“It was far too windy to venture up Knight Inlet that day. After studying the chart, we decided to...Read More
Author: Brett and Sue Oemichen
Turnbull Cove is one of the northernmost anchorages in the Broughtons. It’s popular with cruisers because it has plenty of room to accommodate a large number of boats, and is a popular spot for crabbing. Most of the terrain surrounding Turnbull Cove is steep, and first-time visitors will immediately notice a couple of landslides on the north and west sides of the bay. Waggoner Cruising Guide.Read More
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