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  • Marina Status Reports from Hurricane/Tropical Storm Florence

    These reports are updated as received. Reports are in rough north to south order. Please note that a number of marinas are not answering our phone calls – let’s hope that isn’t a sign of damage.

    CLICK HERE FOR MARINA REPORTS FROM North Carolina!

    Dismal Swamp Canal and Locks– Fully operational

    Albemarle Plantation Marina – Okay

    Anchorage Marina, Ocracoke Island – all fine except under gov’t no visitor restrictions for a few days

    Elizabeth City docks – All Okay

    R.E.Mayo
    We just got power back today, Thursday, Sept. 20th. However we have some clean up to do and are not open. Will notify when open. When compared to others around us, we were blessed.

    McCotters Marina
    Just spoke to Mark Henley at McCotters Marina, Washington, NC.
    THey are cleaning up debris, but they have power on three of four docks, expecting full power later on; and they are rolling out the welcome mat for all coming through North Carolina.

    Morehead City Yacht Basin
    Docks are fine, power is being restored today so all is good. We are up and fully operational. Thank you, Morehead City Yacht Basin

    Manteo Waterfront Marina – all okay

    Bennett Brothers Yachts
    Hurricane preparations have helped so much. Bennett Brothers Yachts and Marina survived, not unscathed but survived. All our employess who can actually get to work are here and getting everything back in order. Our plans are to be back and open by Monday, September 24th.

    Dowry Creek Marina
    Just spoke to Dowry Creek owners and based on note they sent earlier, efforts running a little slower than desired. However, diesel should be ready to pump by Friday; gas will take several more days. The main dock currently has several slips available to tie up, but no power yet. Some limited power is available along main pier for about five slips, more expected on main pier docks by friday or no later than Saturday for more transient slips. CLub house is open, pool being cleaned, all are working hard and want to roll out the carpet for those heading south through North Carolina.

    New Bern Grand Marina
    I want to first start by saying that we hope everyone is safe and out of harms way. I have finally got cell signal to send information out. Also, all ramps to the docks have now been repaired. All docks are accessible and now also have water.   See Special Report from New Bern Marina for full report.

    Washington, NC
    Town docks open, but no electrical until later this week.

    Chowan County – Edenton, NC
    Thank you for checking on us – we are up and running – Nancy

    From River Forest Marina, Belhaven, NC
    To our boating family and friends:
    We have currently evacuated our docks, and will not be taking dock or room reservations until after the wake of Hurricane Florence.
    We will be open for any gas boats needing fuel while trying to get out of harms way. We wish everyone safe travels, and looking forward to seeing you after the storm.

    Moss Landing
    We had approximately thirty boats remain in the marina. At this point all are secure and doing nicely. The floating docks have performed perfectly without any damage yet. We received about 10 feet of storm surge but the wind has been moderate. Flooding is now an issue but hopefully it will dissipate as the storm moves inland.
    Thanks Terry Smithwick

    Manteo Waterfront Marina
    So far we have come through unscathed.
    It’s got to be a miracle !
    Thanks for your thoughts and prayers !
    Carl Jordan

    Bald Head Island Marina and Deep Point Marina
    Bald Head Island still remains under a “State of Emergency” along with Brunswick County, North Carolina. This includes mandatory curfews in the evenings so that NC-DOT crews working can make necessary repairs without dangers on the roadways due to storm damages. Additionally a number of other local municipalities are also under curfews.
    Bald Head Island Marina and Deep Point Marina remain closed until further notice. The Cape Fear River is also closed until officially reopened by the US Coast Guard.

    Southport Marina
    Closed until further notice

    CLICK HERE FOR MARINA REPORTS FROM South Carolina and points south!

