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sierra

RO# 28541

Posted - May 05 2017 :  13:40:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
From the first May, 2017 LNM. Sounds familiar.

Worsening shoaling conditions have been reported at the entrance to Moriches Inlet. It is considered unsafe for mariners to attempt to navigate this inlet at any time. Buoys are no longer maintained in this inlet. Shoaling has also been reported in Moriches Bay along the Long Island Intracoastal Waterway in the vicinity of Moriches Bay Buoys 17,18, 21, 26, 27, 28 and 29 extending the entire width of the channel at any tide level. The area from Buoy 17 to 21 is navigable only at high tide. The most severe area of shoaling can be found between buoys 26 and 27 and is less than 3 ft. Shoaling is also reported in the vicinity of Moriches Inlet East Cut Buoys 3E and 5E. Mariners should be aware that the Aids to Navigation in these areas have been deemed unreliable due to shoaling and mariners are advised to seek alternate routes.

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CurrentSea

RO# 10265



Posted - May 05 2017 :  15:32:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Friend went thru last weekend, was not high tide. 32' searay, he said it was tight.
After a few big boys hit it, it will be better.



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JVM225

RO# 28365

Posted - May 05 2017 :  18:18:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Brought my boat around from Westbrook Ct. to Lindenhurst last weekend and although cutting in to Plum Gut and taking the inside route back would have been shorter by a lot, I took the sound to the city, then the ocean back so I could avoid all the bays and worries about shoaling. Probably added 25 miles to the trip, but well worth the peace of mind.

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Robski97

RO# 7334

Posted - May 21 2017 :  19:28:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Went out to riverhead this am on a buddys boat. Seatow said Moriches is impassable for anything but I/o boats. 3 ' at dead hightide. We went ocean.

Rob



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littlebookworm

RO# 27413

Posted - May 22 2017 :  00:06:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As much as we loved boating on Moriches Bay, I'm glad we're now on the Sound, in New Rochelle; no shoaling, only rocks! Hy


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - May 22 2017 :  16:42:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hmm, we have reservations at Westhampton Town Marina for 4 inboard boats in approx 4 weeks. How the heck are we supposed to get there?

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JVM225

RO# 28365

Posted - May 22 2017 :  20:06:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Glad I took the scenic route through the City home from Ct. a few weeks back.
The more I read about these things, the more I wish my slip was on the North Shore.


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Edited by - JVM225 on May 22 2017 20:07:52

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Robski97

RO# 7334

Posted - May 23 2017 :  08:36:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Maybe some big boats dredge a path .... There is a natural channel to the north but the CG refuses to move the buoys to mark it ...

Rob


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Doral 310

RO# 13068

Posted - May 24 2017 :  09:57:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You better check on those west hampton reservations, went by the other day and the whole marina is under construction.
I would be very surprised if they will be open in 4 weeks. But if you can't get there, then not an issue.



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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - May 24 2017 :  20:20:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I heard they were doing construction. I will reach out to them and find out. Thanks.

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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - May 24 2017 :  20:21:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is one weird season. It's like the boating season just won't start. Or is it just me?

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littlebookworm

RO# 27413

Posted - May 24 2017 :  21:39:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Rain expected for most of the weekend, beginning tonight. Why? The showers were supposed to me in April, not the end of May. I want to finish cleaning the cabin and go boating. Somebody sacrifice to the rain gods, please, so they'll leave us alone. Hy


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BillyK

RO# 24466



Posted - May 25 2017 :  07:50:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

It seems like the last couple of years we have had later springs and longer falls. This rainy weather has been since March. It sucks.

Billy K.



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JoLin

RO# 31399

Posted - May 25 2017 :  08:57:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dani-Lu

This is one weird season. It's like the boating season just won't start. Or is it just me?



Nope, not just you. Been saying the same to myself for a few weeks. All my friends are running late this year, too. I'm finally launching next Wednesday, but leaving some stuff unfinished that I'll have to address post-launch. It's been a sucky, sucky spring.


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - May 31 2017 :  17:55:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Spoke to Frank at Westhampton. He says they will be ready for July 4th, but the grass area won't be open due to planting.

BUT, he thinks it is only 3' at high tide near buoy 26. If this 3' depth is correct, we will cancel. Gonna check with sea tow.


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Edited by - Dani-Lu on May 31 2017 17:55:55

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CurrentSea

RO# 10265



Posted - Jun 01 2017 :  12:22:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
That sucks
We are heading east in August.
Gonna have to pick the day and take the ocean.


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sierra

RO# 28541

Posted - Jun 02 2017 :  12:14:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Spoke with Sea Tow Moriches last weekend. He's seeing a sandbar across the channel at some lower tides. Says CG may be removing channel markers.


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - Jun 07 2017 :  17:40:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Spoke to Les, at Seatow - great guy!

