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    • LNM: Reminder: Live Firing Exercises, Nov 12-18, 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, especially new Snow Birds, who might be considering exploring New River and Stones Bay, that these are live firing exercises. Stand Clear!


      1. NORTH CAROLINA – NEW RIVER – FIRING EXERCISES FROM 12 NOV TO 18 NOV 2018

      2. THE RESTRICTED AREAS IN THE NEW RIVER, AS SHOWN ON NATIONAL OCEAN
      SERVICE CHART 11542, THAT WILL BE CLOSED TO NAVIGATION BECAUSE OF
      STONE BAY RIFLE RANGE FIRING EXERCISES. 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.

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

      4. 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.

      5. 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.

      6. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON FIRING EXERCISES CONTACT CAMP LEJEUNE
      RANGE CONTROL AT 910-451-3064/4449.

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    • Healy Report: Problem Stretches Browns Inlet/AICW and New River Inlet/AICW

      Experienced cruisers, Jim and Peg Healy, continue to generously share their observations and advice as they make their way south for the winter, in this case surveys of two Problem Stretches as posted on AGLCA’s Forum.. Thank you Jim and Peg! Regarding Jim’s observations at the New River Inlet/AICW intersection, see LNM: AICW Buoy 70 Off-Station.

      In these screen shots, the Lime Green line is the USACE Route provided by Bib Sherer and Tim Hale. The Blue highlighted track is what we did yesterday.

      BROWN’S INLET:

      NEW RIVER INLET:

      One more detail about New River. Just now looking at NOAA charts on Coastal Explorer and Aqua Maps on iOS, I note that the most recent charts DO NOT show R72A where it actually is today. And as you can see, it also obsoletes the USACE Lime Green route. R72A TODAY is on a straight line extended from connecting G71 and R72. Why in G-d’s name the USCG did that is beyond me. It’s EXTREMELY CONFUSING when you come up on it to see red-green-red all in a line like that.
      Jim and Peg Healy
      Monk 36 Hull #132
      MMSI #367042570
      AGLCA #3767
      MTOA #3436

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

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To This AICW Problem Stretch

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

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    • Tom Hale Reports on NC Inlet Crossings

      Our sincerest thanks to Tom Hale for sharing this detailed look at Waterway conditions along the North Carolina coast as fellow cruisers prepare for the Fall migration.

      For the past 5 years I have been monitoring the ICW. My drive is largely enlightened self-interest. We transit the ICW route every year. Over time, we have developed a small group of like minded travelers with whom we have shared notes and observations. The sources I have come to rely on are the USCG Districts 5 and 7 weekly Notice to Mariners, and the USACE Wilmington NC and Charleston SC, district web pages. I also have learned a lot from, and shared content with Hank Pomeranz of Southport SC, Bob Sherer (AKA bob4230 and a small fleet of experienced cruises who transit the ICW and the ocean inlets on a regular basis. My notes and observations following Florence have been posted on the SAIL Magazine Secrets of the ICW Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/SailTheICW/ ) ) and on SAILfeed at (https://www.sailfeed.com/writers/icw-snowbird-rally/)

      North Carolina ICW Inlet Crossing Updates 10/19/2018

      In the days following the passage of hurricane Florence, the USACE Wilmington District survey crews were out on the ICW surveying the waters and collecting data. In just a matter of weeks all of the most critical sections of the NC ICW were resurveyed and the survey content was made available on the USACE Wilmington website ( https://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Navigation/Hydrographic-Surveys/AIWW/CFRLR/) . The overall impression is that the ICW route is passable, although it is shoaled in some places and narrowed along much of its length, particularly in the known trouble spots. The USACE provided waypoints for transiting the trouble spots. Any cruiser venturing through this section of the ICW should have access to the above website and should study the route and the waypoints. One extremely important component of the USACE surveys is that they precisely place the ATONS as they were located at the time of the survey. Your charts will not necessarily be accurate in this regard.

      A month after Florence, hurricane Michael transited this area. As of 10/19/2018 I have not found any subsequent USACE surveys. The foregoing information is based upon the post Florence surveys with anecdotal observations and input from cruisers who have transited post Michael .