    Myrtle Beach Yacht CLub, Little River – fully operational

    Barefoot Marina, N.Myrtle Beach – fully operational

    Osprey Marina, Murrell’s Inlet – fully operational
    Open and has fuel, per their dockmaster as of September 20, 2018

    Harborwalk Marina, Georgetown – fully operational

    Everything south of Georgetown seems to be in fully operational

    Charleston City Marina
    As you probably know all The Charleston City Marina entities are open for business. We were VERY LUCKY!
    David Rogers

    Downtown Marina, Beaufort , SC
    Just wanted to give ya’ll an update on our marina. We were fortunate enough not to have to close our doors. We are open every day for transient slips and fuel. There was also no impact on our beautiful town.
    Thanks!
    Mandy Griffin

    Jekyll Harbor Marina
    All is well at Jekyll Harbor Marina. Also that we have plenty of fuel on hand for those that are fortunate enough to be southbound and away from Florence.
    Bill Weeks

  • Next Week’s Happenings on Charlotte Harbor, Punta Gorda, FL, September 24-30, 2018


    Fisherman's Village Marina and Resort, Punta Gorda, FL
    Punta Gorda, Florida - a GREAT cruising destination

    There is always plenty to do around Charlotte Harbor, as you will see in the calendar below. Whether you are moored in Punta Gorda’s mooring field or berthed at Fishermen’s Village Marina, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, you will enjoy your visit to beautiful Charlotte Harbor, where Punta Gorda, also A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, lies on Western Florida’s Charlotte Harbor/Peace River.

    CLICK HERE FOR NEXT WEEK'S HAPPENINGS!
      

    Punta Gorda Englewood Bch Logo

    Happy Friday!

    This Week’s Happenings has posted.

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    Punta Gorda/Englewood Beach Visitor & Convention Bureau
    1700 Tamiami Tr., Unit G2
    Port Charlotte, FL
    941.743.1900

     

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  • Post- Florence ICW Conditions by Seven Seas Sailing Association

    Our thanks to the Seven Seas Sailing Association for this detailed report. NOTE that Socastee Swing Bridge at mile 371 south of Myrtle Beach is closed due to high water, see NAV ALERT. And note that conditions are changing on a daily basis, so stay connected to an active site like Cruisers’ Net for up to the minute news.

    Post-Florence news for those cruising in the Eastern U.S.

    Both North Carolina and South Carolina suffered and continue to suffer ongoing flooding damages. As of Sept. 20th, 2018, two ICW bridges in Virginia south of the Atlantic Yacht Basin opened for marine traffic, the Centerville Turnpike Bridge and the North Landing Bridge. READ MORE!

    This now allows transit from Elizabeth River to Beaufort/Moorhead City, NC via the major ICW route. Vessels that had been collecting at anchor or marinas up the Elizabeth River/Hampton or at the basin are now able to head down the ICW to Beaufort and points south. Boats at Coinjock, where many sheltered from Hurricane Florence, are now moving to Beaufort as well; the ICW waterway is likely to be crowded.

    Many areas south of Beaufort, NC, where flooding occurred/is ongoing, are in recovery. Oriental just got power to the marinas in the last day or so, as of Sept. 20th. However, due to the fact fuel pumps and tanks require power, as well as EPA certification to re-open, it will be on a case-by-case basis for fuel availability; at least four more days for Oriental Marina and Inn, who usually has fuel for boaters.

    There may be some slips, but high water caused damages. Whittaker Pointe Marina is open with some slips/without fuel, but again, call ahead. Pungo River showed major flooding (water up to windows on buildings), so checking in that area is critical.

    As to fuel, Beaufort Docks have fuel and slips; making slip reservations are advised, though. Many boats are leaving from that location heading to Charleston, SC as their next stop. Common sense suggests the ICW will be impacted by floating debris, so night travel is certainly not advised; offshore is possible with great care. At all times, manning the helm with eyes visually scanning the water during passage is critical. Some inlets are likely shoaled, and the information is limited until the USCG checks out buoys and depths.

    Osprey Marina in Myrtle Beach, SC is open and has fuel, per their dockmaster as of September 20, 2018. So, if a jump to Charleston, SC is too far, stopping in Myrtle Beach could be an option for fuel needs.

