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South Carolina AICW Bridge Opening Woes And Schedule Changes

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 12-19-2011

Bridge opening schedules can be confusing even with the best wording and with the frequent changes that seem always to occur during the busiest seasons; Chris experienced two of such changes. We have confirmed and listed below the most up-to-date schedules of openings for three of the busiest bridges in SC.

We are very late this year in our trip south. One thing we have encountered is “on signal” bridges which are no longer such. Socastee and Ben Sawyer have new restrictions. Socastee was on the half hour and BS was on the hour on a non-holiday Friday.
Chris aboard Brilliant Star

Socastee Swing Bridge
Opens on Demand with closures required every 15 minutes when vessel traffic is heavy.

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Ben Sawyer Bridge:
Opens on request Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Does not open at all Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. On Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, the span opens on the hour from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Opens on demand after 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and after 7:00 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays.

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Wappoo Creek Hwy 171 Bridge:
From April 1 to November 30, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (last opening at 3:30), and on Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, the bridge opens on the hour and half-hour. From December 1 to March 30, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, the bridge opens on demand (last opening 3:50). From April 1 to May 31, and from October 1 to November 30, Monday through Friday, the bridge does not open at all between the hours of 6:00 am to 9:00am, and from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. From June 1 to September 30, and from December 1 to March 30, the bridge does not open at all between the hours of 6:30 am to 9:00 am, and from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

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Jeremy Creek USACE Survey, McClellanville, SC, AICW Statute Mile 430

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 11-28-2011

Jeremy Creek intersects the Waterway at Mile 430 and is the main channel into McClellanville and fine seafood. The attached survey gives the most recent depths for the creek.

Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2011 6:15 PM
To: Verdolini, Mike R SAC, USACE
Subject: Jeremy Creek Survey

Jeremy Creek Survey

A Visit to Toler’s Cove Marina, Charleston, SC, AICW Statute Mile 462

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 11-15-2011

Toler’s Cove Marina guards the Waterway’s northwestern shore southwest of the Sullivan’s Island swing bridge.

Visited Toler’s Cove Marina November 12 thru 14, 2011. The marina has been overwhelmed by the condo-plex called Marsh Harbor at Toler’s Cove. The only facilities available for transients are an overnight tie up at the fuel dock, access to a rudimentary head (toilet and sink), and 30/50 amp electric and water. Approach depths and dockside depths were in the 6 to 8 foot range at low tide. Fairways are very tight, with no real room to turn a 37 footer around. Had to drift away from fuel/face dock, then back out fairway, make a reverse T, and then exit past the condos. Best thing about the facility was the price, still 1.25/foot in Charleston area.
Steve Kamp

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Recommended Anchorage North of Charleston, AICW Statute Mile 450

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 11-13-2011

Charlie’s recommended anchorage is a no-name creek between Price Creek and Capers Creek, just west of Marker #90 and slightly north of mile marker 450.
This potential anchor down spot is not included in our “South Carolina Anchorage Directory,” as none of us has ever personally researched these waters. We will certainly correct that oversight soon, and then, and only then, will we consider these waters for inclusion in our anchorage directories.

Cruising News:
11-11-11- For a fair wearther anchorage, this is the spot. Easy to get in– we came in at about 1hr before low- and no problem if stay in middle. After seeing 12-20′, came in about 300 yards and dropped in about 8′. No wind protection, but that means the view is 360 beautiful– sunset and dawn. Far enough off the ICW so no wake from all the snow birds heading south– nice to watch the caravan! Anchor hung at first try. Very mild current. We’ll be back here in good weather. Full bars on verizon and about 15 air TV channels.
Charlie Ridley

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Depths Decreasing through Isle of Palms, SC, AICW Statute Mile 460

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 11-04-2011

As Palmetto Moon reported last week, the water gets thin between AICW markers #111 and #119, north of the Waterway’s entrance into Charleston Harbor. While not yet designated an SSECN Problem Stretch, we have established a Navigation Alert for these waters and caution should be exercised through Isle of Palms.

