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SubjectDatePriority
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 6/29/12 - Monthly Newsletter06/29/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/29/12 - SC Legislature Commits $300 Million to Charleston Harbor Deepening06/29/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/29/1206/29/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 6/28/1206/28/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/28/1206/28/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/28/1206/28/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/27/1206/27/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 6/27/1206/27/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 06/27/12 - NEWS: Jepson Elected GPA Board Chairman 06/27/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/26/1206/26/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/26/1206/26/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/26/1206/26/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/25/1206/25/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/25/1206/25/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/25/1206/25/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/22/1206/22/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/22/1206/22/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/22/1206/22/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/21/1206/21/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/21/1206/21/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/21/1206/21/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/20/1206/20/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/20/1206/20/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/20/1206/20/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/19/1206/19/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/19/1206/19/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/19/1206/19/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/18/1206/18/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/18/1206/18/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/18/12 - Quarterly newsletter attached06/18/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/15/1206/15/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/15/1206/15/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/15/1206/15/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/14/1206/14/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/14/1206/14/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/14/1206/14/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/13/1206/13/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/13/1206/13/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/13/1206/13/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/12/1206/12/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/12/1206/12/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/12/1206/12/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/11/1206/11/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/11/1206/11/2012 Normal
REVISED DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/11/1206/11/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/11/1206/11/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/8/1206/08/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/8/1206/08/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/8/1206/08/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/6/1206/06/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/6/1206/06/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/6/1206/06/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/5/1206/05/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/5/1206/05/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/5/1206/05/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/4/1206/04/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/4/1206/04/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/4/1206/04/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - WILMINGTON NC - 6/1/1206/01/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - CHARLESTON, SC - 6/1/1206/01/2012 Normal
DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/1/1206/01/2012 Normal

 Daily Port Update

Subject:DAILY PORT UPDATE - SAVANNAH GA - 6/8/12
Date:Friday, June 08, 2012
Priority:Normal
Notice:

PORT LIMITS/INFORMATION

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Maximum Depths - (Fresh)

Harbor Entrance - 42 ft

Main Channel - 42 ft

Max allowable vessel draft - 43 ft

 

BERTH LIMITS/INFORMATION:

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Current maximum drafts allowed at berths:

 

Colonial # 1 Max Draft 39 ft Max LOA 750 ft Max air draft 185 ft

Colonial # 3 Max Draft 36 ft Max LOA 600 ft

Colonial OT-20 Max Draft 39 ft Max LOA 800 ft

Valero East Max Draft 23 ft Max LOA 650 ft Max Beam 110 ft

Valero West Max Draft 36 ft Max LOA 650 ft

Conoco Phillips Max Draft 26 ft Max LOA 650 ft

Vopak Max Draft 36 ft Max LOA 643 ft Max Beam 100 ft

Marine Port Terminal Brunswick Max Draft 30 ft Max LOA 80 ft

Nustar #2 Max Draft 38 ft Max LOA 900 ft Max Beam 110 ft Max DWT 44,000

Epic Midstream - Max Draft 36 ft Max LOA 700ft  Max Beam 120 ft

Nustar Asphalt - Max Draft 36'06 ft Max LOA 750 ft Max Beam 120 ft

East Coast terminal - Max Draft 36 ft

Imperial Sugar - Max Draft 30 ft

Metro Ports - Max Draft 36 ft Max LOA  700 ft Max Beam 150 ft

GPA Ocean Terminal Max Draft 42 ft

GPA Garden City Terminal Max Draft 42 ft

 

 

Per pilots - restrictions for Tanker movements:

Drafts of 35 ft 5 in or less may transit at anytime Drafts of 35 ft 6 to 42'00 are tide restricted- window:  Start in 1 Hour after low water until 1.5 hours before high

 

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">VESSEL TRAFFIC: 

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">NUSTAR:   None

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black"> 

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">COL BERTH 1 -  (OTHER THAN BARGES)

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">CHEMICAL MASTER - 6/7

JOHANN JACOB - 6/12

OSG-214 - 6/14

AMELIA - 7/7

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black"> 

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">COL BERTH 3 -    (OTHER THAN BARGES)

FRED BOUCHARD - 6/6 ?

CHARLESTON - 6/7 ?<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">

CARONI PLAIN - 6/11

SUSANA S - 6/15

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">JO IIEX - 6/22

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black"> 

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">BERTH OT-20 -   (OTHER THAN BARGES)

NORD GUARDIAN - 6/19<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">HARBEL CUTLASS - 6/24

 

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FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL FILING REQUIREMENTS:

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96 Hours - advance notice of arrival required by USCG

 

48 Hours - advance receipt of crew list by Immigration for any vessel

arriving from a foreign port, or arriving coast wise with detained crew.