    For those boats heading south to the Chesapeake Bay, the various lower bay marinas are open and fuel is available; it’s business as usual. Newly dredged to 8+ feet Saltponds Marina has slips and fuel, as does Bluewater Marina, Old Point Comfort, Cobbs Marina, Tidewater Marina, Norfolk Waterside, Portsmouth Public Docks, Ocean Yacht Marina, and Atlantic Yacht Basin to name a few. Mill Creek Anchorage at Fort Monroe near Old Point Comfort YC has a new floating dinghy dock just completed; this allows anchored vessels to tie up their dinghies on the main street of Phoebus, with easy walking to local eateries and grocery stores. Car parking is available nearby. No damage was experienced only minor flooding; marinas/anchorages are all open and fuel is available.

  • NAV ALERT: LNM: Socastee Swing Bridge Closed, AICW Statute Mile 371, 9/20/2018


    Like now-open Centerville Turnpike and North Landing Bridges were earlier, Socastee Bridge, with a closed vertical clearance of 11ft, falls victim to flooding from Florence. Please observe the NO-WAKE ZONE through this area where homes sit at water level. Our thanks to Office Jeromy Sherrill, Sector Charleston, for this notice.

    Due to expected flooding, the Socastee Swing Bridge in Horry County, SC will be closed to marine traffic beginning 12pm on Sept, 21 2018. The bridge will remain closed until the floodwaters subside. Mariners are urged to prepare and plan transits accordingly to avoid unnecessary disruption. READ MORE!

    For additional information regarding the bridge closure log onto the South Carolina Department of Transportation website at http://www.scdot.org.

    The following Safety Advisory is still in effect:

    The Captain of the Port Charleston has issued a safety advisory and no wake restrictions for the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway in the vicinity of Georgetown, SC to Little River, SC. It is highly recommended that all mariners consider high water stages, current and drift when preparing to transit in this area. Mariners are also advised to reduce wake in developed areas to protect and minimize damage to homes and other structures.

    This MSIB can be viewed at https://homeport.uscg.mil/port-directory/charleston. For questions or concerns regarding this MSIB, please contact Sector Charleston Waterways Management Division at (843) 323-7761 or the Sector’s 24-hour Command Center at (843) 740-7050.

    Thank you,
    Jeromy Sherrill, MSTC
    U.S. Coast Guard
    Sector Charleston
    843-740-3186 x3325

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  • Good News: Centerville Tpk and North Landing Bridges NOW OPEN! AICW Statute Miles 15.2 and 20.2


    Having been closed due to high water from Florence, both bridges are now open.  Our thanks to Matt the Bridge Tender for this update!

    Centerville Turnpike Bridge & North Landing Bridge are OPEN as of Thursday morning ((20 Sept)
    V/R,
    Matt

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  • Boatlines September 20 from Marine Industries of the Treasure Coast, Martin County, FL


    Martin County Florida
    Vero Beach Marina
     Fort Pierce City Marina 1 Avenue A, Ft. Pierce, FL 34950 Toll Free (800) 619-1780 (772) 464-1245 Facsimile (772) 464-2589

    At the intersection of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and the Okeechobee Waterway, Martin County, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is a hub of boating activity and of events of interest to boaters.

    CLICK HERE FOR Boatlines September 20!
     
    Eco-Evenings: A Monthly Lecture Series
     
    Launching on Thursday, Sep 20th
     
    The Fort Pierce Yacht Club and partner Manatee Observation and Education Center presents 3rd Thursday Eco-Evenings. Register and bring your friends and neighbors for the kickoff of this community event as the Marine Resources Council Executive Director Dr. Leesa Souto, will discuss the first-ever comprehensive health analysis of the entire Indian River Lagoon. The evening begins with a brief social, followed by Dr. Souto’s presentation at 6:30 p.m., followed by a question and discussion session.
     
    Fall for Safe Boating with a Safety-Skills Course
     
     
    WHAT: ABC3 America’s Boating Course, 3rd Edition
                 Presented by St. Lucie River Power Squadron,
     America’s Boating Club of Martin County
                 Comprehensive course focuses on family boating
    safety to include “Rules of the Road,” seamanship,
    piloting, navigation and more. Completed course
    qualifies for Florida Boating Safety Education ID Card.
     
