Now includes mitigation sites and valve boxes!
You asked and we scanned, from seven miles out of Tampa to south of Pensacola.
And we’re not just releasing a chart of the Gulfstream Natural Gas Pipeline. We’re throwing in the side-scan imagery of the pipeline itself that you can view in Google Earth, over half a gigabyte of it. You’ll see the rock piles – sometimes on top, sometimes to the sides – used to stabilize the pipeline, note where the pipeline goes underground, spot schools of bait, and laugh at our curving path when we avoided boats and fought with the autopilot.
We have also included coordinates for the valve boxes we could find and the boulder field and artificial reef mitigation sites. However, imagery for the mitigation sites is not included.
Remember that weather window around Valentine’s day? That’s how fresh this data is. And don’t be surprised if our chart doesn’t overlay exactly on top of the pipeline marked on your chartplotter. Check it for yourself.
This chart includes several waypoints in the Madison Swanson protected area. Please follow all applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
Depths on this preview chart may be displayed in fathoms (6 feet), meters, or feet depending on your zoom level.
On the checkout confirmation page and the order confirmation email (check your spam folder) you will be provided a link to download the chart file. Download the file, double click it, and read the instructions inside. If you’d like a physical chart card mailed to you instead, please email or call us. Make sure to create an account at checkout so you can log back in and access your StrikeLines files at any time. Tight lines!