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SubjectDatePriority
Mississippi River - Bar Pilots - Transit Restrictions for Vessels with a draft over 46 feet07/31/2020 High
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Friday July 31, 2020 07/31/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Thursday July 30, 2020 07/30/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Wednesday July 29, 2020 07/29/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Tuesday July 28, 2020 07/28/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Monday July 27, 2020 07/27/2020 Normal
Mississippi River - VTS Measure - Mile 177 - Mile 17907/24/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Friday July 24, 2020 07/24/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Thursday July 23, 2020 07/23/2020 Normal
Mississippi River - Tropical Update - 7/23/2020 7 AM CDT07/23/2020 Normal
Mississippi River - Tropical Update - 7/22/2020 2 PM CDT07/22/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Tropical Update - 7/22/2020 2 PM CDT07/22/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Wednesday July 22, 2020 07/22/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Tropical Update, NOAA NWS NOLA07/22/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Tropical Weather Update07/21/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Tuesday July 21, 2020 07/21/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Monday July 20, 2020 07/20/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Friday July 17, 2020 07/17/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Thursday July 16, 2020 07/16/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Wednesday July 15, 2020 07/15/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Tuesday July 14, 2020 07/14/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Monday July 13, 2020 07/13/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Friday July 10, 2020 07/10/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Thursday July 09, 2020 07/09/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Wednesday July 08, 2020 07/08/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Tuesday July 07, 2020 07/07/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Monday July 06, 2020 07/06/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Crescent Pilots - Draft Increase07/05/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Thursday July 02, 2020 07/02/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Bar Pilots Draft Increase07/01/2020 Normal
Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Wednesday July 01, 2020 07/01/2020 Normal

 Daily Port Update

Subject:Mississippi River Currents Daily Report for Tuesday July 28, 2020
Date:Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Priority:Normal
Notice:
Mississippi River Currents - 09/09/19

Fm: Moran Shipping Agencies Nola

 

To: All Concerned

 

Good day,

 

Please find below Mississippi River daily report for July 28, 2020               

 

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A Daily Publication of the New Orleans Board of Trade<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:black"> 09:00 hrs. - 07/28/2020

New information<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020"> (Except for the Air Draft, River Stages, and Vessel Information)<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020"> is highlighted in Green<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

Coronavirus Quick Reference:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
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Coast Guard:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
MSIB 02-20:<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> Added Brazil to the list of countries with travel restrictions.

MSIB 11-20:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> Provided information concerning Maritime Personnel being considered Essential to the Economy and Well Being of the United States.

MSIB 09-20:<span-family:"Helvetica",sans-serif"> <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Provided guidance on Port State Control (PSC) Exams and COC Exams.

MSIB 06-20: Vessel Reporting Requirements for Illness or Death:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Illness of a person onboard a vessel that may adversely affect the safety of a vessel or port is a hazardous condition per 33 CFR 160.216and the owner, agent, master, operator, or person in charge must immediately notify the nearest Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP). It is critical to report persons who exhibit symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other illness to the COTP.  .Additionally, as required by42 CFR 71.21, the master of a ship destined for a U.S. port shall report immediately to the quarantine station at or nearest the port at which the ship will arrive, the occurrence, on board, of any death or any ill person among passengers or crew (including those who have disembarked or have been removed) during the 15-day period preceding the date of expected arrival or during the period since departure from a U.S. port (whichever period of time is shorter) .Guidance and forms to report deaths and illnesses to the CDC can be found at: https://go.usa.gov/xdjmj.  The CDC Houston Quarantine Station, which has jurisdiction over the Mississippi River can be reached at (281) 230-3874 (24 Hours).
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In addition to notifying Coast Guard and CDC, please also notify CBP, and all three pilot associations as well as our office.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
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<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">MSIB XX: Issue 035: Vessel Precautions:
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Provided information to all vessels concerning precautions to be taken prior to arrival.
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Pilot Associations:  Please note if the below procedures are not followed, pilotage services could be denied.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">The Bar Pilots Dispatchers are asking the following one hour prior to pilot boarding:  Does any  crew member have symptoms of Coronavirus including  a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater, cough, trouble breathing or body aches. Additionally have you complied with Captain of The Port, New Orleans, MSIB Volume XX issue:035, COVID-19 Vessel Precautions, Dated March 17, 2020?
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<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">In order to streamline the operational processes and provide periodic reinforcement of the best practices advocated by the USCG in MSIB Volume XX issue:035, COVID-19 Vessel Precautions, Dated March 17, 2020, the following procedures will be followed when ordering a pilot for shifting, berthing or sailing in all Pilot (BAR, CRPPA, NOBRA, Federal) navigational jurisdictions:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
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Step 1.<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> - Vessel agent shall contact ship’s Master to confirm the following:
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">1.) No crew member has symptoms of Coronavirus including: a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater,<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> trouble breathing;or<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> body aches;and<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">2.) The vessel has received, read, and will comply with Captain of The Port, New Orleans, MSIB Volume XX issue:035, COVID-19 Vessel Precautions, Dated March 17, 2020.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
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Step 2.<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> The agent copies (cc) the pilot dispatch on an email from the Agent to the Master confirming Master’s representation that:
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1.) No crew member has symptoms of Coronavirus including:
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a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater,<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> trouble breathing,or<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> body aches;and<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">2.) The vessel has received, read, and will comply with Captain of The Port, New Orleans, MSIB Volume XX issue:035, COVID-19 Vessel Precautions, Dated March 17, 20202.)

