|NEW PILOTAGE DUES
|POST-HARVEY RESTRICTIONS SUMMARY
Houston, United States
|PORT CONDITION X-RAY SET, YANKEE AND ZULU EXPECTED LATER TODAY
Port Everglades, United States
|SAFETY ZONE ESTABLISHED FOR PARTIALLY SUNKEN VESSEL
Intracoastal Waterway, United States
|New pilotage dues|
|Friday, September 8, 2017, Novorossiysk, Russia|
|New pilotage dues and rates have been put into effect by Rosmorport Pilots at Novorossiysk port since 4 September 2017.
Further, new pilot dues and rates will be applied by Novomorservice Pilots at the port from 18 September.
For details of the new rates and information about operations in Russia contact GAC Russia at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Post-Harvey restrictions summary|
|Friday, September 8, 2017, Houston, United States|
|The weather forecast for the Houston area looks good. Hurricane Katia is not expected to affect the Texas coast. Hurricane Irma is still expected to make landfall in Florida this weekend and Hurricane Jose is still expected to stay out in the Atlantic.
VTS Houston has provided the following summary of restrictions in effect after the passage of Hurricane Harvey:
For information about operations in the United States, contact GAC USA at email@example.com
|Port Condition X-Ray set, Yankee and Zulu expected later today|
|Friday, September 8, 2017, Port Everglades, United States|
|Hurricane Port Condition X-RAY has been set for Hurricane Irma as of noon on September 7, with the expected onset of gale force winds (39 – 54 mph) within 48 hours.
Given the current storm track, the USCG Captain of the Port projects setting of the following conditions at the times noted below.:
Preparations to be addressed at this time and completed for Port Condition X-RAY are:
The above times/dates are subject to change. The official Marine Safety Information Bulletin (MSIB) can be found:
(For information about operations in the United States, contact GAC USA at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Source: Port Everglades
|Safety Zone established for partially sunken vessel|
|Friday, September 8, 2017, Intracoastal Waterway, United States|
|The Captain of the Port (COTP), Port Arthur established a safety zone for the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) between Mile Mark 244 and 246 in Calcasieu Parish, LA effective at 6 p.m. on September 05, 2017 to protect mariners and the environment from hazards posed by the partially sunken tow vessel SAVAGE INGENUITY. The SAVAGE INGENUITY has been stabilized and the COTP is permitting one-way traffic with restrictions.
Traffic will be managed by Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) onboard the ALFRED P. CENAC on VHF-FM channel 13.
The following restrictions are in effect:
Salvage operations are estimated to begin sometime 8 September, possible as early as 0700. Once salvage operations begin, traffic movement will be secured until such a time that it is deemed safe to resume.
Questions should be directed to the ALFRED P. CENAC on channel 13 VHF-FM.
(For information about operations in the United States contact GAC USA at email@example.com)
Source: U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur Texas, Marine Safety Information Bulletin 21-17 (LC) dated 7 September 2017