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    • LNM: NAV ALERT: AICW Shoaling Reported near Buoys 80A and 82, Shallotte Inlet Intersection, Problem Stretch, NC Statute Mile 330

      ICW buoys 80A and 82 are on the north side of the Waterway and were relocated in April due to a shifting channel in this ICW Problem Stretch. Slow speed and Mid to high tide are recommended.

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      Click Here To View the Cruisers Net AICW Problem Stretch Listing For the AICW/Shallotte Inlet Intersection

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To This AICW Problem Stretch

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    • LNM: Dredging, Entrance Channel, Pensacola, FL

      This dredge project is presumed to be in the shallow inlet waters off the tip of Perdido Key.


      FL – GULF OF MEXICO – PENSACOLA – Dredge Operation

      Continuing until approximately October 31, 2020, Dutra Dredging Co.’s, Dredge COLUMBIA will be conducting maintenance dredging in the Pensacola Entrance Channel. The dredge will monitor VHF-FM Channels 13 and 16. Mariners should exercise extreme caution when transiting the area. Shipping traffic is urged to contact the dredge prior to passing. For further information, mariners can contact the USACE Irvington Site Office, at (251) 957-6019.

      Chart 11378  LNM 42/20

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    • LNM: River Channel Light 18 Relocated, Cape Fear River, near NC AICW Statute Mile 309

      This lighted inlet channel buoy is on the southeast side of the channel, off Battery Island and just south of the Waterway.




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    • National Marine Sanctuary Foundation News

      America’s Marine Sanctuaries: A Photographic Exploration is out now!


      Hot off the Press! America’s Marine Sanctuaries: A Photographic Exploration

      America’s Marine Sanctuaries: A Photographic Exploration is out now! The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation partnered with Smithsonian Books to release this coffee table-style book to bring the wonders of our national marine sanctuaries to your fingertips. America’s Marine Sanctuaries takes you on an intimate and immersive journey to explore the rich history, iconic wildlife, and vibrant habitats that makes sanctuaries so special and worthy of protection.

      America’s Marine Sanctuaries is a tribute to the ocean’s incredible ecosystems and landscapes, from kelp forests to deep sea canyons. The fourteen underwater gems that make up the National Marine Sanctuary System are celebrated for their beauty, history, and importance. Featuring a foreword by actress and activist Sigourney Weaver, the book serves as a gorgeous reminder of what’s at stake in our efforts to conserve the world’s most critical and beautiful environments.

      Buy the Book!

      Exploring Beyond the Lens with ocean photographers

      Keith Ellenbogen exercising his craft. Photo credit: Nick Zachar
      To celebrate the launch of America’s Marine Sanctuaries and the upcoming 50th Anniversary of the National Marine Sanctuary System, the Foundation is hosting a series of virtual seminars and intimate discussions with some of the world-class photographers behind the book. Underwater photographer Keith Ellenbogen kicked off the series, Beyond the Lens: Discovering Sanctuaries Through Photography on October 20th with an engaging presentation on his close encounters with whales, sharks and more in Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. 

      Two more installments of the series will follow on October 27th, by Hawaii-based photographer Melody Bentz, and on November 10th, with Florida Keys diver and photographer Stephen Frink. You won’t want to miss out on these incredible opportunities to learn about the craft and inspiration behind ocean photography.  

      Get Tickets

      State of the Monument report reveals the benefits of science-based management practices

      Red squirrelfish in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. Photo credit: James Watt/NOAA
      This month, NOAA and the co-trustees of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument released the 2020 State of the Monument report, which will support monument managers in future management planning, research priorities, and decision making. It found that most of the habitats within Papahānaumokuākea remain in good condition, owing to the science-based management practices in place to protect them. Lost fishing gear as well as climate change impacts including, coral bleaching, invasive algae growth and intense storms still threaten the ecosystem.

