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Mobile District Navigation Charts

Navigation chart books for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District waterways are now available for purchase in bound hard copy chart books or can be downloaded for free in PDF. To download these charts browse through the various waterways below and clock on the specific waterway that you would like charts for.

The public may also purchase river charts directly from the Government Printing Office website.  These charts show river mileages, navigation markers, features, bridge and other elevated clearance tables.

The Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers Map Book (1994) can only be purchased in a bound hard copy chart book by calling the Mobile District Navigation Office at (251) 441-5631.

Download a Navigation Chart

Alabama River Charts 

(2014 Map Book)                                                                                                         

Recommended plotting size 11" x 17"

Description

Beginning at Mile 45 at the confluence of the Mobile and the Tombigbee Rivers, the Alabama River flows some 305 miles, being fed by the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers at it's head.

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Black Warrior / Tombigbee River Charts  

GIS Mapping w/ River Bottom Data (Most recent bathymetry)

(2017 Map Book)         

Recommended plotting size 11” x  17”

Description

From Mobile, AL, on the Tombigbee, and Gulf of Mexico, up the Mobile River to the confluence of the Alabama and BW&T Rivers, Mobile Rivers and then up the Tombigbee and Black Warrior Rivers to heads of navigation above Birmingham, Ala. Charts portray all the feature information as in the Inland Electronic Navigation Charts, including Bridge Profiles, Elevated Clearance Tables, and a Recommended Sailing line.                                                                                                                                           

Black Warrior Tombigbee Inland Electronic Navigation Charts                                                                              

(2017 IENC, or E-Charts)   

Description    

These 4 Inland Electronic Navigation Charts cover the BW&T Rvers from Mobile’s Cochrane Bridge at mile 4 up to and including the Mobile, Tombigbee, and Black Warrior Rivers, the Locust and Mulberry Forks, to the Heads of Navigation above Birmingham, Ala.  To download click on the link above to visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geospatial Center and follow the directions below for how to use that site.

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Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway River Maps

(2013 Map Book)      

Recommended plotting size 11” x 17”

Description

From Pickwick Lake on the Tennessee River Waterway, AL and MS to the junction of the Black Warrior & Tombigbee Rivers above Demopolis, AL.                                                                                  

IENC E-Charts    

There are 3 Inland Electronic Navigation Charts that cover the Tennessee-Tombigbee Rivers. To download these maps click on the IENC E-Charts link above to visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geospatial Center and follow the directions below on how to use that site.

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IENC E-Charts                                                                                                               

For all IENC Chart downloads, you will need to click on the IENC E-Charts link above. Once on that page select “Product Downloads” on the left, or “Inland Chart books and then ‘Product Downloads’. Next you will select one of the formats (IENC 2.2), and then select download. You might need to Sign In (used to monitor interest on these pages. Save the ZIP files, extract, and view in any IENC viewer. There are 3 files for the Tennessee-Tombigbee and 4 files for the Black Warrior Tombigbee.

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