Florida, Jacksonville, St. Johns River Bridge Schedule Changes

FEC RR Bridge, New River: The Coast Guard has authorized the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) to temporarily deviate from the drawbridge operation regulation 33 CFR 117.313(c) that governs the FEC New River Railroad Bridge across the New River, mile 2.5, at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Under this temporary deviation §117.313(c)(8), 120-minute blocks of time are Read More

South Carolina, Skull Creek Bridge Repairs

R. L. Morrison and Sons Inc. will commence repairs to the fender system of the Skull Creek Bridge (J. Wilton Graves Bridge, U. S. 278) that crosses over the AIWW on February 28, 2019. Completion of the project is expected by May 30, 2019. On scene assets will include the CAPT HORRY (crane barge), Tug Read More

New York, Tappan Zee Bridge Construction Restrictions

Construction and demolition work continue at the Tappan Zee Bridge across the Hudson River, mile 27.7 and will continue through 2019. The work will involve over one hundred pieces of floating equipment and support vessels that will be moored/anchored or transiting between the Westchester and Rockland county shorelines, including the side Channels and portions of Read More

Florida, Okeechobee Waterway Notice To Navigation

Mariners are reminded that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District post regularly “Notices to Navigation” News at: https://www.saj.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Navigation/Notices-to-Navigation/ Due to the changing water levels of Lake Okeechobee, The Army Corps of Engineers often release water through the Okeechobee Waterway Lock and Dam system. The water released often creates high currents along the waterway. Read More

Florida, West Coast, Big Sarasota Pass Shoaling

The U.S. Coast Guard has received reports of shoaling in the vicinity of Private aid Big Sarasota Pass Daybeacon 13 (LLNR 21515). Mariners are advised to proceed with caution and remain a safe distance from Daybeacon 13 due to surrounding shoal and reduced water depth. This Private aid is owned and maintained by Sarasota County. Read More

Florida West Coast, Indian Rocks Bridge Construction

Indian Rocks Bridge: Construction on the Indian Rocks Bridge has begun. The construction Project will be ongoing from January 14, 2019 until work is complete. There will be several pieces of floating equipment remaining in the water during the period of construction to include barges, cranes, and other work vessels. Single leaf operation should remain Read More

Bahamas, Land and Sea Park No Wake Zone

Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park Notice: The increase of vessel traffic and vessels moored at Cambridge Cay – ECLSP has prompted the Bahamas National Trust to invoke special regulations for vessels transiting Cambridge Cay channel to the West of the Mooring Field. Increased usage and transiting boat traffic through this channel has created the Read More

Florida, Miami, Marine Stadium Construction

Dock and Marine Construction have begun construction on the temporary marina in the basin at Miami Marine Stadium located on Virginia Key. There will be a variety of changing configurations of the floating docks as they build the layout in the plan. There are lights on and around the floating structures as well as barges Read More

South Carolina, Island Of Palms, ICW Shoaling

There is severe shoaling at low-tide depths of 2ft across the AICW in the vicinity of Isle of Palms between Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Daybeacon 117A (LLNR 34510.5) 32-47-11.607N / 079-48-33.383W (32°47.1935N / 079°48.5564W, 32.786558 / -79.809273) and Winyah Bay-Charleston Harbor Daybeacon 119 (LLNR 34520) 32-46-49.809N / 079-49-23.561W (32°46.8301N / 079°49.3927W, 32.780502 / -79.823211) . Mariners Read More