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East Coast Alerts By Mel Neale April 16, 2009

By Tom Neale - Published April 16, 2009 - Viewed 1163 times

Fernandina Beach ICW Hump:
            Yesterday we passed the hump. The Coast Guard has reported for several months that there is a shallow hump in the middle of the channel near flashing green #1, south of Fernandina Beach, Florida. A USACE surveyor who surveys all of Florida on a 65’ foot USACE survey boat confirmed in an interview with us that it’s there. We passed at near high tide and followed a TowboatUS boat towing a 6-ft draft sailboat. He appeared to meticulously follow the magenta line on the chart and so we followed him. We missed the hump. We can’t tell you exactly where it is because we didn’t find it.
            We spoke with a Coast Guard official a few months ago and were told that the temporary marker they put on the shoal was removed because it caused too much confusion.*

*Italicized text above and below indicates our comment or paraphrase.  Plain text is copied from the Notices to Mariners or other sources given.

Good News--Bridge of Lions Closure Schedule Change:
(From the Bridge of Lions Rehabilitation Project Information Office)
            The Bridge of Lions is pleased to announce that the channel closures planned for Monday April 20, Tuesday April 21, and Wednesday April 22, 2009 are cancelled and the Bridge of Lions Channel will be open to marine traffic on the regular schedule during those dates.

The channel will be open for regular traffic from now until the next scheduled closure April 23 through April 25, 2009 / April 27 through May 2, 2009 beneath the Bridge of Lions and adjacent temporary bridge.

Notice To Mariners:
The channel will be completely closed 7:00 am to 9:00 p.m. for each day at the Bridge of Lions temporary bridge in St. Augustine according to the following schedule:

DATES

TIMES CLOSED

SCHEDULED OPENINGS

Thursday, April 23 – Saturday, April 25

7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

None

Monday, April 27 – Saturday, May 2

7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

None

Only U.S. Coast Guard vessels and declared emergencies will be permitted to travel through the channel during the closure, and openings for these circumstances will necessitate 1-2 hours notice.

These closures have been reviewed and approved by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Questions? Call (904) 825-3647 or (904) 669-1165.

Deadly Boating Accident in North Florida:
            Five dead and nine hospitalized--14 souls reported to be aboard a 22-ft. bowrider on Easter Sunday evening, about 45 minutes before sunset. Check
 http://www.jacksonville.com/news/metro/2009-04-14/story/family_friends_mourn_the_dead_in_sundays_boating_accident for update. On April 15, 2009 when we passed through, there was a Coast Guard Safety Zone for the NTSB to investigate the accident.
           
Norfolk Area Bridge Closures:
            Jordan Bridge Lift Span to Close for Removal:
The Captain of the Port of Hampton Roads advises all mariners that the removal of the center span of the Jordan Bridge will require a waterway closure for up to 72 hours from the Beltline Railroad Bridge (AIWW mile 2.6) to the Norfolk and Western Railroad Bridge (AIWW mile 3.6) on the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River beginning at 05:30 A.M. on 03 May, 2009. No vessel traffic will be permitted to transit this waterway without prior consent from the Captain of the Port or his representative. The waterway will be closed until completion of the lift span removal operation. This closure will affect any vessels transiting the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW). The Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads Command Center may be contacted at (757) 668-5555 for further information.
            Gilmerton Railroad Bridge Repairs:
Mariners are advised that the Norfolk Southern #7 Railroad Bridge, at AIWW mile 5.8, across the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River in Chesapeake VA, will be closed to vessels to complete structural repairs beginning at 5 a.m. until and including 11 p.m. each Sunday on April 5, April 12, May 3 and May 10, 2009. At all other times, the drawbridge will operate in accordance with the operating drawbridge regulations set out in Title 33 Code of Federal Regulations Part 117.997(e). Mariners should adjust their transits accordingly. (From the USCG 5th District LNM 15)