 

24 Hours (minimum) - Foreign cargo must have manifest submitted to

Customs & Border Patrol AMS.  Bond must be filed for foreign flag vessels

or U.S. flag arriving with foreign cargo aboard.  24 Hours - advance

notice to Pilots

 

24 Hours - advance fax of crew list and approved visitors required by

Terminal.

 

72 Hours - post port call; the Port Authority requires bill of lading

figures for all bulk cargo.

 

Port Security - All persons doing business within Port Authority property

must have security pass from GPA.  All persons wanting unescorted access

to any vessel must have a valid TWIC.

 

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Current Articles:    

 

 

By Matt Tomsic

mtomsic@scbiznews.com

Published June 6, 2012

 

The Army Corps of Engineers produced a flawed study to deepen the Savannah River, and the project would waste money, according to comments filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center for the project.

 

“The corps’ report sinks itself, under the weight of fundamental flaws for a proposal to waste $650 million on putting the Savannah River on life support for no benefit to port business,” said Chris DeScherer, an attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center, in a news release. “Until the corps assesses the best regional bang for federal taxpayer buck, it’d be irresponsible to move forward with this $650 million deepening that will result in significant damage to the river and communities.”

 

The law center submitted the comments for the Savannah Riverkeeper, the Coastal Conservation League, the S.C. Wildlife Federation and the Center for a Sustainable Coast.

 

In its comments, the law center argues the corps says the river deepening will not maintain or increase business for Savannah port terminals, though the Georgia Ports Authority says the project will grow its business.

 

“The disagreement between the corps report and the GPA’s public statements highlights how broken this process has become,” said Steve Eames, director of the Coastal Conservation League’s South Coast office, in the release. “It’s incumbent on the GPA with the corps to explain why their economic growth projections for 47 feet justify the level of environmental damage the corps’ findings indicate will occur.”

 

The law center also points to environmental damage the project could cause. Dissolved oxygen levels are expected to decrease after the project, and the corps plans to use Speece cones to inject dissolved oxygen into the river. The law center and other conservationists argue the cones are unproven at this scale.

 

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Georgia challenges maritime commission in administrative court

 

 

By Matt Tomsic

mtomsic@scbiznews.com

Published June 6, 2012

 

Georgia officials are contesting a recommendation by the Savannah River Maritime Commission in the state’s administrative law court.

 

The Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District filed the request in late May, and the court assigned a judge to the case on Thursday.

 

On May 8, the Savannah River Maritime Commission recommended the Savannah River be deepened to 45 feet, two feet shorter than the Army Corps of Engineers recommendation. The harbor expansion project would deepen the river to allow better access to Georgia Ports Authority terminals.

 

The commission approved the recommendation during its May 8 meeting.

 

The request came about the same time as when the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control denied an appeal over the maritime commission’s recommendation. The Georgia Ports Authority, or GPA, and Savannah District filed the request.

 

“Despite GPA’s position that the maritime commission had no authority or basis to issue the notice or to impose any terms and conditions on the (Savannah Harbor Expansion Project) and that the notice is a nullity, GPA wishes to preserve its right to challenge the notice,” the GPA wrote. “Because the maritime commission is acting beyond its authority and has no regulations governing appeals of its decisions, GPA is uncertain as to the proper venue for challenging the notice.”

 

Commission member and state Sen. Larry Grooms said he thinks state law is clear about the maritime commission’s authority.

 

“We have evaluated the application from the Corps of Engineers,” Grooms said. “We have studied it using some of the best consultants around, and I stand by our decision that the Savannah River can be deepened, but once you go over 45 feet, you incur irreconcilable damage to the environment, and it cannot be mitigated.”

 

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By Associated Press

 

 

For the AJC

 

COLUMBIA — A state agency broke the law when it shut out the river commission from negotiations over dredging the Savannah River, the top justice on South Carolina's highest court argued Tuesday, saying the agency "rubber stamped" an agreement with Georgia officials on the project.

 

Brant Sanderlin, bsanderlin@ajc.com Environmental groups are suing South Carolina's Department of Health and Environmental Control over dredging the Savannah River.

 

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"You disobeyed the law when you did not involve the Savannah River Maritime Commission in the settlement of this matter," Chief Justice Jean Toal said to John Harleston, an attorney for South Carolina's Department of Health and Environmental Control, during a hearing.

