Green Bay Anchorage

Green Bay Anchorage.  Green Bay is a well-protected small bay on the northwest side of the Agamemnon Channel.  Prime anchorage is at 30 feet in the cove on the west side of Green Bay in front of the lake shown on the chart.   A stream with a waterfall runs from the lake to the cove.  A drying reef nearly closes the pass to the back cove to the north of the prime anchoring area.

Holding is fair on a hard mud bottom.  Use caution approaching and within Green Bay as it is not well charted.  Saling Directions warns of rocks on the east side of the entry to Green Bay which is not shown on the chart.  A large uncharted rock/pinnacle with 6 feet of water at zero tide is located mid-channel off a cabin with a small float, on the northeast side of Green Bay, east of the prime anchoring area.  We entered favouring the west side of Green Bay.  Several cabins, some with private docks, cling to the shore.  The gentle sound of the waterfall makes for a restful anchorage.

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