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  • SSECN Alert 7/08/13

    I. LOTS Of News and Many, Many Thanks to the Cruising Community
    II. Northern Gulf ICW CLOSED Between Panama City/West Bay and Choctawhatchee Bay (near Statute Mile 265)
    III. The Oriental, NC Derelict/Live Aboard Controversy, Statute Mile 181 – Article and Editorial
    IV. Another Report of AICW Shoaling On Sawpit Creek (Statute Mile 730-731)
    V. Our IMPROVED Statute Mile/Lat-Lon Chart View Search Widget Is READY!
    VI. Sunken Vessel in New Pass Channel, Sarasota, FL, near Western Florida ICW Statute Mile 74.5
    VII. SSECN and AIWA Join Forces To Encourage US Army Corps of Engineers to Dredge Two North Carolina AICW Problem Stretches
    VIII. The Good and the Less Than Good About Jekyll Harbor Marina (Statute Mile 684.5)
    IX. You Know It’s a Good Cruising Day When . . .
    X. The Changing Face of Belhaven, NC – GOOD NEWS for the Cruising Community (Statute Mile 135.5)
    XI. Fascinating “Antique Shop” Within Walking Distance of Titusville Harbor, AICW Statute Mile 879
    XII. Hazard: Aid to Navigation Destroyed in Indian Key Pass, Western Florida – Ten Thousand Islands Region
    XIII. AICW Shoaling Reported South of Fernandina Beach (Statute Mile 719.5)
    XIV. BEWARE Mariner’s Disease – Mycobacterium Marinum
    XV. GOOD NEWS for North Carolina Cruisers and The AICW
    XVI. Question re Anchoring Restrictions in Big Bayou Anchorage, Western Shore of Tampa Bay
    XVII. Have You Ever Wondered . . .
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 7/08/13

  • SSECN Alert 6/21/13

    I. Dredging to Begin at AICW/Okeechobee Waterway/St. Lucie River/St. Lucie Inlet Intersection, Statute Mile 987, Stuart, FL
    II. Useful Visual Account of Trip Across Okeechobee Waterway
    III. SSECN Marina/Anchorage Review Contest – We Have A Winner
    IV. Lady’s Island Marina – Beaufort, SC – Still Seeking Applicants For Their Dockmaster Position
    V. Withlacoochee River Entrance Aid to Navigation Destroyed, Western Florida Big Bend Region
    VI. Derelict Issues Hit Oriental, NC, AICW Statute Mile 181
    VII. Flashing Red Marker #36 on the AICW/Waccamaw River REPLACED
    VIII. Repairs on US 74/76 Bridge in Wrightsville Beach Extended, AICW Statute Mile 283.1
    IX. Good Words for Mile Marker 0 Marine Supply, Portsmouth, VA
    X. Report on Depth at AICW Passage Through Southern Ramshorn Creek, AICW Statute Mile 570
    XI. Blimp Factory on Pasquotank River (near Statute Mile 59)
    XII. Dredging Begun in Ponce De Leon Inlet, near AICW Statute Miles 843 and 839
    XIV. Florida Keys Wish List Is Coming
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 6/21/13

  • SSECN Alert 6/07/13

    I. Columbia Marina – Under New Ownership and Completely Rebuilt – On the Beautiful Scuppernong River at Columbia, NC
    II. New City Docks (Plymouth Landing Marina) and Services for Visiting Cruisers at Plymouth, NC, on the Roanoke River, off Western Albemarle Sound
    III. Lady’s Island Marina (Beaufort, SC) Seeks New Dockmaster (Statute Mile 536.5
    IV. Upcoming Highlights for Edenton’s 300th Annivesary Celebration
    V. Rialto Harbor Marina Closed, Okeechobee Waterway, Near Statute Mile 120
    VI. Hazard to Navigation, off the Okeechobee Waterway/Caloosahatchee River, Statute Mile 140.5, Cape Coral, FL
    VII. Severe AICW Shoaling at Sawpit Creek, Statute Mile 731
    VIII. Detailed Report on Little River Inlet, South Carolina Navigation (near Statute Mile 342)
    IX. Fernandina Harbor Marina and Fernandina Beach Dining (Statute Mile 831)
    X. Come Celebrate “National Marina Day” On June 8, 2013 at Harbourgate Marina (Statute Mile 347)
    XI. Flashing Red Marker #36 on the AICW/Waccamaw River Destroyed BUT Temporary Lighted Floating Marker Now In Place (Statute Mile 377)
    XII. Hazard to Navigation, AICW Statute Mile 951.5, Vero Beach, FL
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 6/07/13

