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  • Announcement: South Carolina Local Notice to Mariners Extracts

    PLEASE CAREFULLY READ OUR DISCLAIMER!
    Below you will discover extracts the Salty Southeast Cruisers’ Net has copied from the Local Notice to Mariners, that concern South Carolina waters. The choice of what to extract is based on our appraisal of news that is of primary interest to the cruising community, and should not in any way be considered a comprehensive relisting of all the information that is available in the Local Notice to Mariners’ various editions.
    Also, please note that LNM extracts are listed below in chronological order, based on publishing date.

  • LNM: Charleston Area Maritime Security Committee Recognized as Nation’s Best


    Charleston Area Maritime Security Committee recognized as Nation’s best

    CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Charleston Area Maritime Security Committee (AMSC) was recognized Monday as AMSC of the Year at in Charleston.
    READ MORE!

    After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the president signed into effect the Maritime Transportation Security Act, which required the establishment of AMSCs. The 43 AMSCs throughout the U.S. strive to enhance communication between port stake-holders within federal, state and local agencies to foster a culture of security, both traditional and cyber, within the port environment.

    The Charleston AMSC serves as the foundation of security within the Port of Charleston. Due to collective planning, highly effective communication, working relationships and unity of effort, the Charleston AMSC has been selected as the AMSC of the year. The Charleston AMSC is receiving this recognition due to their cutting-edge collaborative approach to cybersecurity in the intermodal environment and their participation in numerous multi-agency operations that dramatically improved security within the Port of Charleston.

    “When you consider our committee competed against ports like New York and Los Angeles, being selected as the preeminent AMSC in the Nation is a direct reflection of the commitment our partners have to ensure the Port of Charleston remains safe and secure,” said Capt. John Reed, Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Sector Charleston. “I am amazed daily at our partner’s commitment to protecting our homeland and their unwavering willingness to collaborate on all levels to ensure absolute success.”

  • LNM: Mariners and Swimmers Warned of Dangerous Currents

    Mariners, swimmers warned of dangerous weather and rip currents from Tropical Storm Chris

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. – The Coast Guard would like to warn mariners and beachgoers of hazardous weather and sea states that could take place as Tropical Storm Chris makes its way up the east coast.
    READ MORE!

    Wind, waves and visibility can quickly become problematic for boaters, while the increased sea states leading up to and after a tropical storm can create powerful rip currents.

    Swimmers are urged to only swim at beaches with active duty lifeguards and to follow local advisories at their beach for beach closures and rip currents.

    Recreational and commercial mariners are advised to put safety first and operate within their vessel’s parameters and not to go out in heavy weather.

    “Rip currents are serious risk in the mid-Atlantic. If you head to the beach, pay attention to the local beach advisories and check the weather forecast before you go,” said Mr. Matt Brooks, command duty officer at the 5th District command center. “There have been numerous deaths this year due to rip currents. Swim at a beach with a lifeguard and do not swim after hours.”

    Rip currents are a significant threat along the mid-Atlantic coast, primarily along the southern Outer Banks in North Carolina, in Maryland waterways and off the New Jersey shore.

    The most important safety precaution people should take regarding rip currents is to swim only at beaches where lifeguards are on duty. Lifeguards are highly trained and are the first line of defense when beachgoers are swept away by rip currents. Don’t take the risk of swimming at an unguarded beach.

    The presence of rip currents along our coasts is another reason people should wear life jackets at all times. People who fall overboard boats or overturn paddlecraft could potentially be affected by rip currents, and wearing a life jacket could help save their lives.

    For more information on rip currents, visit: http://www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov/

  • LNM: Fireworks Safety Zones, SC Coast

    If you plan to view a fireworks display afloat, please see REMINDER for warnings concerning spectator navigation during night-time programs. Our thanks to Officer Miller, Charleston Sector, for this notice.


