Due to intermittent false alarms, the alarm panel at the sleeping quarters is temporarily silenced. According to Leonard the alarm panel company will come out next week to fix it.
New Feature: When you go to a specific vessel’s detail page on COLRIP’s website there is now a link taking you to that ship’s “Vesselfinder.com” webpage so you can get more info, see photos, etc.
There is a pair of perscription glasses in car 16. It has been at Swan Is for a couple weeks.
The Oregon has finished the work at Pillar, the subline has been removed, and the channel is clear. This morning (10/7) they are towing upriver to the next site, (just upriver from the ferry crossing). I do not have exact RMs yet but I will pass them along. There will also be a subline at … Continue Reading »
HME Construction, will be rebuilding several wooden and damaged federal aids to navigation on the Willamette River from approximately October 11th-22nd 2021. ATON’s to be rebuilt are as follows: Willamette River Light 6 (LLNR 14870), Willamette River Light 10 (LLNR 14880), Post Office Range Front Light (LLNR 14895), Multnomah Channel Junction Light (LLNR 14910), *More … Continue Reading »
Sad to report that Capt. Chris Boyce’s mom, and wife of retired Capt. Mitch Boyce, Sally Boyce passed away this morning after suffering a second stroke.
Both leaves of the Broadway Bridge drawbridge in Portland are again fully operational after completion of an upgrade to the drawbridge control system.
New soundings available for Temco Kalama on TV32
Advanced American Construction (AAC) will be conducting installation of a new 48 inch outfall pipe in the Columbia River near mile 96. The pipe will extend from the Washington riverbank out into the Columbia River approximately 700 feet. Operations include dredging, pipe installation, pile driving, diving and demolition of the existing submerged outfall pipe. Onsite … Continue Reading »
We received word that Capt. Mike Zachary passed away last night. We will provide more details if we receive them.