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Does anyone know what the current average depth is in West Harbor (channels)? Any specific marina depths also? Wondering if a boat that drafts 4'6" would be an issue docked in West Harbor?
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Re: West Harbor, Catawba

Here's a couple of resources that should help. I'm not familiar with the area:

NOAA's On-Line Chart Viewer

https://activecaptain.com/index.php (check the interactive cruising guide)
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Re: West Harbor, Catawba

Thanks, but I have already looked at the Noaa & activecaptain info. I'm looking for someone, docking in, or familiar with WH, to tell me what they see on the sounder. Activecaptain has one report at Midway Marina, of 8', would like to know if it is still true and how much does it vary with a SW wind?

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Thanks, but I have already looked at the Noaa & activecaptain info. I'm looking for someone, docking in, or familiar with WH, to tell me what they see on the sounder. Activecaptain has one report at Midway Marina, of 8', would like to know if it is still true and how much does it vary with a SW wind?
Gotcha. If its that specific, maybe call the marina or drop them an email?
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