Unfortunately, this year buoys 26 and 27 only have 3' of water at high tide, making it impassable for most inboard, pod and many larger stern drive boats. He has been trying very hard to get this resolved, but unsuccessful to date. Congressman Lee Zeldin is also trying to help, but to date there is no approved plan to resolve this issue. I think letter to Mr. Zeldin wouldn't hurt. Lost rev for westhampton stores, restaurants, every weekend of summer. This will impact Bath & Tennis too.

There is a second option that allows boaters to bypass buoys 26 and 27, which Les says still has enough water to pass thru at high tide. However, there are no buoys showing the way. This is the route that was marked in I think 2014, that all boaters safely used that year. Les says, if I still have the route or tracks in my GPS, I can try to follow them slowly and carefully. Unfortunately Les has also been unsuccessful in getting this alternate route marked for boaters.

Lastly, there is a third option, but Les, will need to have a Seatow boat available to escort us via the north/south route and there are no guarantees a boat will be available, especially on a busy holiday weekend.

Of course there is always a 4th option, which I think would be crazy. Go outside and come in the Shinnecock Inlet and head west. Easy run, but a ton of 5mph zones. I guess if it's your first time that way, you can gauk at all the beautiful homes on the way to Westhampton.

Even when we run further east, inside is always the backup plan if ocean is not good.

Net-net - this sucks!!


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CurrentSea

RO# 10265



Posted - Jun 07 2017 :  17:55:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Is the 2014 route the one that run up towards the inlet and then back North?
I have that one marked I think.

Definitely sucks - boaters pay alot and get no respect.


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ronp

RO# 23477



Posted - Jun 07 2017 :  20:04:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I believe 26 and 27 are east of where the east channel from the inlet brings you, so that would not help. I think what is being discussed is leaving the E-W channel and veering NE past the CG station.

But when that was used a few years back, I think it was marked.

I can clear 3', but it's going to mean I have a very short window to get through there.


Thanks,
Ron

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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - Jun 07 2017 :  23:59:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ronp

I believe 26 and 27 are east of where the east channel from the inlet brings you, so that would not help. I think what is being discussed is leaving the E-W channel and veering NE past the CG station.

But when that was used a few years back, I think it was marked.

I can clear 3', but it's going to mean I have a very short window to get through there.



Correct. I can't remember the exact buoys, but I believe you head northeast from buoy 24 and then southeast to buoy 28, bypassing the skinny water at buoys 26 and 27. It was like making an upside down V out of the channel and then back to the channel. Supposedly the channel is still there and deep at high tide, but they removed the markers. If you have the track in your GPS, you would just follow it exactly. I don't remember what year this alternate channel was marked.


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - Jun 08 2017 :  00:07:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is what the NE/SE cut kinda looked like: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s84/sh/20032e9a-13cc-41db-9dea-2b36356ce064/c8a54e5fe79369e3940942daaaddb9de

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JVM225

RO# 28365

Posted - Jun 08 2017 :  19:45:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Figures. Was looking forward to a trip out that way this year with my new boat. Not worth the risk or hassle though. Looks like any trips we plan will be heading west and either up the Hudson or in the Long Island Sound. Both are beautiful by boat and plenty deep. Or maybe even try something in Jersey. Although I think a lot of places there are really shallow too.
Heading west is a really easy trip and not having to constantly worry about depth is nice.
Between Moriches being basically impassable, the buoys off of Lindenhurst being off station, Amityville cut being shallow on the north end, and the entrance to Zack's Bay seemingly narrower than ever, it's getting to be a real pain.
Honestly, if I didn't own the property where I dock my boat I think I'd abandon the sand box and seriously consider keeping it on the North Shore.


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Edited by - JVM225 on Jun 08 2017 19:49:38

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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jun 27 2017 :  05:43:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is a posting from the Waterway Guide. I make an annual trip to Maine from Copiague and draw 4.5 feet. I've passed through here for many, many years at peak high tide without a problem. I guess this year it's either the ocean or head west ????