Boston Approach Traffic Separation Scheme Aids to Change:
            Also from the 1st District LNM 14: In conjunction with the proposed revision to the Boston Approach Traffic Separation schedule to be completed in June 2009, the following aids will be relocated shoreward:
RELOCATE
Boston Approach LB BA to (PA) 40-48.953N 069-00.635W
Boston Approach LB BB (NOAA 44018) to (PA) 41-15.320N 069-18.313W
Boston Approach LB BC to (PA) 41-41.404N 069-35.963W
Boston Approach LB BD to (PA) 42-18.280N 070-01.140W

Boston TSS Charts to be Revised:      
            On June 1, 2009 the Boston Traffic Separation Scheme will be revised per the International Maritime Organization. NOAA is preparing four nautical chart new editions showing the changes. The charts are National Ocean Service (NOS) Charts 13006, 13009, 13200, and 13203. These paper charts showing the entire change will be available for sale by June 1st when the routing measure takes effect. Print-on-Demand (POD) NOS charts of these four new editions will be available from OceanGrafix (www.OceanGrafix.com http://www.OceanGrafix.com>) starting in May. NOS Raster Navigational Charts http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov / will also show the changes starting in May. The NOS charts not showing the full scheme will be revised with "Chart corrections" published in the LNM (District 1, LNM 14).

Research Buoy, Cape Cod Canal and Approaches:
The 1st District LNM 14 states that until 31 July 2009 a research buoy is on the shelf just south of the Hudson Canyon, at the following locations:
Tripod                                  Marker Buoy
40 01.739 N                         40 01.739 N
73 34.071 W                         73 34.176 W
The marker buoy will be within 150 m of the tripod.

MA Ice Buoys Remain After April 1:
            The following aids in Nantucket Sound and Buzzards Bay are currently being marked by ice buoys with reduced light intensity and sound signal, past the Aril 1st advertised date in the Light List:
Chatham Roads Bb3
Stage Harbor Ent LBB SH
Bass River Ent LBB 2
Gazelle Rock LB 2
Hyannis Harbor LB 4
Lewis Bay App LB 5
Cotuit Anchorage LBB 1
Cotuit Ent LBB C
Waquoit Bay Ent LBB 2
Bird Island GB 1
Mariners should use caution while transiting the area. (1st District LNM 14)

Old Saybrook, CT,  Area Dredging:
            Dredging is being done in North Cove until 31 May 2009. On scene is the Dredge SAMSON III, dump scows 742 & 743, mudcat SE103 and the tug CAMRONS POINT that are monitoring VHF-FM channels 13 & 16. The hours of operation is 7 days a week during daylight hours. (1st District LNM 14)

Hudson River Ice Buoys to Stay on Station:
            The USCG 1st District LNM 14 states that until further notice the following seasonal buoys will remain on station:
Hudson River LB 63 (Can on station)
Hudson River LB 66 (Nun on station)
Hudson River LB 70 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 74 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 76 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 77 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 78 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 80 (Nun on station)
Hudson River LB 82 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 84 (Nun on station)
Hogs Back North LB N (Nun on station)
Hudson River LB 85 (Can on station)
Hudson River LB 89 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 94 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 98 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 99 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 106 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 107 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 117 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 119 (LIB on station)
Hudson River LB 138 (LIB on station)

Staten Island Construction:
            Weeks Marine will be removing a sunken drydock at Smoking Point, Staten Island between April 6 and June 6, 2009. Work hours are 0600-1800. The Weeks 551 crane barge will be spudded down outside of the channel. The Weeks 110, or 70, Hopper Barge, and one work boat will also be on scene. During this time one barge will be along the southern channel’s edge of Port Reading Reach. Mariners are requested to pass the work platform at reduced wake speed. (1st District LNM 14).

NJ Special Anchorage Comments Requested:
            The 1st District LNM 14 announces that the Coast Guard has published a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to amend the existing special anchorage area at Perth Amboy, New Jersey, at the junction of the Raritan River and Arthur Kill. The proposed amendment is necessary to facilitate safe navigation and provide for a safe and secure anchorage for vessels of not more than 65 feet in length. This supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking provides updated coordinates for the proposed amendment and revises the proposed use limitations. The entire proposal, including directions to submit comments, is available online at http://homeport.uscg.mil/newyork > Waterways Management > 01. Advisory Notices. Comments and related material must be received by the Coast Guard on or before May 4, 2009.