Lawmakers set up the maritime commission in 2007 specifically to deal with issues related to dredging the river. It became a big player in the port battle last fall, when the DHEC board approved permits allowing the digging to begin so bigger ships could reach the Port of Savannah in Georgia when the Panama Canal is widened in two years.

DHEC staff had initially turned down the requests, but the agency suddenly reversed itself after Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal flew to Columbia to meet with South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who appoints the members of that board.

Environmental groups are suing DHEC, saying the commission, not the other agency, is charged with making decisions about the $650 million project in the river that serves as the state line for South Carolina and Georgia.

Last month, the commission sided with environmentalists, ruling that a deeper channel would bring down water quality and opting to limit channel depth to 45 feet — two feet off the corps' proposed depth of 47 feet.

On Tuesday, Harleston argued that DHEC didn't agree that the commission had the authority to issue certain permits.

"Does the Maritime Commission have the authority that it claims?" Harleston asked. "We don't read this as giving the Maritime Commission permitting authority."

Toal took issue with the fact that DHEC's board merely did what it was told, didn't actively debate the issue and denied the commission's request to participate in any discussions.

"The board didn't do anything by way of adjudicating this," Toal said. "They simply rubber stamped an agreement that had been reached by Georgia and the Corps of Engineers. ... What about the Savannah River Maritime Commission's statutory involvement?"

South Carolina lawmakers were furious about the last-minute compromise on the dredging with the Georgia Ports Authority and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to approve the project, accusing Haley of selling out the port in Charleston, which will compete with the port in Savannah for container ships.

The move also put in doubt a proposed joint port between the two states that was supposed to be closer to the Atlantic Ocean. Under the corps' current plans, material dredged from the Savannah River will be dumped on the planned site for the Jasper County port.

South Carolina legislators passed a bill this session retroactively suspending DHEC's ability to make dredging decisions involving the river. The governor rejected the bill, but lawmakers overrode the veto with just one dissenting vote.

It wasn't immediately clear when the justices would issue their decision. Last week, DHEC's board opted not to consider a request to allow deeper dredging in the Savannah River, deferring a decision on the request from the Georgia Ports Authority and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers until the court issues its ruling.

Both the court and attorneys acknowledged that the case could likely find its way into federal court, where one lawsuit over the river dredging is already pending. In that case, environmental groups argue that the dredging project cannot begin until the project gets a pollution permit from the state.

Col. Jeffrey Hall, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Savannah, has said he doesn't need a permit from South Carolina and would be willing to move forward without one by claiming an exemption under the federal Clean Water Act

 

 

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CURRENT ISSUES/EVENTS: 

 

 

FUTURE EVENTS:  <span-size:12.0pt;font-family:"Bookman Old Style","serif";color:black">

<span-size:12.0pt;font-family:"Browallia New","sans-serif";color:black">08/22/12 – N.S. SAVANNAH Plaque Ceremony

<span-size:12.0pt;font-family:"Book Antiqua","serif";color:#C00000">09/06/12 – State of the Port – Savannah International Trade Center

 

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<span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">SECURITY LEVEL: MARSEC 1 <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">CURRENT HURRICANE STATUS -  4 - NO STORMS EXPECTED <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black"> 

LOCAL TIDES:

 

Day        High      Tide  Height   Sunrise    Moon  Time      % Moon

           /Low      Time    Feet    Sunset                    Visible

 

JUNE 2012

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F    8      Low   6:13 AM    -0.6   6:17 AM     Set 10:44 AM      84

     8     High  11:59 AM     6.8   8:28 PM

     8      Low   6:23 PM     0.0

 

Sa   9     High  12:31 AM     7.4   6:17 AM    Rise 12:06 AM      75

     9      Low   7:02 AM    -0.3   8:29 PM     Set 11:45 AM

     9     High  12:56 PM     6.7

     9      Low   7:17 PM     0.5

 

Su  10     High   1:24 AM     7.0   6:17 AM    Rise 12:40 AM      65

    10      Low   7:53 AM     0.0   8:29 PM     Set 12:43 PM

    10     High   1:50 PM     6.7

    10      Low   8:15 PM     0.9

 

M   11     High   2:15 AM     6.7   6:17 AM    Rise  1:12 AM      55

    11      Low   8:44 AM     0.2   8:30 PM     Set  1:39 PM

    11     High   2:42 PM     6.7

    11      Low   9:15 PM     1.1

 

