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Secluded Anchorage

Secluded Anchorage
Statute Mile: 945.5
Lat/Lon: near 27 44.273 North/080 23.634 West
Location: behind the small, charted island, northeast of unlighted daybeacon #102
Minimum Depth: 5 feet
Special Comment: This mooring field is managed by the nearby Vero Beach Municipal Marina
Swing Room: TIGHT – sufficient room for vessels as large as 32 feet ONLY
Foul Weather Protection: Very Good

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  1. Jean Thomason (DOVEKIE) -  April 3, 2010 - 3:07 pm

    We stop here almost every time we pass by, including Mar 31, 2010. We usually anchor about halfway up behind the island, but this time a little more to the south, about 150 feet south of a buoy midstream. We had our usual quiet night but in the morning, pulled up a heavy chain attached to an old mooring and caught on our anchor. I had seen two moorings here in previous years and wondered where one of them went – now we know! So be aware that there have been moorings midstream behind the island and there is the possibility of catching one with your anchor. Other than that it’s a delightful, protected spot. The anchor symbol on the map above shows the anchorage at the north end of the island but the description is for behind the island.

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