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  • LNM: Changes to Nav Aids, Pass-a-Grille, north of Tampa Bay, 5/24/2017


    The shoaling prompting these changes was reported by Local Notice in April

    FLORIDA – TAMPA BAY TO PORT RICHEY – PASS-A-GRILLE: Temporary Aton Change Due to Shoaling.
    Due to encroaching shoaling in a portion of Pass-A-Grille (3) Aids to Navigation have been temporarily converted and discontinued until further notice:
    Pass-A-Grille Channel Light 6 (LLNR 25475) temporarily discontinued and converted to Pass-A-Grille Channel Light 7
    Pass-A-Grille Channel Light 7 (LLNR 25480) temporarily converted to a DANGER SHOAL DAYBEACON Chart 11411 LNM 21/17

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  • LNM: Shoaling Reported in Pass-a-Grille north of Tampa Bay


    This shoaling is in the North Channel of Pass-a-Grille Channel north of the entrance to Tampa Bay.

    FLORIDA – TAMPA BAY TO PORT RICHEY – PASS-A-GRILLE: Shoaling.
    The U.S. Coast Guard has received reports of shoaling in the vicinity of Pass-A-Grille between Pass-A-Grille Daybeacon 7 (LLNR 25480) and Daybeacon 7B (LLNR 25490). Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11411 LNM: 14/17

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  • ALERT: Search Suspended for 2 Swimmers Missing, Pass-a-Grille, St. Pete Beach, North of Tampa Bay


    News Release
    March 16, 2017
    U.S. Coast Guard 7th District PA Detachment Tampa Bay
    Contact: Coast Guard PA Detachment Tampa Bay
    24/hour duty: (305) 965-4672

    Coast Guard suspends search for 2 missing near Pass-a-Grille READ MORE!

    ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. — The Coast Guard suspended their search Thursday at 7:41 p.m. for two men missing near the Pass-a-Grille channel entrance since Tuesday.

    Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg watch standers received a report Tuesday at 6:10 p.m. from the captain of the Jaguar, a 71-foot yacht, stating Andrew Dillman, 27, from New York, and Jie Luo, 21, from China, were missing from the boat.

    Fifteen college students chartered the yacht for the day. When the yacht anchored at Shell Key, five students, including Luo, reportedly jumped from the boat to swim. The current pulled the students from the boat, and all but Luo were able to make it back to the boat. Dillman, a crew member aboard the yacht, jumped in to rescue Luo and was also separated from the boat.

    “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Jie Luo and Andrew Dillman,” said Capt. Holly Najarian, Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg commander. “Suspending a search is the most difficult decision I have to make in my position, and despite our best efforts, we were unable to reunite Andrew and Jie with their families.”

    Crews from Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Coast Guard Station St. Petersburg, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission conducted 39 searches totaling 80 aircraft and surface hours and covering more than 1,577 square miles – an area larger than the state of Rhode Island.

    The incident is currently under investigation.
    March 15, 2017
    U.S. Coast Guard 7th District PA Detachment Tampa Bay
    Contact: Coast Guard PA Detachment Tampa Bay
    Office: (727) 535-1437 ext. 2143
    After Hours: (305) 965-4672

    Coast Guard continues search for 2 missing near Pass-a-Grille

    ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. — The Coast Guard and partner agencies continue their search for two males missing near the Pass-a-Grille channel entrance.

    Missing are Andrew Dillman, 27 from New York, and Jie Lou, 21 from China.

    Coast Guard crews and partner agencies have conducted 22 searches over 419 square
    miles.

    “Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Andrew and Jie during this difficult time,” said Lt. Jason Holstead, the command duty officer at Sector St. Petersburg. “We continue work closely with our partners to search for Andrew and Jie; all of us have them and their family in our thoughts and prayers.”

    At 6:10 p.m. Tuesday Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg watch standers received a report from the captain of the 71-foot yacht, Jaguar, stating two males were missing from the boat.

    Fifteen college students chartered the yacht for the day. When the yacht anchored at Shell Key, five students, including Lou, jumped from the boat to swim. The current pulled the students away from the boat, and all but Lou were able to make it back to the boat. Dillman, a crew member aboard the yacht, jumped in to rescue Lou, and was also swept away.

    Crews from Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Station St. Petersburg, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are actively searching for the missing men.