New Bridge Schedule, NJICW:
            From the 5th District Bridge Branch: Effective May 14, 2009,the Coast Guard is changing the drawbridge operation regulations of the Route 30 Bridge, at ICW mile 67.2, across Beach Thorofare at Atlantic City, NJ. This will allow the drawbridge to open on signal every hour during high transit periods in the summer months (April 1 through October 31 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.) and to operate on an advance notice basis at all other times (four hours notice). The change will result in more efficient use of the bridge.

Cape May Dredging:
            The Dredge FULLERTON will be conducting dredging operation at the Cape May Canal/Ferry Terminal and Oyster Creek from 13 April through 14 May, 2009. The dredge will monitor VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16. Mariners are cautioned to stay clear of dredge, booster, floating (pontoon) and submerged pipelines, barges, derricks and operating wires associated with dredging and marine construction operations. (USCG 5th District LNM 15)

Delaware Bay Data Buoys:
            The University of Delaware has established the following temporary lighted data buoys until on or about 10 May, 2009:
1. Univ. of Delaware Lighted Data Buoy A at approximate position 38-51-40N, 074-57-50W, Fl Y 6S, yellow sphere.
2. Univ. of Delaware Lighted Data Buoy B at approximate position 38-50-24N, 074-55-34W, Fl Y 6S, yellow sphere.
3. Univ. of Delaware Lighted Data Buoy C at approximate position 38-49-36N, 075-31-08W, Fl Y 6S, yellow sphere.
4. Univ. of Delaware Lighted Data Buoy D at approximate position 38-44-36N, 075-01-057W, Fl Y 6S, yellow sphere.
(5th District LNM 13)

Ocean City, MD, Dredging:
            The 5th District LNM 14 states that the dredge KRISTI JOE will be conducting dredging operation in Isle of Wight Bay from 13 April through 13 May, 2009. The dredge will monitor VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16. The dredge will be assisted by the work boat BETTY LOU. A lighted submerged and floating pipeline will be deployed. Mariners are cautioned to stay clear of dredge, booster, floating (pontoon) and submerged pipelines, barges, derricks and operating wires associated with dredging and marine construction operations.

Salt Ponds, VA, Dredging:
            We warned earlier of shoaling to around 4 feet in this channel. Now the 5th District LN 15 announces that the Dredge MARION will be conducting dredging operation in the Salt Ponds Channel between Salt Ponds Daybeacon 3 to Salt Ponds Daybeacon 13 from 08 April through 20 April, 2009. The dredge will monitor VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Construction Buoys:
            From the 5th District LNM 15: On or about April 15, 2009 Skanska USA will resume work on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Scour Remediation Project. Skanska USA will establish four lighted mooring buoys in association with this project to be removed on or about 01 June, 2009. Two buoys will be approximately 1.0NMs north of Thimble Shoal Channel Lighted Buoy 10 and 1.0NMs west of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (Second Island). The two other buoys will be approximately 1.0NMs east of Chesapeake Channel Lighted Buoy 16 and 1.16NMs north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (Fourth Island).
A. CBBT Skanska Second Island Lighted Mooring Buoy A at 36-59-34N, 076-07-10W, Fl W 4s, White with blue band.
B. CBBT Skanska Second Island Lighted Mooring Buoy B at 36-59-37N, 076-07-23W, Fl W 4s, White with blue band.
C. CBBT Skanska Fourth Island Lighted Mooring Buoy A at 37-03-53N, 076-04-00W, Fl W 4s, White with blue band.
D. CBBT Skanska Fourth Island Lighted Mooring Buoy B at 37-04-00N, 076-04-10W, Fl W 4s, White with blue band.

