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Report from Moore Haven City Dock, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 78

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-10-2014

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Moore Haven City Dock, the first stop west of Lake Okeechobee, is located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 78, on the Moore Haven waterfront. This report comes to us from our good friends, Peg and Jim Healy.

The muni docks at Moore Haven are in good shape, have power and water, and are $1.00/ft. There is a good enough Mexican restaurant about 1/2 mile from the docks, but generally, Moore Haven has limited options. It’s a very convenient stop which we use and recommend.
Peg and Jim Healy

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Advice on Depths at Clewiston, FL, Okeechoee Waterway – Western Lake Okeechobee

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-10-2014

Clewiston, FL – Click for Chartview

Roland Martin’s Marina is found on a small canal in Clewiston, Florida and has long been a good source for checking depths in Lake Okeechobee. See http://www.rolandmartinmarina.com/water_levels.php.
The comments below come to us from our friends, Peg and Jim Healy.

FOR CLEWISTON, the key question is draft. The basin at Clewiston (Roland Martin Marina) is very shallow. Lake “O” Water depths are unusually good right now compared to prior spring seasons, but the basin at Clewiston is shallower than the rest of the route. Softish muck, but shallower. There is no tide on the Lake, of course, inside the lock system, but there can be wind-driven water level changes that look like small rides.
Peg and Jim Healy

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Good Advice on Okeechobee Lake Route Approach to Clewiston, FL – Statute Miles 60-65

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-10-2014

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Approach Channel – Click for Chartview

The portion of the Okeechobee Waterway “Lake Route,” described below by the Healys is found between Statute Miles 60 to 65 and is charted as Approach Channel.

The one additional thing to highlight about the Lake crossing that I have not seen mentioned is that the area charted from Rocky Reef to Clewiston is a narrow channel exposed to whatever prevailing crosswinds are to be found on the lake. It is a man-made, dredged channel. The natural bottom is sandstone; hard, not soft, and so, the channel edges are also hard. The markers at the Lake end of the channel are further apart than the markers at the shore end. They can be hard to see depending on daylighting conditions. BE SURE YOU STAY IN THAT CHANNEL. DO NOT ALLOW THE BOAT TO GET PUSHED OUT OF THAT CHANNEL BY CROSSWINDS. Backsight to make sure you really are *in* that channel. Sandstone is soft rock, but it’s plenty hard enough to hurt bronze propellors and SS rudders and shafts.
Peg and Jim Healy

Excellent advice! We were in Roland Martins marina in Clewiston a couple years ago, and there was a brand new 54 foot trawler being delivered to a boat show on the face dock. The delivery captain just barely missed a turn in that channel, and took out both props, shafts, and rudders. I don’t even want to think about that yard bill!
Jonathan Gorham

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Report on Shoaling in St. Lucie River, Okeechobee Waterway, Statute Mile 1, Stuart, FL

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 04-05-2014

St. Lucie Shoaling – Click for Chartview

Skipper Harmon is referring to a stretch of shoaling at the eastern end of the Okeechobee Waterway where we have had a Navigation Alert posted since May of 2013, (see http://cruisersnet.net/?p=113451). Again, our advice, and that of Skipper Harmon, is to ignore the magenta line and follow the markers.

The problem stretch near markers 17 and 17A claimed another boater. I recently completed the Okeechobee Waterway and found the charts make this area very confusing and, the small can marker 17A is hard to see. The charts depict a dredged channel and the magenta line indicates you can pass west of the green marker 17. If you follow this route (magenta line) you will find very shallow water. When I passed the area all east bound traffic was leaving the green markers 17A and 17 to the starboard, west bound to the port. If you are meeting traffic, slowing down will allow everyone to pass 17 safely.

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Lake Okeechobee Water Levels In GOOD Shape as of Spring, 2014

Posted by Claiborne Young | Posted on 04-04-2014

clewistonapproachAs always, we sincerely thank Captains Jim and Peg Healy for this very timely report! Whenever this veteran cruising duo share information everyone at the Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net sits up and takes notice. You an rely on data coming from Jim and Peg.
So, with that being said, looks like there’s PLENTY of water in the Okeechobee Waterway route this year, even the channel running out from Clewiston the the great lake (or the other way around), which is the shallowest part of this entire passage!
GOOD news for the spring, 2014 transient migration!

