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    • LNM: Repairs on East Camino Real Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 1048, Boca Raton, FL


      Our thanks to Chris for this notice. The repairs are projected to be completed by October 9. Stay tuned for further updates. With a closed vertical clearance of 9ft, East Camino Real Bridge-crosses the ICW south of flashing daybeacon #67.

      The bridge is having maintenance done, will be stuck in the up position, any vessel over 40 ft in length or wider than 15 ft will need to contact the project manager for the bridge to arrange passage. As of 4-24-2018 they are requiring 6 hours notice to relocate the barge during business hours. 0900-1800
      Chris

      And here is the related Local Notice projecting an April 2019 completion date:

      FLORIDA – ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY – WEST PALM BEACH TO MIAMI – BOCA CLUB, CAMINO REAL BRIDGE:
      Bridge Repair.

      Construction on the Boca Club, Camino Real Bridge mile 1048.2 on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway at Boca Raton, Florida will begin April 12th, 2018. This work is scheduled to be completed April 12th, 2019. Onsite work will be performed Monday through Saturday from 7 am to 7 pm, with no work on Sunday. This work will consist of the following:
      1.) Repairs to the existing structural steel members.
      2.) Demolition of the Approach Spans to the East and West of the Bridge.
      3.) Reconstruction of the Existing Fender System
      4.) Demolition of the existing tender house. Reconstruction of a new tender house on the north-east side of the bridge.
      Impacts to Mariners will include a limited horizontal clearance through the bridge. The main channel will be reduced from approximately 85’ to 40’ due to construction equipment within the main channel. Mariners should maintain a slow speed and minimum wake through this construction area. For waterways questions, call or e-mail LT Ruth Sadowitz, Coast Guard Sector Miami, FL, Waterways Management Division, telephone 305-535-4307, email ruth.a.sadowitz@uscg.mil.

      UPDATE:
      The Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs the Camino Real (Boca Club) Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, mile 1048.2, at Boca Raton, FL. The deviation is necessary to facilitate the bridge rehabilitation project. This deviation allows the bridge single-leaf operations with advanced notice for a full bridge opening. This deviation is effective without actual notice from April 24, 2018 through 7 p.m. on October 9, 2018. Infrastructure South Co., on behalf of the bridge owner, Palm Beach County, has requested a temporary deviation from the current operating regulation that governs the Camino Real (Boca Club) Bridge across the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, mile 1048.2, at Boca Raton, FL. The deviation is necessary to facilitate the bridge rehabilitation project. The existing bridge is a double-leaf bascule bridge with a vertical clearance of 10 feet at mean high water in the closed to navigation position and a horizontal clearance of 83 feet between the fender system. The existing bridge operating regulation is set out in 33 CFR 117.261(aa-1). Under this temporary deviation, on April 23, 2018 through October 9, 2018, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, the bridge will operate on single-leaf openings with a 6-hour advanced notice for a full opening. During non-working hours, the bridge will operate per the normal bridge operating schedule. The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway is used by a variety of vessels including U.S. government vessels, small commercial vessels, recreational vessels and tugs and barge traffic. The Coast Guard has carefully considered the restrictions with waterway users in publishing this temporary deviation. Vessels able to pass through the bridge in the closed position may do so at anytime. The bridge will not be able to provide a full opening for emergencies and there is no immediate alternate route for vessels to pass. The Coast Guard will also inform the users of the waterways through our Local and Broadcast Notices to Mariners of the change in operating schedule for the bridge so that vessel operators can arrange their transits to minimize any impact caused by the temporary deviation. The docket for this deviation, USCG-2018-0356 is available at http://www.regulations.gov. Type the docket number in the “SEARCH” box and click “SEARCH”. Click on Open Docket Folder on the line associated with this deviation. If you have questions on this temporary deviation, call or e-mail LT Ruth Sadowitz, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Miami, Waterways Management Division; telephone 305-535-4307, email; ruth.a.sadowitz@uscg.mil.
      Ref: LNM 14-18 through 17-18 Chart: 11467

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    • LNM: Shoaling Reported in Boca Raton Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 1045


      Shoaling is so common in Boca Raton Inlet that a warning is printed on official charts. Do not attempt to use this inlet without very reliable local knowledge. The shoaling is in the inlet proper, not the intersection with the Waterway

      FLORIDA – JUPITER INLET TO FOWEY ROCKS – BOCA RATON INLET: Shoaling Reported
      Shoaling has been reported in the Boca Raton Inlet. All vessels are strongly encouraged to use extreme caution while transiting the area. See Coast Pilot 4, 2016 (48th) Edition for more information on the inlet.
      Chart 11467 LNM 13/17

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    • Security Zone Ahead!! What do I do?