Hi Claiborne,
Sanctuary and crew transited southbound through Isle of Palms, SC, at 08h30 this am (Thursday, 11/3/2011). It was low tide, and our chart plotter reported the current datum at +0.91 ft.
That stretch of 4 – 5 miles has some very shallow spots, with some depths in mid-channel as low as 5 ft. We heard others talking about what they were seeing, so I pursued a route slightly favoring the red side of the channel. We found no less than 6.9 feet. Here’s the detail:
At R’118′ – 7′ mid-channel, 9′ red side
At G’117A’ – 40′ – 50′ off the marker, 7.5′
At the un-named creek 1/2 mile north of inlet creek – 6.9′
At G’119′ – 7.5′ red side of channel (There are crab pots in this area on both sides of the channel. Some extend into the channel. To favor the red, we passed some of the crab pots on the red quarter to our port side. Found favorable water depths there today. Of course, the crabber will move the pots, so the advice remains, favor red.
At G ’121′ – 8.5′ red side of channel
With lower datum or celestial lows, this stretch would definitely be a problem for most cruising boats.
Peg and Jim Healy aboard Sanctuary
Currently at St. John’s Harbour Marina, Charleston, SC
Monk 36 Hull #132

Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For the AICW North of Ben Sawyer Bridge to Isle of Palms Bridge

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Good News on Depths in AICW Problem Stretch South of McClellanville at AICW Statute Mile 431

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 10-30-2011

As you approach the southside of McClellanville on the AICW, please heed earlier advice to favor the red side, especially in the stretch between markers 37 and 38. Please open the links below for more information and a Chart View of this area.

Passed through this area 10/30/2011 without any indication of shallow areas. Carried over 12 foot depths and mostly deeper. Strong currents and erratic currents were common.
Harry Miller

Came through this stretch at absolute full-moon dead low tide 10/25/11. Took a lot of patience and feeling our way, the good news is we never saw less than 7.0 feet.
Dan/Jaye Lunsford

Of note are the shallow readings showing on our depth sounder from McClellanville almost to the Isle of Palms. When we came out of McClellanville, we saw readings as low at 5.5 feet but mostly 6 or 7 feet (as O.G’s depth transducer is 2 feet below the waterline, these reading translate into 7.5 feet to 9 feet, well below the nominal 12 feet supposed to be throughout the ICW. This is of no concern with our 4.5 foot draft, but I thought it worthy of note for Claiborne Young’s “Salty Southeast” blog.
Captain Ted Jones

We passed McClellanville, SC at low tide this morning, 3/14/2011. As anticipated, we hit very shallow water between markers 37 and 38. At one point, about midway through this section, we saw 3’9″ and were plowing through the mud. We were favoring the red side somewhat.
Skipper Larry Thackston on M/V PEACH

Went through today (5/8/11) , 1 hour before high tide and saw no less than 9.5 feet at my transducer which occurred at Marker 40 and 35 A. The transducer is two feet below the surface so looking at 11.5 feet. With an 7 to 8 foot fall it might be a little skinny for some boats.
Capt. David

5/16/2011
With an almost full moon low tide we passed through the AICW Channel South of McClellanville, SC. Unfortunately, a late start from Charleston had us arriving at Green 47 at low tide, but we made it through with our 6′ draft without a problem.
The least water we saw was 6.1′ when we turned into the wind near G47 to take down the mainsail. We were on the green side, but well inside the channel. Recommend staying on the red side at R46.
The rest of the way up to R32 was in 8-9′ range with a couple of spots that flashed at 6.9′.
As recommended we found the best depths by staying centered in the channel.
Also note that Green 27 is missing the northbound face place.
And an oh by the way, just north of McClellanville, we spotted two alligators casually swimming in the channel. One in the 7-8′ size range and the other 5-6′. Think twice about that little swim along this leg ;) .
Capt Pete

Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For South of McClellanville, SC

Passed through this area 10/30/2011 without any indication of shallow areas. Carried over 12 foot depths and mostly deeper. Strong currents and erratic currents were common.
Harry Miller

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Log of the Palmetto Moon: Isle of Palms to Port Royal

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 10-27-2011

Palmetto Moon with Jim, Su and Lazy Cat Alex have just traveled from Georgetown, SC To Brunswick, Ga. Palmetto Moon cruises at 8.5 MPH and draws 4.5 ft. Here are the issues and observations of their travels:

2-Isle of Palms (MM-456.9) to Port Royal Landing (MM-539.5) We left 2.5 hours before low tide.
In the White Point area (MM-495-500) at low tide
Between R-110 and G-121 center of channel;
At G-111 – G-113 we saw 4 feet under us
At G-115 – G-117 we saw 3.5 feet under us
Running at just above Idle Speed stirred up a lot of mud/sand through most of the area from G-111 G-119
This info is what we experienced in our travels. As always you are the captain of your vessel and should use this as info only. Safe travels.
Palmetto Moon

Log of the Palmetto Moon: AICW, Georgetown to Isle of Palms

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 10-27-2011

Palmetto Moon with Jim, Su and Lazy Cat Alex have just traveled from Georgetown, SC To Brunswick, Ga. Palmetto Moon cruises at 8.5 MPH and draws 4.5 ft. Here are the issues and observations of their travels:

1-Georgetown (MM-403) to Isle of Palms (MM-456.9) We left 3.5 hrs. before low tide and had a favorable tide most of the way, averaged 9.25 MPH and only found shallow H2O just before Jeremy Creek (McClellanville MM-430) and 500 yards after Jeremy Creek.
This info is what we experienced in our travels. As always you are the captain of your vessel and should use this as info only. Safe travels.
Palmetto Moon

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Good Run in the Waterway from Charleston to Georgetown, SC

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 08-30-2011

This is certainly good news for area boaters. We’d like to hear from others about boating conditions in your waters.

This morning took icw Charleston to Georgetown. No damage visible. No significant floating debris. Marinas at both ends doing well.
Skipper Tom Divers, aboard m/v Tanqueray

Good Words for Isle of Palms Marina, AICW Statute Mile 457

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 06-12-2011

Isle of Palms Marina is located on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway, northeast of Charleston at Mile 456.5 and south of ICW Marker 116.  50 41st AvenueIsle of Palms Marina is A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! and their lowered transient rate is certainly good news in this economy! Isle of Palms Marina lies along the South Carolina portion of the AICW, north of Charleston, and southwest of flashing marker #116, on the charted cove indenting the southerly shoreline

Isle of Palms Marina – always a great stop when coming back from Georgetown. Morgan Creek restaurant has only improved and now has outdoor dining, along with their full upstairs covered deck or indoor areas. The meals only get better every time we go! So much to do at IOP Marina – several rental places for wave runners, kayaks, or stand up paddle boards. The beach is a short bike ride away and facilities are in great shape.
Skipper Bill Saint

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Report on Depths North of the Ben Sawyer Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 450

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 06-12-2011

This report refers to a section of the AICW north of the Ben Sawyer Bridge and is similar to earlier reports of shoaling in the vicinity of statute mile 450.

Also, just north of Ben Sawyer Bridge, Charleston harbor, there is some thin water around Breech Inlet. You must stay in the channel. There was a boat aground there yesterday, but I’ve been through there at dead low water and had 8 ft. or so.
Philip W. Mullins aboard S/V Katash, Isle of Palms, SC

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Good Words for Leland Oil Co. McClellanville, SC, AICW Statute Mile 430

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 05-10-2011

We understand from other contributors that Leland Oil Company Marina, under a new owner, is steadily making improvements to this very affordable facility. We hear, too, that the owner will take time to drive you to nearby stores.
Note that if you have never visited the backwater village of McClellanville, SC before, you owe it to yourself to stop here, and at least take in the community. It’s like stepping into a time machine that transports you to what most of the Low Country must have looked like 50 years ago. Try it, you might just like it!