Lake “O” water levels are as good as normal fall-season levels. We crossed on Tuesday, and had no less than 7-1/2 ft. Clewiston channel is not a problem this year. Locks are operating on shortened schedule, which they blame on “sequestration:” mostly 07h00 – 19h00, but right now, “on demand.”
Peg and Jim Healy aboard Sanctuary, currently at Charlotte Harbor, Punta Gorda, FL

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UPDATE: Fort Denaud Swing Bridge Returns to Normal Schedule, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 108

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-17-2014

Fort Denaud Swing Bridge - Click for Chartview

Fort Denaud Swing Bridge – Click for Chartview

The Fort Denaud swing bridge crosses the Okeechobee Waterway at Statue Mile 108. at the charted position of Denaud.

March 17, 2014: The following from Skipper Julie has been confirmed and is correct:

Just talked with a cruiser who passes through the bridge March 15. They said the repairs are complete and bridge is opening on request.
Julie

The info below is now outdated, but we are leaving it here a little longer so cruisers can know (see above), this issue has been set right.

FLORIDA – OKEECHOBEE WATERWAY – ST LUCIE INLET TO FORT MYERS – CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER – FORT DENAUD SWING BRIDGE: Bridge Discrepancy.
The Fort Denaud Swing Bridge, Ft Denaud, Hendry County, Florida has an equipment failure and is operating manually. Starting 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 13, 2014 through May 15, 2014, the bridge will open once an hour on the top of the hour from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. From 8:01 p.m. to 7:59 a.m. the bridge will open if at least three hours advance notice if given to 863-673-2974. Chart: 11428 LNM: 09/14

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You Never Know What You’re Going to See While Cruising the Okeechobee Waterway

Posted by Claiborne Young | Posted on 03-10-2014

How about this totally unexpected sight while cruising the Okeechobee Waterway in October of 2012 near Alva, Florida!!!!
We are once again greatly indebted to Skippers Susan Landry and Chuck Baier, owners of Beach House Publications, publishers of “The Great Book of Anchorages,” (http://www.tgboa.com) for providing this unique image! THANKS CHUCK AND SUSAN!

Must’ve been on a Wednesday.
Paul

Is that a wind generator on that “trawler camel”?????
Mike Anderson

It’s so nice that there is a swimming pool for the camel.
One never knows what may be found in sunny Florida.
Robert Wilson

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Praise for LaBelle, FL and LaBelle City Dock, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 103

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 03-08-2014

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The recently improved and exapanded LaBelle City dock overlooks the south side of the Okeechobee Waterway, just west of the LaBelle bridge. Skipper Burnham gives high, well deserved marks to LaBelle for its new docks and hospitality. Our thanks to David for this thorough report!

IDLER arrived yesterday at the free city dock at LaBelle and registered for an overnight stay. Then our crew walked the seven tenths of a mile to the Log Cabin on Hwy 80 for the meatiest half rack of Baby Back Ribs we’d ever eaten. Along with free soup and ice cream dessert we had to give our meal 4 and a half out of 5 stars. I’m giving the service all 5 stars even on a.busy Friday evening. Not to be missed for a great taste of Americana.
A year ago I didn’t stop at LaBelle because the free city dock was full with three boats stern-to. Today the NEW dock has stern-to berths for six vessels between fifteen foot fendered concrete pilings. One large sixty foot yacht is anchored and tied to the dock immediately to the east of the six berths with room for one more her size to the east of her. This is a rare treat for cruisers in Florida to be welcomed with generous hospitality and LaBelle is the NEW standard to be met by communities looking to pull in the boaters that would pass them by to get to LaBelle.
LaBelle could be the poster child for waterfront communities, but I’m only speaking for the cruising community.
It will be at the top of our must stop list now whenever we cruise the OWW.
The only drawback is a lack of fuel docks but small amounts of gas are available at the CITGO station on the north side of the OWW is you are willing to hike over the drawbridge and back. Of course gas and diesel are available dock side at the small marina to the east of LaBelle, IF they are open that day and you don’t run aground at the entrance.
Otherwise, the six 16 foot wide stern-to berths and the four adjacent open slips on the west side of the drawbridge with water and 30amp service OR the two smaller slips on the west side of the drawbridge with no water and electricity but nearer to the public park and bathrooms are just the beginning of a great visit. The registration log at the west side dock allows a 3 day in, 8 day out registration system that is a model for any waterfront community that can serve the transient cruisers.
I have included some photos of the dock in LaBelle Florida. The first is of the two slips on the east side of the drawbridge in the park with no electric or water but near the public restrooms with no shower taken from the drawbridge.
The others are of the ten west side berths that do have water and electric.
David Burnham

