I see some talk about Jekyll Creek above and this concerns me. Jekyll Creek is in South Georgia
and the OP is inquiring about the route
, SC to Beaufort
, SC. When leaving Georgetown
the first concerns might be with care for cross currents while crossing the North & South Santee Rivers. The shallowest area will be from McClellenville on down to Graham Creek. You'll have 7 feet here at low, but it's easy to drift off the best line into 6' or 5'. There will also be a cross current
set that can take you off the best course when passing the inlets north of Isle of Palms when approaching Charleston. South of Charleston there will be concerns with the green cans entering Dawho Creek after leaving the Wadmalaw River. I would stay within about 100' of these green cans. Next, take care to stay a little to port where Fishing
Creek heads off to starboard after the Dawho Bridge,-this shoal is building. After Fenwick Cut and the Ashepoo River give the Red marker about 50 yds before turning up the Coosaw River. All is a cakewalk to Beaufort
after your'e in the Coosaw.