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    • [EXPIRED]Shoaling Reported South of Fernandina Beach, AICW Statute Mile 719.5, 5/13/2014

      This shoaling seems to lie two miles south of Fernandina Beach harbor just north of the Waterway’s turn into Kingsley Creek.
      NOTICE that the USCG has established a “TEMP Buoy 2” to mark these shallows!!!

      There is excessive shoaling visible at low tide in the vicinity of Fernandina Beach LT 3 (LLNR 37990 [30°38.7979N / 081°29.0248W, 30.646632 / -81.483747]). The Coast Guard has established Fernandina Beach TEMP Buoy 2 in position 30-38-54.689N 081-29-03.486W (30°38.9115N / 081°29.0581W, 30.648525 / -81.484302) . Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution while transiting the area. Chart 11489 LNM 19/14

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To A “Navigation Alert” Position at Light #3

      Comments from Cruisers (1)

      1. Joe Plunkett aboard Happy Hagar -  September 4, 2016 - 9:29 pm

        Encountered less than 3′ at near high tide 300 meters north of Temporary Red #2. Time was Approximately 1330 Hours on 9/4/16. Pulled out port shaft attempting to get off. About ninety minutes later while awaiting tow, observed outboard run aground near same spot. With outboard trimmed up
        operator was blowing substantial amounts of sand.

        You must favor the green side when approaching Green #3 from the north or departing Green #3 from the south. Came through this area northbound in late June and did not have any trouble.

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