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Daily Update - Boston09/30/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/29/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/28/2012 Normal
Daily Update- Boston09/27/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/26/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/25/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/24/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/23/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/22/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/21/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/20/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/19/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston & Wind Advisory09/18/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/17/2012 Normal
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Daily Update - Boston09/14/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/13/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/12/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/11/2012 Normal
Rock Removal Schedule (See Link) for September 11, 201209/11/2012 High
Rock Removal Schedule (See Link) for September 10, 201209/10/2012 High
Daily Update - Boston09/10/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/09/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/08/2012 Normal
Citgo Braintree - Draft Reduction09/07/2012 Normal
Daily Update - Boston09/07/2012 Normal
Boston Harbor Rock Removal Project - Port Bulletin 10-1209/05/2012 High
Daily Update - Boston09/05/2012 Normal
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Daily Update - Boston09/01/2012 Normal

 Daily Port Update

Subject:Rock Removal Schedule (See Link) for September 11, 2012
Date:Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Priority:High
Notice:

PORT OF BOSTON ROCK REMOVAL PROJECT

Tentative Schedule for September 11, 2012<span-size:13.0pt;font-family:"Courier New"">

 

 

https://homeport.uscg.mil/cgi-bin/st/portal/uscg_docs/MyCG/Editorial/20120911/Site 5b 500 yard.bmp?id=0eda979645937630f7af4a2b62e9c59622ee20a7&user_id=314991c22b952e50c9c179f37fb1036b

 

An approximate schedule of operations for September 10, 2012 and how it affects vessel traffic in the Port of Boston is listed below.  Please note that this schedule is only tentative and subject to change.  USCG Sector Boson will publicize exact times each safety zone is in effect via marine broadcast. 

 

Ø  A 100 yard safety zone surrounding the vessel MANTIS will be enforced from approximately 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM as the vessel transits to the demolition work site.  Vessel traffic is prohibited from entering this zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port and/or his representatives.

 

Ø  A 100 yard safety zone centered on the worksite centered at position 42° 20’- 11.7"N and 71° - 00’- 08.1"W will be enforced from approximately 7:00 AM through 12:30 PM while the vessels MANTIS and TRINITY are on site making preparations for demolition work.  Mariners should be advised that these vessels will not be able to move from their position during this period.  Vessel traffic is prohibited from entering this zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port and/or his representatives. 

 

Ø  A 500 yard safety zone centered at position 42° 20’- 11.7"N and 71° - 00’- 08.1"W will be enforced from approximately 12:30 PM through 2:00 PM, or until such time that successful detonation has been confirmed. Vessel traffic is prohibited from entering this zone unless authorized by the Captain of the Port and/or his representatives.  This restriction will prohibit all traffic entering or departing the channel during this phase of the project that cannot safely navigate through the Lower Middle.

 

 

Any questions regarding this bulletin may be addressed to Mr. Mark Cutter at (617) 223-4000, or via e-mail: Mark.E.Cutter@USCG.MIL at U.S. Coast Guard Sector Boston.

 

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Notice posted on Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Disclaimer
For quality assurance purposes please note well that while the above information is regularly vetted for accuracy it is not intended to replace the local knowledge or expertise pertaining to port conditions of our marine operations personnel. Port précis should always be verified by contacting the corresponding marine department of a particular location for the most up-to-date information.