HEBRON - Chart 4725

The chart is accurate but lacks some detail. The area off the site of the former town marked ‘Shallow in places, rep 1951’consists of a sand and weed bottom 12 to 18 ft (3.9-5.8m) deep with scattered large round rocks that have 2to 4 ft (0.6-1.2m) over them at low water. It may be possible for a small vessel to pick its way through these rocks (perhaps after scouting ahead with a dinghy) but there is probably not enough swinging room to anchor.

The best anchorage in most conditions is close NW of the northernmost of theDog Islandsin 18-24ft (6-8m), apparently good holding.

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