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New LPG/Propane Access Point, Bimini Basin Anchorage, Off the Okeechobee Waterway and Caloosahatchee River, Statute Mile 145

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 02-16-2014

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Bimini Basin – Click for Chartview

SSECN is grateful to Skipper Steinbrunner for the kind words as well as the location of another source of LPG/Propane. Bimini Basin anchorage is found in the charted lake-like body of water, lying just west of the “Cape Coral” designation on Chart 11427.

Quick note to say “Thanks” for the LPG/Propane availability feature on this website (we use it all the time), and to pass on an addition. From the Bimini Basin anchorage on Cape Coral near Ft Myers, Lee County Plumbing Supply at 532 SE 46th Terrace, Cape Coral, FL, 239-542-4618 does propane refills. It’s less than half a mile walk from the anchorage which has a dinghy dock available at the park.
Thanks again for all you do to make this cruising life easier, safer and a lot more fun.
Lori Steinbrunner

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Canvas Shops Recommended, Ft. Myers/Cape Coral Area, Okeechobee Waterway

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 02-15-2014

Cape Coral Waterfront - Click for Chartview

Cape Coral Waterfront – Click for Chartview

Fort Myers Waterfront - Click for Chartview

Fort Myers Waterfront – Click for Chartview

The recommendations below comes from our good friends on Cruisers Forum, http://www.cruisersforum.com/.

We live in Cape Coral and have had Tom Seiller (239-910-1679) replace our entire bridge bimini and eisenglass, including changing the frame. We’re happy with his work. He does a lot of work in our marina, Cape Coral Yacht
Basin, but I know he works all over SW Fl.
Steve Smith
M/V Island Time
Cape Coral, Fl

I have had good work done by Scotties canvas in N. Ft. Myers.
Rich Ward

We had our entire flybridge and sundeck redone at Cape Canvas. Are very please with the quality of workmanship – even put Velcro flaps over the zippers to protect from sun. Their number is 239-772-0300.
Janis Richter

We have used Sea King Kanvas in Ft. Myers twice. Once to replace the Isinglass in our front panel and this year to make a new side panel that we lost. The window was one with a “smile” zipper opening. They did excellent work. The zipper was installed with a welt to cover it on the outside (the old one did not have that) to prevent leaks. The new panel has a fixed window in it. They came out and made a template. They fit the new window and it is a perfect fit. They are not the cheapest around but they stand behind their work. I can recommend them.
Mitch & Carole Brodkin

We recently had some canvas replaced by a shop in Ft. Myers Beach called Landseair. We were very satisfied. It is on San Carlos Avenue. Sorry, I don’t know the number right off hand.
Don & Anita Gulseth
Limelight
Land, Sea & Air Upholstery & Canvas, 239-466-1944

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Navigational Notes on Okeechobee Waterway “Lake Route” and Clewiston, FL

