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Shackleford Banks/Jetty Anchorage (off the AICW, east of Beaufort Inlet)

Posted by Claiborne Young | Posted on 03-10-2007

Shackleford Banks/Jetty Anchorage
Lat/Lon: 34 41.245 North/076 38.596 West
Location: east of the charted jetty and marker #2, north of Shackleford Banks
Minimum Depth: 8 feet
Special Note: you must pass hard by the northern side of marker #2 to reach this anchorage safely. The charted shoal north of #2 is now much closer to the marker than is depicted on chart 11545. Also, be sure NOT to attempt to pass south of #2
Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 48 feet
Foul Weather Shelter: Fair, wide open to northern, northeastern, northwestern and eastern winds

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (1)

We have anchored here for years. HOWEVER. There is a better spot. On this spot the currents can be too strong to want to swim in, even though the water is pretty clear. I have had my anchor drag in the sand before.
The BETTER SPOT is at 34’40.58N by 076’36.58W. about a mile East of this anchorage. It is marked by buoys to enter. The chart snippet in this listing is NOT accurate, it is dated. You must go back to a point around 34’41.53N by 76’38.90W. The main chart in Cruisers Net shows this correctly. Anyway, in this other anchorage there is less current, less day-partyers, and a good bit of rustic shoreline. The main attraction though is the reduced current in that area. Much better for holding and better swinging room.
Ben Matthews

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