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Fleet week starts in San Diego.....Coast Guard news


Coast Guard Sector San Diego Establishes Safety Zone for Fleet Week San Diego
U.S. Coast Guard | September 28, 2005
SAN DIEGO - Coast Guard Sector San Diego has established two safety zones for the Fleet Week Sea-n-Air Parade to be held on Saturday, October 1, 2005, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Sea and Air Parade will consist of approximately 20 Naval vessels from 87 to 1092 feet. The event will have the vessels in a classic naval review inbound San Diego Bay from Pt. Loma, to the Coronado Bay Bridge.

The purpose of the safety zones is to ensure the safety of the spectators and participants, including recreational and commercial boaters, and inform them of the restrictions placed on the San Diego boating traffic during the event.

The Sea and Air Parade moving safety zone will extend 1000 yards in front of, 700 yards behind, and 200 yards on both sides of each vessel in review, and would restrict all vessel traffic, commercial and recreational. beginning at the far west corner of Harbor Island in a straight line to buoy 19 (LLNR 1650); Norwegian fenders will be placed every 200 yards; then from buoy 19 (LLNR 1650) following the north edge of the North San Diego Bay Ship Channel to buoy 21 (LLNR 1715), then from buoy 21 (LLNR 1715) in a straight line to the far east corner of Harbor Island; Norwegian fenders will be placed every 200 yards; and then from the far east corner of Harbor Island to the far west corner of Harbor Island following the shore line. The safety zone will be in effect from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Persons and vessels are prohibited from entering into, transiting through, or anchoring within the safety zones unless authorized by the Coast Guard Patrol Commander. Portions of the safety zone maybe open periodically to allow for vessel traffic.

While on the water, boaters are encouraged to make contact with law enforcement vessels enforcing the safety zone. All perimeter vessels will have informational flyers indicating the length of the safety zone and event status.

The Patrol Commander for this event will be Ensign Jarrett Owens of Coast Guard Sector San Diego. The Patrol Commander can be reached while the safety zone is in effect on Marine Band radio channel 16.
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