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New Teakettle Creek Anchorages

New Teakettle Creek Anchorages
Statute Mile: 647
Lat/Lon: 31 26.921 North/081 18.226 West (anchorage near stream’s southern mouth)
31 27.530 North/081 18.213 West (upstream anchorage north of intersection with Mary Creek
Location: New Teakettle Creek cuts to the north, east and north of the Waterway’s unlighted daybeacon #172
Minimum Depth: 20 feet (downstream anchorage), 8 feet (upstream anchorage)
Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 42 feet in downstream anchorage and up to 40 feet in upstream anchorage, north of intersection with Mary Creek
Foul Weather Shelter: Good, but downstream anchorage open to southern winds, and upstream anchorage open to strong northeasterly blows


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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (5)

  1. Raymond W. Smith -  April 25, 2013 - 3:41 pm

    Yes, early 2013. Good depths and good holding.
    Raymond W. Smith
    “Fire Dog”

  2. Harry Burns -  April 25, 2013 - 3:27 pm

    In response to your request for NE Fl/GA wish list here is New Teakeattle Creek:
    We anchored in New Teakeattle Creek on April 5, 2013 for our fourth vist as we were heading home to VA from Marathon on our 37′ sailing vessel. We typically anchor near the charted “13 foot'” mark, but have been further in or closer to the waterway when other boats are anchored. We find the depths to be effectively as charted, we anchor in the middle and use 75′ of chain in the water. We have been here with two other boats with lots of room. Expect to swing 180 degrees with the significant current. We have been here with a good 25 knots blowing steady and gusts to more. We slept well. A favorite spot.
    Harry Burns
    S/V Two for the Roads

  3. James Forsyth -  November 16, 2009 - 3:04 pm

    We anchored in New Teakettle last night, Nov 15, and got in just at sunset and near high tide. There were about 6 boats already there, and lots of room left over. We anchored in about 20′ at high water, and found the holding to be excellent. Not only that, but that chain and anchor came up clean! Lots of room to swing, and the chorus from the marsh creatures (frogs? birds?) was like nothing we’ve ever heard before, and this is our 6th or 7th trip on the ICW
    James Forsyth
    S/V Solution

  4. Capt Bill, s/v Kittiwake -  November 6, 2009 - 4:58 pm

    An anchorage I had always meant to try, but had never fit into my travel day. Planned it out, anchored up past Mary Creek about 0.5 mi, a little bit to port of the charted deep water, and had good anchorage, with 10-15 kts out of the NE.

  5. Doug & Charlotte Kerr -  July 22, 2009 - 12:01 pm

    Brunswick Landing Marina is nice and lots of cruisers here….book store and restaurants in town good.
    Doug & Charlotte Kerr
    Annapolis, MD
    s/v Abbotsford II


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