      Following the report’s release, the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation and hundreds of supporters urged policymakers to keep in place restrictions on commercial fishing within Pacific marine monuments. In its letter to the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, the Foundation explains that opening up Pacific monuments would undermine the health and resilience of these special places and undermine fishery conservation efforts. In fact, according to a recent study in Nature, the Hawaii longlining fleet’s catch and its catch per unit effort increased since the monuments’ designations. 

      Learn More

      Attention federal employees!
      The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation is a proud participant of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the world’s largest annual workplace charity campaign. The CFC official solicitation period is running now through Jan. 15, 2021.

      Support America’s national marine sanctuaries by designating your gift to the Foundation. Visit the CFC Donor Pledging System and use our CFC number: 10762.

      Pledge Here
      On World Fish Migration Day, October 24th, the Pacific Northwest College of the Arts (PNCA) is premiering an educational short animated film “The Life Cycle of Pacific Salmon.” Supported by the Foundation through a NOAA Fisheries grant, a team of PNCA Animated Arts students worked together on this animation to teach about the life cycle of Pacific salmon and their role in the ecosystem.

      The film will premiere live on YouTube on Saturday, October 24th at 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific, along with short talks by PNCA animators and NOAA’s Alicia Keefe. Watch it here. You don’t want to miss it! 


      A virtual exploration of cultural heritage in Papahānaumokuākea

      As part of its “Third Thursday” series of talks supported by the Foundation, Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument and the
      Mokupāpapa Discovery Center will host Reframing wahi kūpuna: The tangibles and intangibles of cultural heritage in Papahānaumokuākea, a virtual presentation from NOAA Native Hawaiian Program Specialist Kalani Quiocho.The presentation will provide a brief history of research on cultural resources, and several examples illustrating how the concept of cultural resources is (re)framed and implemented in the monument’s management. The talk will take place on Thursday, November 19 at 12 noon HT/6 pm ET.
      Register Now
      Colleen Maynard grew up in Michigan drawing and photographing the great outdoors. As an artist, she showcases the richly beautiful animals and plants of our world in hopes of creating lifelong stewards to protect them. She says, “I feel an urgency to learn about, honor, and learn how to spread awareness of these living coral that generate so much activity and life.” 

      Read more of Colleen’s story and others, and learn how to discover wonder in sanctuaries for yourself at


      From the Blog: A quest to photograph California’s rare and endangered abalone species

      Photo credit: Oriana Poindexter
      Marine scientist and artist Oriana Poindexter took us on a two-part journey to photograph the endangered black and white abalone off of California’s Coast. 

      In part one of the series, The Iridescent Ones: Visualizing California’s Abalone, Oriana goes extreme tidepooling to photograph the endangered black abalone. Black abalone were once found all along the western coastline, from Crescent City, California to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, Mexico, but are now scarce in much of that range. Photographing these masters of camouflage and shy crevice dwellers was no easy task. 

      In part two, Oriana ventures underwater, scuba diving in the coastal waters off San Diego in search of white abalone. Facing intense fishing pressure in the 1970s, the white abalone were the first marine invertebrates to be listed as endangered in 2001. 

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      The Florida Keys tourism council released this new video with tips on how to recreate responsibly in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. You can enjoy all the boating, diving and fishing the Florida Keys have to offer while doing your part to keep yourself and this special place safe and healthy.

      Recreate Responsibly, Explore Locally

      This month, we blogged over at the Recreate Responsibly Coalition about exploring locally and recreating responsibly around the National Marine Sanctuary System. 

      In the era of COVID-19, planning vacations and connecting with nature is proving to be harder than ever. Many people are dreaming of far-off destinations to find adventure or take a much-needed break from reality. Instead of hopping on a plane, consider the wonders around you! There are 14 national marine sanctuaries and two marine national monuments all around the U.S. that can serve as a long-awaited escape while reducing long-distance travel and limiting the spread and exposure to COVID-19. 

      Learn more >>>

      Kayaking at Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary, Photo Credit: Chuck Graham 
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    • City of Gulfport: Meetings Calendar November 2020, Gulfport, FL

      Gulfport Marina includes dry boat storage, ship store, bathroom, public boat ramp, parking, fueling stations, lighted range markers and guest docking facility.