                    Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.  All waters within a 500 yard radius around Veterans Pier,
                    where the fireworks will be launched, located in Murrells Inlet, SC at approximate
                    position 33°33’23″N, 79°01’48″W.  This safety zone will be enforced from 8:45 p.m.
                    until 10:15 p.m. on July 4, 2018.

                    North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. All waters within a 500 yard radius around Cherry
                    Grove Pier, where the fireworks will be launched, located on the Atlantic Ocean at approximate
                    position 33°49’38″N, 78°37’54″W. This safety zone will be enforced from 9:15 p.m. until
                    10:15 p.m. on July 4, 2018.

                    Charleston, South Carolina. All waters within a 500 yard radius around the barge from
                    which the fireworks will be launched, located on the Cooper River, near the USS Yorktown
                    at approximate position 32°47’33″N, 79°54’35″W. This safety zone will be enforced from
                    8:15 p.m. until 9:45 p.m. on July 4, 2018.

                    North Charleston, SC. All waters within a 500 yard radius around the barge from which the fireworks
                    will be launched, located on the Cooper River, at River Front Park in approximate position 32°51’57″N,                          79°57’35″W.
                    This safety zone will be  enforced from 9:45p.m. until 11:15 p.m. on July 4, 2018.

    No one shall enter, transit through, anchor in, or remain within the safety zone unless specifically authorized by the Captain of the Port or his designated representative.

  • LNM: Destroyed ICW Daybeacon 21B, Statute Mile 359, Myrtle Beach, SC


    This destroyed Waterway daybeacon 21B is on the southeast side of the channel south of Myrtle Beach.

    SOUTH CAROLINA – AICW – MYRTLE GROVE SOUND AND CAPE FEAR RIVER TO CASINO CREEK – LITTLE RIVER-WINYAH BAY: Hazard to Navigation.
    Little River-Winyah Bay Daybeacon 21B (LLNR 33705.5) destroyed. Wreckage is marked with a TRLB WR 21B displaying FL Q W characteristic.

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Daybeacon 21B

  • LNM: Shoaling Survey, Sampit River, Georgetown, SC, AICW Statute Mile 403


    Georgetown, South Carolina

    Georgetown, A CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR, is a must stop of Waterway cruisers and caution is called for when entering the harbor channel off Sampit Point.

    SOUTH CAROLINA – WINYAH BAY – SAMPIT POINT: Shoaling
    The U.S. Coast Guard received a report of extreme shoaling and a possible hazard to navigation in the entrance to the Steel Mill Channel. See below for the USACOE survey of the area. Chart 11532 LNM 24/18

    CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY!

    CLICK HERE FOR AREA SPONSORING MARINAS
  • MSIB 20-18 Sector Charleston 2018 Hurricane Season

    Our thanks to Officer Justin Heck for this notice from Sector Charleston.

    SECTOR CHARLESTON
    2018 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON

    The Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1, 2018 and runs through November 30, 2018. The Sector Charleston Captain of the Port (COTP) will announce changes to port conditions via a Marine Safety Information Bulletin (MSIB) and a Broadcast Notice to Mariners (BNM) when tropical storm force winds (sustained winds of 34 kts/39 mph or greater) threaten South Carolina. READ MORE!

    All vessels, waterfront facilities, and marinas should review their heavy weather plans. Please take into account that drawbridges may not open for vessel traffic when sustained wind speeds reach 25 mph or during land evacuations. Vessels greater than 500 gross tons that are unable to go out to sea are required to submit heavy weather plans to the COTP.

    This MSIB can be viewed at https://homeport.uscg.mil/port-directory/charleston. For Heavy Weather Advisory Group (HWAG) or Waterway specific questions, please contact (843) 323-7761. For Facility and Vessel specific questions, please contact (843) 740-3186 or (843) 302-1009. For Coast Guard related emergencies please contact Sector Charleston Command Center at (843) 740-7050.