      With Federal Security Zones, such as the one this weekend at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach (/162949), becoming more frequent for south Florida boaters, many beginning Waterway cruisers may have questions, even qualms, about how to approach and navigate a Federal Security Zone. Many might be asking what role these zones will play as they navigate through Palm Beach and what should a skipper expect when approaching on-site security personnel?

      If you have experienced Security Zone passage, please share your observations and advice for those for whom such passage may seem down right frightening, especially in the crowded and already intimidating waters of south Florida. Let us hear from you!

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Security Zones

      Comments from Cruisers (4)

      1. Bill -  February 10, 2017 - 5:21 pm

        The security zone around Mar-A-Lago should not be an issue to anyone transiting the area. The only prohibited area is zone 1 which is east of the ICW channel. The channel itself as well as the waters west of it are zone 2 and the offshore area is zone 3.

        The Coast Guard is very clear on how to navigate the zones:
        http://www.palmbeachpost.com/rf/image_large/Pub/p8/PalmBeachPost
        • Zone 1: No vessels or person will be permitted to enter this zone consisting of the waters of the Lake Worth Lagoon from the southern tip of the Everglades Island in the north to approximately 1,000 yards from the south of the Southern Boulevard Bridge on the south and eastern shore line west of Fisherman Island.

        • Zone 2: All vessels transiting the second zone shall maintain a steady speed and shall not slow or stop from waters of the Lake Worth Lagoon including the Intracoastal Waterway from the southern tip of the Everglades Island in the north to approximately 1000 yards from the south of the bridge on the south and from the western shore line to the western edge of the Fisherman Island in the east. Vessels needing to wait for the Southern Boulevard Bridge to open in zone 2 are permitted to wait in this zone only for the draw bridge to raise for safe passage.

        • Zone 3: All vessels transiting the third zone shall maintain a steady speed and shall not slow or stop from waters of the Atlantic Ocean from the Banyan Road in the north to Ocean View Road in the south and from shore to approximately 1000 yards east of the shoreline.

        Reply to Bill
      2. Jamie Miller -  February 9, 2017 - 8:28 am

        Feb 7, 2017 We anchored in Lake Worth down the channel to the east pass red “6” with no problem from USCG. Good holding and lots of mud when pulled anchor.

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        • Bill -  February 10, 2017 - 3:50 pm

          And what would that have to do with the security zone?

          Reply to Bill
          • Jamie Miller -  February 11, 2017 - 11:33 am

            On the pictures of the zones, it looks like they extend almost to the Lake worth inlet just below Peanut Island. I was conserned we couldn’t anchor very far below the inlet channel.

    • Report from Bel Marra Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 1042


      This lake-like body of water makes for a great anchor down spot, in a region where there are few anchorages available. Lies on the Waterway’s westerly flank, north of the charted position of Bel Marra and Boca Raton. Our thanks to Austin Harrell for this report.

      Anchored 12-23-2016 Wind E / ENE /ESE 10-15 mph Upon backing down on 35 lb CQR with 5/1 scope 3/8 chain anchor held until up to approximately 2,000 rpm. Then it would slowly drag. I added 10 lb cadenary weight same drag rate once rode was taut. We came to the conclusion that since the wind shouldn’t shift we would stay. Conclusion: anchorage is fine with a chain rode or weighted rode under light to moderate conditions. I wouldn’t stay here in anything over 15 mph winds or stay with forecast shifting winds. Otherwise it’s a fine fair weather anchorage.
      Austin Harrell, Baba 30 Twilight

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    • Two Boats Destroyed by Fire on Waterway in Hillsboro Beach, FL


      Hillsboro Beach is a barrier island on the east side of the Waterway between Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach.

