North Carolina, Snows Cut Shoaling

Shoaling exists in Snows Cut to a depth of 4 feet at mean low water in various locations between New River – Cape Fear River Buoy 162 (LLNR 39757) and New River – Cape Fear River Lighted Buoy 163 (LLNR 39825). Mariners are advised to use caution while navigating this area. Chart 11534 View the Read More

North Carolina, Oregon Inlet Bridge Demolition

33CFR165.T05-1065 Safety Zone; Oregon Inlet, Dare County, NC. (a) Location. The following area is a safety zone: all navigable waters of Oregon Inlet, within 100 yards of active demolition work and demolition equipment, along the old Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, which follows a line beginning at approximate position 35°46’47- N, 75°32’41- W, then southeast to Read More

Virginia, Hampton Roads, Military Training Exercise

Naval Station Norfolk will be conducting Force Protection training for Harbor Patrol Units on August 20 and 27 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm directly North of the Craney Island Disposal Area in approximate position 36 55′ 47″ N, 76 22′ 27″W. NAVSTA Harbor Security vessels and Atlantic Target vessels will be operating in the Read More

Texas, Clear Lake Bridge Construction

Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) has commenced work on the Kemah-Seabrook Bridge, impacting vessel traffic on Clear Creek Channel. The construction project is anticipated to take five years, and the U.S. Coast Guard will work with TXDOT to approve channel closures. The U.S. Coast Guard has approved partial closures through August 29, 2019. During the Read More

Illinois, Chicago, Indiana Harbor Canal Bridge Construction

From September 1 through October 31, 2019, Monday through Saturday, 0700to 1900, daily a 120 foot by 110 foot barge will be constructing the new Cline Avenue Bridge at Mile 1.61 over the Indiana Harbor Canal. The barge will monitor VHF-FM Marine channel 16 and will move with a 1- hour advance notice of arrival. Read More

Louisiana, Old River Lock Closure Update

Effective immediately, the work at Old River Lock has been completed and the intermittent delays to navigation are no longer in effect. Old River Lock has resumed its normal operations. The Lockmaster, Anthony T. Lindsly can be reached at (225) 492-3333, for up-to-date information. View the Lock on our Chartviewer. Chuck Baier [email protected]