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    • North Carolina Local Notice to Mariners Extracts

      PLEASE CAREFULLY READ OUR DISCLAIMER!
      Below you will discover extracts the Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net has copied from the Local Notice to Mariners, that concern North Carolina waters. The choice of what to extract is based on our appraisal of news that is of primary interest to the cruising community, and should not in any way be considered a comprehensive relisting of all the information that is available in the Local Notice to Mariners’ various editions.
      Also, please note that LNM extracts are listed below in chronological order, based on publishing date.

    • LNM: AICW Buoy 70 Off-Station, New River Problem Stretch, NC Statute Mile 247


      This off-station ICW buoy is on the north/northeast shoulder of a narrow Waterway channel just north of the ICW’s intersection with New River, a Cruisers Net Problem Stretch due to shoaling and channel shifting.

      SEC NC BNM 443-18
      NORTH CAROLINA – NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SND (CHART 11541)
      BOGUE SND – NEW RIVER B 70 (LLNR 39290) RPTD OFF STATION.

      Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For New River/New River Inlet

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New River Inlet

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    • LNM: Off-Station Buoy 12, Oregon Inlet, Pamlico Sound, NC


      This uncharted buoy is north of the mouth of the inlet. Except for shallow draft vessels with current local knowledge, Cruisers Net does not recommend the use of Oregon Inlet.

      SEC NC BNM 442-18
      NC – OREGON INLET – HAZARD TO NAVIGATION

      MARINERS ARE ADVISED OF A RED BUOY, MARKED 12, IN POSN 35-47-48.329N 075-31-27.482W (35°47.8055N / 075°31.4581W, 35.796758 / -75.524301) . THE BUOY IS NOT MARKING NAVIGABLE WATER AND IS A REMNANT OF TROPICAL STORM MICHAEL. ALL MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO USE CAUTION WHILE TRANSITING THE AREA.

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    • LNM: Shoaling Surveyed in Entrance to Beaufort Harbor Channel, near AICW Statute Mile 205


      This shoaling is at the entrance to the Beaufort Harbor channel which runs NNE from the main Beaufort Inlet channel.


      NC – BEAUFORT HARBOR – SHOALING
      U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Hydrographic Survey on 4 Oct 2018 revealed significant shoaling between Beaufort Harbor Channel Lighted Buoy 2 (LLNR 34805) and Beaufort Harbor Buoy 2A (LLNR 34807) in Beaufort Harbor Channel. Depths as low as 6 feet at mean low water were reported along the right hand side of the channel when returning from sea. Mariners are advised to navigate with extreme caution when transiting this area. Chart 11545 LNM 42/18

       

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      Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Morehead City Yacht Basin

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Morehead City Yacht Basin

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    • LNM: Reminder: Live Firing Exercises, Stones Bay and New River, NC


      These periodic and frequent restrictions to navigation do not involve the Waterway and are posted here to remind any cruiser, who might be considering exploring New River and Stones Bay, that these are live firing exercises. Stand Clear!

       

       


      SEC NC BNM 274-18

      NORTH CAROLINA – NEW RIVER – FIRING EXERCISES FROM 03 JUN TO 10 JUN 2018

      1. THE RESTRICTED AREAS IN THE NEW RIVER, AS SHOWN ON NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE CHART 11543, WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION UP TO 15 NM SEAWARD IN STONE BAY RIFLE RANGE FIRING EXERCISES DURING THE FOLLOWING PERIODS:

      STONE CREEK SECTOR, STONE BAY SECTOR, TRAPS BAY SECTOR, COURTHOUSE BAY SECTOR, AND GREY POINT SECTOR WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION DUE TO FIRING EXERCISES 24 HOURS DAILY.

      2. FARNELL BAY SECTOR, MORGANS BAY SECTOR, AND JACKSONVILLE SECTOR WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION DUE TO FIRING EXERCISES FROM SUNRISE TO SUNSET.

      3. SHIP OPERATIONS CONSISTING OF LANDING CRAFT, AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLES, AND HELICOPTERS MAY BE CONDUCTED IN THE ONSLOW BEACH OPERATING AREA AND ALL SECTORS OF NEW RIVER TO INCLUDE DIVE OPERATIONS.

