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Subject:philadelphia --dredging update marcus hook---urgent
Date:Friday, October 12, 2007
Priority:Normal
Notice:TO: Maritime Exchange Navigation Distribution

The following Safety Broadcast notice is being forwarded on behalf of the
U.S. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay for your review.

Regards,

Operations Department



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From: Brandi.L.Harris@uscg.mil [mailto:Brandi.L.Harris@uscg.mil]
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 1:35 PM
To: OPS; DISPATCH@delpilots.com; WATCHOFFICER@delpilots.com
Subject: P 121722Z OCT 07, SAFETY BROADCAST NOTICE TO MARINERS//A//,
COMCOGARD SECTOR DELAWARE BAY PA


P 121722Z OCT 07
FM COMCOGARD SECTOR DELAWARE BAY PA
TO CCGDFIVE PORTSMOUTH VA//DR/DRMC/DP/DPW//
AIG 11913
BT
UNCLAS //N16600//
SUBJ: SAFETY BROADCAST NOTICE TO MARINERS//A//
DBAY BNM 417-07
PA-DE-NJ-DELAWARE RIVER-MARCUS HOOK RANGE
1. THE CAPTAIN OF THE PORT DELAWARE BAY IS NOTIFYING ALL MARINERS OF
DREDGING OPERATIONS IN THE MARCUS HOOK RANGE OF THE DELAWARE RIVER,
THAT WILL START OCTOBER 17, 2007 AND CONTINUE UNTIL NOVEMBER 28,
2007. THE DREDGE VESSEL, CHARLESTON, WILL BE STANDING-BY ON VHF-FM
CHANNELS 13 AND 16. DREDGE OPERATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 24
HOURS PER DAY, 7 DAYS PER WEEK UNTIL NOVEMBER 28, 2007. TRAFFIC
SHOULD CALL 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO EXPECTED TIME OF PASSAGE. ALL
MARINERS TRANSITING THROUGH THE AREA ARE TO PROCEED WITH EXTREME
CAUTION AND OBEY ALL SAFE NAVIGATION RULES.
2. CANX AT TIME//261600Z OCT 07//
BT
NNNN
Notice posted on Friday, October 12, 2007

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