Speaking strictly of the anchorage itself, its probably my favorite anchorage thus far. It takes a bit of tight maneuvering to get your boat tucked in, but once you set the hook, you can enjoy this beautiful place that much more. Calm, quiet, protected, and convenient access to all that Georgetown, SC has to offer.
Lot’s of excitement in this video! We get groceries, do laundry, and walk around a whole lot. If that’s the kind of thing that gets you excited – buckle up buddy… we’re about to knock your socks off!
Jokes aside, we truly enjoy this stop and highly recommend it to other folks who are traveling through this area.
11.4 to 11.7 Made it to Georgetown SC today. Georgetown is a cute little town. Nice spot to anchor. We plan to stay here for a couple days. N33*21.962 W79*17.124
In Georgetown we walked to the grocery store and stocked up on some things we needed. We hung out with the crew from Baila a lot too. We also decided to switch from AT&T to T Mobil because they have unlimited data, talk and text. Also, we can use data and text in the Bahamas at no extra charge. We meet up with Ron and Mindy of SV Follow Me and met the couple on SV Let It Be. As we were walking to T Mobil, we realized that we’ve been here before! This is where the Aloha boat is, that we decided to see while we were in Maryland the first time to see our boat. It was trippy to be walking down the road and recognize the hotel we stayed in.
11.7 We left Georgetown this afternoon after leaving T Mobil. We went to South Santee River with Baila. N33*08.751 W79*18.839
11.8 Today we anchored in Whiteside Creek. We took a diggy ride with Baila to a beach up the river. It was so beautiful! We had dinner on Baila. N32*52.307 W79*42.846