      Gulfport Municipal Marina, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, and the City of Gulfport always have a full calendar of events for all ages. The marina and harbor, found on the northern shores of Boca Ciega Bay, are easily accessible from the Western Florida ICW, just north of Tampa Bay.


      City of Gulfport
      2401 53rd Street South
      Gulfport, FL 33707  
      (727) 893-1000
      For Immediate Release, 10/22/2020 – 8:40 AM
      City of Gulfport: Meetings Calendar November 2020
      November 3, 2020 – City Council – No Meeting
      November 4, 2020 – Planning and Zoning Board – No Meeting
      November 10, 2020 – Senior Citizens Advisory Committee – No Meeting
      November 11, 2020 – City Hall Closed – Veterans Day
      November 12, 2020 – Board of Adjustment – 6:30 pm – (City Hall – In-person Meeting)
      November 17, 2020 – City Council – 6:00 pm – (City Hall – In-person Meeting)
      November 26 & November 27, 2020 – City Hall Closed – Thanksgiving Holiday
      All meetings are open to the public and are held in the City Hall, City Council Chambers, 2401 53rd Street South, unless otherwise noted. Meetings may occasionally be added, cancelled or rescheduled after this list is published, please check the city’s website for updated information.
      City of Gulfport Florida | 2401 53rd Street SouthGulfport, FL 33707

      Click Here To View the Cruisers Net Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Gulfport Municipal Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Gulfport Municipal Marina

      Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers Net Anchorage Directory Listing For Gulfport Anchorage/Mooring Field

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Gulfport Anchorage/Mooring Field

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    • Boatlines October 22 from MIATC, Martin County, FL

      Martin County Florida
       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 home to Marine Industries Association of the Treasure Coast and a hub of boating activity and events of interest to boaters.


