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East Coast Alerts by Mel Neale May 12, 2010

By Tom Neale - Published May 13, 2010 - Viewed 949 times

New Gulf Oil Spill Website from BoatUS:
          From a BoatUS Press Release:*
NEW ORLEANS, La., May 10, 2010 – Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) has launched a new online website for recreational boaters affected by the Gulf oil spill which can help them stay informed, safeguard their boats, and assist with recovery efforts.
          The new website brings together a range of public and private resources and information for boaters, including how to protect your boat and the environment as well as boat cleanup tips. A unique live “observation map” allows boaters to email updates of local conditions, which are then posted for public viewing. The map also includes reports from TowBoatUS towing ports and BoatUS Cooperating Marinas along the Gulf Coast.
          “This is the one place where boaters can find out everything related with the oil spill,” said BoatUS Director of Damage Avoidance Bob Adriance.
          A NOAA Trajectory Map shows daily forecasted movement and locations of the oil spill, and volunteer opportunities are also posted as well as fishing restrictions and claims information for boat damage.
          Also included are links to the most current information from a diverse range of state and federal government resources including the official Deepwater Horizon Response website, as well as news updates, video footage, and other reports.

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

Long Island’s South Shore Estuary Now a No-Discharge Zone:
          The EPA has approved the application for the South Shore (Long Island, NY) Estuary waters to become a No-Discharge Zone (NDZ). While it is already a violation of the Federal Clean Water Act for boaters to discharge untreated sewage, now treated sewage from federally approved MSDs may also not be discharged. Check www.boatus.com/blogs/portal/blog_view.asp?BID=2907 for information on what a NDZ is really about (even though this article concerned the State of Maryland, the information is relevant to other NDZ applications. After many intelligent arguments were presented at public hearings, the Maryland State Legislature did not pass the NDZ law.)
          The following article sums up the attitude of the general public and the misinformation often presented by the press: http://www.longislandpress.com/2010/05/06/south-shore-no-discharge-zone-seeks-cleaner-bays/. The new NDZ area will be policed by various officials, and there will be fines.


North Carolina’s New NDZ Law:
          The North Carolina legislature recently passed a vague and poorly worded enactment which prohibits any discharge of effluent from onboard treatment devices, not only in areas designated as NDZs with adequate pumpout stations, but also in areas which have merely made application for such designation. In these areas there may be very few, if any, accessible pumpout stations. The law also requires marinas with “large” boats (with no definition of the word “large”) to maintain pumpout records and boats with “marine sanitation devices” (with no reference as to which type) to have pumpout records. There are, in fact, large areas in the state where there are no pumpout facilities. The enactment authorizes a plethora of law enforcement officials, including local sheriff deputies, to police the law. The new law takes effect July 1, 2010.

Special Notices

From Special Notices, USCG Districts 1, 5 and 7:

NOAA Electronic Navigational Charts
- Display of Isolated Shoal Soundings
          Mariners are advised that ECDIS may not display some isolated shoal depths when operating in “BASE or STANDARD Display” mode. Route planning and monitoring alarms for these shoal depths may not always be activated. To ensure safe navigation and to confirm that a planned route is clear of such dangers, mariners should visually inspect the planned route using the ECDIS configured to display “ALL DATA”. The Mariner should not solely rely on the automated voyage planning check function. NOAA has updated the following ENC’s to resolve this issue.
          District 1:
US4NY1A US5NJ11 US5NJ12 US5NJ13 US5NY1C US5NY1D US5NJ14 US5NY11 US5NY12 US5NY1E US5NY1F US5NY1H US5NY50 US4NY13 US5NY14 US5NY15 US5NY16 US5CN11 US5NY18 US5NY19 US4CN21 US4CN22 US5MA22 US4ME03 US5ME12 US5ME13 US5ME10 US5ME11 US5MA24 US5MA27 US4MA14 US5MA12 US5MA11
          District 5:
US4VA40 US5VA10 US5VA16 US4MD20 US5VA41 US5MD21 US5MD16 US5MD13 US5MD14 US5MD12 US5MD11 US4DE11 US5DE13 US5PA12 US5PA13 US4VA12 US5VA13 US5VA14 US5VA15 US5VA25 US5VA51 US5VA17 US5VA19 US5PA11
          District 7:
US4FL10 US5FL11 US5FL12 US4SC11 US5SC12 US5SC13
US5SC14 US5SC15 US5FL32 US5FL40 US5FL41 US5FL51 US5FL52 US5FL57 US5FL21 US4FL31 US5FL22 US4FL23

