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Cruising the AICW with Navionics and Waterway Guide

Date Posted: 2020-10-06
Source: Ed Tillett, Editor-In-Chief

The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AICW) is one of America’s greatest resources. From small well-marked channels meandering through the low country of Georgia and South Carolina to the mangrove-lined straits of Florida to the open sounds and bays of North Carolina, the AICW is a marine highway in use by hundreds of thousands of commercial and recreational vessels each year. As autumn arrives the annual migration of boaters heading south is in full swing.

Join the Waterway Guide and Navionics’ team of experts for a 30-minute overview of what to expect this year along the waterway. From favorites stops, anchorages and navigation advice to recommendations on planning and how to avoid trouble spots, the information presented has been prepared for experts and novices alike.

Join Ed Tillett, Bob Sherer and Jessica Anderson Grimm via YouTube for Cruising the AICW with Navionics and Waterway Guide.

  • Comment submitted by Stephen Weisbrod - Fri, Oct 9th

    I wish there was a way to organize some kind of permanent memorial for Robert Peek (the Deep Creek lockmaster on the Dismal Swamp Canal). I'd certainly support an effort as would many Snowbirds and Loopers.

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