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Archive For: SSECN Alerts Archive Index

  • SSECN Alert 10/05/12

    I. GREAT NEWS – LUK Fuel Offers Discount to Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Users
    II. Missing AICW Marker in Coosaw River (Statute Mile 527)
    II. “Report” from Matanzas Pass Entry Channel, Fort Myers Beach, FL
    IV. 23rd Annual Georgetown Wooden Boat Show Slated for October 20, 2012 (Statute Mile 403)
    V. Missing Lighted Buoy at Hawk Channel End of Angelfish Creek, north of Key Largo, FL
    VI. Good Words for Turtle Cove Marina – Tarpon Springs, off the Anclote River
    VII. Portsmouth, VA City Government Not In Tune With Cruisers
    VIII. Dredging Underway in Big Foot Slough Channel, Ocracoke, North Carolina
    IX. Florida “Sojourner’s Permit” Explained and Forms Supplied
    X. Two North Carolina Marinas Once Again Welcome Visiting Cruisers (near Belhaven, NC and Manteo, NC)
    XI. Update: Okeechobee Waterway To Be Partially Obstructed Between Clewiston and Moore Haven Until 2015, Statute Mile 75
    XII. Construction Barge Traffic on the St. Johns River Between AICW Intersection and Jacksonville Could Interrupt River Cruising (near AICW Statute Mile 740)
    XIII Good Depths Reported in St. Augustine Inlet After Dredging Project (Statute Mile 775.5)
    XIV. Good Depths Reported in St. Augustine Inlet After Dredging Project (Statute Mile 775.5)
    XV. Florida Marina Liveaboard Discussion
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 10/05/12

  • SSECN Alert 9/21/12

    I. Important – Severe AICW Shoaling Reported at Browns Inlet Intersection Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 237
    II. Sunken Vessel near Mandarin Holiday Marina, Off the St. Johns River
    III. Cruising The Southwestern Florida Coastline With a 5-foot Draft
    IV. Florida Keys “No Anchorage Buffer Zones” Identified
    V. Carolina Beach Mooring Field Once Again Considered, Captains Mark and Diana Report (Statute Mile 295)
    VI. From Boat/US: Boaters Overstaying Their Welcome Could Find Themselves in Hot Water with the Tax Man
    VII. Good Visit to Bucksport Marina, AICW Statute Mile 377
    VIII. Norfolk Southern #7 RR Bridge Closed to Navigation For Two Days in October, AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    IX. Southport Marina Has Dredged (Statute Mile 309)
    X. Reminder of Alternate Route(s) Around Georgia’s St. Andrew Sound, AICW Statute Miles 686 to 696
    XI. Stiff Currents at San Pablo/Atlantic Boulevard Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 744.5
    XII. No More Tax-Free Diesel for Transients at Tidewater Yacht Marina, AICW Statute Mile 0, Norfolk, VA
    XIII. Captains Susan Landry and Chuck Baier Publish “The Great Book Of Anchorages”
    XIV. What Constitutes “Secure” Overboard Discharge Valves in the Florida Keys

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 9/21/12

  • SSECN Alert 9/14/12

    I. VERY IMPORTANT – New Florida Keys Anchoring Regulations Approved.
    II. Marker Destroyed On Bunces Pass, Off Sunshine Skyway Channel, South of Boca Ciega Bay
    III. Successful Low-Tide Passage of Little Mud River, AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 655
    IV. Captains Mark and Diana Doyle Provide Two More Excellent Articles
    V. Jupiter Seasport Marina Temporarily Closing For Renovations in Late September, 2012 (Statute Mile 1005)
    VI. Coast Guard Assists 3 from Sailboat On Pasquotanke River, South of Elizabeth City, NC
    VII. Hazard to Navigation: Shell Key Light Destroyed, Florida Keys Inside Route – Steamboat Channel (Statute Mile 1161.3)
    VIII. Caution: AICW Shoaling Reported Near Statute Mile 257.3
    IX. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Sponsor News
    X. Good Repair Yard Discovered in Southern Georgia
    XI. DELAYED! Safety Zone, Elizabeth River, Eastern and Southern Branches, September 5th to 9th, AICW Statute Miles Zero to 5.8
    XII. Misssing Marker in Ashepoo-Coosaw Cut-Off, AICW Statute Mile 515