    WHEN: October 13-14, 2018 – SaturdaySunday9 am-4 pm
     
    WHERE: St. Joseph Parish Life Center
                     (Room 7 on far eastern side of campus)
                    1300 E. 10th Street, Stuart Parking across from
    Parkway Drive on eastern side of campus)
     
    COST: $50, cash or check made payable to SLRPS
               Includes instruction and materials
               Families may share materials – $10 fee for each
    additional family member
     
    FURTHER INFORMATION: St. Lucie River Power Squadron website: www.slrps.org  (Click on Event or Education Links)
     
    QUESTIONS and REGISTRATION: Paul Vallier, (772) 678-2468, pavallier@aim.com
     
    Martin County Marine Transportation Route Information
     
     
    Marine Industry Partners – Please Complete This Form!
     
    The Martin County Board of County Commissioners and the Business Development Board have been working for years on creating a designated marine transportation route in the Stuart Park of Commerce and Manatee Pocket areas. This will allow easier access for larger vessels being transported by truck to get in the water. We are applying for grant funding that would cover the cost of potentially burying electrical/cable/etc. overhead lines and adjust traffic signals. The proposal also includes an overlay district that would not allow new developments the ability to construct overhead powerlines.
     
     
    In order for the County to submit the application, we would like for you to take a
    few minutes to complete the attached beneficiary form. This is NOT a commitment, but rather a good faith estimate that if all goes well this project would allow your business to grow by jobs and money.
     
    Use the following information for the first two questions: (1) Proposed EDA Project Title: Marine Transportation Routes (2) Lead Applicant: Martin County Board of County Commissioners
     
     
    International Coastal Cleanup Day,
    September 15th
     
    Ais on the Lagoon,
    September 30th
     
     
     
    October Classes at Chapman School of Seamanship
     
    Career Classes:
    OUPV (Less than 100 GRT) 10/8/18 – 10/17/18
    MROP Marine Radio Operator’s Permit 10/11/18
    Professional Mariner Training 10/4/18 – 12/14/18
     
    Recreational Classes:
    CPC 100 Boating Essentials 10/13/18 – 10/14/18 (Weekend Class)
    CPC 200 Powerboat Handling 10/20-10/21/18 (Weekend Class)
    CPC 2000 Costal Cruising 10/22/18 -10/26/18
    Mariner Training 10/4/18 – 11/30/18
     
     
    MIATC Board of Directors
     
     President:       John Yudin of Guy Yudin & Foster
    Vice President:   Bill Biggs of Riverwatch Marina
    Secretary:       Artie Olson of Vero Marine Center
    Past President:   Mike Kiefer of Kimley-Horn & Associates
       Director:         Gail Byrd of Coastal Realty of Stuart
       Director:         Dan Dietz of Dietz Enterprises
       Director:         Gary Geurtin of Coastal Angler – Treasure Coast/Bahamas
       Director:         Eric Hruska of Hinckley Yachts   
       Director:       Mike Kiefer of Kimley-Horn & Associates
       Director:          Butch Olsen  of Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority
       Director:        Debbie Skidmore of Water Pointe Realty Group
       Director:         Jim Truslow of Boat Owners Warehouse
     
    Michele Miller                                        Debbi Czerniak    
     Director of Operations                              Communications Coordinator
     mmiller.miatc@gmail.com                dczerniak.miatc@gmail.com 
     
    MIATC | PO Box 1639Stuart, FL 34997
     
     
     
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  • Special Weather Advisory for Bald Head Island, Cape Fear River, NC

    SPECIAL WEATHER ADVISORY FOR CAPE FEAR RIVER!
    SPECIAL WEATHER ADVISORY: (UPDATE #11 – 6:00 A.M. – 20 SEP 2018):
    PHASE ONE (A) ASSESSMENT UPDATE
    HURRICANE FLORENCE EVENT
    20 SEP 2018 (6:00 a.m. UPDATE)
    ISLAND IS STILL UNDER PHASE ONE (A) READ MORE!

