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Archive For: SSECN Alerts Archive Index

  • SSECN Alert, 06/16/11

    In This Issue
    I. Good News Concerning Shoaling On Ocracoke, NC’s Big Foot Slough Channel (Pamlico Sound)
    II. More Good News at AICW/Mantanzas Inlet Intersection Problem Stretch (Statute Mile 795)
    III. Latest “Notice to Mariners” Reveals Several Navigational Concerns on Western Florida Coastline
    IV. Captain Charmaine Reports on Three Florida Keys Pilot Mooring Field Program Public Forums
    V. Final Regulations for Openings of Gilmerton Hwy. Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 5.8
    VI. Okeechobee Waterway All But Closed Due to Low Water Levels
    VII. Miami Beach “Anchoring Incident” Get Nastier
    Click Here To View the SSECN 6/16/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert, 06/10/11

    I. Severe Shoaling Reported On Ocracoke, NC’s Big Foot Slough Channel (Pamlico Sound)
    II. Summer Cruising Information Needed
    III. Dangerous Navigational Error Is Grounding St. Johns River (Eastern Florida) Mariners
    IV. Helpful Reviews of Several South Carolina Marinas
    V. Severe Shoaling on Eastern St. Lucie River/Okeechobee Waterway
    VI. Bizarre Miami Beach Anchoring Incident
    VII. Missing Markers and Shoaling on AICW/Cumberland Dividings Problem Stretch (Statute Mile 704)..
    VIII. Sanitary Fish Market Dock To Be Replaced Soon (Morehead City, NC, near Statute Mile 205).
    IX. Update on N. Edisto/Dawho/AICW Intersection, Statute Mile 497
    X. Why We Don’t Ask You to Rate Marinas/Anchorages
    Click Here To View the SSECN 6/10/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert, 05/20/11

    I. Definitive Info on Little Mud River, Georgia AICW Problem Stretch (near Statute Mile 655)
    II. New Aid To Navigation Added to Western Florida/Tampa Bay’s Manatee River Approach Channel
    III. Dramatic Sinking and Marker Change On St. Augustine Inlet (near Statute Mile 776.5).
    IV. Captain Charmaine Identifies a Navigational Conundrum in the Florida Keys
    V. More on Florida Pilot Mooring Field Program Public Hearings
    VI. Depth Report on AICW/Ashepoo – Coosaw Cutoff (near Statute Mile 515)
    VII. Grounding at AICW/Mantanzas Inlet Intersection (Statute Mile 793)
    VIII. Shoal Encountered at Entrance to Umbrella Creek From Jekyll Sound (South of Jekyll Island, Georgia)
    Click Here To View the SSECN 5/20/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert, 05/13/11

    I. Forest Fire Smoke May Reduce Visibility on the North Carolina AICW/Alligator River, and on Pamlico Sound
    II. New Aid To Navigation Added to Western Florida/Tampa Bay’s Manatee River Approach Channel
    III. Dramatic Sinking and Marker Change On St. Augustine Inlet (near Statute Mile 776.5)
    IV. Captain Charmaine Identifies a Navigational Conundrum in the Florida Keys
    V. More on Florida Pilot Mooring Field Program Public Hearings
    VI. Depth Report on AICW/Ashepoo – Coosaw Cutoff (near Statute Mile 515)
    VII. Grounding at AICW/Mantanzas Inlet Intersection (Statute Mile 793)
    VIII. Shoal Encountered at Entrance to Umbrella Creek From Jekyll Sound (South of Jekyll Island, Georgia)
    IX. Superb Navigational Advice for AICW/Northern Alligator River Problem Stretch
    Click Here To View the SSECN 5/13/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 5/5/11

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Adds to “Chart View” Features
    II. Archived “Alerts” Now Available on the Cruisers’ Net Web Site
    III. SSECN Marina Directories Updated and Enhanced
    IV. More Problems On the AICW Passage Through Northern Alligator River (North Carolina AICW)
    Click Here To View the SSECN 5/5/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 4/27/11

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Proudly Announces Speedier Service
    II. Captain Charmaine’s Publishes Two Super Florida Keys Articles
    III. Two Sunken/Semi-Sunken Vessels Reported on the Western Florida Coastline
    IV. More Problems On the AICW Passage Through Northern Alligator River (North Carolina AICW)
    V. Pilot House Marina Expanding (Florida Keys – Key Largo)
    VI. SSECN Establishes New South Carolina AICW Problem Stretch
    VII. Missing Range Markers on…Esterville Minim Creek Channel, South Carolina AICW Statute Mile 418
    VIII. 5-foot AICW Depths Reported North of Donald Ross Bridge (Eastern Florida AICW)
    IX. Dangerous Conditions on St. Lucie Inlet (Statute Mile 988)
    X. Sampson Cay Voted #8 Best Secret Island on Earth

    Click Here To View the SSECN 4/27/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 3/14/11

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Announces An Addition to Our NEW Fuel Price Comparison Service
    II. GREAT Source of Depth Information For The Okeechobee Waterway
    III. Gordon Pass Inlet Shoaling Again (Naples, Florida)
    IV. Fill Your Fuel Tanks in Virginia, and Get a Refund?
    V. Difference Between “Local” and “Visitor” Prices in Florida Keys
    VI. AICW/Ashepoo Coosaw Cutoff Still Shoaling
    VII. Can the Florida 90-Day Property/Use Tax Exemption Be Extended?
    Click Here To View the SSECN 3/14/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 3/08/11

    I. Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Resumes FULL Fuel Price Reporting
    II. Captain Charmaine Is Back With Full Info on Anchoring in Boot Key Harbor
    III. Another Grounding Reported on the AICW/Cumberland Dividings (near Staute Mile 704)
    IV. SSECN – Waterway Guide Fire Relief Fund A Success
    V. Walking Tour of Historic St. Petersburg Set for 3/12/11 (Tampa Bay)
    VI. Watch Out For Johns Pass Channel Closures March 7-13 (Western Florida, near St. M. 122)
    Click Here To View the SSECN 3/08/11 Alert

  • SSECN Alert 2/18/11

    I. SSECN Announces NEW Fuel Price Comparison Feature
    II. First Ever Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net Calendar Now Available
    III. SSECN Benefits from an Explosion of Floridian Data
    IV. Sunken Sailboat Reported on Caloosahatchee River (Western Florida, Okeechobee Waterway)
    V. Shoaling Reported on Key West’s Northwest Channel
    VI. Captain Jane Dines and Gets Culture in Key West
    VII. Submerged Tree Reported in Watts Cut (South Carolina AICW, near St. M. 502)
    Click Here To View the SSECN 2/28/11 Alert

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