      4. DUE TO UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE ON BROWNS ISLAND AND IN THE ADJACENT WATERWAYS AND MARSH AREAS, BROWNS ISLAND IS OFF LIMITS TO ALL UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL. VESSELS MAY TRANSIT THE SURROUNDING WATERS, HOWEVER NO VESSEL SHALL BOTTOM FISH OR ANCHOR.

      5. RANGE CONTROL BOATS, MCIE-MCB CAMLEJ NORTH CAROLINA MONITOR CHANNEL 16 VHF-FM (156.8 MHZ) AND THE WORKING CHANNEL 82 VHF-FM (161.725 MHZ). RANGE CONTROL CAN BE REACHED BY PHONE AT 910-451-3064 OR 4449.

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Stones Bay

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    • LNM: Coast Guard sets Port Condition Zulu for North Carolina ports

      Coast Guard sets Port Condition Zulu for North Carolina ports. Condition Zulu is the most severe restriction.


      WILMINGTON, N.C. – The Captain of the Port for North Carolina set Port Condition Zulu for the Ports of Morehead City and Wilmington at 3 a.m., Thursday, due to winds from Hurricane Michael.

      Port Condition Zulu is a dangerous condition in which tropical storm force winds are possible within 12 hours. In Port Condition Zulu the port is closed, and all port operations are suspended.

      The Coast Guard strongly cautions the maritime community to remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions as anticipated tropical storm force winds arrive.

      Pleasure craft owners unable to remove their boats from the path of the storm are advised to set extra mooring lines and remove or secure extra gear. Maritime and port facilities are reminded to review and update their heavy weather response plans and make any additional preparations needed to adequately prepare in case of a potential impact to the area.

      Mariners can view the latest port updates on the Coast Guard’s Homeport site.

      The Coast Guard is warning the public of these important safety messages:

      • Stay off the water. The Coast Guard’s search and rescue capabilities degrade as storm conditions strengthen. This means help could be delayed. Boaters should heed weather watches, warnings, and small craft advisories.
      • Stay informed. The public should monitor the progress and strength of the storm through local television, radio, and the Internet. Boaters can monitor its progress on VHF radio channel 16. Information can also be obtained on small craft advisories and warnings on VHF radio channel 16.

      -USCG-

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    • LNM: Port Condition X-Ray Set for Virginia Coast

      Coast Guard sets Port Condition Yankee for North Carolina ports, X-ray for Port of Virginia


      PORTSMOUTH, Va. – The Captain of the Port for North Carolina set Port Condition Yankee for the Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. The COTP for Hampton Roads set Port Condition X-ray at 4 p.m., for the Port of Virginia.

      In Port Condition Yankee, the tropical storm force winds are anticipated within 24 hours and the affected ports are closed to inbound vessel traffic greater than 500 gross tons. All vessels greater than 500 gross tons without permission to remain in port, should have departed or should be prepared to depart prior to the setting of port condition Zulu.

      Port Condition X-ray means the tropical storm force winds are anticipated within 48 hours. These ports and facilities are currently open to all commercial traffic and all transfer operations may continue while X-ray remains in effect.

      All ocean-going commercial vessels and ocean-going barges greater than 500 gross tons should make plans for departing ports in the Hampton Roads COTP zone. Vessels desiring to remain in port must immediately contact the COTP to receive permission and are required to submit a safe mooring plan in writing.

      Owners of pleasure craft are advised to seek safe harbor. Drawbridges may not be operating if sustained winds reach 25 mph or when an evacuation is in progress.

      Mariners can view the latest port updates on the Coast Guard’s Homeport site.

      The Coast Guard is warning the public of these important safety messages:

      Stay off the water. The Coast Guard’s search and rescue capabilities degrade as storm conditions strengthen. This means help could be delayed. Boaters should heed weather watches, warnings, and small craft advisories.
      Be prepared. Owners of large boats are urged to move their vessels to inland marinas where they will be less vulnerable to breaking free of their moorings or to sustaining damage. Trailerable boats should be pulled from the water and stored in a place that is not prone to flooding. Those who are leaving their boats in the water are reminded to remove EPIRBs and to secure life rings, life jackets, and small boats. These items, if not properly secured, can break free and require valuable search and rescue resources be diverted to ensure people are not in distress..
      Stay informed. The public should monitor the progress and strength of the storm through local television, radio, and the Internet. Boaters can monitor its progress on VHF radio channel 16. Information can also be obtained on small craft advisories and warnings on VHF radio channel 16.

