Lower Mississippi: Amendment – DREDGING OPERATIONS – Mississippi River – Deep Draft Crossings

AMENDMENT: DREDGING OPERATIONS Mississippi River Deep Draft Crossings

Notice Number: 20328/MVN 22-62
Date: 05/28/2022 00:00 thru 09/30/2022 00:00 CDT

Reference Navigation Bulletin No. 22-60, dated 19 May 2022, stating that beginning on approximately 23 May 2022 and continuing until approximately 30 September 2022, the U.S. Government Dustpan Dredge JADWIN will be working at the Mississippi River Deep Draft Crossings between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana.

MARINERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE DREDGING OPERATIONS WILL BE DELAYED, AND WILL NOW COMMENCE ON APPROXIMATELY 28 MAY 2022 AND CONTINUE UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 30 SEPTEMBER 2022.

The first dredging location will be at Belmont Crossing, at approximate mile 154.0 Above Head of Passes (AHP) of the Mississippi River.

The dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will give way to vessels using the waterway. The dredge can be contacted on either VHF channel 16 or 67 for sailing instructions.

Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

//signed//

 

Wesley M. Sisung, for:
MICHELLE C. DAIGLE
Chief, Technical Support Branch
Operations Division

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DREDGING OPERATIONS - Mississippi River - Deep Draft Crossings

Notice Number: 20306/MVN 22-60
Date: 05/23/2022 00:00 thru 09/30/2022 00:00 CDT

Beginning on approximately 23 May 2022 and continuing until approximately 30 September 2022, the U.S. Government Dustpan Dredge JADWIN will be working at the Mississippi River Deep Draft Crossings between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana.

The first dredging location will be at Belmont Crossing, at approximate mile 154.0 Above Head of Passes (AHP) of the Mississippi River.

The dredge will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will give way to vessels using the waterway. The dredge can be contacted on either VHF channel 16 or 67 for sailing instructions.

Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.

//signed//

 

MICHELLE C. DAIGLE
Chief, Technical Support Branch
Operations Division