  • SSECN Alert 5/24/13

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Announces Our New “I”nfo Icon Feature
    II. Dangerous Shoaling Reported Inside South Jetty, Charleston, SC near AICW Statute Mile 469
    III. Report from Mooring Field at Marina Jacks, Sarasota, FL, Statute Mile 73
    IV. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Garners Welcome Fuel Price Reporting Recognition on Panbo.com
    V. 15th Annual Edenton Music and Water Festival Slated For 5/31/13 to 6/1/13
    VI. Update on Shoaling Reported at Longboat Pass (Inlet) Channel, north of Sarasota, FL, 5/17/13
    VII. FREE NOAA Charting Program Now Available on Android
    VIII. Support Vessel Acquired for a Worthy Cause
    IX. Two AICW Aids to Navigation Damaged on Indian River
    X. Report From Inlet Marina (Statute Mile 775.5)
    XI. Two Valuable Reports of North Carolina AICW Shoaling
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 5/24/13

  • SSECN Alert 5/17/13

    I. A HUGE Vote of Thanks to the Cruising Community, and A Special Request
    II. Terrific Input Received For North Carolina 5/09/13 Wish List
    II. Shoaling on Southern Foot of Sunshine Skyway Channel, at the Mouth of Tampa Bay
    IV. Delegal Creek Marina (Statute Mile 600)
    V. Change of Opening Schedule, Addison Point/John F. Kennedy Space Center Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 885
    VI. AICW Problem Stretch Shoaling Confirmed Near McClellanville, SC, Statute Mile 434
    VII. Update on Shoaling Reported at Longboat Pass (Inlet) Channel, north of Sarasota, FL, 5/17/13
    VIII. Missing Light at Ft. Pierce Inlet/AICW Intersection, Statute Mile 966.
    IX. Shoaling in St. Lucie River, Okeechobee Waterway, Statute Mile 1, Stuart, FL
    X. Cruising on Albemarle Sound from the AICW to Columbia, NC, on the Scuppernong River
    XI. Umbrella Cut Alternate AICW Passage (Statute Miles 685.5 to 695.5)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 5/17/13

  • SSECN Alert 5/04/13

    I. Terrific Input Received For South Carolina 4/30/13 Wish List
    II. South Carolina 4/30/13 Wish List Questions and Answers of Particular Interest
    III. UPDATE: Nighttime Restrictions on Gilmerton Bridge Extended to May 31, 2013, AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    IV. May River and Bluffton (off Calibogue Sound, near AICW St. M. 559.5)
    V. St. Lucie Inlet Buoys Repositioning Underway, near AICW Statute Mile 987
    VI. A-1 Fuel Services Recommended in Fort Myers to Marco Island Area
    VII. Repairs on US 74/76 Bridge in Wrightsville Beach Extended, AICW Statute Mile 283.1
    VIII. Florida Keys Summer, 2013 Festivals and Events
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 5/04/13

  • SSECN Alert 4/19/13

    I. Expect An AICW “Wish List” Shortly
    II. FANTASTIC Spring, 2013 Dockage Offer at Bennett Brothers Yachts/Cape Fear Marina – Wilmington, NC on the Cape Fear River
    III. The “Tastiest” Dockage Deal on the AICW – Bucksport Marina, Statute Mile 377
    IV. Latest Update on St. Augustine Inlet Aids to Navigation (Statute Mile 776)
    V. Okeechobee Waterway/St. Lucie River Shoaling Near AICW Intersection, Statute Mile 988.5
    VI. Heritage Plantation Marina (St. M. 394.5) Seeks New Dockmaster
    VII. Senseless Vandalism at the Georgetown Lighthouse
    VIII. Damaged Florida Keys Inside Route Aid to Navigation, Statute Mile 1108
    IX. Big Sarasota Pass Discussion
    X. Derelict Adrift near Jekyll Harbor Marina, AICW Statute Mile 684.5
    XI. Expect Daylight Closures of Alligator River Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 85
    XII. HAZARD: Bache Shoal Aid to Navigation Damaged, Hawk Channel, near AICW Statute Mile 1110
    XIII. Edenton, North Carolina Slated to Hold 300th Anniversary Celebration Cruiser Rally 5/6/13 to 5/12/13
    XIV. Regatta Pointe Marina Will Host West Marine Nautical Expo 5/4/13 to 5/5/13 (Manatee River, off Tampa Bay)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 4/19/13

