Beach House Publications Brings You The Great Book Of Anchorages
The Chesapeake Bay, Including The Potomac River is our third installment to The Great Book Of Anchorage series and has been a labor of love. Our combined 40-plus years of cruising the Chesapeake Bay was the inspiration and motivation to deliver this one-of-a-kind, unique anchorage guide to be used and enjoyed by the casual boater or serious cruiser. The Chesapeake Bay edition provides detailed anchoring information beginning in Chesapeake City in the north and extending to Lynnhaven Inlet to the south. Both the eastern and western shores of the Bay are covered as well as many, many of the tributaries, including the Potomac River.
Hampton Roads and Norfolk to the Florida Keys is our first in a series of anchorage books. This unique and innovative book of anchorages and free docks, complete with details and easy-to-use chartlets, makes finding a great anchorage or free dock along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway between Virginia and the Florida Keys easy and stress free. Decades of cruising these waters has provided us with the knowledge and understanding to provide our fellow boaters with the information you've asked for. There is finally a comprehensive, easy-to-use and understand resource at your fingertips. Hampton Roads and Norfolk to the Florida Keys is the perfect companion to your favorite ICW cruising guide.
The Great Book of Anchorages, The Gulf Coast – Cape Sable, FL to Mobile, AL, Including the Okeechobee Waterway. The anchorage guide that everyone has been clamoring for is finally available. Now there is a clear, concise guide for this region that takes the guesswork out of finding the best anchorages.
The guide starts in Cape Sable along the Southwest Florida Coast, works its way north along the coast in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, in and out of the beautiful rivers of the Big Bend and then continues on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway – East of Harvey Lock section until its conclusion in Mobile Bay. The book also includes the Okeechobee Waterway. It is the must-have anchorage guide for anyone cruising the Gulf Coast!The Bahamas, The Route Most Traveled is our second in The Great Book Of Anchorages series. This one of a kind guide, complete with chartlets from Wavey Line Charts, provides a much needed and requested resource for anchorages in the islands of the Bahamas. The book covers the island chains that most cruisers travel from one year to the next, and provides them with approach and anchorage depth as well as shore access information. The beautifully detailed chartlets give essential information not found in any other resource for the Bahamas. The Bahamas, The Route Most Traveled is the perfect complement to your favorite Bahamas cruising guide.
Whether you’re just out for the weekend or doing your dream cruise, The Great Book Of Anchorages series will enhance your boating experience.
"The Great Book of Anchorages" is the most knowledgeable resource we have ever seen!
--Paul and Gail P, S/V Opportunity
A great book for cruisers that want to save money. The layout is clear and to the point. The charts are helpful in seeing the anchorage features and the comment box is insightful. Overall this is a great book, lots of information and the price is right.
--Pete and Jan H, M/V Norseman
Cruisers heading down the ICW have a new navigational tool: The Great Book of Anchorages, from Beach House Publications...Just how useful do I think The Great Book of Anchorages actually is? This fall marks my 20th trip on the ICW, and this book will be my major reference to explore new spots to drop the hook. Don’t leave your dock to go south without it.