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  • Family Seeking House with Deep Water Slip

    Skippers Thomas and Kelly are looking to rent a house with a deep water slip. If you have suggestions, please respond to this posting. Thanks!

    We want to move our Boat + Family to the East Coast of FL– we are looking for a way to find Condos or Houses for rent with a 50′ Dock on a canal for a 6′ DRAFT Sailboat… Any Suggestions?
    Thanks…
    Thomas & Kelly

  • Good Visit to Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor, AICW Statute Mile 775.5

    A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor is located just off the Waterway’s western shoreline, south of unlighted daybeacon #7 and north of the Vilano Beach Bridge.

    Stayed three nights. Very protected marina. Staff was very helpful. One of two courtesy cars were always available for short trips into town or the nearby Publix. Clean restrooms and showers. BoatUS discount was a plus. Saw a sea turtle swimming around my boat one day and a manatee getting a drink of water.
    Captain Vic Wilreker

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor

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  • Still Another Recommendation for Burkey Marine Group, West Palm Beach, FL

    These are not the first words of praise we have received for Burkey Marine and will not be the last.

    Great day until our diesel engines ingested and something the boat overheated. A local dealer came out and couldn’t repair the boat for two days. Then we called a group called Big Diesel aka Burkey Marine on a Saturday after 7pm. These guys came out, fixed the blockage in our systems and we were on our way! My wife and I will always keep the number; you should too as they travel where ever the boat is! You may have to pay for airfare but Burkey Marine is our number one diesel service center for our boat. Sincerely Captain Tim Jensen
    FYI Burkey Marine Group 772-215-7663

  • Port Canaveral Locks on Restricted Schedule, off AICW Statute Mile 894

    Ocean Club at Port Canaveral lies on the “Canaveral Barge Canal” east of the single 600X90ft lock. From the Atlantic, the long canal crosses Cape Canaveral and Merritt Island, then intersects the Waterway at statute mile 894. Our thanks to Harbor Master Humphrey for this update.

    The locks at Port Canaveral Florida are closed indefinitely Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM -5:00 PM. Open on demand weekends from 6:00 AM – 9:30 PM and M-F open 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM-9:30PM only

    Clayton Humphrey
    Harbor Master
    Ocean Club – Port Canaveral

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For The Ocean Club at Port Canaveral

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  • Fort Pierce City Marina Update, June 26, 2015, AICW Statute Mile 966.5

    The entrance channel leading to Fort Pierce City Marina, a SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR!, runs to the west, just south of the Fort Pierce high-rise bridge, and well north of unlighted daybeacon #188.

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    Anne Maurer
    Fort Pierce City Marina
    772-464-1245
    FPCM@city-ftpierce.com

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Fort Pierce City Marina

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  • Destroyed Daybeacon, Indian River, AICW Statute Mile 959.5, 6/24/2015

    This destroyed daybeacon is on the west side of a long narrow channel in Indian River north of Fort Pierce Inlet.

    FLORIDA – AICW – PALM SHORES TO WEST PALM BEACH – INDIAN RIVER SOUTH SECTION: Hazard to Navigation
    Indian River (South Section) Daybeacon 170A (LLNR 44835) is destroyed. Wreckage has been marked with a Temporary Lighted Buoy WR170A with Fl Q R light and set 3 yards channelward of structure remains. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11472 LNM: 25/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Mile 960

  • Rowing Challenge, July 4th, St. Augustine, AICW Statute Mile 778

    Another great 4th of July event and the St. Augustine North Mooring Field would be the perfect vantage point to watch from your boat. We wish both teams the best of luck! If you are passing through, WATCH YOUR WAKE!

    SAMHF

     

     

    San Agustín Rowing Challenge
    When: Saturday July 4, 2015
    Time: 11:00AM to 1:00PM
    Where: For Best Viewing
    St Augustine Bay Front North of the Bridge of Lions to the Castillo de San Marcos
    On Saturday, July 4th at 11:00 AM, the inaugural San Agustín Rowing Challenge is presented by the St. Augustine Maritime Heritage Foundation on the downtown waterfront. It’s the Men’s “Sons of Neptune” versus the Women’s “San Agustín Sirens” rowing crews. They’ll each take a turn rowing the San Agustín Chalupa competing against the tides and the clock.  Watching a “Chalupa” a utility wooden workboat rowed along the waterfront was an activity familiar to the towns’ folks who lived here during St. Augustine’s 16th century Spanish Colonial period. On July 4th spectators are going to see it in live action. For information Phone 904-599-3800 info@staugmaritimeheritage.org http://staugmaritimeheritage.org

    Linda R Allen
    Media Director/Board of Directors
    SAINT AUGUSTINE MARITIME HERITAGE FOUNDATION, INC
    EMAIL staugtumbleweed@hotmail.com
    904-794-1531 904 501 8597

    SAMHF SONS OF NEPTUNE ROWING TEAM

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Anchorage Directory Listing For the Northern St. Augustine Mooring Field

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  • Operation Dry Water, Florida Wildlife Commission, June 26-28, 2015

    A noble effort, but because vessel motion on the waterways is not nearly as restrictive as vehicle motion on highways, impaired boat operation is nearly impossible to enforce until after an incident. But give FWC credit for trying!


