The issue is that bridge heights are listed as the MINIMUM clearance at high water
and the meaning of high water
varies from state to state and even bridge to bridge. The NOAA chart says 65' but multiple sources show 63'
The safe thing to do is to approach at low tide. We show a number of anchorages
around the area there if you have to wait.
It is entirely possible that the bridge has 63' of clearance at times and yet some people experience 66' at other times. It's also quite probable that the NOAA charts are wrong - I've seen this too many times to list.