Indian key anchorage (Florifa Keys)

Indian key anchorage (Florifa Keys)

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Indian key anchorage (Florifa Keys)
2010-03-22
Update
Joëlle
Indian key anchorage (Florifa Keys)
2010-03-22
Update
Joëlle
We can pull dinghy ashore or wade ashore for self guided tour of Island.
We used the East side of the
Island to dinghy in, wade the last few yards, and tie up to a bench or tree. 

There is a mooring consisting of  3-5 buoys off Indian Key's SE shores.
If any are available, you can pick up a buoy in 5 to 7 feet of water, or alternately, drop anchor.


Protected some in E or NW winds. Exposed to others.

2010/03/23
Update
soja
Sept 5 2015  20:30

We are so happy to have read in the website that there was Mooring buoys because with the win at 20 knots we feel more safe.


The mooring buoyes 4 or 5. Was at this position. N24:51.779 W80:40.765



2015/10/5
Update
Bernice no1
On peut laisser l'annexe au ponton pour visiter l'île.
On utilise le côté E de l'île pour y accoster en annexe, en entrant dans l'eau les derniers mètres et en l'attachant à un banc ou un arbre.

Il y a une ligne de mouillage composée de 3 à 5 bouées au large SE de Indian Key. Si elles sont disponibles, vous pouvez prendre une bouée dans 1,5 à 2 m d'eau, ou alors jeter l'ancre.

Protégé des vents d'E ou NW. Exposé aux autres.

2010/03/23
Update
soja
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