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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
      NC CAPE HATTERAS – HATTERAS INLET (CHART 11555)
      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN RELOCATED.
      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
      NC CAPE HATTERAS – HATTERAS INLET (CHART 11555)
      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN RELOCATED.
      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
      NC CAPE HATTERAS – HATTERAS INLET (CHART 11555)
      1. THE FOLLOWING AID TO NAVIGATION HAS BEEN RELOCATED.
      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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    • 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

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Tom Point Creek

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    • Tryon Palace to Re-Open, New Bern, NC, Neuse River

      Tryon Palace in downtown New Bern will reopen to visitors Monday for palace tours and museum exhibits in the North Carolina History Center. New Bern is home to New Bern Grand Marina, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, which lies in the heart of downtown New Bern, North Carolina, along Trent River’s northern banks between Trent River highway and railroad bridges. See News for more news from New Bern Grand Marina.

       

       

      Tryon Palace, History Center to Reopen
      Coastal Review Online

      t North Carolina Marina Directory Listing For New Bern Grand Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of New Bern Grand Marina

       

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    • Join us for Virtual CoastFest 2020! 9/30-10/2, Georgia DNR

      The Coastal Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources invites students, teachers and the public to Virtual CoastFest 2020, being held Wednesday, Sept. 30, through Friday, Oct. 2, at www.CoastalGaDNR.org/CoastFest.

       

       
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      Join us for Virtual CoastFest Sept 30 – Oct. 2!

      The Coastal Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources invites students, teachers and the public to Virtual CoastFest 2020, being held Wednesday, Sept. 30, through Friday, Oct. 2, at www.CoastalGaDNR.org/CoastFest.

      While in-person CoastFest will not be held due to COVID-19, the Division will offer a series of live-streamed events highlighting its programs all three days at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m each day. Virtual attendees will have the opportunity to interact with Division staff and ask questions about how they conserve Georgia’s coastal resources for present and future generations.

      “For 26 years, we’ve looked forward to meeting our friends and neighbors from across the region at CoastFest,” said Tyler Jones, the Division’s CoastFest coordinator. “We’ve had to get creative to work around COVID-19 this year, and we’re excited to offer a virtual way to continue that tradition and provide an opportunity to peel back the curtain and show everyone what we do at Coastal Resources Division.”

      Live-stream topics on Wednesday, Sept. 30:

      • 9:30 a.m.: “All Aboard the R/V Anna: A look at the Division’s 60-foot shrimping vessel and the fisheries management work conducted aboard.”
      • 11 a.m.: “One Fish, Two Fish, Old Fish, New Fish: Discover how biologists and citizen scientists team up to better understand coastal fish populations.”
      • 2 p.m.: “The Shoreline Comes Alive: Learn what local communities and individuals are doing to protect property and restore wetland ecosystems.”

      Thursday, Oct. 1:

      • 9:30 a.m. “Our Changing Beaches: Beaches are constantly shifting, impacted by both gentle and tumultuous processes. Find out how the processes work and how people can adapt.”
      • 11 a.m. “Safe to Swim: Educate yourself on beach water quality, and how the Division partners with other agencies to keep the public safe.”
      • 2 p.m.: “Building Homes for Fish: Dive deep with our marine biologists to learn how the Division is building artificial reefs to create essential fish habitat.”

      Friday, Oct. 2:

      • 9:30 a.m.: “Going Green for Our Future: Learn how you can capture rainwater and prevent pollution runoff in your backyard and community.”
      • 11 a.m.: “Fishing Basics 101: Grab your fishing pole and join our marine biologists as they show you how to fish along the Georgia coast, including knot tying, types of bait and techniques.”
      • 2 p.m.: “Touch Tanks Live: Tune in live as we show off some of the coolest creatures that swim in our estuarine environment, and ask our biologists questions.”

      The CoastFest Art Contest, featuring art from students across the region, will still be held as usual, and the artwork will be on display at the Marshes of Glynn Library on Gloucester Street in Brunswick from Tuesday, Oct. 6, though Tuesday, Oct. 13. Prizes and ribbons will be awarded as in the past. This year’s art contest theme is “Our Marvelous Marshes,” and students are encouraged to submit art that highlights the estuarine ecosystem that makes the Georgia coast so unique. The winner of the 2020 CoastFest Art Contest will have his or her art featured on the 2021 CoastFest T-Shirt.

