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WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/31/1207/31/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/31/1207/31/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/31/1207/31/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/30/1207/30/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/30/1207/30/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/30/1207/30/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/27/1207/27/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/27/1207/27/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/27/1207/27/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/26/1207/26/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/26/1207/26/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/26/1207/26/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/25/1207/25/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/25/12 - NEW PORT QUARTERLY MAGAZINE07/25/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/25/1207/25/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/24/1207/24/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/24/1207/24/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/24/12 - NEWS - GPA closes FY2012 with big numbers07/24/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/23/1207/23/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/23/1207/23/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/23/1207/23/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/23/1207/23/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/20/1207/20/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/20/1207/20/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/20/1207/20/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/19/1207/19/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/19/1207/19/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/19/1207/19/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/18/1207/18/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/18/1207/18/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/18/1207/18/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/17/1207/17/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/17/1207/17/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/17/1207/17/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/16/1207/16/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/16/1207/16/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/13/1207/13/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/13/1207/13/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/13/1207/13/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/12/1207/12/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/12/1207/12/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/12/12 - NEWS - Charleston Harbor Deepening To Be Completed Sooner, Cost Less07/12/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/11/1207/11/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/11/1207/11/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/11/1207/11/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/10/1207/10/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/10/1207/10/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/10/1207/10/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/9/1207/09/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/9/1207/09/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/9/1207/09/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/6/1207/06/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/6/1207/06/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/6/1207/06/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/5/1207/05/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/5/1207/05/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/5/1207/05/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/3/1207/03/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/3/1207/03/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/3/1207/03/2012 Normal
WILMINGTON, NC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/2/201207/02/2012 Normal
SAVANNAH, GA - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/2/1207/02/2012 Normal
CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/2/12 07/02/2012 Normal

 Daily Port Update

Subject:CHARLESTON, SC - DAILY PORT UPDATE - 7/20/12
Date:Friday, July 20, 2012
Priority:Normal
Notice:

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Maximum Depths - (Fresh)

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Harbor Entrance - 47.0 ft

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Main Channel - 45.0 ft

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">BERTH LIMITS/INFORMATION:

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Current maximum drafts allowed at berths:

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Hess - Max draft - 40'00

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Delfin - Max Draft - 42'00

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Chem Marine - Max Draft - 38'00 MLW

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Kinder Morgan - berth 1 - 40'00 - all vessel arrivals require tide

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Kinder Morgan - berth 2 - 40'00

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Kinder Morgan - berth 3 - 30'00"

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Kinder Morgan - berth 4 - Max draft 40'00, tide needed for anything deeper than 38'00

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">BP - Max draft 30'00" Low water

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Wando Terminal - Max draft 43'00 MLW - tide needed for anything deeper Than 43'01" Max BM No restriction North Charleston Terminal - Max draft 45'00 MLW - Max BM No restriction

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">CST - Max draft 45'00 MLW - Max BM No restrictions

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Veterans Terminal 35' MLW tidal restricted

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Nucor - Max draft 25'00 (movements daylight & tidal restricted), Max LOA 550', Max Beam 52'

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Pier J Max Draft 30 FT

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Per pilots - restrictions for Tanker movements:

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Drafts of 38'00 or less may transit at anytime

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Drafts of 38'01 to 40'00 -window:  Start in 1 Hour before low water until 2 hours before high water

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Drafts of 40'01 to 41'00 - window: start in 2 hours after low water until 2 hours before high water

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Drafts of 41'01 to 42'00 - window:  start in 3 hours after low water until 3 hours before high water

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

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">KMI 4  - OSG-214 - ETA 7/26<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">HESS - HALSTED BAY - ETA 1630/21

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL FILING REQUIREMENTS:

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">96 Hours - advance notice of arrival required by USCG

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">48 Hours - advance receipt of crew list by Immigration for any vessel arriving from a foreign port, or arriving coast wise with detained crew.

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">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

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">24 Hours - advance fax of crew list and approved visitors required by Terminal.

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">72 Hours - post port call, the Port Authority requires bill of lading figures for all bulk cargo.

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Port Security - All persons doing business within Port Authority property must have security pass from SCPA.  All persons wanting unescorted access to any vessel must have a valid TWIC.

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">ICYMI

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Below is a MASC statement regarding Wednesday's SC Senate vote to sustain several vetoes from Governor Haley regarding the Jasper Ocean Terminal.  Read about it here.  You can click here and scroll to the links on Vetoes 73 and 74 showing how Senators voted.  Please take a look and let those who voted to sustain the veto know that the maritime community disagrees with this decision.

