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Moved the shipping lanes?

West coasters, I've been out to the Channel Islands in CA a few times this year and have not seen one freighter passing through the area. We can expect to see a few each and every time I sail the area. LA/Long Beach harbor are still the largest on the coast. Have they changed the location of the East/West shipping lanes?

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