Shelter from S – SW
Indicative Anchoring Position
34° 40.4’S 136° 16.2’E
Note. Indicative anchoring positions are for reference only and should not be used as waypoints. The best position for anchoring depends on many factors including vessel draft, tide, and forecast wind.
Stickney Islet is located about 7 miles south of Reevesby Island. It is a low-lying rocky island with above water rocks extending about 300 metres from its south-eastern tip. The main anchorage is in a small cove on the north-west coast where the bottom is sand with patchy weed and the holding is good.
Another anchorage exists in a deep bay on the southern side of the island and gives shelter from northerlies. The bottom here is also sand with patchy weed and good holding.
The coast line is rocky on this island, making shore access difficult if not impossible.