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

Florida, St. Johns River, Dunn Creek, Bridge Clearance Change

Until further notice, the Captain of the Port of Jacksonville advises all mariners that there is a reduction in the vertical clearance (less vertical clearance than the 45 feet published on the bridge) due to the overhead cables in the vicinity of HWY 17/SR 15 Dunn Creek Bridge in Satsuma, Fl. Mariners are advised to Read More

North Carolina, Atlantic Beach Bridge Maintenance

An engineering firm, on behalf of North Carolina Department of Transportation, will be performing maintenance on the SR 1184 (Atlantic Beach Bridge) bridge, over the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW), Bogue Sound, at mile 206.7, between Morehead City, NC and Atlantic Beach, NC. The maintenance, which began October 2018, will continue to be conducted from 7 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 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

Louisiana, Calcasieu Lock Construction

Mariners are advised that continuing until December 1, 2019, a U.S. Government contractor will be conducting demolition operations on the south chamber guidewall and construction of a new guidewall at Calcasieu Lock. The demolition and construction activities will be, Monday through Thursday, from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., each day. Mariners can also visit the Read More

Louisiana, GIWW, Calcasieu Lock Closure

Continuing until further notice, mariners are advised not to tie off to, nor allow their vessels to rest against the south chamber wall at Calcasieu Lock due to the wall being unstable, and vessels tying to it or exerting force on it could cause the chamber wall to fail. Mariners are advised that beginning on Read More