The Anchorages (and a Map) of Our Summer

We stopped at a lot of places and traveled a long way this summer. But I did not realize exactly how many stops we made nor did I appreciate just how far we went until I plotted our trip on a map this morning. You can check out the map for yourself and explore the places we anchored below.

  1. Branford Landing Marina, CT
  2. Port Jefferson, NY
  3. Price Bend, Northport Bay, NY
  4. Oyster Bay, NY
  5. Mosquito Cove, Hempstead Harbor, Glen Cove, NY
  6. Port Washington, NY
  7. City Island, NY
  8. 79th Street Boat Basin, Manhattan, NY
  9. Sandy Hook, NJ
  10. Cape May, NJ
  11. Chesapeake City, MD
  12. Ordinary Point, Sassafras River, MD
  13. Skipjack Cove, Sassafras River, MD
  14. Still Pond, MD
  15. Swan Creek, Rock Hall, MD
  16. Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
  17. Gibson Island, Magothy River, MD
  18. Dobbins Island, Magothy River, MD
  19. Spa Creek, Annapolis, MD
  20. Fogg Cove, St. Michaels, MD
  21. Long Haul Creek, Miles River, MD
  22. Mill Creek, Solomons, MD
  23. Breton Bay, Potomac River, MD
  24. Horseshoe Bend, St. Mary’s, MD
  25. Sandy Point, Great Wicomico, VA
  26. Tangier Island, VA
  27. Somers Cove, Crisfield, MD
  28. Onancock Creek, VA
  29. Jackson Creek, Deltaville, VA
  30. Old Point Comfort, Hampton, VA
  31. North Landing, Portsmouth, VA
  32. Buck Island, North River, NC
  33. Deep Point, Alligator River, NC
  34. Belhaven, NC
  35. Oriental Town Dock, Oriental, NC
  36. Taylor Creek, Beaufort, NC
  37. Mile Hammock Bay. NC
  38. Wrightsville Beach, NC
  39. Calabash Creek, NC/SC border
  40. Georgetown, SC
  41. Price Creek, SC
  42. Charleston City Marina, Charleston, SC
  43. Wimbee Creek off the Coosaw River, SC
  44. Beaufort, SC
  45. Cowan Creek off the Beaufort River, SC
  46. Herb River, GA
  47. Kilkenny Creek off the Bear River, GA
  48. Frederica River, St. Simons Island, GA
  49. St. Mary’s, GA
  50. St. Mary’s Boat Services, GA
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2 Responses to The Anchorages (and a Map) of Our Summer

  1. Klaus says:

    Hi Folks,
    I really find your information extremely helpful. I found your blog via the Cruisers Forum. I am a german sailor living on my boat with my girl friend and we are planning to cross the Atlantic in 2015 to the Carrabean and than sail in April 2016 north, maybe as much as Bay of Maine and than follow the ICW down to Florida and return to the Carrabean to proceed the journey wherever the wind blow us to….

    You did a substantial part of our planned travelling on the ICW and your reports and maps gave me long searched introduction to the ICW. Many thanks.

    Curious to see what comes next.

    Fair winds
    Klaus

    • Jeffrey says:

      Thanks for the kind comments, Klaus. We plan to be somewhere along the East Coast in 2016, so hopefully we can meet up when you get here. Fair winds!

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