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Please note that channel conditions, depths, references to navigational aids and almost all on-the-water navigational, marina, anchorage, etc data is subject to change at any time. While we have been careful and attempted to verify all information, on-the-water conditions may be QUITE different by the time of your arrival. Failure to follow current on-the-water reality, even when it differs from the data contained herein, can result in expensive and dangerous accidents. There are potential hazards in any cruising situation, for which captains, navigators and crew are solely responsible.

Neither I, nor any member of the Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net make any guarantee as to the accuracy or reliability of the information contained herein, and will not accept any liability for injuries or damages caused to the reader by following this data!”

A word about Lat/Lon coordinates:

We have included APPROXIMATE latitude and longitude positions for various places including the Anchorage Directory. All of these lat/lon positions are presented strictly for informational purposes; they must NOT be used as GPS or Loran way points!

There are several reasons why. GPS and Loran C readings give mariners a straight-line distance or bearing to the intended way-point destination. Straight-line tracks do NOT take into account such vagaries as shoals you will need to avoid, peninsulas you will be unable to cross, or islands that just seem to get in the way.

Please also note that Lat/Lon positions are given to help generally locate a hazard, marina, anchorage, etc.. With few exceptions for anchorages, mariners need not drop the hook at the exact location given. Within most creeks, bays, and other sheltered bodies of water appropriate for anchorage, there will likely be many places where you can rest comfortably and safely for the evening, swinging tranquilly on the hook.

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