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Graham Creek Anchorage

Posted by admin | Posted on 03-14-2007

Statute Mile: 439
Lat/Lon: near 33 00.615 North/079 35.340 West
Location: Graham Creek cuts the southeastern shores of the ICW near unlighted daybeacon #64
Minimum Depth: 6-feet
Swing Room: sufficient room for boats as large as 40 feet
Foul Weather Shelter: Good, unless particularly strong winds are blowing from the south

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (3)

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

Anchored in Graham Creek with 2 other boats as we write. Beautiful spot with miles of salt marsh in 3 directions. Plenty of depth and swinging room.
Pete & Mary Ann
s/v MicMac

Subject: Graham Creek Anchorage
Cruising News: At ICW mile 339 when anchoring in Graham Creek be aware of cement and rebar debris that can foul ground tackle near 0.1 nautical miles up the creek on the starboard side of the creek
Stewart Force.

I still will use Graham Creek as an anchorage furthur up the creek where most people anchor. It’s just a problem to starboard and closer to the ICW.
Thanks,
Stewart Force

Subject: Graham Creek
Cruising News: Claiborne, we’ve anchored in Graham Creek any number of times in the past five years and have never “caught” anything. Perhaps we\’re further back in the creek from where Stewart Force reported catching concrete and rebar!
Bob McLeran/Judy Young

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