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Where’s the Inlet?

By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — February 2003


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Lots of people have traveled the inlets of the southeastern United States before, but some inlets have often been overlooked on charts—until now.

Steve, Jon, and Jeff Dodge unravel the mystery of previously uncharted inlets in the Inlet Chartbook: Southeastern United States. From White Sound Press for a mere $19.95, the Dodge gang’s book shows entrances to 32 inlets spanning 1,000 miles of coastline from Miami to Maryland. The charts are comprised of 21 NOAA reproductions as well as 14 original charts based on the boys’ own hydrographic research.

The book contains recent pictures of all the inlets, and any changes or upgrades in the charts will be posted on the White Sound Press Web site. If you’re looking to drop the hook, it also lists anchorages and marinas for each inlet.

White Sound Press Phone: (386) 423-7880.

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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