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Old 29-07-2015, 11:12   #1
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Has anyone visited marina Riviere Sens recently. When we were there a few years ago, depth in the entrance was limited due to hurricane debris and we only just crept in drawing 1.8m (about 5ft 10in in the USA) The note on Noonsite suggests that it is now available to larger boats again. We are looking to visit in a boat drawing 2.5m early next year.
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Re: Guadeloupe

We were there 3 months ago and saw 6' at low tide just inside the breakwater on the starboard side of the entrance as you head in towards the fuel dock. Our navionics chart showed 6'9" but our two independent depth sounders were in agreement at 6' even. Click image for larger version

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Re: Guadeloupe

You can look to see what information is available on the Navionics charts by going here (free online chart):
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That link will take you to the correct place in the chart.

We were there a couple of years ago and we didn't try it with our boat drawing 5'1" just because we didn't really have a need to go inside. We just dinghied in. Good place to dinghy in for supplies.

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