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western port bay round French island

I'm looking at a trip around French island and I do not seem to be able to get any info on the depth of water on the hump on the eastern side of French island
Also which channel should one use when lining up to cross the hump
Should one attempt the round trip clockwise or anti clockwise
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Western port

Depends on what you draw. Plan to pass shallow part at high tide. Hobiecats have trouble at low tide.
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Re: western port bay round French island

we draw 1.45mt
anybody know which channel to use to get to the hump then cross it.

I see the times are normally about 2 mt
I have a lifting keel
But raely need to know which channels to use. I have a good gps system so i can plot my way.
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