Cruising Guide to
Coastal North Carolina
by Claiborne S. Young
A complete guide to the coastal waters of North Carolina. This state has the largest area of inland waters on the East Coast and more than 3,000 miles of shoreline. Vast stretches of these beautiful but often isolated waters can now be explored using this single source of detailed and up-to-date navigational information.
This comprehensive guide includes:
Current navigational data
Reliable information on anchorages both on and off the Intracoastal Waterway
Warnings about specific areas to be avoided
Detailed information on marinas and their facilities
Colorful historical sketches and coastal legends
Advice for the boater on charming and unusual
Restaurants located both on and off the ICW
Cruising Guide to Coastal North Carolina can be used alone or accompanied by Claiborne Young’s Coastal Charts for Cruising Guide to Coastal North Carolina, which contains the latest NOAA nautical charts cross-referenced to the cruising guide. These maps include anchorages, marinas, fueling stations, bridges, restaurants, historical sites, and other important bits of information for boaters. Softcover. 418 pgs. Pub 2005.
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