  • Pass-A-Grille Yacht Club

    78. Pass-A-Grille Yacht Club
    (727) 360-1646
    http://www.pagyc.com
    Lat/Lon: near 27 41.936 North/082 44.122 West
    Location: guards the southern foot of Mud Key Channel which leaves the ICW to the west, immediately north of the Pinellas Bayway “C” Bridge
    Guest dockage available for members of other yacht clubs with appropriate reciprocal privileges
    Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp
    Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
    Showers: Available
    Restaurant: dining room open to members and accredited guests only
    Depths: Minimum 5.5 foot approach depths via Mud Key Channel

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  • [EXPIRED] 1/5/email

    Since our last SSECN Alert, there have a been a number of Hazards to Navigation listed in the 5th and 7th districts’ Local Notices to Mariners that you may be missed. As always, proceed with caution through these areas of hazard.
    Pass-A-Grille Channel Daybeacon Destroyed, Boca Ciega Bay, 12/31/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146299
    Destroyed Private Daybeacon, off Capri Pass, north of Marco Island, West Florida, 12/31/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146289
    Channel Daybeacon Destroyed, Boca Chica Channel, Key West, FL, 12/31/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146283
    Destroyed Daybeacon, Little Sarasota Bay, GICW Statute Mile 66, 12/26/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146229
    Downed Manatee Zone Sign, Cape Coral, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 142, 12/26/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146226
    Missing Daybeacon, Indian River, AICW Statute Mile 937, Sebastian, FL, 12/26/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146221
    Critical ICW Light Missing at AICW Statute Mile 565, Calibogue Sound, 12/26/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146217
    Destroyed Range Light, Tampa Bay Entrance Channel, GICW Statute Mile 96, 12/26/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146213
    Extinguished Channel Light, Lake Worth Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 1018, 12/26/2014

    Sunken Vessel in Gulfport Mooring Field, Boca Ciega Bay, near GICW Statute Mile 115, 12/19/2014


    Sunken Vessel in Gulfport Mooring Field, Boca Ciega Bay, near GICW Statute Mile 115, 12/19/2014

    Sunken Vessel in Gulfport Mooring Field, Boca Ciega Bay, near GICW Statute Mile 115, 12/19/2014


    Missing Marker between Palm Coast and Flagler Beach, AICW Statute Mile 806, 12/10/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146063
    Destroyed Daybeacon at Wiggins Pass, West Florida Coast, 12/10/2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146054
    Destroyed Marker in Fort Pierce City Marina Channel, AICW Statute Mile 966.5, 12/10/ 2014
    http://cruisersnet.net/?p=146050

  • Western Florida Marinas Alphabetical Index

    This alphabetically sorted index of Western Florida Marinas is provided for those who want to go directly to a particular facility’s listing of specifications and services in our Western Florida Marina Directory. Please note that in the “All WF Marinas” category and the various geographic sub-categories of WF Marinas, you will discover facilities listed in geographic order. If you are just browsing through WF Marinas, accessing these categories by way of the red, vertically stacked “Cruising News and Reference Directories” menus found near the top, right of all Cruisers’ Net pages (except “Chart View” pages), will probably serve you better.
    As noted above, this alphabetical listing works well if and only if you seek info on a facility, whose name is already known to you!
    Click on any marina name below to be taken directly to that facility’s full listing. Happy clicking!