USCG First District
Coastal Waters from Eastport, Maine to Shrewsbury, New Jersey

Aids to Navigation Changes:
          The latest LNM (for week 18) contains a new round of changes proposed or already completed in the characteristics of Aids to Navigation in the First District. They are too numerous to mention here. The changes most common have to do with the changeover to LEDs (reducing the nominal range usually by 25%) and in the change to radio activated fog signals (there’s a lot of fog in this area). Another type of change in Aids to Navigation in this district is reducing the size (and thereby the visual and radar range) of small channel markers in coves and harbors.

Lake Champlain Danger Buoy:
          The Coast Guard has established a lighted danger buoy in position 44-01.87N 073-25.46W to mark a concrete pier that is submerged part of the time within a safety zone of 300' to either side of the Lake Champlain Bridge construction zone. Mariners who are authorized by the Captain of the Port, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Northern New England to enter into this safety zone are advised to exercise caution when transiting the area. (First District LNM 18)

Moorings in Merrimack River, Mass:
          On April 30, 2010 four moorings will be deployed for approximately four weeks. Each mooring will consist of a bottom tripod with an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler. The tripod will be connected with a steel cable to an anchor and chain, from which a line will lead to the surface with a high flyer and a small float. A few small temperature and conductivity sensors will be attached to the line leading to the surface. The locations listed below are approximate.
• 0510A
o Latitude 42°50'30.47"N
o Longitude 70°48'15.39"W
o Depth 10 m (MLLW)
• 0510B
o Latitude 42°48'11.30"N
o Longitude 70°44'23.02"W
o Depth 30 m (MLLW)
• 0510C
o Latitude 42°48'56.21"N
o Longitude 70°46'60.00"W
o Depth 11 m (MLLW)
• 0510D
o Latitude 42°43'42.09"N
o Longitude 70°46'4.01"W
o Depth 8 m (MLLW) (First District LNM 18)

Narragansett Bay Buoy Removal for Dead Ship Tow:
          The Coast Guard will temporarily disestablish East Passage Buoy 13 (LLNR 17935) and East Passage Lighted Buoy 17 (LLNR 17965) from June 14 to 18, 2010 in order to facilitate the dead ship tow transit of the ex-USS Forrestal out of Coddington Cove and Narragansett Bay. (First District LNM 18)

Moriches Bay Shoaling:
          Shoaling has been reported in Moriches Bay along the Long Island Intercoastal Waterway in the vicinity of buoy 18 to the west and buoys 28 and 29 to the east. All mariners are advised to proceed with caution when transiting the area as unexpected shoaling may be present. (First District LNM 18)

Research Buoys at Rockaway Beach, NY:
          On May 10, 2010, Stony Brook University will be installing 25 research buoys in vicinity of Rockaway Beach, NY. The coordinates for the cornerpoints are ne 40-34-26N/073-49-14W, se 40-33-33N/073-48-35W, nw 40-33-20N/073-52-24W, sw 40-32-24N/073-51-53W. These buoys are 8” x14”in size, made of plastic and will be unlit. The buoys will be in this area for 2 years. Poc for this project is Mr. Keith Dunton at 631-632-3137. (First District LNM 18)

