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11-20-2012 11:35 AM
azguy
Re: NJ State Police Warn of Boating Hazzards, Catalog Recovered Vessels After Sandy

One can only imagine what's in the water after that storm. I'm sure considerable care needs to be taken especially in shallow areas where the topography has certainly changed...
11-19-2012 11:50 AM
JimMcGee
Re: NJ State Police Warn of Boating Hazzards, Catalog Recovered Vessels After Sandy

If you're heading south I'd bypass NJ inlets until you get to Cape May if at all possible.
11-19-2012 12:22 AM
bljones
Re: NJ State Police Warn of Boating Hazzards, Catalog Recovered Vessels After Sandy

Like peter said, jim, thanks for the heads up.
11-18-2012 11:50 PM
peterchech
Re: NJ State Police Warn of Boating Hazzards, Catalog Recovered Vessels After Sandy

Thanks for the heads up!

I was just out sailing in New York bay today, and I saw a sailboat up on the beach still in Staten Island. The true damage wreaked by this storm is becoming apparent. I never expected something like this in jersey, but I guess we better get used to this new normal...
11-18-2012 01:03 PM
JimMcGee
NJ State Police Warn of Boating Hazzards, Catalog Recovered Vessels After Sandy

The following press release from the New Jersey State Police Marine Services Bureau was printed in several NJ newspapers. The information may help cruisers heading south along the Jersey Coast.

From New Jersey State Police: New Jersey State Police Marine Services Bureau is advising boaters of myriad new hazards on the waters, and attempting to reunite owners with their lost vessels in the wake of the devastating Hurricane Sandy.

The record breaking flooding radically changed the topography of many shore area boating routes. The Army Corps of Engineers will eventually re-map the waterways, but until then, boaters must know that they should proceed with extreme caution. Some areas shown on maps as 18 feet deep are now sandbars, and numerous hazards have been deposited in commonly used channels, including sunken vessels.

"The Central Jersey shore waterways, as shown on most marine maps, no longer exist. Boaters need to be aware of submerged obstacles and debris and adjust their travels as if they are on uncharted waters," said Colonel Rick Fuentes, Superintendent of the State Police and Director of the State Office of Emergency Management.

Another major challenge is the large number of boats ripped from moorings and docks and deposited all over. The Marine Services Bureau is locating and cataloging displaced vessels on the state's waterways, particularly in the coastal areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy. Troopers are building a database of such boats that includes registration numbers and descriptions.

Boat owners or insurance companies attempting to locate a lost or abandoned vessel should contact the State Police Point Pleasant Station between 7:00 a.m. And 5:00 p.m. At (732)899-5051.


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