      HURRICANE SEASON PORT CONDITIONS AND CATEGORIES Port Conditions are set by the COTP and are used to alert the maritime community to changes in port operations needed to prepare for the hurricane’s arrival. Approximate Time Port Condition Jun 1 – Nov 30 Seasonal Alert 72 Hrs Whiskey 48 Hrs X-Ray 24 Hrs Yankee 12 Hrs Zulu After Landfall Recovery

      PORT CONDITION WHISKEY: Gale force winds (34 knots or 39 mph) are predicted to arrive within 72 hours. Ports Status: Open to all commercial and recreational traffic.

      PORT CONDITION X-RAY: Gale force winds are predicted to arrive within 48 hours. Port Status: Open to all commercial and recreational traffic.

      PORT CONDITION YANKEE: Gale force winds are predicted to arrive within 24 hours. Ports status: Closed to inbound traffic and vessel traffic control measures in effect on vessel movements within the port.

      PORT CONDITION ZULU: Gale force winds are predicted to arrive within 12 hours. Ports Status: Closed to all inbound and outbound traffic.

      PORT CONDITION RECOVERY: The storm is no longer a threat to the area, however, some damage may have occurred and response and recovery operations are in progress. Ports status: Reopened to outbound traffic at the completion of the port survey. Vessel traffic control measures remain in effect on vessel movements within the port.
      -USCG-

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    • LNM: Missing Light 36, Rollinson Channel, Pamlico Sound, Hatteras, NC


      Rollinson Channel is a long, narrow and shallow route connecting the four marinas in Hatteras to the deeper waters of Pamlico Sound. Light 36 is on the northeast shoulder of the channel.


      SEC NC BNM 425-18

      CAPE HATTERAS – ROLLINSON CHANNEL (CHART 11555)

      ROLLINSON CHANNEL LIGHT 36 (LLNR 28840) MISSING.

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    • LNM: Maintenance Scheduled, Atlantic Beach Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 206.5


      Cruisers are asked to notify the project foreman at 703-855-8519 or 910-859-9403 30 minutes before entering the work zone. Atlantic Beach Bridge is a fixed span with 65ft vertical clearance.

      NC – ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY – MOREHEAD CITY HARBOR – SR 1184/ATLANTIC BEACH BRIDGE – MAINTENANCE
      An engineering firm, on behalf of North Carolina Department of Transportation, will be performing maintenance SR 1184 (Atlantic Beach Bridge) bridge, over the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW), Bogue Sound, at mile 206.7, between Morehead City, NC and Atlantic Beach, NC. The maintenance will be conducted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Monday-Saturday; October 8, 2018, through March 15, 2019. A crane barge, a material barge, several tugs, several work vessels and work platforms will be located in and around the vicinity of the bridge. Maintenance personnel,
      equipment and vessels will relocate from the navigable channel, upon request. Work vessels may be reached on VHF-FM channel 13. The project foreman can be reached at (703) 855-8519 or (910) 859-9403. Mariners should notify the work foreman no less than thirty minutes prior to transiting through the bridge. Mariners should use extreme caution navigating through the area. Chart 11547 LNM 40/18

      Click Here To View the NC Cruisers’ Net Bridge Directory Listing For Atlantic Beach Bridge

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Atlantic Beach Bridge

      Comments from Cruisers (2)

      1. Robert Sherer -  October 12, 2018 - 8:45 pm

        How do we know if this is real?

        Editor’s note: Several folks have tried to reach the numbers listed. There is a message machine on the first number, but none on the second. The maintenance may been delayed by Hurricane Michael. Let us know if you make contact.

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      2. Thomas Hale -  October 6, 2018 - 1:51 pm

        Saturday 10/6 14:00. I called both numbers listed and there was no answer at either number. I called USCG Fort Macon and they had no further information.

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    • LNM: REMINDER: NC ATONs May Be Damaged or Off-Station

      Current flooding conditions are changing hourly, so expect frequent updates. See Multiple NC ICW Nav Aids.


      SEC NC BNM 414-18

      POST STORM AIDS TO NAVIGATION

      DUE TO HURRICANE FLORENCE ALL AIDS IN NORTH CAROLINA MAY BE UNRELIABLE.

      ALL MARINERS REQUESTED TO TRANSIT THE AREA WITH CAUTION.

