Gordon Pass/Green No. 13 - Florida Sea Grant

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Gordon Pass/Green No. 13


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Site ratings
Storm protection: good
Bottom holding: poor
Scenic beauty: fair
Tranquility: poor
Overall site rating: medium
Recreational characteristics
Activites: fishing
day sailing
Facilities:
Qualities: isolation
Overall site rating: low
Shoreside profile
Natural: no
Public access: no
Commercial access: no
100% private: yes
High Use or "Popular"
Low use (ie, "undiscovered"): no
Small craft and water sports: no
Anchoring: yes
Size: small


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  • Minimum Approach Depth: 6 ft.

  • Depth In Anchorage: 7 - 12 ft.

  • Lat 26 06.1' N

  • Lon 81 47.7' W

  • (use Chart 11430 for navigation)

  • 7.1 statute miles from Little Marco Island, 3.2 statute miles to Naples City Anchorage.


   West of marker 13 on Gordon Pass inlet begins a channel that leads to a series of canals lined by sumptuous homes. Minimum depths are 6 feet.
  The channel can be reached from the Inland Waterway by heading west at marker 73 or from the Gulf through Gordon Pass.
  As you round the point of land that lies east of the channel entrance, a bay-like area to the north offers 2 tempting anchorage, but it is a cable area, so pass it by.
  Instead, continue to follow the shore to starboard, heading cast into the first offshoot north of the entrance Here depths are 9 feet, until the stream tarns north and opens out into a wide bay with 7-9 foot depths.
  A small ocean freighter could anchor easily here, and protection from all winds is superb.

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