      The following screen shots show the USACE surveys post Florence, displayed on NOAA charts. I placed the waypoints where they seemed most appropriate given the survey data. They are similar to where the USACE survey waypoints are placed. There are no new surveys after the passage of Michael: the ICW channel may have changed!

      There were three areas which particularly caught my attention after Florence and which have been further defined by subsequent vessel transits post Michael.

      New River Inlet crossing – Comments from cruisers post Michael say “square off the corner” at way point 2. Do not round off that corner. It appears that there has been additional shoaling as a result of hurricane Michael. Watch out for the shoals at waypoint 5. The channel through here is narrow. There is about 3.5 feet of tide in Lockwoods Folly . It is strongly advised that if you draw 4 feet or more, enter on a rising tide .

      2. STM 320 – Just about one mile east of Lockwoods Folly and immediately west of R36 there is a shoal encroaching on the red side of the channel. Stay centered. If the depth finder starts to 2. indicate shallow water, try sliding a bit towards the south “green” side of the channel right here.

      3. Lockwoods Folly – The USACE surveys have placed the ATONS in new locations. You MUST have access to this information. The Surveys are available as PDFs. As of 10/19/2018 cruisers have reported that the ATONs were in agreement with the USACE charts. In particular, notice G47! Reports post Michael indicate that between R46 and R46B there may be additional shoaling Similar reports have come in between R48 and R48B.

      An additional means to view the USACE surveys is in Google Earth.
      1. Open Google Earth
      2. Open USACE Wilmington District Web Page
      3. Find the inlet crossing of interest. Let’s choose, New River Inlet Crossing.
      4. Click on the KMZ link and a KMZ file will be downloaded.
      5. Click on the downloaded file and it will open in Google Earth. Voila.
      6. The KMZ file does not have the ATONS. However, you can create a path through the inlet crossing and manually enter the latitude and longitude of the waypoints.
      Tom Hale

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    • Healy Report: Morehead City to Wrightsville Beach, NC

      Belhaven

      Experienced cruisers, Jim and Peg Healy, continue to generously share their observations and advice as they make their way south for the winter. Thank you Jim and Peg! Regarding Jim’s observations at the New River Inlet/AICW intersection, see LNM: AICW Buoy 70 Off-Station.

      Today is Friday, 10/19/2018. Sanctuary and crew traveled from Morehead City to Wrightsville Beach. The section from Morehead City to Swansboro is unremarkable. No significant changes.

      I have updated all of my routes to incorporate the data made available from the USACE, so I mean no criticism of anyone. Following are just my observations, as I had a couple of surprises.

      At Brown’s Inlet, the USACE routes are the correct shape, but displaced a bit to the north. In other words, heading south, if I had let the autopilot drive the route, I would have overshot the turns. The waypoints did not quite coincide with the markers in the water, and I had to make manual corrections. The good news is, there are floating Red and Green markers at Brown’s Inlet that accurately guide boaters through the area.

      I planned perfectly to arrive at the New River Inlet at dead low tide. (Listening for applause…. Hearing none, I continue…) Southbound past Mile Hammock Bay approaching the New River Inlet ICW Crossing, three markers are prominently visible; they are prodigiously confusing. To the visual left, there is I think floating R72A; it is not more than about 30 ft off the shoreline; to it’s visual right, there is a now obsolete Green, and to it’s right, a second probably obsolete Red. So, left to right, red, green, red… What to do, what to do? ALL STOP!

      A boat before us had gone between the Green and rightmost Red marker; the original ICW markers… and promptly ran aground. OK, that’s what I had expected from the description of the shoaling in that area, but the leftmost Red floater is so close to the shoreline that one doubts it is correctly positioned. I called the grounded boat, and the captain said he had watched boats honor that leftmost Red successfully. So I proceeded at idle speed (never approach anything faster than you’d want to hit it), but I can tell you, that routeline puts the boat very close to shore; more so than the preplan USACE route. And, water depths are prodigiously shallow; no more than 4.5″ at MLW. The USACE route’s shape is right on, but I again found the actual waypoints did not coincide with the physical placement of markers… the route needed manual intervention. Then as I approached the south end of the Inlet, there is a lone Red marker on a post. The USACE route does not honor that marker; it holds the marker to STBD. I was confused, and decided to honor the marker. My track went well wide of the preplan route, and again, I saw no more than 4.5′ – 5′ of water.