  • SSECN Alert 4/12/13

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Announces Spring, 2013 Marina/Anchorage Review Contest
    II. SSECN Discovers the Real Story Concerning the Wright River/Northern Fields Cut AICW Problem Stretch
    III. Spring, 2013 Waters of Particular Concern
    IV. The Most Important SSECN Improvement You’ll Probably Never Notice
    V. Good Stretch To Sight Eagles on South Carolina AICW, St. M. 416 to 410
    VI. U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, D-N.C. Announces $585,000 For Dredging of Carolina Beach Inlet and Intracoastal Waterway
    VII. Good Words for Hidden Harbor Yacht Club (Statute Mile 670.5)
    VIII. VIII. Key Largo Humphrey Bogart Film Festival, May 2-5, 2013
    IX. Punta Gorda Will Host Annual Dragon Boat Racing Event, 4/13/13
    X. Annual Soft Shell Crab Festival on April 20th, Port Royal, SC, AICW Statute Mile 540
    XI. Spring Fling at Bucksport Marina, April 5-7, AICW Statute Mile 377
    XII. Shoaling in Salt Ponds Entrance Channel, Lower Chesapeake Bay
    XIII. Strong Tidal Currents on AICW/Elliott Cut/Wappoo Creek Lead To A Change in Plans
    XIV. Harbourgate Marina (St. M. 347) Will Host “Little River Sports and Outdoor Living Show, 4/13/14 to 4/14/13
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 4/12/13

  • SSECN Alert 4/02/13

    I. AICW Groundings South of Fernandina Beach, AICW Statute Mile 731
    II. Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association Reports on Recent Washington, DC Trip
    III. St. Marys, Georgia READY To Greet Cruisers
    IV. Important – Nightly Closure for SR 74 Bridge in Wrightsville Beach, NC to Begin 4/16/13 and Stretch to 3/1/14, AICW Statute Mile 283.1
    V. Fort Pierce City Marina Entrance Channel Now Dredged to 7 1/2 Feet MLW (Statute Mile 966.5)
    VI. A Very Strange “Water Bug”
    VII. Praise for Longboat Key Club Moorings, Western Florida ICW Statute Mile 77
    VIII. Key Largo Will Host “Second Annual Brew on the Bay,” April 4-7, 2013
    IX. Two Recommendation for A1A Ale House (St. Augustine, Fl, near St. M. 778)
    X. Old House Channel Dredging, North of Oregon Inlet Into Roanoke Sound, off the AICW
    XI. Spring Fling at Bucksport Marina, April 5-7, AICW Statute Mile 377
    XII. Reproduction Nina and Pinta Slated For Visit to Regatta Pointe Marina, April 5-15, 2013
    XIII. Okeechobee Waterway Cruising News
    XIV. Washington, NC Slated to Hold One Day “Marine Market,” April 27, 2013
    XV. Frederica River Anchorages (off the AICW on Frederica River Near St. M. 666)
    XVI. Don’t Dare Miss Moore’s Stone Crab Restaurant New Jewfish Key Anchorages (Western Florida ICW Statute Mile 85)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 4/02/13

  • SSECN Alert 3/11/13

    I. Serious AICW Shoaling At Intersection with Southern Ponce Inlet Channel (Statute Mile 843)
    II. Steep 275% to 1025% North Carolina Boat Fee Registration Increases Proposed
    III. Good Dining and Beer In Downtown Sarasota, Florida (off the Western Florida ICW at St. M. 73)
    IV. Famous “Bucksport Sausage” Is BACK, And Bucksport Marina Spring Fling Planned For April 5-7 (Statute Mile 377)
    V. Worrisome Shoaling at AICW/Shallotte Inlet Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 330
    VI. Restrictions to Navigation on St. Lucie Canal/Okeechobee Waterway Lifted as of March 7, 2013
    VII. Entrance Channel into Tween Waters Marina, off Western Florida ICW Statute Mile 14
    VIII. Report from Islamorada Anchorage, Florida Keys Inside Route Statute Mile 1160
    IX. Amelia Island Yacht Basin (St. M. 720.5) Offers SUPER Winter Into Spring, 2013
    X. Breakwater Construction Underway at St. Augustine Municipal Marina, AICW Statute Mile 778
    XI. How Would You Like To See This When Coming On Deck
    XII. Is Maule Lake An Anchorage???? (Off the AICW at Statute Mile 1077.5)
    XIII. St. Johns River Cruising News
    XIV. Frightening Collision Story
    XV. IMPORTANT – More on Marker/Charting Confusion and Increased Shoaling on AICW’s Passage Through Georgia’s St. Andrew Sound (St. M. 690)
    XVI. Bayview Reef Being Expanded on Pamlico River, well off the AICW, near Bath Creek
    XVII. Charleston In-Water Boat Show Slated For April 12-14
    XVIII. Newfound Harbor Northern Anchorage Off-Limits to Masted Vessels, west of Hawk Channel, Outside Route Statute Mile 1207
    XIX. Completion Delayed on Snows Cut Bridge Repairs, Carolina Beach, NC, AICW Statute Mile 295.7
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 3/11/13

