9 November 2017
Delaware River, United States
Marcus Hook Anchorage dredging update
The Captain of the Port, Delaware Bay, is notifying mariners of an update to the current restrictions in Anchorage No. 7, Marcus Hook Anchorage.
The week of November 6 - 11, Norfolk dredging will be installing a pipeline to facilitate dredging from approximately 39 deg. 48’03.81”N, 075 deg. 24’24.80”W extending to 39 deg. 48’41.65”N, 075 deg. 24’01.44”W. This pipeline will be marked with lighted buoys at 300’ intervals, and vessels are directed not to pass over the submerged pipeline. This pipeline is expected to remain in place for at least one month, and the following restrictions shall remain in place for the duration of the pipeline placement:
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Source: U.S. Coast Guard, Sector Delaware Bay, Marine Safety Information Bulletin 37-17 dated 8 November 2017