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 9/14/12

  • SSECN Alert 8/31/12

    I. SSECN “South Carolina Marina Directory” Now Includes Photo Galleries
    II. One Marina’s Preparation For Tropical Storm/Hurricane Isaac
    III. “Rocky” Hazard Reported in Dania Cut-off Canal, south of Fort Lauderdale, FL and Port Everglades (Statute Mile 1068.5)
    IV. Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission Exempts Popular Northern Keys Anchorage From New Regulations
    V. Shoaling Reported South of AICW Marker #54 (Statute Mile 774, near St. Augustine, FL)
    VI. Captain Jane Tigar Returns to the Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net With a Review of a Super Oriental, NC Dining Attraction
    VII. Sixth Edition of “The Intracoastal Waterway Chartbook” Released
    VIII. Key Lime Sailing Club Survives Hurricane Isaac And Looks Forward to a GREAT Fall/Winter Cruising Season (Key Largo, FL)
    IX. Beaufort, NC Town Commissioners Take NO Action on Proposed Anchoring Registration Requirements at 8/28/12 Meeting
    X. Two Opposing Views Concerning The New Mooring Field in Carolina Beach, NC, AICW Statute Mile 295

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 8/31/12

  • SSECN Alert 8/27/12

    I. Two In-Depth Anchorage Reports For North Carolina AICW Waters
    II. Follow Up on Marker/Charting Confusion and Increased Shoaling on AICW’s Passage Through Georgia’s St. Andrew Sound (St. M. 690)
    III. Proposed Beaufort, NC Anchorage Requirements (Statute Mile 201)
    IV. Two Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Sponsors Provide GREAT Dockage Deals for the Fall/Winter 2012 Transient Season
    V. AICW/Cumberland River Light Destroyed and Underwater Piling Could Be A Nav. Hazard (Statute Mile 695)
    VI. Florida Keys Inside Route Discussion
    VII. Good Words for Bucksport Marina (Statute Mile 377)
    VIII. Dungeness Greyfield Channel Anchorage (Statute Mile 711.5)
    IX. Security Zones and Bridge Changes Due to GOP Convention – Tampa, Florida and Nearby Waters

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 8/27/12

  • SSECN Alert 8/17/12

    I. Lots and Lots of Cruising News
    II. Marker/Charting Confusion and Increased Shoaling on AICW’s Passage Through Georgia’s St. Andrew Sound
    III. Two Excellent Repair Recommendations for the Tampa Bay Region
    IV. AICW Dredging Project at the Vilano Beach Bridge Begins 8/24/12
    V. Shoaling in Teaches Hole Channel, Pamlico Sound/Ocracoke, NC
    VI. Good Words for Mangrove Marina, FL Keys Inside Route, near Statute Mile 1150
    VII. Captains Mark and Diana Doyle Supply A WEALTH of Quality Cruising Information
    IX. Venice Water Cop Issues His Last Ticket
    X. Two Western Florida Navigational Concerns
    XI. Report from Sunset Cove Anchorage, Fl. Keys Inside Route, Buttonwood Sound – Key Largo
    XII. Proposed Change of Carolina Coastal RR Bridge Opening Schedule Would Close AICW During Nighttime Hours For 12 Months, (Statute Mile 203.8, Near Morehead City, NC)
    XIII. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Presents a New McClellanville, South Carolina Photo Gallery
    XIV. Great Ocrocoake, NC Dining Recommendations And Other News

