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Archive For: West FL – 9 – ICW, Venice Pass to Tampa Bay

  • A Good Word from Longboat Key Club Moorings, GICW Statute Mile 77.5, Sarasota, FL


    Longboat Key Club Moorings, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, guards the western shores of Sarasota Bay, north of the city of Sarasota, and south of Longboat Pass. With the advent of mooring fields in Florida, you might mistake this marina as just another set of mooring balls. But, believe you me, this is one gorgeous marina. Book Now.

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    Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Longboat Key Club Moorings

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Longboat Key Club Moorings

     

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  • Still More on New Pass NavAids, Sarasota, FL, Gulf Coast


    New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting and shoaling. SSECN has long recommended that this pass not be used. See http://cruisersnet.net/156085 for a recent Local Notice on this area. Our thanks to BOSN4 Pauly for these updates.

    All,
    The Coast Guard continues to do outreach to the public regarding the removal of the navigation markers in New Pass. Attached is a Port Community Information Broadcast issued by the Commander, Sector St. Petersburg. Feel free to print this out, post and share this with the community, law enforcement, and any other concerned person or groups.
    CWO Pauly
    BOSN4 Darren Pauly
    Aids to Navigation Officer
    US Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg
    155 Columbia Drive
    Tampa FL 33606
    darren.a.pauly@uscg.mil
    (813) 228-2191 Ext. 8184 Tampa office

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    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New Pass

  • Shoaling in Big Carlos Pass, Estero Bay, Fort Myers Beach, FL


    Big Carlos Pass is north of New Pass and leads into Estero Bay near Fort Myers Beach.

    FLORIDA – FORT MYERS TO CHARLOTTE HARBOR AND WIGGINS PASS – BIG CARLOS PASS: Shoaling/Hazard to Navigation
    The U.S. Coast Guard has received a report of shoaling in the vicinity of Big Carlos Pass. Shoaling is occurring from Private aid Big Carlos Pass Lighted Buoy 1 (17975) position 26-23-11.760N/081-53-27.100W to the SR 865 Big Carlos Pass Bridge. This channel is very shallow and marked with Private Aids to Navigation. . MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHANNEL CONDITIONS IS RECOMMENDED BEFORE ATTEMPTING PASSAGE.
    Chart 11427 LNM 15/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Big Carlos Pass

  • Shoaling Hazard in New Pass, Sarasota, FL, Gulf Coast


    New Pass has been undergoing surveying , NavAid relocation (http://cruisersnet.net/155984) and Navigation Alerts in the past months, a need confirmed by this Local Notice. New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting and shoaling. SSECN has long recommended that this pass not be used.

    FLORIDA – FORT MYERS TO CHARLOTTE HARBOR AND WIGGINS PASS – NEW PASS CHANNEL IN LEE COUNTY: Shoaling/Hazard
    to Navigation.

    The U.S. Coast Guard has received a report of shoaling in the vicinity of New Pass. Shoaling is occurring from Private aid New Pass Lighted Buoy 1 (LLNR 17964) position 26-22-19.080N/081-52-27.960W to Buoy 4 (LLNR 17970) position 26-22-38.460N/081-52-09.330W. This channel is very shallow and marked with Private Aids to Navigation. MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHANNEL CONDITIONS IS RECOMMENDED BEFORE ATTEMPTING PASSAGE. Chart 11427 LNM 15/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at New Pass.

  • More on “Terrific” Yanmar Diesel Mechanic in Bradenton, Florida

    Michael is referencing an earlier posting praising mechanic Kevin McGary, 941-713-3936, of Bradenton, FL. Kevin is very much in business and will be glad to assist you with mechanical issues. See http://cruisersnet.net/27077.

    I can’t express how happy I am with Kevin, thank you Dudley Fort. He is exceptional, it’s nice to find courteous honest people in which you can trust nowadays.
    Michael Leporati

  • Destroyed Daybeacon, Big Sarasota Pass, near GICW Statute Mile 73


    This destroyed daybeacon is on the east side of Big Sarasota Pass off Fishery Point near GICW mile 73.