    FWC law enforcement officers to help stop boating under the influence during Operation Dry Water
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    As the summer recreational boating season gets into full swing, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is ramping up its efforts as part of a national campaign to stop boating under the influence.

    The annual three-day campaign, Operation Dry Water, focuses on deterring boaters from boating under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    June 26-28, law enforcement agencies nationwide will be out looking for boaters operating under the influence and removing them from the water. The purpose of increased messaging about the dangers of boating under the influence and officers identifying impaired operators is to drastically reduce the number of accidents and deaths due to impaired boating.

    “We want everyone to have an opportunity to safely enjoy Florida’s waterways. It is our job as law enforcement to identify and remove impaired boaters from the water so that everyone else can continue to have an enjoyable boating season and not become a victim of boating under the influence. Protecting the public is a critical mission,” said Col. Curtis Brown, director of FWC’s Division of Law Enforcement. “Our agency is participating in Operation Dry Water, and joining thousands of law enforcement officers nationwide, to decrease the number of accidents, injuries and deaths that come as a result of boaters who choose to boat impaired.”

    In Florida it is illegal to operate a vessel with a blood alcohol content level of .08 or higher, just as it is for operating a vehicle. The FWC wants to remind boaters to stay safe this summer by staying sober on the water. Alcohol use is one of the leading contributing factors in recreational boater deaths. During the national weekend of heightened awareness and high-visibility enforcement, boaters can expect to see increased messaging about this dangerous and preventable crime.

  • Hollywood Beach Light Destroyed, AICW Statute Mile 1070, June 18, 2015

    The remains of this destroyed Light are on the west side of the Waterway south of the Dania/Beach Boulevard Bridge.

    FLORIDA – AICW -WEST PALM BEACH TO MIAMI – HOLLYWOOD BEACH: Hazard to Navigation.
    Hollywood Beach Light 36 (LLNR 47585) is destroyed. The remains of the steel pile are below the waterline and pose a hazard to navigation. Wreckage has been marked with a TRLB WR36, Fl Q R, 4M and set 4 yards channelward in position 26-02-41.673N/080-06-56.843W. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11467 LNM: 24/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Hollywood Beach

  • Destroyed Daybeacon, Melbourne, FL, AICW Statute Mile 921, June 18, 2015

    This destroyed daybeacon is south of the Melbourne Bridge on the east side of a long narrow channel of the Waterway.

    FLORIDA – AICW – PALM SHORES TO WEST PALM BEACH – INDIAN RIVER SOUTH SECTION: Hazard to Navigation
    Indian River (South Section) Daybeacon 13 (LLNR 43270) is destroyed and poses a hazard to navigation. A TRUB is marking the hazard. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area.
    Chart 11472 LNM: 24/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Melbourne, FL

  • Reeves’ Reports: Boat Tree Marina, St. Johns River, Sanford, FL

    Skipper Reeves continues his exploration of the St. Johns, visiting some of the off the beaten path locations. Boat Tree Marina lies just north of the St. Johns’ entry into Lake Monroe. This facility features a well sheltered harbor.

    We visited Boat Tree and stayed for a couple of months. Would have stayed longer but the docks are dangerous, in need of replacement. See for pictures web site attached. The people are wonderful. Kristy is awesome ! Taking care of us and all. The marina is about 2 miles from nearest food store and 4 miles to shopping center. Ships store has some supplies. The bicycle trails are not there or they stop just when you need them to stay out of traffic. The restaurant/bar was closed. The showers are clean and the laundry is clean. The pool is nice. There is a cafe with good food & prices for breakfast and lunch on site along with a Hair Salon, Sherry the owner is most gracious allowing us to use her wifi at the cafe otherwise we never saw the free wifi. The leash your pets rule is not enforced and a small dog was bitten by a boater’s big dogs running loose. For pics and more see http://ontheofficewautoteacher.blogspot.com/2015_06_01_archive.html

    Sunset @ Boat Tree Marina looking East from the Cafe. We enjoyed our stay at Boat Tree. Kristy made us feel welcome and helped us with any question we had. Kristy took care of us! We would have stayed except we had issues with the dock and safety.

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Anchorage Directory Listing For Boat Tree Marina

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  • Bridge of Lions, 2-Hour Evening Closure, July 4th, AICW Statute Mile 778

    The Bridge of Lions Bridge crosses the Waterway connecting the heart of downtown St. Augustine with St. Augustine Beach to the east.