NY: Long Island, Moriches Bay, shoaling - UPDATE
Date Reported: Jun 22, 2017
Reporter: Ted Stehle
Source: CG 1st District LNM 01252017
Description:
6/22/17: NY-SHINNECOCK BAY TO EAST ROCKAWAY INLET (Chart 12352)-MORICHES BAY
Severe shoaling conditions continue to impact navigation at the entrance to Moriches Inlet and Moriches Bay. It is considered unsafe for mariners to attempt to navigate Moriches Inlet at any time, and buoys are no longer maintained in the inlet. Severe shoaling is also present in Moriches Bay along the Long Island Intracoastal Waterway in the vicinity of Moriches Bay Buoys 17, 18, 21, 26, 27, 28 and 29 extending the entire width of the channel at nearly all tide levels. The area from Buoy 17 to 21 is navigable only at high tide. The most severe area of shoaling can be found between buoys 26 and 27 and is less than 3 ft. Shoaling is also reported in the vicinity of Moriches Inlet East Cut Buoys 3E and 5E.
Mariners should be aware that the Aids to Navigation in these areas are unreliable due to shoaling and mariners are strongly advised to seek alternate routes.
Because of the severe conditions in Moriches Bay the U.S. Coast Guard is considering making the following change to Aids to Navigation:
DISCONTINUE the following aids:
Moriches Bay Buoy 17 (LLNR 30300)
Moriches Bay Buoy 17A (LLNR 30303)
Moriches Bay Lighted Buoy 18 (LLNR 30305)
Moriches Bay Buoy 20 (LLNR 30320)
Moriches Bay Buoy 21 (LLNR 30315)
ESTABLISH the following aids, each aid will be white and orange with an orange diamond and marked "DANGER SEVERE SHOALING AHEAD" and located to the east and west of the most severe shoaling in the vicinity of buoys 17 to 21;
Moriches Bay West Warning Buoy in approximate position 40-46-37N 072-46-22W
Moriches Bay East Warning Buoy in approximate position 40-46-37N 072-46-22W
Interested Mariners are strongly encouraged to comment on this proposal in writing, either personally or through their organization. All comments will be carefully considered and are requested prior to 18 August 2017 to complete the process. In order to most effectively consider your feedback and improve the data collection, when responding to this proposal, please include size and type of vessel, recreational or commercial, and distance from aid that you start looking for it, and if and how you use the signal. Please do not call the Coast Guard via
telephone or other means, only written responses to this proposal will be accepted. Refer to Project No. 01-17-054. E-mail can be sent to:
D01-SMB-DPWPublicCommentsrb2rb2@gr5tgr5tuscg.mil .

9/29/16: Shoaling has been reported in Moriches Bay along the Long Island Intercostal Waterway in the vicinity of Moriches Bay Buoy 17,18, 21, 26, 27, 28 and 29 extending the entire width of the channel and at any tide level. The most severe area of shoaling can be found between buoys 26 and 27 and is less than 3 ft. Shoaling is also reported in Moriches Inlet in the vicinity of Moriches Inlet East Cut Buoys 3E and 5E. Mariners should be aware that the Aids to Navigation in these areas have been deemed unreliable due to shoaling and mariners are advised to seek alternate routes. If transiting these areas, do so only at high tide and
proceed slowly and with extreme caution.




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walterv

RO# 12640



Posted - Jun 27 2017 :  19:29:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ocean trip is boring, but no big deal to do such.

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CurrentSea

RO# 10265



Posted - Jun 28 2017 :  09:07:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anyone been out fire island inlet?
I heard it also has some shoaling issues.



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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jun 28 2017 :  09:17:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Fire Island inlet is no picnic. While passable wind and current can make it treacherous.
Closing Moriches Bay to transient boaters is a marine safety issue forcing us to use the ocean when conditions are not ideal.



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JohnC

RO# 204

Posted - Jun 28 2017 :  22:33:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Went out Fire Island inlet Sunday morning on a friend's boat to fish. Ocean conditions were rough and the inlet was sloppy but we got through with no problems. Tide was fairly low and my friend said the shallowest he saw was about 9'.


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mintregila

RO# 13060

Posted - Jun 29 2017 :  06:33:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Do a search as I recently saw something from sea tow about where the shoaling is in FI inlet.

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signature27

RO# 31597

Posted - Jun 29 2017 :  12:03:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have not confirmed this yet, however this is what i hear from people in that area..
To head east you now need to turn south at G15 heading to inlet, follow markers around inlet keeping "inlet cut" markers to your north when passing 3E & 5E, then when you get to R24 you head straight towards Remsenburg marine this is the old "north pass" that gets you around 25-28. once your back in "safe water" head to R30.
if anyone makes the trip please post track & depth as well as tide info..


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ronp

RO# 23477



Posted - Jun 29 2017 :  21:08:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by signature27

I have not confirmed this yet, however this is what i hear from people in that area..
To head east you now need to turn south at G15 heading to inlet, follow markers around inlet keeping "inlet cut" markers to your north when passing 3E & 5E, then when you get to R24 you head straight towards Remsenburg marine this is the old "north pass" that gets you around 25-28. once your back in "safe water" head to R30.
if anyone makes the trip please post track & depth as well as tide info..



I got similar input. 2 friends have made it through by going down toward the inlet to past 17-20 and then in closer to shore to get by 26-27.

I was told that they went through at high tide and they churned up but didn't hit. One of these boats drafts about 3 and the other probably a bit over 4.

Your info was more specific than mine as to exactly how to do it though.


