Port Series, Issue 33

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Astoria, Or - 120 pages
 

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Page 38 - Light, to a point bearing 25330', 675 yards, from Tongue Point Light; northeasterly of the northeast boundary of Lower Tongue Point Anchorage; southeasterly of a line ranging from a point bearing 284. 950 yards, from Tongue Point Light, toward a point bearing 24, 1,425 yards, from Tongue Point Light ; southerly of a line 50 yards south of and parallel to the south side of the main ship channel; and southwesterly of a line ranging from a point bearIng 42, 1,200 yards, from Tongue Point Light,...
Page 38 - No vessel in a condition such that it is likely to sink or otherwise become a menace or obstruction to the navigation or anchorage of other vessels shall occupy an anchorage except in an emergency and then only for such period as may be permitted by the Captain of the Port.
Page 38 - Beginning at a point bearing 253 30', 675 yards, from Tongue Point Light; thence to a point bearing 24730', 2,015 yards, from Tongue Point Light; thence to a point bearing 261, 2,125 yards, from Tongue Point Light; thence to a point bearing 284, 950 yards, from Tongue Point Light; and thence to the point of beginning. (2) Upper Tongue Point Anchorage. Northwesterly of a line running from a point bearing 42, 1,200 yards, from Tongue Point Light...
Page 43 - ASHORE AND AFLOAT General cargo at the port is usually handled to and from vessels by ships
Page 39 - Each facility is described under a separate reference number in the table of "Piers, Wharves, and Docks,
Page 37 - ... has recommended modification of the existing navigation channel in Columbia and Lower Willamette Rivers to provide for (1) a channel 40 by 600 feet from Vancouver to the mouth of Columbia River, except that the reach from the turning basin at Vancouver to the mouth of the Willamette River would be limited to 500 feet in width until the need for additional width is demonstrated by increased traffic ; (2) turning basins at Vancouver and Longview : and (3) a channel 40 feet deep and from...
Page 55 - The anchorages generally ueed are Vancouver Lower and Upper Anchorages. The Lower Anchorage is in the Columbia River just southeastward of the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette givers and to the southwestward of the dredged channel.
Page 28 - American flag veseele engaged in the carriage of freight and paseengers, listing the net registered tonnage, length, width, draft, horeepower, carrying capacity, and other detaile of conetruction; and describes the operatione of each veseel operator, listing the waterways ueed and the localities eerved.

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