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Subject:Port of San Francisco / Pinole Shoal Channel new draft 35.0 FT & Latest Tide Tables for 2019
Date:Monday, March 04, 2019
Priority:Normal
Attachments:
2019_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_APR_35.0.pdf    
2019_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_JUL_35.0.pdf    
2019_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_JUN_35.0.pdf    
2019_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_MAR_35.0.pdf    
2019_PINOLE POINT TIDE TABLES_MAY_35.0.pdf    
Notice:

Please take note of new Pinole Shoal draft now being 35.0 FT BW. Updated Tide Tables are attached.

Best Regards,

 

John Darring - Operations Manager

As Agents Only

Moran Shipping Agencies

1320 Arnold Drive, Suite 256

Martinez, CA  94553

Tel: 925-370-7246 (24 hours) Fax: 925-370-7260  Mbl: 925-457-4061 

From: Operations Office [mailto:operations@sfbarpilots.com]
Subject: Pinole Shoal Channel

Pinole Shoal Channel depth has been reduced 0.1’ to 35.0’@MLLW based on Army Corps of Engineers survey 2/19.

 

 

Best regards,

Operations Pilot

San Francisco Bar Pilots

Owners, operators or vessel masters requiring underkeel clearances (UKCs) or other operating parameters more stringent than those provided in the Operations Guidelines should inform the Operations Pilot at the earliest opportunity.  The San Francisco Bar Pilots will utilize any requested minimum UKC that is greater than the minimums stated in the Guidelines.  The Operations Guidelines, including those referring UKCs, are for planning purposes only, and are not a warranty of safe passage.  Conditions beyond the control of the Operations Pilot may result in limitations more stringent than those assumed in the Operations Guidelines, or may allow the pilot who is assigned to move a vessel to deviate from the Guideline minimums.  Vessel owners, operators and masters are reminded that the Guideline for final approaches to or at berths is any UKC that allows a vessel to remain constantly afloat. 

Notice posted on Monday, March 04, 2019

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