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  • Duckweed Gone! Thank You USACE! Dismal Swamp Canal, AICW Alternate Route


    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 Dismal Swamp Canal has been plagued with duckweed most of January and the clearing of the nuisance to boaters and a hazard to a vessels cooling system is welcome news! Our thanks to Donna Stewart, Welcome Center Director, for this good news update. Docks and information are provided at the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center, an NC DOT Rest Area facility, and are located adjacent to the Dismal Swamp State Park, offering trails, exhibits and ongoing programs in Camden County, NC.Our thanks to Donna Stewart for this report and these photos.

    Joel Scussel, Operations Manager for the Dismal Swamp Canal (USACE) shared a photo with us today of the completed cleanup work by the crew of the Elizabeth. They came back into the Canal to remove some remaining debris/duckweed matting near the South Mills Lock and in the Lock Chamber.
    CLICK FOR PHOTOS AND REPORT!

    The crew has worked three days in the past week to eliminate this distressing issue for boaters. To put this into perspective, I’ve attached a photo taken on Jan. 26th and the photo shared today.

    It’s so nice to see clear water!! I’m the most optimistic I’ve been in a long time for an active spring boating season on the Dismal Swamp Canal.

    We have been told by recent boaters, the Canal was basically clear until they reached the area in South Mills near the Lock. This information is not an official notice, but information Joel stated could be shared publicly. Please share with those who you think would benefit. The navigational restrictions which were issued at the opening in Oct. still remain in effect until further notice. (Minus the duckweed and the ice!)

    If you plan to transit the canal, call the Lock operators or the Norfolk District office for more information. 757-201-7642.

    Donna
    Donna Stewart, Director
    Dismal Swamp Welcome Center
    2356 US Hwy 17N
    South Mills, NC 27976
    Phone – 252-771-8333
    www.DismalSwampWelcomeCenter.com
    Bird, Bike, Hike…..take in the sights!

    Click Here To View the VA to NC Cruisers’ Net Bridge Directory Listing For South Mills Lock

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of South Mills Lock

    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

  • LNM: Lighted Buoy 23 Off-Station, Elizabeth River, Norfolk, VA


    This off-station lighted buoy is on the east side of the channel off Lambert Point and 3 nautical miles north of Mile Zero.


    1A. SEC HR BNM 189-18.
    B. VA – HAMPTON ROADS(CHART 12245).
    2. ELIZABETH RIVER CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 23(LLNR 9630), RPTD OFF STATION, 50
    FEET INTO THE CHANNEL.

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Buoy 23

  • LNM: Buoy 28 Reported Off-Station, AICW Statute Mile 7


    This off-station ICW buoy is on the west side of the Waterway channel just north of the Rt 64 bascule bridge and the entrance into Dismal Swamp Canal route south of the bridge.


    1. BROADCAST UNTIL CANCELLED

    A. SEC HR BNM 182-18

    B. VA – CHESAPEAKE BAY – NORFOLK HARBOR AND ELIZABETH RIVER (CHART 12253).

    2. ELIZABETH RIVER SOUTHERN BRANCH BUOY 28 (LLNR 36930), REPORTED
    OFFSTATION.

  • Atlantic Yacht Basin Bottom Paint Special, AICW Statute Mile 12


    Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442

    Atlantic Yacht Basin, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is located just south of the Great Bridge lock and bridge at Mile Marker 12. This special offer ends April 30, 2018.


    AYB Bottom Paint Special – Haul Out, Clean and Paint to Improve Mileage Issues

    Getting to the bottom of speed and fuel mileage issues might be as simple as haul, clean and paint the hull –– and we have a deal for you!
    CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE DETAILS!

    Click Here To View the VA to NC Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Atlantic Yacht Basin

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

  • LNM: Channel Dredging, Hampton Roads, Norfolk Harbor, VA


    This dredging begins at Lighted Buoy 3 which is on the east side of the channel south of Old Point Comfort.

