I have an arcmap project using an arcims service from NOAA ENC (http://ocs-spatial.ncd.noaa.gov) but maybe the service is unavailable right now and I can't access to imagery...
Is there an image service from GOES available for ArcGIS?
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Check out a new attempt by NOAA to display all ENC data.
This was introduced recently (Early Sept 2012) and looks a lot better than the old one! There is also talk on exposing most of these as WMS and Rest services. This will go prime-time and replace the old site sometime in Jan next year. Uptime for ENC direct has been an issue and I am not sure if the new site will alleviate this.
Your best best is to build a local solution using the freely downloadable S-57 data from NOAA and apply the rendition rules defined in S-52. This is analogous to HTML and CSS, where any map server that you host (MapServer, GeoServer, ArcGIS) can render layers you are interested in by you defining Style Layers.
Depending on what specific layers you are looking in GOES server you may be able to find them in other places or map catalogs.