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 8/17/12

  • SSECN Alert 8/03/12

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net and Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association Form Strategic Web Partnership
    II. “On the Water ChartGuides” Publishes New Anchorage Guides for the AICW
    III. Good Advice on How to Avoid AICW Shoaling at Statute Mile 570
    IV. North Lake Worth Dinghy Landing Re-Opened, AICW Statute Mile 1014.2
    V. Expect Delays at Alligator River Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 84.2
    VI. Morehead City, NC Dining/Seafood Shopping Recommendations (Statute Mile 203-205)
    VII. Praise for Legacy Harbour Marina, Fort Myers Waterfront, on the Okeechobee Waterway
    IX. Advice on Anchor Choice for Thursday Cove Anchorage, Florida Keys, AICW Statute Mile 1132

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 8/03/12

  • SSECN Alert 7/27/12

    I. The Best Breakfast on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway ???
    II. GREAT Guest Nautical Photo Gallery Now Available on the SSECN From Captain Susan Leaf
    III. Captains Mark and Diana Doyle Report on South Carolina’s Thoroughfare Creek Anchorage and the AICW/Bogue Inlet Problem Stretch
    IV. Cedar Keys South Bar Channel Daybeacon Missing, Western Florida – Big Bend Region
    V. Missing Georgia AICW Aid to Navigation South of Skidaway Narrows, Statute Mile 595
    VI. Excellent Report on Nine Foot Slough Channel into Ocracoke, NC, Pamlico Sound
    VI. Shoaling at Wiggins Pass, Western Florida Coastline, South of Caloohatchee River
    VII. News from Downtown Beaufort Marina – Beaufort, South Carolina
    IX. Report from Fort Lauderdale Official Anchorage/Mooring Field, AICW Statute Mile 1064
    X. Shallow Depths Noted on “Yacht Channel” – Florida Keys to Cape Sable and Western Florida Coastline
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 7/27/12

  • SSECN Alert 7/16/12

    I. South Carolina/AICW Shoaling Reported (Statute Mile 570) – INPUT NEEDED From the Cruising Communinity
    II. Five-Day Closure of AICW/Elizabeth River Proposed, To Begin September 5-14, 2012 AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    III. AICW/Browns Inlet Intersection Problem Stretch – Captains Mark and Diana Report (St. M. 237)
    IV. GOOD NEWS – Okeechobee Waterway Reopens Early
    V. ARGUS Confirms Shoaling on AICW Problem Stretch – AICW Channel South of McClellanville, SC
    VI. “Pickin’ on the Pamlico” at Festival Park, Washington, NC, off the AICW on Pamlico River Slated 8/25/12
    VII….A Visit to Three Rooker Bay Anchorage (Western Florida ICW, Statute Mile 147
    VIII. New On-site Restaurant Now Open at Dolphin Cove Marina, Ashley River, Charleston, SC
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 7/16/12

  • SSECN Alert 7/06/12

    I. Lots and Lots of Cruising News
    II. Western Florida Cruising News
    III. Eastern Florida Cruising News
    IV. North Carolina Cruising News
    V.Great Fuel Prices in Brunswick, GA
    VI. Report from AICW/Little River Inlet/Calabash Creek Intersection near Statute Mile 342
    VII. A Pleasant Night at Rodriguez Key Anchorage (Hawk Channel – Key Largo, Florida Keys)

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 7/06/12

  • SSECN Alert 6/22/12

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Forms Strategic Partnership With On-The-Water Chartguides
    II. Lots and Lots of North Carolina Cruising News
    III. Potentially Hazardous Conditions at Gilmerton Hwy Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    IV. Panama City, Florida Plans Redevelopment of Its Downtown Marina
    V. SSECN Presents Schedule of Cruiser Friendly July 4′th Fireworks Displays
    VI. Update on AICW Markers in Shoal Area on Sawpit Creek, South of Nassau Sound, Statute Mile 731
    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 6/22/12

  • SSECN Alert 6/08/12

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Garners Welcome Recognition on
    II. Okeechobee Waterway Closes 6/11/12 For At Least Two Months
    III. SSECN Navigation Alerts and AICW Problem Stretches Postings Now Color Coded
    IV. Jetty Light and Temporary Lighted Buoy Missing, Key West Northwest Channel, Key West, FL
    V. Explosive Safety Exclusion Zone North of Glimerton Bridge, AICW Statute Miles 5 to 5.8
    VI. Myrtle Beach Yacht Club Celebrates “National Marina Day” (6/9/12) With An Open House (St. M. 346)