    VA – ELIZABETH RIVER – NORFOLK HARBOR – DREDGING
    Cottrell Contracting Corporation of Chesapeake, Virginia Dredge ROCKBRIDGE will be conducting dredging operations in various locations within the Norfolk Harbor Federal Channel between Elizabeth River Channel Lighted Buoy 3 (LLNR 9465) and Elizabeth River Channel Lighted Buoy 25 (LLNR 9710) and at the Portsmouth Marine Terminal. The dredge will conduct operations until approximately February 28, 2018. Chart 12245 LNM 04/18

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Lighted Buoy 3

  • Dismal Swamp Frozen! AICW Alternate Route


    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 Dismal Swamp Canal had been closed to navigation since Hurricanes Matthew and Irma and its recent restricted re-opening is welcome news to cruisers. Docks and information are provided at the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center, an NC DOT Rest Area facility, and are located adjacent to the Dismal Swamp State Park, offering trails, exhibits and ongoing programs in Camden County, NC. Our thanks to Donna Stewart for this report and these photos.

    I’ve attached an advisory just received from the USACOE regarding the ice on the Dismal Swamp Canal and the A&C Canal. I’ve attached photos taken on Saturday at 4pm, and things have not really changed here, today, except the temperatures have started to creep up. READ MORE!

    I personally do not remember seeing this much ice in the Canal. We have experienced very cold temperatures for a week, my thermometer registering 3 degrees one morning.

    Stay warm if you can.

    Donna Stewart, Director
    Dismal Swamp Welcome Center
    2356 US Hwy 17N
    South Mills, NC 27976
    Phone – 252-771-8333
    www.DismalSwampWelcomeCenter.com

    Bird, Bike, Hike…..take in the sights!
    All e-mails sent from this computer are subject to the Public Records Law and the information contained therein is a public record.


    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

  • LNM: Coast Guard sets Ice Condition 2 in Hampton Roads

    Norfolk received 10 inches of snow! Reports on marina conditions will follow as received.


    News Release
    Jan. 3, 2018
    U.S. Coast Guard 5th District Mid-Atlantic
    Contact: 5th District Public Affairs
    Office: (757) 398-6272
    After Hours: (757) 434-7712
    5th District online newsroom

    UPDATE: Coast Guard sets ice condition 2 in Hampton Roads, plans to close Capes to vessel traffic.
    READ MORE!

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads Captain of the Port set ice condition two and plans to close the Capes to inbound and outbound vessel traffic at 6 p.m. today.

    Ice condition two is set when there is significant formation of ice in navigable waters. Ice has been reported on Virginia’s Eastern Shore and in the Chesapeake Bay tributaries.

    Coast Guard Cutter Chock, homeported in Baltimore, is currently underway to conduct ice-breaking and other relief efforts at, and in the vicinity of, Tangier Island.

    Vessel traffic within the Port will also be limited to vessels less than 2,500 gross tons. Mariners are requested to use extreme caution when transiting and to report any observation of ice accumulation on navigable waters to the Sector Hampton Roads Command Center on marine radio VHF-FM channel 16 or at 757-668- 6635. These reports will be monitored daily.

    The Port will remain open to all vessel traffic and commercial activities until 6 p.m.

    “The impending blizzard will cause a variety of maritime hazards, including strong winds, zero visibility, topside icing and heavy seas,” said Capt. Rick Wester, Sector Hampton Roads Captain of the Port. “Mariners should secure their vessels, stow any loose equipment, monitor updates and most importantly, stay off the water.”

    For more information about the port closure, or to request a media interview, please contact Lt. j.g. Stasia Ellis at 757-651-5835.

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  • LNM: Dredging, Norfolk Harbor, Dec 15 – Feb 28, 2018


    This dredging project begins in northern Hampton Roads north of Sewells Point.

    VA – NORFOLK HARBOR – ELIZABETH RIVER – DREDGING
    Cottrell Contracting Corporation of Chesapeake, VA Dredge ROCKBRIDGE will be conducting dredging operations in various locations within the Norfolk Harbor Federal Channel between Elizabeth River Channel Lighted Bell Buoy 3 (LLNR 9465) and Elizabeth river Channel Lighted Buoy 25 (LLNR 9710) as well as the Portsmouth Marine Terminal. The dredge will conduct operations from December 15, 2017 through February 28, 2018. Chart 12245 12253 LNM 50/17

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Lighted Bell Buoy 3

  • Report Suspected Hoax Calls to USCG


    News Release
    Dec. 04, 2017
    U.S. Coast Guard 5th District Mid-Atlantic
    Contact: 5th District Public Affairs
    Office: (757) 398-6272
    After Hours: (757) 434-7712

    Coast Guard experiences spike in suspected hoax distress cases in NC, Va.