    FLORIDA – CHARLOTTE HARBOR TO TAMPA BAY – NORTH SIESTA KEY: Private Aid/Hazard to Navigation
    Private aid North Siesta Key Daybeacon 1 (LLNR 21570.1) is destroyed and partially submerged. The wreckage poses a hazard to navigation. are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area.
    Chart 11425 LNM 14/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Big Sarasota Pass

  • More on New Pass NavAids, Sarasota, FL, Gulf Coast


    This Local Notice is an extension of last week’s notice, see http://cruisersnet.net/155984. New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting and shoaling. SSECN has long recommended that this pass not be used.

    FLORIDA – CHARLOTTE HARBOR TO TAMPA BAY – NEW PASS
    Danger Shoal marker with an Fl Q W light and 3NM.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL LIGHT 7 (21620) has been temporarily discontinued and renamed NEW PASS INTERIOR SHOAL LIGHT and converted to a Danger Shoal marker with an Fl Q W light and 3NM. The increased shoaling has created an unsafe situation and the U.S. Coast Guard can no longer mark “SAFE WATER”. The following aids have been temporarily discontinued:
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 1 (21590)
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 2 (21595)
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 3A (21600)
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 4 (21603)
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 5 (21605)
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 5A (21610)
    THE ENTRANCE CHANNEL IS SUBJECT TO CONTINUAL CHANGE. BUOYS ARE BEING REMOVED DUE TO INSUFFICIENT WATER. MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID NEW PASS AND SEEK ALTERNATE ROUTES TO AND FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO AND USE EXTREME CAUTION WHILE IN THIS AREA. FOLLOWING SUMMER DREDGE OPERATIONS, THE U.S. COAST GUARD WILL RETURN THE AIDS TO NAVIGATION BACK TO THEIR ASSIGNED POSITIONS. Charts 11424, 11425 LNM 13/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New Pass

  • Update on New Pass NavAid Relocation, Sarasota, FL, Gulf Coast


    New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting and shoaling. SSECN has long recommended that this pass not be used. Our thanks to BOSN4 Pauly for these updates.

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    All concerned,
    I wanted to keep you updated on the aids to navigation removal in New Pass, Sarasota/Longboat Key. Monday afternoon, we removed all floating aids and converted two of the markers to Danger/Shoal markers. All aids will be returned once New Pass is dredged later this summer. The Coast Guard is broadcasting the below message. It’s also in the weekly Local Notice to Mariners. Feel free to share this info with the public and others. If you have any questions, please give me a call or email.
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    BOSN4 Pauly

    SUBJ/SECTOR ST PETERSBURG BROADCAST NOTICE TO MARINERS 302-16 UPDATE GULF OF MEXICO – FLORIDA – SARASOTA – NEW PASS
    1. THE COAST GUARD HAS TEMPORARILY REMOVED ALL FEDERAL AIDS TO NAVIGATION FROM THE NEW PASS (NP) ENTRANCE LIGHT TO NEW PASS LIGHT 7.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL LIGHT (NP) (LLNR 1345), HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED AND CONVERTED TO A DANGER SHOAL MARKER WITH A QUICK FLASHING, WHITE LIGHT WITH A NOMINAL RANGE OF 3NM. DANGEROUS SHOALING EXISTS IN THE VICINITY OF THE NEW PASS ENTRANCE CHANNEL, SARASOTA COUNTY. THE INCREASED SHOALING HAS CREATED AN UNSAFE SITUATION AND THE COAST GUARD
    CAN NO LONGER MARK “SAFE WATER”.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 1 (21590) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 2 (21595) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 3A (21600) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 4 (21603) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 5 (21605) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL BUOY 5A (21610) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED.
    NEW PASS CHANNEL LIGHT 7 (21620) HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED AND CONVERTED TO A DANGER SHOAL MARKER WITH A QUICK, FLASHING WHITE LIGHT WITH A NOMINAL RANGE OF 3NM. MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID NEW PASS AND SEEK ALTERNATE ROUTES TO AND FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO AND USE EXTREME CAUTION WHILE IN THIS AREA. FOLLOWING SUMMER DREDGE OPERATIONS, THE COAST GUARD WILL RETURN ALL FEDERAL AIDS TO NAVIGATION BACK TO THEIR ASSIGNED POSITIONS.

