|POST-STORM PORT CONDITION CHANGES
Mobile/Pensacola/Panama City & GICWW, United States
|Monday, October 9, 2017, Brazil|
|Daylight Saving will come into effect in Brazil from 00:00 hours on Sunday (15 October) and remain until 00:00 hours on 18th February 2018.
Clocks will be advanced in one hour, turning our local time GMT minus two (-2) during this period.
Daylight saving time will be in effect for the following Brazilian States:
For information about operations in Brazil contact GAC Brazil at email@example.com
|Post-storm port condition changes|
|Monday, October 9, 2017, Mobile/Pensacola/Panama City & GICWW, United States|
|The Captain of the Port (COTP) Mobile has returned the Port of Panama City to Port Condition NORMAL on October 8, 20 17. This area is open to all marine traffic.
The Captain of the Port (COTP) Mobile has returned the Gulf lntracoastal Waterway from GICWW east of MM 207 (Navarre Bridge) to Port Status NORMAL on October 8, 2017. This area is open to all marine traffic.
The Captain of the Port (COTP) Mobile has returned the Black Warrior I Tombigbee I Mobile River to Port Status NORMAL from the Arlington Channel, North. The Port of Mobile South of the Arlington Ship Channel remains in ZULU.
The COTP will order hurricane port conditions in accordance with Sector Mobile’s Maritime Severe Weather Contingency Port Plan. The plan is available at http://homeport.uscg.mil/
Current port and waterway status: Effective 1800, 08 October, 2017:
Current information may be obtained from the COTP Mobile Voice Mail Announcement system at (25 1 )-44 1-5080.
(For information about operations in the United States contact GAC USA at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Source: U.S. Coast Guard, Sector Mobile, Martine Safety Information Bulletin 19-17