      New this year, the Division is holding an essay writing contest. Students from elementary, middle and high school are encouraged to write a 400-500 word short essay from the prompt: “What makes the Georgia Coast unique and what did I learn about it at Virtual CoastFest 2020?” First, second and third place awards will be given to Georgia students in elementary, middle and high school. Schools may submit their top five essays for judging by the Division’s staff and its partners in conservation. Teacher, homeschooling parents and students can find more information, including submission guidelines and deadlines, at www.CoastalGaDNR.org/CoastFestEssay.

      Winners of both the art and essay contests will be announced Oct. 16 by press release and notification to the schools.

      CoastFest 2020 T-shirts, featuring art by Maleah Lavarias of Needwood Elementary School will be sold online. Sales will be available from a link at www.CoastalGaDNR.org/CoastFest between Monday, Sept. 21, and Friday, Oct. 9. The cost is $10 plus shipping and handling. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery. The shirt is kelly green and features a mosaic sea turtle on the back with Virtual CoastFest 2020 logo on the front breast.

      The CoastFest website will also feature short videos from previous exhibitors, allowing them to highlight their programs and missions.

      Anyone with questions about Virtual CoastFest 2020 may contact Tyler Jones at 912-262-3140 or tyler.jones@dnr.ga.gov.

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    • LNM: ATONs Discontinued for Dredging, Carolina Beach Inlet, near NC AICW Statute Mile 294


      These uncharted buoys mark the inlet’s entry channel.

      united states coast guard

      1. THE FOLLOWING AIDS TO NAVIGATION HAVE BEEN TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED FOR DREDGING.
      
      A. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 4 (LLNR 30280).
      B. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 5 (LLNR 30285).
      C. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 7 (LLNR 30295).
      D. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 8 (LLNR 30300).
      E. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 8A (LLNR 30303).
      F. CAROLINA BEACH INLET BUOY 9 (LLNR 30305).

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    • State Dock Closed, Historic Bath State Historic Site, Bath NC off Pamlico River


      Bath State Docks are located on the eastern shores of Bath Creek, north of flashing daybeacon #4. For an in depth report on Bath.  Our thanks to Almond Drake for this update,

       

      Due to damage from Hurricane Isaias, the State Dock at Historic Bath is closed at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience and are we are working hard to open it back up as soon as possible.
      Almond Drake

      Click Here To View the NC Cruisers Net Marina Directory Listing For Bath State Docks

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Bath State Docks

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    • LNM: ATONS Relocated, New River Inlet, near NC AICW Statute Mile 270


      These uncharted markers define the inlet entrance channel which eventually intersects with the Waterway.
       
       

      united states coast guard

      CCGD5 BNM 487-20

      NC – NUESE RIVER TO MYRTLE GROVE SOUND (CHART 11541)

      1. THE FOLLOWING AIDS TO NAVIGATION HAVE BEEN RELOCATED.

      A. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 1 (LLNR 29975) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-01.949N 077-39-10.645W (34°20.0325N / 077°39.1774W, 34.333875 / -77.652957) .

      B. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 2 (LLNR 29985) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-07.507N 077-39-07.729W (34°20.1251N / 077°39.1288W, 34.335419 / -77.652147) .

      C. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 3 (LLNR 29995) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-11.932N 077-39-28.344W (34°20.1989N / 077°39.4724W, 34.336648 / -77.657873) .

      D. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 4 (LLNR 30000) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-17.328N 077-39-27.660W (34°20.2888N / 077°39.4610W, 34.338147 / -77.657683) .

      E. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 5 (LLNR 30010) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-21.465N 077-39-45.060W (34°20.3578N / 077°39.7510W, 34.339296 / -77.662517) .

      F. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 6 (LLNR 30015) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-26.747N 077-39-44.682W (34°20.4458N / 077°39.7447W, 34.340763 / -77.662412) .

      G. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 7 (LLNR 30020) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-28.569N 077-39-54.396W (34°20.4761N / 077°39.9066W, 34.341269 / -77.665110) .

      H. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 8 (LLNR 30025) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-31.325N 077-39-50.718W (34°20.5221N / 077°39.8453W, 34.342035 / -77.664088) .

      I. New Topsail Inlet Buoy 9 (LLNR 30030) RELOCATED TO APPROX POSITION 34-20-35.413N 077-39-54.426W (34°20.5902N / 077°39.9071W, 34.343170 / -77.665118) .

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