Had to duck in for a week because I ran out of time in getting the boat to Charleston and had to be back at work. I was too late to make the bridge. I had fueled at Leland’s a few miles earlier and decided to turn and go back. The folk are very friendly, accommodating and $1.00 / ft. I would stay again if needed..
Tom Hughes aboard Catalina 390 “Island Time”

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Good Run and Good Depths from Dewees Creek to Myrtle Beach, AICW Statute Miles 455-355

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-25-2011

We have received a number of recent reports of shoaling south of McClellanville and have set a Navigation Alert near green marker #37, statute mile 431.

4/24/2011, we departed Dewees Creek NORTHBOUND, at 06h15, about 1 hour before low tide. That brought us through Andersonville and McClellanville through the low tide period in the area. Our chartplotter’s Tide Almanac reported the low tide at 0.3 ft above datum for that low tide. Several observations. It was a very quiet morning on the water, so we ran the charted midline course. For that entire 25 mile run, we never saw less than (to be very conservative) 8 to 8.5 ft of water. Yes, lots of mud flats and dock floats sitting on the bottom, and careful about following the magenta line, but no water depth problems! Second, after the tide started rising around McClellanville, we had a fair current all the way in to Myrtle Beach. In fact, we averaged about 1 mile per hour greater SOG than we run in normal, still water over that distance, and made 100 miles from 06h15 to 17h45, which we deemed a long but not uncomfortable day.
Peg and Jim Healy aboard Sanctuary

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Praise for Isle of Palms Marina, AICW Statute Mile 457

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-22-2011

Isle of Palms Marina is located on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway, northeast of Charleston at Mile 456.5 and south of ICW Marker 116.  50 41st AvenueNot only “very nice”, Isle of Palms Marina is also A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! Their lowered transient rate is certainly good news in this economy! Isle of Palms Marina lies southwest of flashing marker #116, on the charted cove indenting the southerly shoreline

The Isle of Palms Marina (about mm 456) has reduced their transient rates to $1.50/ft. The rate is stay in effect probably until Memorial Day. They also have a Boat US fuel discount. Price was $3.77 for diesel today. It is a small marina with floating docks. Very nice.
Mitch

We stayed there a few days ago agree with this posting. It is a nice stopover place. It is a short walk to the beach from the marina.
Gladys & Steve aboard Misty Moose

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Shoaling at AICW Marker 117A, Isle of Palms, Statute Mile 460

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-30-2011

We have had numerous reports about shoaling in the Waterway stretch from the Ben Sawyer Bridge to McClellanville, SC. These reports are now a LNM and we continue to recommend a mid-to-high tide passage.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS: Week 13/11
Severe shoaling has been reported in vicinity of Sullivans Island, south of Winyah Bay-Charleston Hbr DBN 117A (LLNR 34510.5, reported depth at 3.5 FT in channel. All mariners are advised to transit the area with extreme caution. Chart 11518

Passed from Charleston, SC to Georgetown today (4/13/11 0900-1400hrs) at low tide. Skinny water most of the way. Followed a boat that took 3.5 draft and they got through. We take 3.0 and regulary saw 3.4 on finder. Once passed McClellanville, 9.7 feet or better. Lady Soul II.
Capt M Rhett

This remains an issue with numerous 7′MLW soundings south of G117A, usually when crossing side creeks. While 7′ MLW is adequate for most cruisers, the channel is very narrow there and appears to shoal rapidly off centerline. Due to our draft, I time this with some tide and take it slow, sticking to the “magic-enta” line.
Pascal aboard MY Charmer, 70′ 6+ draft

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Grounding Reported South of McClellanville, AICW Statute Mile 439

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-28-2011

Please note that this grounding was near high tide in the center of the channel. We have reports of recent shoaling in various spots in the AICW between Charleston Harbor and McClellanville, particularly at Mile 431. Past advice has to been to stay in the center of the channel. Maybe this new spot will be an exception. See the link for more on this area.

