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Subject:SAN FRANCISCO - PINOLE SHOAL TIDE TABLES FOR UPCOMING MONTHS - NOV/DEC 2018 & JAN/FEB/MAR 2019 - DRAFT REMAINS 35.1 FT BW
Date:Sunday, October 28, 2018
Priority:Normal
Attachments:
2018_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_35.1 FT_DEC.pdf    
2018_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_35.1 FT_NOV.pdf    
Tide Table for 2019_PINOLE FEB.pdf    
Tide Table for 2019_PINOLE JAN.pdf    
Tide Table for 2019_PINOLE MAR.pdf    
Notice:
Pls note draft remains 35.1 FT @ Pinole Shoal and have now added first 3 months of 2019.


Pls find attached tide tables for Pinole Shoals for upcoming months of Nov/Dec 2018 & Jan/Feb/Mar 2019 with established draft 35.1 Ft BW.

Please note depth of Pinole Shoal is 35.1' BW.  Due to the 3'UKC restriction max allowable draft is 32.1' BW +/- tide.

The following charts are for Pinole Shoals only.  We will also update the charts accordingly as the depth of the Shoals changes.

Please note that the tide charts we put together are for reference and should always be confirmed with pilots/us prior to loading a vessel en route for SFO to ensure that no delays are incurred due to draft issues.

* PLEASE NOTE: SFO PILOTS UKC REQUIREMENT FOR TRANSIT CROSS PINOLE IS 3'UKC. THIS MAY DIFFER FROM SOME COMPANIES MINUMUM UKC REQUIREMENT. IF YOU NEED TO WAIVE UKC REQUIREMENT PLEASE GET IT PRIOR TO ARRIVAL SFO.



Best Regards,

John Darring - Operations Manager

Moran Pacific Shipping Agencies, Inc.
1320 Arnold Drive, Suite 256
Martinez, CA  94553
Tel: 925-370-7246 (24 hours) Fax: 925-370-7260  Mbl: 925-457-4061 



Notice posted on Sunday, October 28, 2018

Disclaimer
For quality assurance purposes please note well that while the above information is regularly vetted for accuracy it is not intended to replace the local knowledge or expertise pertaining to port conditions of our marine operations personnel. Port précis should always be verified by contacting the corresponding marine department of a particular location for the most up-to-date information.