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Archive For: BRIDGES – Okeechobee

  • St. Lucie/Evans Crary Bridge

    St. Lucie River to Fort Myers

    St. Lucie/Evans Crary Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway and St. Lucie River at Statute Mile 3.5, northwest of flashing daybeacon #19
    27 11.936 North/080 12.472 West
     Fixed
    65 feet of vertical clearance

  • New Roosevelt Bridge

    New Roosevelt Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway and St. Lucie River at Statute Mile 7, southwest of flashing daybeacon #23
    27 12.321 North/080 15.522 West
     Fixed
    65 feet

  • Britt Point Railway Bridge

    Britt Point Railway Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway and St. Lucie River at Statute Mile 7, southwest of flashing daybeacon #23
    27 12.218 North/080 15.606 West
     Bascule
    7 feet closed vertical clearance

    Usually open but closes automatically as much as 30 minutes ahead of time when a train is due (a loud horn and flashing red lights warn of an imminent closing, and eastbound cruisers should also know that the highway bridges will not open when the railway span is closed)

  • Old Roosevelt Twin Bridges

    Old Roosevelt Bridge—cross the Okeechobee Waterway and St. Lucie River at Statute Mile 7.5, southwest of flashing daybeacon #23
    27 12.184 North/080 15.640 West
     Bascule
    14 feet closed vertical clearance
    Opens on Demand IF Adjacent Railway Bridge is Open
    VHF Hailing Channel 9

  • Palm City Bridge

    Palm City Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway and South Fork of St. Lucie River at Statute Mile 9.5 south of unlighted daybeacon #30
    27 10.451 North/080 15.652 West
     Fixed
    54 feet of vertical clearance

  • I-95 Twin Bridges

    I-95 Twin Bridges—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 14, southwest of unlighted daybeacon #43
    27 07.199 North/080 16.212 West
     Fixed
    58 feet

  • St. Lucie Lock

    St. Lucie Lock – located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 15, hard by unlighted daybeacon #50 (eastern side of lock)
    27 06.722 North/080 17.089 West
     VHF Hailing Channel 13
    Usually operates on demand unless other vessels are locking through, but during times of especially low water in Lake Okeechobee, locking hours may be limited. Check the “Okeechobee” page here on the Cruisers’ Net for further information about any restrictions

  • SSR 76A Bridge

    SSR 76A Bridge—crosses Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 16, some 1.9 nautical miles southwest of St. Lucie Lock’s western entrance
    27 05.279 North/080 18.117 West
     Fixed
    56 feet

  • Indiantown/Highway 710 Bridge

    Indiantown/Highway 710 Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 28, some .4 nautical miles west of charted “Micro-Tower” on Waterway’s southern banks
    27 00.734 North/080 27.294 West
     Fixed
    55 feet

  • Indiantown Railway Bridge

    Indiantown Railway Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 28, .4 nautical miles west of charted “Micro-Tower” on Waterway’s southern banks
    27 00.708 North/080 27.357 West
     Swing bridge
    7 feet closed vertical clearance
    Restricted opening

    Usually open 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., unless a train is due—sometimes long waits when a train is scheduled but these are rare—often closed during the evening and nighttime hours

  • Port Mayaca Railway Lift Bridge

    Port Mayaca Railway Lift Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 38, near the tiny (charted) village of Port Mayaca
    26 59.242 North/080 36.256 West
     Lift bridge
    7 feet closed vertical clearance, 49 feet of vertical clearance when fully open
    VHF Hailing Channel 9
    Usually open unless a train is due (flashing green light means it’s OK to proceed; flashing red light warns of an imminent closing)

  • Port Mayaca/Highway 98 Bridge

    Port Mayaca/Highway 98 Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 39, a short distance east of the Port Mayaca Lock
    26 59.117 North/080 37.022 West
     Fixed
    55 feet

  • Port Mayaca Lock

    Port Mayaca Lock – located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 39, immediately east of the Waterway’s entrance into Lake Okeechobee
    26 59.070 North/080 37.211 West
     VHF Hailing Channel 13
    Usually operates on demand unless other vessels are locking through

  • Torry Island Bridge

    Torry Island Bridge—crosses the Okeechobee Waterway’s Rim Route at Statute Mile 61, hard by Torry Island
    26 42.327 North/080 42.767 West
     Swing bridge
    11 feet closed vertical clearance
    Restricted opening
    VHF Hailing Channel 9
    Opens on demand 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; closed during the nighttime hours—be warned that it is hand operated and opening can take 15 minutes

  • Moore Haven Lock

    Moore Haven Lock – located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 78, hard by the Moore Haven waterfront
    26 50.367 North/081 05.230 West
     VHF Hailing Channel 13
    Usually operates on demand unless other vessels are locking through

  • Moore Haven Railway Bridge

    Moore Haven Railway Bridge—crosses Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 78, south of the Moore Haven lock
    26 50.102 North/081 05.308 West
     Swing bridge
    5 feet closed vertical clearance

    Usually open, but should you find it closed, be warned that it is hand operated and opening can be a slow process—be sure to use the easterly pass through

  • Moore Haven/Highway 27 Bridge

    Moore Haven/Highway 27 Bridge—crosses Okeechobee Waterway at Statute Mile 78, south of the Moore Haven lock
    26 49.988 North/081 05.318 West
    Fixed
    55 feet of vertical clearance

  • Ortona Lock

    Ortona Lock – located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 94, just east of unlighted daybeacon #1 and flashing daybeacon #2
    26 47.353 North/081 18.280 West
     VHF Hailing Channel 13
    Usually operates on demand unless other vessels are locking through

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