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Stono River – Elliott Cut Anchorages

Stono River – Elliott Cut Anchorages
Statute Mile: 472.5
Lat/Lon:
32 46.085 North/080 00.234 West (anchorage northwest of Elliott Cut’s westerly mouth)
32 45.908 North/080 00.126 West (anchorage south, southwest of Elliott Cut’s westerly mouth
Location: vessels can anchor on the charted deep waters north and south of Wappoo Creek–Elliott Cut’s westerly mouth
Minimum Depth: 12-feet
Special Note: be ready for strong tidal currents in these anchorages
Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 50 feet
Foul Weather Shelter: Fair to Poor; only sheltered from eastern, southeastern and northeastern winds
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  1. S/V Restless -  October 15, 2012 - 10:36 am

    I would not anchor in either of these two locations shown by the western entrance to Elliott Cut. The current really rips through here because the river narrows down as it swings past the shoal. A better location to anchor is to the south-west, along the western shoreline just north of the St. John’s Yacht Harbor marina. Be aware that there can be a 5-6 ft. tide here when picking your spot to drop the hook. The current in that location is somewhat less, but be prepared to swing through 180 as the tides change. You can dinghy to the marina for ice, etc. Call them on VHF 16, they will shift you to VHF 71. Inquire about facilities use if you are anchored out. See the listing for this marina it is accurate.
    S/V Restless

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