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More Good Words for Tom Point Creek Anchorage (Statute Mile 495.5)

Tom Point Creek anchorages are among the best south of Charleston, as a number of you have commented.

Submitted on 2010/05/22 at 6:13pm
We pulled into Tom Point Creek on 4/27/10. It has been a blustery day and we had to run 2+ miles upstream before we found a spot with trees to block the gusting wind. We dropped the hook and were joined shortly by two other boats, one upstream and one down stream. Holding was good, and we spent a quiet evening. Not much local traffic.
Captain Dick Litchfield

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