Fire Island Inlet Shoaling:
          Extreme shoaling has been reported in Fire Island Inlet. Shoaling is reported to extending the entire width of the inlet. All mariners are advised to proceed with extreme caution when transiting the inlet as unexpected shoaling may be present. (First District LNM 18)

USCG Fifth District
Coastal Waters from Shrewsbury River, New Jersey to Little River, South Carolina

Bridge Repair, NJICW Mile 68.9:
          Mariners are advised to take caution when approaching the NJ Transit RR bridge at Beach Thorofare on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Mile 68.9, in Atlantic City, NJ. The drawbridge will be closed to navigation on Tuesday May 25, 2010 from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m for electrical conduit repairs (May 26, 2010 is the alternate date). The bridge will opened after emergency requests from the Coast Guard or State Police. The bridge will also open for mariners if four hours notice is given. (Fifth District LNM 19)

Delaware River Drilling:
          R/V HAYES will be conducting drilling operations in the Delaware River Main Ship Channel in the vicinity of the Tinicum, Eddystone, Chester and Marcus Hook Ranges from 11 May until 11 June, 2010. Vessels operating near the R/V HAYES are requested to transit at a NO WAKE speed. R/V HAYES will monitor VHF-FM channels 13 and 16. (Fifth District LNM 19)

Constellation Turn-Around:
          Mariners are advised that the annual turn-around of the historic sloop-of-war U.S.S. Constellation is scheduled to occur in Baltimore Harbor at Baltimore, Maryland on Thursday, May 27, 2010, between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. The event consists of towing the historic sloop-of-war from its Inner Harbor berth at Pier 1 to the Fort McHenry Angle in Baltimore Harbor, then turning the vessel around, and towing it back to its Inner Harbor berth. The Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP) Baltimore has established a temporary moving safety zone during the towing evolution. The moving safety zone includes all waters within 200 yards ahead of or 100 yards outboard or aft of the historic sloop of war U.S.S. Constellation while operating in the Patapsco River, Northwest Harbor and Inner Harbor. The zone will be enforced from 2 p.m. through 7 p.m. on May 27, 2010. Except for U.S.S. Constellation Turn-around Participants, no person or vessel may enter into or remain within this area. Persons or vessels requiring entry, must first request permission by the COTP Baltimore, at (410) 576-2693, or Coast Guard patrol vessels enforcing the zone on marine band radio channel 16 VHF-FM. If authorized by the Coast Guard Patrol Commander to enter or pass through the zone, persons or vessels must proceed at the minimum speed necessary to maintain a safe course while within the zone. The Coast Guard may be assisted in the patrol and enforcement of the zone by Federal, State and local agencies. If you have any questions please contact Coast Guard Sector Baltimore Waterways Management Division at (410) 576-2674, (410) 576-2693 or email Ronald.L.Houck@uscg.mil. (Fifth District LNM 19)

Safety Zone in DC for CG Change of Command Ceremony:
          Mariners are advised that a U. S. Coast Guard Change-of-Command ceremony will be held along Washington Channel at the Fort Lesley J. McNair waterfront in Washington, DC on Tuesday, May 25, 2010. The event will include Coast Guard vessels moored to buoys or anchored in Washington Channel. A temporary security zone will be enforced from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25, 2010. This security zone includes all waters of the Washington Channel, from shoreline to shoreline, bounded on the north along latitude 38º52’03” N and bounded on the south along latitude 38º51’50” N (NAD 1983). Entry into or remaining in this zone is prohibited unless authorized by the Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP) Baltimore. Vessels already at berth, mooring, or anchor at the time the security zone is implemented do not have to depart the security zone. All vessels underway within this security zone at the time it is implemented are to depart the zone. Persons desiring to transit the area of the security zone must first request authorization from the COTP Baltimore or his designated representative. To seek permission to transit the area, the COTP Baltimore and his designated representatives can be contacted at telephone number 410-576-2693 or on Marine Band Radio, VHF-FM channel 16 (156.8 MHz). The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) vessels enforcing this section can be contacted on Marine Band Radio, VHF-FM channel 16. Upon being hailed by a USCG vessel, or other Federal, State, or local agency vessel, by siren, radio, flashing lights, or other means, the operator of a vessel shall proceed as directed. If permission is granted, all persons and vessels must comply with the instructions of the COTP Baltimore or his designated representative and proceed at the minimum speed necessary to maintain a safe course while within the zone. For further information, contact U.S. Coast Guard Sector Baltimore at telephone number (410) 576-2693 or (410) 576-2525. (Fifth District LNM 19)