Fort Monroe, VA, Safety Zone:
            The 5th District LNM 15 reports that the Captain of the Port, Hampton Roads will establish a SAFETY ZONE in support of the USNORTHCOM CIVIC LEADER TOUR to be held over Mill Creek in the vicinity of Fort Monroe Military Reservation. This event will be held between 9:00 A.M. and 11:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on April 28, 2009, and from 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. on April 29, 2009. Due to the need to protect mariners and spectators from hazards associated with air demonstrations, vessel traffic will be temporarily restricted and no vessels will be allowed within a 1,320 foot radius from position 37-04-04N, 076-18-04W. Mariners must remain outside of this zone unless otherwise authorized by the Captain of the Port or his representative.

Rudee Inlet—Again:
            From the 5th District LNM 15: The City of Virginia Beach survey of Rudee Inlet, dated 20 March 2009 indicates shoaling; least depth from 9.7 feet MLLW to 5.2 feet MLLW, across the channel, starting approximately 350 feet west of the North Jetty end to approximately 250 feet east of the North Jetty end with an area of extreme shoaling to a depth of 5.2 feet MLLW across the inbound side of the channel. Mariners are advised to use caution when transiting the area.

Low Flying Helos in Bogue Sound:
            The U.S. Navy has contracted commercial helicopters to conduct aerial digital geophysical mapping of Bogue Sound from 01 March until 30 April, 2009. Operating during daylight hours, 7 days a week, a commercial helicopter will operate at flight altitude of 4 to 5 feet above the waters between Gales Creek, Salter Path, Archer Point and Humphery’s Point. And area bounded by 34-41-13N, 077-00-30W to 34-40-23N, 077-00-12W to 34-41-23N, 076-53-57W to 34-42-59N, 076-54-46W. Mariners are urged to remain clear of the area when aerial operations are encountered. For details of daily operations, call toll free 1-877-827-1266. The operations controllers will monitor VHF-FM Channel 16. (5th District LNM 15)

New River Inlet, NC, New Shoaling, Not on the ICW:
            5th District LNM 15 reports that the Coast Guard has received a report of shoaling to a depth of 1.0 ft above MLW between New River Inlet Buoy 3 and New River Inlet Buoy 4. Mariners are advised to avoid transiting this waterway during periods of low water and to use caution when transiting during other tidal periods.

Oregon Inlet, NC, Bridge Repair:
            The 5th District LNM 15 also states that the Coast Guard is establishing a temporary REGULATED NAVIGATION AREA on the waters of Oregon Inlet for repair work to the existing fender system of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge. The REGULATED NAVIGATION AREA encompasses the area of the main navigational channel fendered span of the bridge. All vessels of 100 gross tons and greater are not permitted to transit the waterway unless the vessel obtains permission from Commander, Fifth Coast Guard District or his representative. Permission for transit may be obtained by contacting Coast Guard Sector North Carolina at (252)- 247-2570 or via VHF-FM Channel 16. Vessels of less than 100 gross tons will be permitted to transit the fendered span of the navigational channel at all times. Mariners are reminded that the fendered span of the bridge is the only recommended route for transiting under the bridge. Passing through any unfendered span presents a hazard to the vessel and the bridge. Alternate routes for any vessel into Pamlico Sound are Hatteras Inlet, Beaufort Inlet, or through the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW). This REGULATED NAVIGATION AREA will be enforced from 08:00 A.M. 16 April, 2009, through 05:00 P.M. 05 June, 2009.

Ben Sawyer Bridge, Mile 462.2 Repairs:
            This bridge was severely damaged 20 years ago during Hurricane Hugo, and the swing span should have been replaced then. The USCG 7th District LNM 07 announces that the swing span of the Ben Sawyer Bridge will be replaced between March and November, 2009 and there may be slight delays in opening. These delays will be announced in MSIBs from Coast Guard Charleston.

South of Savannah Area Shoaling:
            While this is not on the major transient route through Georgia, I included it to point out that shoaling can occur even in areas charted as very deep. Caution is always advised in less heavily traveled areas, as charts may not be updated as often as for the major boating areas. From the USCG 7th District LNM 14: Severe shoaling has been reported in approximate position 31 deg 55-57N 081 deg 09-42W in the vicinity of Coffee Bluff, Forrest River, Savannah, Georgia. Charted depth is 40 feet; reported depth is less than 2 feet. All mariners are urged to use general knowledge and transit the area with extreme caution. For further information please contact Officer-In-Charge (OIC) Petty Officer First Class (BM1) Eric Dieckmann, USCG Aids to Navigation Team Tybee Island , Georgia at (912) 786-5791.