  • SSECN Alert 2/08/13

    I. St. Johns River Cruising Opportunities
    II. Southwestern Florida Cruising News
    III. Great Photo of the New Gilmerton Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    IV. IMPORTANT: Fender Repairs Restricting Navigation at L.B. Knox Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 816
    V. Mangrove Marina – Florida Keys Inside Route – Key Largo (Statute Mile 1150)
    VI. Shoaling at Southern Ponce de Leon Inlet Channel/AICW Intersection, Statue Mile 843
    VII. Good Words for Palmetto Bay Marina, east of AICW Statute Mile 564
    VIII. Washington, NC To Host East Carolina Wildlife Arts Festival, Feb. 8-10, 2013
    IX. Exciting New Amenities Now Open at Old Port Cove Marina (Statute Mile 1014)
    X. Missing Marker north of Blackburn Swing Bridge Could Be Navigational Hazard, Western Florida ICW, Statute Mile 63.5
    XI. Missing Aid to Navigation at AICW/Jupiter Inlet Intersection, Statute Mile 1005
    XII. Missing Marker in Darien River, west of AICW Statute Mile 655
    XIII. Anchoring on the Eastern Shore Lake Worth Channel (Palm Beach, near St. M. 1018.5)
    XIV. Turtle Cove Marina (Tarpon Springs, FL on the Anclote River)
    XV. Dredging in AICW/Port Everglades, Statute Mile 1066
    XVI. “Emergency Maintenance Dredging” to Begin In Fort Pierce Inlet Channel 2/4/13, near AICW Statute Mile 966
    XVII. Input Sought For Peck Lake Anchorage (Statute Mile 992)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 2/08/13

  • SSECN Alert 1/25/13

    I. Important – Florida Boat Registration Questions Answered
    II. Dredging between Captiva and Sanibel Islands, Pine Island Sound, Western Florida Coastline
    III. Shoaling in Motts Channel, Wrightsville Beach, NC, AICW Statute Mile 283.3
    IV. Garmin’s New Quatix GPS Marine Watch
    V. Making a Dinghy Legal in Florida
    VI. Map Depicts Two Small Anchoring Areas on Manatee Pocket (near Statute Mile 988)
    VII. Steel Bridge Replacement Construction to Begin, AICW Statute Mile 8.8
    VIII. Report from Hell Gate, AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 602
    IX. More on Pelican Bay Anchorages (hard by Cayo Costa Island/State Park)
    X. Shoaling Surveyed in New Topsail Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 270
    XI. Praise for Calusa Island Marina (Marco Island, Western Florida Coastline)
    XII. GREAT Advice About Cruising Western Florida’s Big Bend Region
    XIII. Florida Waterfront Homeowner Speaks Out
    XIV. Update on Vertical Clearance(s!!) of Broadway Bridge, Daytona Beach, Statute Mile 830.5
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 1/25/13

  • SSECN Alert 1/18/13

    I. First Annual “Taste The Good Life In Little Washington” Festival Slated For February 21, 2013 6:00 – 8:30pm
    II. “Druggies” Using Crab Pots In the Gulf of Mexico??????
    III. A New Wrinkle in the Florida Sojouners Permit/FL Registration Discussion
    IV. AICW Problem Stretch Shoaling Confirmed Near McClellanville, SC, Statute Mile 434
    V. Ft. Pierce City Marina Entrance Channel Dredging Underway, AICW Statute Mile 966.5
    VI. Major New Facility, “Port City Marina” Slated to Open in Downtown Wilmington, NC During Summer, 2013
    VII. IMPORTANT – Okeechobee Waterway to be Partially CLOSED, 2/11/13 to 3/11/13
    VIII. Dredging of Two North Carolina AICW Problem Stretches Confirmed
    IX. Ballast Point/Tampa Yacht Club Aid to Navigation Destroyed, Hillsboro Bay, Tampa, FL
    X. Report and Comments on Bradenton Beach Anchorage (Western Florida ICW, Statute Mile 87)
    XI. UPDATE ON GILMERTON BRIDGE!…AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 1/18/13

