Potential ports of call

Some of you have asked where we plan to stop on the way up the coast.  Here is a list of the places we will (most likely) stop for at least an overnight stay and possibly a longer rest.  The distances to each port are approximate and in nautical miles.  Just for reference, when motoring or sailing, you can assume that we will be traveling at an average of 5 mph.  Let me know if any of you have comments or suggestions!

  California- Depart from San Pedro

 

Catalina Island – Emerald Cove (20nm)

Marina del Rey (29.5nm)

Paradise Cove, Malibu (17.1nm)

Ventura Harbor (27.6nm)

Santa Barbara Harbor (22.4nm)

Cojo Anchorage (37.8nm)

Port San Luis (45.3nm)

Morro Bay (20nm)

San Simeon Bay (23nm)

Monterrey Bay (85nm)

Moss Landing (15nm)

Santa Cruz Harbor (18nm)

Half Moon Bay (46nm)

Drakes Bay (92.2nm)

Bodega Bay (25nm)

Noyo Anchorage, Fort Bragg (80nm)

Shelter Cove (37nm)

Humboldt Bay, Eureka (60nm)

Trinidad Head (18nm)

Crescent City (45nm)

 

   Oregon

 

 

Chetco River, Brookings (18nm)

Port Orford  (46nm)

Coquille River, Bandon (30nm)

Coos Bay (15nm)

Umpqua River (20nm)

Suislaw River, Florence (21nm)

Yaquina Bay, Newport (45nm)

Columbia River Entrance (95nm)

 

  Washington

 

Gray’s Harbor (40nm)

La Push (70nm)

Neah Bay (45nm)

Port Angeles (50nm) – destination for this part of the trip

 

 

7 thoughts on “Potential ports of call

  1. Yay for your Bodega Bay stop! We’ll have to meet you. 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to hearing about your thoughts of Shelter Cove. I’ve been to the Lost Coast, but not that part of it. What an amazing trip you have planned. Beauty and adventure ahead!!

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  2. San Francisco Bay is notably absent from your list. If you decide to stop by, please look us up. We’re in the Sceptre Sailing group on Facebook.
    Shirlee of Solstice
    Sceptre #12

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