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USACE Navigational Charts

The U.S. inland navigation system consists of 8,200 miles of navigable rivers maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This system spans 22 states and includes 276 lock chambers with a total lift of 6,100 feet.  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers also produces a suite of navigational chart books or folios that are designed to promote safe navigation in these waters.

The U.S Coast Guard requires that commercial vessels operating in these waters, maintain on-board "navigation charts or maps appropriate to the area of operation..." (46 CFR Subchapter M). These folios will fulfill that requirement. However, it is incumbent on mariners to manually update these products and U.S. Coast Guard Notice to Mariners for changes and notices impacting these waters.

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Alabama River Navigational Chart Book

Alabama River: Mobile, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama (2016)

Ohio River (Foster, KY to New Martinsville, WV) Navigational Chart Book

Ohio River Navigation Charts: Foster, Kentucky to New Martinsville, West Virginia, January 2014

Mississippi River (Upper) Navigational Chart Book

Upper Mississippi River Navigation Charts Minneapolis, Minnesota to Cairo, Illinois

Missouri River (Upper) Navigational Chart Book

Upper Missouri River Navigation Charts Sioux City, Iowa to Rulo, Nebraska

Ohio River (Cairo, IL to Foster, KY) Navigational Chart Book

Ohio River Navigation Charts: Cairo, Illinois to Foster, Kentucky

Atchafalaya River System, Old River to Atchafalaya Bay and Distributaries 2006 Hydrographic Survey (2006 0r 2007)

2006 Hydrographic Survey: Atafalacha River System, Old River to Atafalacha Bay and Distributaries

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