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Notices
384-506/11
ADMIRALTY
NOTICES TO MARINERS
Weekly Edition 5
3 February 2011
(Published on the UKHO Website 24 January 2011)
CONTENTS
I Explanatory Notes. Publications List
II Admiralty Notices to Mariners. Updates to Standard Nautical Charts
III Reprints of Radio Navigational Warnings
IV Amendments to Admiralty Sailing Directions
V Amendments to Admiralty Lists of Lights and Fog Signals
VI Amendments to Admiralty List of Radio Signals
Mariners are requested to inform the UK Hydrographic Office, Admiralty Way, Taunton,
Somerset TA1 2DN immediately of the discovery of new dangers, or changes or defects in aids
to navigation and of shortcomings in Admiralty charts or publications. Copies of form H.102,
which is a convenient form on which to send in a report, may be obtained gratis from any
Admiralty Distributor or the reproductionat the endof SectionVI of the Weekly Editionof Notices
to Mariners may be used. A copy of the form, which may be used as a pro forma, is also printed
in the Mariner’s Handbook (NP100). Reports can also be made through the UKHO website.
In addition to postal methods, the following additional communication facilities are available:
Notices to Mariners Website Web: www.ukho.gov.uk/msi
Searchable Notices to Mariners Web: www.nmwebsearch.com
Urgent navigational information: Fax: +44(0)1823 322352
Phone: +44(0)1823 353448
e-mail: navwarnings@btconnect.com
Other navigational information:
General enquiries:
General website
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Web: www.ukho.gov.uk
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GUIDANCE NOTES FOR THE USE OF ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS
ON THE UKHO WEBSITE

The Weekly Notices to Mariners (NM) updates for paper Charts and Publications can be accessed
through the UKHO Website www.ukho.gov.uk. or the searchable NM Website
www.nmwebsearch.com. The latest digital NM Weekly update is available 10 days prior to the paper
publication date; there are no subscription fees for access to the UKHO Notices to Mariners Website.

NB: The NM database includes historical NM data from 1 January 2000, for NMs prior to 2000 the
Cumulative List of Notices to Mariners (NP234B-00) must be used.

Software required:
Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 6.0 or later). Reader software can be obtained direct from the Adobe
website (www.adobe.com).

SEARCHABLE NOTICES TO MARINERS

Enter the www.nmwebsearch.com website and select the search option that you require following the
on screen instructions:

ƒ Search NMs by - Chart Number only
ƒ Search NMs by - Chart Number + Previous NM Number/Year
ƒ Search NMs by - Chart Number + Between Previous and Present Dates
ƒ Search for Single NM by NM Number/Year

To view the NM, NM Note or full-colour NM Blocks, click on the relevant link.

NOTICES TO MARINERS ON-LINE

Enter the www.ukho.gov.uk/msi website, and then select Notices to Mariners. This will give you
access to the following range of Notice to Mariners services:
- Admiralty NM Web Search
- Weekly NMs
- NM Block, Notes and Diagrams
- Annual NMs
- Cumulative NM List

FURTHER GUIDANCE NOTES

For further details of the online NM facilities please see the NM Guidance Notes on the website,
additional detail includes:
ƒ File content and description
ƒ PC and printer specifications

CUSTOMER SERVICE

If you experience any difficulties, please contact the UKHO Customer Service on:
Tel: +44 (0) 1823 337900 Ext.5030
Tel Direct: +44 (0) 1823 723366
Fax: +44 (0) 1823 330561
e-mail: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
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ADMIRALTY NOTICES
TO MARINERS

This Admiralty Notices to Mariners Bulletin (ANMB) is published by the UK Hydrographic
Office (UKHO). The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency accepts that both the paper and
digital forms of the ANMB comply with carriage requirement for Notices to Mariners within
Regulation 19.2.1.4 of the revised Chapter V of the Safety of Life at Sea Convention, and the
Merchant Shipping (Safety of Navigation) Regulations, both of which came into force 1 July
2002.

While every effort is made to ensure that the data provided through the Notices to Mariners
service is accurate, the user needs to be aware of the risks of corruption to data. It is important
that the user should only use the data on suitable equipment and that other applications should
not be running on the user’s machine at the same time. Users should exercise their
professional judgement in the use of data and also consult the Mariners’ Handbook (NP100)
for further details.

The user needs to be aware that there is a possibility that data could be corrupted during
transmission, or in the process of display or printing on the user’s equipment, or if converted
to other software formats, and is accordingly advised that the UKHO cannot accept
responsibility for any such change, or any modifications or unauthorised changes, made by
licensees, or other parties.

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EXPLANATORY NOTES

Dating
Weekly Notices are dated for the Thursday appropriate to the week that the printed version is despatched from the
UKHO. They are available earlier from the UKHO website.

Charts and Positions
The notices in Section II give instructions for the updating of standard nautical charts and selected thematic charts in
the Admiralty series. Geographical positions refer to the horizontal datum of the current edition of each affected chart
which is stated in the notice alongside the appropriate chart number. Positions are normally given in degrees, minutes
and decimals of a minute, but may occasionally quote seconds for convenience when plotting from the graduation of
some older-style charts. Where Leisure Products are referred to different horizontal datums from the standard
nautical charts for that geographical area, positions in the notices cannot be plotted directly on these products. Bearings
are true reckoned clockwise from 000° to 359°; those relating to lights are from seaward. Symbols referred to are those
shown on Chart 5011. Depths and heights are given in metres or fathoms and/or feet as appropriate for the chart being
updated (abbreviated where necessary to m, fm and ft respectively). Blocks and notes accompanying notices in Section
II are placed towards the end of the section.

Temporary and Preliminary Notices
These are indicated by (T) or (P) after the notice number and are placed at the end of Section II. They are printed on
one side of the paper in order that they may be cut up and filed. To assist in filing, the year is indicated after the notice
number and an in-force list is published monthly. Information from these notices is not included on charts before
issue; charts should be updated in pencil on receipt.

Original Information
A star adjacent to the number of a notice indicates that the notice is based on original information.

Further Guidance
The Mariner’s Handbook (NP100) gives a fuller explanation of the limitations of charts and details of the UKHO
policy for the promulgation and selection of navigationally significant information for charts. Details of chart updating
methods can be found in NP294, ‘‘How to Keep Your Admiralty Charts Up-to-date’’. All users are advised to study
these publications.

Lights
When a light is affected by a notice its Light List number is quoted. The detailed amendment to the List of Lights is
given in Section V and may be published in an earlier edition than the chart-updating notice. The entire entry for each
light amended will be printed (including minor changes) and an asterisk (*) will denote which column contains an
amendment. In the case of a new light, or where a new sequence is added below the main light, an asterisk (*) will
appear under all columns. All Section V entries are intended to be cut out and pasted into the book. It is emphasised
that the List of Lights is the primary source of information on lights and that many alterations, especially those of a
temporary but operational nature, are promulgated only as corrections to the List of Lights. Light positions should
be regarded as approximate and are intended to indicate the relative positions of lights only. Charts should be
consulted for a more authoritative position. The range of a light is normally the nominal range, except when the
responsible authority quotes luminous or geographical range.

Radio Signals
When a chart-updating notice is issued for information that is also included within Admiralty List of Radio Signals, the
appropriate volume reference number is quoted, followed in parentheses by the number of the Weekly Edition
containing (in Section VI) the corresponding amendment to the service details.
The amendments in Section VI should be cut out and pasted into the appropriate volumes.

Sailing Directions
Amendments to Sailing Directions are given in Section IV. Those in force at the end of the year are reprinted in the
Annual Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners Part 2 (NP 247(2)). A list of amendments in force is published in
Section IV of the Weekly Edition quarterly.
For volumes of Sailing Directions maintained by Continuous Revision, amendments may be cut out and
pasted/corrected directly in to the book. Alternatively, and for the remaining volumes of Sailing Directions maintained
by Supplement, it is recommended that amendments are kept in a file with the latest list of amendments in force on
top. The list should then be consulted when using the parent book to see if any amendments, affecting the area under
consideration, are in force. It is not recommended that amendments be stuck in the parent book, or the supplement of
Sailing Directions maintained by supplement.

Radio Navigational Warnings
See Note at the start of Section III.
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CAUTIONARY NOTES

Updating
Updating information is published by Weekly Notices to Mariners supplemented by radio warnings for items of
immediate importance. It should be borne in mind that they may be based on reports which cannot always be verified
before promulgation, and that it is sometimes necessary to be selective and promulgate only the more important items
to avoid overloading users; the remainder being included in revised editions of the charts and publications concerned.

Laws and Regulations
While, in the interests of the safety of shipping, the UKHO makes every endeavour to include in its publications details
of the laws and regulations of all countries appertaining to navigation, it must be clearly understood:—
(a) that no liability whatsoever can be accepted for failure to publish details of any particular law or regulation, and
(b) that publication of the details of a law or regulation is solely for the safety and convenience of shipping and
implies no recognition of the international validity of the law or regulation.

Reliance on Charts and Associated Publications
While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on Admiralty charts and other publications, it
should be appreciated that it may not always be complete and up-to-date. The mariner must be the final judge of the
reliance he can place on the information given, bearing in mind his particular circumstances, local pilotage guidance
and the judicious use of available navigational aids.

Charts
Charts should be used with prudence: there are areas where the source data are old, incomplete or of poor quality. The
mariner should use the largest scale appropriate for his particular purpose; apart from being the most detailed, the
larger scales are usually corrected first. When extensive new information (such as a new hydrographic survey) is
received, some months may elapse before it can be fully incorporated in published charts. On small scale charts of
ocean areas where hydrographic information is, in many cases, still sparse, charted shoals may be in error as regards
position, least depth and extent. Undiscovered dangers may exist, particularly away from well-established routes.

Satellite-Derived Positions and Chart Accuracy

Mariners must not assume that charts which are referred to WGS84 Datum, or those for which shifts to WGS84 Datum
are provided, have been surveyed to modern standards of accuracy. On some charts, owing to the age and quality of the
source information, some of the charted detail may not be positioned accurately. In such cases mariners are advised to
exercise particular caution when navigating in the vicinity of dangers, even when using an electronic positioning system
such as GPS. For further details, see The Mariner’s Handbook (NP100). This applies to both paper and digital (ARCS
and ENC) versions of charts.


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Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List

Admiralty Chart

231
344
397
436
535
643
856
860
1213
1942
1961
2021
2392
2398
2650
2693
3493
3944
4170
4201
4206
4600
4638
4639
4707
4802
4806
4810
Aus 134
Aus 235
Aus 236
INT 201
INT 600
INT 638
INT 639
INT 707
INT 802
INT 810
INT 1502
INT 1570
INT 3350
INT 7561
INT 7562
SC 5617

Admiralty Publication

NP 247(1)
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2011 Catalogue page

~2650 China – Bo Hai, Huanghua Gang and Approaches.
38°14′⋅50N. — 38°35′⋅20N., 117°42′⋅50E. — 118°22′⋅90E.

Provides additional chart coverage of the port of Huanghua.
1:60,000 52 82







NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011

Chart Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2011 Catalogue page

~643
INT7562
International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, East Coast,
Durban Harbour.

Includes widened entrance channel, changes to dredged depth
information, buoyage and lights within the port of Durban.
(A modified reproduction of INT7562 published by the Republic of
South Africa).

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 72(P)/11 is
cancelled.
1:10,000 35 54

~856 Morocco – West Coast, Oued Sebou to Casablanca.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:150,000 20 40, 52

~860 Morocco – West Coast, Approaches to Casablanca and
Mohammedia.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:50,000 20 40, 52

~1942
INT1502
International Chart Series, Scotland – North Coast, Fair Isle to
Wick.

Includes the latest British Government surveys.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1474(P)/07
is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 1868(P)/08.
1:200,000 6 28, 30, 32
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 (continued)

Chart Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2011 Catalogue page

~1961 El Salvador – Honduras – Nicaragua, Ports and Anchorages in
Golfo de Fonseca.
A Golfo de Fonseca.
B Approaches to La Uniόn.
13°10′⋅60N. — 13°21′⋅30N., 87°45′⋅50W. — 87°51′⋅75W.
C Puerto de La Uniόn.
13°19′⋅10N. — 13°20′⋅70N., 87°48′⋅20W. — 87°49′⋅50W.
D Approaches to Henecán.
E Puerto de Henecán.

Includes changes to depths, anchorages and wrecks. The chart
limits for plans B and C have been changed to provide improved
coverage of Puerto de La Unión and approaches.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1849(P)/10
is cancelled.


1:100,000
1:40,000

1:15,000

1:60,000
1:15,000
89 122

~2693
INT1570
International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Approaches to
Felixstowe, Harwich and Ipswich with the Rivers Stour, Orwell and
Deben.
A Continuation of River Stour.
B Ipswich.
C Continuation of River Deben.

Fully modernised and updated throughout. Includes the latest
Harwich Haven Authority and Trinity House surveys in the
approaches to Harwich.
1:25,000


1:25,000
1:10,000
1:25,000
7 24

~3944 Malacca Strait – Malaysia, Pulau Pinang to Kepulauan Sembilan.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 4938(P)/09.
1:200,000 45 66

~4170
INT7561
International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa – East Coast,
Approaches to Durban.

Includes widened entrance channel, new dredged depth information
and re-alignment of the entrance channel light. (A modified
reproduction of INT7561 published by the Republic of South
Africa).

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notices
6392(P)/09 and 72(P)/11 are cancelled.
1:30,000 35 54

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 (continued)
Chart Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2011 Catalogue page

~4201
INT201
International Chart Series, South Atlantic Ocean, South East Coast
of South America.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 5386(T)/10.
1:3,500,000 95 18

~4806 North Pacific Ocean, San Francisco and Vancouver Island to
Mendocino Fracture Zone.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 2987(T)/10.
1:3,500,000 89 18


Reproductions of Australian Government Charts
(Publication dates of these charts reflect the dates shown on the Australian Government Charts)
Chart
Published Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2011 Catalogue page

~Aus134 17/12/10 Australia – South Coast, South Australia, Port Lincoln and
Approaches.
Port Lincoln Wharves.
Proper Bay.

Includes changes to port limit, marine farms and shipping
channel.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 5614(T)/10.
1:50,000

1:7,500
1:10,000
65 92

~Aus235 17/12/10 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Approaches to Moreton
Bay.
Mooloolaba Harbour.

Includes new port limits and Environmentally Sensitive Sea
Area (ESSA).

Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 4289(T)/08,
4488(T)/10, 73(T)/11 and 292(T)/11.
1:75,000

1:10,000
66 90

~Aus236 17/12/10 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Moreton Bay.
Manly Boat Harbour.

Includes new port limits and Environmentally Sensitive Sea
Area (ESSA).

Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 4289(T)/08,
4698(T)/08, 754(T)/09, 3389(T)/09, 942(T)/10, 2540(T)/10,
2930(T)/10, 3782(T)/10, 4236(T)/10, 4884(T)/10,
5117(T)/10, 73(T)/11 and 74(T)/11.
1:75,000
1:20,000
66 90
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Publications
NP No. Title and other remarks Date Remarks

NP247(1) Annual Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners 2011 Part 1.
Annual Notices to Mariners 1-26.
Temporary and Preliminary Notices.

The 2011 edition of the Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners
Part 2 NP247(2) has been published on 27/01/11.
January 2011 This edition supersedes NP247(1)
2010 which is thereby cancelled.




ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 17 FEBRUARY 2011

New Editions of Admiralty Charts

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

1213
INT3350
International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Bonifacio Strait.
Golfo di Arzachena.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new
submarine power cable running east-west through Bonifacio
Strait.

Note: This new edition has not previously been announced as a
chart to be published on 17 February 2011.
1:50,000
1:50,000
1213
INT3350
25




ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011

New Admiralty Charts

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

3493 Red Sea – Sudan, Bashayer Oil Terminals and Approaches.
Bashayer Oil Terminals.
19°20′⋅00N. — 19°27′⋅05N., 37°17′⋅00E. — 37°23′⋅00E.
Approaches to Bashayer Oil Terminals.
19°14′⋅20N. — 19°31′⋅82N., 37°15′⋅00E. — 37°27′⋅65E.

Additional to existing chart cover, provides improved coverage of
Bashayer Oil Terminals and approaches.

1:20,000

1:50,000
- 32
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011

New Admiralty Leisure Folios


Chart



Title and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Edition

SC5617 Scotland, East Coast, Fife Ness to Inverness and the
Caledonian Canal.
- 1
st
Edition


5617.1 Isle of May to River Tay Entrance. 1:75,000


5617.2 River Tay Entrance to Montrose. 1:75,000


5617.3 Gourdon to Stonehaven. 1:75,000


5617.4 Aberdeen to Bay of Cruden. 1:75,000

5617.5 Peterhead to Fraserburgh. 1:75,000


5617.6 Fraserburgh to Banff. 1:75,000


5617.7 Banff to Buckie. 1:75,000


5617.8 Lossiemouth to Tarbat Ness. 1:75,000


5617.9 Approaches to Inverness Firth. 1:75,000


5617.10 Entrance to Inverness Firth. 1:20,000


5617.11 Inverness Firth – Northern Part. 1:20,000


5617.12 A Inverness Firth – Southern Part. 1:20,000


B Entrance to River Ness. 1:5,000


5617.13 Approaches to River Tay. 1:25,000


5617.14 River Tay – Tayport to Dundee. 1:25,000


5617.15 A Montrose Harbour. 1:7,500


B Arbroath Harbour. 1:12,500


C Stonehaven Harbour. 1:12,500


5617.16 Aberdeen Harbour. 1:7,500


5617.17 A Peterhead Bay and Harbours. 1:6,250

B Banff and Macduff. 1:20,000

C Fraserburgh. 1:6,250


5617.18 Harbours on the East Coast of Scotland.


A Buckie. 1:10,000


B Lossiemouth. 1:6,250


C Hopeman. 1:6,250


D Burghead. 1:6,250


E Nairn. 1:6,250


5617.19 Caledonian Canal – Northern Part and Inverness.


A Inverness. 1:5,000


B Inverness to Urquhart Bay. 1:75,000


C Loch Dochfour. 1:12,500


D Loch Ness – Urquhart Bay. 1:12,500


5617.20 Caledonian Canal – Central Part.


A Urquhart Bay to Fort Augustus. 1:75,000


B Fort Augustus to Laggan Locks. 1:75,000


C Fort Augustus. 1:12,500


D Loch Oich. 1:15,000


~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011

New Admiralty Leisure Folios (continued)

Chart



Title and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Edition




5617.21 Caledonian Canal – Southern Part.


A Laggan Locks to Corpach. 1:75,000


B Loch Lochy – Laggan Locks. 1:12,500


C Loch Lochy – Gairlochy Locks. 1:25,000


D Fort William. 1:25,000


E Entrance to Caledonian Canal. 1:6,250





A new product extending the Admiralty Leisure Chart
Folio Coverage. All charts are on ETRS89 Datum
which is WGS84 compatible.





New Editions of Admiralty Charts

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

231 Brazil – South Coast, Approaches to Porto de Paranaguá.
Porto de Paranaguá.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:50,000
1:25,000
231 95

344 China – Zhu Jiang, Shanban Zhou to Nizhou Tou.

Includes changes to depths, coastline, buoyage and lights. This
chart is now referred to WGS84 Datum.
1:25,000 344 50

397 Brazil – North Coast, Porto de Belém and Approaches.
A Entrance to Rio Pará.
B Approaches to Porto de Belém.
C Porto de Belém.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.

1:200,000
1:100,000
1:25,000
397 95

436 Brazil – South Coast, Canal de São Sebastião.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:40,000 436 95

535 Brazil – North Coast, Baía de São Marcos.
A Itaqui.
B Continuation to Terminal da Alumar.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:75,000
1:20,000
1:20,000
535 95
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011

New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

2021 England – South Coast, Harbours and Anchorages in the West
Solent Area.
A Beaulieu River.
B Upper Reaches of Beaulieu River.
C Isle of Wight, Alum Bay.
D Isle of Wight, Freshwater Bay.
E Isle of Wight, Newtown River.
F Approaches to Keyhaven.
G Lymington River.
H Isle of Wight, Yarmouth Harbour.
I Isle of Wight, River Yar.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and
Harbour Authority surveys and general amendments throughout.


1:10,000
1:10,000
1:12,500
1:5,000
1:12,500
1:7,500
1:5,000
1:3,000
1:12,500
2021 1


2392 Scotland – West Coast, Sound of Mull, Western Entrance.
56°35′⋅48N. — 56°43′⋅98N., 5°58′⋅88W. — 6°26′⋅97W.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
Surveys. The limits of the chart have been revised to provide
improved coverage in the approaches to Tobermory. The chart is
now referred to a WGS84 compatible datum.
1:25,000 2392 5

2398 Southern Ocean, îles Kerguelen.
Baie du Morbihan.

The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:300,000
1:75,000
2398 100

4206 South Atlantic Ocean, Tristan da Cunha Group to Discovery
Seamounts and Islas Orcadas Rise.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:3,500,000 4206 35

4600
INT600
International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, New Zealand
including Norfolk Island and Campbell Island.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:3,500,000 4600
INT600
71

4638
INT638
International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, Fiji to Kermadec
Islands including Tongatapu.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:1,500,000 4638
INT638
70

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011

New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

4639
INT639
International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, New Zealand,
Kermadec Islands to East Cape.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:1,500,000 4639
INT639
71

4707
INT707
International Chart Series, Indian Ocean, Maldives to Sumatera.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:3,500,000 4707
INT707
42

4802
INT802
International Chart Series, North Pacific Ocean, West Coast of
North America, United States and Mexico.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:3,500,000 4802
INT802
89

4810
INT810
International Chart Series, North Pacific Ocean, West Coast of
North America, Dixon Entrance to Unimak Pass.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:3,500,000 4810
INT810
92






ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN

Admiralty Charts

Chart to be
WITHDRAWN

Main Title
On publication of
New Chart/New Edition

643
INT7562
International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, East Coast,
Durban Harbour.
~643
INT7562

856 Morocco – West Coast, Oued Sebou to Casablanca. ~856

860 Morocco – West Coast, Approaches to Casablanca and
Mohammedia.
~860

1942
INT1502
International Chart Series, Scotland – North Coast, Fair Isle to Wick. ~1942
INT1502

1961 El Salvador – Honduras – Nicaragua, Ports and Anchorages in Golfo
de Fonseca.
~1961

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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Admiralty Charts (continued)

Chart to be
WITHDRAWN

Main Title
On publication of
New Chart/New Edition

2693
INT1570
International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Approaches to
Felixstowe, Harwich and Ipswich with the Rivers Stour, Orwell and
Deben.
~2693
INT1570

3944 Malacca Strait – Malaysia, Pulau Pinang to Kepulauan Sembilan. ~3944

4170
INT7561
International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa – East Coast,
Approaches to Durban.
~4170
INT7561

4201
INT201
International Chart Series, South Atlantic Ocean, South East Coast of
South America.
~4201
INT201

4806 North Pacific Ocean, San Francisco and Vancouver Island to
Mendocino Fracture Zone.
~4806

Aus134 Australia – South Coast, South Australia, Port Lincoln and
Approaches.
~Aus134

Aus235 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Approaches to Moreton Bay. ~Aus235

Aus236 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Moreton Bay. ~Aus236





~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE

Use of ECDIS - Anomalous display and alarm behaviour in some systems

Further examples of anomalous display and alarm behaviour have been noted in some ECDIS. A revised NAVAREA 1 warning (317/10)
was issued on 30 October 2010 (see below). Some of this anomalous behaviour appears to relate to software implementation issues,
especially in early ECDIS models.

In addition to reminding mariners not to rely solely on the automated checks and alarms for dangers provided by ECDIS during route
planning and voyage monitoring, the NAVAREA warning highlights the need to maintain ECDIS software to ensure any limitations in
operational capability are resolved. It recommends that appropriate checks are made with equipment manufacturers, especially where the
ENC display is the only source of chart information available.

Examples of anomalous behaviour:

1. A very small proportion of shoal soundings, especially those marked as “reported” on paper charts, are not visible when operating in the
default base or standard display modes and do not trigger automatic grounding alarms in route checking or monitoring modes. Most ENC
producers, including the UKHO, have now amended the way in which these particular shoal soundings have been encoded in S57 to resolve
this issue.

2. Some ECDIS may not activate alarms for all land areas shown on ENCs, even where these are surrounded by a shoal depth contour.
Whilst land areas such as islands are generally clearly identifiable on ECDIS, in some display configurations small islands can be difficult to
see as they may be obscured by other detail such as contour labels. This is most likely to be a problem where only very small scale
(usage band 1 and 2) ENCs are available. There are many oceanic areas for which the largest scale chart (both paper and ENC) issued is
1:3.5 million.

3. It has been noted that on some ECDIS some underwater obstruction hazards only display in ‘full / other’ display mode rather then in
default standard mode as might be expected.

The observed anomalies reinforce the need for the continued application of established navigation principles and skills including the
need to avoid over-reliance on a single system. Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of the entire planned
route using the ‘other / all’ display mode to confirm that it, and any deviations from it, is clear of dangers.


NAVAREA I – 317/10
290525Z OCT 10

As previously notified by NAVAREA warning, mariners using ECDIS are reminded not to rely solely on automated voyage planning and
monitoring checks and alarms. Some ECDIS appear only to undertake route check functions on larger scale ENCs and therefore alarms
might not activate. This may not be clearly indicated on the ECDIS display. Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of
the entire planned route using the ‘other / all’ display mode to confirm that it, and any deviations from it, is clear of dangers.

Recent preliminary investigation indicates that some ECDIS may not display certain combinations of chart features and attributes correctly
and on rare occasions may fail to display a navigationally significant feature. This appears to be caused by anomalous behaviour in some
ECDIS software, especially early versions. The existence of such anomalies highlights the importance of maintaining ECDIS software to
ensure that operational capability and reliability are maintained. It is recommended that appropriate checks are made with the equipment
manufacturer. This is of particular importance where ECDIS is the only source of chart information available to the mariner

The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) is investigating these matters in consultation with ECDIS equipment manufacturers.
Further information will be made available through Notices to Mariners and within the UK element of the README.TXT file included on
ENC service media.

Cancel 230/10.
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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1.17
ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE (continued)


The README.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest Base and Update discs contains important safety related
information relating to the contents of the disc.

This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration. The last 3 updates
are identified at the start of the file.


The latest README.TXT file is also located on the UKHO website at:
www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Documents/README.txt

Latest Issue Dates of the AVCS and ECDIS Base CDs is Week 03/11, 20 January 2011.





ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERVICE – LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS


RC

Last issue date

Reissue Date

RC1

8
th
July 2010


RC2

11
th
November 2010


RC3

3
rd
February 2011


RC4

28
th
October 2010


RC5

1
st
April 2010
10
th
March 2011

RC6

20
th
May 2010

RC7

19
th
November 2009
17
th
February 2011

RC8
22
nd
July 2010


RC9
6
th
May 2010


RC10
3
rd
December 2009 31
st
March 2011

RC11

8
th
May 2008



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX
(1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
(2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 – 2.11
(3) North Russia, Norway, The Færoe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11
(4) Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12 – 2.13
(5) North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . 2.13 – 2.16
(6) France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.16
(7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.16 – 2.20
(9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21
(11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21 – 2.25
(12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.26
(14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.26 – 2.27
(15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.27 – 2.28
(16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.28 – 2.29
(17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.29 – 2.30
(18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.30 – 2.31
(19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(20) Pacific Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31 – 2.32
(21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32 – 2.33
(22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.33 – 2.34
(23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.34
(25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.34 – 2.36
(26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.36 – 2.41
(27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.42 – 2.51
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
384* 2.21 32
385 2.30 64
386 2.12 11
387* 2.7 2
388* 2.8 1, 2
389 2.13 9
390 2.16 29
391* 2.9 7
392 2.36 81
393 2.17 30
394 2.17 31
395 2.26 45
396 2.29 48
397 2.18 31
398 2.26 50
399 2.26 50
400 2.29 59
401 2.31 66
402 2.34 86
403 2.18 27
404 2.27 55
405 2.27 53
406 2.28 54
407(T)/11 2.47 55
408(T)/11 2.48 55
409(T)/11 2.48 53
410(T)/11 2.48 53
411(T)/11 2.48 53
412(T)/11 2.49 54
413(T)/11 2.49 54
414* 2.9 7
415(T)/11 2.51 95
416(P)/11 2.51 71
417 2.28 52
418 2.28 52
419 2.29 52, 53
420 2.30 66
421* 2.10 8
422 2.26 52
423 2.21 36
424 2.27 47
425 2.34 95
426* 2.10 6, 13
427 2.36 81
428(P)/11 2.46 40
429 2.21 40
430 2.12 10
431 2.37 78, 82
432 2.37 79
433 2.37 80
434 2.38 80
435 2.35 83
436 2.35 83
437 2.38 81
438 2.38 81
439(T)/11 2.46 52
440(T)/11 2.43 7, 9
441(T)/11 2.46 48, 50
442(T)/11 2.47 50
443(T)/11 2.46 27
444(P)/11 2.50 52
445 2.35 86
446 2.38 79
447 2.32 90
448 2.39 78, 79
449 2.22 40
450* 2.22 40
451 2.24 40
452 2.35 83
453 2.32 90
454 2.39 80
455 2.39 79
456 2.33 89
457 2.33 90
458 2.19 25
459 2.29 52
460 2.39 80
461 2.27 50
462(T)/11 2.42 10, 11
463(T)/11 2.51 52
464(T)/11 2.47 50
465(T)/11 2.47 50
466(T)/11 2.51 52
467 2.12 10
468 2.12 10
469 2.11 13
470* 2.11 5
471* 2.11 7, 8
472 2.11 14
473 2.13 11
474 2.19 31
475 2.19 27
476 2.13 10
477 2.33 89
478 2.35 83
479 2.40 81
480 2.40 81, 82
481 2.30 46
482 2.27 50
483 2.20 26
484 2.41 76
485 2.16 18
486 2.16 18
487 2.41 81
488 2.41 81
489 2.41 81
490 2.41 81
491 2.29 56
492 2.20 25
493 2.36 83
494 2.36 83
495 2.25 40
496 2.31 68
497 2.13 9
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
498 2.33 98
499 2.34 98
500 2.34 98
501 2.32 57, 59
502 2.13 9
503 2.14 9
504 2.15 7, 9
505 2.16 7, 9
506 2.7 45, 52
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
80 453
87 486
110 440T, 503
112 440T
118 483
120 440T
122 503
124 440T
125 503
127 419
153 492
155 492
207 503
219 426
267 440T
324 484
426 389
478 445
521 415T
535 425
590 477
693 423
763 501
764 501
792 506
897 456
913 417, 418
935 496
1057 390
1080 473
1124 464T
1126 465T
1148 388
1149 388
1152 387
1168 388
1178 388
1183 471
1186 421
1204 458
1233 426
1239 426
1250 506
1253 422
1270 444P
1271 444P, 463T
1342 407T
1408 505
1422 440T
1423 440T, 504
1444 475
1467 443T
1471 403
1504 505
1592 461
1602 464T
1603 398, 399
1606 471
1607 471
1609 471
1619 399
1627 391
1630 502, 503
1631 505
1633 440T, 497
1635 440T, 497
1721 442T
1759 442T
1853 498
1872 502
1875 440T
1935 391
1948 396
1962 441T
1968 441T
2079 402
2101 393
2107 467
2116 492
2137 481
2182A 504
2182B 504
2182C 426
2182D 426
2209 470
2214 397
2215 468
2227 386
2241 462T, 476
2248 462T, 473
2321 472
2360 430
2484 421
2492 480
2523 450
2534 470
2565 388
2604 427
2605 392
2666 431
2670 480
2695 414
2807 438
2810 437
2813 490
2829 487
2837 449, 450
2847 450
2850 479
2857 430
2858 449, 450
2860 480
2873 481
2883 451
2886 450, 451
2887 449, 451
2888 449, 451
2889 449
2919 487
2959 408T
2987 469
3015 400
3026 482
3044 491
3089 499
3092 500
3148 478
3149 494
3150 436
3173 451
3175 449
3192 493
3257 485
3312 474
3316 394
3365 418
3390 466T
3391 419
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
3480 422, 439T
3489 441T
3523 495
3528 420
3599 451
3631 440T, 497
3632 440T
3634 485, 486
3666 459
3686 488
3688 489
3766 440T
3767 440T
3777 428P, 429
3785 384
3788 428P, 429
3790 428P
3812 428P, 429
3841 435
3850 452
3921 506
3928 418
3943 506
3945 506
3950 450
4043 395
4052 501
4118 424
4403 480
4404 431
4507 501
4733 431
4734 431
4746 460
4749 433
4750 454
4753 434
4754 434
4757 446
4765 446
4767 448
4770 432
4774 448
4786 455
4787 455
4922 447
4945 447
4950 453
4951 453
4963 457
Australian
Chart No.
Notices
Aus 112 385
Aus 113 385
Aus 117 385
Aus 811 401
New Zealand
Chart No.
Notices
NZ 5412 416P
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
Japanese
Chart No.
Notices
JP 94 405
JP 101A 412T
JP 120 404
JP 1057B 411T
JP 1061 410T
JP 1065 410T
JP 1088 409T
JP 1102 413T
JP 1103 412T
JP 1108 413T
JP 1127A 406
International
Chart No.
Notices
INT 52 501
INT 403 480
INT 404 431
INT 507 501
INT 553 441T
INT 750 449, 450
INT 1040 426
INT 1041 426
INT 1042 504
INT 1043 504
INT 1044 440T
INT 1045 440T, 504
INT 1060 426
INT 1301 467
INT 1411 440T
INT 1412 440T
INT 1413 440T, 497
INT 1416 502, 503
INT 1417 440T, 497
INT 1418 505
INT 1448 389
INT 1461 440T, 497
INT 1462 440T
INT 1465 503
INT 1469 503
INT 1471 440T
INT 1472 503
INT 1473 440T, 503
INT 1479 440T
INT 1500 426
INT 1510 505
INT 1551 391
INT 1561 471
INT 1562 471
INT 1574 421
INT 1611 388
INT 1700 388
INT 1870 485
INT 3192 492
INT 3195 492
INT 3657 393
INT 4632 434
INT 4633 434
INT 5251 459
INT 5252 418
INT 5254 417, 418
INT 5360 419
INT 5362 466T
INT 5363 444P
INT 7017 449, 450
INT 7018 450
INT 7199 449, 451
INT 7211 449
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
INT 7212 449
INT 7232 449, 451
INT 7243 450, 451
INT 7250 450
INT 7252 428P
INT 7260 451
INT 7266 428P, 429
INT 7268 428P, 429
INT 7692 423
International
Chart No.
Notices
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2.7
506 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
792 3423/10 Insert accompanying note, CHART 3944: POSITIONS, centred on
4° 15´·62N., 100° 37´·60E.
1250 365/11 Insert chart limit and number, 2650, as follows:
3921 1115/10 Insert accompanying note, CHART 3944: POSITIONS, centred on
3° 18´·8N., 98° 26´·2E.
Amend reference in W border at latitude 4° 07´·5N. to read, Adjoining Chart 3944 (see
Note - POSITIONS).
3943 4932/10 Amend reference in S border at longitude 100° 05´·0E. to read, Adjoining Chart 3944
(see Note - POSITIONS).
Substitute accompanying note, CHARTS 1366 AND 3944: POSITIONS, for existing
note, CHART 1366: POSITIONS, centred on 6° 10´·0N., 100° 19´·5E.
3945 2736/10 Insert accompanying note, CHART 3944: POSITIONS, centred on
3° 35´·5N., 100° 26´·5E.
Amend reference in N border at longitude 100° 12´·5E. to read, Adjoining Chart 3944
(see Note - POSITIONS).
387* ENGLAND - Bristol Channel - Bridgwater Bay - Gore Sand Northwards - Drying heights. Depth.
Source: Port of Bridgwater
Chart 1152 [ previous update 249/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert drying height 0
5
enclosed by 0m low water line
51° 15´·24N., 3° 5´·91W.
(a) 51° 15´·02N., 3° 4´·66W.
Delete depth 0
5
, adjacent to:
(a) above
North: 38° 35´·20N. East: 118° 22´·90E.
South: 38° 14´·50N. West: 117° 42´·50E.
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388* ENGLAND - West Coast - Saint Ives Bay North-westwards - Obstruction. Restricted area. Buoy. Submarine
power cable.
Source: South West RDA
Note: Former Notice 4727(P)/10 is cancelled.
Chart 1148 [ previous update 6220/09 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
(a) 50° 20´·82N., 5° 37´·13W.
circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (0·27M),

,
centred on:
(a) above

Fl.Y.5s, close W of:
(a) above
submarine power cable,

, joining:
(a) above
50° 20´·20N., 5° 37´·82W.
50° 18´·97N., 5° 37´·52W.
50° 17´·92N., 5° 36´·29W.
50° 17´·90N., 5° 35´·47W.
50° 16´·49N., 5° 32´·23W.
(E border)
Chart 1149 [ previous update 6220/09 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
(a) 50° 20´·82N., 5° 37´·13W.
circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (0·27M),

,
centred on:
(a) above

Fl.Y.5s, close W of:
(a) above
submarine power cable,

, joining:
(a) above
50° 20´·20N., 5° 37´·82W.
50° 18´·97N., 5° 37´·52W.
50° 17´·92N., 5° 36´·29W.
50° 17´·90N., 5° 35´·47W.
50° 16´·21N., 5° 31´·59W.
50° 15´·11N., 5° 31´·01W.
50° 14´·24N., 5° 30´·11W.
50° 13´·96N., 5° 27´·68W.
50° 12´·89N., 5° 25´·53W.
50° 11´·69N., 5° 25´·92W.(shore)
Chart 1168 (plan C, Saint Ives Bay) [ previous update 4686/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
50° 16´·58N., 5° 32´·57W.
(W border)
50° 16´·23N., 5° 31´·60W.
50° 15´·11N., 5° 31´·01W.
50° 14´·24N., 5° 30´·11W.
50° 13´·96N., 5° 27´·68W.
50° 13´·33N., 5° 26´·33W.
50° 12´·93N., 5° 25´·73W.
50° 12´·71N., 5° 25´·63W.
50° 12´·16N., 5° 25´·72W.
50° 11´·69N., 5° 25´·92W.(shore)
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Chart 1178 (INT 1611) [ previous update 5219/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.5s
(a) 50° 20´·82N., 5° 37´·13W.
submarine power cable,

