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Halifax Creek South Inlet

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Ormond Beach, Florida United States
29° 22' 30.0'', -81° 5' 7.07''
Daytona Beach
Halifax Creek South Inlet
Halifax Creek South Inlet
Halifax Creek South Inlet
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
75℉ENE at 14 knots
High02:55AM0.700ft
Low10:16AM0.254ft
High03:20PM0.564ft
Low10:07PM0.246ft
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Introduction:

The image above is a view from the north, looking south over the southern terminus of Halifax Creek where it meets the Halifax River. The Intracoastal Waterway Channel runs east (left) past the long island picture above, and then runs straight south for about 15 miles to Daytona Beach.

Use NOAA Chart 11485.

Approaching the southern terminus of Halifax Creek near Intracoastal Mile 818, you will find red daybeacon “30.” Once you have picked up red daybeacon “30,” continue south to intercept red daybeacon “32” (visible in the image above in the lower portion of the photo), and then continue toward the south to red daybeacon “34,” which is visible just off the tip of the large wooded island. Be sure to keep to the east of the island, as the area to the west is is fairly shoal with three- to four-foot depths.

This area is pretty devoid of marinas or marine facilities, but the facilities of Daytona Beach are only 15 miles to the south via the Intracoastal Waterway/Halifax River.

Local Notices to Mariners:

Local Notices to Mariners are available online from the U.S. Coast Guard.


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