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      1. Hank Pomeranz -  September 27, 2018 - 8:16 am

        Was out on the water today at Southport NC. CG Sector North Carolina is issuing hazard to navigation bulletins on channel 22A cautioning mariners not to trust the locations of any ATON in the state!
        I know our Coast Guard is working hard to get the marks on station and these are the same folks telling us not to trust them. There will be a lot of moving many of them around over the coming weeks.
        Hank Pomeranz

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    • Thank You USCG!

      As always, the United States Coast Guard is doing their remarkable best. Our thanks to good friend, Tom Hale, for alerting us to this LNMs information. See Safety Zone for further information

      Attached is a link to the Notice to Mariners which includes the ICW between Norfolk and Little River SC.. There are 6 pages of ATON repairs made this week in the area affected by hurricane Florence. That is simply amazing work! WE all owe the USCG ATON crews a huge thank you!
      The report has no statements of shoaling in this area, however that is NOT the same as saying it is all clear.
      These are the ATON repair crews not survey crews.
      Cheers,
      Tom

      See DISCREPANCIES (FEDERAL AIDS) CORRECTED pages 11 to 17.

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    • LNM: Multiple NC ICW Nav Aids Damaged or Off-Station

      Kudos to the USCG for publishing this list so quickly. The list below is certain to be augmented. And this is a good time to remind you that following any substanial storm, aids to navigation may have been moved off-station and should be considered suspect when there is disagreement with your charts/chartplotter. Idle speed, your eye on your depthfinder and a healthy skepticism are in order for these days after Florence. See NAV ALERT.

      SEC NC BNM 412-18

      SUBJ/POST STORM AIDS TO NAVIGATION DISCREPANCY SUMMARY FOR 19 SEP 2018

      1. THE FOLLOWING AIDS TO NAVIGATION ARE DISCREPANT.

      2. CURRITUCK BEACH LIGHT TO WIMBLE SHOALS (CHART 12204)

      A. OREGON INLET BUOY 7 (LLNR 28005), OFF STATION.

      3. CAPE HATTERAS SOUTH FERRY TERMINAL (CHART 11555)

      A. SOUTH FERRY TERMIAL LIGHTED BUOY 4SF (LLNR 28703), OFF STATION.

      4. OCRACOKE INLET AND NORTHERN CORE SOUND (CHART 11550)

      A. OCRACOKE INLET BUOY 8 (LLNR 28927), OFF STATION.

      B. OCRACOKE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 10 (LLNR 28930), OFF STATION.

      C. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 19 (LLNR 28953), OFF STATION.

      D. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 20 (LLNR 28955), OFF STATION.

      E. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL BUOY 21 (LLNR 28957), OFF STATION.

      F. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL BUOY 22 (LLNR 28960), OFF STATION.

      G. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL BUOY 23 (LLNR 28961), OFF STATION.

      H. TEACHES HOLE CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 24 (LLNR 28962), OFF STATION.

      I. BIG FOOT SLOUGH CHANNEL BUOY 10B (LLNR 29070.1), OFF STATION.

      5. BEAUFORT INLET AND CORE SOUND (Chart 11545)

      A. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED WHISTLE BUOY BM (LLNR 29328), RACON INOPERABLE.

      B. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 3 (LLNR 29331), OFF STATION.

      C. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 4 (LLNR 29332), OFF STATION.

      D. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 5 (LLNR 29333), OFF STATION.

      E. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 7 (LLNR 29345), OFF STATION.

      F. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 8 (LLNR 29350), OFF STATION.

      G. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 16 (LLNR 29387), OFF STATION.

      H. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 17 (LLNR 29390), OFF STATION.