      Finally, similar observation about the Mason Inlet Crossing. There are Red and Green floating markers that correctly identify the route through the area, but the route waypoints do not quite coincide with the markers in the water. They are close and the shape is correct, but manual corrections are needed.

      So anyway, the route guidance is very good, but does need onsite adjustment. It’s not always possible to time tides, but to the extent one has a choice, low tide is not the best time to transit New River Inlet.

      Just my observations…

      Jim and Peg Healy
      Monk 36 Hull #132
      MMSI #367042570
      AGLCA #3767
      MTOA #3436

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    • 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

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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, especially new Snow Birds, 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.

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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: ICW Shoaling Reported, Bogue Sound, AICW Statute Mile 211


      This reported ICW shoaling begins south of Spooner Creek and continues south for c. 1.5 miles.

      NC – BOGUE SOUND – SHOALING
      Shoaling has been reported between Bogue Sound Daybeacon 10 (LLNR 38875) and Bogue Sound Daybeacon 14 (LLNR 38895), 10 yards into the channel to a depth of 1-2 feet MLW. Mariners are advised to use extreme caution while navigating this area. NC BNM 228-18 Chart 11541 LNM 29/18

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    • LNM: Lighted Inlet Buoy 6 Reported Off-Station, Bogue Inlet, NC, near AICW Statute Mile 277


      Users of Bogue Inlet are very accustomed to difficulties with these uncharted buoys and the shifting channel. Cruisers’ Net recommends recent local knowledge before navigating Bogue Inlet. Buoy 6 has been relocated, see https://cruisersnet.net/173155


      SEC NC BNM 306-18
      NORTH CAROLINA – NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (CHART 11541)
      BOGUE INLET LIGHTED BUOY 6(LLNR 29520) REPORTED OFF STATION.

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    • LNM: Shoaling Reported in Bogue Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 227


      This reported shoaling is between uncharted inlet buoys 6A and 8. A pin has been inserted into Chartview to indicate the position of buoy 6A.

      NC – BOGUE INLET – SHOALING
      Shoaling exists in the channel in the vicinity of Bogue Inlet Buoy 6A (LLNR 29525) through Bogue Inlet Buoy 7 (LLNR 29530) and Bogue Inlet Buoy 8 (LLNR 29535). Mariners are advised to use extreme caution while navigating this area.
      Chart 12205 LNM 22/18

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    • LNM: Inlet Buoy 9A Added to Bogue Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 227


      Bogue Inlet’s uncharted buoys are frequently reported as missing or off-station. This added buoy will help, but local knowledge and caution are required to safely navigate this inlet. A pin has been added to Chartview to indicate the new buoy’s position.


      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED.

      A. BOGUE INLET BUOY 9A (LLNR 29539) HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED IN APPROX POSIT 34-38-54.678N, 077-06-25.939W (34°38.9113N / 077°6.4323W, 34.648522 / -77.107205) .

       

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    • LNM: Shoaling Reported, Bogue Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 227


      Shoaling has always been a problem in Bogue Inlet as well as the AICW/Bogue Inlet intersection. Use of Bogue Inlet is recommended only with local knowledge. Buoys 6A, 7 and 8 are uncharted, but a pin has been included at the position of buoy 6A.


      SECTOR NORTH CAROLINA BNM 254-18
      NC – BOGUE INLET – SHOALING
      BROADCAST UNTIL CANCELLED

      1. MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT SHOALING EXISTS IN THE CHANNEL IN VICINITY OF BOGUE INLET BUOY 6A (LLNR 29525) THROUGH BOGUE INLET BUOY 7(LLNR 29530) AND BOGUE INLET BUOY 8 (LLNR 29535). MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO USE EXTREME CAUTION WHILE NAVIGATING THIS AREA.