      BROWARD NEWS
      Burning boat drifts into another boat, sets it afire
      by Anne Geggis

      No one was hurt, but a lot of boat went up in smoke Saturday afternoon when a burning, unmanned craft drifted into a docked boat suspended above the Intracoastal Waterway in Hillsboro Beach.
      CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY AND VIDEO

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    • Good Words for Lighthouse Point Yacht Club, AICW Statute Mile 1052


      Lighthouse Point Yacht Club lies south of Waterway marker #68 on the large canal making into the western shores of the Waterway and well south of the Boca Raton Inlet.

      Wonderful marina – good location that is right off the ICW in Lighthouse Point, Florida. Transit boaters are welcome at the Restaurant and it is open for lunch and dinner – check current schedule for day & hours of operation. Zack Rice, their Marina and Harbor Manager is very friendly and can accommodate most requests. Lovely pool area, super wi-fi connection and very calm inside the marina basin.
      Joanne Kindlund

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    • Dredging to Begin in Fort Lauderdale c. AICW Statute Mile 1060


      This dredging is in a relatively short section of the Waterway paralleling Hugh Taylor Birch State Park to the east and north of the Sunrise Blvd Bridge at Mile 1062.5. Unfortunately, this article from Soundings does not give project dates. However, the dredging is in a relatively wide section and should not impact through traffic.

      tradeonlytoday
      Dredging set to start for ICW in South Florida
      Posted on October 26th, 2015
      After several years, permits were issued and a contract awarded for the dredging of the Intracoastal Waterway in South Florida, allowing the vessels that patronize the area’s waterways to have better access to local marinas and boatyards.

      The dredging, which will take place from 17th Street to Sunrise Boulevard to 17 feet deep, will be the largest single public works project for the Florida Inland Navigation District, a special state taxing district tasked with managing and maintaining the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, according to the Marine Industries Association of South Florida.

      `The Florida Inland Navigation District’s ICW dredging project will provide an extraordinary benefit to Broward County through the infusion of $20 million by increasing the depth of the ICW from the congressionally authorized depth of 10 feet to a new depth of 17 feet to accommodate the vessels that are seeking to visit, reside and retrofit at our local marinas and boatyards,’ Tyler Chappell, the Broward commissioner for FIND, said in a statement.’

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    • Help Requested to Report Sightings of Diamondback Terrapins

      You can help, especially if you do any anchoring or shore exploring between Canaveral and Miami.

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      MELBOURNE, Fla. – A zoo in Brevard County needs your help tracking the East Coast Diamondback terrapins, a unique subspecies that lives along Florida’s Atlantic coast.

      The Brevard Zoo wants everyone from the Space Coast to Miami to report sightings to them.

      The terrapins are usually found in brackish coastal waters like the Indian River Lagoon.

      Click here to send sightings along with pictures and GPS coordinates.

      The zoo said the project will help biologists identify critical habitat and road-kill “hot spots”.

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    • Update: Stolen Yacht Recovered, East Coast of Florida, near Fort Lauderdale

      Our thanks to Mike Ahart, Editor of Waterway Guide for this news:

      Waterway News Updates
      Florida East Coast

      Has anyone seen this stolen yacht?

      Date Reported: Jul 15, 2015
      Reported by: Kevin Crago
      Changes-Of-Latitude.jpgHas anyone seen me? My name is Change of Latitude. I am a 2002 Ocean Alexander 60′ Pilothouse Motor Yacht. I was stolen Sunday at 1:30AM from Harbour Towne Marina in Dania Beach FL. I am most likely in the Bahamas.

      Please notify Kevin Crago, the Bahamas Defence Force, US Coast Guard, US Customs, US Marshals, or Broward County Sheriff if you see me.

      Ed. note: WG has verified that this yacht has indeed been stolen. Information has been posted elsewhere on the internet suggesting that the boat is missing due to a repossession. The boat had been repossessed a few months ago.

      View location on the Waterway Explorer
      Source: Cruising Boater

      CLICK HERE for the full story from Waterway Guide Latest News

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      1. Mike Ahart -  July 20, 2015 - 11:10 am

        UPDATE: The yacht has been located, no details are currently available. BOLO (Be On the LookOut) has been canceled.

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    • Unhappy Stay at Fort Lauderdale Municipal Docks at Las Olas Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 1064


      One of three municipal docks in Fort Lauderdale, the Las Olas docks lie off the Waterway’s eastern shoreline immediately north and south (mostly on the north side) of the Las Olas bascule bridge. Skipper Finley’s report is in contrast to other reviews posted on SSECN. However, with municipal budget cuts, it is possible that conditions at the marina have deteriorated in the last year or so.

