The Georgia Coast: Waterways and Islands is a new kind of boater's guide to the intricate, unspoiled, and exciting coast of Georgia. The guide describes the flora and fauna of varied rich ecosystems as you travel through the natural and human history of over 1,500 miles of waterways. . 134 minutely detailed chartlets, unrivalled by any other guide, show the latest depths allowing boaters more flexibility to enjoy the Georgia coast. Navigator-friendly, north oriented chartlets picking up where NOAA left off will empower you to customize your itinerary. Color and black and white photography along with essential shore descriptions provide thorough information about all forms of coastal activities - cruising, fishing, sailing, diving, kayaking, canoeing and hiking. This is the only comprehensive guide to the barrier islands, the Intracoastal Waterway, the fresh water rivers, swamps and saltwater marshes that make up the coast of Georgia.