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Don1500 25-11-2013 11:37

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Originally Posted by lancelot9898 (Post 1399597)
Hey Scoob,

A couple of years ago when I was considering moving my Tayana into NC waters, I checked out maybe a half dozen marinas in the area and River Dunes was my top pick. BTW, there is a Tayana Owners Group that has a lot of good info if you haven't googled it yet. Good Luck on your journey.

Spent the night there a couple of years ago. Good place, out of the way to get to Oriental and the M&M restaurant but they provided a car. It was $1.00 a foot during the winter. The BEST showers on the ICW, bar NONE! Almost worth the trip just to see those showers. All ceramic, multi head, steam room option, massage, huge.

annsni 25-11-2013 12:08

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Originally Posted by scoobert (Post 1399407)
the only issues with those propane heaters is the CO. it can kill you pretty quick. (ask the Nazis) it would be nice in the cockpit thou...... hmmm. i have my eyes wide open for a used wabasto. rare to see them come up thou. once the gen is rebuilt next spring we will have heat.

They are actually made to use inside. I know many up around here got them after Sandy to use inside homes.

scoobert 26-11-2013 04:10

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I was seeking cheap marinas last night. I accedentally called mathews.
Well matthew was not going to be in tomorrow, so he offered, if we were willing to go the 4 miles out of the way and deal with a shallow bottom, we could spend the night for free...!!!
I felt like a bulldozer, and parked at his T dock perpendicular, but how awesome!
Its something you don't really hear about anymore.
We were warm and tosty thanks to matthew last night.
So, if your less then 5'5" draft, consider this marina.
Its much cheeper then oriental.

scoobert 26-11-2013 07:07

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blog update!

S/V Union Pacific : Southerly

Everestmaritime 26-11-2013 07:29

Give me a shout if you need info on Beaufort dockage, anchorage, restaurants or want to meet for a beer or borrow my car for a couple of hours. There is a Walmart and West nearby. I live here aboard my boat.
PM sent
Dan

scoobert 26-11-2013 07:31

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S/V Union Pacific : 12, 12, 12, 6!!!

scoobert 26-11-2013 07:32

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Originally Posted by Everestmaritime (Post 1400431)
Give me a shout if you need info on Beaufort dockage, anchorage, restaurants or want to meet for a beer or borrow my car for a couple of hours. There is a Walmart and West nearby. I live here aboard my boat.
PM sent
Dan

yes, we may very well stop there tonight, what is the cheapest dock?
... we will need fuel.

The Garbone 26-11-2013 07:42

Scoob, just curious what type of anchor you are running?

scoobert 26-11-2013 08:04

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45# qcr. Not enough scope.

marlinmike 26-11-2013 08:16

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With all that "good" eating you better get your cholesterol checked when you get back!

escale 26-11-2013 08:19

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Scoobert:

You may want to brace yourself for some weather.

You'll have today to get to Beaufort, if you can make it. But, I wouldn't go much further.
Tue evening and Wed will be rough on the water. I would look for a storm hole and ride it out.
Along the beaches 15 to 20 miles South from where you were at Mathews Point Marina the wind and surf are going to get slightly challenging it not down right dangerous.

I don't want to be an alarmist, but you may want to take this NOAA report under advisement.

COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC
544 AM EST TUE NOV 26 2013

...HIGH SURF AND MINOR COASTAL FLOODING WILL IMPACT PORTIONS OF
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY...

.A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL LIFT ACROSS THE CAROLINA
PIEDMONT PRODUCING STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS AROUND 25 TO 35 MPH ACROSS
REGION TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY. THE STRONG WINDS WILL PRODUCE MINOR
COASTAL FLOODING AROUND 2 TO 3 FEET ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTIONS
OF THE PAMLICO SOUND AND SOUND SIDE OUTER BANKS. IN ADDITION...
LARGE WAVES WILL PRODUCE BREAKING WAVE AS HIGH AS 10 TO 12 FEET
WITH SIGNIFICANT WAVE RUN-UP BRINGING BEACH EROSION AND POSSIBLE
OCEAN OVERWASH TO TYPICALLY VULNERABLE AREAS.

NCZ103-262245-
/O.NEW.KMHX.SU.Y.0012.131126T2200Z-131127T2200Z/
/O.NEW.KMHX.CF.Y.0009.131127T0000Z-131128T0500Z/
OUTER BANKS DARE-
544 AM EST TUE NOV 26 2013

...HIGH SURF ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 5 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 5 PM
EST WEDNESDAY...
...COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM THIS EVENING TO
MIDNIGHT EST WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY HAS ISSUED
A HIGH SURF ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 5 PM THIS
AFTERNOON TO 5 PM EST WEDNESDAY. A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY HAS
ALSO BEEN ISSUED. THIS COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FROM
7 PM THIS EVENING TO MIDNIGHT EST WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

* LOCATION...HIGHEST SURF AND OCEAN-SIDE IMPACTS WILL OCCUR FROM
BUXTON SOUTH. SOUND-SIDE COASTAL FLOODING THREAT WILL BE GREATEST
NORTH OF OREGON INLET WITH SOUTHERLY FLOW TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
MORNING...THEN SHIFT TO SOUND-SIDE SOUTH OF OREGON INLET
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING AS WINDS SHIFT TO WEST.

* TIMING...TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING.

* SURF HEIGHT...AS HIGH AS 8 TO 12 FEET.

* COASTAL FLOODING...WATER LEVELS 2 TO 3 FEET ABOVE NORMAL.

* IMPACTS...LARGE BREAKING WAVE AND WAVE RUN UP WILL PRODUCE
DANGEROUS SURF CONDITIONS AND LOCALIZED BEACH EROSION AND MAY
BRING OCEAN OVERWASH TO VULNERABLE LOCATIONS ALONG HIGHWAY 12.


PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A HIGH SURF ADVISORY MEANS THAT HIGH SURF WILL AFFECT BEACHES IN
THE ADVISORY AREA...PRODUCING STRONG SHORE BREAK...DANGEROUS RIP
CURRENTS AND LOCALIZED BEACH EROSION.

A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY INDICATES THAT ONSHORE WINDS AND TIDES
WILL COMBINE TO GENERATE FLOODING OF LOW AREAS ALONG THE SHORE.

You're the Captain, but I would batten down.

I'm sure Beaufort will feel some of this. It will be cold out there and hard to bring a boat to dock if there are significant wind and waves trashing you about. This isn't a good time to negotiate for the best price for fuel, wait until you get away from the US, fuel prices will certainly give you sticker shock. For now, keep your fuel level high and have that second anchor standing by. Be sure to anchor in deep water, high water will leave you beached when it finally recedes. Be ready with Plan B and Plan C, if necessary.

Low pressure system should move off Thursday

Good luck and sail safe.

--- Escale

Vasco 26-11-2013 08:24

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Is that old dock near Core Creek available? The shrimpers dock.

escale 26-11-2013 08:25

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Scoobert:

Contact that member EverestMaritime, he is right there and can give you off the dock conditions that is a great resource.

Good luck,

-- Escale

scoobert 26-11-2013 08:38

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We are stay inside until the storm passes. The icw will be ok during the storm, right?

Vasco 26-11-2013 08:50

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Originally Posted by scoobert (Post 1400486)
We are stay inside until the storm passes. The icw will be ok during the storm, right?

It can be very hard work on the ICW in these conditions. Stretches in NC south of Beaufort are very close to the ocean, only some barrier islands. Bogue Sound can blow up and it's pretty shallow (unless they dredged recently). Also once you get to inlets it gets worse. Best to hunker down.


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