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  • Destroyed Manatee Marker, Canaveral Canal, near AICW Statute Mile 894, 10/20/2016

    This destroyed Manatee Marker is at Harbortown Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR! The Canaveral barge canal crosses Merritt Island connecting the Waterway to the Banana River to the east.

    The U.S. Coast Guard received a report of a destroyed Slow Speed Manatee Zone sign in Brevard County. The piling remains, but is not visible to boaters and poses a hazard to navigation. The sign is in approximate position 28.4092N/-80.679W. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11478 LNM 42/16

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

  • Damaged Light, St. Lucie Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 985, 10/20/2016

    This damaged Inlet Light 4 is on the north side of the entrance channel. The St. Lucie Inlet interesets the Waterway at Mile 985 and the eastern entrance to the Okeechobee Waterway.

    St Lucie Inlet Light 4 (LLNR 10003) poses a hazard to navigation in position 27-10-03.183N/080-08-56.322W. The steel pile is missing both daymarks and the light is obscured. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11472 LNM 42/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at St. Lucie Inlet

  • Destroyed Manatee Marker, off Christopher Point, St. Johns River, FL, 10/20/2016

    This destroyed Manatee marker is upstream from downtown Jacksonville on the eastern shore off Christopher Point and SE of Marker #5.

    FLORIDA – ST JOHNS RIVER: Hazard to Navigation/Manatee Marker
    The U.S. Coast Guard has received a report of a Manatee marker destroyed and partially submerged in approximate position 30-14-35.52N/081-38-16.08W. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area.
    Chart 11492 LNM 42/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at St. Johns River

  • ALERT: Socastee Bridge to Remain Closed due to High Water for 10-15 Days, AICW Statute Mile 371

    10/20 9:45 AM There is still no answer at the bridge to confirm this closure, so no further information is available at this time. Our thanks to author Robert Sherer for this notice. With a closed vertical clearance of 11ft, the Socastee Swing Bridge crosses the Waterway at Mile 371. Residents have been ordered to evacuate, see link below.

    10/20 2:00 PM The NC DOT (843-356-2130) states that the water was to have crested yesterday or today and then it will be 10-15 days before the water will recede and the bridge electrics can be examined and/or repaired. The DOT asks that you not call for information until later next week. And thanks to Bob Sherer for supplying this update.

    The Socastee swing bridge was closed today due to high water. There was no date given for the return to operation.
    Robert Sherer

    10/18 Socastee Residents Ordered to Evacuate

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s South Carolina Directory Listing For Socastee Bridge

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Socastee Bridge

  • SSECN Cap Winners, AGLCA Rendezvous, Joe Wheeler State Park

    David and Kim Witt were the fortunate winners in a drawing for a SSECN Cruising Cap at America’s Great Loop Cruisers’ Association at their annual Fall Rendezvous being held at Joe Wheeler State Park in Rogersville, AL October 17-20, 2016.

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    Loopers David and Kim Witt

    David and Kim Witt

    Curtis Hoff and Winston Fowler, SSECN Team Members

    Curtis Hoff and Winston Fowler, SSECN Team Members

  • Post-Matthew Marina Reports

    SSECN will keep this posting updated as we receive reports from marinas. Marinas are listed in rough geographic north to south order. Info on bridges and locks will be posted separately. Our thoughts are with all of you traveling on the water and those communities affected by Matthew.


    Atlantic Yacht Basin – Mile 12
    We’re drying out the shops and store but back to business as usual. Dockmasters are here around the clock if any assistance is needed by the boaters travelling. The water has receded so we’re no longer in danger of high water. The Great Bridge Locks are operating but the Centerville and North Landing Bridges are not working due to the high water exposure and maintenance issues.
    I hope you’re safe and no trouble was encountered with Matthew. It caught us all by surprise because we thought the low pressure system was going to push the storm away from us but the front was delayed…
    Best regards,

    Manteo Marina, NC – Fully operational – Pamlico Sound

    Pirates Cove Marina – Pamilco Sound
    10/16 I was just advised that the fuel pumps at Pirates Cove went down. Closest fuel will be in Sanchez’s or Coinjock in the interim. Will advise when PC has fuel working….All best…George
    Pirates Cove Marina also just before the Baum bridge also took damage to docks…but they are back in business and a good place to fuel up if you’re headed south.

    Shallowbag Marina – Pamlico Sound
    Suggest calling them since they took heavy dock damage and may have limited availability for dockage and fuel.