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 6/8/12

  • SSECN Alert 6/04/12

    I. ARGUS Chart Data Layer Updated
    II. Bradenton Beach Anchorage (Western Florida ICW, St. M. 87)
    III. New Vilano Public Dock Opened as of June 2, 2012, AICW Statute Mile 775.5
    V. Missing AICW Daybeacon, Little River, SC, Statute Mile 342.3
    V. AICW Dismal Swamp Canal Fallen Trees Reprise
    VI. The Snow Birds Have Now Departed
    VII. Two Western Florida Marinas Garner Praise
    VIII. Two South Carolina Marinas Also Receive An Enthusiastic Thumbs Up
    IX. Reduced Clearance on SR 312 Bridge, St. Augustine, AICW Statute Mile 780
    X. Fort Myers Beach Dining Recommendations (Western Florida Coastline, south of the Caloosahatchee River)
    XI. Beach House Marina Closing, Surf City, NC, AICW Statute Mile 260.5
    XII. Dinghy Dockage Is Scarce on Silver Lake Harbor (Ocracoke Island, North Carolina Outer Banks)
    XIII. ARGUS Seems to Confirm Shoaling Along AICW’s Eastern Flank in Creighton Narrows (Georgia AICW. St. M. 642)
    XIV. Shifting Sands In St. Augustine Mooring Field, AICW Statute Mile 778

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 6/4/12

  • SSECN Alert 5/25/12

    I. “Monster Sounds” on Big Tom Creek Anchorage Explained
    II. Report on the Great Dismal Swamp Canal AICW Alternate Route
    III. Wisteria Island (Christmas Tree Island) Anchorages (Key West)
    IV. Beaufort SC to Install Mooring Field and Upgrade Downtown Marina Docks, AICW Statute Mile 536.5
    V. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Fuel Prices Updated 5/23/12
    VI. Hazard: Sunken Vessel, AICW Statute Mile 828, Ormond Beach, FL
    VII. May, 2012 Report from Hell Gate, AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 602
    VIII. Marathon Dining Recommendations (Florida Keys)
    IX. Isabel S. Holmes Bridge Unable to Lift from June 1 to June 4, 2012, Cape Fear River – Southeastern North Carolina
    X. Great Words For Renaissance Vinoy Resort Marina (Western Shores of Tampa Bay)
    XI. Detailed Report on AICW/Ashepoo Coosaw Cutoff Problem Stretch (Statute Mile 515)

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 5/25/12

  • SSECN Alert 5/18/12

    I. Recent ARGUS Sounding Data Indicates Shallow Water on Channel From Clearwater Pass to Clearwater Municipal Marina
    II. Caution Required at New Bridge Construction south of Norfolk, VA, AICW Statute Mile 3
    III. Swan Point Marina Reopens Under New Ownership/Management (North Carolina AICW, Statute Mile 247
    IV. Darien, Georgia Looks to Attract Cruisers With 48-hour FREE Dockage
    V. New Cruising Craft Friendly, Floating Dock at Leland Oil Company Marina, McClellanville, SC
    VI. Free Waste Boat Pumpout at Tarpon Basin Anchorages Praised (FL Keys Inside Route, St. M. 1139.5)
    VII. GREAT News – Restaurant Now Open Beside Marineland Marina (Statute Mile 796)
    VIII. Sunset Beach Fixed Bridge Clearance Gauge Corrected, AICW Statute Mile 338
    IX. BIG News in the Florida Anchoring Rights Struggle – St. Augustine’s Anchorage Regulations Challengd in Federal Court
    X. Historic Roanoake River Lighthouse Now Perched Atop Its New Home in Edenton, NC Dockage Basin
    XI. Matecumbe Bight Anchorage (FL Keys Inside Route, St. M. 1166)
    XII. Bridge Pointe Marina (New Bern, NC on the Trent River) Closed For New Dock Installation
    XIII. Submerged Tree in Alligator/Pungo Canal, AICW Statute Mile 119.9
    XIV. Good Depths and Gasoline Found in Everglades City (south of Marco Island – Western Florida)

