KEATON BEACH*

Listening to weather forecasts on your VHF radio, Keaton Beach is used as a reference point. Unless you have family or friends living there the only reason for a cruising sailor to pull into this place would be to escape a threatening squall line.

No marinas, no fuel, no food, no reason to be here. You can anchor just past red marker ā€œ20ā€ by the seawall on your left, but be careful. What seems like a fairly large tidal pond almost completely disappears at low tide.

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