  • SSECN Alert 1/11/13

    I. Our Sincere Thanks to the Cruising Community For Making 2012 Our Best Year EVER
    II. SSECN Strategic Web Partner, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association, Publishes First 2013 Newsletter
    III. GREAT Video of the Winning Entry in the 2012 Key Largo Boat Christmas Boat Parade
    IV. Edenton, North Carolina Slated to Hold 300th Anniversary Celebration Cruiser Rally 5/6/13 to 5/12/13
    V. Florida “Sojourner’s Permit” Reprise.
    VI. Interesting Night in Russell Pass Southern Anchorage, between Indian Key and Everglades City
    VII. Mile Marker 0 Marine Supply Is Moving
    VIII. New Docks and Dockage Rate at Riviera Beach Municipal Marina, AICW Statute Mile 1018
    IX. New Pink Shell Resort Marina Opens in Fort Myers Beach
    X. Additional Information on Main Street Bridge, St. Johns River, Jacksonville, FL
    XI. IMPORTANT – Serious Shoaling on Jeremy Creek – McClellanville, SC (Statute Mile 430)
    XII. Sunken Vessel Reported in Stump Pass Channel (off Western Florida ICW, Statute Mile 41)
    XIII. Shoaling Reported at Longboat Pass (Inlet) Channel, north of Sarasota, FL
    XIV. Reduced Clearance Reported at Socastee Bridge,…AICW Statute Mile 371
    XV. Sears Landing Restaurant – A REAL FIND!, Surf City, NC, AICW Statute Mile 260.5
    XVI. Restaurant Now Open At Crystal Cove Marina (St. Johns River, north of Palatka)
    XVII. Concrete Hazard on Entrance to Lake Sylvia From The AICW (Fort Lauderdale, FL – Statute Mile 1064.6)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 1/11/13

  • SSECN Alert 12/21/12

    I. A Note of Sincere Thanks to the Cruising Community
    II. IMPORTANT – More AICW Shoaling Reported at Statute Mile 270, near New Topsail Inlet
    III. Possible Shortcut From St. Catherine Sound to Walburg Creek Anchorage (St. M. 619)
    IV. The Coolest Boat at the Launching Ramp
    V. MARK YOUR CALENDARS – Fort Myers Beach 6′th Annual Cruisers’ Appreciation Day Slated For 3/23/13
    VI. UPDATE: Triumph Reef Aid to Navigation Destroyed on Hawk Channel, Florida Keys Between Miami and Key Largo
    VII. A Word of Caution about Conflicting Currents at AICW/St. Augustine Inlet, Statute Mile 777.3
    VIII. Things Have CHANGED On Troup Creek, Georgia (Statute Mile 670.5, just north of Brunswick, GA)
    IX. Little Shark River Southern Fork Anchorage
    X. More Reports of Shoaling at AICW/Shallotte Inlet Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 330
    XI. GREAT Videos of Key Largo (Florida Keys) Christmas Boat Parade, 2012
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 12/21/12

  • SSECN Alert 12/14/12

    I. An Open Letter to the Cruising Community
    II. Controversial Martin County (Stuart, Florida) Anchorage Restrictions Approved
    III. New Downtown Wilmington, NC Marina Under Construction, Off the AICW on Cape Fear River
    IV. Marineland Marina Announces December, 2012 and January, 2013 Dockage/Tour Deals
    V. TONS AND TONS of Western Florida Cruising News
    VI. Two Florida Keys Articles of Interest
    VII. Higher than Normal Tides Lower Vertical Clearance at Hwy 802/McTeer Bridge
    VIII. Northeastern Florida Cruising News.
    IX. Marker #4 Back on Station in St. Agustine Inlet
    X. North Carolina Bridge News.
    XI. “Sailorman” Highly Recommended, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
    XII. Peck Lake Anchorage (Statute Mile 992)
    XIII. Important November, 2012 Observations on the AICW/Shallotte Inlet Problem Stretch (Statute Mile 330)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 12/14/12

