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    • Update from Harbour Town Yacht Basin, SC AICW Statute Mile 565

      Harbour Town at Hilton Head, with its familiar red-and-white-striped lighthouse, is a fine resort marina with an enormous number of amenities.

      Harbour Town Yacht Basin, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, is taking steps to continue serving cruisers and at the same time preventing the spread of COVID-19.

      “Harbour Town Yacht Basin is taking transient and monthly dockage reservations.  The fuel dock is open with Valvtect gas and diesel, pumpout also available.  Restaurants are closed for dine-in, but have take out and will deliver to your boat.  Please make a reservation (843) 363-8335 or email:”

       Nancy Cappelmann

      Harbourmaster, Harbour Town Yacht Basin

      149 Lighthouse Road, Suite P

      Hilton Head Island, SC  29928

      Phone: 843.363.8335


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    • LNM: FEC RR Bridge on Openings Deviation, Apr 24-June 17, St. Johns River, Jacksonville, FL

      This cantankerous aging railway bridge in the heart of downtown Jacksonville requires constant upkeep and has plagued boaters with its numerous maintenance lockdowns and its closed vertical clearance of 5ft (!!) severely restricting river activities on the popular St. Johns.

      Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) is authorized to temporarily deviate from drawbridge operation regulation 33 CFR 117.325(b) that governs the FEC St. Johns River Railroad Bridge across the St. Johns River, mile 24.9, at Jacksonville, Florida. Under this temporary deviation, the FEC St. Johns River RR Bridge is authorized to remain in the closed to navigation position between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the following days:
      – April 24, 25, 28 and 29, 2020
      – May 8, 9, 12, 13, 29 and 30, 2020
      – June 2, 3, 12, 13, 16 and 17, 2020
      This deviation is necessary for the maintenance to the main trunnion and link pin bearings. Vessels able to pass without an opening may do so at any time. During non-working hours the bridge will operate in accordance with 33 CFR 117.325(b). The drawbridge shall return to its regular operating schedule, 33 CFR 117.325(b), at the end of the designated time period. We are approving this request under the provisions of 33 CFR 117.35. For waterways questions, contact USCG Sector Jacksonville Waterways Management Office, MST2 Rory Boyle at 904-714-7661, email:    Ref: LNM 13-20 Chart: 11491 

      Click Here To View the Eastern Florida Cruisers’ Net Bridge Directory Listing For FEC RR Bridge

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of FEC RR Bridge

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    • COVID-19 Update: Riviera Dunes Marina Resort, on the Manatee River, off Tampa Bay

      Riviera Dunes Marina Just off Tampa Bay Owned and Operated by Boaters
      A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, Riviera Dunes Marina Resort occupies the Manatee River’s northern banks, just east of the easternmost of three bridges crossing the river at Bradenton and Palmetto near charted Craig Point. See FOCUS ON  for more on Riviera Dunes Marina Resort.
      To All RDM Owners and Tenants:
      Effective immediately the Marina Office will be closed to all NON-AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We will remain open for business and available via phone at 941-981-5330 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday.  Transient check-ins will be done remotely and dock hands will be available to assist with lines. Any mail and deliveries received can be picked up by calling ahead to the marina office and we will make arrangements to have your items set outside for you to retrieve.
      Our docks remain accessible to our owners and tenants and will be monitored by our staff for essential services.  Dock gates will be open during business hours (7:30am – 5:30pm) but will be closed during the evening hours.
      Weekly pump out service will continue for all owners and tenants.  The marina’s fuel dock will also continue to be open.
      Contact us at (941) 981-5330,
      VHF Channel 68,
      or email:
      Bill Chamberlain – General Manager
      Riviera Dunes Marina
      (941) 981-5330 Office

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    • Southeast Marine Fuel Best Price Summary as of Apr 01

      This week’s lowest current marina fuel prices as of Apr 01
              Diesel Range: $1.76 to $3.40 Lowest @ New River Marina in (North Carolina)
              Gas Range: $1.99 to $3.99 Lowest @ Trout Creek Marina – Trout Creek Fish Camp in (St Johns River)
      Remember to always call the marina to verify the current price since prices may change at any time. Also please let us know if you find a marina’s fuel price has changed via the Submit News link.

