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LNM: More Severe Shoaling in Hatteras Inlet, Pamlico Sound, off AICW

Hatteras Inlet, a narrow, unstable seaward passage, cuts the southern reaches of Hatteras Island and the northern strands of Ocracoke Island. Regular Navigation Alerts are posted for this inlet and SSECN still advises that no one attempt to make use of this inlet channel without very specific and recent local knowledge!


Due to severe shoaling Hatteras Inlet Buoy 2A (LLNR 28647), Hatteras Inlet Lighted Buoy 4 (LLNR 28650), Hatteras Inlet Lighted Buoy 5 (LLNR 28653), Hatteras Inlet Lighted 6 (LLNR 28660) no longer mark navigable water. Mariners should not rely on these buoys for navigation and are advised to use caution while transiting this area.
Chart 11520 and 11555 LNM 03/17

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