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Continued Reports of AICW Skinny Water at Statute Mile 431 (south of McClellanville)

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

Submitted on 2010/06/14 at 12:16pm
Hit the McClellanville area in early afternoon Saturday, June 12 near low tide. A 44 ft power boat was aground on the green side between markers 37 and 38. Hang near the red side as I had no problem there.
Capt Jim J.

Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the “Alert” Section of the AICW South of McClellanville, SC Where The Shallow Water Described Above Was Encountered

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