    Click Here To Open A Char27.31530833t View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New Pass Entrance Light

  • NavAids Changes to Address Dangerous Shoaling at New Pass, Sarasota, FL, 2/25/2016


    Shoaling at the entrance to New Pass was recently posted in LNM: http://cruisersnet.net/153973. These changes to existing NavAids are definitely needed and great caution is required until the new markers are in place. New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting. Our thanks to BOSN4 Pauly for these notices.

    All concerned,
    I’m seeking your assistance in notifying the public of upcoming Coast Guard changes to New Pass, Sarasota County.
    Please forward this information to county officials, marine police, boating groups, marinas, and any other users of New Pass as you wish. Feel free to publish this information or post on social media. Thanks for your assistance.
    Subject: New Pass info
    GULF OF MEXICO – FLORIDA – SARASOTA – NEW PASS

    Dangerous shoaling exists in the vicinity of the New Pass Entrance Channel, Sarasota County. There are currently no plans by the Army Corps of Engineers to maintain the federal project channel depth. The increased shoaling has created an unsafe situation and the Coast Guard has determined that it can no longer mark “safe water” and will be removing all federal Aids to Navigation from the New Pass (NP) Entrance Light to New Pass Light 7. A Safety broadcast to Mariners will be released notifying the public of the intended start date of this work.

    New Pass Channel Light (NP) (LLNR 1345), will be discontinued and converted to a Danger Shoal Marker with a Quick Flashing, White light.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 1 (21590) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 2 (21595) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 3A (21600) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 4 (21603) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 5 (21605) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Buoy 5A (21610) will be discontinued.
    New Pass Channel Light 7 (21620) will be discontinued and converted to a Danger Shoal Marker with a Quick, Flashing White light.

    Boaters are advised to seek alternate routes to and from the Gulf of Mexico and also use extreme caution while in this area. Please contact Chief Warrant Officer Darren Pauly for additional information or questions. Darren.a.pauly@uscg.mil or (813) 228-2191 ext 8184.

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at New Pass

  • Shoaling at New Pass, Sarasota Gulf Coast near GICW Statute Mile 75, 1/13/2016


    New Pass is the northernmost of Sarasota’s two inlets and connects to the southern tip of Sarasota Bay at Statute Mile 75 of the West Florida Waterway. However, because of perennial shoaling, SSECN has long recommended that mariners not use New Pass!

    GULF OF MEXICO – FLORIDA – LEMON BAY TO PASSAGE KEY INLET: Dangerous Shoal
    Dangerous shoaling in the vicinity of New Pass Channel in between New Pass Entrance Light LP (LLNR 1345/21585) position 27-18-55.113N/082-35-53.168W and New Pass Channel Daybeacon 17 (LLNR 21725) position 27-20-28.987N/082-33-54.003W. (Ref: LNM 17/15, 02/16)
    The Entrance Channel is subject to continual change. Buoys are not charted due to frequent shifting of shoals.
    MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID NEW PASS CHANNEL IF POSSIBLE AND EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION IF TRANSITING THE AREA
    Chart 11424 LNM 2/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at New Pass

  • Shoaling at Entrance to New Pass, Sarasota, FL


    New Pass leads directly to the Sarasota waterfront and the entrance portion between the Entrance Light and Light 7 is constantly shifting.

    FLORIDA – CHARLOTTE HARBOR TO TAMPA BAY – NEW PASS: Shoaling.
    The U.S. Coast Guard has received a report of shoaling in the vicinity of New Pass Entrance Light NP (LLNR 21585/1345) and New Pass Channel Light 7 (LLNR 21620). The Entrance Channel is subject to continual change. Buoys are not charted because they are frequently shifted in position. Local knowledge recommended as the channel is constantly changing.
    Chart 11425 LNM 47/15

    Click Here To Open A Char27.31530833t View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New Pass Entrance Light

  • Another Abandoned Vessel in West Florida

    Abandoned, derelict vessels are much discussed and bemoaned, but the cost of removal continues to prevent communities from addressing the problem. See http://cruisersnet.net/?p=150203, as well as other articles by typing “derelicts” in the Search window in our Homepage.

