James Bay

  • 48º 50.458 N 123º 23.868 E
Created on Sep 3, 2021
Description
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Anchorage Facts
Depth 10 meters
Bottom Type Mud

Bay open to the NW, but secure anchorage in most conditions.  Good view of sunsets late spring and early summer.  North and southeast shorelines are Gulf Islands Marine Reserve. Very shallow tidal flats on the eastern extent of the bay making for a long row ashore. In rain, the upland will become prohibitively muddy for shore access to the trails.

Features
  • Low slope beach at the head of the bay.
  • Extensive trail system ashore, accessible from either beach.
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