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Intersection of ICW and Shallotte Inlet

Intersection of ICW and Shallotte Inlet
(Statute Mile 330, North Carolina ICW)

The ProblemThis problem stretch is slated for dredging in mid-March, 2014.

The SolutionOnce the March, 2014 dredging project is complete, depths should not be a major concern at this intersection, for a few months at least. However, if past history is any judge, shallows will redevelop here. Watch carefully for any new or relocated markers as you pass through this stretch.

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (2)

  1. DARRYL DESMARTEAU -  October 15, 2016 - 11:04 am

    Travelling N on 10/14/2016 in trawler with 3′ 8″ draft. about 1h before low tide Ran hard aground following mid channel course between G 81and R 80,. I was able to back off and continue staying close to R 80. it was like a wall and in my view G 81 is essentially on top of a shoal extending well to port.

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  2. Captain Jerry Taylor -  July 16, 2016 - 9:53 am

    July 16, 2016
    Just touched at Shalotte inlet. In the middle of the marked channel with the tide up 1.7 feet. Our draft 4.5 Ft.
    Felt like a sand ridge. Fortunately we are a single so no harm done.

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