    After last Sundays, Oct. 4th, big winds, we have another abandoned vessel washed ashore at DeSoto Park, Manatee River, Bradenton FL.
    Winston Fowler

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  • A Stormy Stop at Bradenton Beach Marina, GICW Statute Mile 87


    Bradenton Beach Marina lies at the terminus of the charted, L-shaped channel cutting in from the Cortez Bridge’s southwestern corner in Bradenton Beach, FL

    I stayed here on Sunday night of Labor Day Weekend and the Marina and Bradenton Beach is so quaint and cute. There are no floating docks. We were placed out on the end of the large T-dock which was fine, we had called and they said they would send some one out to help tie up but, no one showed up. We got tied up and powered when a storm rolled in from the Southeast and pummeled us against the dock for a hour and half seeing gusts to 35-40 knots on the beam. After the storm we dinked across the ICW to Tide Tables and had a great dinner. Bradenton Beach is a great town and we might come driving back in a car.
    Marc Holtzberg

    Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Bradenton Beach Marina

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Bradenton Beach Marina

  • A Visit to Marina Jacks, Sarasota, FL, GICW Statute Mile 73


    Everyone refers to the large, downtown Sarasota, Florida municipal marina as “Marina Jacks” but, in reality, that is the name of the on-site restaurant, and the maritime part of the operation is officially known as “Marina Operations.”

    I have not stayed in Marina Jacks in a long time but, their service is unchanged. When you radio for a slip they come meet you and help you tie up. In the morning you will find a newspaper in your cockpit. The only problem I had was a Fountain powerboat that was next to me was incorrectly tied and threatened to crash into my boat when the winds shifted. I jumped on the boat and fixed his lines. Never saw the owner or any of the marina staff there at all to correct or comment on the issue. I guess he was a just another blow boater.
    Marc Holtzberg

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

  • Longboat Pass Bridge Update, Longboat Key, West Florida


    With a closed vertical clearance of 17ft, Longboat Pass Bridge crosses Longboat Pass which separates Longbeach and Bradenton Beach, south of Tampa Bay near Statute Mile 85. The bridge was closed to navigation for several weeks in October and November of 2014, see http://cruisersnet.net/?p=145234.

    FLORIDA – WEST COAST – LONGBOAT PASS: Bridge Update
    The Longboat Pass Bridge across Longboat Pass, Longboat, Manatee County, Florida has been repaired and is fully operational. Both the Longboat Pass and New Pass Bridges have returned to their normal operating schedules.

    Due to the problem with the bridge, the bridge owner, Florida Department of Transportation, will be making some emergency repairs to the bridge. They do not anticipate requesting any navigation restrictions during these repairs. As it will take some time to initiate this emergency repair action, the Longboat Pass Bridge may malfunction which could cause this bridge to be stuck in either the open or closed position. If the bridge is closed to navigation the bridge tender will notify any vessels in the vicinity of the bridge of this issue immediately and will request that they transit either north or south to avoid this bridge. The Coast Guard upon notification will issue a Broadcast Notice to Mariners and the New Pass Bridge will operate on a 24 hour a day schedule until repairs are made to the Longboat Pass Bridge. Chart 11425 LNM 31/15

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Longboat Pass

  • Hazard: Missing Marker at Sara Bay Marina, off Sarasota Bay, near GICW Statute Mile 80


    Our thanks to Skipper Fort for sending us this warning and advice. Sara Bay Marina is at the eastern end of a narrow, shallow, multi-marked channel.

    Danger: marker #2 at the entrance to Sara Bay Marina has been knocked down.
    It is imperative that you stay west and north of this sign as water to the south of the piling is 8″ at low tide and even out of water at dead low tide even though the nautical chart shows 5 feet.
    Dudley Fort

    Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Sara Bay Marina

  • Wake Issues in Mooring Field at Marina Jacks, Sarasota, FL, GICW Statute Mile 73


    Marina Operations/Marina Jacks abuts the east-northeastern shores, to the northeast of red unlighted daybeacon #8A in Sarasota Bay, in the heart of downtown Sarasota, Florida. Our thanks to Skipper Cohen for this report.

