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Recommended Anchorage North of Charleston, AICW Statute Mile 450

Charlie’s recommended anchorage is a no-name creek between Price Creek and Capers Creek, just west of Marker #90 and slightly north of mile marker 450.
This potential anchor down spot is not included in our “South Carolina Anchorage Directory,” as none of us has ever personally researched these waters. We will certainly correct that oversight soon, and then, and only then, will we consider these waters for inclusion in our anchorage directories.

Cruising News:
11-11-11- For a fair wearther anchorage, this is the spot. Easy to get in– we came in at about 1hr before low- and no problem if stay in middle. After seeing 12-20′, came in about 300 yards and dropped in about 8′. No wind protection, but that means the view is 360 beautiful– sunset and dawn. Far enough off the ICW so no wake from all the snow birds heading south– nice to watch the caravan! Anchor hung at first try. Very mild current. We’ll be back here in good weather. Full bars on verizon and about 15 air TV channels.
Charlie Ridley

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