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    • NAV ALERT: LNM: Submerged Sailing Vessel, Pamlico Sound, NC

      This submerged vessel is SE of the mouth of the Pamlico River and approximately 10 NMs east of R E Mayo Seafood, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR.

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      Comments from Cruisers (1)

      1. Captain Rick Brass, Dockmaster, Washington Waterfront Docks -  September 19, 2020 - 12:27 pm

        The sunk vessel location is actually about 10NM EAST of Mayo Seafood, on the northeast side of the bombing range and Brant Island Shoal. It should only be a hazard to vessels moving from Pamlico Point "PP" towards Ocracoke, or around the east end of Brant Island Shoal between the Pamlico and Neuse, and not to vessels following the ICW.

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    • Fishermen’s Village October Calendar of Events/Entertainment, Charlotte Harbor, Punta Gorda, FL

      Fisherman's Village Marina and Resort, Punta Gorda, FL

      There is always plenty to do around Charlotte Harbor, even during the pandemic, so whether you are moored in Punta Gorda’s mooring field or berthed at Fishermen’s Village Marina, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, you will enjoy your visit to beautiful Charlotte Harbor.

      Click here for October Calendar of Events/Entertainment

      Kathy Burnam
      Marketing/Events Manager
      Fishermen’s Village

      1200 W. Retta Esplanade #57A
      Punta Gorda, Florida  33950                                                                                                                                        

      P  941 575-3007
      M 941 258-1327
      F   941 637-1054

      Click Here To View the Cruisers Net Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Fishermen’s Village

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    • 15 Reasons To Visit Beautiful Oak Island, Cape Fear River, NC AICW Statute Mile 309

      The beautiful Oak Island area is also home to three CRUISERS NET SPONSORS: Southport Marina, Deep Point Marina and Bald Head Island Marina – three more reasons to visit Oak Island. See Annual Oak Island Lighthouse Run for a rescheduled fall event.

      15 Reasons To Visit Beautiful Oak Island, NC

      Southport Marina
      910-269-2380 The new 82-slip Deep Point Marina is located on the Cape Fear River in Southport, NC, and offers fuel and transient dockage, as well as daily, monthly and annual slip rentals. The marina is adjacent to the new Bald Head Island Ferry Terminal, which houses a snack bar (open seasonally) that offers grab-and-go food options, soft drinks, beer, wine and coffee. In addition, the Deep Point Marina is convenient to Southport's shopping, restaurants and historic district, and offers easy ocean access.

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    • Boatlines September 14 from MIATC, Martin County, FL

      Martin County Florida
       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
      Treasure Coast Business Summit 10/15/2020 10:00 am- 4:00 pm
      ABYC Online Certiication Courses~ Click Here for Class Calendar
      Chapman School of Marine ~ See their website for the latest on their events
      Missed the Marine Industries Roundtable Meeting?
      You can now watch On-Demand.
      ABYC Standards Certification- Interactive Online
      The ABYC Standards Certification course provides a comprehensive and focused look at the key ABYC Standards. Course discussions address specific compliance issues relevant to engineers, installers, compliance inspectors, and marine surveyors.
      Sept 15 – 17 (3 days for 1 week, 3pm – 4:30pm EDT each day)
      Vote Stuart for the Great Places in Florida Award
      Is there anything you’d like to share with the membership?
      Send us a picture and short summary of an event or article and we will include it in Boatlines!
      MIATC Board of Directors
      President:  John Yudin of Guy Yudin & Foster 
      Secretary:  Artie Olson of Vero Marine Center
      Director:  Dan Dietz of Dietz Enterprises
      Director: Jill Marasa of St. Lucie County EDC
      Director:  Butch Olsen  of Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority
      Michele Miller
      Director of Operations
      Amber Novy
      Communications Coordinator
      MIATC | PO Box 1639Stuart, FL 34997

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    • Hell on Whales by Fiona Zublin

      Back in the mid-19th century, and continuing until 1930, a group of whalers in Australia’s Twofold Bay worked with a pod of killer whales to catch and kill baleen whales.

      True and Stories/Hell on Whales

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    • Gateway to the Gulf Newsletter from the City of Gulfport, Fl, September 14, 2020, Boca Ciega Bay

      Gulfport Marina includes dry boat storage, ship store, bathroom, public boat ramp, parking, fueling stations, lighted range markers and guest docking facility.

      Gulfport Municipal Marina, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, and the City of Gulfport always have a full calendar of events for all ages. The marina and harbor, found on the northern shores of Boca Ciega Bay, are easily accessible from the Western Florida ICW, just north of Tampa Bay.