Altamaha Sound Range to be Discontinued:
            From the 7th District LNM 15: The following changes have been proposed to the aids to navigation system in the ICW at Altamaha Sound.
Permanently discontinued ALTAMAHA SOUND RANGE FRONT LIGHT A
Permanently discontinued ALTAMAHA SOUND RANGE REAR LIGHT A
All comments should be addressed to Commander (DPW), Seventh Coast Guard District 909 S.E. 1st Ave (STE 406) Brickell Plaza Federal BldgMiami, Fl 33131 to be received by 15 June 2009.

Dredging in Jacksonville, FL:
            Cottrell Contracting Corporation has advised that maintenance dredging will commence on or about April 16, 2009 with the dredge LEXINGTON, with completion date on or about May 31, 2009. This project will start at Fulton Cutoff Light 36 (LLNR 7360) in the St Johns River and proceed to the Mariine Corps’ Blount Island Channel and Berthing Areas, Jacksonville, Florida. The dredge will monitor VHF Channels 13 and 16 during this operation. All mariners are requested to stay clear of the dredge, pipelines, barge, derricks and operating wires about the dredge. All operators should be aware that the dredge and pontoon lines are held in place by cables, which are attached to anchors some distance from the dredge and pontoons. Buoys are attached to the anchors so that they may be moved as the dredge moves. Submerged lines should be avoided. Mariners are requested to exercise extreme caution when approaching, passing, and leaving the dredging plant. For further information please contact Mr. Benjamin G. Cottrell at (757) 547-9611. (7th District LNM 15)

Special Buoy off Melbourne, FL:
            From the 7th District LNM 15: SAIC Advanced Systems Division of Melbourne, Florida, has advised the Coast Guard that a Special Purpose Spar Buoy will be deployed two (2) NM offshore of Vero Beach, Florida in approximate position 27-40.8N 080-20.4W on April 18, 2009 with recovery date on or about May 30, 2009. Color: Yellow, Light Characteristics: Fl Y 4s, overall length from bottom of buoy to tip of the antenna 17’5’ (8’ sub-surface, 1.5’ freeboard) 16” diameter with 8’ omni antenna, and single point mooring with dual anchors. For further information please contact Mr. Bill Spellins at (321) 751-3273 (comm) or (321) 751-3299 (fax).

Dredging for Beaches, Ft. Pierce:
            The 7th District LNM 15 advises that there will be more dredging for beaches this season: Weeks Marine, Inc, will commence dredging operations and beach re-nourishment in the Fort Pierce Inlet Inner Harbor on or about April 15, 2009 with completion date on or about May 1, 2009. The dredge R.N. WEEKS will be on-scene and monitoring VHF Channels 13 and 16. The complete text with chartlet and drawing of areas are listed as enclosure number 12 of this Local Notice to Mariners. For further information please contact Mr. Ely Mahan at (985) 232-1277.

St. Lucie Jetty Rehabilitation:
            7th District LNM 15: J.E. McAmis, Inc., has advised that the St Lucie Inlet North Jetty Rehabilitation project has commenced in the St Lucie Inlet, Martin County, Florida, north of the Federal Channel on the north side. The tugboat REGINA T, ramp barge: MOBRO (126x45x7) and crew boat with floating dock will be on scene. VHF Channels 13 and 16 will be monitored during this operation which will be ongoing twenty-four (24) per day, seven (7) days per week, with completion date on or about August 31, 2009. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area and transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangement have been made. Circumstances that warrant specific maritime precautions shall be handled on a case by case basis in coordination with the local U.S. Coast Guard representatives. For further information please contact Ms. Patty Gillett at (561) 723-0588.