    New Bern Grand Marina – Neuse/Trent River

    River Dunes Marina – Neuse River, Mile 173.5
    Happy to report no damage at all to the marina or Harbor Club. We are fully functional and welcoming transient boaters with full power, wi-fi, hot showers and weeknight family style dining in the Harbor Club. Just off MM173.
    Rich Beliveau

    McCotters Marina, NC – Pamlico River
    Fully operational

    Morehead City Yacht Basin – Mile 203
    Blue skies are back and fall is upon us! The marina is fully operational and so are the many local restaurants, stores and attractions.
    As we open back up after our evaluation for Hurricane Matthew, we wanted to remind everyone of our Winter Special. Stay at least three months from November to March and pay $10/ft per month. We are filling up fast so make your reservations now! 252-726-6862
    Cheryl Bomar
    Staff Accountant
    Morehead City Yacht Basin

    Bennett Brothers Yachts and Cape Fear Marina – Cape Fear River
    Just wanted you to know, BBY and the Cape Fear Marina did great after the visit by Hurricane Matthew! We are extremely fortunate to be in such a protected location for folks seeking refuge from a storm. We hauled a ton of boats and every slip was filled in the marina which kept us busy up until Friday afternoon. At the last minute, we had to cancel our participation at the Annapolis Sailboat Show. I could not leave the yard nor could I ask any employee to leave their homes to go to the show. It would have been our 30th year at the show and I was really looking forward to it but I would have been a wreck wondering what was happening to the yard!
    How did you do?
    Patricia Donovan Bennett
    See for a free dockage offer

    Southport Marina – Mile 309
    Hank might have already responded to you, but we are in good shape, just trying to get these boats back out in the water from storage during the Hurricane. We escaped with minimal damage. Back up and running already getting calls for transient reservations.
    Debbie Nicholson

    Bald Head Island – Mile 307
    Fully operational

    Deep Pointe marina – Mile 307
    ully operational

    Myrtle Beach Yacht Club – Mile 346
    We fared very well at MBYC.
    We sustained minor dock and tree damage.
    We are open and fully operational this morning.
    Leila Vitale

    Barefoot Marina – Mile 353.5
    Fully operational

    Barefoot Landing Dock – Mile 353.5
    Docks reported to be out of the water and leaning against bulkhead

    Harbourgate Resort Marina, Myrtle Beach, SC – Mile 347
    Fully operational

    Osprey Marina – Mile 373.5
    Just spoke with Miles at Osprey and they are still without power, but are expecting anytime now. Otherwise no real damage to their operations. Welcome mat is in place and hospitality extended.
    Winston Fowler

    Dataw Island Marina, SC – Mile 521.5
    Rick said all floating docks destroyed. No fuel and no transients until further notice.
    Just taking care as best possible those current full time customers who make Dataw Island their home port.

    Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina – Mile 471
    I just spoke to Kelly Poe at Charleston Harbor Resort Marina and he said they did have some damages to docks over near the aircraft carrier which will have to be replaced and they have moved boats from there into their other slips. They still have all other necessary services available. They will welcome southbounders this Fall and ask them to do the following:
    If you are under 50 feet you should be okay but call in advance to make sure space available.
    If you are over 50′ call well in advance as space is really limited and you may have to comply with a specific arrival time and departure time.
    Tele: 843-284-7065 Cell: 843-297-2949
    Kelly encourages all to take it very slow and be very watchful and careful and report findings to
    the internet sites like Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net, Water Way Guide, and Active Captain to help others who may be passing through the same areas later.

    City Marina of Charleston – Mile 473
    City Marina is open for business. See
    David Rogers

    City Boatyard – Charleston – Wando River
    Hi all, hope everyone is doing well! Attached is an aerial photo for you of pre-storm Matthew at City Boatyard in Charleston. Fortunately the scene was exactly the same post-storm.

    City Boatyard - Charleston, SC

    City Boatyard – Charleston, SC

    Thank you,
    Ron Gift
    City Boatyard
    Charleston, SC.

    St. Johns Yacht Harbor – Mile 478
    Touched base with St. John’s Yacht Harbor, John’s Island, SC. Spoke to assistant to manager Bill Chamberlain. She said they did loose some of their transient dockage . However, they will have some room during the Fall season on a very limited basis. They do have fuel and electric still available and encourage all to call ahead of time to make sure they will be able to stay.
    They are also offering to help folks anchor off facilities and they will provide shuttle service back to offices if so desired.

    Downtown Marina, Beaufort, SC – 536.5
    Winston. We are up and running with all services. We were lucky! Most of the marinas in the Beaufort /Hilton Head area have damage.

    Skull Creek Marina – Mile 555
    Fuel dock destroyed, but they have a few slips available.

    Hilton Head Harbor Marina – Mile 557
    Waiting on power to rebuild the fuel dock and to pump fuel

    Windmill Harbour Marina, Hilton Head, SC – Mile 558
    No structural damage to marina itself.
    Some mechanical and electrical issues with the entrance lock, but can operate manually.
    Basically all is well but because of lock-through concerns, all should call before assuming they will be received.

    Palmetto Bay Marina – Mile 564
    When I talked to Hilton Head they said Palmetto Bay Marina is gone and also Sea Pines Charter House and Dockhouse are gone.

    Harbour Town Yacht Basin – Mile 565
    CLOSED: See
    10/16 They can pump fuel but they would have to be given some notice.