Tu  12     High   3:04 AM     6.4   6:17 AM    Rise  1:43 AM      45

    12      Low   9:36 AM     0.3   8:30 PM     Set  2:34 PM

    12     High   3:31 PM     6.8

    12      Low  10:15 PM     1.2

 

W   13     High   3:52 AM     6.2   6:17 AM    Rise  2:15 AM      36

    13      Low  10:26 AM     0.4   8:30 PM     Set  3:28 PM

    13     High   4:20 PM     6.9

    13      Low  11:10 PM     1.2

 

Th  14     High   4:42 AM     6.0   6:17 AM    Rise  2:47 AM      27

    14      Low  11:14 AM     0.4   8:31 PM     Set  4:22 PM

    14     High   5:08 PM     7.0

 

F   15      Low  12:00 AM     1.0   6:17 AM    Rise  3:22 AM      19

    15     High   5:31 AM     6.0   8:31 PM     Set  5:16 PM

    15      Low  12:00 PM     0.3

    15     High   5:56 PM     7.1

 

Sa  16      Low  12:47 AM     0.9   6:17 AM    Rise  4:00 AM      12

    16     High   6:20 AM     6.0   8:31 PM     Set  6:09 PM

    16      Low  12:45 PM     0.3

    16     High   6:42 PM     7.3

 

Su  17      Low   1:31 AM     0.7   6:17 AM    Rise  4:42 AM      6

    17     High   7:07 AM     6.0   8:32 PM     Set  7:01 PM

    17      Low   1:29 PM     0.2

    17     High   7:26 PM     7.4

 

M   18      Low   2:14 AM     0.6   6:17 AM    Rise  5:29 AM      2

    18     High   7:52 AM     6.1   8:32 PM     Set  7:51 PM

    18      Low   2:13 PM     0.2

    18     High   8:08 PM     7.4

 

Tu  19      Low   2:55 AM     0.4   6:18 AM    Rise  6:19 AM      0

    19     High   8:33 AM     6.1   8:32 PM     Set  8:39 PM

    19      Low   2:55 PM     0.1

    19     High   8:47 PM     7.5

 

W   20      Low   3:35 AM     0.3   6:18 AM    Rise  7:12 AM      0

    20     High   9:13 AM     6.1   8:32 PM     Set  9:23 PM

    20      Low   3:37 PM     0.1

    20     High   9:25 PM     7.4

 

Th  21      Low   4:14 AM     0.2   6:18 AM    Rise  8:09 AM      1

    21     High   9:51 AM     6.1   8:33 PM     Set 10:03 PM

    21      Low   4:18 PM     0.2

    21     High  10:03 PM     7.4

 

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MARINE FORECAST<span-size:12.0pt;font-family:"Times New Roman","serif";color:black"> <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Synopsis...A STATIONARY FRONT WILL REMAIN ACROSS NORTHERN FLORIDA THROUGH SATURDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES OVER THE REGION. AS THE HIGH PRESSURE AREA SHIFTS INTO THE ATLANTIC ON SUNDAY...A WEAK TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL APPROACH FROM THE WEST. THE TROUGH WILL REMAIN IN THE AREA THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">This Afternoon...E winds 15 kt with gusts to 20 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A chance of showers through early afternoon. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Tonight...E winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas 2 to 3 ft. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Sat...E winds 10 to 15 kt...becoming SE in the afternoon. Seas 2 to 3 ft. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Sat Night...SE winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 2 to 3 ft. A slight chance of showers in the evening...then a chance of showers with a slight chance of tstms after midnight. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Sun...SE winds 10 kt. Seas 2 to 3 ft. A chance of showers and tstms. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Sun Night...SE winds 5 to 10 kt...becoming S after midnight. Seas 2 to 3 ft. A chance of showers and tstms in the evening...then a slight chance of showers and tstms after midnight. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Mon...NE winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 2 ft. A chance of showers and tstms. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Mon Night...SE winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 2 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">Tue...SE winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 2 ft. A chance of showers and tstms. <span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">  Tue Night...S winds 10 kt. Seas 2 ft. A chance of showers and tstms.<span-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";color:black">
Notice posted on Friday, June 08, 2012

Disclaimer
For quality assurance purposes please note well that while the above information is regularly vetted for accuracy it is not intended to replace the local knowledge or expertise pertaining to port conditions of our marine operations personnel. Port précis should always be verified by contacting the corresponding marine department of a particular location for the most up-to-date information.