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">MARITIME ASSOCIATION OF SC

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">DISAPPOINTED IN PORT VETO

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">“As an organization advocating for the state’s maritime transportation industry and those companies who utilize our port facilities, we are fully supportive of the Jasper Ocean Terminal concept.  But we are disappointed with Governor Haley’s vetoes and the Senate’s sustaining of those vetoes pertaining to the Jasper Ocean Terminal (JOT).

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">We say this for several reasons.  First, while the JOT is a joint project between SC and Georgia, decisions by our three representatives to the Joint Project Office (JPO) Board regarding JOT’s future should ultimately be based on what is best for SC.  As such, at least two of our 3 Board members should agree on any vote taken.  If one member’s vote can outweigh the other two – which in effect is the case here - then why even have three representatives on the JPO Board?  The proviso Governor Haley vetoed and the Senate sustained would have rectified this dysfunctional scenario.

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Second, plans for JOT are predicated upon the adequacy of the Savannah River as a viable shipping channel.  With a maximum approved 47-foot depth and it being restricted to one-way traffic, the Savannah River’s ability to handle Post-Panamax ships is highly questionable – thus leaving JOT in flux.  Until this adequacy issue gets completely resolved plans surrounding JOT require constant review – and decisions regarding said plans that have such a far-reaching impact should be made by more than just one of South Carolina’s JPO Board members.  The provisos Governor Haley vetoed and the Senate sustained were recognition of the reality of the situation and should have become law.

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">To reiterate, the Maritime Association of SC is supportive of JOT and the maritime sector jobs it will bring to our state, but stridently disapproves of these vetoes which could very easily divert focus and resources from our more immediate need to deepen Charleston Harbor and position it as the pre-eminent Port for Post-Panimax ships in the Southeast.”

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MSC Flaminia could be burning at sea for weeks

It could take weeks to control the fire burning aboard the MSC Flaminia, a 984-foot containership whose last port call was Charleston, according to the ship’s owner.

The Flaminia was abandoned in the mid-Atlantic Saturday after a fire and explosion killed at least one crewman. A second seaman is missing, and three remain hospitalized, according to the ship’s owner, Reederei NSB.

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On Thursday the Flaminia was roughly 600 miles from the British coast. The ship was still afire, and listing up to 10 degrees due to shifting cargo and the weight of water from firefighting efforts, NSB reported.

The heavy salvage tug Fairmount Expedition arrived on the scene Tuesday and began efforts to quell the fire, but temporarily retreated after there was another explosion aboard the Flaminia, the company said.

The causes of the fire and subsequent explosion Saturday, and the explosion Tuesday that temporarily halted firefighting efforts, have not been determined but will be the subject of an investigation in Germany.

The ship was carrying 2,876 shipping containers from ports in the U.S., Caribbean and South America.

NSB has not discussed the cargo in detail but said firefighting efforts were temporarily halted Tuesday because “after the evaluation of the situation on site by our experts, the danger of continuing the firefighting operations was too high due to dangerous goods which are onboard.”

The Flaminia was sailing from Charleston to Antwerp, Belgium, when the fire broke out about 1,000 miles from England, according to the United Kingdom’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

In Charleston, where the ship called on the Wando Welch Terminal before departing for Antwerp on July 8, the State Ports Authority and Mediterranean Shipping Co. have declined to comment. The Flaminia was chartered by MSC.

In Germany, NSB said a second salvage tug was expected to join the firefighting and salvage effort overnight, and a third is expected to arrive Saturday. The ship is flagged in Germany, and any investigation of the incident will be conducted there.

The uninjured Flaminia survivors, including 18 crew members and two passengers, arrived in Falmouth, England, early Thursday aboard the oil tanker DS Crown, which rescued them from lifeboats.

“It is difficult to imagine the horror that these people have suffered whilst transiting the ocean,” said Penny Phillips, of the relief group The Mission to Seafarers, in a report on the organization’s website.

The group provided services for the survivors, including a request to provide a priest to bless the ship that carried them and the body of the deceased crewman.

Marilyn Fajardo, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Seventh Coast Guard District, said the Coast Guard will not participate in the investigation because the incident happened in international waters and no U.S. citizens were among the crew.

Crew members were German, Polish and Filipino nationals. NSB has refused to provide information about the nationality of the two passengers.

Like many cargo ship owners, NSB offers passage on container ships to a limited number of paying customers.

On Thursday, NSB said salvage experts plan to board the Flaminia and attempt to reactivate its onboard firefighting systems.

“Experts estimate that the firefighting operations could take some weeks,” the company said. “Afterwards, MSC Flaminia is supposed to be towed to Europe for repairs.”

Reach David Slade at 937-5552 or Twitter @DSladeNews.

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Charleston Harbor could be deeper by 2019

 

 

South Carolina officials have been calling on Washington to make the proposed deepening of the Charleston Harbor a priority, and on Wednesday the White House responded with good news.