    Kind Regards,

    Justin Heck
    Sector Charleston
    Waterways Management Division
    P: 843-740-3184
    C: 843-323-7761

  • LNM: ICW Dredging, May 30-June 30, Statute Mile 360, Myrtle Beach, SC


    The Robert Grisson Parkway Fixed Bridge crosses the Waterway at Mile 306.5. Our thanks to Officer Sean Olson for this notice.

    The United States Army Corps of Engineers will commence dredging operations in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway near the Robert Grissom Parkway Bridge at Day Beacon “22A”. The work will take place in two phases; Phase 1 will begin on May 20, 2018 and continue through June 2, 2018, and Phase 2 will begin June 17, 2018 and continue through June 30, 2018. READ MORE!

    Dredging will take place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. The Dredge SNELL will be on scene and will be restricted in its ability to maneuver. Mariners are requested to contact the Dredge SNELL on VHF Channel 13 or 16 to arrange passing agreements. Mariners are advised to pass at a slow speed and carry minimum wake while in the vicinity of the operation.

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Grissom Parkway Bridge

  • LNM: Major Dredging Project Underway, Charleston Harbor, AICW Statute Mile 465

    This dredging to increase channel depth to 52ft has been in the planning for years and is intended to make Charleston docks accessible to the larger container ships now navigating the expanded Panama Canal. The east/west Waterway crosses the shipping channel on the eastern side of the harbor. Our thanks to Officer Heck for this notice.

    The Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening Project is a multi-year dredge operation that will deepen the harbor and entrance channel from its current authorized depth of 45 (47) feet below mean low low-water (MLLW) to the new authorized depth of 52 (54) MLLW (Entrance Channel). READ MORE!

    Dredge operations are expected to start on March 2, 2018 with the hopper dredge “TERRAPIN ISLAND” working in the Entrance Channel. Hopper work will take place between December 1 and March 31 each year ending March 31, 2020.

    Additionally, several other dredge platforms and associated tug & barge configurations are expected to start dredging on April 15, 2018. This work will also be performed in the entrance channel and is expected to continue thru September 2021.

    For on-scene communications, mariners are advised to contact the Dredges “TERRAPIN ISLAND”, “NEW YORK”, “TEXAS”, or “CAROLINA” on VHF-FM channels 13 and 16. For more details, please contact Great Lakes Dredge and Dock at (561) 758-2872.

    This MSIB can be viewed at www.homeport.uscg.mil. 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 Line at (843) 740-7050.

    Regards,

    Justin Heck
    Sector Charleston
    Waterways Management Division
    P: 843-740-3184
    C: 843-323-7761

  • MSIB: South Carolina Waterway Dredging, Feb – Sept, 2018, AICW Statute Miles 518 – 480


    This south to north dredging project beginning at Ashepoo-Coosaw Cutoff and focusing on “hot spot” shoals in the South Carolina waterway is certainly welcome news. Review the SC Problem Stretches at https://cruisersnet.net/category/sc-aicw-problems/. Our thanks to Officer Justin Heck for this notice.

    MSIB 02-18 ICW Hotspot Dredging (Port Royal to Charleston)
    Goodloe Marine plans to commence dredging operations in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway near St. Helena Sound (mile marker 518)on or about February 1, 2018. Dredging will continue north working on 7 different shoals within the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, ending near Johns Island, SC (mile marker 480). Work will be conducted 24/7 and is anticipated to be completed by September 2018. READ MORE!

    During dredge operations, mariners should be aware that dredge pipeline and work boats may be working within the channel. Mariners should use caution while transiting the area.

    For on-scene communications, mariners are advised to contact the dredge “TENACIOUS” on VHF-FM channels 13 and 16. For more details, please contact Goodloe Marine at (813) 633-1321.

    This MSIB can be viewed at www.homeport.uscg.mil. 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 Line at (843) 740-7050.

