Cape May has a well-designed breakwater system for a frequently rough-water entrance from the Atlantic Ocean into Cape May Harbor at the southern terminus (Mile 114) of the New Jersey ICW. The well-protected harbor makes it a popular layover while waiting for a good weather window for the leap northeast along the Jersey Shore or the jump northwest up the Delaware Bay. Cape May’s beaches are legendary, its dunes remain nearly pristine and the harbor provides a secure storm anchorage.
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