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Church Creek Anchorage (Statute Mile 487.5)

On 4/30/13, as part of a South Carolina Wish List, we posed the following question:

Statute Mile 487.5 – anyone anchored on Church Creek, near AICW marker #77? What were your overall impressions? Did you anchor abeam of the historic homeplace visible on the southern banks?

Responses follow:

One of our favorites!
Tracy Hellman

Anchored there 4/24/13. Anchored just before New Cut Landing. Came in near low tide. Had 7 feet. Considered better than average anchorage but conditions were quiet.
s/v Skye

Anchored here 4/30/13; still the excellent anchorage it has been over the past years.
Bruce Franz

Regarding Church Creek. If traveling South make sure you go way beyond the marker in the middle of the ICW. Cutting short heading into Church Creek will put you aground. Plenty of water otherwise. Anchoring will get you about 12 to 18 feet of water most times.
Richard Brannan

Click Here To View the South Carolina Cruisers’ Net Anchorage Directory Listing For the Church Creek Anchorage

Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of the Church Creek Anchorage

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