      6. MOREHEAD CITY HARBOR (Chart 11547)

      A. FORT MACON CREEK WARNING LIGHT (LLNR 29450), DAMAGED.

      7. NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (Chart 11541)

      A. BOUGE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 1 (LLNR 29495), MISSING.

      B. BOUGE INLET BUOY 1A (LLNR 29497), MISSING.

      C. BOUGE INLET BUOY 2 (LLNR 29500), MISSING.

      D. BOUGE INLET BUOY 3 (LLNR 29505), MISSING.

      E. BOUGE INLET BUOY 4 (LLNR 29510), MISSING.

      F. BOUGE INLET BUOY 5 (LLNR 29515), MISSING.

      G. BOUGE INLET BUOY 6 (LLNR 29520), MISSING.

      H. BOUGE INLET BUOY 6A (LLNR 29525), MISSING.

      I. BOUGE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 13 (LLNR 29557), OFF STATION.

      J. BOUGE INLET BUOY 14 (LLNR 29559), OFF STATION.

      K. BOUGE INLET BUOY 17 (LLNR 29565), OFF STATION.

      8. NEW RIVER (CHART 11542)

      A. COURTHOUSE BAY DAYBEACON 5 (LLNR 29785), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. NEW RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 18 (LLNR 29795), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. NEW RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 28 (LLNR 29820), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      D. NEW RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 35 (LLNR 29855), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      E. NEW RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 37 (LLNR 29860), DAMAGED DAYBOARDS.

      F. NEW RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 42 (LLNR 29880), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      G. NEW RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 50 ( LLNR 29915), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      9. NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (Chart 11541)

      A. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 1 (LLNR 30050), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      B. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 2 (LLNR 30055), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      C. BANKS CHANNEL DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 30065), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      D. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 6 (LLNR 30075), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      E. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 7 (LLNR 30080), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      F. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 11 (LLNR 30095), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      G. BANKS CHANNEL LIGHT 18 (LLNR 30125), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      H. BANKS CHANNEL DAYBEACON 21 (LLNR 30135), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      I. BANKS CHANNEL BUOY 22 (LLNR 30137), OFF STATION.

      10. CAPE FEAR RIVER (CHART 11537)

      A. OAK ISLAND CHANNEL DAYBEACON 6 (LLNR 30435), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      B. SUNNY POINT TERMINAL SOUTH ENTRANCE LIGHT 5S (LLNR 30575), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. SUNNY POINT TERMINAL CENTRAL CHANNEL LIGHT 14 (LLNR 30610), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      11. WESTERN PART OF PAMLICO SOUND (Chart 11548)

      A. BRANT ISLAND WARNING DAYBEACON CC (LLNR 32640), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. BRANT ISLAND WARNING LIGHT DD (LLNR 32645), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      12. PAMLICO RIVER (CHART 11554)

      A. INDIAN ISLAND CHANNEL DAYBEACON 1 (LLNR 33215), MISSING DABOARDS.

      B. PAMLICO RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 4 (LLNR 33255), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      13.PAMLICO SOUND (CHART 11548)

      A. BAY RIVER BAY POINT LIGHT (LLNR 33395), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. BAY RIVER LIGHT 1 (LLNR 33400), DESTROYED.

      C. CEDAR ISLAND FERRY SLIP BREAKWATER BUOY 2 (LLNR 33483), OFF STATION.

      D. NEUSE RIVER JUNCTION LIGHT NR (LLNR 33580), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      E. NEUSE RIVER ENTRANCE LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33580), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      F. NEUSE RIVER ENTRANCE LIGHT NR (33590), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      G. NEUSE RIVER WARNING DAYBEACON (LLNR 33598), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      H. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 6 (LLNR 33625), DESTROYED.

      I. SOUTH RIVER LIGHT 1 (LLNR 33655), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      J. SOUTH RIVER LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33660), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      K. SOUTH RIVER WRECK DAYBEACON WR3 (LLNR 33665), DESTROYED.

      L. SOUTH RIVER LIGHT 6 (LLNR 33685), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      14. NEUSE RIVER (CHART 11552)

      A. PIERCE CREEK LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33690), DESTROYED.

      B. PIERCE CREEK DAYBEACON 4 (LLNR 33695), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      C. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 7 (LLNR 33715), DESTROYED.

      D. WHITTAKER CREEK DAYBEACON 1 (LLNR 33718), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      E. WHITTAKER CREEK LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33720), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      F. WHITTAKER CREEK DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 33723), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      G. SMITH CREEK CHANNEL LIGHT 1SC (LLNR 33755), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      H. SMITH CREEK CHANNEL DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 33760), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      I. SMITH CREEK CHANNEL DAYBEACON 5 (LLNR 33765), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      J. SMITH CREEK CHANNEL LIGHT 6 (LLNR 33770), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      K. SMITH CREEK CHANNEL LIGHT 8 (LLNR 33775), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      L. DAWSON CREEK ENTRANCE DAYBEACON 2 (LLNR 33795), DESTROYED.