    The Bridge of Lions Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, St Augustine, Florida will be closed to navigation from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 4, 2015 for an event. Vessels that may pass without an opening may do so at any time. Chart 11485 LNM: 23/15

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Bridge Directory Listing For Bridge of Lions

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  • Destroyed Daybeacon, Indian River, AICW Statute Mile 980, June 11, 2015

    This destroyed daybeacon is on the west side of a long, narrow stretch of Waterway just north of Jensen Beach Bridge.

    FLORIDA – AICW – PALM SHORES TO WEST PALM BEACH – INDIAN RIVER SOUTH SECTION: Hazard to Navigation
    Indian River (South Section) Daybeacon 216 (LLNR 45465) is destroyed and poses a hazard to navigation. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11472 LNM: 23/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Indian River.

  • Temporary Aids, Lake Monroe, St. Johns River, Sanford, FL

    These temporary markers are in a small bay just east of the Sanford waterfront leading to the Sanford Boat works and Marina.

    FLORIDA – ST JOHNS RIVER: Temporary Aids Established.
    The following aids have been temporarily established to facilitate local PATON [Private Aids to Navigation] construction.
    -Mothers Arm TRLB 2, Fl Q R in position 28-48-59.873N 081-14-33.773W
    -Mothers Arm TRUB 4 in position 28-49-00.574N 081-14-22.831W
    -Woodruff Creek Cutoff TRUB 5 in position 28-48-55.856N 081-14-07.355W

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Sanford Boat Works and Marina

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  • Restrictions on Anchoring Events in the Keys Considered

    Although the party style anchoring reported here is not the anchoring done by cruisers, the issue of restriction is very much a part of Florida’s focus on the control of anchoring throughout the state. See http://cruisersnet.net/?p=148212 for background on recent Florida legislation on anchoring.

    Restrictions on boating events mulled
    Sanctuary said races, parties taking toll

    BY KEVIN WADLOW
    kwadlow@keynoter.com
    June 10, 2015

    When too many boaters drop anchor for an on-the-water Florida Keys party, the marine environment may suffer.
    On Tuesday in Marathon, advisers to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary will discuss “challenges and issues” created by “marine events and concentrated uses such as party areas, raft-ups, and boat races.”
    Members of the Sanctuary Advisory Council requested a session on large boating events, sanctuary spokeswoman Rachel Pawlitz said.
    Sanctuary managers have not taken a position on any new regulation, Pawlitz said.
    “We understand these types of recreational events are popular, but the sanctuary has to consider effects on marine resources, and try to find the right balance,” she said.
    Last November, more than 100 boats in Key West for the annual powerboat races traveled the 14 miles to Boca Grande, an island within the Key West National Wildlife Refuge. Boats anchored on nearby flats and ran aground on the uninhabited island’s sandy beach.
    In January, Monroe County Commissioners blocked a recommendation to spend $10,000 in Tourist Development Council funding to promote a new boating raft-up in Key Largo during this year’s Columbus Day holiday in October.
    Boat races were among scheduled activities in Key Largo, although organizers with the Florida Powerboat Club said the races were being scaled back in favor of a “cruising rendezvous.”
    Nancy Finley, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manager of the Florida Keys Wildlife Refuge Complex, said Friday that organized and promoted events in wildlife refuge waters “do need a permit and a compatibility determination.”
    Finley will speak at Tuesday’s sanctuary council meeting at the Hyatt Place Marathon resort, along with representatives of the U.S. Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
    The Boca Grande situation “has been resolved, from my point of view,” Finley said. “They need a permit. At this point, no one has asked for one.”
    “Any event that is expected to draw large interest and focus on one section of the refuge, whether there is money involved or if it’s a non-profit, is going to need a compatibility determination.”
    Boca Grande, she noted, has seen significant erosion of its sandy beach that is a critical turtle-nesting area. The island also houses a very rare colony of the protected Miami Blue butterfly.
    Some Lower Matecumbe Key residents have complained about noise from boat gatherings off a neighborhood. FWC officers have said that without seeing illegal activity or environmental damage occurring, there was little they could do.
    Any recommendations from the Sanctuary Advisory Council would undergo review by federal and state staff.

  • Another Good Visit to Ortega Yacht Club Marina, St. Johns River, Jacksonville, Fl

    Located on the Ortega River just above the Roosevelt Blvd. Bridge and just below the intersection of the Ortega and St. Johns Rivers, Ortega Yacht Club Marina is especially convenient to the Riverside section of Jacksonville. Our thanks to Skipper Herl for this report.