Step 3<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">. - Vessel agent contacts Pilot dispatch and orders a pilot.

Pilot Dispatch Email Addresses:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">BAR Dispatch – ops@barpilot.com
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">CRPPA Dispatch – dispatch@crescentpilots.com
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">NOBRA Dispatch – dispatch@nobrapilots.com
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Federal Pilots Dispatch – fedpilot@federalpilots.com

<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Nobra is requesting that agents and facilities reduce the detention time to a bare minimum. This will cut the time a pilot is onboard and in contact with crew members. This reduction in onboard time will lessen the chance of exposure to themselves and others.   It will also help Nobra supply industry with a rested pilot in a timely manner.  Nobra’s resources are stretched thin because of high river levels. During this emergency, it makes no sense for pilots to be sitting at a dock for multiple hours. It is just a waste of manpower.

<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">We are asking for everyone’s cooperation. If this cannot be done voluntarily, we will have to consider reducing the mandatory detention time.

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:125%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Mississippi River Condition Update:

The Controlling Draft for Deep Draft Vessels is 47 Feet.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
The Corps currently has four dredges working in the crossings.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

Bar Pilots<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
Recommended loading draft  for Southwest Pass is 47 feet.

<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Crescent Pilots:
Recommended loading draft for their area of the river is 47 feet.

<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">NOBRA Pilots
Current recommended loading draft is as follows: 47 feet from New Orleans to Mile 180; 45 feet from Mile 180 to Mile 234.
<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:red">Any vessel operating within the NOBRA route (i.e. MM 88 AHP through 234 AHP) identified as a High Interest Vessel ("HIV") by any federal authority, state authority<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:red"> <span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">and/or the Board of Examiners at a minimum, shall only operate under the following conditions:
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">A. Two pilots working simultaneously as a team; and
B. Daylight only operations<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Federal Pilots:
Draft recommendation for the Mississippi River is 45 feet.

The above draft recommendations were received this morning. As conditions can change, you should always check with the pilots prior to loading.

Lower Mississippi River Bridges Air-Draft Calculations: <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
The above clearances were calculated this morning using gauge readings provided by the Army Corps of Engineers. As a guide the pilots require at least an additional 3 feet of clearance for the Vessel's Air Draft.  The individual pilot assigned to the vessel will make the final determination of the vessel's allowable clearance.  Actual clearance should be verified when ordering pilot services.  

River conditions change continuously; therefore, actual conditions should be verified before utilizing this information.

NOAA PORTS INFORMATION<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
To Access the NOAA Ports System for the Lower Mississippi River, go to the following link: <span

U.S. Coast Guard Notices:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:red">VTS Measure - Smoke Bend Stone Laying Operations at 81-Mile Point, MM 177-179 RDB AHP LMR The Captain of the Port New Orleans is issuing a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) measure for the waters of the Lower Mississippi River from Mile Marker (MM) 177 Above Head of Passes (AHP) to MM 179 AHP.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">This measure is needed to protect persons and vessels from the potential safety hazards associated with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) stone-laying operations occurring along the right descending bank (RDB) near MM 178 (81-Mile Point). The stone-laying operations will be conducted daily from 6:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. local time Monday, July 27 through Wednesday, August 5, 2020, including the weekend. During stone laying, towing vessel KACEY LUHR and its barge will extend 150-300' channel-ward from the bank.  
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">This measure is in effect each day from July 27, 2020 through August 5, 2020, 6:00 A.M - 6:00 P.M, with the following provisions:
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">*       All vessels (except as described below) are prohibited from entering a zone extending from MM 177 to MM 179 AHP LMR from 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">*       Southbound ocean-going vessels less than 600 ft in length, and inland towing vessels with tows less than 600 ft length, may transit around 81-Mile Point after contacting New Orleans Traffic (VHF Channel 05A) and M/V KACEY LUHR (VHF Channel 67) to make passing arrangements.
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">*       All transits of 81 mile point will be limited to one-way traffic.
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">*       Northbound vessels may transit the area with no length restrictions with permission from New Orleans Traffic. If delays are necessary, northbound vessels should hold up at MM175 or below. 