, joining:
(a) above
50° 20´·20N., 5° 37´·82W.
50° 18´·50N., 5° 37´·25W.
50° 16´·21N., 5° 31´·59W.
50° 14´·23N., 5° 30´·31W.
50° 13´·96N., 5° 27´·68W.
50° 12´·89N., 5° 25´·53W.
50° 11´·69N., 5° 25´·92W.(shore)
Chart 2565 (INT 1700) [ previous update 204/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
(a) 50° 20´·82N., 5° 37´·13W.
circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (0·27M),

,
centred on:
(a) above

Fl.Y.5s, close W of:
(a) above
submarine power cable,

, joining:
(a) above
50° 20´·20N., 5° 37´·82W.
50° 18´·50N., 5° 37´·25W.
50° 16´·21N., 5° 31´·59W.
50° 14´·23N., 5° 30´·31W.
50° 13´·96N., 5° 27´·68W.
50° 12´·89N., 5° 25´·53W.
50° 11´·69N., 5° 25´·92W.(shore)
391* ENGLAND - East Coast - Sunderland - Old North Pier - Fog signal.
Light List Vol. A, 2010/11, 2686
Source: Port of Sunderland Notice 15/10
Chart 1627 (INT 1551) (panel A, Sunderland) [ previous update 3862/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete fog signal, Horn(1)10s, at light
54° 55´·13N., 1° 21´·61W.
Chart 1935 [ previous update 1204/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete fog signal, Horn(1)10s, at light
54° 55´·13N., 1° 21´·61W.
414* ENGLAND - East Coast - Orford Haven - Depths. Drying heights. Coastline.
Source: Trinity House
Chart 2695 [ previous update 3230/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
drying heights and coastline, centred on:
52° 02´·35N., 1° 27´·97E.
388* ENGLAND - West Coast - Saint Ives Bay North-westwards - Obstruction. Restricted area. Buoy. Submarine
power cable. (continued)
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421* ENGLAND - East Coast - River Thames - Gravesend Reach, Thames Haven (Shellhaven) South-eastwards
and Coryton South-westwards - Depth. Buoyage. Mooring buoy.
Source: Port of London Authority
Chart 1186 (panel B, Coalhouse Point to Tilbury) [ previous update 5623/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 8
2

51° 26´·882N., 0° 23´·381E.
Chart 1186 (panel A, Canvey Island to Coalhouse Point) [ previous update 5623/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Substitute

Fl.Y.5s DEL for
~
Fl.Y.5s DEL
51° 30´·110N., 0° 29´·180E.
Move

Fl.Y.2·5s Works, from:
51° 30´·279N., 0° 30´·783E.
to:
51° 30´·306N., 0° 31´·006E.
Chart 2484 (INT 1574) (panel A, Hole Haven to Purfleet) [ previous update 253/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Substitute

Fl.Y.5s for
~
Fl.Y.5s
51° 30´·11N., 0° 29´·18E.
Move

Fl.Y.2·5s, from:
51° 30´·28N., 0° 30´·78E.
to:
51° 30´·31N., 0° 31´·01E.
426* SCOTLAND - Shetland Islands - Clair Oil Field North-north-eastwards - Well.
Source: TOTAL E&P UK Limited & Department of Energy and Climate Change
Chart 219 (INT 1060) [ previous update 284/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
···
Well
60° 56´·1N., 2° 14´·0W.
Chart 1233 (INT 1500) [ previous update 3074/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
···
Well
60° 56´·05N., 2° 13´·97W.
Chart 1239 [ previous update 5853/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
···
Well
60° 56´·1N., 2° 14´·0W.
Chart 2182C (INT 1041) [ previous update 217/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
60° 56´·1N., 2° 14´·0W.
Chart 2182D (INT 1040) [ previous update 4590/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
60° 56´·1N., 2° 14´·0W.
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470* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Sound of Raasay - Rubh’an Tòrra Mhóir East-north-eastwards -
Buoy.
Source: Highland Harbours
Chart 2209 [ previous update 5239/10 ] OSGB36 DATUM
Insert
·
Fl(2)G.8s
57° 19´·33N., 6° 05´·45W.
Chart 2534 (plan A, Sound of Raasay) [ previous update 5239/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
·
Fl(2)G.8s
57° 19´·31N., 6° 05´·52W.
471* ENGLAND - Thames Estuary - Pan Sand Southwards - Obstruction.
Source: Port of London Authority
Chart 1183 (INT 1561) [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
51° 27´·83N., 1° 09´·97E.
Chart 1606 [ previous update 6187/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
51° 27´·83N., 1° 09´·97E.
Chart 1607 (INT 1562) [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
51° 27´·83N., 1° 09´·97E.
Chart 1609 [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
51° 27´·83N., 1° 09´·97E.
469 NORWAY - South Coast - Kristiansand - Kinn Westwards - Depth.
Source: ENC NO5E0616
Chart 2987 (plan B, Kristiansand) [ previous update 6333/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert depth 14 enclosed by 20m contour
58° 05´·737N., 8° 01´·156E.
472 NORWAY - West Coast - Vestfjorden - Røst South-eastwards - Depths.
Source: ENC NO4D2425 & NO4D2424
Chart 2321 [ previous update New Edition 04/11/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 208
(a) 67° 18´·91N., 12° 36´·42E.
depth 198 enclosed by 200m contour
(b) 67° 19´·41N., 12° 29´·66E.
depth 180 and extend 200m approximate contour S to enclose
(c) 67° 19´·01N., 12° 16´·65E.
depth 178 and extend 200m contour N to enclose
67° 17´·56N., 12° 14´·97E.
Delete depth 268, close SE of:
(a) above
depth 250, close S of:
(b) above
depth 220, close W of:
(c) above
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386 ESTONIA - Tallinna Laht - Vahemadal South-westwards and Paljassaare Kari Eastwards - Depths.
Buoy.
Source: UKHO
Chart 2227 [ previous update 6208/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 8
(a) 59° 30´·50N., 24° 39´·76E.
·
59° 29´·91N., 24° 42´·35E.
Delete depth 8
6
, close SE of:
(a) above
430 SWEDEN - South Coast - Hasslö Westwards - Rännbåden and L Kråkan - Beacon. Rock.
Fixed point.
Source: ENC SE4DI0XO & Swedish Notice 335/5914/10
Chart 2360 [ previous update 178/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
·
(dest) for
·
56° 07´·02N., 15° 22´·30E.
Chart 2857 [ previous update 5738/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
¹
56° 07´·05N., 15° 18´·51E.
Substitute

Rännbåden (dest) for

Rännbåden
56° 07´·08N., 15° 18´·63E.
·
L Kråken (dest) for
·
L Kråken
56° 06´·98N., 15° 22´·37E.
467 SWEDEN - West Coast - Kattegat - Dybe Rende - Wrecks.
Source: ENC SE2BHS0W
Chart 2107 (INT 1301) [ previous update 319/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
··
Wk
(a) 57° 39´·28N., 11° 18´·88E.
Delete
··
Wk, adjacent to:
(a) above
468 ESTONIA - Gulf of Rõ
-
ga - Kihnu madal North-westwards - Obstruction. Buoy.
Source: Estonian Notices 1/24-25/11
Chart 2215 [ previous update 5643/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
··
Obstn
(a) 58° 04´·00N., 23° 51´·40E.

, close W of:
(a) above
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473 BALTIC SEA - Gulf of Finland - Approaches to Helsinki - TSS Off Porkkala Lighthouse -
Depth.
Source: Finnish Chart 18
Chart 1080 [ previous update 5964/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 56
59° 51´·00N., 24° 51´·74E.
Chart 2248 [ previous update 6320/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 56
59° 51´·00N., 24° 51´·74E.
476 FINLAND - South Coast - Hanko South-eastwards - Jussaro South-westwards - Depths.
Source: UKHO
Chart 2241 [ previous update 267/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute depth 4
2
for depth 5
7

59° 45´·9N., 23° 28´·4E.
389 DENMARK - North Sea Coast - Thyborøn Kanal - Agger Tange Southwards - Buoy.
Source: ENC DK4LIMFW
Chart 426 (INT 1448) (plan A, Thyborøn Kanal) [ previous update 230/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Q.R
56° 43´·27N., 8° 13´·37E.
497 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - Borkum - Automatic Identification System.
Source: German Hydrographic Office and Netherlands Notice 2/51/11
Chart 1633 (INT 1417) [ previous update 358/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at lighthouse
53° 34´·73N., 6° 40´·01E.
Chart 1635 (INT 1413) [ previous update 6261/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at lighthouse
53° 34´·73N., 6° 40´·01E.
Chart 3631 (INT 1461) [ previous update 373/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at lighthouse
53° 34´·73N., 6° 40´·01E.
502 NORTH SEA - Belgian and French Sectors - Fairy Bank North-eastwards and Westwards -
Depths.
Source: ENCs BE4VLBNK & FR401030
Chart 1630 (INT 1416) [ previous update New Edition 16/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 10
8

51° 28´·20N., 2° 23´·72E.
depth 22
51° 24´·66N., 2° 10´·97E.
Chart 1872 [ previous update 6105/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 10
8

51° 28´·20N., 2° 23´·72E.
depth 22
51° 24´·66N., 2° 10´·97E.
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503 NETHERLANDS - Europoort and Den Haag - Maasvlakte Westwards and Scheveningen Northwards -
Restricted area. Buoyage.
Source: Netherlands Notices 2/45/11 & 2/50/11
Chart 110 (INT 1473) [ previous update 6104/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
51° 58´·45N., 3° 57´·65E.
(N border)
(a) 51° 56´·90N., 3° 57´·01E.
Move

Q(9)15s MV-B, from:
51° 56´·50N., 3° 57´·20E.
to:
(a) above
Delete

Q(9)15s MV-C
(b) 51° 57´·80N., 3° 56´·70E.
former limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line,
joining:
51° 58´·45N., 3° 57´·30E.
(N border)
(b) above
(a) above
Chart 122 (INT 1472) [ previous update 6338/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
(a) 51° 59´·10N., 3° 57´·90E.
(b) 51° 56´·90N., 3° 57´·01E.
Substitute

Q(9)15s MV-C for

Q(9)15s MV-D
(a) above
Move

Q(9)15s MV-B, from:
51° 56´·50N., 3° 57´·20E.
to:
(b) above
Delete
former

Q(9)15s MV-C
(c) 51° 57´·80N., 3° 56´·70E.
former limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line,
joining:
(a) above
(c) above
(b) above

VQ(9)10s HOPPER A
52° 07´·65N., 4° 15´·07E.
Chart 125 (INT 1469) [ previous update 5859/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

VQ(9)10s HOPPER A
52° 07´·65N., 4° 15´·07E.
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Chart 207 (INT 1465) [ previous update 5486/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
(a) 51° 59´·10N., 3° 57´·90E.
(b) 51° 56´·90N., 3° 57´·01E.
(c) 51° 56´·50N., 3° 57´·20E.

Q(9)15s MV-B
(b) above
Substitute

Q(9)15s MV-C for

Q(9)15s MV-D
(a) above
Delete

Q(9)15s MV-B
(c) above
former limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line,
joining:
(a) above
51° 58´·13N., 3° 57´·00E.
(W border)
and
(c) above
51° 57´·02N., 3° 57´·00E.
(W border)
Chart 1630 (INT 1416) [ previous update 502/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
(a) 51° 59´·10N., 3° 57´·90E.
(b) 51° 56´·90N., 3° 57´·01E.
Substitute

Q(9)15s MV-C for

Q(9)15s MV-D
(a) above
Move

Q(9)15s MV-B, from:
51° 56´·50N., 3° 57´·20E.
to:
(b) above
Delete
former

Q(9)15s MV-C
(c) 51° 57´·80N., 3° 56´·70E.
former limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line,
joining:
(a) above
(c) above
(b) above
504 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector - Lower Scruff-Southeastwards - Buoyage. Radar beacon.
Light List Vol. A, 2010/11, 7685
ALRS Vol. 2, 2010/11: 55200 (5/11)
Source: Netherlands Notice 2/47/11
Chart 1423 (INT 1045) [ previous update 6261/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
·
Fl.6s for

IVQ.Y.10s
54° 56´·38N., 4° 35´·66E.
Delete radar beacon, Racon (D), at platform
54° 56´·68N., 4° 34´·45E.
Chart 2182A (INT 1043) [ previous update 5859/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon (D), at platform
54° 56´·7N., 4° 34´·5E.
Chart 2182B (INT 1042) [ previous update 6297/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon (D), at platform
54° 56´·7N., 4° 34´·5E.
503 NETHERLANDS - Europoort and Den Haag - Maasvlakte Westwards and Scheveningen Northwards -
Restricted area. Buoyage. (continued)
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505 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector - Bruine Bank (Brown Ridge) Southwards - Buoy.
Source: Netherlands Notice 2/47/11
Chart 1408 [ previous update 6220/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
·
Fl.6s for

Fl.Y.4s
52° 22´·2N., 3° 21´·1E.
Chart 1504 (INT 1510) [ previous update 6117/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
·
Fl.6s for

Fl.Y.4s
52° 22´·20N., 3° 21´·14E.
Chart 1631 (INT 1418) [ previous update 6220/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
·
Fl.6s for

Fl.Y.4s
52° 22´·20N., 3° 21´·14E.
485 PORTUGAL - West Coast - Approaches to Viana do Castelo - Viana Do Castelo South-westwards - Spoil
ground. Restricted area.
Source: ENC PT426401
Chart 3257 (INT 1870) [ previous update 1925/10 ] ED50 DATUM
Insert circular limit of spoil ground, radius 875m (0·5M), pecked line,
centred on:
(a) 41° 38´·67N., 8° 53´·60W.
~
, centred on:
(a) above
Chart 3634 [ previous update 6250/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert circular limit of spoil ground, radius 875m (0·5M), pecked line,
centred on:
(a) 41° 38´·60N., 8° 53´·69W.
~
, centred on:
(a) above
486 PORTUGAL - West Coast - Porto Westwards - Data buoy.
Source: ENC PT221101
Chart 87 [ previous update 5963/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS
41° 11´·6N., 9° 33´·9W.
Chart 3634 [ previous update 485/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS
41° 11´·62N., 9° 34´·19W.
390 TURKEY - West Coast - Kuşadasõ - Marina - Lights.
Light List Vol. E, 2010/11, 4664.3, 4664.4
Source: Turkish Notice 50/295/10
Chart 1057 (plan B, Kuşadasõ) [ previous update 6293/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(2)G.4s8m5M
37° 52´·102N., 27° 15´·670E.
light to, Fl(2)R.4s12m5M
37° 52´·053N., 27° 15´·570E.
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393 TURKEY - South Coast - Mersin Limanõ - Lights.
Light List Vol. E, 2010/11, 5873.4, 5873.5, 5873.55
Source: Turkish Notice 50/298/10
Chart 2101 (INT 3657) [ previous update 5784/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
÷
Fl(2+1)G.12s9m3M
36° 48´·232N., 34° 39´·105E.
÷
Fl(2)Y.10s9m3M
36° 47´·960N., 34° 38´·935E.
÷
Fl(3)Y.8s9m3M
36° 47´·743N., 34° 38´·267E.
394 RUSSIA - Black Sea Coast - Port Novorossiysk - Zapadnyy Mol Northwards - Obstructions.
Source: Russian Notice 2/87/10
Chart 3316 (plan A, Port Novorossiysk) [ previous update 1200/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert
·
Obstn
44° 43´·370N., 37° 47´·702E.
·
Obstn
44° 43´·342N., 37° 47´·640E.
·
Obstn
44° 43´·310N., 37° 47´·580E.
·
Obstn
44° 43´·288N., 37° 47´·515E.
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397 UKRAINE - Kryms’kyy Pivostriv Westwards and Southwards - Approaches to Sevastopol’ and Yalta -
Traffic separation schemes. Recommended routes. Light. Maritime limit. Radiobeacons.
Legends.
Light List Vol. E, 2010/11, 5328.5
Source: Ukrainian Notice 43/324/10
Note: Former Notice 6676(P)/08 is cancelled.
Chart 2214 [ previous update 4822/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to traffic
separation schemes, recommended routes, light, maritime
limit, radiobeacons and legends, centred on:
44° 21´·0N., 34° 27´·0E.
recommended route, pecked line, joining:
(a) 45° 34´·5N., 31° 54´·5E.
(existing route)
45° 25´·0N., 32° 04´·2E.
(b) 44° 58´·0N., 32° 37´·5E.
(W limit of block)
and
(c) 45° 34´·5N., 31° 47´·4E.
(existing route)
(d) 44° 55´·0N., 32° 37´·5E.
(W limit of block)
legend, Route No 82, along:
(a)-(b) above
legend, Route No 81, along:
(c)-(d) above
Delete legend, Routeing Measures (see NM 6676(P)/08), centred on:
45° 41´·0N., 31° 13´·0E.
former recommended route and associated legend, Route No
82, joining:
(a) above
45° 02´·0N., 32° 37´·5E.
(W limit of block)
former recommended route and associated legend, Route No
81, joining:
(c) above
44° 59´·2N., 32° 37´·5E.
(W limit of block)
403 ITALY - East Coast - Gulf of Trieste - Baia di Panzano - Obstructions.
Source: Italian Notice 24/Section C/T48005/10
Chart 1471 [ previous update 201/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstns
45° 44´·98N., 13° 35´·80E.
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458 ITALY - Sardegna - Golfo dell’ Asinara - Submarine power cable.
Source: Italian Notice 24.14/10
Chart 1204 [ previous update New Edition 03/06/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
40° 50´·69N., 8° 18´·78E.(shore)
40° 55´·17N., 8° 21´·28E.
40° 55´·51N., 8° 21´·83E.
40° 56´·74N., 8° 34´·41E.
40° 57´·94N., 8° 39´·58E.
40° 59´·02N., 8° 43´·61E.
40° 59´·69N., 8° 44´·98E.
41° 00´·44N., 8° 47´·88E.
41° 00´·79N., 8° 48´·28E.
41° 01´·83N., 8° 48´·81E.
(E border)
474 RUSSIA - Black Sea Coast - Sochi - North Mole Westwards - Depth.
Source: ENC RU5MALT1
Chart 3312 (plan B, Sochi) [ previous update 5308/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert depth 10 enclosed by 10m contour
43° 34´·680N., 39° 42´·387E.
475 ITALY - East Coast - Approaches to Ancona - Numana Eastwards - Wreck. Restricted area. Buoy.
Source: Italian Notice 24.21/10
Chart 1444 (plan A, Approaches to Ancona and Falconara Marittima) [ previous update 627/10 ] MONTE MARIO 1940
DATUM
Insert

(a) 43° 30´·06N., 13° 40´·21E.
semi-circular limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, radius
0·27M, pecked line, centred on (a) above, joining:
43° 30´·00N., 13° 39´·85E.
(S border)
43° 30´·00N., 13° 40´·60E.
(S border)

Fl(2)10s, close NE of:
(a) above
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483 ITALY - West Coast - Rada di La Spezia - Pta. S. Bartolomeo North-westwards and Pontile I.N.M.A. -
Restricted areas. Legends. Mooring buoys. Cautionary note. Depth.
Source: Italian Notices 23.1/10 & 24.23/10
Chart 118 (plan B, Rada di La Spezia) [ previous update 6045/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
(a) 44° 05´·789N., 9° 51´·132E.
(b) 44° 05´·789N., 9° 51´·382E.
(c) 44° 05´·572N., 9° 51´·382E.
(d) 44° 05´·572N., 9° 51´·132E.
legend, Entry Restricted (see Note), within:
(a)-(d) above
legend, Entry Restricted (see Note), centred on:
44° 05´·950N., 9° 51´·210E.
~
(e) 44° 05´·998N., 9° 51´·273E.
(f) 44° 05´·940N., 9° 51´·364E.
circular limit of restricted area, radius 50m,

, centred on:
(e) above
(f) above
Substitute the accompanying note, ENTRY RESTRICTED, for existing
note, centred on:
44° 04´·64N., 9° 48´·65E.
Delete depth 8
5
, adjacent to:
(e) above
492 FRANCE - South Coast - Cap Couronne North-westwards - Carro - Light.
Light List Vol. E, 2010/11, 0620
Source: French Notice 1/27/11
Chart 153 (INT 3195) [ previous update 4830/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Q.WR.8m9/6M
43° 19´·78N., 5° 02´·55E.
Chart 155 (INT 3192) [ previous update 5309/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Q.WR.8m9/6M
43° 19´·78N., 5° 02´·55E.
Chart 2116 [ previous update 5309/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Q.WR.8m9/6M
43° 19´·78N., 5° 02´·55E.
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423 TANZANIA - Approaches to Dar es Salaam - Depths.
Source: Tanzania Hydrographic Office
Chart 693 (INT 7692) [ previous update 4859/05 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 10
3

6° 48´·553S., 39° 18´·834E.
depth 13
4
and extend 15m contour N to enclose
(a) 6° 48´·746S., 39° 18´·710E.
depth 9
2

6° 49´·935S., 39° 17´·590E.
6° 49´·989S., 39° 17´·614E.
depth 9
6

6° 50´·030S., 39° 17´·632E.
depth 10
5

6° 50´·257S., 39° 17´·733E.
depth 10
4

6° 50´·304S., 39° 17´·752E.
depth 10
6

6° 50´·348S., 39° 17´·774E.
depth 8
2

6° 50´·528S., 39° 17´·905E.
Substitute depth 12
2
for depth 17
2
and extend 15m contour NW to
enclose
6° 48´·719S., 39° 18´·748E.
Delete depth 18, adjacent to:
(a) above
384* OMAN - South East Coast - Khalõ
-
j Maşõ
-
rah - Depths.
Source: HMS Enterprise
Chart 3785 [ previous update 110/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 20
2

19° 44´·9N., 58° 11´·3E.
depth 25
(a) 19° 44´·4N., 58° 15´·4E.
Delete depth 29, close NW of:
(a) above
429 SAUDI ARABIA - East Coast - Approaches to Ad Damma
-
m (Mõ
-
na
-
’ al Malik ’Abd al ’Azõ
-
z) -
Legends.
Source: UKHO
Chart 3777 (INT 7266) [ previous update 229/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend legend to, Dredging in progress (see NM 428(P)/11), centred
on:
26° 35´·75N., 50° 12´·72E.
Chart 3788 [ previous update 4332/10 ] NAHRWAN DATUM
Amend legend to, See NM 428(P)/11, centred on:
26° 36´·60N., 50° 13´·20E.
Chart 3812 (INT 7268) [ previous update 2617/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend legend to, Dredging in progress (see NM 428(P)/11), centred
on:
26° 36´·15N., 50° 13´·50E.
26° 30´·54N., 50° 11´·73E.
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449 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Sha
-
rjah (Ash Sha
-
riqah) - Az Zorah Oilfield Westwards - Wreck.
Source: Hydropac 2895/10
Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 279/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·9N., 55° 01´·8E.
Chart 2858 (INT 750) [ previous update 5369/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·9N., 55° 01´·8E.
Chart 2887 (INT 7232) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·9N., 55° 01´·8E.
Chart 2888 (INT 7199) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·9N., 55° 01´·8E.
Chart 2889 (INT 7211) [ previous update 279/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·9N., 55° 01´·8E.
Chart 3175 (INT 7212) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

25° 36´·86N., 55° 01´·78E.
450* QATAR - Ra’s Laffa
-
n North-eastwards - Submarine pipeline. Legend.
Source: Shell International Exploration and Production
Chart 2523 (INT 7250) [ previous update 4859/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 09´·16N., 52° 04´·40E.(

)
26° 08´·97N., 52° 03´·63E.
(a) 26° 04´·10N., 51° 58´·42E.
(b) 26° 00´·30N., 51° 42´·24E.
26° 00´·37N., 51° 33´·90E.
26° 00´·28N., 51° 33´·50E.
25° 59´·92N., 51° 33´·05E.
25° 56´·82N., 51° 31´·23E.(shore)
and
26° 04´·30N., 51° 59´·49E. (

)
(a) above
legend, Gas (see Note - SUBMARINE CABLES AND
PIPELINES), along:
(a)-(b) above
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Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 449/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 09´·1N., 52° 04´·4E.(

)
(a) 26° 04´·1N., 51° 58´·4E.
(b) 26° 00´·3N., 51° 42´·2E.
26° 00´·4N., 51° 33´·3E.
25° 56´·7N., 51° 31´·2E.(shore)
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(a)-(b) above
Chart 2847 (INT 7018) [ previous update 6300/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 09´·1N., 52° 04´·4E.(

)
(a) 26° 04´·1N., 51° 58´·4E.
(b) 26° 00´·3N., 51° 42´·2E.
26° 00´·4N., 51° 33´·3E.
25° 56´·7N., 51° 31´·2E.(shore)
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(a)-(b) above
Chart 2858 (INT 750) [ previous update 449/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 09´·1N., 52° 04´·4E.(

)
(a) 26° 04´·1N., 51° 58´·4E.
(b) 26° 00´·3N., 51° 42´·2E.
26° 00´·3N., 51° 33´·3E.
25° 56´·8N., 51° 31´·2E.(shore)
legend, Gas, along:
(a)-(b) above
Chart 2886 (INT 7243) [ previous update New Edition 09/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 09´·1N., 52° 04´·4E.(

)
26° 09´·0N., 52° 03´·6E.
(a) 26° 04´·1N., 51° 58´·4E.
(b) 26° 00´·3N., 51° 42´·2E.
26° 00´·4N., 51° 33´·9E.
25° 59´·9N., 51° 33´·0E.
25° 56´·8N., 51° 31´·2E.(shore)
and
26° 04´·3N., 51° 59´·5E.(

)
(a) above
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(a)-(b) above
450* QATAR - Ra’s Laffa
-
n North-eastwards - Submarine pipeline. Legend. (continued)
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Chart 3950 [ previous update 229/11 ] REVISED NAHRWAN DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
26° 04´·62N., 51° 59´·08E.
(N border)
(a) 26° 04´·00N., 51° 58´·36E.
(b) 26° 00´·20N., 51° 42´·18E.
26° 00´·27N., 51° 33´·84E.
26° 00´·18N., 51° 33´·44E.
25° 59´·82N., 51° 32´·99E.
25° 56´·72N., 51° 31´·17E.(shore)
and
26° 04´·20N., 51° 59´·45E.(

)
(a) above
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(a)-(b) above
451 IRAN - Jazõ
-
reh-ye Lavan Westwards, Jazh-ye Qeys North-westwards, Jazõ
-
reh-ye Qeshm Westwards and
Bandar-e-Shahõ
-
d Ba
-
honar Southwards - Buoyage. Light.
Light List Vol. D, 2010/11, 7701
Source: Iranian Notice 5/2010
Chart 2883 (INT 7260) [ previous update 6300/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
26° 51´·0N., 53° 09´·00E.
Chart 2886 (INT 7243) [ previous update 450/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
26° 51´·0N., 53° 09´·00E.
450* QATAR - Ra’s Laffa
-
n North-eastwards - Submarine pipeline. Legend. (continued)
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Chart 2887 (INT 7232) [ previous update 449/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
26° 51´·0N., 53° 09´·0E.
26° 37´·2N., 55° 12´·9E.

Q
26° 34´·5N., 53° 54´·5E.
Delete
÷
Fl(2)10s8M
26° 39´·4N., 55° 16´·0E.
Chart 2888 (INT 7199) [ previous update 449/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
26° 37´·2N., 55° 12´·9E.
Delete
÷
Fl(2)10s8M
26° 39´·4N., 55° 16´·0E.
Chart 3173 [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s
27° 07´·60N., 56° 11´·80E.
Chart 3599 (plan B, Bandar-e-Shahõ
-
d Ba
-
honar) [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s
27° 07´·60N., 56° 11´·80E.
Chart 3599 [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s
27° 07´·60N., 56° 11´·80E.
495 OMAN - Wuda
-
m West-north-westwards - As Suwayq - Lights. Jetties.
Light List Vol. D, 2010/11, 7325.23, 7325.26
Source: Omani Notice 12/25/10
Chart 3523 [ previous update 4061/10 ] WGS72 DATUM
Insert
÷
LFl.G.6s
(a) 23° 51´·40N., 57° 26´·60E.
÷
LFl.R.6s
(b) 23° 51´·24N., 57° 26´·56E.
jetty, single firm line, joining:
(a) above
23° 51´·36N., 57° 26´·35E.
23° 51´·15N., 57° 26´·12E.(shore)
and
(b) above
23° 51´·00N., 57° 26´·56E.(shore)
451 IRAN - Jazõ
-
reh-ye Lavan Westwards, Jazh-ye Qeys North-westwards, Jazõ
-
reh-ye Qeshm Westwards and
Bandar-e-Shahõ
-
d Ba
-
honar Southwards - Buoyage. Light. (continued)
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395 SINGAPORE STRAIT - Johor (Malaysia) - Teluk Ampang Southwards - Restricted area.
Source: Marine Department, Malaysian Shipping Notice 35/10
Note: This update will be included in New Editions of Chart 4042 to be published 17 February 2011 and Chart 3831 to be
published 17 March 2011.
Chart 4043 [ previous update 5508/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,
'
, joining:
1° 18´·27N., 104° 10´·00E.
(E border)
1° 17´·80N., 104° 07´·30E.
1° 17´·40N., 104° 07´·65E.
1° 17´·81N., 104° 10´·00E.
(E border)
398 CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Beicao Shuidao - Buoy.
Source: UKHO
Note: This update has been included in a New Edition of Chart 1602 published 20 January 2011.
Chart 1603 [ previous update 4216/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Q.R D26 and associated Automatic Identification
System, AIS
31° 13´·89N., 122° 04´·43E.
399 CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Baoshan Hangdao and Xinliuhe Sha South-westwards - Legend.
Buoyage. Traffic separation scheme. Precautionary area. Automatic Identification System.
Radar beacon.
Source: Chinese Notices 43/1910(T)/10 & 48/2126/10
Chart 1603 [ previous update 398/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing a new legend and
amendments to buoy, traffic separation scheme and
precautionary area, centred on:
31° 26´·58N., 121° 29´·50E.
Chart 1619 [ previous update New Edition 26/08/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new buoyage and
amendments to traffic separation scheme, precautionary area,
Automatic Identification System, buoyage and radar beacon,
centred on:
31° 28´·43N., 121° 26´·30E.
422 CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Huang Hai - Lianyun Gang Eastwards - Wrecks.
Source: Chinese Notices 52/2276-2277/10
Chart 1253 [ previous update 6228/10 ] BEIJING 1954 DATUM
Insert

Rep (2010) PA
35° 02´·8N., 121° 13´·1E.
34° 40´·0N., 120° 30´·0E.
Chart 3480 [ previous update 6282/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

35° 02´·8N., 121° 13´·1E.
34° 40´·0N., 120° 30´·0E.
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424 CHINA - South Coast - Hong Kong - Central Part - Stonecutters Island - Naval Base Western Breakwater
Southwards - Buoy.
Source: Hong Kong Notice 26/47/10
Note: This update will be included in a New Edition of Chart 4119 to be published 10 February 2011.
Chart 4118 [ previous update 5548/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q.Y Naval Base
22° 18´·780N., 114° 08´·030E.
461 CHINA - East Coast - Ningbo Gang - Yongjiang Kou North-westwards - Legend.
Source: Chinese Notice 52/2314(T)/10
Chart 1592 [ previous update 6258/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert legend, Works in progress (2010), centred on:
29° 58´·91N., 121° 44´·10E.
482 CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Hong Kong - Lingding Yang - Mayou Shi Jiao -
Fog signal.
Light List Vol. F, 2010/11, 3521.4
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only
Chart 3026 [ previous update 350/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert fog signal, Horn Mo(U)30s, at light-vessel
22° 16´·62N., 113° 48´·33E.
404 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- North West Coast - Noto Hanto - Iida Wan - Fish havens. Depths. Foul.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/42/11
Chart JP 120 [ previous update 5592/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new fish havens and
amendments to depths, foul and fish havens, centred on:
37° 23´·8N., 137° 16´·9E.
405 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Ise Wan - Yokkaichi Ko - Depths. Dredged depth. Dredged area.
Source: Japanese Notice 02/44/11
Chart JP 94 [ previous update 5597/10 ] WGS84
Insert the accompanying block A, showing amendments to depths
and dredged depth, centred on:
34° 59´ 45·9"N., 136° 39´ 18·3"E.
the accompanying block B, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
34° 57´ 15·2"N., 136° 38´ 27·0"E.
the accompanying block C, showing amendments to depths
and dredged area, centred on:
34° 56´ 53·5"N., 136° 40´ 11·0"E.
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406 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Mizushima Ko - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/45/11
Chart JP 1127A [ previous update 3882/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block A, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
34° 30´ 59·4"N., 133° 44´ 11·4"E.
Chart JP 1127A (plan, Continuation of Eastern Part of Mizushima Ko) [ previous update 3882/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block B, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
34° 30´ 59·5"N., 133° 44´ 11·3"E.
417 KOREA - West Coast - Kogunsan Kundo - Lights.
Light List Vol. M, 2010/11, 4206.383, 4206.394
Source: Korean Notices 1/20 - 21/11
Chart 913 (INT 5254) [ previous update 6291/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
÷
Fl.G.4s7m8M
35° 43´·48N., 126° 31´·85E.
÷
Fl.R.4s7m8M
35° 49´·50N., 126° 28´·54E.
418 KOREA - South Coast - Chu
-
ngsan Do to Hwawon Bando, Changjuk Sudo and Pogilto - Submarine power
cable. Lights. Buoy.
Light List Vol. M, 2010/11, 4283.2, 4283.3
Source: Korean Notices 51/796/10 & 1/16-17/11
Chart 913 (INT 5254) [ previous update 417/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
34° 42´·05N., 126° 12´·08E. (shore)
34° 42´·59N., 126° 15´·82E.
34° 42´·45N., 126° 16´·28E. (shore)
Chart 3365 (INT 5252) [ previous update 5517/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
34° 42´·05N., 126° 12´·09E. (shore)
34° 42´·59N., 126° 15´·82E.
34° 42´·47N., 126° 16´·25E. (shore)
÷
Fl.R.4s15m6M & Fl.G.4s11m6M
34° 07´·81N., 126° 30´·61E.
Chart 3928 [ previous update 5517/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
34° 42´·09N., 126° 12´·07E. (shore)
34° 42´·04N., 126° 12´·43E.
34° 42´·17N., 126° 13´·04E.
34° 42´·59N., 126° 15´·82E.
34° 42´·47N., 126° 16´·23E. (shore)

34° 21´·08N., 126° 05´·30E.
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419 KOREA - South Coast - Dumido Northwards and Geumo Yeoldo - Depths. Buoy.
Source: Korean Notices 1/12/11 & 1/14/11
Chart 127 [ previous update 231/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 10
7
and extend 20m contour E to enclose
34° 29´·7N., 127° 43´·0E.
Chart 3391 (INT 5360) [ previous update 246/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

34° 44´·67N., 128° 10´·50E.
depth 10
7
and extend 20m contour SE to enclose
(a) 34° 29´·73N., 127° 43´·00E.
Delete depth 20
9
, adjacent to:
(a) above
459 KOREA - East Coast - Chongja Hang and Approaches to Kuryongp’ o Hang - Lights.
Fog signal.
Light List Vol. M, 2010/11, 4396.8, 4397.4, 4397.5, 4403.9
Source: Korean Notices 52/806/10 & 1/6-7/11
Chart 3666 (INT 5251) [ previous update 231/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
÷
Fl.R.5s13m5M
(a) 35° 33´·7N., 129° 27´·4E.
fog signal, Horn (1) 20s, at light
(a) above
÷
Fl.R.6s14m9M
35° 57´·1N., 129° 32´·7E.
Amend light to, Fl.G.6s9M & Fl(2)R.6s8M
35° 37´·0N., 129° 27´·2E.
491 RUSSIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Vladivostok - Bukhta Zolotoy Rog - Legend.
Source: Russian Notice 3/253/11 & UKHO
Chart 3044 [ previous update 6212/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert legend, Bridge under const (2011), centred on:
43° 06´·56N., 131° 53´·72E.
396 MALAYSIA - Sarawak - Kuala Rajang - Middle Bank Southwards - Wreck.
Source: Sarawak Marine Department Notice 65/10
Chart 1948 [ previous update 1697/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