      M. CLUBFOOT CREEK ENTRANCE DAYBEACON 1 (LLNR 33805), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      N. CLUBFOOT CREEK ENTRANCE LIGHT 3 (LLNR 33810), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      O. CLUBFOOT CREEK DAYBEACON 5 (LLNR 33815), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      P. CLUBFOOT CREEK DAYBEACON 6 (LLNR 33820), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      Q. CLUBFOOT CREEK DAYBEACON 8 (LLNR 33825), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      R. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 8 (LLNR 33830), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      S. WILKINSON POINT FERRY TERMINAL CHANNEL LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33840), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      T. WILKINSON POINT FERRY TERMINAL CHANNEL DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 33845), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      U. WILKINSON POINT FERRY TERMINAL CHANNEL DAYBEACON 4 (LLNR 33850), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      V. CHERRY POINT DAYBEACON 2 (LLNR 33855), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      W. CHERRY POINT CHANNEL DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 33860), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      X. CHERRY POINT CHANNEL DAYBEACON 4 (LLNR 33865), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      Y. HANCOCK CREEK LIGHT 1 (LLNR 33900), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      Z. HANCOCK CREEK DAYBEACON 3 (LLNR 33905), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      AA. HANCOCK CREEK DAYBEACON 5 (LLNR 33910), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      BB. HANCOCK CREEK LIGHT 6 (LLNR 33915), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      CC. SLOCUM CREEK LIGHT 2 (LLNR 33920), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      DD. SLOCUM CREEK DAYBEACON 1 (LLNR 33925), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      EE. SLOCUM CREEK DAYBEACON 4 (LLNR 33930), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      FF. SLOCUM CREEK DAYBEACON 4A (LLNR 33935), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      GG. SLOCUM CREEK DAYBEACON 5 (LLNR 33940), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      HH. BEARD CREEK ENTRANCE DAYBEACON 1 (LLNR 33960), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      II. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 11 (LLNR 33965), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      JJ. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 13 (LLNR 33970), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      KK. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 15 (LLNR 33975), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      LL. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 17 (LLNR 33980), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      MM. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 19 (LLNR 33985), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      NN. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 22 (LLNR 34000), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      OO. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 24 (LLNR 34005), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      PP. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBECON 26 (LLNR 34010), DESTROYED.

      QQ. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 27 (LLNR 34015), DESTROYED.

      RR. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 28 (LLNR 34020), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      SS. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 32 (LLNR 34030), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      TT. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL DAYBEACON 34 (34040), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      15. BEAUFORT INLET AND SOUTHERN CORE SOUND (CHART 11545)

      A. CORE SOUND DAYBEACON 56A (LLNR 34739), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. CORE SOUND DAYBEACON 48 (LLNR 34690), PILE LEANING 45 DEGREES AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. LENOXVILLE POINT BUOY 3 (LLNR 34762), OFF STATION.

      D. CORE SOUND LIGHT 60, (LLNR 34775), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      E. TAYLOR CREEK CHANNEL DAYBEACON 7 (LLNR 34795), DAMAGED DAYBOARDS.

      F. TAYLOR CREEK CHANNEL DAYBEACON 9 (LLNR 34800), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      16. ALBEMARLE SOUND TO NEUSE RIVER (CHART 11553)

      A. GOOSE CREEK LIGHT 1 (LLNR 38145), DAYBOARDS DAMAGED.

      B. GOOSE CREEK LIGHT 6 (LLNR 38165), DAYBOARDS DAMAGED.

      C. GOOSE CREEK DAYBEACON 7 (LLNR 38170), DAYBOARDS DAMAGED.

      D. GOOSE CREEK LIGHT 22 (LLNR 38220), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      17. NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (CHART 11541)

      A. NEUSE RIVER ENTRANCE LIGHT 2 (LLNR 38265), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. NEUSE RIVER ENTRANCE LIGHT NR (LLNR 38270), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. NEUSE RIVER CHANNEL LIGHT 6 (LLNR 38280), DESTROYED.

      D. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 1AC (LLNR 38290), DESTROYED.