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 01-26-2014

Clewiston, FL - Click for Chartview

These navigational observations and advice on the lake portion of the Okeechobee Waterway refer to the “Lake Route”, also known as “Route 1″, as opposed to the “Rim Route”, across Lake Okeechobee.
Captain “kulas44′s” comment about “Dont go through the lock at the end if going west, it gets tight in there.” refers to the flood gate lock at Clewiston. Indeed, if your vessel is large than 36 feet, turning around in the Clewiston canal is TIGHT!
These comments come from our friends at Trawlers Forum, http://www.trawlerforum.com/

We went straight across, not the rim route. Enough water, our draft was 4 feet. We did dig some dirt on the west end. Markers were far apart so pay attention, plot from one to the next, autopilot was good for that. Dont go through the lock at the end if going west, it gets tight in there. All together a very easy one day transit.
kulas44

Once in the lake, I never saw less than 10′. Across the lake to Clewiston, turn right into the rim canal, up to and through the Moore Haven lock.
Ted

Reports on LaBelle, FL and LaBelle City Dock, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 103

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 01-26-2014

LaBelle - Click for Chartview

The LaBelle City dock overlooks the south side of the Okeechobee Waterway, just west of the LaBelle bridge. These reports come to us from our friends at Trawler Forum, http://www.trawlerforum.com/

LaBelle City Dock:
Stop off at the free dock (med style mooring) in Labelle and pick up some of the excellent local orange blossom honey a short walk from the dock.
Boatpoker

La Belle is a good cruisers stop, walking distance to the Post Office , and the 1/4 block away library has free wi fi.
FF

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Reports on Roland Martin’s Marina, Clewiston, FL, Okeechobee Waterway

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 01-26-2014

Clewiston, FL - Click for Chartview

Roland Martin’s Marina is found on a small canal in Clewiston, Florida and has long been a good source for checking depths in Lake Okeechobee. See http://www.rolandmartinmarina.com/water_levels.php.
These reports come to us from our friends at Trawler Forum, http://www.trawlerforum.com/

You can stop at Clewiston at Roland and Mary Ann Martins Marina. Don’t let them put you right under the bar. It gets noisy. Going into Clewiston be certain to stay in the middle of the channel. It is cut out of solid rock. Same goes for parts of the rim canal to Moorehaven.
Don on Moonstruck

Greetings,
We stayed at Roland Martin’s one night and side of boat got damaged by skiff being towed by unknown commercial fishing vessel exiting the channel @ 05:30 hrs. doing, what I would guess, 20 knts. Channel is about 50′ at that point and our beam is 15′, Anecdotal and probably isolated incident.
R. T. Firefly

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Information on Moore Haven City Dock, Okeechobee Waterway, Statute Mile 78

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 01-26-2014

Moore Haven - Click for Chartview

Moore Haven City Dock, the first stop west of Lake Okeechobee, is located at Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 78, on the Moore Haven waterfront. This report comes to us from Trawler Forum, http://www.trawlerforum.com/

You can tie to the city dock there for $1/ft with water & elec. They have restroom facilities if needed. Not much there otherwise.
Don on “Moonstruck”

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Report from Roland Martin’s Marina, Clewiston, FL, Okeechobee Waterway

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 12-22-2013

Clewiston, FL - Click for Chartview

Roland Martin’s Marina is found on a small canal in Clewiston, Florida and has long been a good source for checking depths in Lake Okeechobee. See http://www.rolandmartinmarina.com/water_levels.php.

Merry Christmas Claiborne!
Just did the Lake O from Ft. Myers to St. Lucie lock with Pete and Linda on the MV Where’s Linda, a 48 Welcraft Californian.
Good news and bad news: (for the good news, see http://cruisersnet.net/?p=130493)
Bad news:
At Roland Martins, “Gloria”, Gloria Vanderbuilt’s limo that was the courtesy car for years, is no longer. She [the car] died. Unfortunately, they said they will not be offering a courtesy car again. Gloria was our main reason to stop, allowing us to shop, etc. Guess next time we will stop at Moore Haven for $1 a foot.
See ya next Year!
See you in Paradise!
Capt. Sterling

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Report from LaBelle, FL, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 103

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 12-22-2013

LaBelle - Click for Chartview

Captain Sterling’s reference to LaBelle City Docks is correct; the docks were closed in July for repairs and re-opened this fall. The LaBelle City dock overlooks the south side of the Okeechobee Waterway, just west of the LaBelle bridge.