2° 06´·66N., 111° 18´·71E.
400 INDONESIA - Kalimantan - Sungai Barito - Sungai Martapura - Jetties. Bridges. Coastline.
Source: ENC ID5017R1
Note: Former Notice 4572(P)/09 is cancelled.
Chart 3015 (plan B, Banjarmasin) [ previous update 6339/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new jetties and bridges and
amendments to coastline, centred on:
3° 20´·41S., 114° 34´·09E.
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420 INDONESIA - Papua - P. Habee - Light.
Light List Vol. K, 2010/11, 3340
Source: Indonesian Notice 51/483/10
Note: Radar beacon remains unchanged
Chart 3528 [ previous update 3338/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.4s35m24M
8° 14´·5S., 139° 26´·5E.
481 INDONESIA - Java Sea - Selat Baur - Kasenga - Radar beacon.
Light List Vol. K, 2010/11, 1022
ALRS Vol. 2, 2010/11: 86360 (3/11)
Source: Indonesian Hydrographic Office
Chart 2137 [ previous update 6653/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon(K), at light-beacon
3° 02´·8S., 107° 20´·8E.
Chart 2873 [ previous update 6653/09 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon(K), at light
3° 02´·8S., 107° 20´·8E.
385 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Approaches to Fremantle - Rottnest Island North-eastwards and
Fremantle Inner Harbour - Light-beacons. Buoyage. Lights. Beacons. Leading lights. Rocks. Aeronautical
radiobeacon. Legends. Depths. Dredged areas. Restricted area.
Light List Vol. K, 2010/11, 1762.4, 1762.5, 1762.51, 1761.5, 1761
Source: Australian Notices 25/1169-1170/10
Note: Former Notice 6089(P)/10 is cancelled.
Chart Aus 112 [ previous update 5931/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block A, showing new light-beacons, light-
buoy and amendments to lights, beacons, leading lights, rocks,
aeronautical radiobeacon and legend, centred on:
31° 59´·58S., 115° 33´·16E.
the accompanying block B, showing new legend and
amendments to depths, dredged areas, legends and restricted
area, centred on:
32° 03´·22S., 115° 43´·36E.
Chart Aus 113 [ previous update 5622/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block A, showing amendments to dredged
areas and legends, centred on:
32° 02´·532S., 115° 44´·810E.
the accompanying block B, showing amendments to dredged
areas and legend, centred on:
32° 02´·960S., 115° 44´·658E.
Amend legend to, Maintained depth 14·7m, centred on:
32° 03´·275S., 115° 43´·830E.
Delete limit of dredged area, pecked line, joining:
32° 03´·283S., 115° 43´·482E.
(existing limit)
32° 03´·380S., 115° 43´·495E.
(existing limit)
legend, Maintained depth 13·4m, centred on:
32° 03´·335S., 115° 43´·265E.
15m contour, joining:
32° 03´·320S., 115° 43´·070E.
32° 03´·425S., 115° 43´·125E.
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Chart Aus 117 [ previous update 5622/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend legend to, 14·7m, centred on:
32° 03´·29S., 115° 43´·74E.
Delete limit of dredged area, pecked line, joining:
(a) 32° 03´·02S., 115° 44´·40E.
(existing limit)
(b) 32° 03´·15S., 115° 44´·54E. (shore)
and
32° 03´·29S., 115° 43´·48E.
(existing limit)
32° 03´·38S., 115° 43´·50E.
(existing limit)
legend, 13·2m, close NE of:
(a)-(b) above
legend, 13·6m, centred on:
32° 03´·33S., 115° 43´·27E.
401 AUSTRALIA - New South Wales - Laggers Point to Scotts Head - Lights. Leading line. Legend. Depths.
Coastline. Rocks.
Light List Vol. K, 2010/11, 2799.6, 2800, 2800.1
Source: Australian Notice 25/1362/10
Chart Aus 811 [ previous update 3281/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing a new light, leading line and
legend and amendments to depths, light, coastline and rocks,
centred on:
30° 49´·42S., 153° 02´·40E.
496 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Nouvelle-Calédonie - Îles Belep - Î. Art Westwards - Depths.
Source: French Notice 1/59/11
Chart 935 [ previous update 4286/10 ] IGN 1972 DATUM
Insert depth 9
9
enclosed by 10m contour
19° 41´·3S., 163° 33´·8E.
Substitute depth 8
2
enclosed by 10m contour for depth 21
(a) 19° 45´·2S., 163° 38´·6E.
Delete depth 9
2
enclosed by 10m approximate contour, adjacent to:
(a) above
385 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Approaches to Fremantle - Rottnest Island North-eastwards and
Fremantle Inner Harbour - Light-beacons. Buoyage. Lights. Beacons. Leading lights. Rocks. Aeronautical
radiobeacon. Legends. Depths. Dredged areas. Restricted area. (continued)
Wk05/11
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501 NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Caroline Islands - Ulithi Atoll North-eastwards - Depths.
Source: US Notice 1/81002/11
Chart 763 [ previous update New Edition 30/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 26 enclosed by 100m contour
(a) 10° 27´·6N., 140° 07´·3E.
Delete depth 566 and associated 1000m contour, close SE of:
(a) above
Chart 764 [ previous update 5995/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert depth 26 enclosed by 200m contour
(a) 10° 27´·6N., 140° 07´·3E.
Delete depth 566 and associated 1000m contour, close SE of:
(a) above
Chart 4052 (INT 52) [ previous update 2742/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 26 enclosed by 200m contour
(a) 10° 27´·6N., 140° 07´·3E.
Delete
···
, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 4507 (INT 507) [ previous update New Edition 27/01/2011 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 26 and extend 200m contour SE to enclose
(a) 10° 27´·6N., 140° 07´·3E.
Delete depth 34, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 1005, adjacent to:
(a) above
447 CANADA - British Columbia - Approaches to Juan de Fuca Strait - Cape Flattery Westwards -
Wreck.
Source: Canadian Notices 12/3001/10 & 12/3602/10
Chart 4922 [ previous update 4592/10 ] NAD27 DATUM
Insert
·
Wk
48° 16´·76N., 125° 41´·39W.
Chart 4945 [ previous update 4592/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
···
Wk
48° 16´·75N., 125° 41´·47W.
453 CANADA - British Columbia - Rosario Strait - Williamson Rocks - Fog signal.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/3461/10
Chart 80 [ previous update 6003/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete fog signal, Gong, at light-buoy
48° 26´·88N., 122° 42´·41W.
Chart 4950 [ previous update 160/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete fog signal, GONG, at light-buoy
48° 26´·83N., 122° 42´·41W.
Chart 4951 [ previous update 6177/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete fog signal, GONG, at light-buoy
48° 26´·82N., 122° 42´·42W.
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456 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - California - North San Diego Bay - Harbor Island
Eastwards - Buoyage.
Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNM 1/18773/11
Chart 897 [ previous update 4578/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

32° 43´·43N., 117° 11´·13W.
32° 43´·34N., 117° 10´·88W.
32° 43´·61N., 117° 10´·74W.
457 CANADA - British Columbia - Vancouver Harbour - Neptune Bank South-eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. G, 2010/11, 5465.5
Source: Canadian Notice 12/3493/10
Chart 4963 [ previous update New Edition 20/01/2011 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute
·
F R for
·
49° 17´ 37·4"N., 123° 02´ 45·6"W.
477 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - California - Suisun Bay - Landsea Terminal Wharf -
Lights.
Light List Vol. G, 2010/11, 4297.05, 4297.06, 4297.07, 4297.08
Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNM 1/18657/11
Chart 590 [ previous update 120/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
÷
2Fl.4s
38° 02´·68N., 122° 06´·15W.
38° 02´·77N., 122° 05´·98W.
Chart 590 (plan, Carquinez Strait) [ previous update 120/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
÷
Fl.4s18ft
38° 02´·68N., 122° 06´·15W.
38° 02´·72N., 122° 06´·10W.
38° 02´·75N., 122° 06´·03W.
38° 02´·77N., 122° 05´·98W.
498 PERU - Bahía Del Callao - Approaches to Callao - No 2 Anchorage - Buoy.
Source: Peruvian Notice 12/102/10
Chart 1853 [ previous update 5956/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.3s
12° 01´·82S., 77° 10´·04W.
Chart 1853 (plan, Puerto Callao) [ previous update 5956/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.3s
12° 01´·818S., 77° 10´·035W.
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499 PERU - Caleta Lobitos - Punta Lobitos North-westwards - Platforms.
Source: Peruvian Notice 12/101/10
Chart 3089 (plan G, Caleta Lobitos) [ previous update New Edition 23/09/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

’LO1’
4° 24´·12S., 81° 18´·51W.

’MM’
4° 24´·88S., 81° 20´·24W.

’LO17’
4° 25´·24S., 81° 19´·22W.
500 PERU - Los Organos South-westwards and Paita Northwards - Obstruction. Wreck.
Source: Peruvian Notices 11/91-92/10
Chart 3092 [ previous update 5451/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
4° 13´·1S., 81° 12´·9W.

4° 59´·9S., 81° 06´·5W.
425 BRAZIL - North Coast - Baía de São Marcos - Itaqui North-westwards - Terminal da Ponta da Madeira
Northwards - Jetty.
Source: Brazilian Notice 59(P)/07
Chart 535 (plan A, Itaqui) [ previous update 4394/10 ] CORREGO ALEGRE DATUM
Insert jetty, single firm line, joining:
2° 33´·75S., 44° 22´·74W.
(existing jetty)
2° 33´·61S., 44° 22´·74W.
Chart 535 [ previous update 4394/10 ] CORREGO ALEGRE DATUM
Insert jetty, single firm line, joining:
2° 33´·74S., 44° 22´·72W.
(existing jetty)
2° 33´·61S., 44° 22´·74W.
402 WEST INDIES - Leeward Islands - Saint Barthélémy - Approaches to Port de Gustavia - Le Pain de Sucre
North-westwards to Les Petits Saints North-eastwards - Obstructions. Wrecks.
Depths.
Source: French Notice 49/54/10
Chart 2079 (plan A, Port de Gustavia) [ previous update 5251/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new obstructions, wrecks
and amendments to depths and wrecks, centred on:
17° 54´·08N., 62° 52´·04W.
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435 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Mississippi - Pascagoula Harbor -
Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11373/10
Chart 3841 [ previous update 79/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
30° 21´·9N., 88° 35´·9W.
436 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Alabama - Mobile Bay - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11376/10
Chart 3150 [ previous update 80/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
30° 25´·5N., 88° 12´·5W.
445 WEST INDIES - Puerto Rico - Bahía de Tallaboa - Cayo Caribe Southwards - Buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 7 LNM 50/25681/10
Chart 478 (plan G, Bahía de Guayanilla and Bahía de Tallaboa) [ previous update 304/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Fl.R.6s ’2’
17° 56´·92N., 66° 43´·76W.
452 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Texas - Gulf Gateway Deepwater Port West-south-
westwards - East Flower Bank - Obstructions.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 50/11340/10
Chart 3850 [ previous update 190/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
··
Subm Buoy
27° 58´·5N., 93° 38´·1W.
27° 57´·1N., 93° 34´·6W.
27° 54´·3N., 93° 38´·6W.
27° 53´·7N., 93° 34´·2W.
478 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Florida - St Joseph and St Andrew Bays -
Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 51/11389/10
Chart 3148 (plan, St Andrew Bay) [ previous update 310/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Panama City
Harbor), for existing table, centred on:
30° 06´·6N., 85° 38´·5W.
Chart 3148 [ previous update 310/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Port St. Joe),
for existing table, centred on:
30° 12´·8N., 85° 46´·5W.
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493 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana and Texas - Sabine Pass, Sabine-Neches Canal
and Neches River - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11332/10
Chart 3192 (Panel B) [ previous update 5980/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Sabine Pass),
for existing table, centred on:
29° 48´·9N., 93° 52´·7W.
the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Sabine Pass
and Sabine - Neches Canal), for existing table, centred on:
29° 47´·4N., 93° 52´·7W.
Chart 3192 (Panel C) [ previous update 5980/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Neches River),
for existing table, centred on:
29° 56´·2N., 93° 57´·0W.
494 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Florida - Pensacola Bay and Approaches -
Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 01/11383/11
Chart 3149 (plan, Pensacola Bay) [ previous update 6306/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Pensacola
Harbor and Bayou Chico Channels), for existing table, centred
on:
30° 23´·8N., 87° 18´·4W.
the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Pensacola
Harbor Entrance Channel), for existing table, centred on:
30° 21´·6N., 87° 18´·7W.
392 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Pennsylvania and New Jersey - Delaware River - Channel
depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 51/12314/10
Chart 2605 (Panel 3) [ previous update 5144/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
40° 09´·0N., 74° 51´·0W.
427 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Pennsylvania and New Jersey - Schuylkill River and
Delaware River - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 51/12313/10 & 51/12312/10
Chart 2604 (Panel 1) [ previous update 93/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Schuylkill
River), for existing table, centred on:
39° 51´·0N., 75° 11´·7W.
the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Delaware
River), for existing table, centred on:
39° 52´·0N., 75° 10´·2W.
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431 CANADA - Newfoundland and Labrador - Avalon Peninsula - Cape Race North-westwards -
Landmark.
Source: Canadian Notices 12/4016/10 & 12/4017/10
Chart 2666 [ previous update 4679/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Substitute

TOWER (Red Lts) (390) for

LORAN TOWER (Red
Lts) (390)
46° 46´·5N., 53° 10´·3W.
Chart 4404 (INT 404) [ previous update 5128/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Substitute
.
for

Loran
46° 46´·5N., 53° 10´·5W.
Chart 4733 [ previous update 2064/09 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute
.
R Lts (1280) for

R Lts Loran (1280)
46° 46´·5N., 53° 10´·4W.
Chart 4734 [ previous update 370/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute
.
R Lts (1280) for

R Lts Loran (1280)
46° 46´·5N., 53° 10´·4W.
432 CANADA - Gulf of Saint Lawrence - New Brunswick - Little Shemogue Harbour - Light.
Light List Vol. H, 2010/11, 1319.4
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4406/10
Chart 4770 [ previous update 5759/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete
·
Fl
46° 09´·94N., 64° 04´·11W.
433 CANADA - Nova Scotia - Bay of Fundy - Beaver Harbour - Light. Breakwater.
Light List Vol. H, 2010/11, 4113
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4116/10
Chart 4749 [ previous update 3546/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
·
Fl G
(a) 45° 04´·13N., 66° 44´·24W.
breakwater, single firm line, joining:
45° 04´·07N., 66° 44´·30W.(shore)
(a) above
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434 CANADA - Nova Scotia - Halifax Harbour - Pleasant Shoal Northwards - Ocean Terminals - Pier/Môle C -
Lights.
Light List Vol. H, 2010/11, 3615
Source: Canadian Notices 12/4202/10 & 12/4203/10
Chart 4753 (INT 4632) [ previous update 2011/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete
·
2 F(Hor)
44° 37´·56N., 63° 33´·59W.
Chart 4754 (INT 4633) (plan, Ocean Terminals) [ previous update 3584/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete
·
2 Lts F
44° 37´ 33·6"N., 63° 33´ 35·4"W.
Chart 4754 (INT 4633) [ previous update 3584/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete
·
2 Lts F
44° 37´ 33·6"N., 63° 33´ 35·4"W.
437 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia - Brunswick and Approaches -
Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2810 [ previous update 142/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
31° 03´·0N., 81° 26´·9W.
438 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia and South Carolina - Savannah River - Channel
depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2807 (plan, Continuation to Port Wentworth) [ previous update 154/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
32° 06´·0N., 81° 08´·6W.
446 CANADA - Nova Scotia - St George’s Bay - Pomquet I - Light.
Light List Vol. H, 2010/11, 1232
Source: Canadian Notices 12/4023/10 &12/4462/10
Chart 4757 [ previous update 3548/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend light to, LFl
45° 39´·46N., 61° 44´·84W.
Chart 4765 [ previous update 4217/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend light to, LFl
45° 39´·5N., 61° 44´·9W.
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448 CANADA - Gulf of Saint Lawrence - Détroit de Jacques-Cartier - Archipel de Mingan - Île St-Charles South-
eastwards - Depths.
Source: Canadian Notices 12/4025-4026/10
Chart 4767 [ previous update 6533/08 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 5
3
and extend 11m contour SE to enclose
(a) 50° 11´·16N., 63° 17´·78W.
depth 6 and extend 11m contour SW to enclose
(b) 50° 11´·12N., 63° 16´·88W.
Delete depth 6
7
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 9
8
, adjacent to:
(b) above
Chart 4774 [ previous update 4643/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 5
3
and extend 11m contour S to enclose
(a) 50° 11´·16N., 63° 17´·78W.
depth 6 and extend 11m contour W to enclose
(b) 50° 11´·12N., 63° 16´·88W.
Delete depth 6
7
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 9
8
, adjacent to:
(b) above
454 CANADA - Nova Scotia - New Brunswick - Saint John Harbour - Cautionary notes.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4117/10
Chart 4750 [ previous update New Edition 29/10/2009 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying note, CAUTION No 2, for existing note,
centred on:
45° 16´ 16·6"N., 66° 06´ 14·7"W.
the accompanying note, ATTENTION n
o
2, for existing note,
centred on:
45° 16´ 16·6"N., 66° 05´ 23·2"W.
455 CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Sainte-Foy - Pont de Québec Southwards - Vertical clearance.
Legend.
Source: Canadian Notices 12/1315-1316/10
Chart 4786 (panel, Continuation A) [ previous update 172/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert symbol, vertical clearance *35m
46° 44´ 28·00"N., 71° 17´ 10·00"W.
legend, Voir/See note VERGLAS/ICE, orientated NW/SE,
centred on:
46° 44´ 26·50"N., 71° 17´ 03·50"W.
Chart 4787 [ previous update 5873/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert symbol, vertical clearance *35m
46° 44´·32N., 71° 17´·10W.
460 CANADA - Nova Scotia - Grand Manan Island - Southwest Hd West-south-westwards - Wreck.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4011/10
Chart 4746 [ previous update 2642/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

PA
44° 35´·02N., 67° 08´·28W.
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479 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Maryland - Chesapeake Bay - Baltimore Harbor and
Approaches - Ferry Bar Channel Southwards and South Locust Point Marine Terminal Southwards and
South-eastwards - Lights. Channel depths. Dredged depths.
Light List Vol. J, 2010/11, 2287.8, 2287.82, 2287.84, 2287.86, 2287.88
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 50/12278/10, 50/12281/10 & NOS
Chart 2850 (plan, Baltimore Harbor) [ previous update 214/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
÷
Fl.4s.’A’
39° 15´·13N., 76° 34´·86W.
÷
Fl.4s.’B’
39° 15´·16N., 76° 34´·96W.
÷
Fl.4s.’C’
39° 15´·23N., 76° 35´·11W.
÷
Fl.4s.’D’
39° 15´·23N., 76° 35´·32W.
÷
Fl.4s.’E’
39° 15´·22N., 76° 35´·53W.
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Brewerton
Angle to West Channel Turning Basin), for existing table,
centred on:
39° 16´·4N., 76° 29´·3W.
Amend dredged depth to, 36ft (2010), centred on:
39° 15´·65N., 76° 35´·52W.
39° 15´·52N., 76° 35´·88W.
Chart 2850 [ previous update 214/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Craighill
Entrance to Tolchester Channel), for existing table, centred on:
39° 09´·6N., 76° 14´·5W.
480 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Approaches to New York - Block Canyon South-eastwards -
Data buoys.
Source: US Notice 2/12300/11
Chart 2492 [ previous update 245/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 23´·9N., 70° 56´·5W.
Delete

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 28´·9N., 70° 35´·5W.
Chart 2670 [ previous update 245/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 23´·9N., 70° 56´·5W.
Delete

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 29´·0N., 70° 35´·5W.
Chart 2860 [ previous update 119/11 ] NAD27 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 23´·9N., 70° 56´·5W.
Delete

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS ‘44402‘
39° 29´·1N., 70° 35´·5W.
Chart 4403 (INT 403) [ previous update 5128/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS 44402
39° 23´·9N., 70° 56´·5W.
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484 CANADA - Newfoundland and Labrador - Belle Isle North-north-westwards - Cape St Lewis -
Landmark.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4001/10
Chart 324 [ previous update 5143/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Substitute

Tr (W Lt)(239) for

Radio Tr (W Lt)(239)
52° 22´·7N., 55° 42´·9W.
487 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Virginia - Chesapeake Bay - Lynnhaven Roads and
Chesapeake Bay Entrance - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/12221/11
Chart 2829 [ previous update 4515/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
36° 54´·7N., 76° 08´·8W.
Chart 2919 [ previous update 171/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for
existing table, centred on:
36° 51´·9N., 76° 09´·5W.
488 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - North Carolina - Morehead City - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/11547/11
Chart 3686 [ previous update 322/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
34° 15´·9N., 76° 45´·0W.
489 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - North Carolina - Cape Fear River and Wilmington
Southwards - Channel depths. Depth.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/11537/11
Chart 3688 [ previous update 155/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, for existing
table, centred on:
33° 59´·8N., 78° 01´·4W.
Chart 3688 (plan A, Continuation to Wilmington) [ previous update 155/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete depth 4 enclosed by 6ft contour
34° 10´·84N., 77° 57´·54W.
490 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Virginia - Hampton Roads and Newport News -
Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/12245/11
Chart 2813 [ previous update 6185/10 ] NAD83 DATUM
Substitute the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS (Norfolk
Harbor and Newport News), for existing table, centred on:
36° 55´·2N., 76° 22´·2W.
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462(T)/11 ESTONIA - Tallinn - Naissaar Southwards - Obstruction. Restricted area.
Source: Estonian Notice 1/10(T)/11
1. An underwater obstruction exists in position 59° 30´·65N., 24° 31´·85E. (WGS84 Datum).
2. An anchoring prohibited area, radius 0·1M, has been temporarily established centred on the above position.
Charts affected - 2241 - 2248
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440(T)/11 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector and German Sector - Measuring instruments.
Buoyage.
Source: Netherlands and German Hydrographic Offices
1. Measuring instruments have been established temporarily in the positions shown below. They are marked by either yellow
buoys or yellow light-buoys, Q.Y, Fl(5)Y.20s, Fl.Y.4s, Fl(3)Y.15s or lit cardinal buoys, and will be on station until further
notice. Only the largest scale Admiralty chart is quoted. This list will be updated as necessary by Temporary Notices to
Mariners.
2.
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
* 51° 26´·80N. 3° 33´·46E. 120
* 51° 26´·83N. 3° 33´·50E. 120
51° 26´·50N. 3° 41´·18E. 120
51° 21´·49N. 3° 44´·70E. 120
51° 22´·52N. 3° 55´·05E. 120
52° 28´·09N. 4° 32´·33E. 124
51° 44´·63N. 3° 18´·37E. 110
51° 44´·60N. 3° 18´·40E. 110
53° 19´·37N. 4° 59´·73E. 112
53° 14´·61N. 5° 11´·49E. 112
53° 19´·28N. 5° 06´·13E. 112
54° 13´·16N. 7° 49´·11E. 1875
53° 31´·85N. 5° 28´·64E. 1633
53° 29´·09N. 5° 34´·35E. 1633
53° 32´·51N. 5° 39´·57E. 1633
53° 29´·09N. 5° 37´·42E. 1633
53° 58´·53N. 6° 13´·80E. 1635, 1633
54° 02´·71N. 6° 13´·80E. 1635, 1633
53° 54´·37N. 6° 13´·80E. 1635, 1633
54° 07´·48N. 6° 20´·90E. 1635, 1633
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
54° 01´·33N. 6° 26´·45E. 1635, 1633
54° 04´·60N. 6° 28´·36E. 1635, 1633
53° 56´·73N. 6° 28´·80E. 1635, 1633
53° 59´·94N. 6° 28´·80E. 1635, 1633
54° 03´·47N. 6° 28´·80E. 1635, 1633
54° 02´·30N. 6° 28´·96E. 1635, 1633
54° 02´·00N. 6° 29´·50E. 1635, 1633
53° 57´·91N. 6° 29´·82E. 1635, 1633
53° 57´·29N. 6° 33´·60E. 1635, 1633
54° 03´·44N. 6° 33´·60E. 1635, 1633
54° 00´·43N. 6° 33´·77E. 1635, 1633
54° 05´·34N. 6° 36´·27E. 1635, 1633
54° 01´·64N. 6° 36´·35E. 1635, 1633
53° 57´·82N. 6° 36´·36E. 1635, 1633
53° 59´·68N. 6° 36´·36E. 1635, 1633
54° 03´·59N. 6° 36´·36E. 1635, 1633
53° 59´·17N. 6° 36´·49E. 1635, 1633
53° 44´·15N. 6° 37´·17E. 1635, 1633
53° 44´·19N. 6° 37´·29E. 1635, 1633
53° 45´·12N. 6° 37´·31E. 1635, 1633
53° 45´·09N. 6° 37´·42E. 1635, 1633
53° 58´·12N. 6° 39´·67E. 1635, 1633
54° 00´·86N. 6° 39´·67E. 1635, 1633
54° 03´·68N. 6° 39´·67E. 1635, 1633
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4.
440(T)/11 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector and German Sector - Measuring instruments.
Buoyage. (continued)
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
54° 17´·52N. 6° 14´·78E. 1635
54° 15´·31N. 6° 17´·38E. 1635
54° 17´·62N. 6° 19´·38E. 1635
53° 59´·26N. 6° 44´·10E. 1635
54° 01´·29N. 6° 44´·10E. 1635
54° 03´·40N. 6° 44´·10E. 1635
54° 00´·60N. 6° 58´·68E. 1635
54° 03´·96N. 6° 58´·68E. 1635
53° 43´·63N. 7° 13´·65E. 1635
53° 43´·97N. 7° 13´·65E. 1635
53° 44´·72N. 7° 13´·65E. 1635
54° 04´·47N. 7° 22´·03E. 1635
53° 37´·20N. 6° 22´·12E. 3631
53° 37´·22N. 6° 31´·31E. 3631
53° 34´·25N. 6° 37´·94E. 3631
53° 34´·31N. 6° 37´·95E. 3631
53° 29´·28N. 6° 43´·58E. 3631
53° 30´·32N. 6° 52´·92E. 3631
53° 30´·37N. 6° 53´·00E. 3631
53° 30´·38N. 6° 53´·15E. 3631
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
53° 19´·33N. 6° 59´·12E. 3632
54° 26´·90N. 7° 26´·10E. 3767
54° 22´·90N. 7° 28´·90E. 3767
54° 23´·19N. 7° 37´·40E. 3767
54° 35´·42N. 7° 47´·91E. 3767
54° 40´·86N. 7° 55´·53E. 3767
55° 02´·88N. 8° 22´·77E. 3766
55° 12´·46N. 5° 05´·84E. 267
55° 08´·85N. 5° 06´·77E. 267
55° 10´·27N. 5° 09´·40E. 267
55° 08´·04N. 5° 13´·06E. 267
55° 05´·60N. 5° 20´·00E. 1422, 1423
55° 02´·50N. 5° 24´·20E. 1422, 1423
55° 05´·80N. 5° 26´·00E. 1422, 1423
55° 02´·50N. 5° 31´·10E. 1422, 1423
55° 01´·30N. 5° 35´·00E. 1422, 1423
55° 05´·80N. 5° 24´·92E. 1422, 1423
55° 01´·96N. 5° 19´·92E. 1422, 1423
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5.
6.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
7. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in these areas.
8. Former Notice 6288(T)/10 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 110 (INT 1473) - 112 - 120 (INT 1479) - 124 (INT 1471) - 267 - 1422 (INT 1044) - 1423 (INT 1045)
- 1633 (INT 1417) - 1635 (INT 1413) - 1875 - 3631 (INT 1461) - 3632 (INT 1462) - 3766 (INT 1411) - 3767 (INT 1412)
440(T)/11 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector and German Sector - Measuring instruments.
Buoyage. (continued)
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
* 54° 25´·02N. 4° 02´·79E. 1423
54° 40´·19N. 5° 10´·60E. 1423
54° 40´·26N. 5° 10´·66E. 1423
54° 40´·19N. 5° 10´·74E. 1423
54° 59´·45N. 5° 27´·28E. 1423
54° 59´·80N. 5° 31´·00E. 1423
54° 58´·00N. 5° 34´·91E. 1423
54° 30´·67N. 5° 49´·21E. 1423
54° 30´·74N. 5° 49´·27E. 1423
54° 30´·67N. 5° 49´·35E. 1423
54° 19´·43N. 5° 55´·18E. 1423
54° 19´·50N. 5° 55´·25E. 1423
54° 19´·43N. 5° 55´·33E. 1423
54° 19´·56N. 6° 01´·68E. 1423
54° 19´·92N. 6° 02´·66E. 1423
54° 18´·09N. 6° 03´·33E. 1423
54° 20´·77N. 6° 05´·01E. 1423
54° 34´·40N. 6° 06´·74E. 1423
54° 34´·47N. 6° 06´·80E. 1423
54° 34´·40N. 6° 06´·88E. 1423
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s)
54° 30´·19N. 6° 14´·83E. 1423
54° 31´·39N. 6° 17´·97E. 1423
54° 30´·82N. 6° 20´·46E. 1423
54° 32´·65N. 6° 21´·16E. 1423
54° 58´·75N. 6° 21´·49E. 1423
54° 58´·67N. 6° 21´·56E. 1423
54° 58´·82N. 6° 21´·67E. 1423
54° 58´·68N. 6° 21´·79E. 1423
54° 29´·20N. 6° 22´·60E. 1423
54° 31´·40N. 6° 23´·20E. 1423
54° 47´·72N. 6° 23´·67E. 1423
54° 47´·80N. 6° 23´·67E. 1423
54° 47´·70N. 6° 23´·84E. 1423
54° 47´·82N. 6° 23´·84E. 1423
54° 25´·61N. 6° 24´·41E. 1423
54° 25´·69N. 6° 24´·41E. 1423
54° 25´·59N. 6° 24´·59E. 1423
54° 25´·71N. 6° 24´·59E. 1423
54° 23´·12N. 6° 52´·52E. 1423
54° 23´·20N. 6° 52´·52E. 1423
54° 23´·10N. 6° 52´·70E. 1423
54° 23´·22N. 6° 52´·70E. 1423
54° 30´·40N. 7° 23´·70E. 1423
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443(T)/11 ITALY - East Coast - Rimini North-eastwards - Measuring instruments.
Source: Italian Notice 24/Section C/T52001/10
1. Submerged measuring stations have been established, until 15 July 2011, in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Chart affected - 1467
428(P)/11 SAUDI ARABIA - East Coast - Approaches to Ad Damma
-
m (Mõ
-
na
-
’ al Malik ’Abd al ’Azõ
-
z) -
Dredging areas. Works. Buoyage.
Source: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ports Authority
1. * Dredging works to deepen the Ad Damma
-
m Approach Channel (26° 37´·00N., 50° 14´·50E.) and part of the West Basin
(26° 30´·30N., 50° 11´·65E.) are in progress until further notice.
2. * Buoyage will be moved while dredging works are in progress and the width of the channel will be temporarily reduced.
3. Mariners should contact ’Damma
-
m Port Control’ on Channel 16 for further instructions before entering the channel.
4. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution and to obey signals exhibited by the dredgers.
5. Charts will be updated when the works are complete.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
(All positions are referred WGS84 Datum)
6. Former Notice 3027(P)/07 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 3777 (INT 7266) - 3788 - 3790 (INT 7252) - 3812 (INT 7268)
439(T)/11 CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Shanghai North-eastwards - Buoyage. Automatic Identification Systems.
Source: Chinese Notices 52/2304(T) & 2305(T)/10
1. Isolated danger buoys with Automatic Identification Systems (AIS), have been established until further notice in the
following positions:
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
Chart affected - 3480
441(T)/11 CHINA - South Coast - Zhenyantou South-south-eastwards - Platform.
Source: Chinese Notice 49/2214(T)/10
1. The drilling platform, Songjia Make, has been established in position 21° 39´·80N., 115° 27´·20E. (WGS84 Datum) until
25 December 2011.
Charts affected - 1962 - 1968 - 3489 (INT 553)
44° 08´·072N., 12° 45´·387E.
44° 05´·942N., 12° 50´·693E.
32° 56´·5N., 122° 33´·6E.
32° 46´·1N., 122° 36´·4E.
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442(T)/11 CHINA - East Coast - Dongtou Yang - Luxi Dao Eastwards - Buoyage. Automatic Identification
System.
Source: Chinese Notices 52/2281 & 2319(T)/10
1. Emergency wreck marking light-buoys, Al.Fl.BuY.3s, have been established in the following positions:
2. An isolated danger buoy with Automatic Identification System (AIS) has been established until further notice in position
27° 59´·76N., 121° 17´·70E.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - 1721 - 1759
464(T)/11 CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Nancao Shuidao Eastwards - Works.
Source: Chinese Notice 52/2307(T)/10
1. A construction operating area has been established, until 31 March 2011, radius 500m, centred on position
31° 02´·25N., 122° 27´·67E. (WGS84 Datum).
2. Vessels should keep at least 500m away from the operating area.
Charts affected - 1124 - 1602
465(T)/11 CHINA - East Coast - Zhujiajian Dao South-eastwards - Shangpan Jiao Eastwards - Buoy. Automatic
Identification System.
Source: Chinese Notice 52/2316(T)/10
1. An isolated danger buoy with Automatic Identification System (AIS) has been established, until further notice in position
29° 50´·69N., 122° 27´·46E. (Beijing 1954 Datum).
Chart affected - 1126
407(T)/11 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- North West Coast - Toyama - Toyama Fairway - Buoy.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/54(T)/11
1. The starboard lateral light-buoy in position 36° 46´·07N., 137° 13´·45E. (WGS84 Datum) has been removed until further
notice.
Chart affected - 1342
No 1 27° 59´·68N., 121° 17´·77E.
No 2 27° 59´·83N., 121° 17´·62E.
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408(T)/11 JAPAN - Honshu
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- East Coast - Onahama - No 5 and 6 Wharf - Works. Restricted area.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/57(T)/11
1. Harbour construction works are taking place, until 13 March 2011, within an area bounded by the following positions
(WGS84 Datum):
2. Anchoring is prohibited in the above area.
Chart affected - 2959
409(T)/11 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Chiba Ko - Katsunan Ku - Funabashi Central Wharf -
South Quay - Works.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/58(T)/11
1. Quay construction works are taking place, until 7 March 2011, in the vicinity of position 35° 40´·2N., 139° 58´·8E. (WGS84
Datum).
Chart affected - JP 1088
410(T)/11 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Keihin Ko - Tokyo Ku - Section 4 - Tokyo West Passage
Eastwards - Dredging area.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/59(T)/11
1. Dredging works are taking place, until 11 March 2011, in the vicinity of position 35° 35´·2N., 139° 47´·9E. (WGS84
Datum).
Charts affected - JP 1061 - JP 1065
411(T)/11 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Atsumi Wan - Mikawa Ko - No 8 Quay Westwards -
Dredging area.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/62(T)/11
1. Dredging works are taking place, until 4 March 2011, within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Chart affected - JP 1057B
36° 55´·92N., 140° 53´·05E. (shore)
36° 55´·67N., 140° 53´·49E. (breakwater)
36° 55´·87N., 140° 53´·64E. (breakwater)
36° 56´·07N., 140° 53´·30E. (shore)
34° 44´ 16"N., 137° 18´ 16"E.
34° 44´ 16"N., 137° 18´ 21"E.
34° 44´ 03"N., 137° 18´ 14"E.
34° 44´ 03"N., 137° 18´ 11"E.
34° 44´ 04"N., 137° 18´ 09"E.
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412(T)/11 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Hanshin Ko - Kobe Ku - Kobe-Chuo Passage Westwards -
Dredging area.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/63(T)/11
1. Dredging works are taking place, until 25 March 2011, within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
2. Former Notice 5506(T)/10 is cancelled.
Charts affected - JP 101A - JP 1103
413(T)/11 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Horie Wan Northwards - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 2/65(T)/11
1. Depths of 4·5m exist on and in the vicinity of a line joining the following positions:
2. Depths of 6·5m exist on and in the vicinity of a line joining the following positions:
3. A depth of 3·5m exists in position 33° 56´ 32·3"N., 132° 44´ 57·8"E.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - JP 1102 - JP 1108
34° 39´ 40"N., 135° 14´ 18"E. (shore)
34° 39´ 42"N., 135° 14´ 16"E.
34° 39´ 45"N., 135° 14´ 21"E.
34° 39´ 27"N., 135° 14´ 32"E.
34° 39´ 07"N., 135° 15´ 34"E.
34° 39´ 04"N., 135° 15´ 36"E.
34° 39´ 05"N., 135° 14´ 41"E. (shore)
33° 56´ 54·2"N., 132° 44´ 53·6"E.
33° 56´ 29·0"N., 132° 45´ 10·2"E.
33° 56´ 23·2"N., 132° 45´ 08·0"E.
33° 56´ 25·2"N., 132° 44´ 36·6"E.
33° 56´ 26·9"N., 132° 44´ 18·9"E.
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444(P)/11 KOREA - West Coast - P’yoù ngt’aek Hang and Approaches - Fairway. Anchorage areas.
Source: Korean Notices 46/714-716/10, 46/718/10 & 51/798/10
1. Mariners are advised that changes to the fairway and anchorages have taken place within P’yo˘ ngt’aek and approaches.
2. The fairway is now bounded by the following positions:
3. Bangdo anchorage area is now bounded by the following positions:
4. Circular anchorage areas have been established, centred on the following positions:
* Indicates new or revised entry
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
5. These and other changes will be included in the next New Edition of Chart 1271.
6. Former Notice 6053(P)/10 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 1270 (INT 5363) - 1271
* 37° 07´·67N., 126° 31´·22E.
* 37° 07´·60N., 126° 31´·68E.
* 37° 05´·93N., 126° 35´·68E.
* 37° 03´·63N., 126° 38´·95E.
* 37° 02´·00N., 126° 40´·95E.
* 37° 00´·53N., 126° 42´·10E.
37° 00´·05N., 126° 42´·27E.
36° 59´·62N., 126° 43´·17E.
36° 58´·85N., 126° 48´·10E.
36° 58´·68N., 126° 48´·43E.
36° 58´·27N., 126° 48´·23E.
36° 57´·85N., 126° 48´·40E.
36° 56´·95N., 126° 49´·02E.
36° 57´·12N., 126° 49´·42E.
36° 58´·02N., 126° 48´·78E.
36° 58´·35N., 126° 49´·02E.
36° 58´·15N., 126° 49´·38E.
36° 57´·07N., 126° 50´·15E.
36° 57´·12N., 126° 50´·27E.
36° 56´·42N., 126° 50´·75E.
and
* 37° 08´·63N., 126° 31´·77E.
* 37° 06´·45N., 126° 36´·18E.
* 37° 04´·05N., 126° 39´·50E.
* 37° 02´·23N., 126° 41´·67E.
37° 00´·65N., 126° 43´·02E.
37° 00´·13N., 126° 43´·72E.
36° 59´·02N., 126° 49´·33E.
36° 57´·25N., 126° 50´·55E.
36° 57´·22N., 126° 50´·50E.
36° 56´·53N., 126° 51´·00E.
37° 00´·13N., 126° 43´·72E.
36° 59´·80N., 126° 45´·42E.
37° 00´·65N., 126° 46´·27E.
37° 00´·90N., 126° 45´·05E.
37° 00´·35N., 126° 43´·42E.
Radius Position
450m 36° 58´·28N., 126° 48´·58E.
300m 36° 57´·72N., 126° 48´·73E.
300m 36° 57´·27N., 126° 49´·03E.
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463(T)/11 KOREA - West Coast - P’Yoù ngt’ Aek - Soù nggumi Ri East-north-eastwards - Buoy.
Source: Korean Notice 52/813(T)/10
1. A special light-buoy, Fl.Y.4s, has been established in position 37° 00´·15N., 126° 42´·37E. (WGS84 Datum) until further
notice.
Chart affected - 1271
466(T)/11 KOREA - South Coast - Kwangyang Hang - Fairway 3 and Myodo Sudo - Buoyage.
Source: Korean Notice 1/37(T)/11
1. Special light-buoys, Fl(4)Y.8s, have been temporarily established in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Chart affected - 3390 (INT 5362)
416(P)/11 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - East Coast - Tauranga - Western Channel - Opuni Point East-north-
eastwards - Light-beacon.
Source: New Zealand Notice 1/20(P)/11
1. Mariners are advised that a light, Fl.R.3s, has been established on the Rangiwaea ’B’ beacon in position
37° 38´·26S., 176° 06´·05E. (WGS84 Datum).
2. This change will be included in the next New Edition of Chart NZ5412.
Chart affected - NZ 5412
415(T)/11 BRAZIL - East Coast - Porto de Vitória - Rio Santa Maria - Pedras das Argolas Westwards and
Eastwards - Buoyage.
Source: Brazilian Notice 150(T)/10
1. Until May 2011, buoys have been established in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Chart affected - 521
Designation Position
C 34° 52´·18N., 127° 44´·17E.
D 34° 52´·49N., 127° 45´·38E.
E 34° 52´·26N., 127° 45´·67E.
Buoy Characteristics Position
starboard-hand light-buoy, R Fl(3)R.8s No 21 20° 19´·33S., 40° 20´·02W.
preferred channel to port light-buoy, RGR Fl(2+1)R.15s No 23 20° 19´·42S., 40° 20´·43W.
starboard-hand light-buoy, R Fl(3)R.8s No 27 20° 19´·47S., 40° 20´·63W.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 392/11
On Chart 2605
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
DELAWARE RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF OCT 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
HARBOR RANGE 37.7 39.6 38.6 35.4 1-10 400 0.70 40
FISHER CHANNEL 40.3 43.4 45.0 43.4 1-10 400 0.31 40
DRAW CHANNEL 39.1 43.3 44.0 40.6 1-10 400 0.74 40
DELAIR RANGE 38.4 38.2 36.6 36.2 1-10 400 0.98 40
BRIDESBURG CHANNEL 45.5 47.3 41.9 35.6 2-10 400 0.31 40
FRANKFORD CHANNEL 40.8 39.5 37.2 31.9 2-10 400 1.05 40
TACONY CHANNEL 33.4 36.1 39.1 37.8 5-10 400 1.17 40
TORRESDALE RANGE 36.0 38.1 39.3 38.7 5-10 400 1.39 40
MUD ISLAND RANGE 38.7 39.9 38.5 34.0 6-10 400 1.67 40
ENTERPRISE RANGE 36.9 40.1 38.8 33.6 6-10 400 1.70 40
BEVERLY CHANNEL 33.1 37.6 41.0 36.7 6-10 400 0.65 40
EDGEWATER CHANNEL 32.5 37.3 37.8 34.2 6-10 400 1.37 40
DEVLIN CHANNEL 36.1 38.5 40.2 22.8 6-10 400 1.03 40
LEHIGH CHANNEL 35.0 42.5 42.0 33.3 6-10 400 0.66 40
CANAL CHANNEL 41.3 45.1 44.0 38.6 7-10 500 0.19 40
BRISTOL RANGE 40.3 43.1 43.7 43.4 7-10 400 0.62 40
KEYSTONE RANGE 36.8 41.9 43.4 42.4 7-10 400 0.42 40
LANDRETH CHANNEL 36.2 40.5 38.1 37.5 8-10 400 1.21 40
FLORENCE BEND 39.9 41.4 41.9 34.1 8,9-10 500 0.61 40
FLORENCE RANGE 32.7 40.1 41.1 36.0 8-10 400 1.34 40
ROEBLING RANGE 36.0 41.7 41.6 37.2 8-10 400 0.34 40
KINKORA RANGE 36.0 40.6 40.3 35.8 8-10 400 1.15 40
PENN CHANNEL 38.0 41.2 41.9 41.5 8-10 400 0.36 40
NEWBOLD CHANNEL 12.6 21.6 23.6 28.8 9-10 400 0.52 40
BLAKE CHANNEL 24.0 21.2 24.2 25.5 9-10 400 0.17 25
WHITEHILL RANGE 20.7 21.3 22.7 23.1 8-10 300 1.03 25
RARITAN CHANNEL 20.4 24.4 27.4 25.2 9-10 400 0.24 25
BORDENTOWN RANGE 15.7 18.3 19.8 15.5 9-10 300 0.65 25
DUCK ISLAND RANGE 12.4 15.3 16.8 15.6 9-10 300 1.25 25
PERRIWIG CHANNEL 14.8 21.6 24.1 21.4 9-10 400 0.24 25
BILES ISLAND CHANNEL 23.1 24.1 22.8 16.3 9-10 300 0.38 25
COCHRAN CHANNEL 27.6 28.1 22.5 14.5 9-10 300 0.31 25
MOON CHANNEL 6.4 12.4 11.7 12.1 9-10 500 0.39 25
TRENTON CHANNEL
SOUTH REACH 10.9 10.9 9-10 200 0.49 12
NORTH REACH 8.9 A8.9 9-10 200-300 0.58 12
A. EXCEPT FOR 5FT ROCK LOCATED AT 40°12’25.9”N, 74°45’57.2”W
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 427/11
On Chart 2604
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
DELAWARE RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF OCT 2010

CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS

NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
TINICUM RANGE 38.5 40.7 40.7 37.9 8-09 800 3.03 40
BILLINGSPORT RANGE 39.7 41.0 41.9 36.0 7-09 800 1.15 40
MIFFLIN RANGE 37.5 39.0 41.4 37.3 6-09 800 2.83 40
EAGLE POINT RANGE
(NAVY YARD) 36.3 41.1 40.3 39.9 7-09 800 1.74 40
HORSESHOE BEND 33.3 38.8 43.7 41.8 7-09 800-500 0.80 40
EAST HORSESHOE RANGE AND
REACH M 39.8 43.1 44.5 42.5 6-09 500-400 1.17 40
REACH M TO BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
BRIDGE 22.6 34.4 39.0 37.0 6-09 400 2.95 40
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BRIDGE TO
CAMBRIA ST. 30.6 38.8 40.2 39.9 6-09 400 2.00 40
CAMBRIA ST. TO ALLEGHENY AVE. 38.2 38.2 38.3 35.6 6-09 400 0.42 40
HARBOR RANGE 37.7 39.6 38.6 35.4 1-10 400 0.70 40
FISHER CHANNEL 40.3 43.4 45.0 43.4 1-10 400 0.31 40
DRAW CHANNEL 39.1 43.3 44.0 40.6 1-10 400 0.74 40
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 427/11
On Chart 2604
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
SCHUYLKILL RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO SEP 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT SCHUYLKILL RIVER DATUM PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
(FEET)
1 29.6 30.4 33.2 9-10 400 0.32 33
2 27.5 21.4 29.4 9-10 400 0.34 33
3 15.1 30.2 28.8 9-10 400 0.18 33
4 27.1 29.2 29.0 9-10 400 0.11 33
5 29.4 29.8 31.2 9-10 300 0.30 33
6 30.2 29.4 28.4 9-10 325 0.21 33
7 29.7 28.6 24.7 9-10 300 0.31 33
8 30.0 28.1 25.6 9-10 300 0.15 33
9 28.7 28.2 27.7 9-10 300 0.31 33
10 30.3 32.5 29.7 9-10 325 0.09 33
11 32.2 32.4 32.3 9-10 350 0.05 33
12 27.4 29.0 30.3 9-10 350 0.05 33
13 26.9 28.4 29.6 9-10 325 0.07 33
14 26.9 29.2 30.2 9-10 300 0.14 33
15 24.6 30.9 32.2 9-10 325 0.08 33
16 23.5 27.4 32.7 9-10 350 0.08 33
17 26.0 30.1 29.1 9-10 325 0.06 33
18* 12.0 26.3 26.4 9-10 300 0.31 33
18 16.1 22.6 30.6 9-10 300 0.14 33
19 16.1 35.4 26.4 9-10 200 0.04 33
19 28.9 34.1 28.1 9-10 200 0.04 26
20 22.0 30.1 24.4 9-10 250 0.05 26
21 23.3 19.5 14.1 9-10 250 0.04 26
22 21.1 14.1 9.6 9-10 250 0.06 26
23 22.4 4.8 1.7 9-10 200 0.21 26
24 26.6 16.4 10.7 9-10 250 0.06 26
25 25.8 15.8 11.0 9-10 250 0.09 26
26 26.2 15.3 8.9 9-10 250 0.09 26
27 25.1 21.3 11.1 9-10 225 0.12 26
28 19.4 14.8 11.6 9-10 200 0.10 26
29 14.2 15.1 13.1 9-10 200 0.07 26
30 14.6 15.5 16.6 9-10 200 0.30 22
31 17.9 15.5 14.7 9-10 200 0.10 22
32 19.1 16.1 11.8 9-10 200 0.26 22
33 20.8 10.8 4.1 9-10 200 0.10 22
34 17.9 16.4 8.6 9-10 250 0.07 22
35 21.4 14.7 11.3 9-10 250 0.08 22
36 20.0 14.5 12.1 9-10 250 0.08 22
37 17.4 18.8 17.2 9-10 250 0.06 22
38 13.8 12.5 17.9 9-10 225 0.13 22
* TO UPPER END OF BERTH NO. 1, ARCO BALLAST WHARF.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 435/11
On Chart 3841
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
HORN ISLAND PASS PASCAGOULA HARBOR AND BAYOU CASOTTE
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL 38.2 44.0 41.6 10-10 450 6.28 44.0
HORN ISLAND PASS 42.5 44.0 43.6 7-10 600 1.4 44.0
PASCAGOULA LOWER SOUND 38.9A 42.0 39.6B 9-10 350 4.3 42.0
PASCAGOULA UPPER SOUND 32.1 32.1 34.5 11-10 350 4.63 38.0
PASCAGOULA RIVER 32.1C 34.2D 33.5E 8-10 350F 2.021 38.0
BAYOU CASOTTE 36.6 41.4G 35.5 10-10 350 4.57 42.0
A. SHOALING TO 35.5 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.
B. SHOALING TO 39.9 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.
C. SHOALING TO 23.8 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
D. SHOALING TO 19.3 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
E. SHOALING TO 24.9 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
F. PASCAGOULA RIVER PROJECT WIDTH VARIES AT SOUTH END OF TERMINAL C TO CSX RAILROAD.
G. SHOALING TO 39.2 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 436/11
On Chart 3150
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
MOBILE BAY AND RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO OCT 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
MOBILE BAR CHANNEL 43.1 47.0 40.0 8,9-10 600 8.1 47
MOBILE BAY:
LOWER BAY (TO LIGHT 50) 42.8A 45.0 40.8 10-10 400 13.3 45
UPPER BAY
UPPER BAY TURNING BASIN
41.5
45.0
41.9
45.0
38.8
45.0
10-10
10-10
400-500
VARIES
15.4
0.4
45
45
MOBILE RIVER:
PINTO ISLAND REACH 37.3B 39.1 34.8C 10-10 700-775 0.8 40-45
MOBILE CHANNEL 33.7 38.9 37.0D 10-10 600 1.8 40
MOBILE TURNING BASIN 38.0E 38.9 38.4F 10-10 740-1000 0.6 40
BLAKELEY ISLAND REACH 37.7G 28.4G 28.3G 10-10 500-1000 1.4 40
ST. LOUIS POINT REACH 18.2 24.8 21.2H 5-10 500 0.2 25
CHICKASAW CREEK CHANNEL 14.7 22.9 19.8 5-10 250 3.0 25
ARLINGTON CHANNEL
GARROWS BEND CHANNEL
14.4
4.2I
15.0
4.8J
14.0
5.1K
7-10
7-10
150
150
1.7
1.3
27
27
OCEAN TERMINAL TURNING BASIN 14.8 15.3 12.3 11-08 600 0.1 27
THEODORE SHIP CHANNEL:
BAY CUT 38.8 39.9 38.1 5-10 400 5.3 40
ANCHORAGE AREA 40.0L 40.0 40.0 5-10 300 0.2 40
LAND CUT 39.8 40.0 40.0 5-10 300 1.7 40
TURNING BASIN 40.0M 36.8 34.3 5-10 1400 0.3 40
BARGE CHANNEL 9.2 11.2 11.3 10-10 100 1.3 12
A. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 40.8 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
B. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 34.9 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
C. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 33.0 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
D. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.6 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
E. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.5 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
F. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.7 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
G. SHOALING EXISTS AT NORTH END OF PROJECT BY COCHRAN BRIDGE.
H. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 20.1 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
I. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 4.0 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT.
J. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 3.4 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT.
K. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 3.0 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT.
L. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 39.1 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
M. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 38.5 AT WESTERN END.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 437/11
On Chart 2810
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
BRUNSWICK HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF OCT 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT
MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE
OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
ST SIMONS RANGE (A) J35.0 J36.0 36.0 35.0 10-10 500 9.7 38
PLANTATION CREEK RANGE (B) 38.0 40.0 40.0 39.0 10-10 400 1.8 36
JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE (C) 38.0 38.0 38.0 36.0 10-10 400 1.9 36
CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE (D) 35.0 34.0 33.5 30.0 10-10 400 1.4 36
BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE 35.0 37.0 37.0 37.5 10-10 400 2.4 36
TURTLE RIVER LOWER RANGE 37.0 37.0 37.0 37.0 10-10 400 1.8 36
BLYTHE ISLAND RANGE 29.5 29.5 28.0 27.0 10-10 300 1.5 30
TURTLE RIVER UPPER RANGE 27.0 29.0 28.0 26.5 10-10 300 2.7 30
EAST RIVER (E)
ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE (F)

37.0

37.0

38.0

37.0

10-10

400

1.2

37-41
SECOND AVE TO MAYOR’S POINT K37.0 37.0 37.0 37.0 10-10 400 1.0 36
SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER (G & H) 32.5 36.0 36.5 35.0 10-10 400 1.3 36
A. THE ST. SIMONS RANGE WIDENER LEAST DEPTH WAS 33.0 FEET, LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM
THE RIGHT SIDE.
B. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF PLANTATION CREEK RANGE AND JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE LEAST DEPTHS WERE 44.5
FEET, LOCATED 100 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT, AND 51.0 FEET, LOCATED 400 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT
FROM THE LEFT SIDE.
C. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE AND CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS 37.0
FEET, LOCATED 75 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
D. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE AND BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS
36.0 FEET, LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
E. THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 39.0 FEET 100 FEET FROM BACKSIDE, 39.0 FEET 400 FEET FROM
BACKSIDE AND 39.0 FEET 600 FEET FROM BACKSIDE.
F. THE EAST RIVER ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE WIDENER LEAST DEPTHS WERE 25.5 FEET, LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE
CHANNEL LIMIT AND 37.0 FEET LOCATED 150 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE LEFT SIDE, AND 41.0 FEET
LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
G. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 40.0 FEET, 100 FEET AND 39.5 FEET, 400 FEET
FROM BOTH THE RIGHT AND LEFT SIDES.
H. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER GPA DOCK LEAST DEPTHS WERE 34.0 FEET ALONG THE DOCK AND 32.0 FEET ON THE
RIGHT SIDE.
J. EXCEPT FOR A 35 FEET OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY OF JUL 2006 AT 31°04´15.5´´N;
081°16´57.4´´W.
K. EXCEPT FOR A DANGEROUS WRECK LOCATED IN APPROXIMATE POSITION 31°08´49.8´´N; 081°29´59.3´´W.
NOTE - FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS, DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 50
FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMITS. (EXCEPT FOR THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN)
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 438/11
On Chart 2807
To accompany Notice to Mariners 478/11
On Chart 3148

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
SAVANNAH RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF OCT 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
TYBEE RANGE 43.0 43.0 45.0 43.0 10-10 600 3.79 44
BLOODY POINT RANGE 43.0 44.0 44.0 43.0 10-10 600 3.41 44
JONES ISLAND RANGE 42.0 42.5 43.0 44.0 10-10 600 1.33 44
TYBEE KNOLL CUT RANGE 43.0 44.0 44.0 42.5 10-10 500 2.84 42
NEW CHANNEL RANGE (A) 42.0 43.0 43.5 43.0 10-10 500 1.89 42
L. I. CROSSING RANGE 41.0 42.0 43.0 42.5 10-10 500 3.03 42
LOWER FLATS RANGE 40.5 45.5 45.0 43.0 10-10 500 1.52 42
UPPER FLATS RANGE 43.0 44.5 45.0 42.5 10-10 500 1.33 42
THE BIGHT CHANNEL 44.5 46.5 47.0 47.0 10-10 500 1.7 42
FT. JACKSON RANGE 44.0 46.5 47.0 43.0 10-10 500 0.76 42
OGLETHORPE RANGE 40.5 45.5 45.0 42.5 10-10 500 1.33 42
WRECKS CHANNEL (B) 40.5 43.5 46.0 43.0 10-10 500 1.7 42
CITY FRONT CHANNEL 42.5 45.0 44.5G 37.0 10-10 500 1.7 42
MARSH ISLAND CHANNEL (C) 40.0H 43.0 44.0 40.0 10-10 500 1.9 42
KINGS ISLAND CHANNEL (D) 38.0 38.5 42.0 42.0I 10-10 500 2.46 42
WHITEHALL CHANNEL (E) 29.0 29.0 32.0 33.0 10-10 400 0.66 42-36
PORT WENTWORTH CHANNEL (F) 30.0J 29.5 29.5 32.0 12-94; 10-10 200 1.33 30
A. OYSTER BED I. TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 44.0 FT, 40.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.
B. LAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 38.0 FT, 25.5 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. FIG IS
C. RSH ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 34.0 FT, 25.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. MA
D. ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 38.0FT, 36.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. KINGS
E. RGYLE ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 33.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. A
F. ORT WENTWORTH TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 29.0 FT, 19.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. P
G. EXCEPT FOR A 41 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°05´00.06´´N 81°05´27.07´´W.
H. EXCEPT FOR A 39 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°05´18.29´´N 81°05´58.99´´W.
I. EXCEPT FOR A 38 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°07´27.45´´N 81°08´02.29´´W.
J. EXC PT FOR A 31 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°09´15.04´´N 81°09´11.46´´W. E
NOTE : AT MEAN HIGH WATER, DEPTHS ARE ABOUT 7 FEET GREATER AT LOWER END OF THE HARBOR AND 7.7 FEET
GREATER AT UPPER END OF HARBOR.
NOTE : FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS, DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 75 FEET INSIDE
THE CHANNEL LIMITS.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
PANAMA CITY HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
PANAMA CITY HARBOR
ENTRANCE CHANNEL 35.3 36.0 34.4 8-10 450-300 1.5 38-36
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 478/11
On Chart 3148
To accompany Notice to Mariners 479/11
On Chart 2850
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
PORT ST. JOE
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
PORT ST. JOE HARBOR
RANGE A
RANGE B
RANGE C
30.2
31.0
31.0
34.9
31.0
30.4
32.2
31.1
30.2
6-10
6-10
6,7-10
500
400
400
3.7
1.7
1.4
37
37
37
RANGE D 24.6 23.6 24.5A 10-10 300 2.8 35
TURNING BASIN 22.8 23.4 20.9 5-09 1000 0.4 32
HARBOR CHANNEL 22.8 22.9 22.4 9-10 250 0.4 35
A. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO BARE IN THE VICINITY OF 29°52’39.6”N 85°23’03”W
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
BALTIMORE HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO AUG 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) * PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
BREWERTON CHANNEL
BREWERTON ANGLE
49.0
49.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
48.0
49.0
6-10
1-09
700
700-1460
3.50
1.10
50
50
FORT MCHENRY CHANNEL 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 3-10 700 4.22 50
FERRY BAR CHANNEL
EAST SECTION
CURTIS BAY CHANNEL
CURTIS CREEK
LOWER REACH
MIDDLE REACH
NORTHWEST HARBOR
35.0
49.0

36.0
19.6
43.0
49.0

35.6
20.6
33.0
50.0

35.6
20.6
38.0
50.0

36.2
18.4
11-09
11-09

8-08
8-08
600
400-1275

200
200-380
1.50
2.25

0.54
1.09
42
50

35
22
EAST CHANNEL (INC. TURNING
BASIN)
40.0 45.0 47.0 45.0 2-10 600-950 1.35 49
WEST CHANNEL (INC.TURNING
BASIN)
39.0 39.0 39.0 38.0 2-10 600-1068 1.38 40
* ALL DEPTHS REPORTED TO NEAREST FOOT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 479/11
On Chart 2850
To accompany Notice to Mariners 487/11
On Chart 2829
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
BALTIMORE HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO AUG 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) * PROJECT DIMENSIONS

NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
CRAIGHILL ENTRANCE 47.0 51.0 51.0 49.0 3-09 700 3.79 50
CRAIGHILL CHANNEL 49.0 51.0 51.0 47.0 4-09 700 3.24 50
CRAIGHILL ANGLE 44.0 46.0 48.0 45.0 7-10 700-1870 1.88 50
CRAIGHILL CHANNEL
UPPER RANGE

50.0

50.0

50.0

50.0

8-10

700

2.00

50
CUTOFF ANGLE 50.0 51.0 49.0 49.0 3-09 700-1740 1.14 50
BREWERTON CHANNEL 49.0 50.0 50.0 48.0 6-10 700 3.50 50
BREWERTON CHANNEL
EASTERN EXTENSION 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 1-10 600 6.33 35
SWAN POINT CHANNEL 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 6-09 600 3.13 35
TOLCHESTER CHANNEL 31.0 35.0 36.0 35.0 6-09 450-600 10.87** 35
* ALL DEPTHS REPORTED TO NEAREST FOOT.
** THE LAST 1.88 NM OVERLAPS WITH THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL CHANNEL.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – SURVEYS TO DEC 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGT
H
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL (A) 48.2 50.4 50.7 45.3 4,5,7-09 1000 13.0 55
NORTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32
SOUTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32
CAPE HENRY CHANNEL 44.6 42.3 41.6 43.6 10,11,12-10 1000 4.0 50
A. CHANNEL IS RESTRICTED TO EXCLUDE VESSELS AND TOWS DRAWING LESS THAN 25 FEET. CHANNEL MAINTAINED TO
50 FEET.
B. PROJECT MAINTENANCE DISCONTINUED
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 487/11
On Chart 2919
To accompany Notice to Mariners 488/11
On Chart 3686
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
THIMBLE SHOAL AND CHESAPEAKE BAY ENTRANCE
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO DEC 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL (A) 48.2 50.4 50.7 45.3 4,5,7-09 1000 13.0 55
NORTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32
SOUTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32
CAPE HENRY CHANNEL 44.6 42.3 41.6 43.6 10,11,12-10 1000 4.0 50
YORK SPIT CHANNEL 41.9 49.1 48.9 47.4 9-07 1000C 18.4 50
YORK RIVER ENTRANCE CHANNEL 37.0 38.1 38.3 37.4 7-08 750 13.8 37
A. CHANNEL IS RESTRICTED TO EXCLUDE VESSELS AND TOWS DRAWING LESS THAN 25 FEET. CHANNEL MAINTAINED TO 50 FEET.
B. PROJECT MAINTENANCE DISCONTINUED.
C. CHANNEL WIDTH MAINTAINED TO 800 FEET.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION.


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
MOREHEAD CITY HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(STAT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
RANGE A 13.5 29.0 38.1 10.1 11-10 450-650 6.6 47
CUTOFF 48.9 39.6 20.1 11.6 11-10 600 0.7 45
RANGE B 31.1 35.1 40.0 37.6 11-10 400 1.3 45
RANGE C 39.6 38.6 38.7 42.3 9-10 1888 0.6 45
EAST LEG 46.7 44.2 43.8 41.6 9-10 455-880 0.3 45
WEST LEG 31.2 35.8 42.9 39.3 9-10 775 0.5 35
NORTHWEST LEG 33.7 29.3 35.3 35.2 9-10 120-1200 0.5 35
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk05/11
To accompany Notice to Mariners 489/11
On Chart 3688
To accompany Notice to Mariners 490/11
On Chart 2813
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
CAPE FEAR RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(STAT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 3 36.9 41.0 41.1 38.7 9-10 500-900 5.7 44
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 2 34.8 42.9 40.8 26.5 9-10 900 0.8 44
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 1 42.6 43.6 32.5 13.2 9-10 700 0.9 44
SMITH ISLAND 20.9 39.6 44.0 42.8 11-10 500-650 0.9 44
BALDHEAD CASWELL 39.4 44.6 45.3 45.2 8-10 500 0.4 44
SOUTHPORT 42.7 45.1 38.3 36.5 8-10 500 1.0 44
BATTERY ISLAND 39.8 44.4 44.8 33.7 8-10 500 0.5 44
LOWER SWASH 40.5 42.3 42.4 40.0 8-10 400 1.8 42
SNOWS MARSH 39.3 41.2 41.6 39.9 9-10 400 2.9 42
HORSESHOE SHOAL 38.9 39.4 39.4 38.8 9-10 400 1.2 42
REAVES POINT 41.1 41.9 43.3 40.2 2-10 400 1.2 42
LOWER MIDNIGHT 38.2 41.8 42.8 37.0 5-10 600 1.6 42
UPPER MIDNIGHT 36.8 42.9 41.9 38.9 5-10 600 2.6 42
LOWER LILLIPUT 35.4 40.6 42.8 31.9 9-10 600 2.1 42
UPPER LILLIPUT 33.3 41.0 41.0 38.3 9-10 400 1.9 42
KEG ISLAND 39.7 43.7 41.4 34.0 11-10 400 1.5 42
LOWER BIG ISLAND 37.7 43.7 43.8 34.8 11-10 400 0.8 42
UPPER BIG ISLAND 38.7 42.9 38.9 28.5 11-10 510-700 0.5 42
LOWER BRUNSWICK 33.8 42.7 41.0 31.0 9-10 400 1.6 42
UPPER BRUNSWICK 35.8 44.4 42.8 39.5 9-10 400 0.8 42
FOURTH EAST JETTY 39.8 43.2 43.0 38.7 10-10 500 1.7 42
BETWEEN CHANNEL 42.5 42.5 43.0 42.7 11-10 550 0.5 42
LOWER ANCHORAGE BASIN 32.6 35.8 36.2 32.3 7-10 550-1200 0.75 42
UPPER ANCHORAGE BASIN 31.0 35.3 36.1 33.1 10-10 450-940 0.75 38
HWY 74-76 TO BATTLESHIP (A) 21.0 30.0 34.0 31.0 6-10 400 0.6 32
BATTLESHIP TO HWY 133 INCLUDING
TURNING BASIN (A)

12.0

26.0

29.0

21.0

6,7-10

190-850

0.9

32
HWY 133 TO HILTON BRIDGE (A) 28.0 29.0 29.0 32.0 7-10 200-400 0.5 32
THENCE TO TURNING BASIN AT
34°16´21´´N 77°57´04´´W (A)

20.0

20.0

19.0

15.0

7-10

200

1.0

25
TURNING BASIN (A) 18.0 21.0 11.0 9.0 7-10 700 0.1 25
THENCE TO END OF PROJECT AT
34°16´35´´N 77°57´02´´W (A)

9.5

9.0

9.9

9.0

12-09

500

0.1

25
A. CHANNELS ARE NOT REPORTED IN THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS CHANNEL CONDITION REPORT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
NORFOLK HARBOR AND NEWPORT NEWS
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO APR 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
NORFOLK HARBOR ENTRANCE REACH 50.1 52.5 53.8 53.1 4-07 1000 1.4 50
NORFOLK HARBOR REACH 49.4 49.5 49.6 47.2 10,11,12-09 1250-800 3.8 55
NEWPORT NEWS CHANNEL 47.7 A49.7 49.4 48.8 4-10 800 4.2 55
A. 51FT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED AT 36°57´12.4´´N 76°24´45.1´´W.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11
On Chart 3192
To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11
On Chart 3192
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
SABINE PASS AND SABINE - NECHES CANAL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS

NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
SABINE PASS:
PASS CHANNEL (A) 21.3 30.5 39.2 21.0 8-10 500-1150 5.6 40
ANCHORAGE BASIN 35.8 23.9 13.3 3.1 8-10 1500 1.6 40
PORT ARTHUR CANAL 34.0 39.3 38.0 29.6 8-10 500 5.5 40
JUNCTION - PORT ARTHUR CANAL AND
SABINE NECHES CANALS 26.4 33.1 30.5 27.4 8-10 400-1200 1.3 40
ENTRANCE TO PORT ARTHUR
TURNING BASINS 27.8 31.8 33.2 30.5 10-10 282-735 0.4 40
PORT ARTHUR EAST TURNING BASIN 33.5 34.2 34.1 32.9 10-10 370-547 0.3 40
PORT ARTHUR WEST TURNING BASIN 31.4 31.1 34.0 30.8 10-10 350-735 0.3 40
CHANNEL FROM PORT ARTHUR
WEST TURNING BASIN TO
TAYLOR BAYOU TURNING BASIN 30.3 39.4 34.5 31.9 10-10 200-350 0.6 40
TAYLOR BAYOU TURNING BASIN 33.5 38.4 38.7 37.8 10-10 90-1233 0.7 40
SABINE - NECHES CANAL:
JCT PORT ARTHUR TO NECHES RIVER 25.9 35.8 33.9 25.6 8-10 400 11.1 40
NECHES RIVER TO SABINE RIVER 18.9 20.2 18.8 15.4 8-10 200 4.5 30
A. DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE. A DEPTH VALUE REFERRED TO
MEAN LOW TIDE WOULD BE APPROXIMATELY ONE FOOT DEEPER WHEN REFERRED TO MEAN LOWER LOW WATER AT THE
SABINE PASS NORTH TIDE GAUGE, AT 29°43’42”N 93°52’12”W.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
SABINE PASS
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
SABINE BANK CHANNEL 36.0 40.9 38.9 33.4 9-10 800 14.7 42
OUTER BAR CHANNEL 33.4 40.2 36.3 31.0 7-10 800 3.4 42
JETTY CHANNEL 31.3 42.7 41.2 30.4 8-10 800-500 4.1 40
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11
On Chart 3192
To accompany Notice to Mariners 494/11
On Chart 3149
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
NECHES RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
MOUTH TO SMITH BLUFF CUT-OFF 29.5 33.7 31.1 28.7 9-10 400 9.6 40
TURNING BASIN AT DEER BAYOU 35.5 33.7 31.1 29.9 9-10 700 0.3 40
TURNING BASIN AT SMITHS BLUFF 36.6 35.5 34.5 33.6 9-10 1400-400 0.2 40
SMITH BLUFF TO BEAUMONT T.B 31.2 35.5 34.5 31.7 9-10 400 8.4 40
TURNING BASIN @ MILE 40.3 31.2 38.1 39.2 36.8 9-10 400-1306 0.3 40
CHANNEL EXTENSION C 37.2 41.0 42.0 37.6 9-10 350 0.2 36
MANOEUVRING AREA AT
BEAUMONT TURNING BASIN
21.1 35.9 35.0 32.0 9-10 400-1000 0.4 40
BEAUMONT TURNING BASIN EXTENSION 34.5 34.0 29.7 22.6 9-10 300 0.3 34
BEAUMONT T.B TO BETHLEHEM SHPYDS 14.7 19.1 21.5 14.4 9-10 200 1.1 30
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
PENSACOLA HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUL 2010 AND SURVEY OF JUL 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
CAUCUS CHANNEL 27.4 30.3 30.3 33.0 7-10 A500 3.1 A35
BARRANCAS CHANNEL 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 7-10 A500 1.7 A35
PICKENS CHANNEL 43.6 45.5 45.5 B45.9 1-09,10 A500 2.8 A35
A. PROJECT DIMENSIONS OF 44 FEET FOR A WIDTH OF 800 FEET PROVIDED BY THE U.S. NAVY. AUTHORISED USACE PROJECT IS
35 FEET FOR A WIDTH OF 500 FEET.
B. EXCEPT FOR A 43 FT OBSTRUCTION REPORTED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 30°19’57.7”N 87°16’39.3”W
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 494/11
On Chart 3149
To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011
On Chart 792
CHART 3944: POSITIONS
To agree with smaller scale chart 3944 which
is referred to WGS84 Datum, positions read
from chart 792 must be adjusted by 0·02
minutes SOUTHWARD and 0·08 minutes
WESTWARD.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011
On Chart 3921
CHART 3944: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3921 differ from those on
chart 3944 by varying amounts; positions
should be transferred by bearing and distance
from common charted objects, not by latitude
and longitude.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011
On Chart 3943
CHART 1366 AND 3944: POSITIONS
To agree with larger scale chart 1366 and the
adjoining chart 3944 which are referred to
WGS84 Datum, positions read from charts
1366 and 3944 must be adjusted by 0·02
minutes SOUTHWARD and 0·08 minutes
WESTWARD.


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
PENSACOLA HARBOR AND BAYOU CHICO CHANNELS
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF SEP 2010 AND SURVEY OF SEP 2010
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
PENSACOLA HARBOR
BAY CHANNEL 33.0 33.0 31.8 8-10 300 2.7 33
WEST CHANNEL 26.8 27.1 27.0 9-10 300 1.3 33
EAST CHANNEL 31.6 31.7 31.0 9-10 300 0.8 33
HARBOR CHANNEL 26.7 26.3 26.3 9-10 500 0.9 33
BAYOU CHICO CHANNELS
ENTRANCE CHANNEL 15.0 15.0 14.6 8-10 100 0.8 15
INNER CHANNEL 10.8 14.0 13.4 8-10 75 1.1 14
TURNING BASIN 6.4 9.7 8.5 8-10 500 - 14
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011
On Chart 3945
CHART 3944: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3945 differ from those on
chart 3944 by varying amounts; positions
should be transferred by bearing and distance
from common charted objects, not by latitude
and longitude.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 454/11
On Chart 4750
ATTENTION n
o
2
L’amarrage à point unique (SPM), marqué par deux feux à
éclats blancs, est muni d’un flexible de déchargement
flottant librement et d’une longueur de 244 mètres. Le cercle
indique la limite d’exclusion lorsque les bâtiments
approchent, déchargent ou quittent le SPM.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 454/11
On Chart 4750
CAUTION No 2
The monobuoy, marked by two flashing white lights, is
equipped with a 244 metre free floating hose. The circle
indicates the limit of the exclusion zone when vessels are
approaching, discharging at or departing the SPM.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 483/11
On Chart 118
ENTRY RESTRICTED
Only vessels engaged in mooring or berthing
are permitted to enter the Restricted Areas
shown.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 158.7 by 164.8
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 120.5 by 178.2
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 159.5 by 207.3
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 397/11. Image Size (mm) 166.5 by 240
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 399/11. Image Size (mm) 116.4 by 121.7
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 399/11. Image Size (mm) 95.4 by 114.2
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 400/11. Image Size (mm) 134.9 by 223.5
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 401/11. Image Size (mm) 133.3 by 93.4
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 402/11. Image Size (mm) 165 by 200.2
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 404/11. Image Size (mm) 82.6 by 69.1
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11. Image Size (mm) 64.6 by 67.7
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11. Image Size (mm) 67.8 by 63.3
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11. Image Size (mm) 64.2 by 105.1
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 406/11. Image Size (mm) 63 by 62.2
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 406/11. Image Size (mm) 63 by 62.2
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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

See The Mariner’s Handbook (2009 Edition). Messages printed below are all in force on 24 January 2011. It is recommended
that this reprint should be kept in a file or book divided into areas, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most
convenient Admiralty Chart is quoted. For those series originated by other authorities only selected important warnings are
reproduced.

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Weekly Edition 5, 3 February 2011 (published on the UKHO Website 24 January 2011).
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(1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
NAVAREA I warnings in force 24/1/11: 2008 series: 341. 2010 series: 056 106 196 268 317 356 357 358 363 364 365 369.
2011 series: 003 011 012 013 014 015.

010 Cancelled.

011 LORAN C. North-West Europe. Station Vaerlandet. Chain rates 9007Y and 7499Y, off-air.

012 Navarea One messages in force at 211000 UTC Jan 11. Cancel 008/11.

013 SCOTLAND, WEST COAST. Firth of Clyde. Chart BA 2126. Pladda Light 55-25.5N 005-07.1W, range
temporarily reduced to 10 miles.

014 GPS. 1. PRN 25 unusable 242100 UTC to 250900 UTC Jan. 2. Cancel this message 251000 UTC Jan 11.

015 RIGLIST. Correct at 240600 UTC Jan 11.

Southern North Sea: 51° to 55°N.
52-38.1N 003-37.4E Noble George Sauvageau
54-10.0N 003-06.2E Noble Ronald Hoope
NEW To Great Yarmouth Noble Julie Robertson
54-34.3N 000-30.9E Ensco 72

North Sea: 55° to 60°N, East of 5°W and the Baltic Sea.
56-22.9N 004-14.2E Maersk Giant
NEW ACP Varg Field Maersk Guardian
56-34.8N 002-30.4E Ocean Princess
NEW 56-48.3N 000-46.1E GSF Galaxy 2
56-54.9N 002-24.0E Rowan Gorilla 6
56-57.6N 001-48.4E Rowan Gorilla 5
57-10.2N 002-15.6E Sedco 711
57-11.1N 001-54.8E Ensco 101
57-58.3N 001-51.7E Ocean Nomad
58-01.6N 001-06.6E Stena Spey
58-14.3N 001-34.3E Byford Dolphin
58-25.2N 000-32.9W Sedco 704
58-25.4N 001-43.4E West Epsilon
58-34.1N 001-42.2E Ocean Vanguard
58-37.8N 001-44.3E Transocean Leader
58-44.3N 003-55.6E West Alpha
58-45.8N 001-13.0E JW McLean
NEW 58-52.4N 002-15.7E Bredford Dolphin
59-03.9N 001-45.3E Songa Delta
59-09.7N 001-36.9E West Phoenix
59-16.6N 001-55.6E Transocean Winner
59-20.3N 001-32.4E Noble Ton van Langeveld
59-31.9N 001-24.4E GSF Arctic 3
59-35.2N 002-05.2E Songa Dee



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Norwegian Sea: North of 60°N, East of 5°W.
60-32.5N 001-52.7E Sedco 714
60-44.0N 003-36.1E Stena Don
60-45.3N 003-26.5E Songa Trym
NEW To Fensfjorden West Venture
61-04.1N 002-07.0E Deepsea Atlantic
61-15.7N 003-21.5E Bideford Dolphin
61-20.3N 003-57.4E Transocean Searcher
61-28.0N 001-32.1E Transocean John Shaw
62-39.2N 001-07.3W Stena Carron
63-26.8N 005-54.8E Aker Barents
63-38.0N 005-18.0E West Navigator
64-50.1N 007-00.9E Transocean Arctic
65-02.4N 006-56.3E Scarabeo 5
65-21.8N 007-20.2E Deepsea Bergen
65-42.2N 007-35.4E Borgland Dolphin
66-00.3N 008-01.9E Aker Spitsbergen
71-12.0N 020-54.9E Polar Pioneer

South and West Coasts of the British Isles.
NIL.