    Regards,

    Justin Heck
    Sector Charleston
    Waterways Management Division
    P: 843-740-3184
    C: 843-323-7761

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Mile 518

  • MSIB: UPDATE 7 to Safety Zone, Carolina Bays Bridge, Socastee, SC AICW Statute Mile 372


    Another change of dates. At least there is very little boat traffic here in January and we are lucky that Officer Heck has a direct contact with the construction company which allows him to get these notifications right away. Thank you Office Heck! This 65ft high-rise fixed bridge was begun in April of 2014 and will cross the Waterway just south of the two new high-rise bridges at Socastee. See /135939 for background on this bridge.

    Good Morning,

    Sector Charleston received schedule change notice from contractor in charge of Carolina Bays Parkway Project. New dates noted below.

    UPDATE #7: Date change notification. READ MORE!

    The Coast Guard is establishing a safety zone during overhead construction activities related to the Carolina Bays Parkway Project (SC-31) located in Socastee, SC. A 200-yard safety zone will be established on the Atlantic
    Intracoastal Waterway (AICW) in the vicinity of mile marker 372.3 encompassing all waters directly under the SC-31 project as well as vessels and machinery associated with construction efforts. Enforcement will take place during overhead construction activities on the dates listed below. Entry of vessels or persons into the safety zone is prohibited unless specifically authorized by the Captain of the Port or a designated representative.
    Mariners are urged to plan transits accordingly to avoid unnecessary disruptions. Project site can be found on NOAA Chart 11534-Myrtle Grove Sound and Cape Fear River to Casino Creek. Location currently noted as “Bridge Under Construction”.
    Dates:
    January 16, 2018 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    The Coast Guard will provide notice of any date or time changes to the regulated area by Local Notice to Mariners, Broadcast Notice to Mariners, Marine Safety Information Bulletins and on-scene designated representatives.
    This MSIB can be viewed at www.homeport.uscg.mil. 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 Line at (843)740-7050.
    Regards,
    Justin Heck
    Sector Charleston
    Waterways Management Division
    P: 843-740-3184
    F: 843-740-3189

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of SC31 Bridge Site

  • LNM: New Opening Schedule, US 17 Bridge, Ashley River, Charleston, SC off AICW Statute Mile 469


    US 17 Bridge over the Ashley is not a Waterway bridge and its schedule will affect only those wanting to explore the upper Ashley River and whose air draft can clear the 51ft fixed vertical clearance bridge immediately downriver of the twin US 17 bascule bridge. These modifications, which limit openings to between 9AM and 4PM, will be greatly appreciated by James Island motorists such as yours truly!

    SOUTH CAROLINA – CHARLESTON HARBOR – ASHLEY RIVER – US 17 BRIDGE: Final Rule
    SUMMARY: The Coast Guard is modifying the operating schedule that governs the US17 Highway Bridges (Ashley River Bridges), across the Ashley River, miles 2.4 and 2.5, in Charleston, SC. READ MORE!

    This rule requires a bridge tender to be present during daytime hours only from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily for on signal openings. All other times a 12 hour advanced notification is required. This modification provides relief to vehicle traffic congestion with minimal effect on navigation.
    DATES: This rule is effective January 16, 2018
    ADDRESSES: To view documents mentioned in this preamble as being available in the docket, go to http://www.regulations.gov. Type USCG-2016-0776 in the “SEARCH” box and click “SEARCH.” Click on Open Docket Folder on the line associated with this rulemaking.
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: If you have questions on this rule, call or e-mail LT Justin Heck, Coast Guard Sector Charleston, SC, Waterways Management Division; telephone 843-740-3184, e-mail justin.c.heck@uscg.mil.
    Chart 11524 LNM 51/17

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of US 17 Bridge

  • Reminder of Shoaling in Problem Stretch south of McClellanville, AICW Statute Miles 430-433


    The waterway south of McClellanville has been shoaling for years and as the LNM reports below, funds are not available for dredging. SSECN recommends mid to high tide for passage through this section.

