N, 77º40’53.00’’W to 34º21’13.00’’N, 077º41’02.00’’ with depths varying between 2 feet to 5 feet at mean low water. The Coast Guard has established an additional two aids to navigation in the navigation channel to mark best available depths of water which vary between 5 feet and 7 feet at mean low water.
    • NEW RIVER – CAPE FEAR RIVER BUOY 98C. In position 34-21-14.12N, 077-41-02.33W
    • NEW RIVER – CAPE FEAR RIVER BUOY 99C. In position 34-21-13.20N, 077-41-01.78W
    Mariners are highly encouraged to obtain the most recent U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington, North Carolina District hydrographic survey information, shoaling condition and controlling depth at:
    http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/HydrographicSurveys/InletsCrossings.aspx
    Mariners should use caution when navigating in this area. The aids to navigation in this area may not be charted and may not be marking best water due to continually shifting shoals. Consult Local Notice to Mariners, 5th Coast Guard District for the latest positions and status of aids to navigation at: http://www.navcen.uscg.gov/?pageName=lnmDistrict&region=5
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    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at AICW/New Topsail Inlet

  • Southern BBQ in Wrightsville Beach, NC, AICW Statute Mile 280


    Winston Fowler sends a recommendation for a BBQ restaurant that he feels you cannot pass up. The winter months along the Waterway are perfect for good BBQ! Wrightsville Beach Marina is on the southeast side of the Waterway below the HWY 17 bridge in the heart of Wrightsville Beach.

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    Larry,
    This is one GREAT place for cruisers to get a flavor of SOUTHERN BBQ, that is only 2.7 miles from Wrightsville Beach Marina. Awesome.
    Winston

    Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Wrightsville Beach Marina

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Wrightsville Beach Marina

  • Praise for Dudley’s Marina, Swansboro, NC, AICW Statute Mile 229


    Dudley’s Marina lies northeast of the Waterway near AICW marker #46A, and just a walk across two bridges and a causeway from downtown Swansboro, NC.

    Great experience here: cheap, GREAT customer service – dock hands were incredibly accommodating. Easy access. Ship store well stocked.
    Louie

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

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Dudley’s Marina

  • Lake Norman USPS December Newsletter, Inland Seafarer

    Each month, Greg & Sandi Shekita of Sherrills Ford, NC faithfully send their newsletter, Inland Seafarer, outlining the many activities of this excellent North Carolina Sail and Power Squadron. The work they do to promote boating and boating safety is outstanding.

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    Link to December Lake Norman Sail & Power Squadrons newsletter

    Happy Holidays!

    Greg & Sandi Shekita
    6984 Golden Bay Ct.
    Sherrills Ford, NC 28673

  • Bridge Repairs, Hwy 17, Hertford, NC, Western Albemarle Sound


    Waterway travelers wishing to make a side trip visit to Hertford Bay Marina on the Perquimans River off Western Albemarle Sound will pass under this Hwy 17 bridge with a vertical clearance of 33ft, southeast of Hertford, NC. See http://cruisersnet.net/?p=149723 for a report on Hertford Bay Marina.

    NC – PERQUIMANS RIVER – HERTFORD – BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
    Mariners are advised to take caution and proceed slowly when approaching the construction site taking place under the Route 17 Bridge crossing the Perquimans River in Hertford, NC. The repairs are to the fender system and anticipated to take place between January 4, 2016 and August 30, 2016 between the hours of 7:30 AM and 5:00 PM. During this time mariners are urged to transit the area with additional caution as floating equipment may be present and portions of the fender system may be removed. For any comments or questions, contact the Marine Events
    Coordinator at Coast Guard Sector North Carolina, (910) 772-2212, or at CMarineEvents@uscg.mil Chart 12205 LNM 49/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Hertford Waterfront

  • Good Words for St. James Plantation Marina, AICW Statute Mile 315


    St. James Plantation Marina is on the Waterway’s northerly banks, some one nautical mile west of flashing daybeacon #16.

    St James Marina has been a nice stop for us as well. Nice floating docks well protected just off the ICW at approx. 315. Dock rate at 1.25 per foot Dec 7, 2015. Nice restaurant, Deli, small store items, and art gallery store that sell items made by the St James Residents only. We found the art gallery to have some very beautiful items. The Restaurant had both indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the marina. Fuel dock with both gasoline and diesel. Laundry machines 1 dollar each. Hot showers/bathhouse, all on picturesque, landscaped grounds, walking sidewalks, tranquil setting.
    Captain Clay

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For St. James Plantation Marina

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of St. James Plantation Marina

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