      Week of September 14, 2020
      Gateway to the Gulf Newsletter
      Virtual/Regular Events & Meetings
      Virtual City Council Meeting (Agenda)
      Tuesday, September 15th at 6 p.m.
      Gulfport TV 640 (Spectrum only)
      Contact: 727-893-1012
      HIV & Aging Awareness Day Testing Event
      Friday, September 18th
      10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
      Gulfport Public Library, 5501 28th Ave. S.
      Learn more about HIV prevention and knowing your status. All participants will receive a FREE gift!
      For more information, please visit
      The Tuesday Fresh Market Returns!
      Tuesday, September 29th
      9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
      The Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market returns, better and safer than ever on Tuesday, September 29. With social distancing and safety protocols in place to keep vendors and shoppers safe, the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market offers people an outdoor venue where they can safely shop.
      For more information or to register to become a vendor, please visit
      Class is Dismissed: Retirement Party
      Saturday, October 3rd
      11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
      Gulfport Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. S.
      All are welcome to join the City of Gulfport for a retirement party honoring Mrs. Joanne McRoberts. The retirement party will be held outdoors on the back patio. We encourage social distancing and recommend face coverings during your visit.
      For more information, please call 727-893-1068
      Virtual Neighborhood Watch Meeting
      Wednesday’s at 7 p.m.
      Broadcasting “live on Facebook” Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Check on updates for your area and learn about recent incidents related to vehicle, residential burglaries, BOLO’s and stolen vehicles.
      For more information, please contact Mr. Jim Wright Volunteer Coordinator at 727-893-1022 or
      Community Outreach
      Check out what percentage of households in your state have been counted by census takers, as well as total response rates from across the country.
      Take the 2020 Census
      Have you taken the 2020 Census yet? Don’t be afraid to be counted! It’s quick, secure and confidential; by law, your answers cannot be used against you in any way.
      The 2020 Census is happening now. You can complete your questionnaire online, by phone, or by mail.
      Respond today! Deadline is September 30, 2020.
      Call: 844-330-2020 | Visit:
      Let’s Get This Money, Gulfport! #PinellasCensusChallenge
      Pinellas CARES Fund
      If you lost your job or your business had to close or stop serving customers due to COVID-19, the Pinellas CARES programs are here to help. Individuals and families can apply for help paying overdue rent, mortgage or utilities while local businesses may be eligible for a one-time grant to keep them afloat in these difficult times.  
      Financial Assistance for Individuals and Families
      If you lost a job or significant income due to impacts from the pandemic, you may qualify for financial assistance up to $5,000 per household to pay for rent, mortgage or utility payments.
      Text the word COVIDCARES to the phone number 898211 to start the process.
      For a detailed list of all program qualifications and step-by-step instructions:
      New Pinellas CARES programs expand help for local businesses
      More than 3,200 small business owners have received emergency grants since the initial Pinellas CARES program launched in May, but more help is on the way for a broad range of businesses still struggling from the impacts of COVID-19.
      Pinellas CARES is now offering expanded grant funding for Pinellas-based businesses most affected by the pandemic: generally, those that were required to shut down or whose customers were required to shut down or stop doing business.
      Businesses that make $3 million or less in gross annual revenue may qualify for up to $10,000 in grant assistance based on a sliding scale.
      A detailed list of all program qualifications and a link to the online application can be found at:
      To apply, links below:
      Duke Energy realizes the financial impact of the pandemic is far from over. Credit & debit card fees and walk-in payment fees will be waived through the end of October. Customers still facing financial challenges can request an extended payment arrangement quickly and easily
      Residential customers with more complex issues should call 800-700-8744 Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.; business customers should call 877-372-8477.
      Free Face Masks at the Gulfport Casino Ballroom & 49th Street Neighborhood Center!!!
      Please Wear a Mask
      Don’t have a mask? No problem! Visit the Gulfport Casino Ballroom or the 49th Street Neighborhood Center for a FREE mask.
      Addresses & Hours of Operation
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom (Walk-up site)
      49th Street Neighborhood Center (Walk-up site)
      Cloth Face Coverings: Do’s & Don’ts
      Wearing a cloth face covering CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”.
      If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a face covering.
      Washing Your Cloth Face Covering
      Cloth face coverings should be washed after each use. It is important to always remove face coverings correctly and wash your hands after handling or touching a used face covering. Remember: Cloth face coverings are still required when inside indoor public places in Pinellas County. Learn how to keep your mask clean:
      Gulfport Flood and Hurricane Information
      If a disaster were to hit today, would you be ready? Visit for planning tips, evacuation zone information, a list of recommended supplies, and other useful hurricane-related information. Be prepared to stay safe. The Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season ends November 30.
      2020-2021 School Year Teen Night
      For Teen Night Registration Form contact, John Lapham Recreation Coordinator at
      or by calling 727-893-1079
      Gulfport Recreation Center
      5730 Shore Blvd. S. Gulfport, FL 33707
      Gulfport Library is Open with Limited Service!
      Check out all the Virtual Events the Gulfport Public Library has to offer on their Facebook page at:
      5501 28th Ave. S. | 727-893-1074
      City of Gulfport Williams Pier Temporarily Closed
      In June, the City of Gulfport Williams Pier was temporarily closed for approximately three months for scheduled construction.
      If you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 727-893-1089.
      Gulfport Police Department Seeking Public Input on Use of Force Policy
      Gulfport Police Chief Rob Vincent is inviting public feedback in the agency’s review of their use of force policies. Please see Chief Vincent’s blog for specific information on the changes that are being considered as they relate to the “8 can’t wait” campaign.
      Receive alerts about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for our community’s Emergency Alert Program – Alert Pinellas.
      Pinellas County has also established a dedicated COVID-19 webpage where citizens can find in-depth information on the virus, links to resources and regular updates.
      COVID-19 testing is available from Community Health Centers of Pinellas and Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County. Find testing sites near you at
      Household Electronics & Chemical
      Collection Events
      The Household Electronics and Chemical Collection Center (HEC3) has reopened. For the safety of our customers and staff, the handling of items has changed. Staff and customers shall practice social distancing of 6 feet. Customers are required to unload items from their vehicles. Staff will advise customers to place items on a cart or on the ground (for larger items, like TVs).
      For details about accepted items and quantity limits, please visit
      For questions or live chat, please call Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste at (727) 464-7500 or
      Catch A Ride With GEMS!
      The Gulfport Extended Mobility Service (GEMS) run thru the Senior Center has resumed limited, essential transportation services to grocery stores, medical appointments, etc.
      Any Gulfport residents 55 & older or residents with a disability can take advantage of GEMS door to door service for a yearly membership of $70 plus $2 per ride.
      For more information, call 893-2242.
      The City of Gulfport is Proud To Be A Tree City USA Community
      Do you love Gulfport and wish you could be here all the time? Check out our live streaming cameras to see what you are missing. From beaches and volleyball to dining and special events; Gulfport has it all! After all we are one of the most fun and exciting cities on the Gulf coast!
      Latest Beach Water Quality Sampling Data:
      City of Gulfport
      High Efficiency Toilet Rebate Program
      For more information, please visit 
      or contact 727-893-1016.
      Gulfport on the Go!
      Get the City App
      City of Gulfport is proud to announce the launch of the new City of Gulfport app for iOS and Android mobile devices, the newest way to connect with its citizens.
      The Official City of Gulfport app offers citizens a simple way to submit requests-like reporting potholes, signs, trash or debris, code violations, and inquiring about an event venue. Users can include an address and description, GPS-specific location, as well as a photo of the issue. Once a request is submitted, you can keep track of pending and completed requests within the “My Requests” section. In addition, the City app has direct links to the online utility bill payment system, the City calendar, frequently asked questions, the city employee directory, the sanitation department, and the electronic newsletter signup.
      The City App allows residents to connect more conveniently with City government to report issues and request non-emergency services. Offering more ways for citizens to connect with the City, please email or call 727-893-1118 with questions or technical issues about the smart phone app.
      City of Gulfport Senior Center Telephone Reassurance Program:
      Keeping you Safe and Connected
      The City of Gulfport Senior Center’s Telephone Reassurance Program is a free service for Gulfport Residents 50 years of age or older. Volunteers provide daily phone calls to registered members and provide comfort, security, and peace of mind to members and families.
      As of Thursday, August 13, 2020, five months into the coronavirus pandemic, the City of Gulfport Senior Center’s Telephone Reassurance Program has called 1,760 members, with the support of 39 volunteers, providing the opportunity for daily interaction, comforting conversation, and verification of the senior’s well-being.
      Registration is simple and free. If you or someone you know could benefit from this service during this difficult time, please call (727) 893-2237 and register today.
      Online access to the City of Gulfport Municipal Code is provided at the following link: Gulfport, Florida – Code of Ordinances
      City of Gulfport Florida | 2401 53rd Street SouthGulfport, FL 33707

