Annette Inlet Anchorage Gulf Islands
Annette Inlet. Annette Inlets is a little wider than Glenthorne Passage, with few houses and a good sandy beach at the head. As you approach, note the charted rock that dries at 0.9 meters, off the mouth of the inlet. A rock at the point is marked by a small, private beacon. Approach from the Glenthorne Passage side and wrap around the point, leaving the beacon to starboard. The head of the bay shoals to drying flats. Anchor in 8 feet (zero tide) anywhere, gray mud bottom. Southeast winds can blow across the low swale separating Annette Inlet from Ellen Bay on the other side of Prevost Island, but there isn’t enough fetch to build waves.
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