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Ron

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kwmeyer13

RO# 32698

Posted - Jul 01 2017 :  12:27:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Considering trying to pass east through Moriches Bay tomorrow 7/2 just before high tide. I marked a course that takes me North East just past marker 24 on my plotter and then once into deeper water south east to marker 30. I draw just about 3 feet. I have navionic charts and made the course up based on the contour lines. I know this is a gamble and the contours are constantly changing. From the earlier posts here it sounds as if this is the older channel. I can not figure out how to post the picture of it. Any thoughts, comments, or suggestions?


Edited by - kwmeyer13 on Jul 01 2017 12:51:42

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sierra

RO# 28541

Posted - Jul 01 2017 :  15:10:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You're right - it is a gamble, plain and simple. I would have a conversation with Sea Tow Moriches before taking it on. He'd much rather give you guidance than pull you off a shoal.


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kwmeyer13

RO# 32698

Posted - Jul 01 2017 :  17:11:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Spoke with Sea Tow and they said that it's best to run south around the island from green 15 towards the inlet then back up with greens on the port side. Then angle north east half way between red 24 and 26 aiming right of Havens Point. There is one shallow section (about 3 feet). Then it drops off, from there head towards red 30. Easy Peasey, right? Hope the ocean cooperates tomorrow. Will report back in with results.


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mintregila

RO# 13060

Posted - Jul 02 2017 :  07:25:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ocean is flat this morning. Should be the best option.

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kwmeyer13

RO# 32698

Posted - Jul 02 2017 :  07:34:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Looking at the ocean reports now. Think that's the way I am going.Works better for me time wise as well. Looks like I will have to try much luck through Moriches another day. Mintregila where did you get your ocean report from? A web site or first hand?


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kwmeyer13

RO# 32698

Posted - Jul 02 2017 :  13:26:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Chickened out and am running outside. Started with 2 to 3 foot rollers 6 to 7 seconds apart. Now off Moriches with basically the same conditions. Turning out to be a very nice ride. Happy 4th to everyone.


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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 15 2017 :  15:06:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I understand it's possible to leave the east west channel and head NE towards Havens Point. At high tide there is enough water for a 5' draft to pass. Once in deeper water towards Havens Pt then head directly SE towards buoy 30. Unfortunately this route is not marked and requires local knowledge - SeaTow or Towboat. Has anyone tried this ?


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - Jul 16 2017 :  22:25:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I dollowed Sea Tow through this unmarked channel, saved the track and followed the track heading home. No problems.

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jeff_c

RO# 25917



Posted - Jul 16 2017 :  22:48:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dani-Lu

I dollowed Sea Tow through this unmarked channel, saved the track and followed the track heading home. No problems.



I don't suppose you can share a picture of this new track...I heading through on Saturday morning unless the ocean is doable.


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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 16 2017 :  23:26:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dani-Lu what do you draw ?


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Dani-Lu

RO# 19601



Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  00:04:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I draw 40". Jeff, I don't know how to attach a pic, but I can email it. Also, I have the track in Garmin Blue Chart that I can email as well.

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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  05:55:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dani-Lu,
Could you email it to me also ? Art.dulikrb2rb2@gr5tgr5tgmail.com. Thanks



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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  06:03:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Don't know what happened to my email address but here is the correct one art.dulikrb2rb2@gr5tgr5tgmail.com


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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  06:04:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Something is screwy. I typed in proper address but it comes up goblygook


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ronp

RO# 23477



Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  10:42:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Type it as "name at xyz.com". The forum software reacts to the at sign to prevent spam or something.

Thanks,
Ron

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CurrentSea

RO# 10265



Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  14:00:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Email me as well, daverichter at hotmail dot com

We are going thru 7/28
I have garmin blue chart, perhaps I can import it?

Thanks.


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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  16:21:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good to know art.dulik at gmail.com


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adulik

RO# 30334

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  16:27:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Current Sea, we are heading east on the 29th on our way to Maine. I draw 4.5 feet. I've always preferred staying in sore instead of going out FI inlet. Tow boat has indicated they could lead me through the northern approach if they have a boat available at high tide. Right now I'm planning on an ocean run, but that depends upon conditions. Please post your experience on the 28th. I also use Garmin Blue Chart.


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kwmeyer13

RO# 32698

Posted - Jul 20 2017 :  21:18:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
adulik,
I have been in and out of F.I. inlet several times in the past few weeks and it's a bunt. Just stay between the buoys and you will have no problem what so ever even with a 4.5 draft and then you can just bang a right into Shinnecock, up through the lock and split the fork towards Massachusetts or round Montauk Point.
Good Luck whichever way you go,
Kevin



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Bang a right into Shinnecock? I think you mean left.

If you are heading to Maine, I would just stay ocean and go around Montauk and beeline unless you need fuel, then I would come in at Montauk to fuel up! If ocean is good, keep going!







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