Cruising Association - Anchorages
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The Quarantine Station however is ideal for many reasons and being up the Port River, it offers flat water pretty much regardless of how strong the wind blows.
Anchorage Finder Web App (2016) [visit]Anchorage information on the RSAYS website
The Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron have compiled extensive information on Anchorages for those who wish to find out more about cruising in South Australian and Victorian waters. We would like to thank RSAYS for the opportunity to provide our Club members with a link to their information.
Click here to view the RSAYS Anchorages information.