    Stayed at Mooring Field 2 nights. Great location and beautiful spot. There are some issues that need to be addressed. There are only a couple of no wake signs installed be Marina Jack which manages the Field owned by the City. Fishing and pleasure boats cruise through the Field regularly; there is no policing or security although there is a Fish and Wildlife boat at the marina. One of the tour boats operating out of the marina–Le Barge–takes a sanctioned shortcut through the field. Folks at marina seem to feel there is not much they can do. It’s a shame!
    Hedda Cohen

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

  • Visit to Marina Jacks, Sarasota, FL, Statute Mile 73


    Each year the Cape Coral Cruise Club makes an extended cruise and, after visiting several marinas on the Gulf Coast, sends us their reports. This report is one of eight marinas they visited in April. Everyone refers to the large, downtown Sarasota, Florida “city marina” as “Marina Jacks” but, in reality, that is the name of the on-site restaurant, and the maritime part of the operation is officially known as “Marina Operations.”

    The next to last stop on our trip was the always popular Marina Jacks in downtown Sarasota.  After breakfast by the cruise leaders, several members hopped on the shuttle to visit the Ringling Circus and Art Museum and the John Ringling Mansion. Others opted for the great shops and restaurants in downtown Sarasota.
    The Cape Coral Cruise Club is open to new members who own a boat with overnight accommodations and reside in the Cape Coral / Ft. Myers area. For membership information please contact Phil Kryger at 239-541-0236. View a short picture video of recent Club activities and read additional Club information on its website, www.c-c-c-c.org Like us on Facebook.

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Marina Operations/Marina Jacks

  • Report from Longboat Key Club Moorings, GICW Statute Mile 77.5, Sarasota, FL


    Each year the Cape Coral Cruise Club makes an extended cruise and, after visiting several marinas on the Gulf Coast, sends us their reports. This report is one of eight marinas they visited in April. Longboat Key Club Moorings guards the western shores of Sarasota Bay, north of the city of Sarasota, and south of Longboat Pass. With the advent of mooring fields in Florida, you might mistake this marina as just another set of mooring balls. But, as described in the report below, this is one “gorgeous” marina. And, of course, these good people are a SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR!!

    The next morning the boats departed Palm Island traveling north to the gorgeous Longboat Key Club Marina and Resort. Due to an unannounced bridge closing on the GICW just north of the Venice Inlet three boats went out the Venice Inlet and proceeded north to New Pass Inlet returning to the GICW and into Longboat Key. Most of the boats were in slips along a sea wall less than fifty feet from the beautiful pool and a fabulous restaurant.

    The next morning, breakfast was provided by the cruise leaders before members headed out on their own; some taking the Longboat shuttle bus to St. Armand’s Circle for shopping and the many fine bars and restaurants.  Others opted to borrow the resort bicycles, ride around the resort, and/or pedal the 3-1/2 mile trip to St. Armand’s.  As a side note, on the way to Longboat Key, one member drifted out of the channel, and ran aground in soft sand. Assistance from a tow boat got the boat back in the channel with no apparent damage.  Such is boating in the sometimes skinny waters of Southwest Florida!  Everyone knows how important it is to stay in the channel, but it is so easy to drift out. Two days later the cruise leaders drifted not more than fifteen feet off channel and ran aground.  Again, a tow boat was called, and the boat suffered no apparent damage.

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    Docktails poolside at Longboat Marina & Resort

    The Cape Coral Cruise Club is open to new members who own a boat with overnight accommodations and reside in the Cape Coral / Ft. Myers area. For membership information please contact Phil Kryger at 239-541-0236. View a short picture video of recent Club activities and read additional Club information on its website, www.c-c-c-c.org Like us on Facebook.

    Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Longboat Key Club Moorings

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Longboat Key Club Moorings

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