      E. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 3 (LLNR 38300), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      F. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 4 (LLNR 38305), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      G. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 8 (LLNR 38329), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      H. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 16 (LLNR 38370), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      I. ADAMS CREEK LIGHT 18 (LLNR 38380), EXTINGUISHED AND MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      J. CORE CREEK DAYBEACON 23 (LLNR 38410), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      K. CORE CREEK DAYBEACON 25 (LLNR 38415), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      18. NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (CHART 11541)

      A. BOUGE SOUND BUOY 3 (LLNR 38755), OFF STATION.

      B. BOUGE SOUND LIGHT 3B (LLNR 38765), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. PELETIER CREEK ENTRANCE CHANNEL DAY BEACON 1 (LLNR 38820), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      D. BOUGE SOUND BUOY 7A (LLNR 38842), OFF STATION.

      E. BOUGE SOUND DAYBEACON 23 (LLNR 38935), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      F. BOUGE SOUND DAYBEACON 44 (LLNR 39035), DESTROYED.

      G. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER LIGHT 15 (LLNR 39350), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      H. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER LIGHT 27 (LLNR 39375), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      I. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 29 (LLNR 39380), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      J. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 41 (LLNR 39405), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      K. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 59 (LLNR 39445), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      L. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER LIGHT 71 (LLNR 39465),

      M. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 72 (LLNR 39470), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      N. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 84 (LLNR 39500), MISSINGDAYBOARDS.

      O. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 90 (LLNR 39510), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      P. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 92 (LLNR 39515), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      Q. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER LIGHT 98 (LLNR 39545), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      R. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER BUOY 99A (LLNR 39548), OFF STATION.

      S. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 102 (LLNR 39555), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      T. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 105 (LLNR 39565), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      U. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER BUOY 121 (LLNR 39597), OFF STATION.

      V. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER BUOY 121A (LLNR 39598), OFF STATION.

      W. NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER DAYBEACON 123 (LLNR 39605), MISSING DAYBOARD.

      19. MYRTLE GROVE SOUND TO LITTLE RIVER (CHART 11534)

      A. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 28 (LLNR 40110), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      B. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER LIGHT 33 (LLNR 40125), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      C. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 36 (LLNR 40130), DESTROYED.

      D. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 39 (LLNR 40195), DESTROYED.

      E. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 42 (LLNR 40210), DESTROYED.

      F. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER BUOY 46B (LLNR 40224), OFF STATION.

      G. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER BUOY 46A (LLNR 40223), MISSING.

      H. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER LIGHT 48A (LLNR 40240, DESTROYED.

      I. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER LIGHT 51A (LLNR 40255), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      J. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 61 (LLNR 40280), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      K. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER LIGHT 83 (LLNR 40350), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      L. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 103 (LLNR 40415), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

      M. CAPE FEAR RIVER-LITTLE RIVER DAYBEACON 117 (LLNR 40455), MISSING DAYBOARDS.

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    • LNM: Channel Buoy 6 Relocated, Barney Slough and Hatteras Inlet, Pamlico Sound, NC


      Barney Slough Channel connects Hatteras Inlet with the open waters of Pamlico Sound.


      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN RELOCATED.

      A. BARNEY SLOUGH CHANNEL BUOY 6 (LLNR 28722.3) TO APPROX POSIT 35-13-50.773N, 075-47-25.015W (35°13.8462N / 075°47.4169W, 35.230770 / -75.790282) .

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    • Good News: Dismal Swamp Canal Has Re-Opened, 9/17/2018


      Set in beautiful Camden Count, NC, the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center provides free dockage for cruisers' on the Dismal Swamp AICW Alternate Route

      The Canal has reopened, but you should read the Advisory below carefully for notes on depth and width of the channel. Obviously, a sharp watch for debris is required. The Welcome Center Docks and information are provided at the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center, an NC DOT Rest Area facility and A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, located adjacent to the Dismal Swamp State Park, offering trails, exhibits and ongoing programs in Camden County, NC.

      9/18
      Verified with the Lock master at Deep Creek this morning (18 Sept) that the Dismal Swamp Canal route is OPEN.
      The Centerville & North Landing Bridges remain closed due to high water. See https://cruisersnet.net/174573.
      V/R,
      Matt the Bridge Tender

      9/17 We have received word the Dismal Swamp Canal has reopened for navigational traffic. Please note the attached advisory. Our thoughts go out to our Coastal Partners who did not fare as well as our local area during Hurricane Florence.
      Donna Stewart, Director
      Dismal Swamp Welcome Center
      2356 US Hwy 17N
      South Mills, NC 27976
      Phone – 252-771-8333
      www.DismalSwampWelcomeCenter.com

      Restricted Opening DSC-Sept 2018-signed

      Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For the Camden TDA/Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center

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    • LNM: Multiple Buoy Changes, Core Sound, east of Beaufort, NC


      These buoys mark the navigable route through Core Sound from Pamlico Sound to Lighthouse Bay east of Beaufort and Morehead City, NC.