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. — Coast Guard command centers in North Carolina and Virginia experienced an increase in suspected hoax distress calls in November. READ MORE!

    Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector North Carolina in Wilmington and Sector Hampton Roads in Portsmouth typically notice a spike in the amount of traffic on VHF-FM channel 16 during the late fall, as well as an increase in suspected false distress cases reported on the channel.

    “False distress calls incur significant cost to the public, divert limited resources to respond, and place both responders and potentially other mariners at risk,” said Capt. Bion Stewart, commander, Sector North Carolina. “We continue to encourage mariners to use VHF radios to communicate with the Coast Guard and other mariners, but it is imperative that this critical, potentially life-saving tool be used appropriately and responsibly for the safety of all mariners.”

    The public should be aware that if children are found to be playing on the radio, the parents are ultimately accountable.

    Hoax distress calls to the Coast Guard are considered a Class D felony and can incur more than $250,000 in fines and 10 years imprisonment, plus the cost of the search.

    “We don’t take hoax distress lightly,” said Capt. Richard Wester, commander, Sector Hampton Roads. “We, along with our partner agencies, will pursue the prosecution of suspects to the fullest extent of the law. A Newport News man was convicted of making a false distress call to our command center in June 2016 and now faces potential prison time. He is scheduled to be sentenced in February.”

    The Coast Guard urges the public to respond to Coast Guard callouts after accidental transmissions. Unintended communications to the Coast Guard are not prosecuted, but require clarification.

    Anyone with information regarding a hoax call made to the Coast Guard is encouraged to contact the Coast Guard Investigative Service through the 5th District Command Center at 757-398-6390.

    For additional information about suspected hoax distress calls at Sector North Carolina, please contact Chief Petty Officer Jeremy Thomas at 910-772-2216.

    For additional information about suspected hoax distress calls at Sector Hampton Roads, please contact Lt. j.g. Stasia Ellis at 757-638-6641.

    -USCG-

  • Report from Dismal Swamp Canal, AICW Alternate Route


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

    Our thanks to Joyce and Matthew Gauthier for sharing their time spent in the Dismal Swamp Canal which has recently re-opened to navigation.  The Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center, a part of the NC State Park System, is also open and their programs are ongoing.

    We traveled through the Dismal swamp 10/31-11/2. It was great.
    READ MORE FOR PHOTOS!

    Another great day in the Swamp. Sunrise yoga on the dock. Had parfaits with the lock master before we left this morning. Traveled with our new friends about 15 miles to the dismal swamp visitors center. Had to stop to stop two times in 15 miles to clean the duckweed out of our strainer for the engine. Crossed state lines into North Carolina. Walked the swamp trails. Looking forward to a mellow night sipping tea and enjoying the company.
    Joyce and Matthew Gauthier

    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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    Cruisers’ Net is pleased to be partnering with GoChesapeake.net to assist cruisers who are voyaging south or north via the Waterway through Virgina. Welcome GoChesapeake!

     
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  • Dismal Swamp Canal to Re-Open by End of September, AICW Alternate Route


    Our thanks to Donna Stewart for this good news concerning the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center and State Park, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR. The Canal has been closed to navigation following damage from Hurricane Matthew and the re-opening will be just in time for the annual Fall Migration of Cruisers.

    This PSA announcement just in from the USACE – Update of Canal Status
    Donna Stewart

    Dismal Swamp Canal to reopen in September

    By Kerry Solan
    Norfolk District Public Affairs READ MORE!

    NORFOLK, Va. – The Dismal Swamp Canal is scheduled to reopen to vessel traffic by the end of September, with the Lake Drummond Reservation and Feeder Ditch opening to canoes and kayaks on August 18, officials said.

