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    • CRITICAL! WEAR A MASK! SAVE THE ECONOMY

      As states are experiencing huge spikes in COVID-19 cases, community leaders have finally taken the tough love action of requiring masks and social distancing in public. The governor of South Carolina has labeled not wearing a mask “stupid” but then refuses to require masks, so doing the right thing is up to us. We all – especially marinas and small businesses – want the economy to re-open, but until the proven COVID-19 protocols of wearing a mask and keeping your distance are followed, local businesses cannot recover and now face the possibility of a second lockdown. 
      Wearing a mask is such a small inconvenience compared to losing those favorite places and businesses you have been frequenting without a mask!
       
      THIS IS NOT ABOUT POLITICS…IT IS ABOUT SAVING OUR ECONOMY! IT IS UP TO YOU!
       
      Be smart, be kind, be considerate… WEAR A MASK!
       
       

      Top U.S. health official says ‘simple’ behavior changes would curb pandemic
      NBC News

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    • LNM: AICW Light 77 Missing, NC Statute Mile 330


      This missing ICW light is on the south side of the Waterway at Mile 330 just north of Shallotte Inlet. A temporary lighted buoy has been placed on site.

       

      CAPE FEAR RIVER – LITTLE RIVER LT 77 (LLNR 40325) MISSING.

      SEC NC BNM 307-20
      NORTH CAROLINA – MYRTLE GROVE SND TO LITTLE RIVER (CHART 11534)
      CAPE FEAR RIVER – LITTLE RIVER LT 77 (LLNR 40325) SET TRLB ON AP.

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    • Newest Listings from Intracoastal Yacht Sales

      Our focus is to assist boaters with the purchase or sale of their powerboats. All our yacht owners are trained and educated on the handling and systems of their new vessel as part of our service. We want to make sure your experience with us is easy by being thorough with your needs. Through aggressive internet marketing, publication ads, and our long term networks we also have the resources to get your yacht sold! Our experience allows us the understanding of the market place.

      Intracoastal Yacht Sales, a long-time CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, offers full service brokerage representation from three locations, Wrightsville Beach, NC, Little River, SC and Charleston, SC. You will want to see these new offerings!

       

      Click here for NOT YOUR EVERYDAY CARVER MOTOR YACHT!!

       

      Click here to visit our Brand New Website!

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    • LNM: Lighted Channel Buoy 15 Relocated, Beaufort Inlet, near AICW Statute Mile 205


      This relocated lighted buoy is on the west side of the entrance channel off Fort Macon in the mouth of Beaufort Inlet.

      • THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN RELOCATED.
      1. MOREHEAD CITY CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 15 (LLNR 29385) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO THE APPROX POSITION 34-41-46.227N, 076-40-19.224W (34°41.7704N / 076°40.3204W, 34.696174 / -76.672007) .

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    • Boatlines August 6 from MIATC, Martin County, FL


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       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
       
      August 18 ~ Martin County Primary Election
       
      August 26 ~ St. Lucie Job Fair
       
      Chapman School of Marine ~ See their website for the latest on their events
       
       
       
       
      St. Lucie County Coastal Resources
       
      The subject vessel, a 72.5’ x 25’ former tour barge from Fort Lauderdale, has become available for deployment in your artificial reef program:
       
      · Preliminary measurements estimate the hull to be from ¾” to 1” thick. McCulley Marine Services will need to visit the vessel to verify this.
       
      · The lower deck and upper deck support framework is 3/16” steel and will not last long in the ocean.
       
      · The upper deck and staircase are wood and would be removed prior to deployment.
       
      · The engine would have to be removed and the bilges cleaned of oil and grease. MMS might have to get Marine Environmental Transportation to look at cleanup.
       
      · The barge can probably be towed close enough to the shoreline to remove heavy materials with a crane.
       
      · The barge has some artifacts that may be auctioned to pay for part of the cleanup and deployment.
       
      If this vessel is worth reefing it is suggested we deploy it on either the Stan Blum Site or the Lee E. Harris Site as a centerpiece for a Veteran’s Memorial Reef. To add complexity we would need to deploy concrete structures on top of her like those available from Precast Specialties. To date all of our barge/secondary concrete reefs have made exceptional fish habitat.
       
      The Causeway Cove Marina would be donating the barge and Monique Guertin would be helping to fundraise for the cleanup and deployment.
       
       
      MIATC Board of Directors
       
      President:  John Yudin of Guy Yudin & Foster 
      Vice President: Tom Whittington of Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales
      Secretary:  Artie Olson of Vero Marine Center
      Director: Sean Collins of Vero Beach City Marina
      Director: Chris Dempsey of Sailfish Point Marina
      Director:  Dan Dietz of Dietz Enterprises
      Director: Don Green of Don Green Electric
      Director:  Bruce Grout of Sovereign Yacht Sales
      Director:  Gary Guertin of Coastal Angler – Treasure Coast/Bahamas
      Director: Rob Mac Keen of Derecktor Ft. Pierce
      Director: Jill Marasa of St. Lucie County EDC
      Director:  Thomas O’Brien of Chapman Marine Supply
      Director:  Butch Olsen  of Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority
      Director: Mark Palazzo of METCo
      Director:  Jim Truslow of Boat Owners Warehouse
      Director: Scott Watson of Indiantown Marina
       
       
      Michele Miller
      Director of Operations
       
      Amber Novy
      Communications Coordinator
       
      MIATC | PO Box 1639Stuart, FL 34997

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