New Pass Information

Sarasota Sailing Squadron and/or its officers and/or members offers this information on this site solely for the entertainment and review by its readers, and does not offer any claims concerning its reliability for navigational, educational and/or safety purposes. The information provided is not intended for navigational use and should not be relied upon for such purpose. Always navigate by reference to a current navigational chart or map. In no event shall Sarasota Sailing Squadron have any liability arising out of any navigational use of any of the information provided.

Date of Passage: 27 May 2016
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np00327.33197-82.5828310.9
np00427.3279-82.587626.3
np00527.3251-82.5892715.1
np00727.32289-82.589911.8
np01127.3187-82.588476.3
np01227.31802-82.588435.4
np01327.3175-82.588575.6
np01427.3171-82.588785.8
np01527.31685-82.589086.8
np01827.31663-82.590337.6
np02027.31553-82.593112.7
np02127.31518-82.594116.5
Waypoints, and Information below provided by Member Hans Dettmers:
  • When checking the tides: The high and low tides are about 45 min to 1 hour earlier at green marker "1" than they are at Golden Gate Point [the nearest point available on your chartplotter or in the newspaper]
Note: the New Pass Bridge will open on signal on the hour, and at 20 and 40 minutes past the hour between 7am and 6pm.  Between 6pm and 7am, the bridge will open on signal provided at least 3 hours notice is given to the bridge tender (941-359-5666).  Source: Federal Register, 12/18/2001

Comments

New Pass Information — 3 Comments

  1. Green marker 1 should be moved at least half a mile west into the gulf near the shoreline, since I got stocked 200 yards in front of both first markers at low tide a month ago in 3 1/2 feet of water.

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