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    • One and Only Anchorage

      One and Only Anchorage
      Statute Mile: 744
      Lat/Lon: near 30 19.709 North/081 26.212 West
      Location: south of unlighted daybeacon #15, and just north of the San Pablo Bridge
      Minimum Depth: 10 feet
      Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 38 feet
      Foul Weather Protection: Very good


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      Comments from Cruisers (3)

      1. Mo and Mike -  October 23, 2013 - 12:05 pm

        Anchored here now, Tuesday the 22nd of October. We found the 15′ ish spot that was referenced. It’s on the NE side about 200′ yards away from the bridge near the marsh. We were (well, my husband Mike was) able to walk the dogs for a much needed stop.
        Yes, the traffic from the bridge is not serenity but it’s a nice spot. Only one abandoned sailboat here on the other shore near the docks – little Cat 22′ if I’m not mistaken.
        Men on the bridge (lower bridge) are fishing for trout after work. Current is quite strong it seems.
        That is the report from here. Day two of our adventure on our new boat – a 39′ Allied Mistress who’s been so well maintained it’s insane. God bless the prior owners, the Diechtrich’s from Canada!
        Mo & Mike (or Mike & Mo) from S/V Mi Amante

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      2. Sonny -  January 7, 2012 - 9:11 am

        Anchored here to-nite and the depth is 24 plus. Could not find the 10 -15 ft water. Noise from the bridge but other wise OK.

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      3. Jean Thomason -  December 7, 2009 - 11:42 am

        Dear Claiborne,
        We are back on board and moving south from Jacksonville. Tonight anchored off Pablo Creek on what you call “the one and only anchorage”. We couldn’t find those 10-15 foot depths you mention behind the three islands on the northern part of the creek. 20-35 ft was more like it close to low tide. We anchored in the northern mouth of the creek in 19 feet. There are a couple of old resident sailboats and a couple of moorings farther in behind the islands. Maybe we should have gone nearer to shore?
        Jean Thomason

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