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Report on Depths in Watts Cut, AICW Statute Mile 503

Watts Cut is a straight, narrow AICW channel that connects the South Edisto River with the Dawho River south of Charleston.

On the way back, we came thru this area at dead low tide. I draw 5 ft. in a 42 ft. sail, we took it very slow through Watts Cut, just south of the Dawho R. Bridge. We favored the red side and found 8 ft. of water. After the bridge, we had plenty of water until we hit the last turn and it went to 7 ft. Again, dead low water.
Philip W. Mullins aboard S/V Katash, Isle of Palms, SC

Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Watts Cut

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