Jordan Bridge Demolition:
          W3 Marine, Inc. will be conducting the demolition of the Jordan Bridge on the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River from 30 April, 2010 until completion. The tug ENDEAVOR and crane barge MOBRO will be on site. Vessels may transit the construction site during operations, however, all vessels are requested to transit at a NO WAKE speed. If necessary the tug or barge may be contacted on VHF-FM channels 13 and 16. (Fifth District LNM 19) Note: The local TV stations report that the demolition project could take all summer.

Coleman Bridge Closed to Navigation:
          The George P. Coleman Bridge, at mile 7.0, located on the York River, in Yorktown, Virginia, will be closed to navigation from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 12, May 19, May 25, June 2 and June 9, 2010. The Virginia Department of Transportation will be making cable electrical repairs to the bridge. The vertical clearance of the bridge in the closed position is 60 feet above mean high water, vessels able to pass through the bridge in the closed position may do so but should extreme caution. This delay will be during daylight hours, there should be no delay at other times. (Fifth District LNM 19)

New Phone Number for I-64 Bridge:
          Mariners are advised that the contact number for openings of the Interstate 64, High Rise Bridge, over the South Branch of the Elizabeth River mile, 7.1 at Chesapeake has been changed. When requesting a bridge opening please call 757-424-9920. Cell phone numbers that were previously used will be disconnected as well. The new contact number will be published in the Code of Federal Regulations. (Fifth District LNM 19)

Bogue Inlet (NOT on the AICW) Shoaling:
          Shoaling to a depth of 1.0ft MLW has been reported in the vicinity of Bogue Inlet Buoy 1 and Bogue Inlet Bouy 3. Mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Fifth District LNM 19)

USCG Seventh District
Coastal Waters from Little River, South Carolina to Panama City, Florida

Charleston Area Dredging:
          The Dredge CHEROKEE will commence dredging operations in the Naval Weapons Station Channel in the Cooper River, north of Charleston from the TC Dock to Pier A. All mariners are requested to transit the area with caution. The dredge operator will standby on VHF CH 13 and 16. For further information, contact Southern Dredging Company at 843-830-1015. (Seventh District LNM 19)

Ossabaw Sound Shoaling (NOT on the AICW):
          The Coast Guard has received a report of shoaling in the channel of 6 feet or less depth approximately 100 yards south of Ossabaw Sound North Channel DBN 10 and DBN 12. All mariners are advised to exercise caution while transiting the area. (Seventh District LNM 19)

St. Johns River Dredging:
          The Dredge TEXAS will commence dredging operations of the St Johns River in vicinity of Jacksonville Harbor. Dredge operations are scheduled for May 20-28, 2010. All mariners are requested to transit the area with caution. The dredge operator will standby on VHF CH 13 and 16. For further information, contact Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company at 630-842-6089. (Seventh District LNM 19)

Canaveral Harbor Dredging:
          The Dredge ATLANTIC will commence dredging operations of the Canaveral Harbor Entrance Channel from Approach Channel LB 5 westward into the harbor. All mariners are requested to transit the area with caution. The dredge operator will standby on VHF CH 13 and 15. For further information, contact Norfolk Dredging Company at 757-547-9391. (Seventh District LNM 19)

Canaveral Lock Closure:
          Canaveral Lock will be closed for dewatering to install a new Manatee Protection System on both the east and west gates. The two closure periods are tentatively scheduled for August 3 - September 11, 2010 and September 22 - October 29, 2010. For further information, please contact US Army Corps of Engineers at (904)232-2103. (Seventh District LNM 19).