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    • ICW Marker 72 Reported Off-Station, New River Inlet/AICW Intersection Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 247


      Southport Marina

      Shoaling and groundings are always possible in the constantly shifting sands of the New River Inlet/AICW Intersection area and our thanks to Hank Pomeranz of Carolina Yacht Care, a partner of Southport Marina, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, for this Problem Stretch notice. For another recent report from this AICW intersection, see https://cruisersnet.net/171321

      This reported to me this morning along with attached photo. Please help get the word out.
      Report from Skipper Tim Burr, M/V Bella
      R72 has dragged way off charted location. Now way too close to shore and considerably northeast of chart location. Ignore, stay center…”

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

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      Thanks

      Hank

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    • LNM: Shoaling and New ICW Buoy 10A, Bogue Sound, NC, AICW Statute Mile 211


      This shoaling and new Waterway buoy is in northern Bogue Sound south of Morehead City.


      SECTOR NORTH CAROLINA BNM 228-18
      NC – BOGUE SOUND – SHOALING
      1. MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT SHOALING HAS BEEN REPORTED BETWEEN BOGUE SOUND DBN 10 AND 14, 10 YARDS INTO THE CHANNEL TO A DEPTH OF 1-2 FEET MLW. MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO USE EXTREME CAUTION WHILE NAVIGATING THIS AREA.

      CCGD5 BNM 229-18
      A. NC – NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND -BOGUE SOUND (CHART 11541)
      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED.
      B. BOGUE SOUND BUOY 10A, RED NUN, IN APPROX POSIT 34-43-24.995N,076-49-45.038W (34°43.4166N / 076°49.7506W, 34.723610 / -76.829177) .

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    • Local Knowledge Sought for Browns Inlet, near Statute Mile 237


      With a shallow draft vessel drawing only 30 inches, Douglas asks for advice on navigating Browns Inlet – the inlet proper, not the Problem Stretch AICW intersection.

      What is last date anybody has used Browns inlet? I am new to area. Looking for a safe inlet to use. Thanks
      Douglas Benz

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    • Tom Hale on the New River Inlet/AICW Intersection Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 247


      Shoaling and groundings are always possible in the constantly shifting sands of the New River Inlet/AICW Intersection area and our thanks to Tom Hale for this Problem Stretch advice. For a recent grounding report from this AICW intersection, see https://cruisersnet.net/168114.

       
      Click Here for Tom’s Article: https://www.sailfeed.com/2018/04/new-river-inlet-crossing-stm-247/

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

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    • Marker Uncertainty at Browns Inlet/AICW Intersection, Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 237


      Our thanks to Kevin and Debbie Stone for this Problem Stretch report. Last dredged in November of 2016, Browns Inlet is a perennial shoaling threat and it is wise to follow the advice Cruisers’ Net has been giving for some time: follow the markers and do NOT follow the Magenta Line in this stretch of the ICW! See an Oct ’17 survey.

      Mile 236, Browns Inlet, NC
      Green floating markers may not be accurately marking recent shoaling.
      Today about 1 hour prior to low tide, a catamaran was aground mid-channel.
      Our 4.5′ draft successfully transited close to floating Red 60.
      Kevin and Debbie Stone

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

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    • Grounding Reported, New River Inlet/AICW Intersection, Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 247


      Shoaling and groundings are always possible in the constantly shifting sands of the New River Inlet/AICW Intersection area and our thanks to Joe Heinrich for this Problem Stretch report. For a recent survey of this AICW intersection, see /167813.

      Big trawler grounded in center 10/30/17 at 2 hours after low tide. Trawler Sanctuary [Editor: not Jim Healy’s Sanctuary] in front of us tried to go to the 3 floating reds after dayboard red 72 but had to reverse away from shallow and warned us. We went toward green side (no buoys) and stayed away from all the reds until after dayboard 74. Actually, it followed Fleetwing’s waypoints he set on view he submitted. It was shallow but we didn’t bump needing 4 ft
      Joe Heinrich

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