U.S. Port Requirements of Pilotage by Major Cities & Waterways

Posted by Connie Motz
December 10th, 2012
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Anchorage, AK Yacht Services of Alaska
Baltimore, MD Interport Pilots Agency
Baton Rouge, LA Louisiana Bar Pilots
Beaufort/Port Royal, NC Port Royal Branch Pilots Association
Beaumont, TX Sabine Pilots
Biloxi, MS Mississippi State Port Authority at Gulfport
Biscayne Bay, FL Biscayne Bay Pilots
Block Island Sound, NY Northeast Marine Pilots
Boston, MA Boston Harbor Pilot Association
Bridgeport, CT Northeast Marine Pilots
Brunswick, GA Brunswick Bar Pilot’s Association
Charleston, SC
8’+ draft and over 100 GT
Port of Charleston
Chesapeake Bay, VA & MD
All foreign vessels & U.S. vessels registered under foreign trade
Coast Pilot NOAA
Claymont, DE Ocean Port Terminal
Corpus Christi, TX
All vessels
Port of Corpus Christi
Delaware Bay, DE Interport Pilots Agency
Delaware City Refinery Terminal, DE Port of Wilmington
Fernandina Beach, FL Cumberland Sound Pilots Association
Fort Pierce, FL Fort Pierce Bar Pilots
Galveston, TX Galveston/Texas City Pilots
Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River
Foreign vessels 300+ GT
Lake Pilots Association
Gulfport, MI Mississippi State Port Authority at Gulfport
Hell Gate, NY Sandy Hook Pilots
Houston, TX Houston Pilots
Humboldt Bay, CA Humboldt Bar Pilots Association
Hudson River, NY Sandy Hook Pilots
Jacksonville, FL
All foreign & U.S. vessels under register
St. Johns Bar Pilot Association
Juneau, AK Yacht Services of Alaska
Ketchikan, AK Yacht Services of Alaska
Key West, FL Key West Bar Pilots Association
Kings Bay, FL Cumberland Sound Pilots Association
Long Island Sound, NY Sandy Hook Pilots
Los Angeles, CA
Vessels over 300+ GT
Port of Los Angeles
Miami, FL Biscayne Bay Pilots
Mobile, AL
All foreign & U.S. vessels registered under foreign trade
Mobile Bar Pilots Association
Monterey Bay, CA – all vessels California Harbors and Navigation Code
Morehead City, NC Morehead City Pilots Association
Nantucket Sound, RI
All foreign & U.S. vessels 350+ GT
Northeast Marine Pilots
Narragansett Bay, RI Northeast Marine Pilots
New Haven, CT Northeast Marine Pilots
New Orleans, LA Louisiana Bar Pilots
Norwalk, CT Northeast Marine Pilots
Palm Beach, FL Palm Beach Harbor Pilots Association
Panama City, FL Panama City Pilots
Pascagoula, MS
All foreign & U.S. vessels 250+ GT registered under foreign trade
Pascagoula Bar Pilots’ Association
Pensacola, FL
All foreign & U.S. vessels registered under foreign trade with a 6”+ draft
Pensacola Bay Pilots
Port Arthur, TX Sabine Pilots
Port Everglades, FL Port Everglades Pilots
Port Canaveral, FL Canaveral Port Authority
Port of Palm Beach, FL Palm Beach Harbor Pilots Association
Port St. Joe, FL Panama City Pilots
Portland, ME Coast Pilot NOAA
Portland, OR
All foreign & U.S. vessels registered under foreign trade with a 9’+ draft
Portland Harbor
Portsmouth, NH Port of New Hampshire
Providence, RI North East Marine Pilots Association
Puget Sound, WA
All vessels except for those exclusively engage in trade
Coast Pilot NOAA
St. Mary’s, FL Cumberland Sound Pilots Association
San Diego, CA
Foreign vessels and all vessels 300+ GT
Coast Pilot NOAA
San Francisco, CA
Vessels over 750 GT
San Francisco Bar Pilots
San Pablo, CA – all vessels California Harbors and Navigation Code
Savannah, GA Savannah Pilots Association
Seattle, WA State of Washington Board of Pilot Commissioners
Sitka, AK Yacht Services of Alaska
Skagway/Haines, AK Yacht Services of Alaska
St. Petersburg, FL Florida Harbor Pilots Association
Strait of Juan de Fuca, WA
Foreign vessels & U.S. vessels engaged in foreign trade
Coast Pilot NOAA
Suisun, CA – all vessels California Harbors and Navigation Code
Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Pilots Association
Wilmington, DE Port of Wilmington
Wilmington, NC Wilmington/Cape Fear Pilots Association

Buying 1,000 Gallons or more?

While state government enforces general U.S. Port Requirements, many major cities and waterways have a unique set of pilotage regulations in place.

More US Port Info

MarineFuel.com’s U.S. Port Directory offers a quick link reference list identifying basic U.S. Port Requirements by State,  as well as links to additional and useful informational sources.

Staying Current

While MarineFuel.com News has taken the utmost care to ensure the accuracy of our U.S. Port Directory and U.S. Port Requirements, please note that all information is subject to change without notice.

Source:  American Pilot’s Association

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