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Inlet Creek (Mainland Branch) Anchorage

Statute Mile: 461
Lat/Lon: near 32 47.120 North/079 49.504 West
Location: Inlet Creek lies off the Waterway’s northern banks immediately west of unlighted daybeacon #119
Minimum Depth: 8-feet
Swing Room: sufficient room for boasts as large as 38 feet
Foul Weather Shelter: Good, but a bit slightly open to the north and south


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  1. Peg and Jim Healy -  May 3, 2013 - 2:10 pm

    We got chased off the water on 4/25/2013 by fast approaching thunderstorms and severe weather warnings broadcast on the VHF. It was 15h30, just off celestial low at Ben Sawyer Bridge. We considered hiding at Toler’s Cove Marina, which has been a friendly stop for us in the past, but instead, we decided on Inlet Creek. The entrance is shoal to the south side, but center-line and north side depths carried 16′ – 17′ at approximately 1+ on tide. low water. We went in to about 200 yds from the shoal at the back of the creek, and dropped the hook in 13′, with a tidal range of 9′. We laid out 130′ of rode, and did not set out a second anchor. We had adequate swing room for our 40′ Sanctuary. We were later joined by a large sailing catamaran, greater LOA than ours, who also did not set out a second anchor. The holding was fine; no problems with the 35kt t’storm gusts we got. There were no small, fast fishing boat wakes, and the wind protection was “salt marsh average.” Sunset and sunrise were spectacular.
    Peg and Jim Healy aboard Sanctuary


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