The anchorage near the Big Game club is precarious to say the least. As stated above the holding is poor, the seabed is littered with junk and the current
can get nasty.It's tight and despite the known dangers can get crowded. I draw six feet and made it in and out with only a bump at low tide. I would only anchor
there again in very settled weather
, dive my anchor
and still wouldn't sleep well.
I also suggest taking a marina instead. I moved from the anchorage to Browns Marina (first on left as you enter) for $1/ft/day. They charge extra for water
and electricity. Browns was very basic but friendly and had free internet
. They have recently made some upgrades to the property and may have upped the price
. There is another (name escapes me) marina about the same price/ft near the fuel dock
Although they have recently dredged the channel be careful of the sandbar on your port side when entering. It shifts constantly. At the first market head
straight for the pink condos (not what appears to be the second marker) then make your port turn.