AMENDMENT – Navigation Notice 205682-2, MVN 24-37 DREDGING OPERATIONS Mississippi River and Southwest Pass

Notice Number: 205682-3/MVN 23-111 / 24-01 / 24-16 / 24-37 / 24-46 Date: 09/01/2023 05:00 thru 04/08/2024 04:45 Reference Navigation Bulletin No. 24-37, dated 4 March 2024, stating that the dredging operations by the U.S. Government Contract Cutterhead Dredge ALASKA in Southwest Pass from Head of Passes (mile 0) to approximately mile 19.5 Below Head…

Read More

Captain of the Port New Orleans Navigation Outlook

Auto Subscribe to COTP New Orleans Navigation Information here: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDHSCG/subscriber/new?topic_id=USDHSCG_105 Subscribers should enter their preferred email and submit.   **Active Marine Safety Information Bulletins (click here)** Habor Safety Committee Industry Day, May 10th at the Four Seasons Hotel (Free Registration!)     WATERWAY CLOSURES & TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS   *Table includes latest changes to published MSIB*   Location Date…

Read More

USCG: Dredging Operations (Bella Rose LMR RDB MM 102.6 AHP)

Mariners are advised beginning March 19, 2024, and continuing until approximately March 28, 2024, Beverly Industries, LLC will be operating along the Lower Mississippi River on the Right Descending Bank at approximate mile marker (MM) 102.6 AHP. The dredge Bella Rose is on scene and monitoring VHF-FM channels 67 and 71. The dredge is working…

Read More

USCG: Lower Mississippi River (Wheeler Dredge Operations)

Mariners are advised that currently ongoing and continuing until approximately 1 April 2024, the U.S. Government Hopper Dredge Wheeler will be working the Southwest Pass from Head of Passes (mile 0) to approximately mile 22 below head of passes (BHP), and in the Mississippi River from Head of Passes to approximately mile marker (MM) 13…

Read More

Mississippi River and Southwest Pass

Please see the attached file for your information. Additionally, the bulletin’s contents are shown below. NAVIGATION BULLETIN NO. 24-42, 12 MARCH 2024, MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND SOUTHWEST PASS Beginning on or about 12 March 2024 and continuing through approximately 1 April 2024, the U.S. Government Hopper Dredge WHEELER will be working in Southwest Pass from Head…

Read More

Captain of the Port New Orleans Navigation Outlook

Auto Subscribe to COTP New Orleans Navigation Information here: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDHSCG/subscriber/new?topic_id=USDHSCG_105 Subscribers should enter their preferred email and submit.  **Active Marine Safety Information Bulletins (click here)** Habor Safety Committee Industry Day, May 10th at the Four Seasons Hotel (Free Registration!)   WATERWAY CLOSURES & TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS   *Table includes latest changes to published MSIB*   Location Date Time Closure…

Read More

Captain of the Port New Orleans Navigation Outlook

Auto Subscribe to COTP New Orleans Navigation Information here: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDHSCG/subscriber/new?topic_id=USDHSCG_105 Subscribers should enter their preferred email and submit. **Active Marine Safety Information Bulletins (click here)** Habor Safety Committee Industry Day, May 10th at the Four Seasons Hotel (Free Registration!)   WATERWAY CLOSURES & TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS   *Table includes latest changes to published MSIB*   Location Date Time Closure…

Read More

LMR Maintenance Dredging: RDB MM 84.5

Mariners are advised that currently ongoing and continuing until aprox. March 14, 2024, maintenance dredging I, LLC will be operating along the Lower Mississippi River on the Right Descending Bank at approx. mile marker (MM) 84.5 AHP at the most Northern portion of Lower 9 Mile Anchorage. The dredge Papa Joe, M/V Mary Amanda, and…

Read More

Atchafalaya River Mile 134.0 to 146.0 (Update)

Notice Number: 24-35 Reference Navigation Bulletin No. 23-142, dated 20 November 2023, stating that the U.S. Government Contract Cutterhead Dredge TEXAS will be working in the Crewboat Cut between Mile 134.0 and Mile 146.0 of the Atchafalaya River until approximately 28 February 2024. MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE DREDGING OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH APPROXIMATELY…

Read More