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    • Upper Broad Creek Northern Anchorage (18.7 Nautical Miles off the AICW on Neuse River)

      Upper Broad Creek Northern Anchorage
      Lat/Lon: 35 04.805 North/076 56.111 West
      Location: anchorage lies in the centerline of Upper Broad Creek’s gentle turn to the northeast, north of the charted pilings; Upper Broad Creek indents the northeastern shores of Neuse River, well northeast of Neuse River marker #19
      Minimum Depth: 5 to 6 feet
      Special Note: use of a GPS chartplotter is recommended for safe entry and exit from this anchorage
      Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 40 feet
      Foul Weather Shelter: Good, somewhat open to strong northern and northwestern breezes


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      Comments from Cruisers (2)

      1. Will Merriman -  November 19, 2012 - 11:15 am

        Anchored near the tip of the 7 foot contour line. Wind and current made anchoring difficult for this beginner salor. Muddy bottom. Anchor held good. Winds are out of the North at 11 kts gusting to 20 kts. The next morning the winds were steady at 15 kts.
        Only thing protecting us from the wind was the dodger. Temp was about 55 during the day. 40 or so at night.
        Beautiful view of the sunset followed shortly thereafter by a sliver of a moon.
        Additional comments. Water depth at the time was 9.2 feet. Winds were NNE.
        Will Merriman

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      2. Doug Sligh -  May 1, 2012 - 5:35 pm

        We anchored here last night in SW 10-15 and were VERY comfortable. The wind was NE when we entered and the pilings were completely submerged save one lonely post with a cormorant sitting atop. This morning we saw 15-20 pilings where only one was visible the previous afternoon. There is a lot of water in this curve, so stay on the port side going in.

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