Formerly known as Lettuce Lake, this lake is part of the Intracoastal Waterway in Pompano Beach. It was originally named for the pond-like vegetation that formed on the surface of the lake.
The anchorage is located on the ICW's western shores, south of unlighted daybeacon #74. Minimum depth: 6' Good shelter
A popular free sheltered anchorage for transient cruisers that is set well back from the ICW and only 3 miles from Hillsboro Inlet. It is not well known that just beyond the 12" fixed bridge on US1 is boat accessible Pompano Market with groceries, resturaunts, and many stores.
Not a hospitable area for transient boaters. Be very careful where you leave a dingy etc. if going ashore.
Anciennement connu sous le nom de lettuce Lake, ce lac fait partie de l'Intracoastal Waterway à Pompano Beach. Il s'appelait à l'origine "Lettuce" à cause de la végétation qui recouvrait la surface du lac.
Le mouillage est situé sur la rive occidentale du ICW, au sud de balise non lumineuse # 74. Profondeur minimum: 1,8 m Bon abri
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