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      All Regions (Price Range $1.76 to $3.71)

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      Virginia to North Carolina (Price Range $1.98 to $3.25)


      North Carolina (Price Range $1.76 to $3.40)

      $1.76 New River Marina (03/30)
      $1.81 Morehead Gulf Docks (03/30)
      $1.89 Spooners Creek Marina (03/31)


      South Carolina (Price Range $2.04 to $3.38)

      $2.04 Harbour Town Yacht Basin (03/30)
      $2.23 Osprey Marina (03/30)
      $2.25 Leland Oil Company (03/30)


      Georgia (Price Range $2.40 to $3.50)

      $2.40 Brunswick Landing Marina (03/30)
      $2.69 Two Way Fish Camp (03/31)
      $2.89 Isle of Hope Marina (03/30)


      Eastern Florida (Price Range $1.89 to $3.71)

      $1.89 Sands Harbor Resort and Marina (03/30)
      $2.13 Cape Marina (03/30)
      $2.15 Anchor Petroleum (03/30)


      St Johns River (Price Range $2.00 to $3.69)


      Florida Keys (Price Range $2.43 to $3.70)


      Western Florida (Price Range $1.99 to $3.63)

      $1.99 Gasparilla Marina (03/30)
      $2.29 F&Y, Inc (03/31)
      $2.34 Aquamarina Palm Harbour (03/30)


      Okeechobee (Price Range $2.94 to $3.71)


      Northern Gulf (Price Range $2.00 to $2.58)


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    • AIWA E-News March 2020

      Cruisers Net is proud to be a member of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association whose lobbying work is crucial to keeping the Waterway navigable. Your membership dollars directly support their vital work. Please join and encourage your boating neighbors to do likewise, regardless of their homeport.


      Pictured above clockwise AIWA & Representatives Buddy Carter (GA) and Representative Greg Murphy (NC)
      AIWA Goes to Capitol Hill
      On March 11-12, AIWA Executive Director Brad Pickel and board members met in Washington, D.C. to advocate for increased funding for AIWW maintenance projects. The AIWA team participated in fourteen meetings with members and staff in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Our meetings turned out to be on the cusp of the shutdown for COVID-19 and member offices closed to in-person meetings beginning March 13th

      In the President’s FY21 budget only $6.254 million was included for the waterway which is $16.293 million less than the final FY20 funding. Our goal was to secure Congressional support for $75 million each in three Operations & Maintenance funding pots for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps).  The AIWW is eligible to receive allocations from the three funding pots to conduct additional work above the original $6.254 million in the Administration’s budget, and in FY20 we received an additional $15 million from these funding pots.

      To support our request the AIWA team presented the annual operations & maintenance needs fact sheet for the waterway and a letter of support which Congressional members could submit to the Senate and House Appropriations Committees on our behalf. We requested the House members work together to send a bi-partisan, multi-state delegation letter as it has been highly successful in previous years and we encouraged each Senate office to send their own individual letter since we don’t currently have a delegation letter sponsor in the Senate. Although we do not receive copies of the Senate letters, we do receive a final copy of the House delegation letter and we are working to increase the number of signatories for the letter.

      In 2019, we were able to secure support from 16 House offices last year in six states – NJ, VA, NC, SC, GA and FL. This year, we were able to secure support in 19 offices in the same six states. This effort continues to grow in support along the way and is a great opportunity to highlight the value of Marine Highway 95 as a transportation system. The final version of the FY21 House Appropriations Letter Request with the co-signer list is available here.  Additionally, we would like to share a recent article from Boating Industry highlighting the AIWA D.C. trip by clicking here.

      Looking forward, COVID-19 has slowed the FY21 Appropriations process. All attention in Washington is focused on the three recovery bills and both the Senate and House are now in recess. We are unclear when the process will begin again while the ability to hold hearings addressing appropriations bills is in currently halted. 

      Some Good News: The AIWW has been deemed a mission critical waterway by the Corps and work continues for the staff at this time as plans for new projects are being developed and dredging is underway in North Carolina! We continue to work on your behalf to follow these projects and connect with our partners at the Corps to develop new projects in hopes that production will continue in a safe manner. We also continue to support our Congressional partners with federal appropriations and we will report more to you as the process continues.

      🎧~Listen In on the AIWA Appropriations Update
      with Brad Pickel ~ 
      The Coastal News Source.

      Helpful tools to navigate the evolving information about COVID-19 along the Waterway from our partners:
      The American Waterways Operators has launched a dedicated COVID-19 webpage containing information and resources to help mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus and guide the U.S. tugboat, towboat and barge industry in operating safely while continuing to serve the American people during the pandemic.

      The National Marine Manufacturers Association has called on the federal government to take action and help marine manufacturers respond to COVID-19. In addition, NMMA is aligned with organizations including the National Association of Manufacturers, US Chamber of Commerce, the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable and others to ensure our industry’s voice is heard.

      The Waterway Guide, Dockwa, AGLCA and Snag-A-Slip are reporting the changing status of access to marinas, services and docks while the United States is developing a response to the spread of COVID-19. The information listed here comes from boaters, marinas, partners, the U.S. Coast Guard, our staff of on-the-water boating editors, and internal teams of experts. Waterway Guide is committed to providing boaters with up-to-date content for captains and crew to make informed decisions regarding their vessel and safety. WWG will continue to publish and update news about affected facilities and waterways until normal conditions resume.

      Support the Waterway ~ Join AIWA Today!
      Copyright © 2020. Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association. All rights reserved.