NOTES:
A. Rigs are protected by a 500 metre safety zone.
B. ACP - Adjacent to Charted Platform.

2. Cancel 009/11.

Cancel 351/10. ANM 6317/10 refers.


(2) Navarea II (E Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea II warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
013 to 018 received.


(3) Navarea III (Mediterranean) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea III warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
020 to 030 received.


(4) Navarea IV (NW Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea IV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
018 to 025 received.


(5) Navarea V (W Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea V warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
021 to 034 received.


(6) Navarea VI (SW Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea VI warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
009 and 010 received.


(7) Navarea VII (SE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea VII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
009 to 012 received.


(8) Navarea VIII (Indian Ocean) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea VIII warnings in force 24/1/11: 2010 series: 716 805. 2011 series: 022.
035 to 055 received.




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(9) Navarea IX (Persian Gulf, Red Sea, NW Arabian Sea) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea IX warnings in force 24/1/11: 2009 series: 227. 2010 series: 430.
033 to 053 received.


(10) Navarea X (Australia, New Guinea) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea X warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
Nil received.


(11) Navarea XI (Malacca Strait, China Sea, N Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XI warnings in force 24/1/11: 2011 series: 011.
032 to 045 received.


(12) Navarea XII (NE Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
016 to 026 received.


(13) Navarea XIII (NW Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XIII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
2010 series: 069 and 070 received.
2011 series: Nil received.


(14) Navarea XIV (SW Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XIV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
003 to 006 received.


(15) Navarea XV (SE Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
003 to 012 received.


(16) Navarea XVI (E Pacific) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Navarea XVI warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL.
Nil received


(17) Hydropacs (Pacific, Indian Ocean) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Hydropacs in force 24/1/11: 2008 series: 1140 1141 1473. 2009 series: 687.
191 to 274 received.


(18) Hydrolants (Atlantic, Mediterranean) Weekly Edition 5
Edited Hydrolants in force 24/1/11: NIL.
095 to 142 received.
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AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
NP22 Bay of Biscay Pilot (2010 Edition)
France – West Coast – Benodet —
Directions; light
66
Paragraph 3.82 1 lines 5-6 Delete
French Notice 11/02/15
(SDD 2011000 011316) [05/11]
NP37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot
(2008 Edition)
South-west coast — General information;
restricted area
60
After Paragraph 2.32 2 line 6 Insert:
Restricted area
2.32a
1 A safety zone of 500 m radius is established around
position 50°20′⋅8N 5°37′⋅1W, which is the site of a
cable hub, and is marked by a light buoy (special).
South West RDA
(SDD 2010000 141317; 213496) [05/11]
Wales – South-west coast – Milford Haven —
Principal marks; landmarks
157
Paragraph 5.74 2 lines 1-2 Replace by:
2 Chimney (51°42′⋅6N 4°59′⋅4W), standing within the
Semlogistics Refinery.
165
Paragraph 5.97 2 line 3-5 Replace by:
A large tank farm is situated onshore abreast the
terminal; within this complex there is a prominent
chimney (5.74), 6 cables NNE of the jetties.
Milford Haven Port Authority
(SDD 2010000 217757) [05/11]
Wales – South-west coast – Milford Haven —
Depths at berths
165
Paragraph 5.96 3 line 7 Including existing Section IV
Notice Week 30/10 For 5⋅6 m and 5⋅7 m Read 6⋅2 m
Paragraph 5.96 4 line 2 Including existing Section IV
Notice Week 30/10 For 5⋅5 m (2009) Read 6⋅0 m (2010)
Milford Haven Port Authority
(SDD 2010000 208594) [05/11]
NP44 Malacca Strait and West coast of Sumatera
Pilot (2008 Edition)
East coast of Sumatera – Belawan —
Offshore oil terminal
110
Paragraph 4.128 1 lines 1-6 Replace by:
1 An offshore oil discharging terminal, comprising
four mooring buoys and two SBMs (3°51′N 98°47′E),
is connected to the coast 3¼ miles SSE of
Nipahlarrangan Light (4.100) by submarine pipelines
which are laid across Belawan Channel. Another
pipeline is laid from the SW-most SBM across the
shoal water to the E of Belawan Channel, in a general
SW direction, into Kuala Deli (3°47′N 98°43′E).
Vessels of between 17 000 dwt and...
Indonesian Notice 52/494/2010
(SDD 2011000 002796) [05/11]
Singapore Strait – west-going traffic lane –
Horsburgh Light to south of Johor Shoal —
Wreck
242
Paragraph 7.148 3 line 6 Replace by:
...(1°18′N104°16′E) lying in the fairway, thence:
Clear of a dangerous wreck (1°17′⋅7N 104°11′⋅1E)
marked by a light buoy (isolated danger).
Paragraph 7.148 4 line 1-2 Replace by:
4 Thence the track leads between W and WSW as...
Malaysian Notice 99/2010
(SDD 2011000 001628) [05/11]
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AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS
Vol A Edition 2010/11. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 03 February 2011.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
A1212 - Le Crotoy. Marina. Jetty. W
side. S Head
50 12·87 N
1 37·77 E
Fl R 2s 4 2 Red post fl 0·4.
TE 2011
* * *
A2304 - Great Yarmouth. Haven.
Gorleston Pier
52 34·33 N
1 44·28 E
Fl R 3s 11 11 Building fl 1.
Vis 235°-340°(105°)
* * * * *
A2308·5 - Great Yarmouth. Haven.
Gorleston. North Pier.
Westward
52 34·38 N
1 44·35 E
Horn(3) 60s . . . . . . (bl 2, si 2) x 2, bl 2, si 50.
Traffic Signals
* * * * * * * *
A8275·8 - Viking bank Northwards.
35/9 GJOA
(NO)
61 19·91 N
3 53·71 E
Lit . . . . Floating production
platform
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 1, dated 06 January 2011.
B0174 - Noorderhoofd. Ldg Lts
149·5°. Rear. 0·73M from
front. Westkapelle
51 31·75 N
3 26·83 E
Fl W 3s 50 28 Square tower, red
superstructure
50
fl 0·1.
Obscured by the land on certain
bearings
- - - - - - . . AIS
* * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
C2738·51 - Police. Ldg Lts 312·6°.
Rear. 485·7m from front
53 33·89 N
14 35·13 E
Oc R 10s 60 14 Orange and white
round tower, lantern
with 2 galleries
ec 2·5.
Synchronized with front
* * * * * * * *
C3442 Akmeņraga bãka
(Akmeņrags)
56 49·91 N
21 03·43 E
LFl(2)W 10s 38 15 Red round masonry
tower, balcony and
lantern room
37
fl 1, ec 1, fl 3, ec 5.
Vis 000°-225°(225°)
- . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992751681 TD 2011
*
C3448 Užava 57 12·55 N
21 24·88 E
Fl(2)W 10s 44 15 White round stone
tower with balcony
and lantern room
19
fl 1·5, ec 2·5, fl 1·5, ec 4·5.
Vis 340°-198°(218°)
- . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992751651 TD 2011
*
C3470 - Ovīšu 57 34·12 N
21 42·95 E
LFl W 7·5s 38 15 White round tower
37
fl 3.
Vis 010°-223°(213°)
- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992751476 TD 2011
*
C3872 Vergi 59 36·09 N
26 06·05 E
Fl WRG 3s 11 W 7
R 7
G 7
White round concrete
tower, balcony and
lantern
10
fl 0·5.
G120°-167°(47°),
W167°-267°(100°),
R267°-356°(89°), W356°-003°(7°)
*
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C3946 - Nerva 60 14·74 N
27 57·32 E
Fl W 8s 44 18 Red and white 4-sided
framework structure,
black top
37
fl 1
- - Reserve light . . . . . . 9
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
D1494·85 - Puerto de Mutriku.
Breakwater. Central Tidal
Barrage. Head
43 18·70 N
2 22·60 W
Fl G 5s 13 5 Green and white
round column
3
fl 0·5.
Destroyed (T) 2010
*
D1559·97 - Marina de Santander. Ldg
Lts 235·6°. Front
43 25·75 N
3 48·84 W
Iso W 2s 9 2 Grey column
5
TE 2011
*
D1559·98 - Marina de Santander. Ldg
Lts 235·6°. Rear. 46m from
front
43 25·74 N
3 48·86 W
Oc W 5s 10 2 White column, red
bands
6
ec 2.
TE 2011
*
D1562·8 - Training Wall 43 26·23 N
4 02·10 W
Fl R 5s 7 3 Red post
7
fl 0·5
*
D1647 - Puerto de Luarca. Dique del
Canouco. Head
43 32·92 N
6 32·15 W
Fl(2)R 7s 19 5 Red round tower
13
fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.
TE 2011
*
D1667·5 - Rinlo. Breakwater. Head 43 33·53 N
7 06·22 W
Fl G 5s 12 3 Green round tower
6
fl 0·5
*
D1694·8 - Cabo Prioriño Chico. Outer
Port. Breakwater. Head
43 27·21 N
8 19·81 W
Fl R 5s 21 7 Red &, red band on
truncated tower
6
fl 0·5
- - - - - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 67715
* *
D1698·2 - La Graña. Oil Wharf. NE
Head
43 28·24 N
8 15·81 W
Fl(3)R 9s 11 1 Red post
8
(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 4·5
*
D1725 - Puerto de Cayón.
Breakwater. Head
43 19·22 N
8 36·14 W
Fl(3)G 9s 5 3 Green round tower
4
(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 4·5
*
D1791·8 - Puerto de Portosín.
Breakwater. Head
42 45·94 N
8 56·91 W
Fl(3)G 9s 8 5 Green and white
round tower
6
(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.
TE 2011
*
D2574 - Pointe d'el Hank 33 36·59 N
7 39·27 W
Fl(3)W 15s 65 30 White round tower
49
(fl 0·1, ec 2·9) x 2, fl 0·1, ec 8·9.
TE 2010
- - . . Siren(3) 120s . . . . . . (bl 3, si 27) x 2, bl 3, si 57
* * * * * * * *
D2844·68 Remove from list
D2844·7 - Puerto de San Sebastián.
Breakwater. Head. S corner
28 04·97 N
17 06·57 W
Fl G 5s 15 6 Green round tower,
truncated conical top
and base
7
fl 0·5
*
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D3112 Port of Buchanan. Grand
Bassa Point
5 52·11 N
10 03·66 W
Iso WR 4s 29 15 Yellow and orange
metal framework
tower
24
Aeromarine.
R297°-342°(45°),
W342°-104°(122°),
R104°-149°(45°).
Reported TE 2009
*
D3112·4 Port of Buchanan. Main
Breakwater. Head
5 51·43 N
10 03·63 W
Fl G 3s 9 3 White square concrete
tower
fl 0·3.
Reported TE 2009. Floodlit
*
D3112·6 Port of Buchanan.
Commercial Quay. Head
5 51·57 N
10 03·46 W
Fl R 3s 8 3 White square concrete
tower
fl 0·3.
Reported TE 2009. Floodlit
*
D3112·9 Port of Buchanan. Lts in line.
Front
5 51·34 N
10 02·78 W
3 F Y(vert) . . . . ( on mast PA. Occas. Marks N limit of
fairway. Common rear D3113.
Reported TE 2009
*
D3113 Port of Buchanan. Ldg Lts
103°. Common rear
5 51·28 N
10 02·59 W
3 F Y(vert) . . . . Mast PA. Occas. Front D3113·1.
Reported TE 2009
- Lts in line. Common rear . . 3 FY(vert) . . . . . . PA. Occas. Marks N limit of
fairway. Front D3112·9. Reported
TE 2009
*
D3113·1 Port of Buchanan. Ldg Lts
103°. Front
5 51·35 N
10 02·87 W
3 F Y(vert) . . . . Framework tower on
dolphin
PA. Occas. Common rear D3113.
Reported TE 2009
*
D3113·3 Port of Buchanan. Lts in line.
Front
5 51·29 N
10 02·70 W
3 F Y(vert) . . . . ( on mast PA. Occas. Marks S limit of
fairway. Rear D3113·31. Reported
TE 2009
*
D3113·31 Port of Buchanan. Lts in line.
Rear
5 51·27 N
10 02·56 W
3 F Y(vert) . . . . Mast PA. Occas. Marks S limit of
fairway. Front D3113·3. Reported
TE 2009
*
D4052 - Lts in line 251°30′. Front 3 27·60 N
8 33·10 E
F G 3 3 Red v on white post,
red bands
3
TE 2009
*
D7318·4 Bandar Al Rowdha. Marina.
E Breakwater. Head
23 35·03 N
58 36·48 E
Fl(2)R 5s 9 3 Metal post
2
*
D7318·5 Bandar Al Rowdha. Marina.
N Breakwater. Head
23 35·03 N
58 36·44 E
Fl(4)G 15s 7 3 Metal post
1
*
D7325·23 As Suwayq. Fishing Harbour.
E Breakwater. Head
23 51·32 N
57 26·51 E
LFl R 6s
* * * * * * * *
D7325·26 As Suwayq. Fishing Harbour.
W Breakwater. Head
23 51·40 N
57 26·60 E
LFl G 6s
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
E0008 La Atunara. Breakwater.
Head
36 10·74 N
5 19·91 W
Fl G 8s 11 5 Green round tower fl 1.
TE 2011
*
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E0056·15 - Marina La Bajadilla. W
Breakwater. Head
36 30·40 N
4 52·60 W
Fl(2)R 10s 5 4 White square tower,
red lantern
3
fl 1, ec 2, fl 1, ec 6.
TE 2011
*
E0103 - Central Power Station. Pier.
Head
36 49·19 N
2 26·65 W
VQ(9)W 10s 11 5 $ on yellow
framework tower,
black band, on
column
9
TE 2011
*
E0140·92 - Los Nietos. Yacht Club.
Breakwater. Elbow
37 39·13 N
0 46·92 W
VQ W 0·5s . . 1 ) on black post,
yellow base
4
*
E0265·6 - Puerto Deportivo Ibiza la
Nueva. Outer Breakwater.
Head
38 54·77 N
1 26·62 E
Fl(2)G 7s 12 1 Green round tower on
white base
11
fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.
TE 2011
*
E0312·2 - Porto Petro. Espigón
Martillo. N Head
39 21·80 N
3 12·80 E
Fl(2+1)G 12s 6 3 Green round tower,
red band on white
square base
5
fl 0·8, ec 1·2, fl 0·8, ec 2·4, fl 0·8, ec
6.
Irreg (T) 2011
*
E0345·9 - Puerto de Ciutadella. E
Point. N shore. Cala d'en
Busquets. Dir Lt 045°
39 59·97 N
3 49·71 E
Dir Fl WRG 5s 9 W 5
R 3
G 3
White square tower
3
fl 1.
Fl G042°-044°(2°).
Fl W044°-046°(2°) marks centre of
channel.
Fl R046°-048°(2°)
*
E0346·4 - Puerto de Ciutadella. At foot
of cliff. La Muralla. Dir Lt
064. 5°
40 00·09 N
3 50·16 E
Dir Oc(2)WRG
9·5s
8 W 5
R 3
G 3
White square tower
6
ec 0·5, lt 2, ec 0·5, lt 6·5.
Oc(2) G063°-064°(1°).
Oc(2) W064°-065°(1°).
Oc(2) R065°-066°(1°)
*
E0374·12 - Sant Carles de la Rápita.
Dársena Este. Dique de
Levante. Pier. Head
40 37·10 N
0 36·20 E
Fl(2+1)R 15s 2 1 Red and green column
1
fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 3, fl 0·5, ec 9
* * * * * * * *
E0374·13 - Sant Carles de la Rápita.
Dársena Este. Dique de
Abrigo. W side. Corner
40 37·10 N
0 36·20 E
Fl G 5s 3 1 Green column
1
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
E0374·14 - Sant Carles de la Rápita.
Dársena Este. Dique de
Levante. W side. Corner
40 37·00 N
0 36·10 E
Fl R 5s 2 1 Red column
1
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
E0394·4 - Muelle Transversal. E
corner
41 10·60 N
1 31·63 E
VQ(6)+LFl W
10s
9 3 " on black post,
yellow top
4
(fl 0·3, ec 0·3) x 6, fl 1·4, ec 5.
Obscured within the port
*
E0396·8 Puerto de Ginesta. Outer
Breakwater. Head
41 15·34 N
1 55·24 E
Fl(2)G 10s 8 5 Green tower
3
fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 7·5
*
E0620 - Carro. Breakwater. Head 43 19·78 N
5 02·55 E
Q WR 8 W 9
R 6
White column, red top
4
W322°-355°(33°),
R355°-322°(327°)
* *
E2227·1 Polignano a Mare. Porticciolo
Cala Ponte. Inner Mole. Head
41 00·30 N
17 12·20 E
F R 8 3 Red post
6
Private. TE 2010
*
E4661·55 Sıǧacık Körfezi. Sıǧacık
Limanı. Breakwater. Head
38 11·74 N
26 46·96 E
Fl G 4s 9 3 White concrete tower fl 1
* * *
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E4661·6 Sıǧacık Körfezi. Sıǧacık
Limanı. N Breakwater. Head
38 11·69 N
26 46·95 E
Fl R 4s 9 3 White concrete tower fl 1
* *
E4665·1 - Yalikavak Limani. Yat
Limani. Breakwater. N Head
37 06·39 N
27 16·91 E
Fl W 4s 15 2 . . fl 1
* * * * * * * *
E4665·11 - Yalikavak Limani. Yat
Limani. Breakwater. S Head
37 06·30 N
27 16·98 E
Fl G 4s 13 2 Green pylon fl 1
* * * * * * * *
E4665·12 - Yalikavak Limani. Yat
Limani. Mole. Head
37 06·34 N
27 17·02 E
Fl R 4s 10 2 Red pylon fl 1
* * * * * * * *
E4896·5 Tekirdaǧ. Pier. Head 40 58·37 N
27 31·00 E
Fl(4)Y 10s 9 4
* * * *
E4900·4 - Mudanya. Jetty. Elbow 40 22·53 N
28 53·34 E
Fl(3)Y 9s 22 4 Mast
* * *
E4930 - Derince Burnu. Pier. Head 40 44·81 N
29 49·58 E
Fl(5)Y 20s 10 4 Round tower (fl 1, ec 1) x 4, fl 1, ec 11
* *
E4930·05 - Derince Burnu. Pier. Head 40 44·83 N
29 49·86 E
Fl(3)R 9s 10 7 Round tower (fl 0·5, ec 1) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 5·5
* *
E4936·8 Remove from list - not a navigational light
E4936·9 Remove from list - not a navigational light
E4971·5 Remove from list
E5808·4 Sinop. Fishermans Shelter.
Jetty. Head
42 01·29 N
35 09·10 E
Iso Y 2s 8 5 Mast
* * * * *
E5873·1 - Coal and Ore Quay. Head 36 48·21 N
34 39·33 E
Fl(2+1)R 12s 9 3 White metal tower fl 1, ec 1, (fl 1, ec 4) x 2
* *
E5873·4 - W Quay. Head 36 47·74 N
34 38·27 E
Fl(3) Y 8s 9 3 Yellow round tower
6
(fl 0·5, ec 1) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 4·5
* *
E5873·5 - E Jetty. Head 36 47·96 N
34 38·94 E
Fl(2) Y 10s 9 3 Yellow round tower
6
fl 1, ec 1·5, fl 1, ec 6·5
* *
E5873·55 - Ferry Quay. Head 36 48·23 N
34 39·11 E
Fl(2+1) G 12s 9 3 White round tower
6
fl 1, ec 1, (fl 1, ec 4) x 2
* *
E5920 Ra's Ibn Hāni' 35 35·14 N
35 43·00 E
Fl W 5s 18 12 White tower fl 0·5
* *
E5921·4 - El Burj 35 30·87 N
35 46·13 E
Fl(2)W 9s 22 10 White tower
5
TE 2010
* *
E5921·5 - Ldg Lts 115·6°. Front 35 31·79 N
35 46·12 E
Fl(2)R 5s . . 6 . . TE 2010
* *
E5921·51 - Ldg Lts 115·6°. Rear 35 31·67 N
35 46·42 E
Fl(2)R 5s . . 6 . . TE 2010
* *
E5921·6 - Breakwater. Head 35 31·91 N
35 45·30 E
LFl G 4s 4 5 Green pylon
* * *
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E5921·7 - Marina. N Breakwater 35 32·51 N
35 45·79 E
Fl R 3s
* *
E5921·71 - Marina. S Breakwater 35 32·47 N
35 45·73 E
Fl G 5s
* *
E5923·7 - W Breakwater. Head 34 54·60 N
35 51·27 E
Fl G 4s . . . . Green tower, white
bands
*
E5923·8 - E Breakwater. Head 34 54·58 N
35 51·56 E
Fl R 4s 7 5 Black metal
framework tower
* *
E5935·5 - Northern Mole. NE end 33 54·96 N
35 31·97 E
Fl(2)G . . . . Metal tower TE 2010
* *
E5935·8 - Breakwater. W Head 33 54·73 N
35 31·98 E
Fl(3)R 3s . . . . Red metal tower
* *
E5935·9 - Breakwater. Elbow 33 54·68 N
35 32·07 E
Mo(D)Y . . . . Metal tower TE 2010
*
E5935·95 - Breakwater. E Head 33 54·67 N
35 32·32 E
Fl G 2s . . . . Green metal tower
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
F0969·21 - Transit. Rear. 500m from
front
17 37·46 N
83 13·47 E
Q W . . 12 White 4-sided
framework tower, red
bands
29
*
F1685·78 - Banyan 1 13·35 N
103 41·58 E
Fl (2) 10s 11 5 # on black beacon,
red band (2 Black
Spheres)
Ra refl
- - . . AIS
* * * * * * * *
F1924·2 Kuala Bintulu. Wesonic 8.
Wreck
3 11·01 N
113 01·29 E
Fl(2)W 10s . . . . # on black beacon,
red band
Destroyed (T) 2011
*
F2860 - Port of Kemaman. No 1 4 13·72 N
103 29·27 E
Fl G 5s 11 2 Beacon on dolphin Destroyed (T) 2011
*
F3661·494 Remove from list
F3661·495 - Damen Daqiao. No 9 28 00·07 N
121 00·39 E
Fl(2)R 6s 8 4 Red & on red 4-sided
metal framework
tower
6
* * * * * * * *
F3661·496 - Damen Daqiao. No 10 28 00·03 N
121 00·33 E
Fl(2)R 6s 8 4 Red & on red 4-sided
metal framework
tower
6
* * * * * * * *
F3661·497 Remove from list
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F3661·498 - Damen Daqiao. No 11 28 00·16 N
121 00·26 E
Fl(2)G 6s 8 4 Green % on green
4-sided metal
framework tower
6
* * * * * * * *
F3661·499 - Damen Daqiao. No 12 28 00·12 N
121 00·21 E
Fl(2)G 6s 8 4 Green % on green
4-sided metal
framework tower
6
* * * * * * * *
F3717·893 - Caojing. Electric Works. No
1
30 44·48 N
121 24·91 E
Mo (C) Y 12s 9 3 Yellow × on yellow
metal pole
6
* * * * * * * *
F3717·8931 - Caojing. Electric Works. No
2
30 45·17 N
121 24·26 E
Mo (C) Y 12s 9 3 Yellow × on yellow
metal pole
6
* * * * * * * *
F3717·894 - Lin gang. Gas Electric
Works. No 1
30 50·23 N
121 47·24 E
Mo (C) Y 12s 9 3 Yellow × on yellow
metal pole
5
Sync No 1 - No 4
* * * * * * * *
F3717·895 - Lin gang. Gas Electric
Works. No 4
30 50·79 N
121 47·19 E
Mo (C) Y 12s 9 3 Yellow × yellow
metal pole
5
* * * * * * * *
F4059·05 - Crude Oil Terminal. Berth
No 22
38 58·02 N
121 54·72 E
Iso W 6s 20 6 White column, black
bands
10
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
G4297·05 - Plains Products Pier. A 38 02·68 N
122 06·15 W
Fl W 4s 5 . . On pier Private
* * * * * * * *
G4297·06 - Plains Products Pier. B 38 02·72 N
122 06·10 W
Fl W 4s 5 . . On pier Private
* * * * * * * *
G4297·07 - Plains Products Pier. C 38 02·75 N
122 06·03 W
Fl W 4s 5 . . On pier Private
* * * * * * * *
G4297·08 - Plains Products Pier. D 38 02·77 N
122 05·98 W
Fl W 4s 5 . . On pier Private
* * * * * * * *
G5006·7 - No 4 48 16·05 N
122 38·38 W
Fl R 2·5s 5 4 Red % on pile
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
H0692·5 - La Scie. Harbour. Floating
Dock
49 57·59 N
55 36·09 W
Fl R 4s 2 2 Mast
* * * * * * * *
H1232 - Pomquet Island. NE end 45 39·45 N
61 44·87 W
LFl W 6s 14 8 White square tower
8
fl 2.
Seasonal
* * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
J4259·33 - Darsena de Ciaboga 20 56·40 N
97 22·78 W
Fl W 3s 12 3
* * * * * * * *
J4340 - Ldg Lts 180°. Front 18 07·48 N
94 24·33 W
Iso W 2s 10 8
* * * * * *
J4340·6 - Ldg Lts 0°. Front 18 08·85 N
94 24·34 W
Iso W 2s 16 10 White tubular metal
tower, red bands
15
* * * * * * * *
J4340·61 - -. Rear. 300m from front 18 09·02 N
94 24·34 W
Fl W 1·5s 16 10 White round concrete
tower, red bands
24
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341 - Ldg Lts 090°. Front 18 07·66 N
94 24·48 W
Fl W 3s 16 8 White tubular metal
tower, red bands
14
fl 1
* * * * * * * *
J4341·1 - - Rear. 40m from front 18 07·66 N
94 24·50 W
Iso W 3s 20 8 White tubular metal
tower, red bands
18
* * * * * * * *
J4341·42 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. Jetty Head.
W side
18 07·70 N
94 23·56 W
Iso R 2s 8 5 Red round concrete
tower
2
* * * * * * * *
J4341·44 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. Jetty Head.
W side
18 07·67 N
94 23·56 W
Iso R 2s 8 5 Red round concrete
tower
2
* * * * * * * *
J4341·46 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. Jetty Head. E
side
18 07·70 N
94 23·55 W
Iso R 2s 8 5 Red round concrete
tower
2
* * * * * * * *
J4341·48 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. Jetty Head.
W side
18 07·68 N
94 23·54 W
Iso R 2s 8 5 Red round concrete
tower
2
* * * * * * * *
J4341·52 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. E side
18 07·55 N
94 23·56 W
Iso G 2s 6 5 White square concrete
tower
1
* * * * * * * *
J4341·54 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. E side
18 07·50 N
94 23·69 W
Iso G 2s 6 5 White square concrete
tower
1
* * * * * * * *
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J4341·56 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. W side
18 07·49 N
94 23·71 W
Iso R 2s 6 5 White square concrete
tower
1
* * * * * * * *
J4341·58 - Darsena de Pajaritos.
Fertilizer Berth. W side
18 07·45 N
94 23·83 W
Iso R 2s 6 5 White square concrete
tower
1
* * * * * * * *
J4341·6 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 1. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·48 N
94 23·97 W
Iso R 2s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
* * * * * * * *
J4341·62 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 1. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·48 N
94 23·96 W
Iso G 2s 5 6 White concrete tower
3
* * * * * * * *
J4341·64 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 2. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·49 N
94 24·11 W
Iso R 2s 6 6 White square concrete
tower
4
* * * * * * * *
J4341·66 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 2. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·49 N
94 24·11 W
Iso G 2s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
4
* * * * * * * *
J4341·68 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 3. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·48 N
94 24·22 W
Fl R 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·7 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 3. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·48 N
94 24·21 W
Fl G 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·72 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 4. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·48 N
94 24·32 W
Fl R 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·74 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 4. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·48 N
94 24·33 W
Fl G 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·76 - Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex
Terminal Berth. No 5. Jetty. S
end
18 07·35 N
94 24·46 W
Fl G
* * * * * * * *
J4341·8 - Darsena de Pajaritos. N
Wall Berths. No 7. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·83 N
94 24·14 W
Fl G 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·82 - Darsena de Pajaritos. N
Wall Berths. No 7. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·83 N
94 24·15 W
Fl R 3s 5 6 White square concrete
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·84 - Darsena de Pajaritos. N
Wall Berths. No 9. Jetty.
Head. E side
18 07·83 N
94 23·87 W
Fl G 3s 5 6 White tubular metal
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4341·86 - Darsena de Pajaritos. N
Wall Berths. No 9. Jetty.
Head. W side
18 07·83 N
94 23·88 W
Fl R 3s 5 6 White tubular metal
tower
3
fl 0·5
* * * * * * * *
J4343 Remove from list
J4343·1 Remove from list
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
K1022 - Pulau Kasenga
(ID)
3 02·78 S
107 20·76 E
Fl W 5s 20 10 White beacon, red
bands
18
fl 0·5.
Reported TE 2010. Ra refl
* * * * * * * *
K1139·41 Tanjung Jati
(ID)
6 26·00 S
110 43·67 E
Mo(U)Y 15s 6 4 Yellow × on yellow
pipe beacon
6
(fl 0·5, ec 0·5) x 2, fl 1·5, ec 11·5
* * * * * * * *
K1139·425 Tanjung Jati
(ID)
6 25·96 S
110 43·51 E
Mo(U)Y 15s 6 4 Yellow × on yellow
pipe beacon
6
(fl 0·5, ec 0·5) x 2, fl 1·5, ec 11·5
* * * * * * * *
K1139·43 Tanjung Jati
(ID)
6 26·00 S
110 43·65 E
Mo(U) 15s 13 10 White pipe beacon
12
(fl 0·5, ec 0·5) x 2, fl 1·5, ec 11·5
* * * * * * * *
K2866·87 - No 3 27 16·65 S
153 04·64 E
Fl G 3s . . . . Green % on beacon
* *
K2866·89 - No 4 27 16·63 S
153 04·42 E
Fl R 3s . . . . Red & on beacon
* *
K4711·2 - Vio Island. Off SE Point 17 36·48 S
177 26·13 E
Fl G 3s 6 5 Beacon fl 0·3.
TE 2011
*
K4811·5 - Public Works Building
(FR)
22 15·90 S
166 26·49 E
Dir LFl W 10s 15 17 White column
12
Vis 114·5°-120·5°(6°)
* * * * * *
K4811·51 - Old Semaphore Tower.
Dir Lt 117°
(FR)
22 16·02 S
166 26·74 E
Dir WRG 104 21 White tower
8
F G115·3°-116·1°(0·8°).
Al WG 116·1°-116·7°(0·6°).
F W116·7°-117·4°(0·7°).
Al WR 117·4°-118·1°(0·7°).
F R118·1°-118·8°(0·7°)
- - . . Iso W 4s . . 14 . . Vis 253°-107°(214°)
* * * * * * * *
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Vol L Edition 2010/11. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 03 February 2011.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
Resulting from a content policy review, the following AtoNs are being removed from ALL volumes prior to the issue of New Editions: AIS/Racon information
not pertaining to fixed light features; buoys of primary navigational significance; large high focal plane buoys; light floats; LANBYs and ODAS superbuoys. A
New Edition of volume L is scheduled to be available in Week 11- 11. These removed AtoNs are covered by information available on the chart or ENC and are
amended by weekly section II NMs and digital update files.
L0886·3 Remove from list – ALL content policy change
L0954 - Reknesholmen 62 43·53 N
7 08·61 E
F R
* * *
L2463 Remove from list – ALL content policy review (not a navigation light)
L4341 Remove from list - ALL content policy change
L5870·1 - Ldg Lts 140°. Rear. 100m
from front
68 42·62 N
52 52·53 W
Iso G 4s 30 4 Red + on white
wooden mast
15
Vis 050°-230°(180°).
Shown 24 hours 1/8 to 15/5. TE
2011
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 27 January 2011.
M7221·3 - Fukura Ko 37 03·72 N
136 43·05 E
Fl R 4s 11 3 Red tower
6
TE 2011
*
M7270 - Kyoga Misaki. NE slope 35 46·63 N
135 13·41 E
Fl(3)W 20s 147 22 White round stone
tower
12
*
M7280 Shibayama Ko. O Yama 35 39·95 N
134 39·80 E
Fl W 3s 99 7 White round concrete
tower, square base
9
fl 1
* * *
M7287 Remove from list
M7325 Etomo Ko. Etomo 35 32·58 N
132 58·13 E
Fl(2)W 6s 57 12 White round concrete
tower
9
* * *
M7327·5 Etomo Ko 35 31·53 N
132 57·99 E
Fl G 3s 16 7 White tower
14
- . . F G 16 4
* * * * * * * *
M7331 Izuma Nagaoga Hana 35 30·25 N
132 49·92 E
Fl 3s 76 12 White round concrete
tower
10
* * *
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6.1
AMENDMENTS TO
ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS
Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 3 February 2011
The Admiralty List of Radio Signals diagrams included in the paper version of the weekly Notice to Mariners (Section VI) are
printed in black and white. If required, a colour version of these diagrams can be downloaded from the UKHO website. To obtain a
colour version of these diagrams go to: www.ukho.gov.uk - select PRODUCTS AND SERVICES - select Maritime Safety Info -
select View and download NMs - select Weekly - select Year - select Week - go to Selected Week Content - select File (for
example: NP286(3)-WK01-10-PAGE149_Week01_2010.pdf)
VOLUME 1, PART 1, NP 281(1), 2010/11
Published Wk 30/10
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 3 dated 20 January 2011)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
PAGE 97, ICELAND, HORNAFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Borgarhafnarfjall Ch 16 70 64°11′N 15°46′W
Háöxl
Ch 16
63°55′N 16°37′W
Hvalnes 64°24′N 14°32′W
HOURS OF WATCH: H24
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
PAGE 99, ICELAND, íSAFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Bolafjall Ch 16 70 66°11′N 23°19′W
Ennishofdi
Ch 16
65°35′N 21°19′W
Talknafjordur 65°37′N 23°49′W
Tjaldanes 65°45′N 23°32′W
Tverfjall 66°02′N 23°18′W
HOURS OF WATCH: H24
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
PAGE 99, ICELAND, NESKAUPSTAŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Bjolfur
Ch 16
65°16′N 14°04′W
Godatindur 65°04′N 13°52′W
Grænanípa
Ch 16 70
64°52′N 13°46′W
Hellisheidi 65°42′N 14°29′W
HOURS OF WATCH: H24
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
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PAGE 99, ICELAND, REYKJAVíK (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Bláfjöll Ch 16 70 63°58′N 21°38′W
Frodarheidi Ch 16 64°50′N 23°28′W
Hænuvík
Ch 16 70
65°37′N 24°16′W
Midfell 64°51′N 23°44′W
Stykkishólmur
Ch 16
65°06′N 22°44′W
Thorbjörn 63°52′N 22°26′W
HOURS OF WATCH: H24
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
PAGE 100, ICELAND, SIGLUFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Grímsey
Ch 16
66°33′N 17°59′W
Hofsos 65°53′N 19°15′W
Steinnyjarfjall Ch 16 70 65°55′N 20°13′W
Vadlaheidi Ch 16 65°46′N 18°00′W
Vidarfjall Ch 16 70 66°15′N 15°46′W
HOURS OF WATCH: H24
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
PAGE 100, ICELAND, VESTMANNAEYJAR (COAST GUARD RADIO), VHF table.
Delete and replace by:
VHF
Háfell Ch 16 70 63°27′N 18°52′W
Klif Ch 16 63°27′N 20°17′W
Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867, RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11
PAGE 173, RUSSIA (Arctic Coast), MURMANSK MRCC, Contacts table, row 1.
Delete and replace by:
68°59′N 33°04′E MMSI 002734420 DSC VHF MF
ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11
PAGE 176, RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast), TAGANROG, Contacts table, row 1.
Delete and replace by:
47°12′N 38°57′E MMSI 002734487 DSC VHF MF Diagram page 207
ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11
PAGE 207, diagram, BLACK SEA, BULGARIA, GEORGIA, ROMANIA, RUSSIA, TURKEY AND UKRAINE, MARITIME
RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC, in approximate position 47°30′N 39°00′E, Taganrog.
Delete and replace by:
Taganrog
DSC VHF ☑MF ☑ MMSI 002734487
ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11
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VOLUME 1, PART 2, NP 281(2), 2010/11
Published Wk 31/10
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 52 dated 30 December 2010)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
PAGE 235, diagram, RUSSIA, PACIFIC COAST, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC, in approximate position
48°00′N 145°00′E, MRSC Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Regional Centre).
Delete VHF 5 MF5 and replace by: DSC 5 VHF 5 MF 5 HF 5
ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11
PAGE 238, RUSSIA (Pacific Coast), Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Regional Centre) MRSC, Contacts table, row 1.
Delete and replace by:
46°38′N 141°55′E MMSI 002733733
DSC VHF MF HF
4 MHZ
Diagram page 235
ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11
VOLUME 2, NP 282, 2010/11
Published Wk 10/10
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 27 January 2011)
RADAR BEACONS
PAGE 26, NETHERLANDS.
55200 Hanze Oil Field, Platform F2-A Hanze.
Delete entry
Netherlands Notice 2/47/11 (RSDRA2011000011546) 5/11
PAGE 91, CHINA.
Insert:
Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 301 Racon 35°07′⋅34N 119°46′⋅01E 81988
M
Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
PAGE 91, CHINA.
Insert:
Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 313 Racon 35°06′⋅87N 119°36′⋅70E 81988⋅5
N
Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
PAGE 91, CHINA.
Insert:
Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 335 Racon 35°05′⋅98N 119°27′⋅80E 81988⋅7
K
Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
PAGE 91, CHINA.
81989 Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 401.
Delete entry
Chinese Notice 1/5/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
PAGE 95, CHINA.
82245 Xingang Oil Terminal Lt Buoy X1.
Delete position and replace by: 38°56′·01N 121°55′·20E
Chinese Notice 1/3/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)
PAGE 175, SINGAPORE, before Cyrene Lt Bn entry.
Insert:
Banyan Lt Bn 1°13′⋅35N 103°41′⋅58E 995631118 Operational 6 21
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000004651) 5/11
PAGE 175, SINGAPORE, Outer Shoal Lt Bn, columns 3 and 6.
Insert MMSI 995631120 and Transmitted Message Types 6 21
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000011774) 5/11
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PAGE 175, SINGAPORE, Sakijang Lt Bn, columns 3 and 6.
Insert MMSI 995631119 and Transmitted Message Types 6 21
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000011774) 5/11
PAGE 177, SWEDEN, Göteborg Approaches, Wave Power Turbine Lt Buoy.
Delete entry
(former amendment 31/10)
Swedish Notice 337/6948/11 (RSDRA2011000012447) 5/11
DIFFERENTIAL GPS (DGPS)
PAGE 190, CHINA, after Laotie Shan entry.
Insert:
Lingkun 27°58′⋅7N
120°54′⋅0E
286⋅5 200 634 635 617 162 Yes Operational 9-3 16
Chinese Notice 1/18/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11
PAGE 196, NETHERLANDS, Gilze-Rijen.
Delete entry and replace by:
Rijen 51°37′N
4°56′E
302 200 426 120 Operational
Netherlands Hydrographic Office (RSDRA2011000014020) 5/11
VOLUME 3, PART 2, NP 283(2), 2010/11
Published Wk 51/10
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 27 January 2011)
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
PAGE 88, AUSTRALIA, ADELAIDE, Navigational Warnings section, broadcast times.
Delete 0357 1257 and replace by: 0357 0757
Government of South Australia & ITU Publication List VI, Supplement No. 4, November 2010 (RSDRA2011000004134) 5/11
ICE REPORTS
PAGES 299 to 301, INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL.
Delete text and replace by:
INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL
In February of each year, the International Ice Patrol (IIP) commences its annual service of providing maritime safety information on ice
conditions near the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Beginning in 2011, the IIP and the Canadian Ice Service (CIS) will issue one daily iceberg
analysis under the North American Ice Service (NAIS), a collaborative agreement to unify North American ice information and improve
service to mariners. The Iceberg Limit determined by IIP will be published in daily message bulletins and graphical charts and distributed as
indicated in Table 1. CIS will continue their traditional distribution mechanisms. IIP will produce the NAIS daily iceberg warnings from
February to August. CIS will generate NAIS iceberg products for the remainder of the year.
The purpose of NAIS iceberg bulletins and charts is to advise mariners of the estimated iceberg extent within the region. Numbers within
each grid sector inside the Iceberg Limit are intended to provide mariners with an awareness of the relative density of icebergs. Navigating
among icebergs inside the limit based solely on the NAIS iceberg products is strongly discouraged.
While the NAIS strives to be as accurate as possible in reporting the presence of icebergs to mariners, it is not possible to assure that all
icebergs are detected and reported. Mariners are urged not to rely entirely upon radar to locate icebergs, since they are often not detected by
radar alone. There is no substitute for due vigilance and prudent seamanship, especially when operating near sea ice and icebergs.
Reports of ice in this area originate from various sources, including passing vessels and reconnaissance flights. When position, time, size
and description of iceberg sightings are received, the data is entered into a computer programme that predicts iceberg drift and deterioration.
As the time after sighting increases, so does the probability of error in estimated positions. This probability of error is taken into account when
the Iceberg Limit is determined.
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Between 1 February and 31 August, vessels are encouraged to immediately report sightings of icebergs or stationary radar targets (RT) that
may likely be ice to IIP. Through the remainder of the year, ice reports should be directed to Canadian Coast Guard Radio Station. Vessels
operating near the iceberg or sea ice limits are encouraged to make sea surface temperature (SST) and weather (Wx) reports even if no ice
is detected. Vessels that provide routine Wx reports to METEO Washington are urged to continue to do so. If SST and Wx reports are not
typically filed as described above, then special reports directly to IIP every 6 hours are requested when operating within the area between
latitudes 40°N and 60°N and between longitudes 39°W to 57°W.
When reporting icebergs or stationary RT, please include the following information:
Vessel name and call sign
Vessel position (lat/long)
Iceberg / RT position (specify either the geographic coordinates (lat/long) or range/bearing from vessel’s stated geographic position
(lat/long))
Time of sighting (UTC)
Method of detection (visual, radar or both)
Size and shape of iceberg (see Tables 2 and 3)
Sea ice concentration (in tenths)
Sea ice thickness in feet or metres (specify units)
Sea surface temperature (specify units)
When reporting sea surface temperature and weather, please include the following information:
Vessel name and call sign
Time (UTC)
Vessel position (lat/long)
Course
Speed
Visibility
Air and sea surface temperature (specify units)
Barometric pressure
Wind direction and speed
Report ice sightings, Wx and SST to COMINTICEPAT NEW LONDON CT through INMARSAT, US Coast Guard Communication Stations or
Canadian Coast Guard Marine Communications and Traffic Services. If reporting ice sightings to IIP through INMARSAT C, use Service
Code 42 as there is no charge when using this code.
Instructions for sending INMARSAT Code 42 Warnings:
INMARSAT-C (General instructions)
1. Access the 2-digit code service on SES as instructed in your manufacturer’s information.
2. Using the SES text editor, prepare the message.
3. Enter the 2-digit code of the service required (42).
4. Select the CES (01, Vizada, AOR-W).
5. Transmit the message.
6. Wait for the acknowledgement from the CES.
7. The message will be forwarded, at no charge, from the mariner to IIP by Vizada Satellite Services.
Telephone communications are available to the IIP office throughout the year.
International Ice Patrol Office in New London, CT:
Tel: +1 860 2712626 (IIP Duty Officer 0700-1630 LT)
+1 617 2238555 (after working hours)
Toll free: +1 877 4237287
Fax: +1 860 2712773 (IIP Duty Officer 0700-1630 LT)
+1 617 2238117 (after working hours)
email: iipcomms@uscg.mil
Website: www.uscg-iip.org
Canadian Ice Service in Ottawa, ON:
Tel: +1 877 7897733
Fax: +1 613 9969160
email: cis-scg.client@ec.gc.ca
Website: www.nais-sgan.org
TABLE 1: NAIS BROADCASTS BY IIP
(See the appropriate station entry for full broadcast details)
Product Type Transmission Stations Broadcast Times (UTC) Frequencies
NAIS ICEBERG
NAVTEX
1
NAVTEX
Boston (USCG) (NMF)
0045 0445 0845 1245 1645 2045
518 kHz
Special broadcast during
next available time slot
Saint John’s
(Canadian CG)
1820 (winter)
2220 (summer)
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NAIS ICEBERG
BULLETIN
RADIO TELEX /
SITOR
Boston (USCG) (NMF) 0030 6314 8416⋅5 12579 kHz
(NIK via NMF) 1218 8416⋅5 12579 16806⋅5 kHz
Radio Telephone
Saint Anthony
(Canadian CG)
0107 0907 1907 2598 kHz
Continuous broadcast VHF Ch 21B 83B
Special Broadcasts
Saint John’s
(Canadian CG)
0007 0837 1637 2207 & as
required
2598 kHz
Continuous broadcast VHF Ch 21B 28B 83B
Inmarsat SafetyNET
Broadcasts
AOR–E and AOR–W
1200
Inmarsat C SafetyNET Special broadcasts of targets
outside limit sent upon receipt
Internet
International Ice Patrol Updated daily by 1200 http://www.uscg_iip.org
Joint Airforce & Army
Weather Information
Network (JAAWIN)
Updated daily by 1200 Keyword search: STNT41 KNIK
NAIS ICEBERG
CHART
RADIO FACSIMILE
Boston (USCG) (NMF) 0438 4235 6340⋅5 9110 kHz
(NIK via NMF) 1600 1810 6340⋅5 9110 12750 kHz
Offenbach (Main) /
Pinneberg (See ALRS
Volume 3(1) NP283(1))
0930 2100 3855 7880 13882⋅5 kHz
NAIS ICEBERG
CHART
Internet
International Ice Patrol
Updated daily by 1200
http://www.uscg_iip.org
National Weather Service http://weather.noaa.gov/pub/fax/PIEA88.gif
email on demand
2
ftpmail@ftpmail.nws.noaa.gov
1
Mariners should note that NAIS ICEBERG NAVTEX (Category 3) may be programmed for rejection at the receiver. Mariners desiring to receive these
NAVTEX reports must ensure that their receivers are appropriately programmed for reception.
2
To prompt email on demand send an email to ftpmail@ftpmail.nws.noaa.gov with any subject line. The body of the text should read as follows (please note
the text is case sensitive and must be sent in plain text format):
open
cd fax
get PIEA88.gif ---or--- get PIEA88.TIF
quit
The email server will then automatically send a GIF or TIF formatted image of the facsimile back to the senders email.
TABLE 2: SIZE DESCRIPTIONS USED BY NAIS
DESCRIPTIVE NAME HEIGHTS (in metres) LENGTH (in metres)
Growler <5 <5
Bergy Bit 1<5 5<15
Small Iceberg 5–15 15–60
Medium Iceberg 16–45 61–120
Large Iceberg 46–75 121–200
Very Large Iceberg >75 >200
TABLE 3: SHAPE DESCRIPTIONS USED BY NAIS
SHAPE DESCRIPTION
Tabular Flat topped iceberg with length-height ratio less than 5:1
Non-Tabular Does not meet any of the characteristics below
Domed Rounded top
Pinnacled 1 or more spires
Wedged Steep vertical side on one end and sloping on the other
Dry-dock Eroded with a U-shaped slot or channel
Blocky Flat top with vertical sides
Ice Island Very large ice floe
United States Coast Guard (RSDRA2010000209401) 5/11
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VOLUME 6, PART 1, NP 286(1), 2010/11
Published Wk 15/10
––––––––––––––––––
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 27 January 2011)
PAGE 308, UNI TED KINGDOM, KING’S LYNN, Port Information
Service, PROCEDURE, section (1) (c).
Delete and replace by:
(c) Inward-bound: On passing West Bank Lt Bn (52°47′·46N 0°22′·03E)
King’s Lynn Deputy Hr Mr, (RSDRA2011000007524), 5/11
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
VOLUME 6, PART 4, NP 286(4), 2010/11
Published Wk 27/10
––––––––––––––––––
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 3 dated 20 January 2011)
PAGE 118, INDIA, BHĀVNAGAR NEW PORT, Gul f of Khambāt
(Cambay), after Port section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 120, INDIA, DAHEJ, after Reliance Dahej Marine Terminal
(RDMT) section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
(former amendment 27/10)
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 123, INDIA, before HALDIA entry.
Insert new entry:
GULF OF KHAMBHĀT 20°44′N 72°20′E
See diagram GULF OF KHAMBHĀT VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE.
Vessel Traffi c Service
AREA:
(1) The VTS area comprises the entire Gulf of Khambhāt N of latitude 20°30′·00N and
E of longitude 71°20′·00E.
(2) The VTS is divided into 3 sectors:
(a) VTS Khambhāt North: N of latitude 21°12′·20N to the coast
(b) VTS Khambhāt West: N of latitude 20°30′·00N, E of longitude 71°20′·00E, W
of longitude 72°20′·00E, S of latitude 21°12′·20N
(c) VTS Khambhāt East: N of latitude 20°30′·00N, E of longitude 72°20′·00E, S
of latitude 21°12′·20N
continued on next column
(3) Ports covered by the VTS area include:
(a) BHĀVNAGAR NEW PORT, Gulf of Khambhāt
(b) DAHEJ
(c) HĀZIRA
(d) JĀFARĀBĀD
(e) MAGDALLA
(f) PĪPĀVĀV
(g) RELIANCE SPM OFFSHORE TERMINAL, Magdalla
SERVICES:
The VTS provides the following services:
(1) Information Service (INS)
(2) Traffi c Organisation Service (TOS)
(3) Navigational Assistance Service (NAS)
CONTACT DETAILS:
VTS Khambhāt North
Call: VTS Khambhāt North
VHF Frequency: Ch 69
VTS Khambhāt West
Call: VTS Khambhāt West
VHF Frequency: Ch 10
VTS Khambhāt East
Call: VTS Khambhāt East
VHF Frequency: Ch 09
VTS Centre
Telephone: +91(0)261 6586788
+91(0)99099 03748
E-mail: vtskhambhat@aatash.com
Website: www.aatash.com
HOURS: H24
PROCEDURE:
Compliance: Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the following:
(1) All vessels over 300 GT (except coastal vessels).
(2) Towing vessels where the length of tow exceeds 200m.
(3) Bulk carriers carrying dangerous cargo designated in the enforcement regulation of
article 2 of the Maritime Traffi c Safety Law.
(4) Other vessels as notified by the DG Shipping/Gujarat Maritime Board.
REPORTING:
(1) Inward-bound vessels intending to enter the VTS area (Pre-Arrival Notice
(PAN)): Vessels should call the relevant VTS Khambhāt sector on the specified VHF
Channel, 1h prior to entering the VTS area, stating the following information:
(a) Vessel’s name
(b) Call sign
(c) ETA at VTS limit and approximate point of entry
(d) Destination port
(2) Vessels engaged in lighterage operations or in coastal trade purely inside the VTS
area need not provide a PAN.
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(3) Inward-bound vessels upon entering the VTS area: Vessels should call the
relevant VTS Khambhāt sector on the specified VHF Channel, stating the following
information:
(a) Vessel’s name
(b) Call sign
(c) Position (lat/long) at time of reporting
(d) Course
(e) Speed
(f) MMSI/IMO No
(g) Nationality
(h) GT/NRT
(i) LOA
(j) Maximum draught
(k) Last port (if loaded then also last loading port)
(l) Next port
(m) ETA next port (anchorage or pilot station)
(n) Type of cargo on board
(o) Type and quantity of dangerous cargo and pollutants on board
(p) Total number of crew including Master and their nationalities
(q) Master’s name and nationality
(r) Details of agent if vessel bound for any port in the VTS area
(s) Details of consignee if vessel bound for any port in the VTS area
(t) Security level being maintained onboard
(u) If all the navigational and communication equipment working satisfactorily
(v) Does the vessel have any swine flu onboard?
(w) Heavy Oil, Diesel Oil and Total Lub Oil ROB
(4) Vessels inside the VTS area (other than vessels at berth): Such vessels
should maintain a continuous listening watch on the relevant VHF Channel and also on
VHF Ch 16 or any other VHF Channels required by local regulations.
(5) Vessels transiting the VTS area:
(a) Upon entering a new sector: Vessels should call the appropriate sector on
the relevant VHF Channel for sector intending to enter and report such change
of sector
(b) Vessels intending to anchor in the designated anchorage in the
VTS area should inform such intention to the appropriate VTS sector well in
advance. After anchoring in the VTS area, vessels should report on the relevant
VHF Channel the following information:
(i) Anchor let go position (lat/long)
(ii) Time of anchoring
(iii) Status of main engine
(iv) ROB Heavy Oil/MDO/Lub Oil/Fresh Water
(6) Vessels at anchor should maintain a continuous listening watch on the relevant
VHF Channel and also on VHF Ch 16 or any other VHF Channels required by local
regulations.
(7) Vessels at berth, leaving berth, leaving harbour or leaving anchorage:
Such vessels should abide by local regulation and report to respective authorities as
appropriate. In addition, vessels should report to the VTS on the relevant VHF Channel
appropriate to the sector covering the vessel’s position:
(a) When alongside at berth
(b) When casting off from berth
(c) Upon DLOSP (Dropping Last Outwards Sea Pilot)
(d) When anchor aweigh
(e) Upon RFA (Ring Full Away)
(8) Outward-bound vessels upon leaving the VTS area should report to the
appropriate VTS sector stating the name and ETA of the next port.
(9) In addition to the regular reporting as listed above, all vessels transiting the VTS
area shall provide the VTS of any such information concerning Safety of Navigation
and pollution prevention.
NOTE:
Information requested may also be provided to the VTS by the vessel’s agent.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 123, INDIA, after GULF OF KHAMBHĀT entry.
Insert diagram GULF OF KHAMBHĀT VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE on page
6.9
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 124, INDIA, HĀZIRA, after Pilots, Port and LNG Terminal
section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 131, INDIA, JĀFARĀBĀD, after Pilots and Port section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 136, INDIA, MAGDALLA, after Port section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 143, INDIA, PĪPĀVĀV, after Pilots and Port section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
PAGE 145, INDIA, RELIANCE SPM OFFSHORE TERMINAL, Magdalla,
after Pilots and Terminal section.
Insert:
Vessel Traffi c Service
NOTE:
For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT.
Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., (RSDRA2010000182155), 5/11
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Published Wk 32/10
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(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 1 dated 6 January 2011)
PAGE 241, UNI TED STATES (Gul f Coast), MISSISSIPPI RIVER, Vessel
Traffi c Service, REPORTING, section (2).
Delete and replace by:
(2) Vessels navigating the Algiers Point VTS Special Area should report on VHF Ch 12
when passing the following Reporting Points:
(a) Vessels navigating upriver:
(i) Algiers Canal Forebay MM88.0 (29°55′·40N 89°57′·70W). First check-in
point upbound for deep draught vessels, including sea-going tows.
(ii) Industrial Canal Forebay MM92.7 (29°57′·20N 90°01′·68W). Second
check-in point upbound for deep draught vessels and first check-in point
for inland tows.
(iii) Crescent Towing Smith Fleet MM93.5 (29°57′·50N 90°02′·62W). Second
check-in point for inland tows.
(b) Vessels navigating downriver:
(i) Huey P Long Bridge MM106.1 (29°56′·60N 90°10′·10W). First check-in
point for all downbound vessels.
(ii) Marlex Terminal (naval vessels) MM99.0 (29°54′·65N 90°05′·87W).
Second check-in point for all downbound vessels.
(former amendments 40/10 and 1/11)
US Coast Guard Sector New Orleans, (RSDRA2011000004383), 5/11
PAGE 241, UNI TED STATES (Gul f Coast), MISSISSIPPI RIVER, Vessel
Traffi c Service, after REPORTING section.
Insert:
NOTES:
(1) Vessels equipped with a properly functioning AIS are exempt from reporting to the
VTS-LMR when entering/exiting a VTS area.
(2) Voice reporting is still required at the reporting points for the Algiers Point and 81
Mile Point Special Areas.
(former amendments 40/10 and 1/11)
US Coast Guard Sector New Orleans, (RSDRA2011000004383), 5/11
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Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts, ENCs and Nautical Publications
and reporting ENC display issues

