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    • 2. Key Biscayne Anchorage

      2. Key Biscayne Anchorage
      Statute Mile:1095
      Lat/Lon: near 25 41.736 North/080 10.515 West
      Location: off the western shores of Key Biscayne, on the large patch of deep water south of West Point
      Minimum depth: 10 feet
      Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 48 feet
      Foul Weather Shelter: Fair, open to western, southwestern and northwestern winds


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      Comments from Cruisers (2)

      1. Claiborne -  April 30, 2010 - 8:59 am

        No Name [Harbor Anchorage] can fill up or cause swing anxiety for the newbie. As mentioned, the anchorage at “Nixon Cove” (nickname, not on the chart) off of the Yacht Club, northwest of Hurricane Harbor on your chart, is good, and popular, or we have anchored several times just outside and slightly south of No Name, just stay to one side of the rather broadly defined channel. The sport fisher will wake you now and then if too close. Then you can take the dinghy into No Name and have a meal at the excellent Cuban/Carribean restaurant that over looks the harbor and take a nice walk in the park.
        Lots of nice spots to anchor from there on south to Marathon, take your time! How big is your boat and how much do you draw?

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      2. LuAnne Woods -  July 19, 2009 - 9:28 pm

        Very busy on the weekends. Over 200 boats there partying. But, it quickly thins out to cruisers at dusk. Good holding in 30 mph easterly winds. Lots of room for our 47 foot sail boat.

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