    DUE TO RECOVERY EFFORTS – FRIDAY’S VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED – A FOLLOW UP DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED ONCE DETERMINED
    THE ISLAND STILL REMAINS UNDER A STATE OF EMERGENCY ALONG WITH BRUNSWICK COUNTY.
    THIS INCLUDES MANDATORY CURFEWS IN THE EVENING SO NCDOT CREWS WORKING TO MAKE NECESSARY REPAIRS CAN DO SO WITHOUT ADDED DANGERS ON THE ROADWAYS DUE TO THE STORM.
    A NUMBER OF MUNICIPALITIES ALSO ARE STILL UNDER CURFEW
    BHI MARINA & DEEP POINT MARINA REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS DOES THE CAPE FEAR RIVER YET TO BE OFFICIALLY OPENED BY THE USCG.
    THE FOLLOWING REMAINS IN EFFECT WITH THE PHASED RE-ENTRY:
    PHASE ONE (A) – VILLAGE EOC MEMBERS AND OTHERS DEEMED ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL BY THE EOC DIRECTOR/INCIDENT COMMAND ON ISLAND ONLY IN GETTING UTILITY SERVICES BACK ONLINE TO INCLUDE AT&T, DUKE, AND SPECTRUM PERSONNEL. ALSO PERMITTED ON ISLAND ARE PERSONNEL OF THE MARKET – DEEMED A CRITICAL EOC ASSET FOR BOTH CURRENT ON-GOING RECOVERY EFFORTS AS WELL AS AN ASSET IN THE TRANSITION OF RE-ENTRY TO PHASE ONE (B) AND INTO PHASE TWO.
    PRIMARY OBJECTIVES FOR TODAY:
    (1) CONTINUE WITH 10” PUMPING FROM LAGOONS TO OCEAN OUTFALLS.
    (2) CONTINUE MAINTAINING GRAVITY FLOW OF FLOODWATERS TO BH CREEK.
    (3) CONTINUE WITH ROAD DEBRIS CLEARING WITH MINIMUM OF ONE LANE. EOC PERSONNEL HAVE MADE ACCESS FROM FEDERAL TO BHI CONSERVANCY INTERSECT AT SBHW – BUT DUE TO FLOODING OF ROADWAY IMPASSABLE.
    OTHER ACTIONS TO OCCUR TODAY:
    ADDITIONAL PUMPS HAVE ARRIVED AT DEEP POINT MARINA LATE LAST NIGHT AND WILL BE MOBIILZED TO INCLUDE; 3 ea. 6” PUMPS AND 2 ea. 4” PUMPS TO SUPPLEMENT VILLAGES PUMP ASSETS ALREADY IN PLACE.
    WE CONTINUE TO OBTAIN DRONE IMAGERY & PHOTOS OF IMPACTS AND ARE CATOLOGING. THESE HAVE BEEN USEFUL TO EOC TEAM MEMBERS WITH FLOODWATER PUMPING ASSESSMENTS & PLANNING.
    PLEASE KNOW THAT FOR MOST AREAS WITHIN CAPE FEAR STATION & MIDDLE ISLAND THAT ARE UNDER THE CANOPY OF THE FOREST, OBTAINING THIS DATA IS DIFFICULT AND ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE DUE TO CANPOPY COVERAGE. TO DATE, WE HAVE OBTAINED THROUGH EITHER AERIAL PHOTOS, NOAA SATELLITE IMAGERY OF THE OCEANFRONT SHORELINE, AND/OR DRONE IMAGERY, MOST OF THE ISLAND.
    THE VILLAGE WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE DAILY UPDATES ON PROGRESS MADE IN AN EFFORT TO GET THE ISLAND TO A POINT WHERE WE CAN TRANSITION INTO PHASE ONE (B) AND ON TO PHASE TWO AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
    Chris McCall
    Village’s Voice
    Village of Bald Head Island
    106 Lighthouse Wynd
    Bald Head Island, NC 28461
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  • An Update from New Bern Grand Marina, New Bern, NC, off the Neuse River


    New Bern Grand Marina Yacht Club

    The New Bern Grand Marina, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, lies in the heart of downtown New Bern, North Carolina, along Trent River’s northern banks between Trent River highway and railroad bridges. New Bern took a direct hit from Florence and the community has experienced extensive flooding.