    Ortega Yacht Club, Florida
    Ortega Yacht Club is a bit out of the way if you plan to stay on the ICW. It is 20-25 mile from Sisters Creek on the ICW so if you go, you have to do it on purpose. If you have some time and want to get away from the ICW for a few days the Ortega would be a great place to do just that. Ortega is not affiliated with any FCYC Yacht Clubs.
    Paul the dock master is great, tryes to help you in any way he can. One day we needed to get to a Wall Mart, Paul carried us to Wall Mart in his truck so we could replace a TV that stopped working.
    We stayed over a week. Completed some chores, did laundry, (and that needed to be accomplished) and were able to get away from the boat for a while to do some shopping. The shopping is within walking distance. Belks, West Marine, Publics, CVS, restraunts and lots more. I was able to stop into a hearing aid place (not my brand) to get my aids checked and cleaned. They were actually exited to help us as well as interested in our trip. Another hint is to buy a real comfortable back pack for the grocery runs.
    Phil Herl


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  • Good Visit to Boathouse Marina, St. Johns River, Palatka, FL

    Boathouse Marina overlooks the shores of the St. Johns River west-southwest of Palatka City Marina and marker #1. As Skipper Herl points out, cruisers docking here are within walking easy distance of the shops and restaurants in downtown Palatka.

    Boathouse Marina, Palatka
    Was a very pleasant run from Lake George to Boathouse, 3.5 hr @ approx. 9 knot. We arrived in the pm and were docked and tied by just after noon. This was really different for us, we normally don’t get in until 3:00 or 4:00 pm.
    The marina facilities are very clean but rustic. We were able to catch up on our laundry. Boathouse is also within walking distance to good eats and to just see the town. Very nice walk.
    We do have friends on the area so we were able to commandeer a car. Publics, WinDixie and a Walmart are within a short drive. We were able to just relax, even took the dingy out for evening cruises on the river. We were also able to visit Ravine Gardens, spent several very pleasant hours there.
    Phil Herl
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  • Report from Amelia Island Yacht Basin, AICW Statute Mile 720.5

    The entrance channel leading to Amelia Island Yacht Basin, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, cuts into the AICW’s eastern flank, immediately north of the Kingsley Creek Railway Bridge, and just south of Waterway marker #13. Skipper Herl’s report relates a visit before dredging was completed, see http://cruisersnet.net/?p=139385

    Amelia Island Yacht Basin
    The crew there is great and the restaurant “The Galley Pub” was very good. Just stopped in to get a snack but ended up with a huge juicy hamburger and all the fixins. Yum-yum.
    They are in the process of dredging [now completed] the canal and basin to improve the depth but did not know what the time line would be for completion.

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Amelia Island Yacht Basin

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  • New Owners at Acosta Creek Marina, St. Johns River, Satsuma, FL

    Acosta Creek Marina lies on the east side of the St. Johns River between markers #41 and 42A, south of Seminole Grove, FL. Congratulations to the Simons and we wish them the very best with all their plans.

    Recently, Bob and Jane Simons acquired Acosta Creek Marina (formerly Acosta Creek Harbor) in Satsuma Fl. from previous owners James and Cathy Towles. Eager to bring more business into the marina, Jane & Bob have been working hard planning big improvements and repairing facilities that already exist. For those not familiar with the area, Acosta Creek Marina sits approximately an hour and a half south of Jacksonville, two hours north of Orlando, fifty minutes southeast of St Augustine and an hour east of Gainesville all by car. Those of you traveling by water the Acosta Creek Marina is located within close proximity to channel marker 42.
    The new owners of Acosta Creek Marina have very big plans for their new purchase including expanding many of the marina’s services, as well adding to the goods carried by the ship’s store and improving the grounds about Acosta Creek Marina. Their ultimate goal is to make Acosta Creek Marina not just a stop over or place to store your vessel but a destination on this scenic part of the St. Johns River. They currently offer very affordable dockage at only $7.00 a foot per month with electric on a metered basis and have removed the previous length requirement in order to bring in new customers. Transient dockage is $1.00 a foot daily plus $6.50 for electric. Although Acosta Creek Marina is located in a rural setting, the new owners can arrange transportation for you into town to purchase supplies or check out many of the excellent restaurants in the area. One of their personal favorite dining establishments is Hawg Wash BBQ, with authentic excellent smoked barbecue. The marina is equipped with a 25 ton travel lift and a boat yard where you can do-it-yourself or have one of the many skilled contractors work on your vessel for you. The marina features fixed wood piers with finger slips, showers, a laundry facility and a ship’s store that Jane is working hard to improve.

    Other amenities on site encompass a full gambit of recreational activities, with cabins, RV spots, picnic tables, and the soon to be installed horseshoe pits and grills. Some of the best bass fishing in the world is located within in a couple minutes of Acosta Creek Marina and the beautiful crystal clear freshwater springs are located only a short beautiful cruise away.

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Acosta Creek Marina

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