Cape May has a well-protected harbor and is a popular layover for ocean-going boats. The ICW route goes past the beautiful Wildwood resort town and the Stone Harbor bird sanctuary.
The NJ ICW route between Cape May and Stone Harbor is portected, but boats drawing more than three feet should pay attention to the tide. Boats drawing more than four feet should consider the ocean route. Between Cape May and Atlantic City, the controlling vertical clearance is 35 feet, making this route most suitable for power boats.
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