Dredging for Beaches--Jupiter Inlet (Not on ICW):
            Southwind Construction Corporation has advised that hydraulic dredging in the sand trap inside of Jupiter Inlet (see enclosure number 13), and a beach re-nourishment project along the beach in Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter, Florida, is schedule to commence on or about April 13, 2009 with completion date on or about April 26, 2009. The dredge WILKO with workboats (2): AMITY and MISS LEANNE will be on-scene. All Southwind vessels will monitor VHF Channels 13 and 16 with working Channel 79 at all times during this operation. Submerged and floating pipelines associated with dredging operation will be on-scene, all mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area and transit at the slowest safe speed to minimize wake, and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. Pipeline and vessels will be visibly lighted and marked according to Coast Guard regulations. Pipeline will be positioned along south shoreline to the mouth of the Inlet, and then traversing along the beach to the beach re-nourishment area. For further information please contact Mr. Darrell Stewart (Operations Director) at (812) 867-7220. (7th District LNM 15)

Helos, Divers and RHIBs Offshore Testing Ops Hazard, South Florida:
            The 7th District LNM 15 reports that Lockheed Martin will be conducting offshore testing with support vessels from Sea Tow of Palm Beach, between the Lake Worth and Boynton Inlets, one (1) to five (5) miles offshore on or about April 15, 2009, with completion date on or about May 15, 2009. First phase testing on or about April 15, 2009, will consist of helicopter operations conducting drop tests and these tests will be considered a hazard to navigation. Divers and RHIB boats will be conducting safety, savage and recovery operations. During the second half of April and the beginning of May, testing will include anchored float balls with strobe lights, which will be monitored 24/7 by Lockheed Martin. The M/V Richard Becker and Sea Tow of Palm Beach will be the support vessels on scene for this event. During the evening hours the float balls will present a hazard to navigation due to reduced visibility and any heavy sea states. For further information please contact Mr. Donny Jones at (561) 494-2245 (comm) or (561) 262-3833 (cell).

Florida Bridge Update: From the USCG 7th District LNM 15:           
             Bridge of Lions, Mile 777.9: See above.
            NASA Railroad Bridge (Mile 876.6): Due to repairs, this bridge will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except federal holidays, March 16-June 30, 2009.         
         Max Brewer Bridge, Mile 878.9: AKA Titusville Bridge will be replaced with a high level bridge. Construction will begin May 11, 2009 and continue through April, 2011. Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville will broadcast Notices to Mariners regarding restrictions as needed.
         14th Street Causeway Bridge (Mile 1055.0): This bridge in Pompano Beach will be on single leaf operation from 10:00 p.m. April 20 till 10:00 p.m. on April 21, 2009. Between 12:01 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. on April 21 there will be intermittent channel closures for the safety of vessel traffic.
            Bakers Haulover Bridge, North Miami Beach (Not on the ICW): The fender system on this bridge will be replaced between April 12 and December 7, 2009.A barge and floating equipment will be in the vicinity and at times will be restricting the navigable channel.
            East Venetian Causeway (Not on the ICW): (across the Miami Beach Channel) This bridge will be under repairs for around 45 days, possibly starting as early as May 1, 2009 (dates to be announced). The channel will be closed and no vessels may pass during the repair period.  

Shoaling at Sunshine Skyway Channel:
            Severe shoaling has been reported encroaching westward into the center of the Sunshine Skyway Channel between Sunshine Skyway Daybeacon 2 and Sunshine Skyway Channel Daybeacon 3. Water depth reported at 4.5 feet at low tide. All mariners are urged to transit with extreme caution and use general knowledge of the area (7th District LNM 15).

Marina in Marathon Fire:
            Check http://www.wptv.com/news/local/story/Florida-Keys-fire-destroy-marina/ROakcg12zEeCgah4MS1CGg.cspx .

This information is not to be used for navigation. Consult the latest charts and Local Notices to Mariners and use prudent seamanship. Conditions may change.  Any person or entity that uses this information in any way, as a condition of that use, agrees to waive and does waive and also hold authors harmless from any and all claims which may arise from or be related to this use.





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