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Cruising Guide to South Carolina and Georgia 

Claiborne S. Young

John F. Blair, Publisher
978-0-89587-343-9
$26.95 paperback
8 x 9
464 pages
maps, black-and-white photos throughout
Published in 2005

In this revised edition, Claiborne Young continues to explore every marina, every anchorage, every creek, and every nook and cranny on the South Carolina and Georgia coastline. From classic cities like Charleston and Savannah to streams so isolated they seem untouched by the hand of man, Young has used his many years of experience and extensive on-site research to provide comprehensive coverage to the two states’ coastal waters.

Features of this guide include:

  • Abundant navigational data supplemented by maps and charts
  • Detailed information on marinas, anchorages, and restaurants
  • Warnings about specific danger areas to avoid
  • Colorful coastal history and legends
  • Tips on enjoying the natural and historical wonders of the region

Praise:

“Now in a revised sixth edition, Cruising Guide to Costal South Carolina and Georgia is an in-depth guide to every last marina, anchorage, creek, nook, and cranny along the South Carolina and Georgia coastline. Author Claiborne Young has applied his years of experience boating in sailcraft and powerboats and personally visited every body of water referenced in this local’s-eye-view guide. Maps and black-and-white photographs add a visual touch to the richly detailed descriptions sure to appeal to armchair travelers as well as boat travelers. Cruising Guide to Coastal South Carolina and Georgia is a travel guide, not a how-to guide; the reader’s familiarity with principles of nautical operation and safety is presumed, and the main focus is upon the marvelous sights, sounds, and history of the South Carolina and Georgia coast. Enthusiastically recommended for area boaters, whether residents or vacationers.” —Midwest Book Review
“The first feeling one gets upon perusing Claiborne Young’s Cruising Guide to Coastal South Carolina and Georgia is that the author must have lived here, so complete and detailed are his descriptions of our local waterways.” —The Island Packet (Hilton Head Island, SC)
“This guide sometimes referred to as the ‘sailor’s bible’ to the Waterway takes readers through every inch of that channel. Young sketches every marina, every anchorage, and every cove along the channel in precise detail.” —Florence [SC] Daily News