Managing the Waterway: Hampton Roads, VA to Biscayne Bay, FL

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With over 260 interpretive vignettes on the history, wildlife, and culture of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, this cruising guide is more than a navigation book. Experience this great American waterway, traveled by millions each year, with this detailed boating resource.

For enjoying the Waterway along the way, or as an armchair sailor dreaming about this popular trip, each page includes interpretive vignettes that parallel the navigation column. These vignettes tell the ...

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Overview

With over 260 interpretive vignettes on the history, wildlife, and culture of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, this cruising guide is more than a navigation book. Experience this great American waterway, traveled by millions each year, with this detailed boating resource.

For enjoying the Waterway along the way, or as an armchair sailor dreaming about this popular trip, each page includes interpretive vignettes that parallel the navigation column. These vignettes tell the story of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway: the regional flora and fauna, history and folklore, pop culture and local events of this slice of waterfront America. Includes 200 photos and illustrations, 443 GPS waypoints, and 1200 telephone numbers and web sites for local resources.

Managing the Waterway guides feature mile-by-mile customized safety information detailing the weather station, towing services, and Coast Guard information closest to your current position. The only ICW guide with information on where to get marine supplies and parts along the way.

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Successfully combines a mile-by-mile cockpit guide with other needed guides into one very useful tool. This and charts are all you need for the ICW.
— Stephen Watterson, author of A Year in Paradise: How We Lived Our Dream)
Good Old Boat Magazine
"If you are in the market for an ICW guide, this is the one to get."
Latitudes & Attitudes
"Another ICW cruising guide? Yep, but this one has four 'enrichments' not found in any of the other guides..."
Practical Sailor
"Featuring what the Doyles call 'rolling headers,' each navigation page contains well-organized mileage figures; weather contacts; tide times and ranges; hailing and working radio channels; U.S. Coast Guard telephone numbers; towing contacts; safety information; bridge openings; navigational hazards; security zones; marinas; nearest chandleries; and even landmarks. The detail is impressive."
Sailing Magazine
"The spiral-bound book is made for quick and easy reference while underway and contains a wealth of information..."
Soundings
"New ICW guide helps you feel like a local."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780975861707
  • Publisher: Semi-Local Publications
  • Publication date: 8/28/2005
  • Series: Managing the Waterway Series
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: SEMI-LOCAL PUBLICATIONS LLC
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted November 16, 2010

    Our primary reference on 5 ICW trips

    We have used MTW on 5 trips up or down the ICW between the Chesapeake Bay and South Florida, and it has become our primary reference for this trip. With the up-to-date information in the Guide and on the website, we have found it the best single source for the trip. We find particular value with the following:

    --Numerous anchorages including their depths and GPS waypoints
    --Bridge locations and opening information, frequently updated on the website
    --Marina locations with facility information and phone numbers
    --Frequencies of USCG weather and bridge operator VHF channels for the particular area that you are traveling
    --"Heads Ups" on potential trouble spots, such as shoaling, intersections with crossing waterways and changes in the waterway marking system

    In addition to the useful information for navigating the waterway, there is also an interesting commentary throughout the book, highlighting historical features as well as information on the local flora and fauna. We found this interesting and enjoyable as we progressed along the way. We highly recommend MTW and find it every bit as important as your charts.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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