     

    All,
    Millissa here,
    I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for their rock-solid and uplifting feedback regarding how the entire team (staff and or marina community) pooled together to secure the marina for Florence. I’m nothing less than amazed by the support of the local and extended boating community and their genuine concern. Jeremy and team have been tasked with an extensive list of tasks that would frazzle the minds of most, but are relentlessly pushing the marina forward to the next phase of updates an repairs and will assume an aggressive round of replacements and updates in the upcoming months. They are exhausted so please be patient. Not a single one of us would enjoy most of the things they are doing.
    READ MORE!
    Since my client acquired the property, a progressive list of updates and repairs have been made to the marina on a planned schedule, however this next round of updates and repairs may prove to be a bit more extensive as we must seek the counsel of marine contractors. As most would agree, this next phase will ensure our beloved marina continues to be one of the best and most affordable destination marinas in eastern North Carolina, so again, please be patient as we move forward. 

    Also, all ramps to the docks have now been repaired. All docks are accessible and now also have water.

     
    Remember, through the miry mud of weary tired souls, the best efforts of many will make us grand. 
     
    Thank you again for being who you are! 
     
    (Please see an important message from Jeremy below)
     
    Millissa
     
    —————————————————————————————————————————————-
    Important Message – Hurricane Florence Aftermath Preparation & Instructions
     
       As you come back to the marina please take into account all the work vehicles and trucks in the area.  Note-be aware of tripping hazards on the docks as repairs are being made.
     
    Entrance: to the marina and docks: the entry point to the marina will be at the Craven Street walkway. The hotel will be blocked off and there will be a walkway to the marina. This will be the main and only entrance. 
     
    ID’s: everyone needs to have IDs to walk around town. The NB police and National Guard will be checking IDs and your reason to be downtown. It’s also recommended to have a document from your boat. I am providing the Police and Hotel staff a list of those in the marina to verify their entry. I will have it to them by tomorrow.
     
    Ramps: I am working on the ramps for F and D dock. I hope to have them up in the next couple days. 
     
    Power: expect power to be off for the next month. I have spoke to the city and we are on the list. All transformers for each dock have been damaged.
     
    Water: I was working on finding the water main today and will continue tomorrow. The main has been covered up by sand, dirt and debris. Unfortunately it’s been a bear to find. I hope to find it soon to assess any damage and effect repair quickly.
     
    Mail/ Packages: all mail and packages will come to the sales office for now. I have advised the postal service and will advised UPS and FEDEX. 
     
    We will be here everyday to try and assist with limited hours at the Administrative Office, but will be on the docks and about the marina so please call the cell number posted on the door for assistance. Contractors and adjusters will be around. Please give them room to evaluate, repair, and do their jobs.
     
    Thank you all for your effort, patience, and resiliency. We will do our best to answer any calls, texts, and emails as they come. A current time, we do not have phone or internet service at either office, so please give us time to respond by cell.
    Thank you,

    Jeremy McConnell


     

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  • LNM: Fender Repairs, Julia Tuttle Causeway Bridge, AICW Statute Mile 1087


    With a fixed clearance of 56ft, the Julia Tuttle Causeway Bridge crossed the Waterway in Miami Beach.

    FLORIDA – ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY – BISCAYNE BAY – JULIA TUTTLE CSWY (I-195) BRIDGE: Fender Repairs
    Shoreline Foundation, Inc. has been contracted by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to remove and install new sections to the fender system on the Julia Tuttle Cswy Bridge. The project will begin approximately on 10/10/2018 and will continue thru 12/10/2018. READ MORE!

    During this time construction will consist of removing and installing approximately 30-40 lineal feet of the fender system. Tentative hours of operation will be 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Saturday. During construction, a barge will be located on the northwest side of the fender system outside of the navigational channel. The barge may be located on the west side of the channel blocking ½ of the channel on occasion for removal and installation of the fender system. During non-working hours, the channel will be clear. For waterways information or concerns, call or e-mail LT Samuel Rodriguez-Gonzalez, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Miami, Waterways Management Division; telephone 305-535-4307, email; Samuel.Rodriguez-gonzalez@uscg.mil.
    Ref: LNM 38-18 Chart: 11467

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