CARROLLTON GAUGE BELOW 9 FEET AND FALLING<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">This Marine Safety Information Bulletin supersedes Volume XX, Issue 081 Carrollton Gauge at 8 Feet and Rising. 

As the Carrollton Gauge is below 9 feet and falling, the following measures will be in effect:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">1. In accordance with 33 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 161.65, the Governor Nicholls Harbor Traffic Control Light, Gretna Harbor Traffic Control Light 97, and the Westwego Traffic Light 102 have been de-energized. <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">The harbor traffic control lights are located at: Governor Nicholls Light, Mile Marker (MM) 94.3 Above Head of Passes (AHP), Left Descending Bank (LDB) (LLNR 13855/34770); Gretna Light, MM 96.6 AHP, Right Descending Bank (RDB) (LLNR 13880/34795); and the Westwego Traffic Light, MM 101.4 AHP, RDB (LLNR13950).<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

2. The Governor Nicholls Navigation Light 94 and the Gretna Navigation Light 97 are operating properly.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

The following measures will no longer be in effect:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">1. 33 CFR 165.810 (b)(2) regulations describing high-water requirements for all vessels operating in the Lower Mississippi River below mile 233.9 AHP including South Pass and Southwest Pass.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">2. The Algiers Point Vessel Traffic Control lights are energized and vessel traffic is being regulated in the vicinity of Algiers Point. The Vessel Traffic Control lights are located at Governor Nicholls Light, MM 94.4 AHP, LBD (LLNR 13630/33185), Gretna Light, MM 97.6 AHP, RDB (LLNR 3655/33210), and the Westwego Repeater Light, MM 101.4 AHP, RDB (LLNR 13715). <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">3. In accordance with 33 CFR 160.111 (c ), the COTP has determined that during periods of high water, unless moored to a shore side facility or mooring buoys, all deep draft vessels must have three means to hold position.  An example would be two fully operational anchors and the propulsion system in standby. Should a vessel lose an anchor or become inoperable with no redundant capabilities available, such as aft anchors or two main engines, a third means of holding position could be via tug assist.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">4. All cargo transfers authorized in designated anchorages as noted in 33 CFR 110.195, as well as mid-stream cargo transfers, are required to submit for review a Notice of Midstream Transfer 48-hours prior to commencing transfer operations within the Captain of the Port New Orleans (COTP) zone.<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

Mississippi River Stage Projection - Based of 2 Days of Forecast Rainfall- <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
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<span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">Mississippi River - NOLA Projection-  Based off 16 Days of Forecast Rainfall (Experimental)-

Weather Information<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">
15-Day Weather Forecast:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

New Orleans area 15-Day Forecast: http://www.accuweather.com/us/la/new-orleans/70112/forecast-15day.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&zipchg=1&metric=0<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Helvetica",sans-serif;color:#202020"> <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Helvetica",sans-serif;color:#202020">  Baton Rouge area 15-Day Forecast: http://www.accuweather.com/us/la/baton-rouge/70801/forecast-15day.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&zipchg=1&metric=0   Tropical Weather:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">   <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">Tropical Weather Outlook <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">800 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2020 <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">  <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">  <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">1. An elongated area of low pressure located about 500 miles east of <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">the Windward Islands is producing a wide area of showers and <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">thunderstorms. Although recent satellite imagery suggests that the <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">system does not yet have a well-defined center, data from NOAA buoy <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">41040 indicate that the system is producing winds near <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">tropical-storm-force. An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">is scheduled to investigate the system this afternoon and will <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">provide more information about the current state of the disturbance. <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">  <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">Environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for additional <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">development and a tropical depression or tropical storm is likely to <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">form during the next couple of days while the system moves <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">west-northwestward at 15 to 20 mph and approaches the Leeward <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">Islands. Regardless of development, locally heavy rain is likely <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">across portions of the Lesser Antilles beginning later today and <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">continuing through Wednesday, especially in the Leeward Islands. <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">These conditions will spread westward to the Virgin Islands and <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">Puerto Rico Wednesday night and Thursday. Interests on these islands <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">should continue to monitor the progress of this system and tropical <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">storm watches or warnings could be required for portions of the area <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">later today. <span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:green">* Formation chance through 48 hours...high...80 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...high...90 percent.

National Information<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#202020">

Marsec Level – 1   Vessels Scheduled to Arrive in the Next 24 Hours:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif"> <span-family:"Arial",sans-serif">     Vessels Scheduled to Depart in the Next 24 Hours:<span-size:10.5pt;line-height:150%;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif">  

 

Noticed posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2020