      This facility is not being maintained in accordance to the prices being charged. The restrooms are NASTY and not being cleaned regularly. Feces on the toilet seats for 3 days now. toilet paper out. Security I have seen 2 times in 10 days.. People come in at night by walking in with paying customers. Boats come in after dark and leave before dawn. I had a guy urinating off the bridge behind my boat and called security, he was at the fisheries and I never saw him that night. Boaters communicate through the web. I like to be persistent to foster change for a better future for the mariners. I cannot agree I paid $1500 to park a 34ft. boat for this kind of treatment. We need to do better people!
      Scott Finley

      Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Las Olas Municipal Docks

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      1. Raymond Copeland -  January 19, 2016 - 2:33 pm

        Scott’s comments are over board. I have been into Las Olas many times over the years and know that the facilities are excellent. The Dockmaster is excellent, attentive and if, and I say if, those conditions were true, a simple comment to him would have had an immediate response. Scott is simply bashing here. Not nice!

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    • Dania Beach Marina Recommended, AICW Statute Mile 1069


      Access to Dania Beach Marina from the ICW is restricted by a fixed bridge with 18ft vertical clearance, but the marina is well protected and located on the beach. The entrance channel is on the east side of the Waterway just north of the Dania Beach Boulevard Bascule Bridge. Skipper Mahler’s comments are from the AGLCA Forum.

      Try dania beach municipal marina. It Is 2 miles south of port everglades inlet. Brand new marina, concrete floating docks. $750 per month annual I think $900 monthly. The price is by the slip not by the foot, slips can
      handle up to 50×17.
      Edward Mahler

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      1. Skipper Mahler -  January 12, 2015 - 5:44 pm

        High tide is 17’7″ Low tide is 21′

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    • Good Report from Lantana Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 1031


      Lantana Anchorage lies on the west side of the Waterway channel, immediately south of the Lantana bascule bridge. Protection is only fair here and you are subject to the wake of passing vessels. Our thanks to Skipper Reeves for this report and excellent photos.

      After our adventure we headed North via the ICW and many bridges in Ft. Lauderdale that we cleared at 22 ft. A few we had to wait on opening. At MM 1031 we anchored near the Lantana bridge on the South side in 7-8 ft near a restaurant , The Old Key Lime house http://oldkeylimehouse.com/
      A normal June afternoon rain shower came and went while we were there. A quiet anchorage.
      Easy in and out. A walk around to the other side of the bridge is a city park with boat ramp. Don’t go too far West after entering anchorage. We stayed opposite double boat ramps on shore near restaurant.
      Sonny Reeves

      lantana

      Dinghy Docked at Old Key Lime House

      Double Boat Ramps and City Park at Lantana

      Double Boat Ramps and City Park at Lantana

      Our Boat at Anchor South of Lantana Bridge

      Our Boat at Anchor South of Lantana Bridge

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    • Good Words for the Staff at Loggerhead Club & Marina – Lantana, FL, AICW Statute Mile 1030.5

      Loggerhead Club and Marina – Lantana – Click for Chartview

      Loggerhead Club and Marina flanks the western banks of the Waterway, south of marker #38 and north of the Lantana Avenue Bridge.

      Loggerhead Lantana ‘“ Not much going on there but the staff again was fantastic.
      Mo s/v Mi Amante

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    • A Good Visit to Fort Lauderdale Municipal Docks at Las Olas Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 1064

      Las Olas Municipal Docks - Click for Chartview

      One of three municipal docks in Fort Lauderdale, the Las Olas docks lie off the Waterway’s eastern shoreline immediately north and south (mostly on the north side) of the Las Olas bascule bridge. The report below is from the AGLCA Forum.

      We stayed at Las Olas [Municipal Docks] when we passed through Ft. Lauderdale. We really like the facilities, and the beach was a walk or easy bike ride away from the marina. I needed diesel oil and had a ride of about 15 miles round trip to find it. We rented a car for a couple days and enjoyed Ft Lauderdale. We tried to leave for the Bahamas from there on a good day, but came back to tie up because our radar stopped working as we left the harbour.
      Dave
      Sea Ya – Tolly 44 M/Y

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    • Information on Two Municipal Marinas in Fort Lauderdale, FL, New River and AICW StatuteMile 1064

      Cooleys Landing - Click for Chartview

      Cooleys Landing is one of three City of Fort Lauderdale owned and managed dockage facilities. Cooleys Landing is the most upstream (on New River) of these three facilities. A host of restaurants (including the memorable “Shirttail Charleys”) are within easy walking distance!

