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Diver Joe, "The Diver Dude"
Bottom cleaning, hull cleaning, prop removal, prop maintenance, zinc inspection, zinc replacement, lost object recovery, underwater recovery, slavage, underater inspections ...
If it's below the waterline call:
Joe Condon "Diver Joe" at 239-470-2333
or email Joe at: TheDiverDude@gmail.com
Diving services provided in and around Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida

http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/nsd/coastpilot.php?book=5

"The United States Coast Pilot® consists of a series of nautical books that cover a variety of information important to navigators of coastal and intracoastal waters and the Great Lakes. Issued in nine volumes, they contain supplemental information that is difficult to portray on a nautical chart."

The United States Coast Pilot, published by the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA), in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA), is a series of nine nautical books
(volumes) that cover a wide variety of information important
to navigators of U.S. coastal and intracoastal
waters, and the waters of the Great Lakes. Most of Coast
Pilot information cannot be shown graphically on the
standard nautical charts, and is not readily available
elsewhere. The topics in the Coast Pilot include, but are
not limited to, channel descriptions, anchorages,
bridge and cable clearances, currents, tide and water
levels, prominent features, pilotage, towage, weather,
ice conditions, wharf descriptions, dangers, routes,
traffic separation schemes, small-craft facilities, and
Federal regulations applicable to navigation.