Dear US Coast Guard,
A couple of days ago, I sailed with detailed maps from SF Bay towards Stockton, my final destination. Everything went smooth, until we went under the bridges into Suisun Bay, and not long after passing these (in the middle were the railroad bridge has a lift part, which makes it look like there is the point to pass!) we ran aground a very big, serious landmass just a few feet under water.
What shocked me as a relative experienced sailor and sea scout, is that there were absolutely NO WARNINGS! Not any marker told me I was about to experience a $3000 accident.
Have there ever been markers to point out that sand bank? Why actually didn't anyone in any government layer care about taking the sand out? Where I come from, that is normal practice, one of the reasons the Netherlands are a very popular sailing destination. I do hope there will be any sanity regarding placing signs that tell anyone coming in from the West, routing them to the deep water channel on the right side of the Bay.