    Crews continue to dredge the canal, which officials at the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers closed due to extensive damage from Hurricane Matthew in October.

    “In the history of the canal, we’ve never had this issue, and we’re using every available resource to make the canal safe again for vessels,” said Joel Scussel, Norfolk District Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway project manager.

    Engineers completed a survey of the Dismal Swamp Canal in March after crews had finished clearing more than 350 trees from the canal.

    That survey, along with another survey in July, revealed controlling depths less than the normal 6 feet: engineers plotted the Deep Creek Channel at 4.8 feet, Tuners Cut was less than 2.5 feet and the Feeder Ditch was shoaled in at a depth of approximately 1 foot.

    The crew of Wilmington District’s Dredge Murden completed dredging in the Deep Creek Channel on June 21. After-dredge surveys showed a controlling depth of 6 feet, which allowed officials to reopen the channel to navigation. The Dredge Murden will return at the end of August to complete clean-up adjacent to the Deep Creek Lock.

    Feeder Ditch dredging resumes today. The crane crew will dredge 1,500 cubic yards of material to reopen the Feeder Ditch to a depth of 6 feet, 25 feet wide by then end of August.

    When crews complete work at the Feeder Ditch, they will return to Turners Cut to complete work that was suspended after the quality of dredged material at Turners Cut did not meet the standards for beneficial reuse. Officials coordinated with the state of North Carolina while a new dredging method was arranged that met state water quality standards.

    Engineers are also working on a design for emergency generators for the Deep Creek and South Mills Locks, which were inoperable after the hurricane.

    Deep Creek Lock Gate rehabilitation work, which was scheduled before Hurricane Matthew struck, is complete: the gates were reinstalled on July 19 and operating the next day.

    When the post-hurricane dredging operations began in the canal, officials aimed to reopen the waterway before October, when perennial “snowbirds” use the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway to travel south, bound for the Bahamas and Florida ports of call.

    “Since the hurricane, our goal has been to reopen the canal to navigation as soon as possible,” Scussel said.

    Donna Stewart, Director
    Dismal Swamp Welcome Center
    2356 US Hwy 17N
    South Mills, NC 27976
    Phone – 252-771-8333
    www.DismalSwampWelcomeCenter.com

    Bird, Bike, Hike…..take in the sights!

    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

  • Reminder: Winter Storage Reservations, Atlantic Yacht Basin, AICW Statute Mile 12


    Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442

    Atlantic Yacht Basin, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR has a plan to provide you with the very best winter storage. Atlantic Yacht Basin is located just south of the Great Bridge lock and bridge at Mile Marker 12.

    Customize Your Storage Plan to Fit You & Your Boat

    While you may find it hard to believe, Fall is lurking around the corner. It’s a great season for boating in this part of the world, but people are already locking in their off-season storage plans too.

    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
     

    Click Here To View the VA to NC Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Atlantic Yacht Basin

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

  • Photos with Update on Dismal Swamp Canal, AICW Alternate Route


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

    Dismal Swamp State Park is getting back into full swing as they recover from massive flooding and closure due to Hurricane Matthew. Dredging has begun and the canal is scheduled to re-open to navigation by summer’s end. The State Park is open and continuing programs as weather permits. Our thanks to Donna Stewart for this USACE update.

    One step closer to seeing boaters again! My most recent update from the USACE. READ MORE FOR NEW PHOTOS!

    7/19/2017
    I was able to obtain a few pictures today of the installation of the Deep Creek Lock River Gates. The gates are returning back to the water, where they belong! It was so HOT. But, notice the reflection of the sky in the shot of the newly installed gate on the left. I was told dredging still must be completed at the Feeder Ditch and Turner’s Cut, but this is one more step to getting us reopened. Many thanks to US Facilities and the Norfolk District USACE for helping me to get these shots today.
    Donna

    Crane at River Gate

    Gate installed Deep /creek

    The Deep Creek Dredging has been completed and surveyed with the assistance of the Wilmington District. The Deep Creek Lock gates are scheduled to be reinstalled on Wed., July 19th. Dredging at the Feeder Ditch and Turner’s Cut will continue until work is completed.
    We are anxious to see boats at our dock again this fall.
    Donna Stewart, Director
    Dismal Swamp Welcome Center
    2356 US Hwy 17N
    South Mills, NC 27976
    Phone – 252-771-8333
    www.DismalSwampWelcomeCenter.com

    Bird, Bike, Hike…..take in the sights!