Merry Christmas Claiborne!
Just did the Lake O from Ft. Meyers to ST. lucie lock with Pete and Linda on the MV Where’s Linda, a 48 Welcraft Californian.
Good news and bad news: (for the bad news, see http://cruisersnet.net/?p=130495)
The good:
Looks like the City of LaBelle has totally rebuilt their docks. Concrete, with pilings, and looked like 30 amp power posts. We didn’t stop to check it out. I will attach a pic.
See ya next Year!
See you in Paradise!
Capt. Sterling

LaBelle City Docks

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Bikini Basin Anchorage Recommended, Cape Coral, Okeechobee Waterway Statute Mile 142

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 12-18-2013

Harney Point - Click for Chartview

Well, thanks to Captain Jeff Moore, we may have just uncovered a real Western Florida “anchorage find” near the city of Fort Myers, and on the Caloosahatchee River’s shoreline. Bikini Basin is not named on most charts, but it is located south and west of Cape Coral fixed bridge and almost due west of Okeechobee marker #70.
Based on Captain Moore’s comments below, this is not the most navigationally simple anchorage on the Western Florida coastline, but it sounds like it may be one of the most secure! If anyone else has anchored on these waters, PLEASE let us hear from you. Use the “Click Here to Comment on This Posting/Marina/Anchorage/Bridge” link below, or send e-mail directly to CruisersNet@triad.twcbc.com.

A great anchorage in Cape Coral, Florida is in Bikini Basin, inside Harney Point and a few yards down river from marker 70 in the OWW. Unlike Bimini Basin there is no power line guarding the entrance to the anchorage. There is only room for a few boats (3 or 4 at most) but since it appears on no lists of anchorages there is rarely anyone there. I live on Bikini Basin and regularly take my Westsail 42, OSPREY, 5’8″ draft, in and out at mid-tide rising. The holding is sand and mud. Wind protection is 360 deg.
Enter the rim canal to the north between mkrs. 1 and 2 a few hundred yards down-river from OWW mkr 70. When the channel forks, take the right fork and hug the green side until you are at Harney point. From there on split the reds and greens until you are abeam the first channel to port and head to port, into the channel. Anchor in the middle. There is no place to dinghy to shore as the basin is surrounded by private property. I have anchored there hundreds of times, waiting for the tide to rise enough to get over the sand bar at the entrance to my slip at the end of the basin. BTW, if coming down-river from Ft. Myers, Don’t be seduced by the first channel to stbd., that parallels the Cape Coral Bridge on the down-river side. It’s 3 ft. deep at MLW.
Jeff Moore

After further thought, I would replace the mid-tide rising comment with “1.0 ft. above MLW with a 5’8″ draft, when wind is not a factor.” A strong wind with any north or west in it drains the basin significantly.
Jeff

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Recommendations for Summer/Winter Storage, Okeechobee Waterway

Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 12-16-2013

River Forest Yachting Center - Click for Chjartview

River Forest Yachting Center is on the St. Lucie Canal at statute Mile 17.5 of the Okeechobee Waterway, west of the St. Lucie Lock. Their website is www.riverforestyc.com. The comments below were copied from the AGLCA Forum.

In Florida waters we have found some very good storage facilities, some climate controlled and some not. On the east coast in Stuart, Fl one is River Forest Yachting Center….tel 772-287-4131. They have inside climate controlled, as well as all of the necessary services. We are very familiar with River Forest as they have one near MoorHaven also, have not “stored” there but have cruising friends who have and they recommend them.
We have stored inside during the summer months for a couple of months on the west coast of FL one time without climate control, other than large overhead fans. We placed 2 to 3 dehum bags, bought at any of the major hardware stores, on the interior, and the yard folks changed them each week. We had no mold or any other issues during the storage period.
Regards, Tom Jones. m/v Marbles.

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