The Navigation Problems Report is a complilation of
issues for which resolution is sought from either the US
Coast Guard, or the US
Army Corps of Engineers. Items listed in the report are those
which pose danger or difficulty to Waterway navigators. Typical
problems include blinding lights, bridges that are difficult to
transit, missing or damaged aids to navigation, hardened sites,
wrecks, sunken or abandoned vessels, the need for moorings, and
the need for wider passage spaces between bouys and beacons. See
for an explanation of terms.
This report is an ongoing project maintained solely
by the GICA. The report serves as a record of all known problems
along the Waterway, and provides current status on efforts to resolve
those problems. If you know of a problem which is not listed in
the report, please contact the GICA
office so the item may be added and monitored.