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[EXPIRED] “Rocky” Hazard in Dania Cut-off Canal, south of Fort Lauderdale, FL (Statute Mile 1068.5)

The “hazardous rock outcropping,” reported below in this article cherry picked from the latest Local Notice to Mariners, seems to lie along the Dania Cutoff Canal between Harbour Town Marina and Royal Palm Yacht Basin. So, clearly this is a hazard that both resident and visiting mariners must carefully take into account. Our best advice is the same as given below by the USCG. Stick strictly to the canal’s centerline, and proceed with CAUTION!

FLORIDA-FORT LAUDERDALE-DANIA CUT-OFF CANAL: Hazard to Navigation
The Coast Guard received a report of a hazardous rock outcropping located in the Dania Cutoff Canal along the northern side between Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair and Broward Shipyard, just west of the AT&T cable crossing. Estimated location is 26° 3.593′ N, 80° 7.893′ W. The outcropping extends approximately 30 ft. from the seawall towards the channel and is marked with a red 15” round buoy numbered 2. Mariners are urged to transit cautiously thru this area and stay in the channel. Chart 11470

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