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Eastham Creek (Anchorage)

Anchor in the creek in 7 feet with good shelter. fishermen and local boat traffic, or just off the ICW in 10 feet opposite Store Pt.

Howard [ Just Imagine ] 23-Sep-1961

Campbell creek (Anchorage)

H.E. Mayo Shrimp Dock (Town Dock)

Tie up for $ 0.20 per foot and $ 0.10 per foot for electricity. Primitive, subject to wakes, no showers, good place to stretch your legs. Cheap ice.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 23-Nov-1961

Spring Creek (Anchorage)

A bit out of the way, as the waterway goes east about the point.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Oct-1962

Long Creek (Anchorage)

Broad Creek (Anchorage)

Marked channel.  The deep area NW of #3 is popular but anywhere past there is OK. Look out for traps.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 23-Oct-1963

South River (Anchorage)

A bit off the track. First part is wide and open but the shore is isolated and heavily wooded. River proceeds a good 4 nm past the entrance and narrows down for good protection.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Oct-1964

Oriental (Anchorage)

The sailing center of North Carolina.  anchor between R "8" and the 45' bridge
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Nov-1964

Cedar Creek (Anchorage)

Pleasant spot with 7-foot depths, attractive shoreline, good shelter, good holding and plenty of room.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Oct-1965

Town Creek (Anchorage)

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Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Oct-1966

Beaufort (Anchorage)

Major boating center.

Ocean access point for cruisers. 

Anchor in front of the town

Beware of tripping anchor with current change or wind against current.

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Howard [ Just Imagine ] 22-Oct-1967

Gale Creek (Anchorage)

Good holding in 7 feet.

Howard [ Just Imagine ] 23-Nov-2008