      AIWA The Unified Voice of the Waterway ~ Over 20 Years of Advocacy and Education 

      The AIWA is a national non-profit organization with the mission of securing funding and support for the maintenance of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. We are the only organization dedicated to ensuring the future of the AIWW and proudly represent all stakeholders of the waterway. 

      5A Market, Beaufort, South Carolina 29906  (843) 379-1151

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    • LNM: Shoaling Surveyed, Lockwoods Folly Inlet, NC AICW Statute Mile 321

      Lockwoods Folly Crossing, a Cruisers Net Problem Stretch, was just dredged January to March, 2020 and the immediate need to relocate buoys 47 and 47A demonstrates the requirement for constant vigilance when navigating Lockwoods Folly/Waterway Intersection.

      UPDATED INFORMATION. Cape Fear River – Little River Buoy 47 (LLNR 40225) in Lockwoods Folly Crossing was moved to position 33-55-17.921 N, 078-14-03.157 W to better mark shoaling. Shoaling exists in Lockwoods Folly Inlet to a channel depth of 4 feet at mean low water throughout the inlet and to a depth of 2 feet at mean low water in the crossing near Buoy 47A (LLNR 40230). Most recent USACE survey shows depths as low as 4 feet mean low water throughout the inlet and a depth as low as 2 feet in the entrance at mean low water. Mariners are advised to use extreme caution while navigating this area. NC BNM 186-19 Chart 11534

      Click Here To View the Cruisers Net’s AICW Problem Stretches Listing For the AICW/Lockwoods Folly Inlet Intersection

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

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    • LNM: National Maritime Center: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – Update #2 

      This notice outlines operational changes at the National Maritime Center (NMC) due to COVID-19.

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      Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – Update #2   3/30/2020

      This notice outlines operational changes at the National Maritime Center (NMC) due to COVID-19. All 17 Regional Examination Centers (REC) and 3 Monitoring Units (MU) remain closed to the public until further notice. A transition to telework and shift-work is being implemented to balance mission-essential credential services with the need for a safe, “social distance” working environment for all employees. Please note the following key changes.

       Customer Service CenterIs now open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST, Monday through Thursday. Reach the call center at 1-888-IASKNMC (427-5662) or
      Continue to use e-mail or live chat for general questions.

       Electronic Mariner Applications & Awaiting InformationDue to the temporary closure and reduced manning of RECs/MUs, we are unable to process mailed or faxed applications. Please submit all applications and pending awaiting information via e-mail using the electronic submission process only. Mailed documents will be subject to delays. Submission guidance is located on the NMC website. Electronic submissions will only be accepted in PDF format; other formats such as .gif, .zip, or camera images will not be accepted.

       User FeesDue to the temporary closure and reduced manning of RECs/MUs, we are unable to process cash, check, or money order fee payments. User fees must be paid using Include a scanned copy of your payment receipt with your application submission.

       Mariner Records & ApplicationsAll Federal Record Centers are closed due to COVID-19 and the NMC is unable to retrieve legacy mariner service records. Mariner applicants should ensure all necessary supporting documentation is contained in the electronic application.

       The NMC understands this reduction in service may affect our industry customers and stakeholders, and we apologize for any potential inconvenience.



      /K. R. Martin/

      Kirsten R. Martin

      Captain, U.S. Coast Guard

      Commanding Officer

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    • LNM: Cape Fear River Entrance Buoys Relocated, near NC AICW Statute Mile 305

      These lighted inlet channel buoys are south of Bald Head Island and mark the Cape Fear River Entrance.

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      CCGD5 BNM 136-20

      NC – CAPE FEAR RIVER (CHART 11537)


      A. CAPE FEAR RIVER ENTRANCE LB 6 (LLNR 30340) TO APPROX POSIT 33-49-16.614N, 078-02-02.290W (33°49.2769N / 078°2.0381W, 33.821282 / -78.033969) .

      B. CAPE FEAR RIVER ENTRANCE LB 8 (LLNR 30350) TO APPROX POSIT 33-50-27.377N, 078-01-39.875W (33°50.4563N / 078°1.6646W, 33.840938 / -78.027743) .

      C. CAPE FEAR RIVER ENTRANCE LB 13 (LLNR 30373) TO APPROX POSIT 30-52-23.569N, 078-00-38.405W (30°52.3928N / 078°0.6401W, 30.873214 / -78.010668) .

      2. CANCEL AT TIME //131200Z APR 20//


      Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Southport Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Southport Marina

      Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Deep Point Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Deep Point Marina

      Click Here To View the North Carolina Cruisers’ Net Marina Directory Listing For Bald Head Island Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Bald Head Island Marina

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    • LNM: AICW Daybeacon 69 Destroyed, Stump Sound, NC Statute Mile 260

      This destroyed ICW daybeacon is on the southeast shoulder of the Waterway’s passage through Stump Sound.
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      SEC NC BNM 097-20

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