      Calendar of Events
      Martin County Christmas Parade 12/5/2020
      St. Lucie County Christmas Parade 12/5/2020
      Indian River County Christmas Parade 12/12/2020
      ABYC Online Certification Courses~ Click Here for Class Calendar
      Chapman School of Seamanship~ See their website for the latest listing of classes
      HELP US HELP YOU!- CCTI Survey
      The Corporate and Community Training Institute (CCTI) at Indian River State College specializes in workforce training, custom corporate consulting, noncredit continuing education courses, certification, and licensing. The CCTI is an educational resource that can assist businesses with their workforce training needs by helping workers and leaders develop new skills that will increase productivity, motivation, efficiencies in processes, innovation, and revenues. 
      Please take a short survey to help CCTI better understand your workforce training needs, and how we can improve our products and services to fill your needs. All responses are anonymous.
      FWC/Marine Fisheries- Notice of Proposed Rule
      Rule No.: 68B-14.0036, 68B-14.0039 
      Purpose: Blueline tilefish primarily occur in federal waters, but are harvested from state waters off southeast Florida. In Atlantic federal waters, recreational harvest of blueline tilefish is managed with a quota, bag limit, and open harvest season to prevent overfishing. However, overfishing occurred in the recent past and the federal recreational quota has been exceeded every year since 2015. When the federal recreational quota is exceeded, the federal waters recreational fishery can be closed in-season, which occurred in 2015. Since harvest from state waters can be significant and counts against the federal quota, the absence of regulations specific to blueline tilefish in Atlantic state waters contributes to these problems.
      At its October 2020 meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission established a recreational bag limit and recreational open and closed harvest seasons for blueline tilefish in Atlantic state waters to be consistent with recreational regulations in adjacent federal waters. The purpose of this federal consistency action is to help keep harvest below the federal quota, avoid in-season closures in federal waters, and reduce the risk of overfishing. The effects of the federal consistency action are to establish recreational regulations specific to blueline tilefish in Atlantic state waters that are consistent with adjacent federal waters, thereby reducing the likelihood of exceeding the federal recreational quota and causing overfishing, easing compliance with regulations, and eliminating confusion for recreational fishermen.
      Martin County expands CARES Act funding to address changing needs of nonprofits;
      business eligibility updated
      To assist with the pandemic recovery, Martin County Board of County Commissioners made CARES Act funds available to additional organizations in our community.
      Local nonprofit community agencies may now apply for a one-time relief grant.
      Community Partner Relief Program Nonprofit agencies, including nonprofit cultural facilities, nonprofit medical services providers, nonprofit veterans organizations and 501c6 associations impacted by COVID-19, are encouraged to apply for assistance to continue providing important services to those in need.
      Business Renewal Program helps small businesses with $5 million or less in total gross sales or receipts directly affected by a government order to close or limit occupancy) with a maximum award of $20,000 per applicant. It’s important to note that this program is also available to landlords. Call 772-288- 5951 or email
      Martin County’s CARES Act Housing Program is designed to meet the housing needs of low-income households in Martin County. Eligible expenses include rent and/or mortgage payments and certain emergency repairs, due to job loss, furlough or work hour reductions. Call 772-288-5456.
      United We Care: Martin County’s COVID-19 Relief Fund is a partnership between the county and United Way of Martin County. This program provides one-time assistance to support eligible Martin County residents with rent or mortgage payments and utility bills
      Paychecks for Patriots, which aims to connect veterans with employers looking to fill job opportunities, takes place virtually from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 12.
      CareerSource Research Council is cohosting the eighth annual event alongside CareerSource Palm Beach County. Timed to take place the day after Veteran’s Day, Paychecks for Patriots is also counts among its partners the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Florida National Guard and Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
      The event is open to veterans and their spouses. Register here.
      2021 Chapman School Course Schedule
      Is there anything you’d like to share with the membership? Do you want to be our next Member Spotlight?
      Send us a picture and short summary and we will include it in Boatlines!
      MIATC Board of Directors
      President: John Yudin of Guy Yudin & Foster 
      Director: Jill Marasa of St. Lucie County EDC
      Director: Butch Olsen  of Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority
      Michele Miller
      Director of Operations
      Amber Novy
      Communications Coordinator
      MIATC | PO Box 1639Stuart, FL 34997

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    • Cruisers Net Unites with United States Power Squadrons (USPS) / America’s Boating Club

      Cruisers Net unites with United States Power Squadrons (USPS) / America’s Boating Club to help maintain and enhance the accuracy of the Cruisers Net marina listings.

      USPS members will regularly survey marinas to provide timely updated data for our current marinas as well as expand our marina listings. All USPS surveys will be based on on-site visits and personal interviews with the marina staff. The surveys will go through an extensive verification and validation process by USPS and Cruisers Net staff before being entered into the Cruisers Net database.

      The first group of marina surveys has already been incorporated into Cruisers Net database and ranges from St. Augustine City Marina in St. Augustine, FL to Myrtle Beach Yacht Club in Myrtle Beach, SC. Updated information from additional marinas will be incorporated on a regular basis as they are surveyed.

      Cruisers Net fuel editor, Kaye Adams, will still phone survey all marinas for their latest fuel prices and availability status each week. This process ensures Cruisers Net has the most accurate and up-to-date fuel information of any resource.

      The United States Power Squadrons DBA America’s Boating Club, is a non-profit educational organization, founded in 1914, whose mission is to improve maritime safety and enjoyability through classes in seamanship, navigation, and other related subjects.

      Visit to learn more about United States Power Squadrons (USPS) / America’s Boating Club

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    • Army Corps, Coast Guard Address Shallow Waters Off Long Beach Island

      While a project to deepen certain areas of the Intracoastal Waterway off Long Beach Island is set to begin this fall, the final countdown is on for recreational boaters to have their say on shallow draft waterways. The U.S. Coast Guard’s Aids to Navigation survey closes Nov. 1. See USCG Survey on ATONs in Shallow Draft Waterways.


      Army Corps, Coast Guard Address Shallow Waters Off LBI
      The Sand Piper

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