McHeard Cove Inlet

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East Blue Hill, Maine United States
44° 24' 42.12'', -68° 31' 1.91''
Morgan Bay
McHeard Cove Inlet
Possible drizzle tonight.
37℉ESE at 2 knots
Low02:54AM0.377ft
High09:04AM11.067ft
Low03:29PM-0.576ft
High09:38PM10.791ft
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About


Introduction:

McHeard Cove is a small, quiet pocket of water north of Long Island off of Blue Hill Bay. Mainly a collection of moorings and a small anchorage ares, there is a marine facility at the head of the cove providing limited services. Blue Hill Harbor is only a few miles to the south.

Navigating the Water:

Use NOAA Chart 13316.

Approach from the south. Red nun buoy “6” marks Darling Ledge, which lead out south of Darling Island. Leave this to port, and then set a north course for McHeard Cove, keeping a close lookout for lobster floats and anchored/moored boats along the way.

Local Notices to Mariners:

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


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