Date Ref. Number
Name of ship or sender

Address

Tel/Fax/Telex/E-mail address
of sender


General Locality

Subject

Position
(see Instruction 3 below)
Latitude

Longitude
GPS

Datum Accuracy
Admiralty Charts affected

Edition
Latest Weekly Edition of
Notice to Mariners held

Replacement copy of Chart No IS/IS NOT required;
(see Instruction 4 below.)
ENCs affected

Latest Update disk held Week

Publications affected
(Edition No.)


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page & Light List No. etc

Details:




















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Tick box if not willing to be named as source of
this information

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Mariners are requested to notify the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) (by
mail: SDRA, UKHO, Admiralty Way, Taunton, Somerset, TAI 2DN, United Kingdom or
by email: hdcfiles@ukho.gov.uk) when new or suspected dangers to navigation are
discovered, changes observed in aids to navigation, or corrections to publications are
seen to be necessary. Mariners can also report any ENC display issues experienced.
The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) Chapter 4 gives general instructions. The
provisions of international and national laws should be complied with when forwarding
such reports.

2. This form and its instructions have been designed to help both the sender and the
recipient. It should be used, or followed closely, whenever appropriate. Copies of
this Form may be obtained gratis from the UKHO at the above address, or from
Admiralty Chart Agents (see Annual Notice to Mariners No. 2). This form is also
available on the web: www.ukho.gov.uk/msi

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and longitude should only be used to specifically position the details when they
have been fixed by GPS or Astronomical Observations. A full description of the
method, equipment, time, estimated error and datum (where applicable) used should
be given. When position is defined by sextant angles or bearings (true or magnetic to
be specified), more than two should be used in order to provide a redundancy check.
Where position is derived from Electronic Position Fixing (eg LORAN C) or distances
observed by radar, the raw readings of the system in use should be quoted wherever
possible. Where position is derived after the event, from other observations and/or
Dead Reckoning, the methodology of deriving the position should be included.

4. Paper Charts: A cutting from the largest scale chart is the best medium for
forwarding details, the alterations and additions being shown thereon in red. When
requested, a new copy will be sent in replacement of a chart that has been used to
forward information, or when extensive observations have involved defacement of the
observer's chart. If it is preferred to show the amendments on a tracing of the largest
scale chart (rather than on the chart itself) these should be in red as above, but
adequate details from the chart must be traced in black ink to enable the
amendments to be fitted correctly.

ENCs: A screen shot of the largest scale usage band ENC with the alterations and
additions being shown thereon in red. If it is to report an issue with the display of an
ENC, a screen shot of the affected cell should be sent along with details of the ECDIS
make and version in use at the time.

5. When soundings are obtained The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) should be
consulted. The echo sounding trace should be marked with times, depths, etc., and
forwarded with the report. It is important to state whether the echo sounder is set to
register depths below the surface or below the keel; in the latter case the vessel's
draught should be given. Time and date should be given in order that corrections for
the height of the tide may be made where necessary. The make, name and type of
set should also be given.

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6. For modern sets that use electronic ‘range gating’, care should be taken that
the correct range scale and appropriate gate width are in use. Older electro-
mechanical echo sounders frequently record signals from echoes received back after
one or more rotations of the stylus have been completed. Thus with a set whose
maximum range is 500m, an echo recorded at 50m may be from depths of 50m,
550m or even 1050m. Soundings recorded beyond the set's nominal range can
usually be recognised by the following:

(a) the trace being weaker than normal for the depth recorded;
(b) the trace passing through the transmission line;
(c) the feathery nature of the trace.

As a check that apparently shoal soundings are not due to echoes received beyond
the set's nominal range, soundings should be continued until reasonable agreement
with charted soundings is reached. However, soundings received after one or more
rotations of the stylus can still be useful and should be submitted if they show
significant differences from charted depths.

7. Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not
be withheld. Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being
able to check the information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned.

8. Reports of shoal soundings, uncharted dangers and aids to navigation out of order
should, at the mariner's discretion, also be made by radio to the nearest coast radio
station. The draught of modern tankers is such that any uncharted depth under
30 metres or 15 fathoms may be of sufficient importance to justify a radio message.

9. Changes to Port Information should be forwarded on Form H.102A and any
GPS/Chart Datum observations should be forwarded on Form H.102B together with
Form H.102. Where there is insufficient space on the forms an additional sheet
should be used.

10. Reports on ocean currents should be made in accordance with The Mariner's
Handbook (NP100) Chapter 4.

Note. - An acknowledgement or receipt will be sent and the information then used to the best
advantage which may mean immediate action or inclusion in a revision in due course; for
these purposes, the UKHO may make reproductions of any material supplied. When a
Notice to Mariners is issued, the sender's ship or name is quoted as authority unless (as
sometimes happens) the information is also received from other authorities or the sender
states that they do not want to be named by using the appropriate tick box on the form. An
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task and a further communication should only be expected when the information is of
outstanding value or has unusual features.

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR
PORT INFORMATION
(To accompany Form H.102)
H.102A
(Oct 2008)


Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts, ENCs and
Hydrographic Publications

Date Ref. Number
Name of ship or sender
Address
Tel/Fax/Telex/E-mail address of sender
General Locality


1. NAME OF PORT



2. GENERAL REMARKS
Principal activities and trade.
Latest population figures and date.

Number of ships or tonnage handled
per year.

Maximum size of vessel handled.

Copy of Port Handbook (if available).



3. ANCHORAGES
Designation, depths, holding ground,
shelter afforded.


4. PILOTAGE
Authority for requests.

Embark position.

Regulations.




5. DIRECTIONS
Entry and berthing information.

Tidal streams.

Navigational aids.



6. TUGS
Number available.



7. WHARVES
Names, numbers or positions &
lengths.

Depths alongside.


HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR
PORT INFORMATION
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8. CARGO HANDLING
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9. REPAIRS
Hull, machinery and underwater.

Shipyards.

Docking or slipping facilities.
(Give size of vessels handled or
dimensions)

Divers.



10. RESCUE AND DISTRESS
Salvage, Lifeboat, Coastguard, etc.



11. SUPPLIES
Fuel.
(with type, quantities and methods of
delivery)

Fresh water.
(with method of delivery and rate of
supply)

Provisions.



12. SERVICES
Medical.

Ship Sanitation.

Garbage and slops.

Ship chandlery, tank cleaning,
compass adjustment, hull painting.



13. COMMUNICATIONS
Nearest airport or airfield.

Port radio and information service.
(with frequencies and hours of
operating)



14. PORT AUTHORITY
Designation, address, telephone,
e-mail address and website.


HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR
PORT INFORMATION
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H.102A
(Oct 2008)



15. VIEWS
Photographs (where permitted) of the
approaches, leading marks, the
entrance to the harbour etc.



16. ADDITIONAL DETAILS








Signature of observer/reporter



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NOTES:

1. This form is designed to assist in the reporting of any observed changes to Port Information
details and should be submitted as an accompaniment to Form H.102 (full instructions for the
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contact the originating Hydrographic Office when navigating on IMO Approved non-UKHO ENCs.
The provisions of international and national laws should be complied with when forwarding such
reports.

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being used or followed closely, whenever appropriate. Where there is insufficient space on the
form an additional sheet should be used.

3. Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not be
withheld. Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being able to check the
information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned.

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have been surveyed to modern standards of accuracy. the remainder being included in revised editions of the charts and publications concerned. For further details. it should be appreciated that it may not always be complete and up-to-date. Satellite-Derived Positions and Chart Accuracy Mariners must not assume that charts which are referred to WGS84 Datum. On small scale charts of ocean areas where hydrographic information is.I CAUTIONARY NOTES Updating Updating information is published by Weekly Notices to Mariners supplemented by radio warnings for items of immediate importance. incomplete or of poor quality. It should be borne in mind that they may be based on reports which cannot always be verified before promulgation. bearing in mind his particular circumstances. in the interests of the safety of shipping. charted shoals may be in error as regards position. Undiscovered dangers may exist. still sparse. it must be clearly understood:— (a) that no liability whatsoever can be accepted for failure to publish details of any particular law or regulation. even when using an electronic positioning system such as GPS. owing to the age and quality of the source information. in many cases. some months may elapse before it can be fully incorporated in published charts. some of the charted detail may not be positioned accurately. least depth and extent. and that it is sometimes necessary to be selective and promulgate only the more important items to avoid overloading users. see The Mariner’s Handbook (NP100). Reliance on Charts and Associated Publications While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on Admiralty charts and other publications. and (b) that publication of the details of a law or regulation is solely for the safety and convenience of shipping and implies no recognition of the international validity of the law or regulation. the larger scales are usually corrected first. Laws and Regulations While. This applies to both paper and digital (ARCS and ENC) versions of charts. local pilotage guidance and the judicious use of available navigational aids.5 Wk05/11 . particularly away from well-established routes. the UKHO makes every endeavour to include in its publications details of the laws and regulations of all countries appertaining to navigation. When extensive new information (such as a new hydrographic survey) is received. The mariner must be the final judge of the reliance he can place on the information given. The mariner should use the largest scale appropriate for his particular purpose. On some charts. Charts Charts should be used with prudence: there are areas where the source data are old. 1. In such cases mariners are advised to exercise particular caution when navigating in the vicinity of dangers. apart from being the most detailed. or those for which shifts to WGS84 Datum are provided.

Wk05/11 1.I [5/11] Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List Admiralty Chart 231 344 397 436 535 643 856 860 1213 1942 1961 2021 2392 2398 2650 2693 3493 3944 4170 4201 4206 4600 4638 4639 4707 4802 4806 4810 134 235 236 201 600 638 639 707 802 810 1502 1570 3350 7561 7562 5617 Aus Aus Aus INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT SC Admiralty Publication NP 247(1) denotes chart available in the ARCS series.6 .

— 38°35′⋅20N.000 20 40. Scale 1:60.7 Wk05/11 . 32 1:50. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 1:200. limits and other remarks China – Bo Hai. 30. Fair Isle to Wick. Oued Sebou to Casablanca.000 20 40. 856 Morocco – West Coast. buoyage and lights within the port of Durban. Republic of South Africa. Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1474(P)/07 is cancelled.000 Folio 52 2011 Catalogue page 82 NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 Chart 643 INT7562 Title and other remarks International Chart Series. Provides additional chart coverage of the port of Huanghua.. 52 1:150. 52 Scale 1:10.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 Chart 2650 Title.000 Folio 35 2011 Catalogue page 54 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. 1942 INT1502 International Chart Series.000 6 28. 1. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notice 1868(P)/08. Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 72(P)/11 is cancelled. changes to dredged depth information. Huanghua Gang and Approaches. — 118°22′⋅90E. 860 Morocco – West Coast. 117°42′⋅50E. Approaches to Casablanca and Mohammedia. (A modified reproduction of INT7562 published by the Republic of South Africa). Durban Harbour. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Includes the latest British Government surveys. East Coast. Scotland – North Coast. 38°14′⋅50N. Includes widened entrance channel.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1849(P)/10 is cancelled. Republic of South Africa – East Coast.000 1:40. C Puerto de La Uniόn. C Continuation of River Deben. Harwich and Ipswich with the Rivers Stour.000 1:10. 3944 Malacca Strait – Malaysia. Pulau Pinang to Kepulauan Sembilan. Includes widened entrance channel. 1:30. A Golfo de Fonseca. D Approaches to Henecán. anchorages and wrecks. 13°10′⋅60N. England – East Coast. Ports and Anchorages in Golfo de Fonseca. The chart limits for plans B and C have been changed to provide improved coverage of Puerto de La Unión and approaches.. 13°19′⋅10N.. 87°45′⋅50W. Fully modernised and updated throughout. E Puerto de Henecán. — 13°20′⋅70N.000 1:60. new dredged depth information and re-alignment of the entrance channel light.000 1:25. Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notice 4938(P)/09. Wk05/11 1. Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notices 6392(P)/09 and 72(P)/11 are cancelled.8 .000 1:15. 4170 INT7561 International Chart Series. — 87°51′⋅75W. B Ipswich. Orwell and Deben.000 2011 Catalogue page 122 1:25. (A modified reproduction of INT7561 published by the Republic of South Africa).000 45 66 1:25. B Approaches to La Uniόn. — 87°49′⋅50W.000 7 24 Scale Folio 89 1:100. 87°48′⋅20W.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 (continued) Chart 1961 Title and other remarks El Salvador – Honduras – Nicaragua. — 13°21′⋅30N. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 2693 INT1570 International Chart Series.000 denotes chart available in the ARCS series.000 35 54 1:200. Approaches to Durban. Approaches to Felixstowe. A Continuation of River Stour. Includes the latest Harwich Haven Authority and Trinity House surveys in the approaches to Harwich. Includes changes to depths.000 1:15.

000 1:10. Includes new port limits and Environmentally Sensitive Sea Area (ESSA). Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 5386(T)/10.000 1:7. Port Lincoln and Approaches. 73(T)/11 and 292(T)/11.9 Wk05/11 . Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 4289(T)/08. 3389(T)/09. Mooloolaba Harbour.000 Folio 65 2011 Catalogue page 92 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. San Francisco and Vancouver Island to Mendocino Fracture Zone.000 66 90 Scale 1:50. Queensland. South Australia. Queensland. Manly Boat Harbour. Includes new port limits and Environmentally Sensitive Sea Area (ESSA). marine farms and shipping channel. 4884(T)/10. Moreton Bay. 2540(T)/10.000 66 90 1:75. 2930(T)/10. 1:3. 3782(T)/10. 73(T)/11 and 74(T)/11. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Includes changes to port limit. 754(T)/09.000 89 18 Scale 1:3.000 Folio 95 2011 Catalogue page 18 Reproductions of Australian Government Charts (Publication dates of these charts reflect the dates shown on the Australian Government Charts) Chart Aus134 Published Title and other remarks 17/12/10 Australia – South Coast.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 3 February 2011 (continued) Chart 4201 INT201 Title and other remarks International Chart Series. Port Lincoln Wharves. Proper Bay. South East Coast of South America. 1. 4698(T)/08. Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 2987(T)/10.500. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. 4488(T)/10. 5117(T)/10.500 1:10.000 1:20. Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 5614(T)/10. 942(T)/10. South Atlantic Ocean.500. Aus236 17/12/10 Australia – East Coast. 1:75. Aus235 17/12/10 Australia – East Coast. Approaches to Moreton Bay. Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 4289(T)/08. 4806 North Pacific Ocean. 4236(T)/10.

000 Charts to be WITHDRAWN 1213 INT3350 Folio 25 ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011 New Admiralty Charts Chart 3493 Title. Note: This new edition has not previously been announced as a chart to be published on 17 February 2011. Bashayer Oil Terminals and Approaches. Bashayer Oil Terminals. provides improved coverage of Bashayer Oil Terminals and approaches. limits and other remarks Red Sea – Sudan. 19°14′⋅20N. — 37°27′⋅65E. Golfo di Arzachena. — 19°31′⋅82N. Temporary and Preliminary Notices. Scale Charts to be WITHDRAWN 1:20. The 2011 edition of the Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners Part 2 NP247(2) has been published on 27/01/11. Approaches to Bashayer Oil Terminals.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Publications NP No.. limits and other remarks International Chart Series. Additional to existing chart cover. Wk05/11 1.. Scale 1:50. Annual Notices to Mariners 1-26.10 . Bonifacio Strait. Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new submarine power cable running east-west through Bonifacio Strait. Mediterranean Sea. NP247(1) Title and other remarks Annual Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners 2011 Part 1.000 Folio 32 denotes chart available in the ARCS series.000 1:50. 37°15′⋅00E. 19°20′⋅00N. — 19°27′⋅05N. ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 17 FEBRUARY 2011 New Editions of Admiralty Charts Chart 1213 INT3350 Title.000 1:50. 37°17′⋅00E. — 37°23′⋅00E. Date January 2011 Remarks This edition supersedes NP247(1) 2010 which is thereby cancelled.

C Hopeman.2 5617. Caledonian Canal – Central Part. A Peterhead Bay and Harbours.000 1:5.250 1:10. Scale 1st Edition 5617.500 1:15.000 1:25. Approaches to River Tay. C Loch Dochfour.000 1:75. C Fort Augustus.000 1:75. Approaches to Inverness Firth. B Fort Augustus to Laggan Locks. Aberdeen Harbour. 5617. B Arbroath Harbour. B Lossiemouth.3 5617. D Loch Ness – Urquhart Bay.4 5617. 1.000 1:12.500 1:12. River Tay – Tayport to Dundee.000 1:25. Caledonian Canal – Northern Part and Inverness.000 1:12. East Coast. A Inverness.12 5617. A Buckie.8 5617.11 Wk05/11 .000 1:20.7 5617.000 1:20.250 1:20.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011 New Admiralty Leisure Folios Charts to be WITHDRAWN Edition Chart SC5617 Title and other remarks Scotland. Fife Ness to Inverness and the Caledonian Canal.500 1:12. Harbours on the East Coast of Scotland.500 1:75.000 1:75. Lossiemouth to Tarbat Ness.250 1:5.500 1:7.250 1:6. River Tay Entrance to Montrose.10 5617.000 1:75.15 Isle of May to River Tay Entrance.20 denotes chart available in the ARCS series.000 1:75. Inverness Firth – Northern Part.18 5617.5 5617.000 1:75.250 1:6.000 1:6.000 1:20. Peterhead to Fraserburgh. A Inverness Firth – Southern Part. B Banff and Macduff. Fraserburgh to Banff.000 1:75. E Nairn. B Inverness to Urquhart Bay.000 1:75.500 1:6.14 5617. C Fraserburgh.000 1:7. B Entrance to River Ness. A Montrose Harbour. Aberdeen to Bay of Cruden.19 5617.6 5617.000 1:75.250 1:6.000 1:75. Banff to Buckie.1 5617. C Stonehaven Harbour.16 5617.000 5617. A Urquhart Bay to Fort Augustus.9 5617. Entrance to Inverness Firth.500 1:12.000 1:6. Gourdon to Stonehaven.13 5617.17 1:75. D Loch Oich. D Burghead.11 5617.

000 1:20. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum.000 95 1:25.000 535 95 1:40.000 436 95 397 1:200. Approaches to Porto de Paranaguá. coastline. B Loch Lochy – Laggan Locks. 535 Brazil – North Coast. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Porto de Paranaguá. Canal de São Sebastião. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Shanban Zhou to Nizhou Tou. buoyage and lights. Baía de São Marcos.000 1:100. 436 Brazil – South Coast. limits and other remarks Brazil – South Coast.21 Title and other remarks Caledonian Canal – Southern Part. Includes changes to depths. A new product extending the Admiralty Leisure Chart Folio Coverage. E Entrance to Caledonian Canal. Wk05/11 1. A Entrance to Rio Pará.000 1:25.000 1:6. Porto de Belém and Approaches.250 New Editions of Admiralty Charts Chart 231 Title. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum.000 344 50 Scale 1:50. 397 Brazil – North Coast. 344 China – Zhu Jiang. This chart is now referred to WGS84 Datum. B Approaches to Porto de Belém. C Loch Lochy – Gairlochy Locks. Scale Charts to be WITHDRAWN Edition 1:75. All charts are on ETRS89 Datum which is WGS84 compatible. B Continuation to Terminal da Alumar. A Laggan Locks to Corpach.000 1:25. D Fort William.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011 New Admiralty Leisure Folios (continued) Chart 5617.000 1:12. A Itaqui. C Porto de Belém.000 1:20.12 .000 1:25. 1:75.500 1:25.000 Charts to be WITHDRAWN 231 Folio 95 denotes chart available in the ARCS series.