Cape Kennedy Hazard Area for Launch:
THE HAZARD WILL BE CONTAINED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
FROM 2828N 8035W TO 2905N 7957W TO 2912N 8005W TO 2837N 8043W TO BEGINNING.
FROM 3002N 7950W TO 3054N 7901W TO 3011N 7809W TO 2926N 7907W TO BEGINNING.
Hazard times for primary launch date are 14/1805Z thru 14/1936Z May 2010. T-0 IS 1805Z.
Hazard times for backup launch date are 15/1739Z thru 15/1913Z May 2010. T-0 IS 1739Z. (Seventh District LNM 19)

Okeechobee Waterway Update:
          On May 11, 2010 the lake level was reported at 14.92 feet.

Hazards to Navigation:
          Puerto Rico:
The Coast Guard received a report of an abandoned sailing vessel unmanned and adrift in approximate position 18-02.1N 068-27.10W. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Seventh District LNM 19)
          Florida Keys:
The Coast Guard has received a report of a 100-150 foot white mooring line adrift in approximate position 25-04.471N 080 21.730W. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution.
The Coast Guard received a report of a 15 foot tree trunk adrift in approximate position 25-14.6N 080-14.8W in vicinity of Hawk Channel. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution.
The Coast Guard received a report of a 25-30 ft section of a vessel hull adrift in approximate position 24-57.046N 081-14.343W, located south of Shell Key Bank. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Seventh District LNM 19)
          Florida West Coast:
The Coast Guard received a report of a partially submerged 16 ft white and green center console vessel with 2 ft of the vessel's bow exposed above the waterline. The vessel was reported in approximate position 26-31.15N 082-00.7W. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Seventh District LNM 19)
The Coast Guard received a report of a 23 ft white sailing vessel partially submerged in position 27-32.17N 082-44.16W located approximatley 200 yds NE of Anna Marie Island. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Seventh District LNM 19)
The Coast Guard received a report of a partially sunk 25 ft white sailing vessel unlit in position 27-38.9N 082-45.0W located approximately 1 NM SW of Bunces Pass. All mariners are advised to transit the area with caution. (Seventh District LNM 19)
          Hernando Beach Channel:
The Coast Guard received a report of a submerged unmarked obstruction 3-5ft under the waterline. An OBSTRUCTION LIGHTED BUOY has been set between The Narrows DBN 7 and The Narrows DBN 9 in position 27-50-11.400N, 082-50-04.800W with Q W characteristics. All mariners are advised to exercise caution while transiting the area. (Seventh District LNM 19)

Florida Bridge Update: From the USCG 7th District LNM 19
           Atlantic Boulevard Bridge (AICW Mile 744.7): Due to fender system repair of the Atlantic Boulevard (SR 10) Bridge, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mile 744.7, Duval County, Florida, the waterway will be restricted to 70 feet from April 12 to July 2010.
            J. Turner Butler Bridge (AICW Mile 749.5): Fender system is being replaced between January 18, 2010 and June 30, 2010.
            Bridge of Lions (AICW Mile 777.9): The removal of the temporary Bridge of Lions, Intracoastal Waterway mile 777.9, St. Augustine, Florida continues. The contractor has advised the Coast Guard that they are no longer in the channel; but will be working on removing the temporary structure for the next four months.
            Crescent Beach Bridge (AICW Mile 788.6): Coastal Marine Construction, Incorporated is scheduled to repair and paint the Crescent Beach Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mile 788.6, Crescent Beach, St. Johns County, Florida. From February 10 through December 30, 2010, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, this bridge will open a single-leaf on signal and will provide a double-leaf opening with a three hour notice to the bridge tender. During the painting operations, the vertical clearance of the down leaf will be reduced by five feet.
           Max Brewer Bridge (AICW Mile 878.9): AKA Titusville Bridge, is being replaced with a high level bridge. Construction began May 11, 2009 and will continue through April, 2011.
          Closures: May 1-May 31, 2010: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.--East Channel of draw closed.
          Marine interests should contact Lane Construction at 321 607 5700 for additional information on construction schedules. USCG Jacksonville Waterways Management Division contact is BM1 Peter Nelson, 904 564 7666.

