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[EXPIRED] IMPORTANT – More AICW Shoaling Reported at Statute Mile 270, near New Topsail Inlet

Shoaling at Statute Mile 271 - Click for Chartview

This shoaling, reported in an article cherry picked from the latest Local Notice to Mariners, is occurring immediately south of Statute Mile 270, near the AICW’s intersection with New Topsail Inlet. As you probably know, the mention of Cape Fear River is the USCG chart designation and does not refer to the Cape Fear area.
NOTICE THE REFERENCE BELOW TO THE AICW CHANNEL ONLY BEING “35 FEET” WIDE!!!!!! Yikes!!!!!
If ANYONE has traversed this stretch of the AICW within the last 30 days, PLEASE SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES WITH THE CRUISING COMMUNITY BY FOLLOWING THE “Click Here to Submit Cruising News” link on the upper right of this and all (except Chart View) SSECN pages!!!

NC – NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND – NEW RIVER-CAPE FEAR RIVER – SHOALING
Shoaling to a depth of 1.0 ft. MLW has been reported between New River -Cape Fear River Buoy 99 (LLNR 39547) and New River -Cape Fear River Light 100 (LLNR 39550). Chart: 11541.

NC – NEUSE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND – NEW RIVER TO CAPE FEAR RIVER (AICW) – SHOALING
Shoaling to depth of less than 4.0 ft MLW has been reported between New River-Cape Fear River 99A (LLNR 39548) and New River-Cape Fear River 99B (LLNR 39549). Channel width appears to have been reduced to approximately 35 feet. Chart:11541.

Seasons greetings! Today is 12/22/12 and at 10:30am we navigated this spot described as being very shallow. We are in a sailboat with a draft of 5.2ft. The tide was 30minutes on the flood side of low. Per advice from TowBoat US out of Wrightsville Beach, we favored the greens. The shallowest we saw was 6.3feet near Green can “99B”. A bit deeper near “99A”. TowBoat indicated the channel is about 35feet in width in this area. We didnt test it. Favoring green cans “99″, “99A”, and “99B” worked for us. Our thanks to TowBoat US and the man ashore with words of warning.
Barb Masinton, s/v Waterdog

Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Statute Mile 270

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