      Click Here To View the Cruisers Net Western Florida Marina Directory Listing For Gulfport Municipal Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Gulfport Municipal Marina

      Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers Net Anchorage Directory Listing For Gulfport Anchorage/Mooring Field

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Gulfport Anchorage/Mooring Field

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    • LNM: Numerous Buoys Relocated, near Hatteras Inlet, NC

      All of these relocated buoys are in the shallow waters near Hatteras Inlet.

      CCGD5 BNM 492-20
      A. BARNEY SLOUGH CHANNEL BUOY 3A (LLNR 28721.6) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-13.391N 075-47-14.176W (35°13.3910N / 075°47.2363W, 35.223183 / -75.787271)

      CCGD5 BNM 493-20
      A. HATTERAS INLET BUOY 12B (LLNR 28733.1) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-12-11.824N, 075-43-55.492W (35°12.1970N / 075°43.9249W, 35.203284 / -75.732081)

      CCGD5 BNM 491-20
      A. HATTERAS INLET CHANNEL LIGHT 19A (LLNR 28765.1) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-12-22.182N, 075-43-15.216W (35°12.3697N / 075°43.2536W, 35.206162 / -75.720893) .
      B. HATTERAS INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 12A (LLNR 28732.1) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-12-19.060N, 075-43-54.971W (35°12.3176N / 075°43.9162W, 35.205294 / -75.731936) .
      C. HATTERAS INLET CHANNEL LIGHT 19 (LLNR 28765) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-12-14.587N, 075-43-16.377W (35°12.2431N / 075°43.2730W, 35.204052 / -75.721216) .
      D. HATTERAS INLET CHANNEL LIGHTED BUOY 12 (LLNR 28732) HAS BEEN RELOCATED TO APPROX. POSITION 35-12-36.785N, 075-43-55.362W (35°12.6131N / 075°43.9227W, 35.210218 / -75.732045) .

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    • LNM: Coast Guard Urges Caution for Tropical Storm Sally – Update

      See NHC: Tropical Storm Watch for updates on this storm.

      News Release 

      U.S. Coast Guard 8th District Heartland
      Contact: 8th District Public Affairs
      Office: 504-671-2020
      After Hours: 618-225-9008
      Eighth District online newsroom


      Coast Guard urges safety precautions as Tropical Storm Sally strengthens near the Gulf Coast

      UPDATE: Coast Guard has changed port conditions, urges safety, in Gulf Coast region

      NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard is adjusting port conditions and strongly cautions the maritime community to remain observant and to take the necessary precautions as Tropical Storm Sally approaches the area.

      Tropical Storm Sally has the potential to become a Category 2 hurricane once it makes landfall near New Orleans on Tuesday morning. 

      Port conditions change based on weather forecasts, and current port conditions can be viewed on the following Coast Guard homeport webpages:

      The Coast Guard is reminding the public of these important safety messages:

      • Stay off the water. Hurricanes and tropical storms can be deadly and our ability to conduct rescues can be diminished or non-existent at the height of a storm. Be prepared, stay informed and heed storm warnings.
      • Be prepared. Owners of large boats are urged to move their vessels to inland marinas where they will be less vulnerable to breaking free of their moorings or to sustaining damage. Mooring lines should be doubled in case of high winds. Boats that can be trailered should be pulled from the water and stored in a place that is not prone to flooding. Those who are leaving their boats in the water are reminded to remove EPIRBs and to secure life rings, life jackets, and small boats. These items, if not properly secured, can break free and require valuable search and rescue resources to be diverted and may put first responders in harm’s way to ensure people are not in distress.
      • Evacuate as necessary. If mandatory evacuations are set for an area, the public should evacuate without delay. Coast Guard personnel and other emergency responders may not be able to evacuate or rescue those in danger during the storm. 
      • Stay informed. The public should monitor the progress and strength of the storm through local television, radio, and the Internet. Boaters can monitor its progress on VHF radio channel 16. Information can also be obtained on small craft advisories and warnings on VHF radio channel 16.
      • For more information on hurricane preparedness visit Ready.Gov and NOAA websites, as well as following them on Twitter.

      For more information follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


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    • Good Review of Tom Point Anchorage, SC AICW Statute Mile 495.5

      Considered by many to be one of the best anchorages south of Charleston, Tom Point Creek cuts the western shores of North Edisto River, well south, southwest of flashing daybeacon #102. Our thanks to Jackie and Charlie for this report.


      9-11-20. (Looks like we’re only ones using this great anchorage!) Anchored in Tom Point creek (and 3 nights ago also) – about mm 495.5. Came in pretty far (2nd anchor ) to escape threatened storms. Very good protection. About 5-6 times here. A favorite bad weather anchorage. Anchored in about 13-14′ at 80% hi tide. 33# claw 50′ chain 34′ boat. Anchor not move – came up almost clean. Easy in/out- keep middle channel. No place to take dog. Current normal tidal flow. Beautiful and serene!! Charlie and Jackie on Traveler  


      Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s South Carolina Anchorage Directory Listing For Tom Point Creek Anchorages

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