    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

  • LNM: Shoaling Reported and Temporary Buoys Added to Salt Ponds Entrance Channel, north of Norfolk Harbor, VA


    Salt Ponds is bit out of SSECN’s range, but it is a popular western shore storm shelter for northbound cruisers when the waters just north of Norfolk Harbor kick up. The entrance channel is perpendicular to the beach shore and can be intimidating even without the threat of shoaling.

    VA – CHESAPEAKE BAY – SALT PONDS – HAMPTON – SHOALING
    Shoaling has been reported in the channel into Salt Ponds, Hampton VA, just inside the stone jetty. Depths to 4 feet at low tide have been reported. This shoaling maybe in addition to the shoaling reported on Salt Ponds Marina Resort web site. http://saltpondsmarinaresort.com/contact–directions.html

    And this good news LNM in Week 26:

    CAPE CHARLES TO NORFOLK HARBOR – SALT PONDS – TEMPORARY BUOYS (PRIVATE)
    On or about June 27, 2017, the City of Hampton, Virginia will establish four temporary buoys to mark best water to address shoaling in the entrance to Salt Ponds. These buoys will be removed later this summer after the City dredges the waterway. READ MORE!

    Salt Ponds Buoy 5TA 37-03-45.77N, 076-16-51.00W
    Salt Ponds Buoy 5TB 37-03-46.33N, 076-16-52.37W
    Salt Ponds Buoy 6TA 37-03-45.10N, 076-16-48.58W
    Salt Ponds Buoy 6TB 37-03-46.26N, 076-16-50.58W
    Chart 12222 LNM 26/17

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Salt Ponds

  • Hurricane Planning at Atlantic Yacht Basin, AICW Statute Mile 12


    Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442

    Hurricane may seem to be a long way off, but now is the time to plan. Atlantic Yacht Basin, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR has a plan to help you avoid vessel loss. Atlantic Yacht Basin is located just south of the Great Bridge lock and bridge at Mile Marker 12.

    Do you live or travel in the East Coast’s hurricane strike zone?
    Do you have yacht insurance that requires you to be north of Cape Hatteras, NC from June 1- November 1 each year?
    CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL OFFER

    Click Here To View the VA to NC Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Atlantic Yacht Basin

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

  • LNM: Military Training, March 27-31, Norfolk Harbor Channel, north of Mile Zero


    This Local Notice is posted lest you be startled by machine gun fire as you transit Norfolk Harbor Reach just south of the entrance into Hampton Roads.

    VA – ELIZABETH RIVER – MILITARY TRAINING
    Naval Station Norfolk will conducting waterborne training 27 – 31 March 2017 in the vicinity of piers 5 thru 7 at Naval Station Norfolk in the Elizabeth River in approximate position 36 56′ 30″ N, 76 20′ 05″W and in Willoughby Bay in approximate position 36 57’N, 76 20’W. This training will be machine gun blank fire, force protection training for Harbor Patrol Units; all vessels are asked to stay clear of the training area. Vessels will
    be monitoring VHF-FM channels 69 and 82. For questions contact Senior Chief Kevin Kubacki, Naval Station HPU at 757-445-5427. Chart 12245 LNM 11/17

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Military Training

  • Good Words for Atlantic Yacht Basin, AICW Statute Mile 12


    Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442

    A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, Atlantic Yacht Basin is located just south of the Great Bridge lock and bridge at Mile Marker 12.

    We have been a client of AYB for nearly a decade. During that time, AYB professionals have done all the work on our 42 GB, including extensive upgrades.
    I can’t say enough good things about the crew and management.
    They are dependable, professional, knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful.
    Clyde & Diane
    1987 Grand Banks 42CL
    “Friendship”

    Click Here To View the VA to NC Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Atlantic Yacht Basin

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

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