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Report from Lantana Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 1031

The waters comprising the Lantana Anchorage lie just south of the Lantana Bridge (itself just south of West Palm Beach), and off the AICW’s western flank. Protection is only fair here, and you are subject to the wake of passing vessels.

ANCHORED HERE 2 NIGHTS, I DRAW 7 FEET, NO PROBLEM. JUST KNOW THE DEPTH AND TIDES U REQUIRE.
DINGHY TO OLD KEY LIME RESTAURANT OR BOAT RAMP.
BILL

Anchored there on way south and again on our trip back north last year. One of our enjoyable stops. We draw 5ft and had no problem but there are some high spots to avoid so I would advice circle around before dropping anchor and be mindful of tides. Enjoyed Old Key Lime restaurant and meet up with an old friend there I had not seen in more years then I want to say…LOL…a great stop if weather is right.
Susan Dawson aboard S/V Colleen Mae

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