Power Plant Slough - Florida Sea Grant

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Power Plant Slough


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


The following extra downloads are available:


  • Minimum approach depth: 4 ft.

  • Depth in anchorage: 6 ft.

  • Lat 26 42.3' N

  • Lon 81 47.2 W

  • (use Chart 11427 for navigation)

  • Off mile 128.3 on the Okeechobee Waterway: 3.8 statute miles from Yacht Club Colony, 26.6 statute miles to intracoastal Waterway mile "0" at green marker 101.


   This is one of the many oxbows formed by the Caloosahatchee River before it was straightened to create the Okeechobee Waterway.
   Leave the Waterway heading to the northeast when you are west of marker 13 and anchor in more than 6 feet of water.
   You may want a photograph of the beautiful manatee sculpture in the river east of the 175 bridge. Go up and have a look... it's lovely!
   Sailing vessels: note 55 foot clearance bridge.

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