    Click Here To View the SSECN Alert 5/18/12

  • SSECN Special Transient Alert 4/11/12

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Special Spring, 2012 Transient Season Alert.
    II. AICW Problem Stretch Directory
    III. Navigational Alerts
    IV. Fuel Price Directories
    V. “Best-Buy Fuel Price Finder” Service
    VI. Find the Best Fuel Prices In a Port of Call
    VII. Find Sources for LPG (Propane) Tank Refills and Exchanges
    VIII. Cruising News
    IX. Marina Directories
    X. Anchorage Directories
    XI. PLEASE Support Our Sponsors
    Click Here To View the SSECN 4/11/12 Special Transient Alert

  • SSECN Alert 3/23/12

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Alert Newsletter Honored With The “2011 Constant Contact All Star Award”
    II. Good Navigational Advice About AICW/Bakers Haulover Intersection “Problem Stretch”
    III. Good Jacksonville, FL Bridge News
    IV. Another Report Of Shoaling at AICW/Browns Inlet Intersection (Statute Mile 237)
    V. Come One, Come All to Eastern Florida Webinar Slated For Monday, March 26 at 8:00 pm (Eastern Time)
    VI. GOOD NEWS – Closing of Moore Haven Lock/Okeechobee Waterway Delayed
    VII. Absurd/Bizarre Proposed Florida Anchorage Regulations
    VIII. Caution Required When Entering Lake Boca Raton Anchorage (AICW Statute Mile 1048)
    IX. Question About Boca Grande Pass Swash Channel…(Western Florida Coastline)
    X. Uncharted Marker/Shoaling On AICW/Stono River (South Carolina AICW, Statute Mile 480)
    XI. Depth Controversy on Sister Creek, Alternate Entrance to Boot Key Harbor (Marathon, FL)
    XII. Floating “Big Black Drums” Navigational Hazard in Hawk Channel, Offshore from Marathon
    XIII. A Tall Ship Will Make Washington, NC Waterfront Docks Its New Homeport
    XIV. GOOD NEWS – AICW Dismal Swamp Canal Route REOPENS
    XV. Lots of Other North Carolina Cruising News
    Click Here To View the SSECN 3/23/12 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 2/22/12

    I. GOOD NEWS For Florida/Okeechobee Waterway Cruisers
    II. An Unfortunate Storm May Be Brewing in Marathon’s (Florida Keys) Boot Key Harbor
    III. GREAT “Photo of the Week” – Don’t Miss It!.
    IV. Shallower Depths Reported Off Punta Gorda, FL Waterfront (Western Florida – Charlotte Harbor/Peace River)
    V. Shad Fishing Nets Reported Along South Carolina AICW/Waccamaw River
    VI. Security Concerns at Bahia Mar Marina (Fort Lauderdale, FL – Statute Mile 1064.5)
    VII. Shallow Depths Reported on Indian Key Channel, Leading to Everglades City (Western Florida, 10,000 Islands Region)
    VIII. Missing Marker And Potential Hazard to Navigation Reported in Georgia AICW/Buttermilk Sound
    IX. 3rd Annual Martin County Nautical Flea Market & Seafood Festival, Stuart, FL
    X. North Carolina’s Cape Fear Memorial Bridge Will Not Open During Spring, 2012
    XI. Cruisers’ Anchored Off Punta Gorda Waterfront Can Beach Their Dinghies (Western Florida – Charlotte Harbor/Peace River
    XII. Two “New” Tarpon Springs Marinas (Western Florida, near Anclote Key)
    XIII. Good North Carolina Winter Marina News
    XIV. Carolina Beach, NC Mooring Field Nears Completion (near Statute Mile 295)
    Click Here To View the SSECN 2/22/12 Alert

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