      1. THE FOLLOWING AIDS TO NAVIGATION HAVE BEEN CHANGED.

      A. CORE SOUND LT 24 (LLNR 34520) CHANGED TO CORE SOUND
      WARNING LT A (LLNR 34520) SHOWING A FL W 4S LIGHT WITH
      NW DAYBOARDS WORDED DANGER SHOALING.

      B. CORE SOUND LT 25 (LLNR 34525) CHANGED TO CORE SOUND
      WARNING LT B (LLNR 34525) SHOWING A FL W 4S LIGHT WITH
      NW DAYBOARDS WORDED DANGER SHOALING.

      C. CORE SOUND LT 27 (LLNR 34540) CHANGED TO CORE SOUND
      WARNING LT C (LLNR 34540) SHOWING A FL W 4S LIGHT WITH
      NW DAYBOARDS WORDED DANGER SHOALING.

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    • LNM: Severe Shoaling, Wainwright Slough, Core Sound, NC


      Wainwright Slough is a narrow section of the navigable channel through Core Sound.

      NC – CORE SOUND – WAINWRIGHT SLOUGH – SHOALING
      Significant shoaling exists between Core Sound Light 5 (LLNR 34345) and Core Sound Daybeacon 5B (LLNR 34350) in Wainwright Slough. Depth less than 3 feet may be present within the channel. Mariners are advised to navigate with extreme caution when transiting this area. NC BNM 384-18 Chart 11550 LNM 35/18

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Wainwright Slough

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    • LNM: Multiple Buoy Relocations due to Shoaling, Bogue Inlet, NC, near AICW Statute Mile 277



      1. THE FOLLLOWING AIDS TO NAVIGATION HAVE
      BEEN RELOCATED DUE TO SHOALING.
      A. BOGUE INLET BUOY 6A (LLNR 29525) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-38-50.866N 077-06-29.732(34°38.8478N / 077°6.4955W, 34.647463 / -77.108259) .083W.
      B. BOGUE INLET BUOY 7 (LLNR 29530) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-38-53.916N 077-06-34.322W (34°38.8986N / 077°6.5720W, 34.648310 / -77.109534) .
      C. BOGUE INLET BUOY 8 (LLNR 29535) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-38-53.600N 077-06-30.768W (34°38.8933N / 077°6.5128W, 34.648222 / -77.108547)
      D. BOGUE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 8A (LLNR 29536) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-39-05.991N 077-06-26.637W (34°39.0998N / 077°6.4439W, 34.651664 / -77.107399) .
      E. BOGUE INLET BUOY 9 (LLNR 29537) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-39-02.799N 077-06-32.125W (34°39.0466N / 077°6.5354W, 34.650777 / -77.108924) .
      F. BOGUE INLET BUOY 9A (LLNR 29539) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-39-10.568N 077-06-24.957W (34°39.1762N / 077°6.4159W, 34.652936 / -77.106932) .
      G. BOGUE INLET BUOY 10 (LLNR 29540) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-39-10.777N 077-06-17.449W (34°39.1796N / 077°6.2908W, 34.652994 / -77.104847) .
      H. BOGUE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 13 (LLNR 29557) TO
      APPROX POSIT 34-39-31.142N 077-05-52.445W (34°39.5191N / 077°5.8741W, 34.658651 / -77.097901) .

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    • LNM: Pasquatank River Light Relocated, Dismal Swamp Route Statute Mile 62


      This ICW light is off Bluff Point on the southwest side of the Waterway’s Dismal Swamp route through the Pasquatank River south of Elizabeth City, NC.


      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN CHANGED AND RELOCATED.
      A. PASQUATANK RIVER LIGHT 3 (LLNR 31405) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSIT 36-12-10.531N, 076-04-03.902W AND CHANGED TO PASQUATANK RIVER WRECK LIGHT WR3 (LLNR 31405).

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