    SOUTH CAROLINA – AICW – CASINO CREEK TO BEAUFORT RIVER – WINYAH BAY-CHARLESTON HARBOR: Shoaling Extended.

    Shoaling has been reported in the vicinity of Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Light 35 (LLNR 34235 [33°4.6474N / 079°27.5501W, 33.077457 / -79.459168]) and Daybeacon 42 (LLNR 34260 [33°3.3526N / 079°30.4338W, 33.055877 / -79.507230]). The reporting source also indicates that the depth of the water between Winyah Bay-Charleston Light 38 (LLNR 34245 [33°3.9434N / 079°29.0818W, 33.065723 / -79.484696]) and Daybeacon 42 (LLNR 34260 [33°3.3526N / 079°30.4338W, 33.055877 / -79.507230]) is approximately 4ft; however the depth is charted at 7ft. The ACOE has no future plans for dredging due to budget restrictions. Further information can be found on the ACOE Charleston website http://www.sac.usace.army.mil/ Mariners are advised to use extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11518 LNM 37/16

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For McClellanville

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

  • Shallow Water in Minim Creek Canal, AICW Statute Mile 415, 8/31/2016


    This area of shallow water is at the south end of the Estherville Minim Creek Canal which begins at the Waterway’s exit southward from Winyah Bay.

    SOUTH CAROLINA – AICW – MYRTLE GROVE SOUND AND CAPE FEAR RIVER TO CASINO CREEK – WINYAH BAY – CHARLESTON HARBOR: Depth of Channel.
    The U.S. Coast Guard has found at low-tide depths of less than 5ft of water in the middle of the channel between Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Channel Light 4 (LLNR 34120 [33°11.7192N / 079°16.3300W, 33.195320 / -79.272167]) and Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Daybeacon 5 (LLNR 34125 [33°11.4410N / 079°16.5012W, 33.190683 / -79.275020]). Mariners are advised to use caution while transiting the area. Chart 11532, 11534 LNM 35/16

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Minim Creek Canal

  • Shoaling Extending Southeast at Combahee Light, St. Helena Sound, AICW Alternate Route


    Cruisers wishing to avoid the regularly shoaling Ashepoo-Coosaw Cutoff by using the alternative route (/?p=145074 and /145808) downsteam in St. Helena Sound to the Combahee Bank, then northwestward upstream on the Ashepoo River to rejoin the ICW, will want to pay close attention to depths as you round the Combahee Bank Light.

    SOUTH CAROLINA – ST HELENA SOUND: Shoaling
    Shoaling has been reported extending from Combahee Bank Light (LLNR 4040 [32°28.0631N / 080°26.0629W, 32.467719 / -80.434381]) approximately 1NM in a southeast direction. Depths are reported between 5-15ft at Mean Low Water, while Chart # 11517 shows between 22-25ft. Mariners are advised to transit the area with extreme caution. Chart 11517 LNM 28/16

  • New Charleston Harbor Entrance Chart Available, AICW Statute Mile 465


    As of July 4, 2014, new chart 11525 (Charleston Harbor Entrance and Approach) replaces the old chart 11523 (Charleston Harbor Entrance) and Chart 11523 is also replaced with 11528. It expands chart coverage further east, covering an additional 345 square nautical miles that wasn’t on the old chart. The harbor entrance channel intersects the Waterway at statute mile 465. And while this new chart is intended primarily for deep draft commercial vessels, it has value for all vessels navigating the entrance channel jetties which have prompted two recent Navigation Alerts: /?p=142704 and /?p=114481

    UPDATE LNM: 34/14

    Chart Title: SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON HARBOR ENTRANCE AND APPROACH 11528 1st, Ed 01-Jul-14
    NOAA Chart 11525 has been withdrawn and re-issued as Chart 11528.
    NOAA Chart 11523 25th Edition (South Carolina, Charleston Harbor Entrance) has been cancelled and replaced with NOAA Chart 11528.
    Find information on obtaining charting products and a listing of authorized agents at
    www.nauticalcharts.NOAA.gov for nautical charts and publications.