    Anclote Harbors Marina

    Anclote Isles Marina

    Anclote Village Marina

    B’s Marina and Campground

    Bird Key Yacht Club

    Blind Pass Marina

    Boca Ciega Yacht Club

    Boca Grande Marina

    Bradenton Beach Marina

    Bradenton Yacht Club

    Burnt Store Marina and Country Club

    Cabbage Key Inn and Marina

    Calusa Island Marina

    Cape Coral Yacht Basin

    Cape Harbour Marina

    Cape Haze Marina Bay

    Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

    Clearwater Municipal Marina

    Clearwater Yacht Club

    Crows Nest Marina

    Davis Island Yacht Club

    Dunedin Municipal Marina

    Esplanade Marina

    Factory Bay Marina

    Field Club

    Fishermen’s Village Yacht Basin

    Fishermens Wharf Marina Park

    Fort Myers Boat Club

    Fort Myers Yacht Basin

    Four Winds Marina

    Galati’s Yacht Basin

    Gasparilla Marina

    Gulf Harbour Yacht and Country Club

    Gulfport Municipal Marina

    Gulfstream Marina

    Harborage at Bayboro

    Holiday Inn Harbourside Marina

    Inter Bay Moorings

    Isles Yacht Club

    Laishley Park Muncipal Marina

    Landings at Tarpon Springs

    Landings Yacht Club

    Land’s End Marina

    Legacy Harbour Marina

    Little Harbor Marine

    Longboat Key Moorings

    Lynn’s Riverside Marina

    Madeira Beach Marina

    Magnuson Hotel Marina Cove

    Matanzas Inn Dock

    Marco Island Marina

    Marina at Factory Bay

    Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

    Marina Town Yacht Club

    Marjorie Park Marina

    MarineMax of Venice

    Marker One Marina

    Maximo Marina

    Miller’s Marina

    Moss Marine

    Naples Boat Club

    Naples City Dock

    Naples Sailing and Yacht Club

    Naples Yacht Club

    O’Neill’s Marina

    Palm Island Marina

    Paradise Yacht Club

    Pasadena Marina

    Pass-A-Grille Yacht Club

    Pete’s Pier/Kings Bay Marine

    Port Tarpon Marina

    Regatta Pointe Marina

    Renaissance Vinoy Resort Marina

    Riverhaven Marina (Homosassa River)

    River Haven Marina (Steinhatchee River)

    Riviera Marina

    Riviera Dunes Marina Resort

    Rod and Gun Club

    Rose Marco River Marina

    Royal Palm Marina

    Royal Palm Yacht Club

    Sara Bay Marina

    Sarasota Yacht Club

    Sanibel Island Marina

    Salty Sam’s Marina

    Sea Hag Marina

    Seafood Shack Marina

    Shell Point Marina

    Shields Marina

    Skeleton Key Marina

    Snook Bight Marina

    South Seas Island Resort Marina

    St. Charles Yacht Club

    St. Petersburg Municipal Marina

    St. Petersburg Yacht Club

    Stump Pass Marina

    Tampa Sailing Squadron

    Tampa Yacht and Country Club

    Tarpon Point Marina

    Tarpon Springs City Marina

    Tierra Verde Marina

    Tierra Verde Resort Marina

    Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club

    Tween Waters Marina

    Twin Dolphin Marina

    Twin Rivers Marina

    Uncle Henry’s Marina

    Venice Yacht Club

    Walker’s Coon Key Marina

    Yankeetown Marina

  • Good Times at Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club (Western Florida ICW, Statute Mile 119)

    Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club is a member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs, for my money a collection of the most successful and prestigious yacht clubs on the Eastern or Gulf seaboards. Having had the good fortune to visit with Treasure Island myself on multiple occasion, I join my voice with the author of the note below in voicing the first class status of this facility.

    If anyone is in the area of Treasure Island, FL, you just can’t beat “The Club at Treasure Island” just off from Treasure Island Causeway on the GIWW at Mile 119. Talk with Les, the Dock Master, and go to this website and he will take good care of you.
    http://theclubti.com/
    The price is right. (really, really, right.) There is a junior Olympic size swimming pool, a Tiki Bar by the pool, tennis courts, a big work out room with everything you can think of, and a good restaurant. You are within a mile of Publix and the gulf. On Gulf Blvd you can pick up the “Suncoast Beach Trolley” that will take you anywhere from Clearwater to St. Pete Beach to Pass-a-Grille. Any place else you want to go, Les or Bob will drive you or “Lady Etta”, the Harbor Host, will also help you out. They are wonderful people here and they make you feel right at home.

    Just to let you know, Treasure Island Tennis & Yacht Club is no longer a member of the FCYC.
    Lynne and Rich

    Treasure Island Yacht and Tennis Club hasn’t been a FCYC member for sometime. Their association with the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs, as a member club, ended when the Treasure Island Yacht Club was sold to the current owner.
    Kathy

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  • Tierra Verde Resort Marina

    77. Tierra Verde Resort Marina
    (727) 867-0400
    http://www.tvresortmarina.com
    Statute Mile: 113.5
    Lat/Lon: near 27 41.363 North/082 43.279, West
    Location: will be discovered on the northeasterly terminus of the Tierra Verde canal, whose entrance cuts the island southeast of flashing daybeacon #10 (on the Pass-A-Grille Inlet channel
    SPECIAL NOTE: As of 2/1/12, the entire Tierra Verde Resort Marina complex will be demolished, and then rebuilt over the next twelve months (approximately). While construction is in progress, this facility will offer transient dockage and freshwater, but no fuel, showers, laundromat, or pump out.
    Transient dockage: Available
    Transient dockage rate : $2.00 per foot per night
    Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp
    Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
    LPG (Propane) Availability: walk to Ace Hardware for LPG tank exchange right across the street
    Depths: 8 foot minimum depths

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