We hit a shallow spot (less than 5 ft) north of Charleston just past Graham Creek between markers G64 and G61. It was close to high tide and we were aground right in the middle of the channel just opposite a small creek on the east side. I suggest staying to the green side of the channel to avoid this spot!
Captains Harriet and Skip aboard S/V Moondance

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Shoaling Reported North of Charleston, AICW Statute Mile 457

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-25-2011

This shoaling is just north of the Isle of Palms Connector Bridge. Earlier reports had advised staying in the center of the channel, except as advised at marker #117A.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS: Week 12/11
Severe shoaling reported in the vicinity of Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor DBN 117A
(LLNR 34510.5), reported depth at 3.5 ft in the channel. Chart 11518

Check your charts… make adjustments and be watchful
Jim Lowry

We just went through there this morning (at high tide) [3/25/11] without any problems. Didn’t see less than 10ft
Harriet Levine Hardy

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AICW Shoaling Reported North of Charleston (Near Statute Mile 459)

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-15-2011

This report centers on a section of the AICW north of the Ben Sawyer Bridge and is similar to earlier reports of shoaling between Statute Miles 455 and 465.

BAD SHOAL SOUTH OF MARKER 117AON THE GREEN SIDE APPROX. 1000′ SOUTH OF 117A
BEHIND SULLIVANS ISLAND, THERE IS LESS THEN 4′ AT LOW TIDE.

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Three Votes for Awendaw Creek Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 436

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 01-16-2011

Located halfway between Georgetown and Charleston, SC, Awendaw Creek has been successfully accessed for anchoring by several recent cruisers. On the south side of the Waterway, Awendaw Creek is best approached through its northern entrance which is due south of marker #48 and just west of marker #47 in Harbor River.

Leaving Georgetown, SC heading to Charleston on 1/14/11 we found a great anchorage off Marker 48A to the port side heading south in Awendaw Creek. Great width, depth for larger boats. Protected from all directions except easterly. We anchored in and around back side. Our ICW cruising guide show anchorage near mouth of creek, there is plenty of depth to go up and around. You can find 8ft, behind point, and 25ft. in the inlet opening, with plenty of swing room for our 43ft. Shannon so one can anchor where they are most comfortable.
Susan and Bob Dawson

We anchored in Awendaw Creek two nights ago and found it to be an excellent anchorage. The straight shot in showed no less than 19 feet (the charted shoal at the mouth seems to be non-existent). Once you go around the hook to the left, it shallows to 9-12 feet with lots of swinging room. Room for at least 20 boats. Compared notes with folks who did Graham Creek, I would vote for Awendaw.
Allen and Judy Ames

Awendaw Creek Anchorage…..we also anchored there just last evening and it was perfect! The waters were calm and no winds. And the hook set every easily! Plenty of room. Will surely return there when heading back up north.
Ed and Eva Higginson aboard S/V “Makai”

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Shoaling Reported in Graham Creek Anchorage, Good Depths in Price Creek, AICW Statute Miles 439 and 448

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 11-26-2010

Graham Creek cuts the southeastern shores of the AICW near marker #64. Price Creek makes into the Waterway’s southeastern banks, southwest of marker #84.
Note that other fellow cruisers have found better depths here during 2009 – 2010. We would very much appreciate hearing from others who have anchored, or attempted to anchor here, and discover what depths you discovered. If this describes you, please click the “Comment on This Posting/Marina/Anchorage/Bridge” link below, and share your information.

Attempted to enter Graham Creek on Thanksgiving based upon the 6′ levels posted; forget it – 4.4 to 4.6 was what I saw at the entrance; went aground was able to get off thanks goodness and move on to Price Creek which was absolutely beautiful and deep – 12 – 15′
Captain Pat Kenefick

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