Harbours and Anchorages in the West Solent Area.000 1:12.000 4206 35 4600 INT600 International Chart Series.500. Western Entrance. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Sound of Mull. — 6°26′⋅97W. Freshwater Bay.500.000 2398 100 4206 South Atlantic Ocean. 5°58′⋅88W. Alum Bay. River Yar. Yarmouth Harbour. C Isle of Wight. 1:3. H Isle of Wight. 56°35′⋅48N. The limits of the chart have been revised to provide improved coverage in the approaches to Tobermory. 1:25. 1:300. B Upper Reaches of Beaulieu River. 1:3.. Baie du Morbihan. G Lymington River. Newtown River.13 Wk05/11 . — 56°43′⋅98N. A Beaulieu River.500 1:5. Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and Harbour Authority surveys and general amendments throughout. 1:1.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011 New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued) Charts to be WITHDRAWN 2021 1:10.500.000 1:10. South Pacific Ocean.000 2392 5 2398 Southern Ocean.500 Folio Chart 2021 Title. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government Surveys.000 4638 INT638 70 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. The chart is now referred to a WGS84 compatible datum.000 1:3.000 1:12.500 1:7. Scale 1 2392 Scotland – West Coast. limits and other remarks England – South Coast.500 1:5.000 1:75. South Pacific Ocean.000 1:12. D Isle of Wight. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Fiji to Kermadec Islands including Tongatapu. F Approaches to Keyhaven. îles Kerguelen. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. 1. New Zealand including Norfolk Island and Campbell Island. E Isle of Wight. I Isle of Wight.000 4600 INT600 71 4638 INT638 International Chart Series. Tristan da Cunha Group to Discovery Seamounts and Islas Orcadas Rise.

1:3. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Oued Sebou to Casablanca. 1:3. Wk05/11 1. New Zealand.14 . Morocco – West Coast. limits and other remarks International Chart Series. United States and Mexico.000 4810 INT810 92 ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN Admiralty Charts Chart to be WITHDRAWN 643 INT7562 856 860 On publication of New Chart/New Edition 643 INT7562 856 Casablanca and 860 Main Title International Chart Series. Durban Harbour. South Pacific Ocean. Kermadec Islands to East Cape.500. 1942 INT1502 1961 El Salvador – Honduras – Nicaragua.500. West Coast of North America. West Coast of North America. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Indian Ocean.000 4707 INT707 42 4802 INT802 International Chart Series. Morocco – West Mohammedia. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Ports and Anchorages in Golfo de Fonseca. Scotland – North Coast. Coast.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 24 FEBRUARY 2011 New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued) Charts to be WITHDRAWN 4639 INT639 Folio Chart 4639 INT639 Title.000 71 4707 INT707 International Chart Series.500. Scale 1:1. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010. Maldives to Sumatera. Dixon Entrance to Unimak Pass. North Pacific Ocean. Approaches to 1942 INT1502 1961 International Chart Series. 1:3. North Pacific Ocean. Fair Isle to Wick. East Coast.500.000 4802 INT802 89 4810 INT810 International Chart Series. Republic of South Africa.

Queensland. Pulau Pinang to Kepulauan Sembilan. San Francisco and Vancouver Island to Mendocino Fracture Zone. Queensland. 3944 4170 INT7561 4201 INT201 4806 3944 4170 INT7561 4201 INT201 4806 Aus134 Aus134 Aus235 Aus236 Aus235 Aus236 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. North Pacific Ocean. Malacca Strait – Malaysia. 1. South East Coast of South America. International Chart Series. South Atlantic Ocean. International Chart Series. Port Lincoln and Approaches. Moreton Bay.15 Wk05/11 . Approaches to Durban.I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN Admiralty Charts (continued) Chart to be WITHDRAWN 2693 INT1570 On publication of New Chart/New Edition 2693 INT1570 Main Title International Chart Series. Orwell and Deben. Republic of South Africa – East Coast. Approaches to Felixstowe. South Australia. Harwich and Ipswich with the Rivers Stour. Australia – East Coast. Approaches to Moreton Bay. England – East Coast. Australia – South Coast. Australia – East Coast.

Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of the entire planned route using the ‘other / all’ display mode to confirm that it.5 million.I ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE Use of ECDIS . Further information will be made available through Notices to Mariners and within the UK element of the README. 3. In addition to reminding mariners not to rely solely on the automated checks and alarms for dangers provided by ECDIS during route planning and voyage monitoring. The observed anomalies reinforce the need for the continued application of established navigation principles and skills including the need to avoid over-reliance on a single system. This is most likely to be a problem where only very small scale (usage band 1 and 2) ENCs are available. It has been noted that on some ECDIS some underwater obstruction hazards only display in ‘full / other’ display mode rather then in default standard mode as might be expected. mariners using ECDIS are reminded not to rely solely on automated voyage planning and monitoring checks and alarms. are not visible when operating in the default base or standard display modes and do not trigger automatic grounding alarms in route checking or monitoring modes. and any deviations from it.Anomalous display and alarm behaviour in some systems Further examples of anomalous display and alarm behaviour have been noted in some ECDIS. Cancel 230/10. This may not be clearly indicated on the ECDIS display. Most ENC producers. in some display configurations small islands can be difficult to see as they may be obscured by other detail such as contour labels. the NAVAREA warning highlights the need to maintain ECDIS software to ensure any limitations in operational capability are resolved. is clear of dangers. and any deviations from it. It is recommended that appropriate checks are made with the equipment manufacturer. It recommends that appropriate checks are made with equipment manufacturers. Whilst land areas such as islands are generally clearly identifiable on ECDIS. A revised NAVAREA 1 warning (317/10) was issued on 30 October 2010 (see below). especially early versions. especially those marked as “reported” on paper charts. There are many oceanic areas for which the largest scale chart (both paper and ENC) issued is 1:3. Examples of anomalous behaviour: 1. Recent preliminary investigation indicates that some ECDIS may not display certain combinations of chart features and attributes correctly and on rare occasions may fail to display a navigationally significant feature. have now amended the way in which these particular shoal soundings have been encoded in S57 to resolve this issue. The existence of such anomalies highlights the importance of maintaining ECDIS software to ensure that operational capability and reliability are maintained. is clear of dangers.TXT file included on ENC service media. Some ECDIS appear only to undertake route check functions on larger scale ENCs and therefore alarms might not activate. denotes chart available in the ARCS series.16 . Wk05/11 1. especially where the ENC display is the only source of chart information available. including the UKHO. NAVAREA I – 317/10 290525Z OCT 10 As previously notified by NAVAREA warning. especially in early ECDIS models. This is of particular importance where ECDIS is the only source of chart information available to the mariner The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) is investigating these matters in consultation with ECDIS equipment manufacturers. A very small proportion of shoal soundings. This appears to be caused by anomalous behaviour in some ECDIS software. 2. even where these are surrounded by a shoal depth contour. Some of this anomalous behaviour appears to relate to software implementation issues. Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of the entire planned route using the ‘other / all’ display mode to confirm that it. Some ECDIS may not activate alarms for all land areas shown on ENCs.

The last 3 updates are identified at the start of the file.17 Wk05/11 . 1.I ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE (continued) The README.gov. The latest README.ukho. This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest Base and Update discs contains important safety related information relating to the contents of the disc.txt Latest Issue Dates of the AVCS and ECDIS Base CDs is Week 03/11. ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERVICE – LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS RC RC1 RC2 RC3 RC4 RC5 RC6 RC7 RC8 RC9 RC10 RC11 Last issue date 8th July 2010 11th November 2010 3rd February 2011 28th October 2010 1st April 2010 20th May 2010 19th November 2009 22nd July 2010 6th May 2010 3rd December 2009 8th May 2008 31st March 2011 17th February 2011 10th March 2011 Reissue Date denotes chart available in the ARCS series.TXT file is also located on the UKHO website at: www. 20 January 2011.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Documents/README.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – 2. . . . . . . . . . Norway. . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . Germany. . . . . . . . . .31 – 2. . . Pacific Ocean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 – 2. . . . . . .27 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 – 2. . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . North and West Coasts. Bangladesh and Burma . . 2. . . . . . . . . . .26 Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philippine Islands. . .27 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . and Portugal . Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . .41 2. .33 2. . Pakistan. . . . . . . . . .30 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark. . . . . . . . . 2. . . . T & P Notices . . 2. . .20 Africa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Caribbean Sea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . India.13 2. . . . . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Wk05/11 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – 2. . . . . . West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . Africa.31 Aleutian Islands. . . . Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 – 2. . . . Malacca Strait. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sri Lanka. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . . .16 France and Spain. . . Iraq and Iran.32 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Antarctica. . . . .28 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Red Sea. . . .11 – 2. . . . 2. . . . . . . . . .7 Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mediterranean and Black Seas.7 British Isles . . . . . 2. . . . . . . Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . .29 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Færoe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South and East Coasts. . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arabia. . . . . . . West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Indian Ocean. . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 North Russia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .II GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) Miscellaneous . . . . . – 2. .16 North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . .

79 40 40 40 83 90 80 79 89 90 25 52 80 50 10.29 2.48 2.41 2.41 2.47 2.34 2.11 2.27 2.47 2.32 2.38 2.12 2.9 2.46 2.29 2.20 2.37 2.21 2.48 2.19 2.31 2.8 2.41 2. 9 Notice No.39 2.40 2.48 2.49 2.10 2.51 2.11 2.38 2.26 2.11 2.27 2.16 2.19 2.21 2.33 2.30 2.11 2.25 2.16 2.19 2.40 2.28 2.9 2.10 2.47 2.12 2.34 2.21 2.38 2.27 2.17 2. 82 46 50 26 76 18 18 81 81 81 81 56 25 83 83 40 68 9 2.26 2.7 2.38 2.12 2.20 2.30 2. 2 9 29 7 81 30 31 45 48 31 50 50 59 66 86 27 55 53 54 55 55 53 53 53 54 54 7 95 71 52 52 52.33 2.22 2. 82 79 80 80 83 83 81 81 52 7.18 2.13 2.50 2.47 2.33 2.29 2.13 2.27 2.39 2.35 2.2 Wk05/11 .12 2.28 2.42 2.II INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS Notice No.35 2.49 2. 384* 385 386 387* 388* 389 390 391* 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407(T)/11 408(T)/11 409(T)/11 410(T)/11 411(T)/11 412(T)/11 413(T)/11 414* 415(T)/11 416(P)/11 417 418 419 420 421* 422 423 424 425 426* 427 428(P)/11 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439(T)/11 440(T)/11 Page 2.13 Admiralty Chart Folio 48.41 2.36 2.28 2.36 2. 441(T)/11 442(T)/11 443(T)/11 444(P)/11 445 446 447 448 449 450* 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462(T)/11 463(T)/11 464(T)/11 465(T)/11 466(T)/11 467 468 469 470* 471* 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 Page 2.37 2.35 2.24 2.46 2. 13 81 40 40 10 78.17 2.36 2.43 Admiralty Chart Folio 32 64 11 2 1.18 2.48 2.46 2.31 2.26 2. 8 14 11 31 27 10 89 83 81 81.16 2.39 2.29 2.51 2.35 2.51 2.26 2. 53 66 8 52 36 47 95 6.29 2.51 2.32 2. 50 50 27 52 86 79 90 78.30 2.27 2.41 2.22 2.37 2.46 2.13 2. 11 52 50 50 52 10 10 13 5 7.35 2.39 2.36 2.

498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 Page 2.7 Admiralty Chart Folio 98 98 98 57.13 2. 9 45.33 2. 52 Notice No.34 2.II INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS Notice No. 9 7. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Wk05/11 2.16 2.15 2.14 2.34 2. 59 9 9 7.3 .32 2.

503 440T 483 440T 503 440T 503 419 492 492 503 426 440T 484 389 445 415T 425 477 423 501 501 506 456 417. 399 471 471 471 399 391 502. 450 450 479 430 449. 450 480 481 451 450. 418 496 390 473 464T 465T 388 388 387 388 388 471 421 458 426 426 506 422 444P 444P. 451 449. 476 462T. Admiralty Chart No. 473 472 430 421 480 450 470 388 427 392 431 480 414 438 437 490 487 449. 1872 1875 1935 1948 1962 1968 2079 2101 2107 2116 2137 2182A 2182B 2182C 2182D 2209 2214 2215 2227 2241 2248 2321 2360 2484 2492 2523 2534 2565 2604 2605 2666 2670 2695 2807 2810 2813 2829 2837 2847 2850 2857 2858 2860 2873 2883 2886 2887 2888 2889 2919 2959 2987 3015 3026 3044 3089 3092 3148 3149 3150 3173 3175 3192 3257 3312 3316 3365 3390 3391 Notices 502 440T 391 396 441T 441T 402 393 467 492 481 504 504 426 426 470 397 468 386 462T. 463T 407T 505 440T 440T. 504 475 443T 403 505 461 464T 398. 497 440T. 497 442T 442T 498 Admiralty Chart No.4 Wk05/11 . 80 87 110 112 118 120 122 124 125 127 153 155 207 219 267 324 426 478 521 535 590 693 763 764 792 897 913 935 1057 1080 1124 1126 1148 1149 1152 1168 1178 1183 1186 1204 1233 1239 1250 1253 1270 1271 1342 1408 1422 1423 1444 1467 1471 1504 1592 1602 1603 1606 1607 1609 1619 1627 1630 1631 1633 1635 1721 1759 1853 Notices Notices 453 486 440T.II INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED Admiralty Chart No. 451 449. 451 449 487 408T 469 400 482 491 499 500 478 494 436 451 449 493 485 474 394 418 466T 419 2. 503 505 440T.

504 426 467 440T 440T 440T. JP JP JP JP JP JP JP JP JP JP JP 94 101A 120 1057B 1061 1065 1088 1102 1103 1108 1127A 405 412T 404 411T 410T 410T 409T 413T 412T 413T 406 Notices 501 480 431 501 441T 449. 429 428P 428P. Aus Aus Aus Aus 112 113 117 811 385 385 385 401 Notices 416P Notices Notices 422. Chart No. 497 440T 485. 503 440T 426 505 391 471 471 421 388 388 485 492 492 393 434 434 459 418 417. 450 426 426 504 504 440T 440T. 418 419 466T 444P 449. 429 384 428P. 429 435 452 506 418 506 506 450 395 501 424 480 431 501 431 431 460 433 454 434 434 446 446 448 432 448 455 455 447 447 453 453 457 Notices Japanese Admiralty Chart No. 450 450 449. 497 440T 503 503 440T 503 440T.5 . 497 502. 3480 3489 3523 3528 3599 3631 3632 3634 3666 3686 3688 3766 3767 3777 3785 3788 3790 3812 3841 3850 3921 3928 3943 3945 3950 4043 4052 4118 4403 4404 4507 4733 4734 4746 4749 4750 4753 4754 4757 4765 4767 4770 4774 4786 4787 4922 4945 4950 4951 4963 Australian Chart No. NZ 5412 Wk05/11 2. INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT 52 403 404 507 553 750 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1060 1301 1411 1412 1413 1416 1417 1418 1448 1461 1462 1465 1469 1471 1472 1473 1479 1500 1510 1551 1561 1562 1574 1611 1700 1870 3192 3195 3657 4632 4633 5251 5252 5254 5360 5362 5363 7017 7018 7199 7211 New Zealand Chart No. 503 440T. 439T 441T 495 420 451 440T. 486 459 488 489 440T 440T 428P.II INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED Admiralty Chart No. 497 505 389 440T. 451 449 Notices International Chart No.

INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT 7212 7232 7243 7250 7252 7260 7266 7268 7692 Notices Notices 449 449.II INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED International Admiralty Chart No. 429 423 Admiralty Chart No. Chart No. 451 450. Notices 2. 451 450 428P 451 428P.6 Wk05/11 . 429 428P.

POSITIONS). CHART 3944: POSITIONS. Adjoining Chart 3944 (see Note . 3° 4´·66W. for existing note.. centred on 3° 18´·8N. CHARTS 1366 AND 3944: POSITIONS.. to read. 98° 26´·2E. South: 38° 14´·50N. CHART 3944: POSITIONS.II 506 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS Source: UKHO Chart 792 Previous Update Details 3423/10 Insert accompanying note.Gore Sand Northwards . 3° 5´·91W. 51° 15´·02N.. Amend reference in S border at longitude 100° 05´·0E.POSITIONS).Drying heights. Substitute accompanying note. adjacent to: 51° 15´·24N.POSITIONS). Adjoining Chart 3944 (see Note . Amend reference in N border at longitude 100° 12´·5E. 2650. CHART 1366: POSITIONS. as follows: North: 38° 35´·20N. to read.Bristol Channel . 100° 19´·5E... 1250 365/11 Insert chart limit and number. centred on 4° 15´·62N. 3943 4932/10 3945 2736/10 387* ENGLAND . Depth. Amend reference in W border at latitude 4° 07´·5N..7 . centred on 3° 35´·5N. CHART 3944: POSITIONS. East: 118° 22´·90E. West: 117° 42´·50E. Insert accompanying note. 3921 1115/10 Insert accompanying note. (a) above Wk05/11 2.Bridgwater Bay . centred on 6° 10´·0N. Adjoining Chart 3944 (see Note . 100° 37´·60E. 100° 26´·5E. Source: Port of Bridgwater Chart 1152 [ previous update 249/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert Delete drying height 0 5 enclosed by 0m low water line (a) depth 05 . to read.

West Coast . 5° 31´·01W. (E border) . Obstn circular limit of restricted area.f (a) above Fl....Obstruction....(shore) . 50° 13´·33N. Restricted area. 50° 17´·92N. close W of: submarine power cable. 50° 16´·21N. 5° 37´·82W..5s. 5° 25´·63W. 50° 11´·69N. 5° 37´·52W. 5° 25´·53W. 5° 25´·92W. 50° 12´·93N. 5° 37´·13W. 5° 32´·23W. 5° 31´·59W. joining: 50° 16´·58N. 50° 12´·89N. 50° 15´·11N. 5° 36´·29W... G.. 5° 31´·60W.. 5° 37´·82W. 50° 14´·24N. Chart 1148 [ previous update 6220/09 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 45. joining: Chart 1149 [ previous update 6220/09 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 45..8 Wk05/11 .. 50° 14´·24N. 5° 27´·68W. 5° 25´·73W.. ÉÊÉ. Submarine power cable.. 5° 35´·47W. Saint Ives Bay) [ previous update 4686/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert submarine power cable. 5° 25´·72W... 50° 15´·11N. 50° 13´·96N.Saint Ives Bay North-westwards . 5° 30´·11W. 5° 35´·47W. (W border) 50° 16´·23N. 50° 18´·97N. 5° 37´·52W.. 5° 26´·33W.. 5° 30´·11W. 50° 17´·90N.. 50° 17´·90N.. joining: Chart 1168 (plan C.. ÉÊÉ (a) above (a) above 50° 20´·20N. 50° 18´·97N. 50° 16´·49N. 50° 12´·16N.. centred on: Ç. Buoy. radius 500m (0·27M). 50° 13´·96N. 50° 17´·92N.. G. 5° 37´·13W..Y. 50° 11´·69N. close W of: submarine power cable. 50° 12´·71N.. 5° 25´·92W. Source: South West RDA Note: Former Notice 4727(P)/10 is cancelled. (a) 50° 20´·82N.Y. 5° 31´·01W. 5° 32´·57W. 50° 20´·82N. ÉÊÉ (a) above (a) above 50° 20´·20N.f (a) above Fl.(shore) 2. 5° 27´·68W.5s.. radius 500m (0·27M).II 388* ENGLAND . centred on: Ç (a) . 5° 36´·29W. Obstn circular limit of restricted area.

. 50° 16´·21N.. Chart 1935 [ previous update 1204/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Delete fog signal.. 5° 25´·53W. 2010/11..Y.5s. A. 1° 27´·97E. 1° 21´·61W. 50° 12´·89N. 50° 11´·69N. Sunderland) [ previous update 3862/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Delete fog signal...f Fl. 5° 37´·82W. centred on: Ç (a) . 5° 37´·13W.. 5° 25´·92W.5s submarine power cable. G. 50° 14´·23N. 5° 37´·82W. Source: Trinity House Chart 2695 [ previous update 3230/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert the accompanying block. 414* ENGLAND .Fog signal... ÉÊÉ (a) 50° 20´·82N. Buoy. 5° 31´·59W. 5° 27´·68W. drying heights and coastline.. 50° 12´·89N. 2686 Source: Port of Sunderland Notice 15/10 Chart 1627 (INT 1551) (panel A.(shore) . 50° 13´·96N.. at light 54° 55´·13N.Orford Haven . 5° 37´·25W. 5° 31´·59W. Drying heights.. close W of: submarine power cable.f (a) above Fl.Sunderland . joining: 391* ENGLAND . joining: Chart 2565 (INT 1700) [ previous update 204/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 45. Horn(1)10s. 5° 27´·68W.West Coast .. radius 500m (0·27M).. (continued) Chart 1178 (INT 1611) [ previous update 5219/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert G... Submarine power cable. 5° 30´·31W. 5° 37´·25W.Old North Pier . ÉÊÉ (a) above (a) above 50° 20´·20N. 50° 18´·50N.East Coast . 1° 21´·61W. Light List Vol.East Coast . 50° 14´·23N. 50° 11´·69N.Y.Saint Ives Bay North-westwards . (a) above 50° 20´·20N. Coastline. 5° 37´·13W. centred on: 52° 02´·35N.II 388* ENGLAND . Restricted area.9 . 5° 25´·53W.. at light 54° 55´·13N. 50° 20´·82N.Obstruction.. Obstn circular limit of restricted area. Wk05/11 2. 50° 18´·50N. 50° 16´·21N. 50° 13´·96N.. 5° 25´·92W.Depths. Horn(1)10s.(shore) . showing amendments to depths. 5° 30´·31W.

Gravesend Reach.Clair Oil Field North-north-eastwards .. Mooring buoy.5s Df. from: to: 51° 30´·11N.... Fl.Y.. Fl. 426* SCOTLAND . 51° 30´·31N. Buoyage. 2° 14´·0W. 51° 30´·279N. 0° 31´·006E.. Thames Haven (Shellhaven) South-eastwards and Coryton South-westwards .10 Wk05/11 . 0° 31´·01E.. 0° 23´·381E. from: to: 51° 30´·110N.East Coast . Chart 1186 (panel A. Chart 1239 [ previous update 5853/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 60° 56´·1N..5s for R Fl. 51° 30´·306N. Canvey Island to Coalhouse Point) [ previous update 5623/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Substitute Move Df. Hole Haven to Purfleet) [ previous update 253/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Substitute Move Df. Chart 1233 (INT 1500) [ previous update 3074/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 60° 56´·05N. 2° 14´·0W. 2.River Thames . Coalhouse Point to Tilbury) [ previous update 5623/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert depth 82 51° 26´·882N. 0° 29´·180E.. 0° 30´·783E.2·5s Works. Fl.Well 291.Y. Chart 2182D (INT 1040) [ previous update 4590/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert 60° 56´·1N.II 421* ENGLAND . 0° 29´·18E. Source: TOTAL E&P UK Limited & Department of Energy and Climate Change Chart 219 (INT 1060) [ previous update 284/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 291.Shetland Islands . 2° 14´·0W.5s DEL for R Fl. 0° 30´·78E. 2° 14´·0W. Chart 2484 (INT 1574) (panel A. Source: Port of London Authority Chart 1186 (panel B.. Chart 2182C (INT 1041) [ previous update 217/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert 60° 56´·1N. 2° 13´·97W.Y.Well å Well å Well 60° 56´·1N.Y.Y.Depth. Fl.Y.Well 291.2·5s. 51° 30´·28N...Well.5s DEL Df.

Sound of Raasay) [ previous update 5239/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 57° 19´·31N. close S of: depth 220. 8° 01´·156E..Kristiansand . 471* ENGLAND . 1° 09´·97E. close W of: 67° 18´·91N. 12° 16´·65E. 67° 17´·56N. 67° 19´·41N.Sound of Raasay .11 . Kristiansand) [ previous update 6333/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert depth 14 enclosed by 20m contour 58° 05´·737N. close SE of: depth 250. 1° 09´·97E..II 470* SCOTLAND ...Røst South-eastwards .8s Cb Fl(2)G. 12° 14´·97E.Vestfjorden .Kinn Westwards .Obstruction. 12° 29´·66E. Source: ENC NO5E0616 Chart 2987 (plan B.8s 57° 19´·33N. 469 NORWAY . 6° 05´·52W. Source: Port of London Authority Chart 1183 (INT 1561) [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 2%+ Obstn 2%+ Obstn 2%+ Obstn 2%+ Obstn 51° 27´·83N.West Coast ... Source: Highland Harbours Chart 2209 [ previous update 5239/10 ] OSGB36 DATUM Insert Cb Fl(2)G. 6° 05´·45W.. 1° 09´·97E.Thames Estuary . Chart 1609 [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 51° 27´·83N.. 472 NORWAY . Source: ENC NO4D2425 & NO4D2424 Chart 2321 [ previous update New Edition 04/11/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 208 (a) depth 198 enclosed by 200m contour (b) depth 180 and extend 200m approximate contour S to enclose (c) depth 178 and extend 200m contour N to enclose depth 268.. Chart 1607 (INT 1562) [ previous update 308/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 51° 27´·83N. Chart 1606 [ previous update 6187/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM Insert 51° 27´·83N.West Coast . 67° 19´·01N.. Chart 2534 (plan A.Depth..Depths.Pan Sand Southwards .Rubh’an Tòrra Mhóir East-north-eastwards Buoy.South Coast . 1° 09´·97E. (a) above (b) above (c) above Delete Wk05/11 2. 12° 36´·42E.

56° 07´·08N.. Source: UKHO Chart 2227 [ previous update 6208/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 8 JWr Delete depth 86 . Buoy. 15° 22´·30E. 15° 18´·63E.. 23° 51´·40E. 24° 42´·35E. (a) above 468 ESTONIA .Depths. Fixed point..12 Wk05/11 .. Wk 20. 15° 18´·51E.Tallinna Laht .South Coast . close W of: (a) 58° 04´·00N.Kattegat . close SE of: (a) 59° 30´·50N.Hasslö Westwards . Chart 2857 [ previous update 5738/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Substitute 56° 07´·05N. 467 SWEDEN .Obstruction.West Coast . (a) above 2. Rock. adjacent to: (a) 57° 39´·28N.Dybe Rende .. 56° 06´·98N.. 15° 22´·37E.. 11° 18´·88E.Vahemadal South-westwards and Paljassaare Kari Eastwards . Source: ENC SE4DI0XO & Swedish Notice 335/5914/10 Chart 2360 [ previous update 178/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute K (dest) for K / è¿ Rännbåden (dest) for è¿ Rännbåden K L Kråken (dest) for K L Kråken 56° 07´·02N.Beacon. Source: Estonian Notices 1/24-25/11 Chart 2215 [ previous update 5643/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 2%+ Obstn Gs.Gulf of Rõga . Wk.Rännbåden and L Kråkan . Buoy. 24° 39´·76E.Wrecks. Source: ENC SE2BHS0W Chart 2107 (INT 1301) [ previous update 319/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete 38..II 386 ESTONIA .Kihnu madal North-westwards . 59° 29´·91N. (a) above 430 SWEDEN .

2° 23´·72E. 51° 24´·66N..Depths.Fairy Bank North-eastwards and Westwards Depths. at lighthouse 53° 34´·73N.R 56° 43´·27N. 2° 23´·72E.. 497 GERMANY . AIS. at lighthouse 53° 34´·73N.. Chart 1635 (INT 1413) [ previous update 6261/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete Automatic Identification System.13 . Chart 3631 (INT 1461) [ previous update 373/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete Automatic Identification System. Source: UKHO Chart 2241 [ previous update 267/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute depth 42 for depth 57 59° 45´·9N. Chart 2248 [ previous update 6320/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 56 59° 51´·00N.Buoy...Automatic Identification System.Hanko South-eastwards . Source: ENC DK4LIMFW Chart 426 (INT 1448) (plan A.II 473 BALTIC SEA .. 389 DENMARK . 23° 28´·4E.Belgian and French Sectors .North Sea Coast .North Sea Coast . 6° 40´·01E. 24° 51´·74E. 2° 10´·97E.. AIS.. 2° 10´·97E. 502 NORTH SEA . 8° 13´·37E. Source: German Hydrographic Office and Netherlands Notice 2/51/11 Chart 1633 (INT 1417) [ previous update 358/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete Automatic Identification System. 51° 28´·20N. Thyborøn Kanal) [ previous update 230/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete Bd Q.. 24° 51´·74E. Wk05/11 2. Source: ENCs BE4VLBNK & FR401030 Chart 1630 (INT 1416) [ previous update New Edition 16/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 108 depth 22 Chart 1872 [ previous update 6105/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 108 depth 22 51° 28´·20N. 51° 24´·66N. 6° 40´·01E. 476 FINLAND ..South Coast . Source: Finnish Chart 18 Chart 1080 [ previous update 5964/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 56 59° 51´·00N. 6° 40´·01E.Gulf of Finland .Borkum . at lighthouse 53° 34´·73N. AIS..Thyborøn Kanal .Agger Tange Southwards .Approaches to Helsinki .TSS Off Porkkala Lighthouse Depth.Jussaro South-westwards .

(a) above 51° 56´·50N. from: GXs Q(9)15s MV-C to: Delete former former limit of restricted area. 3° 56´·70E. pecked line. entry prohibited. 51° 56´·90N..II 503 NETHERLANDS . 3° 57´·20E. pecked line.. (N border) (b) above (a) above 51° 58´·45N. 3° 57´·01E. pecked line. pecked line.. joining: (a) (b) Q(9)15s MV-C for Q(9)15s MV-D 51° 59´·10N. 2. (a) above (b) 51° 57´·80N. (N border) 51° 56´·90N..Europoort and Den Haag . 4° 15´·07E. Move GXs to: Delete GXs Q(9)15s MV-C former limit of restricted area. Buoyage...Maasvlakte Westwards and Scheveningen Northwards Restricted area. (a) above (c) above (b) above 52° 07´·65N. 3° 57´·30E. (b) above (c) 51° 57´·80N.. 51° 58´·45N.. entry prohibited. entry prohibited.14 Wk05/11 . from: 51° 56´·50N. 3° 57´·01E. 3° 57´·90E. 4° 15´·07E. 3° 57´·65E. GXs GsX GXs Q(9)15s MV-B. joining: (a) Q(9)15s MV-B.. 3° 56´·70E.. joining: Chart 122 (INT 1472) [ previous update 6338/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Substitute Move limit of restricted area.. entry prohibited. Source: Netherlands Notices 2/45/11 & 2/50/11 Chart 110 (INT 1473) [ previous update 6104/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert limit of restricted area. 3° 57´·20E. joining: GXs VQ(9)10s HOPPER A Chart 125 (INT 1469) [ previous update 5859/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete GXs VQ(9)10s HOPPER A 52° 07´·65N.

. Racon (D). (a) above (c) above (b) above GXs GsX GXs Q(9)15s MV-B. 3° 56´·70E. 3° 57´·00E.. Racon (D). (a) above 51° 56´·50N.. Chart 2182B (INT 1042) [ previous update 6297/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Delete radar beacon.. Light List Vol. joining: Chart 1630 (INT 1416) [ previous update 502/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Substitute Move limit of restricted area. 3° 57´·90E. 2010/11: 55200 (5/11) Source: Netherlands Notice 2/47/11 Chart 1423 (INT 1045) [ previous update 6261/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute Delete Jf Fl. 3° 57´·90E. pecked line. joining: (a) (b) Q(9)15s MV-C for Q(9)15s MV-D 51° 59´·10N. A. entry prohibited. 4° 34´·5E.. from: GXs Q(9)15s MV-C to: Delete former former limit of restricted area. 4° 34´·5E.Maasvlakte Westwards and Scheveningen Northwards Restricted area.. entry prohibited. joining: (a) (b) (c) Q(9)15s MV-B 51° 59´·10N.Buoyage. Racon (D).... entry prohibited. 4° 34´·45E. (W border) and (c) above 51° 57´·02N.. joining: 504 NORTH SEA . 51° 56´·50N. 3° 57´·01E.Europoort and Den Haag . 3° 57´·01E.. 51° 56´·90N. 54° 56´·68N. pecked line. pecked line. Buoyage. at platform radar beacon. 2010/11. 7685 ALRS Vol.15 . 4° 35´·66E.10s radar beacon.Lower Scruff-Southeastwards .6s for Pf IVQ. Wk05/11 2. 3° 57´·00E.II 503 NETHERLANDS . (continued) Chart 207 (INT 1465) [ previous update 5486/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert limit of restricted area.. 51° 56´·90N. 2. Radar beacon. pecked line. Chart 2182A (INT 1043) [ previous update 5859/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Delete 54° 56´·7N. 3° 57´·20E. 3° 57´·20E.Netherlands Sector . at platform 54° 56´·38N. (W border) Substitute Delete GXs GXs Q(9)15s MV-C for Gs Q(9)15s MV-D GXs Q(9)15s MV-B former limit of restricted area.Y. at platform 54° 56´·7N. (b) above (a) above (c) above (a) above 51° 58´·13N. entry prohibited.. (b) above (c) 51° 57´·80N.

2. 9° 34´·19W.Y.... 4664. radius 875m (0·5M).Y.West Coast . 27° 15´·570E. radius 875m (0·5M). Chart 3634 [ previous update 485/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete 41° 11´·62N. centred on: Chart 3634 [ previous update 6250/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert circular limit of spoil ground.West Coast .Buoy.Viana Do Castelo South-westwards . 2010/11. (a) above Æ .20s ODAS 41° 11´·6N.Porto Westwards .4s Jf Fl.Netherlands Sector .4s8m5M light to.. 3° 21´·14E. 3° 21´·1E.Marina .. (a) above Æ .West Coast . pecked line.6s for Ef Fl.II 505 NORTH SEA .16 Wk05/11 . Source: ENC PT221101 Chart 87 [ previous update 5963/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Delete Pf Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS Pf Fl(5)Y.4s12m5M 37° 52´·102N.. 485 PORTUGAL .4s Jf Fl.. Chart 1504 (INT 1510) [ previous update 6117/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute 52° 22´·20N. Restricted area. centred on: 486 PORTUGAL .4s 52° 22´·2N.Spoil ground. Kuşadasõ) [ previous update 6293/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend light to. 8° 53´·69W. 27° 15´·670E.Kuşadasõ . 4664. centred on: (a) 41° 38´·60N. Chart 1631 (INT 1418) [ previous update 6220/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute 52° 22´·20N.Data buoy. Source: Netherlands Notice 2/47/11 Chart 1408 [ previous update 6220/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Substitute Jf Fl. 3° 21´·14E.Bruine Bank (Brown Ridge) Southwards . 9° 33´·9W. pecked line. Light List Vol. Source: ENC PT426401 Chart 3257 (INT 1870) [ previous update 1925/10 ] ED50 DATUM Insert circular limit of spoil ground. 390 TURKEY . E.Lights.4 Source: Turkish Notice 50/295/10 Chart 1057 (plan B.. centred on: (a) 41° 38´·67N.. Fl(2)G.3.Approaches to Viana do Castelo . 37° 52´·053N.Y.6s for Ef Fl. 8° 53´·60W. Fl(2)R.6s for Ef Fl.

55 Source: Turkish Notice 50/298/10 Chart 2101 (INT 3657) [ previous update 5784/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert ¶ Fl(2+1)G.Mersin Limanõ .Zapadnyy Mol Northwards . Source: Russian Notice 2/87/10 Chart 3316 (plan A..17 . 37° 47´·702E.. E.. 5873. 44° 43´·310N.Obstructions.. Wk05/11 2. 5873. 34° 39´·105E. 44° 43´·342N. 37° 47´·580E.Port Novorossiysk . 37° 47´·515E.II 393 TURKEY . 394 RUSSIA . 2010/11. 34° 38´·935E.12s9m3M ¶ Fl(2)Y.5.10s9m3M ¶ Fl(3)Y. 37° 47´·640E..4.8s9m3M 36° 48´·232N. Port Novorossiysk) [ previous update 1200/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM Insert 9+ Obstn 8%+ Obstn 8+ Obstn 7+ Obstn 44° 43´·370N. 36° 47´·743N. 5873. 44° 43´·288N.South Coast . 34° 38´·267E. Light List Vol..Lights.Black Sea Coast .. 36° 47´·960N.

13° 35´·80E. (a) above 45° 02´·0N.Kryms’kyy Pivostriv Westwards and Southwards . Source: Italian Notice 24/Section C/T48005/10 Chart 1471 [ previous update 201/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert å Obstns 45° 44´·98N.Baia di Panzano . along: legend. (W limit of block) (c) above 44° 59´·2N. Routeing Measures (see NM 6676(P)/08). joining: 403 ITALY .. 31° 54´·5E..Gulf of Trieste . recommended routes. (existing route) 45° 25´·0N. centred on: former recommended route and associated legend... 44° 58´·0N.. Route No 82. joining: Delete 44° 21´·0N. 2010/11. Route No 81. along: legend. (existing route) 44° 55´·0N... 45° 34´·5N. Chart 2214 [ previous update 4822/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert the accompanying block. 32° 37´·5E. E. radiobeacons and legends.East Coast .. 2. 32° 37´·5E.Obstructions. pecked line. maritime limit. Maritime limit.Approaches to Sevastopol’ and Yalta Traffic separation schemes. Light. Legends. joining: (a) (b) (c) (d) legend. (W limit of block) (a)-(b) above (c)-(d) above 45° 41´·0N. (W limit of block) former recommended route and associated legend. 5328. Light List Vol.II 397 UKRAINE . 32° 37´·5E. centred on: recommended route. Recommended routes.18 Wk05/11 . showing amendments to traffic separation schemes. 31° 13´·0E. 32° 04´·2E. 34° 27´·0E. 31° 47´·4E.5 Source: Ukrainian Notice 43/324/10 Note: Former Notice 6676(P)/08 is cancelled.. Route No 82.. (W limit of block) and 45° 34´·5N. light. 32° 37´·5E. Radiobeacons. Route No 81.

Depth... Source: ENC RU5MALT1 Chart 3312 (plan B..Golfo dell’ Asinara . 13° 39´·85E.... 41° 01´·83N. 40° 55´·51N. 41° 00´·44N.21/10 Chart 1444 (plan A. entry prohibited. 40° 56´·74N. 8° 34´·41E. Sochi) [ previous update 5308/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM Insert depth 10 enclosed by 10m contour 43° 34´·680N.. 8° 39´·58E..Submarine power cable..... joining: 40° 50´·69N. Source: Italian Notice 24. 40° 57´·94N. 8° 48´·28E. radius 0·27M. 39° 42´·387E.. 13° 40´·60E. 43° 30´·00N. Approaches to Ancona and Falconara Marittima) [ previous update 627/10 ] MONTE MARIO 1940 DATUM Insert ´ semi-circular limit of restricted area.Sardegna .Approaches to Ancona . close NE of: Wk05/11 2. joining: (a) 43° 30´·06N. (E border) 474 RUSSIA .Numana Eastwards . Restricted area. 40° 59´·02N. 8° 47´·88E.II 458 ITALY . 13° 40´·21E.19 .North Mole Westwards . Buoy. 40° 59´·69N..Black Sea Coast . 8° 44´·98E. 8° 21´·28E.Wreck. Source: Italian Notice 24. 475 ITALY .Sochi . pecked line. 8° 18´·78E.(shore) 40° 55´·17N. centred on (a) above.14/10 Chart 1204 [ previous update New Edition 03/06/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine power cable. ÉÊÉ. 8° 21´·83E. 41° 00´·79N. (S border) (a) above GoY Fl(2)10s.East Coast . (S border) 43° 30´·00N. 8° 43´·61E. 8° 48´·81E.