Charleston is among five ports whose infrastructure projects will be expedited, the Obama administration said, and that means the Port of Charleston could be deepened nearly a year earlier than the Army Corps of Engineers estimated just last week.

“The overarching message is that this is a priority project and it needs to move fast,” said Jim Newsome, president and CEO of the State Ports Authority. “On the heels of last week’s news, this is very good news.”

The corps in Charleston said July 11 that studies of the harbor deepening plan could be finished by the summer of 2016, and the dredging could potentially be completed in 2020, four years ahead of previous estimates.

On Wednesday, the White House pledged that all federal reviews of the plan will be completed by September 2015, 10 months earlier than the revised timeline the corps just announced.

The Obama administration’s announcement caught local Army Corps and State Ports Authority officials by surprise, but Newsome said any reduction in the timeline for deepening the port is good news, and Gov. Nikki Haley called it a huge leap forward for the state.

“This is a huge win for Charleston and for all of South Carolina,” Haley said. “Back in February, I stressed to the president how important deepening Charleston’s port was and how frustrating the Army Corps’ timetable was, and I’m thrilled to see the administration has sped up our project.”

Port executives and elected officials had asked the White House to take action, after the corps initially said it could take eight years just to study the proposed deepening work.

The new deadline, combined with project-shortening measures announced earlier by the corps, means the harbor could potentially be deepened by 2019, five years earlier than first estimated.

The plan to dredge the harbor to 50 feet or more is aimed at accommodating larger container ships, which will be able to reach Southeast ports via the Panama Canal starting in 2015, after the canal is widened and deepened.

Other U.S. ports are rushing to deepen waterways and raise bridges.

Charleston’s nearest rival, the Port of Savannah, is on the president’s list of initial projects to expedite, as are Jacksonville, Miami and the Port of New York and New Jersey.

The administration’s move follows an executive order President Barack Obama issued in March, launching the streamlining initiative.

The White House also has announced the creation of a multi-agency Navigation Task Force that “will develop a federal strategy and coordinated decision-making principles that focus on the economic return of investments into coastal ports and related infrastructure to support the movement of commerce throughout the nation.”

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has been pushing for a national mechanism for prioritizing port projects, and introduced legislation calling for the corps to rank the ports for funding. The corps will be part of the new Navigation Task Force.

No details were announced as to how the corps will finish the harbor study earlier than planned.

“With new guidance from the White House, we’ll certainly do what’s asked of us,” said Sean McBride of the Army Corps’ Charleston district office.

Barbara Melvin, director of governmental relations at the SPA, said Wednesday’s announcement suggests an additional federal commitment to getting the Charleston Harbor deepened, and that’s a positive sign for federal funding.

In South Carolina, the General Assembly set aside a $300 million fund for the project, in case the federal government balks at providing a federal share.

“We’ve gone from looking for $150,000 to get the study started to ‘we can’t wait’ in just two years,” Melvin said.

Stephen Largen contributed to this report. Reach David Slade at 937-5552 or Twitter @DSladeNews.

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">CURRENT ISSUES: 

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">FUTURE/ONGOING ISSUES:  

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">07/26/12 – 0815 – NAVOPS Meeting

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">07/26/12 – 1700 – Maritime Happy Hour – Duck & Dog West Ashley

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">07/26/12 - 1000 - AGENTS MEETING

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">07/27/12 - 1200 - Chat-n-Chew with SPA President and CEO Jim Newsome

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">08/14/12 – 1700 – Pilot Commission meeting

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">08/23/12 – 0815 – NAVOPS Meeting

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black"> 

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">09/11/12 – 1145 – C.W.I.T. luncheon at Convention Center – Port Advocacy

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">09/11/12 – 1700 - Pilot Commission meeting

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">09/17-19 - 39TH ANNUAL S.C. INTERNATIONAL TRADE CONFERENCE

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">09/20/12 – 1800 – Propeller Club dinner

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">09/27/12 - 0815 – NAVOPS Meeting

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">2018     - ETA FOR NEW CHARLESTON PORT TERMINAL TO BE COMPLETED

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">SECURITY LEVEL: MARSEC 1

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<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Tides for Charleston (Customhouse Wharf) starting with July 21, 2011.