      Las Olas Municipal Docks - Click for Chartview

      One of three municipal docks in Fort Lauderdale, the Las Olas docks lie off the Waterway’s eastern shoreline immediately north and south (mostly on the north side) of the Las Olas bascule bridge. The report below is from the AGLCA Forum.

      There are two centers for marinas in Fort Lauderdale. You have to decide if you prefer to stay near the beach or downtown which is two miles up New River. Cooley’s Landing is the municipal marina downtown on the New River. I believe Cooley’s Landing has a 50 foot limit and may be tight for your 49 foot boat. Las Olas is the municipal marina on the ICW near the beach. Las Olas can accommodate larger boats on the ends of their Tee-docks. Las Olas has gated security on each dock. The Water Taxi stops close to both marinas. We have stopped at both of these marinas. Of course, there are dozens of other marinas!
      Alan Lloyd
      Author, Great Loop Navigation Notes
      http://www.NavigationNotes.com

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    • Praise for Boca Raton Resort & Club Marina, AICW Statute Mile 1048

      Boca Raton Resort and Club Marina - Click for Chartview

      Boca Raton Resort & Club Marina flanks the western banks of the combined Lake Boca Raton and ICW passage, north of marker #66.

      Stayed a couple of nights and loved it. The Waldorf Boca Raton is beautiful and the facilities are just fabulous. The staff was helpful and we were given a great location close to the facilities. We are only 36ft, so were small by comparison to others in the slips, but were treated with great respect, as would any guest at the Waldorf.
      The funniest thing is the Dock Masters Office. You enter these massive double wooden doors in this luxurious hallway to find a few cheap desks with the dock staff sitting around ‘“ as you would in a small start-up company.
      The cloisters offered many an evenings solitude and the pool and towels were great.
      You could call this marina expensive ‘“ it certainly was not cheap, but we were at the Waldorf Astoria and loved it. We would do it again in a flash.
      William Lawrenson

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    • Report on Lake Boca Raton Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 1048

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      Boca Raton Anchorage on the northeastern section of Lake Boca Raton, east of flashing daybeacon #65, and, as reported earlier (see link below), the preferred entrance channel seems to be on the north side of marker #65.

      Moving north, Lake Boca Raton is a great anchorage – beware the hordes on weekends but few remain overnight – nice public dock you can use for your dinghy at Silver Palm Park adjacent to the first bridge heading north on the ICW tucked
      into the NW corner – not much nearby but a few stores and again the great beaches.
      Peter TenHaagen, Transition

      Click Here To View An Earlier Posting on Lake Boca Raton

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    • High Praise for AC Power Plus, Deerfield Beach, FL, near AICW Statute Mile 1050

      AC Power Plus Location

      AC Power Plus is located on E. Hillsboro Blvd in Deerfield Beach, just west of the Waterway between Boca Raton and Hillsboro Beach.

      Claiborne: I hope this finds you personally well. I had occasion to receive exceptional service from a contractor, and wanted to pass it on. Nightingale is equipped with a Mastervolt Whisper 3.5 genset. Two weeks ago, the “eel grass” in Biscayne Bay plugged the cooling system. We shut down the genset diesel, but have apparently “fried” the oil temp sensor — it will start, then shut down in 10 seconds showing an oil temp failure. In the last 6 months, Mastervolt and Whisper have parted company. A good company (AER/Seabrook) has formed Whisper US but it is early days and their parts supply is still a bit spotty. Whisper US recommended us to AC Power Plus in Deerfield Beach. Our service rep, Ron Betts 954 421-2500 x344 called back in 4 hours — his parts guys found the part we needed. They will have them to us within 2 days. I will install (aka screw in) the new sensor. If the genset still malfunctions, we will go to AC Power Plus for professional service. These people jumped though the hoop. They worried about customer service. I was hoping to pass on the compliment. Their full portfolio can be seen at http://www.acpowerplus.com. Please pass this on to the net. Thanks very much,
      Stephen Deitch S/V Nightingale

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