            SR 401 Bridge—Canaveral Barge Canal: Coastal Marine Construction, Incorporated is scheduled to repair and paint the SR 401 Bridge across the Canaveral Barge Canal mile 5.5, Cape Canaveral, Florida. The work will start on March 5 and continue through September 30, 2010 and will be conducted from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., seven days a week.
           Parker Boulevard Bridge (AICW Mile 1013): Due to bridge repairs, the Parker (US 1) Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mile 1013.7, Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida is on scheduled half-hour single-leaf operations. A double-leaf opening is available with a four-hour notice to the bridge tender. This work is expected to be completed by October 31, 2010. Mariners should be aware that one of the four leafs may be in the open position. A request to open the other down leaf is still required.
           Atlantic Boulevard Bridge (AICW Mile 1056): Due to bridge repairs, the Atlantic Boulevard Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mile 1056.0, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida is on single-leaf operations. The vertical clearance on the down span will be reduced by two feet while the work platform is in place. A double-leaf opening is available with a two-hour notice to the bridge tender. This work is expected to be completed by May 30, 2010. Vessels not requiring an opening may pass at any time.
           East Sunrise Boulevard Bridge (AICW Mile 1062.6): Due to bridge painting, the East Sunrise Boulevard Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mile 1062.6, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida will be on single-leaf operations on the hour and half-hour from 6:00 a.m. to 12 midnight, Monday through Friday starting June 1, 2010. A double-leaf opening will be available with a three hour notice to the bridge tender. The scaffolding will reduce the vertical clearance of the down span by 5 feet. This bridge will be on single-leaf operations only from 12 midnight through 6:00 a.m., Tuesday through Friday. At all other times, this bridge will open both leaves on the hour and half-hour. This work is expected to continue through August 30, 2010.
           Miami River—5th Street Bridge (Not on the AICW): Kiewit Construction has advised the Coast Guard that construction continues on the 5th Street Bridge across Miami River, Miami, Florida. Additional updates will be provided in the near future.
           Labelle Bridge, OWW: Due to bridge repairs the Labelle Bridge (Caloosahatchee River Bridge/SR 29), Okeechobee Waterway, Caloosahatchee River mile 103.0, Labelle, Hendry County, Florida, the bridge regulation have been temporarily changed:
1. The bridge shall open a single-leaf on signal from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday except Federal holidays. A double-leaf will be available with a three-hour notice to the bridge tender.
2. The vertical clearance of the down span will be reduced by five feet.
3. The bridge will be closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.
4. From 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. the draws shall open if at least three hours notice is given.
5. At all other times this bridge will open on signal.
6. At times there may be a work barge under the down span.
This work is expected to start on June 1 and will continue through December 30, 2010.

           Alva Bridge, OWW: Due to bridge repairs the Alva Bridge (SR 78), Okeechobee Waterway, Caloosahatchee River mile 116.0, Alva, Lee County, Florida, the bridge regulation has been temporarily changed:
1. The bridge shall open a single-leaf on signal from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday except Federal holidays. A double-leaf will be available with a three-hour notice to the bridge tender.
2. The vertical clearance of the down span will be reduced by five feet.
3. From 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. the draws shall open if at least three hours notice is given.
4. At all other times this bridge will open on signal.
5. At times there may be a work barge under the down span.
This work is expected to start on June 7 and will continue through October 29, 2010.

 

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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