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[EXPIRED] Uncharted Marker/Shoaling On AICW/Stono River (Statute Mile 480), Feb 22, 2012

Even the latest chartplotters cannot keep up with buoys added to mark shoaling and it can be confusing to approach a marker that often just does not make sense when looking at the chart. Thanks to Capt. Long for bringing this uncharted marker to our attention!

This marker is when you start to look for the bridge fendering and line up for it. It looks like a straight shot to the bridge but it isn’t.
Roger Long

Stono River Mile 480.1 just south of John F. Limehouse Bridge
Between G 39 and G 41
N32 46.824 W80 07.162
Red to mark apparent shoaling

Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Mile 480

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