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Entrance to Charleston Harbor

  • Shoaling Confirmed in Northern Fields Cut, AICW Problem Stretch, Statute Mile 574, 8/20/2014


    The intersection of Northern Fields Cut and the Wright River lies north of the intersection of the Waterway and the Savannah River. Shoaling at this Problem Stretch has always been an issue and, even with last year’s dredging, shallow depths might be expected. This new Local Notice confirms earlier reports of severe shoaling as reported on May 21st, see /?p=141095.

    SOUTH CAROLINA-AICW-BEAUFORT RIVER TO ST SIMONS SOUND-FIELDS CUT: SHOALING
    There is shoaling directly in the middle of the AICW in Fields Cut. A depth of 2FT was reported in approximate position 32-05.185N/080-56.022W (32°5.1850N / 080°56.0220W, 32.086417 / -80.933700) during low-tide and poses a hazard to navigation. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11507 LNM: 33/14

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For Northern Fields Cut

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Northern Fields Cut

  • Upper Waccamaw Navigation Aids to be Removed, off the AICW to Conway, SC

    AICW/Upper Waccamaw Intersection - Click for Chartview

    Several of our fellow cruisers have reported on the pleasant upstream trip on the Upper Waccamaw to Conway, SC. See /?p=126674 and /?p=128632. The “uncharted” Upper Waacamaw departs the Waterway at statute mile 375 and, until now, has been well marked off-chart by aids #5-#16. While depths in the Upper Waccamaw are reported to be good, the removal of these daybeacons and buoys will certainly make this side trip more difficult. Our Congress at work!

    SOUTH CAROLINA – AICW – WACCAMAW RIVER
    The following changes will be made to the aids to navigation system in the Waccamaw River.
    All Waccamaw River Daybeacons and Buoys from Daybeacon 5 (LLNR 33780) to Daybeacon 16 (LLNR 33810) will be permanently discontinued. There are seven aids to navigation that will be removed. This action is scheduled to start the week of the 17th of February 2014. Chart 11534 LNM: 51/13

    Instead of removing Aids to Navigation, we ought to remove `Aides to Congress’
    John Winter

    Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Upper Waccamaw/AICW Intersection

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s South Carolina Marina Directory Listing For Conway City Marina

  • ACOE Confirms Shoaling on “AICW Problem Stretch” North of Charleston Harbor, Statute Mile 460

    Cruisers’ Net has posted reports of shoaling in this Problem Stretch (which the ACOE terms as “behind Breach Inlet”) for months now. (see /?p=120335). The US Army Corps of Engineers in Charleston, SC has made dredging these stretches their #1 priority. Now, we just have to find some money/”supplemental appropriate” to get the job done!

    SOUTH CAROLINA-AICW-WINYAH BAY – CHARLESTON HARBOR-ISLE OF PALMS-SULLIVANS ISLAND: Severe Shoaling
    The ACOE of Charleston, South Carolina has reported the location of severe shoaling in the AICW between Charleston Harbor and Winyah Bay near Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island in South Carolina. An area of severe shoaling exists between Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Daybeacon 117A(LLNR 34510.5 [32°47.1935N / 079°48.5564W, 32.786558 / -79.809273]) and Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Daybeacon 119(LLNR 34520 [32°46.8301N / 079°49.3927W, 32.780502 / -79.823211]). Further information can be found on the ACOE Charleston website at http://www.sac.usace.army.mil/ The ACOE has no future plans for dredging due to budget restrictions. Mariners are advised to transit the area with extreme caution.
    Chart 11518

    My neighbor in a Sportfish (5′ Draft) found the bottom at low tide last week near [the AICW channel running past] Isle of Palms.
    Be safe and take care-
    Bob

    Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For the AICW North of Ben Sawyer Bridge to Isle of Palms Bridge

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

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