<span-family:"Arial","sans-serif";color:black">Day        High      Tide  Height   Sunrise    Moon  Time      % Moon

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July 2012

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">F   20      Low   3:26 AM     0.2   6:26 AM    Rise  7:53 AM      0

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    20     High   9:29 AM     5.0   8:26 PM     Set  9:15 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    20      Low   3:28 PM     0.0

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    20     High   9:41 PM     6.0

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Sa  21      Low   4:05 AM     0.0   6:27 AM    Rise  8:54 AM      3

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    21     High  10:10 AM     5.1   8:25 PM     Set  9:50 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    21      Low   4:13 PM     0.0

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    21     High  10:19 PM     5.9

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Su  22      Low   4:45 AM    -0.1   6:27 AM    Rise  9:55 AM      7

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    22     High  10:53 AM     5.2   8:25 PM     Set 10:25 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    22      Low   5:00 PM     0.1

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    22     High  11:00 PM     5.8

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">M   23      Low   5:27 AM    -0.1   6:28 AM    Rise 10:57 AM      14

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    23     High  11:39 AM     5.4   8:24 PM     Set 11:00 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    23      Low   5:51 PM     0.2

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    23     High  11:45 PM     5.7

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Tu  24      Low   6:13 AM    -0.2   6:29 AM    Rise 12:00 PM      23

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    24     High  12:30 PM     5.5   8:24 PM     Set 11:36 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    24      Low   6:45 PM     0.3

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">W   25     High  12:34 AM     5.5   6:29 AM    Rise  1:05 PM      33

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    25      Low   7:02 AM    -0.2   8:23 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    25     High   1:26 PM     5.7

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    25      Low   7:45 PM     0.4

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Th  26     High   1:29 AM     5.3   6:30 AM     Set 12:16 AM      44

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    26      Low   7:57 AM    -0.2   8:22 PM    Rise  2:10 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    26     High   2:27 PM     5.8

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    26      Low   8:49 PM     0.5

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">F   27     High   2:30 AM     5.1   6:31 AM     Set  1:01 AM      55

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    27      Low   8:56 AM    -0.2   8:22 PM    Rise  3:16 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    27     High   3:32 PM     6.0

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    27      Low   9:55 PM     0.5

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Sa  28     High   3:34 AM     5.1   6:31 AM     Set  1:51 AM      66

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    28      Low  10:00 AM    -0.2   8:21 PM    Rise  4:21 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    28     High   4:37 PM     6.1

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    28      Low  10:59 PM     0.3

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Su  29     High   4:40 AM     5.1   6:32 AM     Set  2:47 AM      77

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    29      Low  11:03 AM    -0.3   8:20 PM    Rise  5:22 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    29     High   5:40 PM     6.3

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">M   30      Low  12:00 AM     0.1   6:33 AM     Set  3:49 AM      86

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    30     High   5:44 AM     5.2   8:19 PM    Rise  6:17 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    30      Low  12:04 PM    -0.4

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    30     High   6:39 PM     6.5

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Tu  31      Low  12:56 AM    -0.1   6:33 AM     Set  4:54 AM      93

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    31     High   6:45 AM     5.3   8:19 PM    Rise  7:07 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    31      Low   1:02 PM    -0.5

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">    31     High   7:34 PM     6.6

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">W    1      Low   1:49 AM    -0.3   6:34 AM     Set  6:00 AM      97

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     1     High   7:43 AM     5.5   8:18 PM    Rise  7:50 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     1      Low   1:57 PM    -0.5

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     1     High   8:26 PM     6.6

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<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">Th   2      Low   2:39 AM    -0.4   6:35 AM     Set  7:05 AM      99

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     2     High   8:37 AM     5.6   8:17 PM    Rise  8:29 PM

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     2      Low   2:49 PM    -0.4

<span-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">     2     High   9:14 PM     6.5

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MARINE FORECAST

 

Synopsis...ATLANTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL EXTEND ACROSS FLORIDA WHILE A WEAK TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE LINGERS INLAND THROUGH TONIGHT. HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE ATLANTIC WILL PUSH BACK WESTWARD AND INTO THE REGION OVER THE WEEKEND. MEANWHILE...A COLD FRONT WILL HANG UP ACROSS THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS AND DISSIPATE INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. THE INLAND TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE IS THEN EXPECTED TO RETURN EARLY NEXT WEEK.

Today: Sw winds 20 kt with gusts to 25 kt. Seas 4 to 5 ft... Building to 4 to 6 ft this afternoon. A slight chance of showers and tstms this afternoon.

 

Tonight: Sw winds 15 to 20 kt with gusts to 25 kt early. Seas 4 to 6 ft early...subsiding to 3 to 5 ft after midnight. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Sat: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt...increasing to 15 to 20 kt in the afternoon. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of tstms. A slight chance of showers.

 

Sat Night: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts to 20 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms after midnight.

 

Sun: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas 3 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Sun Night: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt with gusts to 20 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Mon: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Mon Night: Sw winds 15 to 20 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Tue: Sw winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms.

 

Tue Night: Sw winds 15 to 20 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. A slight chance of showers and tstms

Notice posted on Friday, July 20, 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.