    Isle of Hope Marina – Mile 590
    Hope you are well! We did not have any damage from the Hurricane and we are up and fully operational at this time.
    Please do not hesitate to let us know if you need anything further.
    Thanks for checking on us!

    Jekyll Harbor Marina – Mile 684.5
    They are fully operational

    Fernandina Harbor Marina – Mile 716.5
    Oct 8, 2016 – Update
    The status of the marina, boats, buildings and docks is being assessed. As we know the facts, they will be shared with you. Currently waiting on Shaves Bridge to reopen to start any repairs.

    Inlet Marina – Mile 775.5
    Inlet Marina is closed and report that their docks are destroyed and their fuel pumps are underwater.

    Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor – Mile 775.5
    Open with minimal impact from Matthew. Some minor issues and some electrical outages, but all is under control and is being fixed and they are open and have their welcome mat rolled out for boaters in their area.

    Marineland Marina – Mile 796
    All is well at the Town of Marineland Marina. We are fully operational and look forward to the fall migration. We have also dredged our 50′ slips and channel and now have 6.5′ of water at low tide for deeper draft vessels. Our nature trails, beachfront boardwalks, and the Marineland Dolphin Adventure all came through Hurricane Matthew with little to no damage and are ready to showcase this most beautiful, serene, and natural section of coastal Florida with the cruising community.
    Chris Kelley

    Hammock Beach Resort and Marina – Mile 802
    Fully operational

    Cocoa Village Marina – Mile 897
    10/17 9:45AM Just a quick head up letting you know we are now able to take limited, daily rate transient business until further notice.
    Ken Lunden

    Old Port Cove Marina, North Palm Beach Marina, New Port Cove Marine Center – Mile 1014
    All three of our marinas are safe and secure and received no storm damage. We are open for business and ready to welcome boaters headed to the Palm Beaches. We look forward to serving you!
    Sue Morgan,
    Marketing Director
    PS – We are so lucky! Feeling very sad for the marinas in HHead etc.

    Harbortown Marina at Merritt Island – Mile 894
    Fully operational

    Bimini Sands Marina – South Bimini
    Fully operational

    West End – Grand Bahama
    Reported closed, amount of damage unknown

    Port Lucaya – Grand Bahama
    Reported closed, amount of damage unknown

    Grand Bahama Yacht Club – Grand Bahama
    Reported closed, amount of damage unknown

  • Weather and Navigation Briefs at the Dock, Southport Marina, AICW Statute Mile 309.5

    Once again Carolina Yacht Service, Zimmerman Marine and Southport Marina, A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, are teaming up to offer FREE weather and navigation daily briefings for the Fall Migration. A big thank you to these hard-working folks!

    Weather and Navigation Briefs at the Southport Marina Dock for Fall 2016 Read More!

    Back by popular demand! Celebrating our third year offering this free, one of a kind service.
    Headed south through Southport, NC this fall? The two things we hear most in discussions amongst cruisers are concerns for coastal weather, winds and seas and navigation issues on the ICW. Well Southport Marina, in historic Southport NC, decided to do something about it.
    Teaming with Carolina Yacht Care (cYc) and Zimmerman Marine, Southport Marina invites you to join them during the Fall 2016 transient season for daily “Weather and Navigation Briefs on the Dock” – geared towards transiting boaters.
    These informal discussions are an opportunity for you to join fellow cruisers at the end of the day for a presentation and interactive discussion on weather and navigation issues for the next leg of your journey.
    Retired US Navy meteorologist, cruising sailor and owner of Carolina Yacht Care – Hank Pomeranz, hosts the daily discussions. Hank will review the current National Weather Service advisories, watches and warnings, analyses and forecast charts and discuss the resultant forecasts for winds and seas, precipitation, temperatures, fog and severe weather potential for the Carolina coast north of Southport.
    On the ICW navigation side, Hank will draw from the US Army Corps of Engineers surveys, USCG Notices to Mariners, recent fellow cruiser postings in cooperation with Salty Southeast Cruiser’s Net, The Waterway Guide, ActiveCaptain and local knowledge.
    And, you won’t have to memorize everything presented. They’ll have handouts you can take back to your boat and review at your leisure.
    Briefings will be held daily at 6PM through 15 December 2016 at the marina docks.
    Daily “Weather and Navigation Briefs at the Dock”: yet another great reason to stop and stay with us at Southport Marina.

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Southport Marina

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

  • Dredging Underway in Cape Fear River, AICW Statute Mile 304

    This Waterway dredging project is east of Horseshoe Shoal just north of Southport, NC.

    Cottrell Contracting Corporation Dredge Lexington will be conducting dredging operations on the lntracoastal Waterway, north of Cape Fear River, Wilmington, Brunswick County. NC in the area off Cape Fear Lighted Buoy 25 (LLNR 30530) and Cape Fear Lighted Buoy 25A (LLNR 30531) from 25 September until 1 November 2016.

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