  • SSECN Alert 11/16/12

    I. ARGUS Data Now Being Updated Continuously By Two Research Craft Heading South Down the AICW
    II. A Host of Excellent “Cruising News” Articles Authored by Captains Mark and Diana Doyle Just Published
    III. Missing Aid to Navigation South of Fernandina Beach, AICW Statute Mile 718.5
    IV. AICW Channel North of Charleston, SC Harbor, Between the Ben Sawyer and Isle of Palm Bridges, DOWNGRADED From Navigation Alert to AICW Problem Stretch
    V. Aid to Navigation Destroyed in Garrison Bight Channel, Key West, Florida
    VI. Dredging to Begin 11/16/12 at Browns Inlet/AICW Intersection Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 237
    VII. Skull Creek Marina Fall, 2012 Dockage and Repair Specials (Statute Mile 555)
    VIII. Lots of Western Florida Cruising News
    IX. Praise for Georgia Waterway and Report from Hell Gate AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 602
    X. Boat/US Shares Article Describing Historic Damage to Pleasurecraft, Courtesy of Hurricane Sandy
    XI. “The Crab Shack” on Sixmile Creek (off the St. Johns River)
    XII. Barrier Island Project Takes Shape at Fort Pierce City Marina (Statute Mile 966.5)
    XIII. AICW Navigation Alert: Groundings at Wrightsville Beach/SR 74 Bridge, Statute Mile 283.1
    XIV. Port Royal Landing Marina Plans Cruisers’ Thanksgiving Celebration 11/22/12 at 1:00 PM (Statute Mile 539)
    XV. Updated Report from AICW/Ashepoo Coosaw Cutoff Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 515

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 11/16/12

  • SSECN Alert 10/26/12

    I. Nervously Awaiting Hurricane Sandy
    II. Boat/US Releases Updated “2013 Florida Anchoring Information Sheet”
    III. Good News and New Ownership at Fort McAllister Marina (on the Ogeechee River, off the AICW at St. M. 603.5)
    IV. Marker #24 Destroyed On Indian Key to Everglades City/Barron River Channel, Southwestern Florida
    V. Missing Marker at Northern Fields Cut AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 573.
    VI. Lots and Lots of Superb Information About St. Augustine Inlet and the City of St. Augustine
    VII. Renewed Shoaling Reported at AICW/ Shallotte Inlet Intersection Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 330
    VIII. Information on Naples Bay and Gordon Pass, Southwestern Florida Coastline
    IX. Photo Shows Exactly What Cruisers Will Encounter at the Partial Okeechobee Waterway Obstruction Between Clewiston and Moore Haven, Statute Mile 75
    X. Unhappy Report from Sunset Cove Anchorage, Buttonwood Sound – Florida Keys Inside Route
    XI. A Good Visit to Darien, GA via the Darien River, departing the AICW at Statute Mile 653
    XII. Lock Opening Times Verified, Dismal Swamp Canal, AICW Alternate Route
    XIII. VERY Interesting Newspaper Story about Depths on AICW/Jekyll Creek Problem Stretch and Jekyll Harbor Marina
    XIV. Dade County Nautical Flea Market and Boat Sale, December 1-2
    XV. Change of RR Bridge Opening Schedule, AICW Statute 203.8, Morehead City, NC
    XVI. Anchoring Rights Trouble Brewing in Stuart, Florida (Statute Mile 988)
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 10/26/12

  • SSECN Alert 10/12/12

    I. ARGUS Solution Sets UPDATED Just in Time for the Fall, 2012 Cruising Season
    II. Punta Gorda, Florida “Harbor Happening” Slated For 11/17/12
    III. Operating Times of Okeechobee Waterway Locks Change
    IV. Report from Calabash Creek Anchorage, AICW Statute Mile 342
    V. Anyone Want to Be A Dockmaster (Hidden Harbor Marina, Brunswick, Georgia)
    VI. Western Florida ICW/Siesta Key Daybeacon # 16 Destroyed, Statute Mile 78
    VII. Two Florida Keys Aids to Navigation Destroyed
    VIII. Detailed Report on AICW Passage Report Through Little Mud River Problem Stretch
    IX. Cruising Community Responds Magnificently To Our Request for Information Concerning Two North Carolina AICW Problem Stretches
    X. Reminder: Live Fire Exercises At Camp Lejeune US Marine Base Can Disrupt Traffic on North Carolina AICW
    XI. Missing Markers on North Edisto River Inlet, well off the AICW, south of Charleston, SC

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