Fury Cove Anchorage Northern BC
The cove behind Fury Island is a beautiful and popular anchorage, with a perfect white shell beach. Fury Cove, as it is commonly called, is entered by leaving Cleve Island to port, then turning to port towards the narrow entrance.
Fury Cove is a good place to spend the night before a southbound rounding of Cape Caution, or when headed north after crossing Cape Caution. It is popular and occasionally fills up; consider Big Frypan Bay as an alternative. While at anchor, you can look across the beach and see the condition on Fitz Hugh Sound. Inside, avoid the chartered rock that drives at 10 feet close to Fury Island. Consider taking the dinghy to shore to explore the beach and tide pools. A cabin used by kayakers is nestled in the woods on the north shore of Fury Island.
Overboard Discharge. No black water overboard discharge, please. Fury Cove does not flush well.
Breaker Pass. Breaker Pass separates Fury Island from Cleve Island. We have run through the pass in calm weather, but we could tell it wouldn’t take much of a southwesterly for Breaker Pass to live up to its name.
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