20 Wk05/11 . Q. 9° 51´·132E. joining: (a) (b) (c) (d) legend. 5° 02´·55E. 9° 51´·382E. (e) above (f) above 44° 04´·64N. 9° 51´·382E. 9° 51´·273E.. Depth. adjacent to: 492 FRANCE . 44° 05´·998N.. within: legend. 44° 05´·940N. centred on: R circular limit of restricted area.West Coast ..23/10 Chart 118 (plan B.N. 5° 02´·55E.WR. 9° 51´·210E. 2... Source: Italian Notices 23.A. centred on: depth 85 . Entry Restricted (see Note).Light. ENTRY RESTRICTED. Q. Mooring buoys. Ç.II 483 ITALY .. 44° 05´·789N... 44° 05´·789N.WR.South Coast ..8m9/6M 43° 19´·78N.8m9/6M 43° 19´·78N..M. 5° 02´·55E. Chart 2116 [ previous update 5309/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend light to.8m9/6M 43° 19´·78N. Q. (a)-(d) above 44° 05´·950N. Legends..Cap Couronne North-westwards . E. Light List Vol.Rada di La Spezia . 9° 48´·65E. S. Cautionary note. (e) above Ç. Restricted areas. Chart 155 (INT 3192) [ previous update 5309/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend light to. 9° 51´·132E. 2010/11. 44° 05´·572N.Carro . 44° 05´·572N. 0620 Source: French Notice 1/27/11 Chart 153 (INT 3195) [ previous update 4830/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend light to.WR.1/10 & 24.Pta. Bartolomeo North-westwards and Pontile I. centred on: (e) (f) Substitute Delete the accompanying note. Entry Restricted (see Note). radius 50m. for existing note. Rada di La Spezia) [ previous update 6045/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert limit of restricted area. 9° 51´·364E.

39° 17´·632E...Approaches to Dar es Salaam .. 26° 30´·54N..Depths. 6° 50´·257S. 39° 17´·774E. 39° 18´·748E.Approaches to Ad Dammam (Mõna’ al Malik ’Abd al ’Azõz) Legends.21 . 6° 50´·304S.. Chart 3788 [ previous update 4332/10 ] NAHRWAN DATUM Amend legend to. adjacent to: (a) 6° 48´·553S. 39° 18´·834E. 6° 49´·989S. 50° 13´·20E.. 50° 11´·73E. See NM 428(P)/11. centred on: 26° 36´·15N. Dredging in progress (see NM 428(P)/11). 6° 50´·528S. Source: UKHO Chart 3777 (INT 7266) [ previous update 229/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend legend to.. 39° 17´·752E.. 58° 11´·3E. 58° 15´·4E... Chart 3812 (INT 7268) [ previous update 2617/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend legend to. 6° 48´·746S. Wk05/11 2. 39° 17´·590E. 39° 17´·614E.East Coast . Source: Tanzania Hydrographic Office Chart 693 (INT 7692) [ previous update 4859/05 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 103 depth 134 and extend 15m contour N to enclose depth 92 depth 96 depth 105 depth 104 depth 106 depth 82 Substitute Delete depth 122 for depth 172 and extend 15m contour NW to enclose depth 18. 50° 13´·50E. 19° 44´·4N.SAUDI ARABIA . (a) above 429 .. 6° 50´·030S. (a) above 384* OMAN . 50° 12´·72E. 6° 48´·719S.Depths.Khalõj Maşõrah . 39° 18´·710E. 39° 17´·905E.II 423 TANZANIA . centred on: 26° 35´·75N... centred on: 26° 36´·60N. close NW of: (a) 19° 44´·9N. 39° 17´·733E.South East Coast . 6° 50´·348S.... Source: HMS Enterprise Chart 3785 [ previous update 110/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete depth 202 depth 25 depth 29. Dredging in progress (see NM 428(P)/11). 6° 49´·935S.

II 449 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . Chart 2889 (INT 7211) [ previous update 279/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 25° 36´·9N. Legend.. Chart 2858 (INT 750) [ previous update 5369/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert 25° 36´·9N.Wreck.. Chart 3175 (INT 7212) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 25° 36´·86N. 52° 03´·63E. 26° 00´·28N. 450* QATAR .SUBMARINE CABLES AND PIPELINES).(shore) and 26° 04´·30N. 26° 00´·37N. 51° 42´·24E. 25° 56´·82N.. 51° 59´·49E. 26° 00´·30N. along: (a)-(b) above 2.Sharjah (Ash Shariqah) . 55° 01´·8E. 51° 33´·90E.. 51° 33´·05E....Submarine pipeline... È.. Chart 2888 (INT 7199) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 25° 36´·9N.Az Zorah Oilfield Westwards .. 51° 33´·50E. 51° 31´·23E. 55° 01´·8E. 26° 04´·10N. joining: (a) (b) ) 26° 09´·16N.Ra’s Laffan North-eastwards .. 55° 01´·8E. ( ) (a) above ¼ ¼ legend.. 52° 04´·40E.. Gas (see Note . Chart 2887 (INT 7232) [ previous update 6171/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 25° 36´·9N..( 26° 08´·97N.22 Wk05/11 . Source: Hydropac 2895/10 Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 279/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ 25° 36´·9N. 51° 58´·42E. 55° 01´·78E. 55° 01´·8E. 55° 01´·8E. Source: Shell International Exploration and Production Chart 2523 (INT 7250) [ previous update 4859/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine pipeline. 25° 59´·92N.

26° 04´·1N.... 51° 42´·2E. 26° 00´·3N.. 26° 00´·3N.(shore) (a)-(b) above ¼ Chart 2858 (INT 750) [ previous update 449/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine pipeline. 51° 31´·2E. along: Chart 2847 (INT 7018) [ previous update 6300/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine pipeline.. 52° 04´·4E. Gas. (continued) Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 449/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine pipeline.. 51° 42´·2E. 51° 31´·2E.( 26° 04´·1N. 26° 00´·3N.. 25° 56´·7N. 51° 33´·3E.( ) 26° 09´·0N. 52° 04´·4E.. joining: (a) (b) legend.. 25° 56´·7N. joining: (a) (b) legend.II 450* QATAR .. 25° 56´·8N. 26° 09´·1N..(shore) (a)-(b) above ¼ È.. 25° 59´·9N... 26° 09´·1N. 52° 04´·4E.( ) 26° 04´·1N..(shore) and 26° 04´·3N.. 52° 04´·4E. È. 52° 03´·6E.. 26° 00´·4N. 26° 00´·4N. 51° 58´·4E. Gas (see Note). Gas (see Note). 51° 58´·4E.Ra’s Laffan North-eastwards . 51° 33´·0E. along: ) 26° 09´·1N..( ) (a) above (a)-(b) above ¼ ¼ Wk05/11 2. 51° 58´·4E. 51° 31´·2E. È.Submarine pipeline. joining: (a) (b) legend.. 26° 00´·3N. Legend. 51° 42´·2E. joining: (a) (b) legend.( ) 26° 04´·1N. 51° 42´·2E. 51° 58´·4E.. 51° 33´·9E. 51° 59´·5E. along: 26° 09´·1N. 51° 31´·2E. along: Chart 2886 (INT 7243) [ previous update New Edition 09/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine pipeline. 51° 33´·3E. 26° 00´·3N. 25° 56´·8N...23 . 26° 00´·4N. 51° 33´·3E.(shore) (a)-(b) above ¼ È.. Gas (see Note).

51° 59´·08E. 51° 33´·84E.( ) (a) above (a)-(b) above ¼ IRAN .II 450* QATAR . 26° 00´·20N..... 51° 42´·18E.. 51° 31´·17E.Ra’s Laffan North-eastwards . 26° 00´·18N. D. 7701 Source: Iranian Notice 5/2010 451 Chart 2883 (INT 7260) [ previous update 6300/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert GsX Q(9)15s GsX Q(9)15s 26° 51´·0N. 26° 00´·27N. 51° 58´·36E. 53° 09´·00E. 51° 33´·44E. 25° 59´·82N. 51° 59´·45E. Jazõreh-ye Qeshm Westwards and . along: 26° 04´·62N. Bandar-e-Shahõ Light List Vol.. (continued) Chart 3950 [ previous update 229/11 ] REVISED NAHRWAN DATUM Insert submarine pipeline. 53° 09´·00E.. 51° 32´·99E. (N border) 26° 04´·00N. Legend. joining: (a) (b) legend.Buoyage. 2010/11. È.24 Wk05/11 . 2.. 25° 56´·72N.(shore) and 26° 04´·20N.Submarine pipeline. Gas (see Note). Jazh-ye Qeys North-westwards. Light.Jazõreh-ye Lavan Westwards.d Bahonar Southwards . Chart 2886 (INT 7243) [ previous update 450/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 26° 51´·0N...

II 451 IRAN .G.15s GqV Q(6)+LFl.Wudam West-north-westwards . 7325.6s jetty.25 .Lights. 7325. Jetties.As Suwayq .(shore) and (b) above 23° 51´·00N. Light List Vol. joining: (a) (b) 23° 51´·40N. 53° 54´·5E. (continued) Bandar-e-Shahõ Chart 2887 (INT 7232) [ previous update 449/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert GsX Q(9)15s GmU Q ¶ Fl(2)10s8M GXs Q(9)15s ¶ Fl(2)10s8M GqV Q(6)+LFl. D.. 55° 16´·0E..15s GqV Q(6)+LFl.15s 26° 51´·0N..Jazõ reh-ye Lavan Westwards. 55° 16´·0E. 57° 26´·56E. 2010/11. 55° 12´·9E.26 Source: Omani Notice 12/25/10 Chart 3523 [ previous update 4061/10 ] WGS72 DATUM Insert ¶ LFl. 57° 26´·35E. 26° 37´·2N. Jazh-ye Qeys North-westwards. (a) above 23° 51´·36N. Delete Chart 2888 (INT 7199) [ previous update 449/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete 26° 37´·2N. Jazõreh-ye Qeshm Westwards and . Chart 3599 [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 27° 07´·60N. 57° 26´·12E.. 55° 12´·9E. Light..(shore) Wk05/11 2. Chart 3173 [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 27° 07´·60N. Bandar-e-Shahõd Bahonar) [ previous update 1961/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 27° 07´·60N.23. 23° 51´·15N. 53° 09´·0E. 26° 39´·4N... 26° 34´·5N.. 26° 39´·4N. 56° 11´·80E.... 56° 11´·80E. Chart 3599 (plan B. 23° 51´·24N. single firm line.6s ¶ LFl..d Bahonar Southwards .Buoyage.. 57° 26´·60E. 56° 11´·80E.R. 495 OMAN .. 57° 26´·56E.

Chart 1603 [ previous update 4216/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete G\d Q. 104° 10´·00E. Source: UKHO Note: This update has been included in a New Edition of Chart 1602 published 20 January 2011. 34° 40´·0N. 120° 30´·0E.Legend.Chang Jiang . centred on: 31° 26´·58N. showing new buoyage and amendments to traffic separation scheme. buoyage and radar beacon. Source: Marine Department... Buoyage. traffic separation scheme and precautionary area.East Coast .26 Wk05/11 . 121° 29´·50E. Chart 4043 [ previous update 5508/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert limit of restricted area.Restricted area. 422 CHINA .. 104° 07´·65E..Beicao Shuidao . 122° 04´·43E. Precautionary area.Baoshan Hangdao and Xinliuhe Sha South-westwards . 1° 17´·81N. Automatic Identification System.. showing a new legend and amendments to buoy.. 121° 13´·1E. AIS 31° 13´·89N. Automatic Identification System.Johor (Malaysia) ..II 395 SINGAPORE STRAIT . 121° 26´·30E.Buoy.. 1° 17´·40N.R D26 and associated Automatic Identification System. centred on: 31° 28´·43N.Lianyun Gang Eastwards . Chart 3480 [ previous update 6282/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert 35° 02´·8N. (E border) 1° 17´·80N. Traffic separation scheme. Chart 1619 [ previous update New Edition 26/08/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block.. joining: 1° 18´·27N. 121° 13´·1E. 34° 40´·0N. 120° 30´·0E. 104° 10´·00E. ÇÅÇ. Source: Chinese Notices 52/2276-2277/10 Chart 1253 [ previous update 6228/10 ] BEIJING 1954 DATUM Insert ´ Rep (2010) PA ´ 35° 02´·8N.Wrecks. Source: Chinese Notices 43/1910(T)/10 & 48/2126/10 Chart 1603 [ previous update 398/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block..Teluk Ampang Southwards . Malaysian Shipping Notice 35/10 Note: This update will be included in New Editions of Chart 4042 to be published 17 February 2011 and Chart 3831 to be published 17 March 2011. 399 CHINA .Yellow Sea Coast . 2. precautionary area. (E border) 398 CHINA . Radar beacon. 104° 07´·30E..Huang Hai .Chang Jiang .East Coast .

121° 44´·10E.27 . F..Hong Kong .East Coast .Buoy..Y Naval Base 22° 18´·780N.Yongjiang Kou North-westwards . 136° 38´ 27·0"E.South Coast .South Coast . 405 JAPAN . Works in progress (2010). 136° 39´ 18·3"E.Ningbo Gang . 136° 40´ 11·0"E. 114° 08´·030E. 482 CHINA . centred on: 37° 23´·8N. Wk05/11 2. 34° 57´ 15·2"N. Chart 4118 [ previous update 5548/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Gf Q. centred on: the accompanying block C.4 Source: UKHO Note: Certain copies only Chart 3026 [ previous update 350/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert fog signal. Dredged area.Mayou Shi Jiao Fog signal.Stonecutters Island ..Iida Wan . centred on: the accompanying block B.Ise Wan .Legend. Horn Mo(U)30s.Naval Base Western Breakwater Southwards .. Source: Hong Kong Notice 26/47/10 Note: This update will be included in a New Edition of Chart 4119 to be published 10 February 2011.Approaches to Hong Kong .Lingding Yang . Source: Chinese Notice 52/2314(T)/10 Chart 1592 [ previous update 6258/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert legend.Depths.Noto Hanto . Source: Japanese Notice 02/44/11 Chart JP 94 [ previous update 5597/10 ] WGS84 Insert the accompanying block A.North West Coast . at light-vessel 22° 16´·62N. showing new fish havens and amendments to depths. 3521.South Coast .Yokkaichi Ko .Honshu . Foul. Dredged depth. 137° 16´·9E. showing amendments to depths.Central Part . foul and fish havens. Light List Vol.Honshu .. showing amendments to depths and dredged area. showing amendments to depths and dredged depth. Source: Japanese Notice 2/42/11 Chart JP 120 [ previous update 5592/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block. 2010/11.Fish havens. 461 CHINA .. 34° 56´ 53·5"N. centred on: 34° 59´ 45·9"N. centred on: 29° 58´·91N. 404 JAPAN . 113° 48´·33E..II 424 CHINA . Depths.

. 4206. Chart JP 1127A (plan. 126° 05´·30E.21/11 Chart 913 (INT 5254) [ previous update 6291/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert ¶ Fl.West Coast . centred on: 34° 30´ 59·5"N. (shore) 34° 42´·59N.383.. 126° 12´·09E.. 2010/11. 35° 49´·50N. (shore) 34° 42´·59N.. 4206. Continuation of Eastern Part of Mizushima Ko) [ previous update 3882/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block B.. joining: Ef 34° 42´·09N. joining: ¶ Fl.G.2.. 126° 15´·82E. Light List Vol. (shore) 34° 07´·81N.28 Wk05/11 . 34° 42´·47N..394 Source: Korean Notices 1/20 .. 418 KOREA .G.Depths. Lights.4s15m6M & Fl.Lights. 34° 42´·45N. 133° 44´ 11·4"E.4s11m6M Chart 3928 [ previous update 5517/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine power cable. 126° 12´·08E. 2.R.Seto Naikai . Light List Vol.3 Source: Korean Notices 51/796/10 & 1/16-17/11 Chart 913 (INT 5254) [ previous update 417/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine power cable.Mizushima Ko . 126° 16´·23E.Kogunsan Kundo . 34° 42´·59N. ÉÊÉ. 126° 13´·04E. centred on: 34° 30´ 59·4"N. 126° 16´·25E. (shore) Chart 3365 (INT 5252) [ previous update 5517/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert submarine power cable. (shore) 34° 42´·04N. showing amendments to depths. 126° 16´·28E.4s7m8M ¶ Fl. 2010/11. (shore) 34° 21´·08N. Buoy..Chungsan Do to Hwawon Bando. 34° 42´·05N. joining: 34° 42´·05N. M.4s7m8M 35° 43´·48N. Source: Japanese Notice 2/45/11 Chart JP 1127A [ previous update 3882/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block A. 126° 12´·43E.. Changjuk Sudo and Pogilto .. 417 KOREA .Submarine power cable.. 34° 42´·17N. 126° 15´·82E..South Coast . ÉÊÉ. 4283. showing amendments to depths.R.. 126° 31´·85E. 126° 12´·07E... 126° 28´·54E. 4283. 133° 44´ 11·3"E.II 406 JAPAN . 34° 42´·47N. M. 126° 15´·82E. 126° 30´·61E. ÉÊÉ..

6s14m9M Amend light to. M. 131° 53´·72E.8.East Coast . centred on: 43° 06´·56N.Jetties.6s8M 35° 33´·7N. Coastline.Bukhta Zolotoy Rog .. showing new jetties and bridges and amendments to coastline.Kalimantan .Lights. 35° 37´·0N. 127° 43´·0E. 111° 18´·71E. adjacent to: 34° 44´·67N.Dumido Northwards and Geumo Yeoldo .Wreck. Light List Vol. (a) above 35° 57´·1N. Fog signal. 34° 29´·73N. 127° 43´·00E.R.Middle Bank Southwards ..6s9M & Fl(2)R. 4396.Sungai Martapura . 396 MALAYSIA . Source: Korean Notices 1/12/11 & 1/14/11 Chart 127 [ previous update 231/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert depth 107 and extend 20m contour E to enclose 34° 29´·7N.Kuala Rajang .South Coast . 114° 34´·09E. Source: ENC ID5017R1 Note: Former Notice 4572(P)/09 is cancelled.Depths. Bridges.. 4397. 491 RUSSIA .29 ..5s13m5M fog signal. 2010/11.Vladivostok . Fl.G.Sungai Barito . Chart 3015 (plan B. Buoy.. Banjarmasin) [ previous update 6339/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert the accompanying block. 4403.. Bridge under const (2011). Chart 3391 (INT 5360) [ previous update 246/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Ef depth 107 and extend 20m contour SE to enclose (a) depth 209 . Source: Sarawak Marine Department Notice 65/10 Chart 1948 [ previous update 1697/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert ´ 2° 06´·66N.Pacific Ocean Coast . Source: Russian Notice 3/253/11 & UKHO Chart 3044 [ previous update 6212/10 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM Insert legend. at light (a) ¶ Fl.Chongja Hang and Approaches to Kuryongp’ o Hang .9 Source: Korean Notices 52/806/10 & 1/6-7/11 Chart 3666 (INT 5251) [ previous update 231/11 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert ¶ Fl.5. 400 INDONESIA . 4397. 128° 10´·50E. (a) above Delete 459 KOREA .. 129° 27´·2E.II 419 KOREA .. 129° 27´·4E.R. Wk05/11 2. 129° 32´·7E.4..Sarawak . centred on: 3° 20´·41S. Horn (1) 20s.Legend.

Dredged areas. (existing limit) 32° 03´·335S. 32° 02´·960S. Beacons. rocks. Maintained depth 13·4m. 115° 43´·125E. legends and restricted area. Racon(K). 385 AUSTRALIA . aeronautical radiobeacon and legend. showing new legend and amendments to depths. lightbuoy and amendments to lights. 107° 20´·8E. Chart Aus 113 [ previous update 5622/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block A. 1022 ALRS Vol. 115° 43´·070E. 115° 43´·495E. 2010/11. centred on: legend to. centred on: limit of dredged area. dredged areas.. Habee .. 32° 03´·283S. beacons. 481 INDONESIA . 115° 43´·830E. Buoyage.. centred on: the accompanying block B.5. showing amendments to dredged areas and legends. K. 107° 20´·8E. 1761. 32° 03´·320S. Lights. 32° 03´·275S. 139° 26´·5E. at light-beacon 3° 02´·8S. at light 3° 02´·8S. K. 3340 Source: Indonesian Notice 51/483/10 Note: Radar beacon remains unchanged Chart 3528 [ previous update 3338/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Amend light to. showing new light-beacons. Chart Aus 112 [ previous update 5931/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block A..5. Racon(K)..Kasenga .51. Light List Vol. 2010/11. 2010/11.Selat Baur . Rocks.Light-beacons. Chart 2873 [ previous update 6653/09 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete radar beacon. Aeronautical radiobeacon.II 420 INDONESIA . Legends.30 Wk05/11 . 32° 03´·22S. 2010/11: 86360 (3/11) Source: Indonesian Hydrographic Office Chart 2137 [ previous update 6653/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Delete radar beacon.P. 1762. pecked line. 2.Radar beacon.. 1762. K. Leading lights.Western Australia . 115° 44´·810E.. 115° 43´·36E. Amend Delete legend. (existing limit) 32° 03´·380S. joining: 2. 115° 44´·658E.. centred on: 15m contour. 1761 Source: Australian Notices 25/1169-1170/10 Note: Former Notice 6089(P)/10 is cancelled. Maintained depth 14·7m.4s35m24M 8° 14´·5S.Rottnest Island North-eastwards and Fremantle Inner Harbour . joining: 32° 02´·532S.4.Approaches to Fremantle ... 115° 33´·16E. Fl. Light List Vol. Depths. Restricted area...Papua . 115° 43´·265E.Light. showing amendments to dredged areas and legend. 32° 03´·425S. 1762.. leading lights. centred on: 31° 59´·58S. Light List Vol. 115° 43´·482E.Java Sea . centred on: the accompanying block B.

115° 43´·50E. 19° 45´·2S. 2799. joining: 32° 03´·29S. 2800. Beacons. 13·6m. 13·2m. 32° 03´·02S. centred on: 30° 49´·42S.6. adjacent to: (a) 19° 41´·3S. centred on: 401 AUSTRALIA . (existing limit) (a)-(b) above 32° 03´·33S.New South Wales . (shore) and 32° 03´·29S.Depths..Îles Belep .31 ..Approaches to Fremantle . Lights. 163° 38´·6E. Leading line.. Legend. 115° 44´·54E. Aeronautical radiobeacon. 115° 43´·74E.. Depths.Light-beacons. Source: French Notice 1/59/11 Chart 935 [ previous update 4286/10 ] IGN 1972 DATUM Insert Substitute Delete depth 99 enclosed by 10m contour depth 82 enclosed by 10m contour for depth 21 depth 92 enclosed by 10m approximate contour. close NE of: legend.Laggers Point to Scotts Head . Restricted area. 14·7m. Coastline. showing a new light. 2800. Rocks. centred on: limit of dredged area. Leading lights.Î.. 153° 02´·40E. 496 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN . 115° 44´·40E. Buoyage. 163° 33´·8E. (existing limit) 32° 03´·15S. Depths. 115° 43´·48E.. (existing limit) 32° 03´·38S. light.Rottnest Island North-eastwards and Fremantle Inner Harbour .Nouvelle-Calédonie .Lights. Light List Vol.1 Source: Australian Notice 25/1362/10 Chart Aus 811 [ previous update 3281/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block. (a) above Wk05/11 2. leading line and legend and amendments to depths. (continued) Chart Aus 117 [ previous update 5622/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Amend Delete legend to. pecked line. Rocks.. Legends. (a) (b) legend. Dredged areas.Western Australia . 2010/11. Art Westwards . coastline and rocks. 115° 43´·27E..II 385 AUSTRALIA .. K.

Source: Canadian Notice 12/3461/10 Chart 80 [ previous update 6003/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete fog signal. at light-buoy 48° 26´·83N. adjacent to: Chart 4507 (INT 507) [ previous update New Edition 27/01/2011 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete depth 26 and extend 200m contour SE to enclose depth 34.Depths.Fog signal. Chart 4945 [ previous update 4592/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert 48° 16´·75N. Chart 4951 [ previous update 6177/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete fog signal.British Columbia . 140° 07´·3E..Cape Flattery Westwards Wreck. 122° 42´·42W. Wk 138. at light-buoy 48° 26´·88N. GONG. (a) above Chart 764 [ previous update 5995/10 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert Delete depth 26 enclosed by 200m contour depth 566 and associated 1000m contour.Williamson Rocks .32 Wk05/11 ... 140° 07´·3E.. at light-buoy 48° 26´·82N.Wk 48° 16´·76N.. (a) above Chart 4052 (INT 52) [ previous update 2742/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete depth 26 enclosed by 200m contour 34. adjacent to: depth 1005. 140° 07´·3E. Gong. 453 CANADA .Ulithi Atoll North-eastwards .Approaches to Juan de Fuca Strait .Caroline Islands . 122° 42´·41W. 2. close SE of: (a) 10° 27´·6N..II 501 NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN .British Columbia . GONG. (a) above (a) above 447 CANADA . (a) 10° 27´·6N.. close SE of: (a) 10° 27´·6N. Source: US Notice 1/81002/11 Chart 763 [ previous update New Edition 30/12/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete depth 26 enclosed by 100m contour depth 566 and associated 1000m contour. adjacent to: (a) 10° 27´·6N. Chart 4950 [ previous update 160/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete fog signal. 122° 42´·41W. Source: Canadian Notices 12/3001/10 & 12/3602/10 Chart 4922 [ previous update 4592/10 ] NAD27 DATUM Insert 75. 125° 41´·39W.. 125° 41´·47W.Rosario Strait . (a) above .. 140° 07´·3E.

... 457 CANADA .British Columbia . 122° 05´·98W.3s 12° 01´·82S.06...4s18ft 38° 02´·68N.Landsea Terminal Wharf Lights. Light List Vol.33 .07..Buoy.Bahía Del Callao . 77° 10´·04W.Buoyage.. 117° 11´·13W. 123° 02´ 45·6"W. 122° 06´·10W. Chart 1853 (plan.Suisun Bay . 38° 02´·72N. 4297. Carquinez Strait) [ previous update 120/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert 38° 02´·68N...Approaches to Callao . Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNM 1/18773/11 Chart 897 [ previous update 4578/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert Gf 32° 43´·43N.. 4297.4s ¶ Fl. 498 PERU . 38° 02´·77N. Puerto Callao) [ previous update 5956/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert 12° 01´·818S. 2010/11. 5465. 477 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .08 Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNM 1/18657/11 Chart 590 [ previous update 120/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert ¶ 2Fl. G. 77° 10´·035W. Source: Peruvian Notice 12/102/10 Chart 1853 [ previous update 5956/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert GoY Fl. 32° 43´·61N. 38° 02´·75N.Neptune Bank South-eastwards .Vancouver Harbour . Light List Vol.No 2 Anchorage .West Coast . 4297.II 456 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 122° 06´·03W.California . 32° 43´·34N. 4297. 2010/11.. Chart 590 (plan. 122° 05´·98W. 122° 06´·15W.5 Source: Canadian Notice 12/3493/10 Chart 4963 [ previous update New Edition 20/01/2011 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute ã{F R for ã{ 49° 17´ 37·4"N.. 117° 10´·88W. Wk05/11 2.California .Light.North San Diego Bay .Harbor Island Eastwards . 122° 06´·15W. 117° 10´·74W. 38° 02´·77N.West Coast .05. G.3s GYo Fl.

. single firm line. 81° 06´·5W.Platforms..34 Wk05/11 .Los Organos South-westwards and Paita Northwards . 81° 19´·22W. 44° 22´·74W. wrecks and amendments to depths and wrecks. Source: Peruvian Notices 11/91-92/10 Chart 3092 [ previous update 5451/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert å Obstn ´ 4° 13´·1S.Approaches to Port de Gustavia . 44° 22´·74W. (existing jetty) 2° 33´·61S..Le Pain de Sucre North-westwards to Les Petits Saints North-eastwards . joining: 2° 33´·74S. Source: Peruvian Notice 12/101/10 Chart 3089 (plan G..Jetty. single firm line.. 402 2.Saint Barthélémy . 4° 25´·24S. showing new obstructions.Obstructions.Itaqui North-westwards ... Caleta Lobitos) [ previous update New Edition 23/09/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM Delete ¼{’LO1’ ¼{’MM’ ¼{’LO17’ 4° 24´·12S. (existing jetty) 2° 33´·61S. 500 PERU .Baía de São Marcos . 4° 59´·9S.Terminal da Ponta da Madeira Northwards . Source: French Notice 49/54/10 Chart 2079 (plan A... Wrecks. centred on: 17° 54´·08N.Punta Lobitos North-westwards . 62° 52´·04W. 81° 12´·9W. Itaqui) [ previous update 4394/10 ] CORREGO ALEGRE DATUM Insert jetty. 81° 18´·51W. Wreck.II 499 PERU .Caleta Lobitos . Port de Gustavia) [ previous update 5251/10 ] WGS84 DATUM Insert the accompanying block. 4° 24´·88S.Leeward Islands . Depths. Source: Brazilian Notice 59(P)/07 Chart 535 (plan A.Obstruction. 81° 20´·24W. 425 BRAZIL . 44° 22´·72W.North Coast . WEST INDIES .. Chart 535 [ previous update 4394/10 ] CORREGO ALEGRE DATUM Insert jetty. joining: 2° 33´·75S. 44° 22´·74W.

. 93° 34´·6W. 66° 43´·76W. for existing table. 88° 12´·5W. 452 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .Cayo Caribe Southwards .Gulf Gateway Deepwater Port West-southwestwards .II 435 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 27° 53´·7N. 85° 38´·5W..Channel depths. 93° 38´·6W.Obstructions... centred on: 30° 25´·5N. Chart 3148 [ previous update 310/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. 445 WEST INDIES .Alabama .R.Gulf of Mexico . Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 51/11389/10 Chart 3148 (plan.. 85° 46´·5W. 27° 54´·3N. 88° 35´·9W. Source: US Coast Guard District 7 LNM 50/25681/10 Chart 478 (plan G.. CHANNEL DEPTHS.Bahía de Tallaboa . Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11376/10 Chart 3150 [ previous update 80/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.Mississippi . centred on: 30° 06´·6N. Wk05/11 2. Bahía de Guayanilla and Bahía de Tallaboa) [ previous update 304/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Insert Gd Fl.Gulf of Mexico . Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 50/11340/10 Chart 3850 [ previous update 190/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert 3!+ Subm Buoy 27° 58´·5N. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Port St. 93° 34´·2W.Gulf of Mexico . for existing table.. Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11373/10 Chart 3841 [ previous update 79/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.35 ..Buoy.Mobile Bay . centred on: 30° 12´·8N.Puerto Rico .Pascagoula Harbor Channel depths. for existing table. 93° 38´·1W. 478 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . for existing table. St Andrew Bay) [ previous update 310/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.St Joseph and St Andrew Bays Channel depths..East Flower Bank .Texas .Gulf of Mexico . centred on: 30° 21´·9N. Joe). 27° 57´·1N. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Panama City Harbor). CHANNEL DEPTHS.Florida .6s ’2’ 17° 56´·92N. 436 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .

93° 57´·0W. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Pensacola Harbor and Bayou Chico Channels).II 493 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .. centred on: 29° 48´·9N.East Coast .Gulf of Mexico . centred on: 40° 09´·0N.Pennsylvania and New Jersey .. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 51/12314/10 Chart 2605 (Panel 3) [ previous update 5144/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.Gulf of Mexico .. 75° 10´·2W.Pensacola Bay and Approaches Channel depths.. 75° 11´·7W. for existing table. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Delaware River). 87° 18´·4W. centred on: the accompanying table. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Sabine Pass and Sabine . Sabine-Neches Canal and Neches River .Channel depths. 494 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 87° 18´·7W. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Sabine Pass)..Schuylkill River and Delaware River . Chart 3192 (Panel C) [ previous update 5980/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. for existing table. 2. 74° 51´·0W.. centred on: 39° 51´·0N. for existing table. Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 01/11383/11 Chart 3149 (plan.Florida . 93° 52´·7W. for existing table. for existing table..Delaware River . centred on: the accompanying table. 29° 47´·4N. 39° 52´·0N.. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 51/12313/10 & 51/12312/10 Chart 2604 (Panel 1) [ previous update 93/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.Pennsylvania and New Jersey .Neches Canal).East Coast . 427 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11332/10 Chart 3192 (Panel B) [ previous update 5980/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. centred on: the accompanying table. 30° 21´·6N. 93° 52´·7W.Sabine Pass. 392 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . CHANNEL DEPTHS (Neches River). CHANNEL DEPTHS (Pensacola Harbor Entrance Channel). Pensacola Bay) [ previous update 6306/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. for existing table. CHANNEL DEPTHS. centred on: 30° 23´·8N. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Schuylkill River). for existing table.Louisiana and Texas .Channel depths. centred on: 29° 56´·2N.36 Wk05/11 .Channel depths. for existing table.

(shore) (a) above Wk05/11 2. 432 CANADA .. 2010/11. Chart 4734 [ previous update 370/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute 46° 46´·5N. single firm line. Source: Canadian Notices 12/4016/10 & 12/4017/10 Chart 2666 [ previous update 4679/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Substitute è TOWER (Red Lts) (390) for è LORAN TOWER (Red Lts) (390) 46° 46´·5N. 53° 10´·3W.Nova Scotia . Chart 4404 (INT 404) [ previous update 5128/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Substitute Ñ for Î Loran Ñ R Lts (1280) for Î R Lts Loran (1280) Ñ R Lts (1280) for Î R Lts Loran (1280) 46° 46´·5N. Light List Vol. H.Cape Race North-westwards Landmark.Beaver Harbour .New Brunswick . Chart 4733 [ previous update 2064/09 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute 46° 46´·5N. 4113 Source: Canadian Notice 12/4116/10 Chart 4749 [ previous update 3546/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert ã{ Fl G breakwater. H. joining: (a) 45° 04´·13N. 53° 10´·4W. 64° 04´·11W... 53° 10´·5W.Light. Breakwater.Avalon Peninsula .Newfoundland and Labrador .. 66° 44´·24W.Bay of Fundy .Light.4 Source: Canadian Notice 12/4406/10 Chart 4770 [ previous update 5759/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete ã{Fl 46° 09´·94N.37 ..Little Shemogue Harbour .. 45° 04´·07N. 1319. 53° 10´·4W. 2010/11.. Light List Vol.Gulf of Saint Lawrence . 433 CANADA .II 431 CANADA . 66° 44´·30W.

II 434 CANADA . Ocean Terminals) [ previous update 3584/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete 44° 37´ 33·6"N. 61° 44´·9W. Light List Vol. centred on: 32° 06´·0N.Channel depths. LFl 45° 39´·5N. CHANNEL DEPTHS. 438 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . Source: NOS Chart 2810 [ previous update 142/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. 1232 Source: Canadian Notices 12/4023/10 &12/4462/10 Chart 4757 [ previous update 3548/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Amend light to. H. 3615 Source: Canadian Notices 12/4202/10 & 12/4203/10 Chart 4753 (INT 4632) [ previous update 2011/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete ã{2 F(Hor) ã{2 Lts F ã{2 Lts F 44° 37´·56N.. Light List Vol. 81° 26´·9W.. 437 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .38 Wk05/11 .Pier/Môle C Lights. Chart 4754 (INT 4633) (plan. 63° 33´·59W. H.East Coast .Brunswick and Approaches Channel depths. CHANNEL DEPTHS. 63° 33´ 35·4"W. Chart 4754 (INT 4633) [ previous update 3584/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete 44° 37´ 33·6"N.Light. 2010/11.St George’s Bay .Pleasant Shoal Northwards .Georgia . 61° 44´·84W. Source: NOS Chart 2807 (plan. 2010/11. LFl 45° 39´·46N.Savannah River .. Chart 4765 [ previous update 4217/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Amend light to.Georgia and South Carolina ..Pomquet I .. 81° 08´·6W. 63° 33´ 35·4"W.Ocean Terminals . for existing table.. 446 CANADA .East Coast .Halifax Harbour .Nova Scotia . Continuation to Port Wentworth) [ previous update 154/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. 2.Nova Scotia .. centred on: 31° 03´·0N. for existing table.

Île St-Charles Southeastwards .Pont de Québec Southwards . 63° 17´·78W. 71° 17´ 03·50"W.Sainte-Foy .Nova Scotia . adjacent to: (a) (b) 50° 11´·16N.Nova Scotia . centred on: 46° 44´ 28·00"N. centred on: the accompanying note.Gulf of Saint Lawrence . for existing note.Archipel de Mingan ..Détroit de Jacques-Cartier . Chart 4787 [ previous update 5873/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert symbol.. Voir/See note VERGLAS/ICE. Source: Canadian Notice 12/4117/10 Chart 4750 [ previous update New Edition 29/10/2009 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying note. adjacent to: depth 98 . (a) above (b) above 454 CANADA . 460 CANADA . Wk05/11 2. for existing note..Saint Lawrence River . Source: Canadian Notices 12/1315-1316/10 Chart 4786 (panel. (a) above (b) above (a) (b) 50° 11´·16N.Cautionary notes. 455 CANADA . CAUTION No 2. 71° 17´·10W.. adjacent to: Chart 4774 [ previous update 4643/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert Delete depth 53 and extend 11m contour S to enclose depth 6 and extend 11m contour W to enclose depth 67 . 46° 44´ 26·50"N.Saint John Harbour . 71° 17´ 10·00"W. 66° 06´ 14·7"W. ATTENTION centred on: no 2. Source: Canadian Notice 12/4011/10 Chart 4746 [ previous update 2642/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert ^ PA 44° 35´·02N.II 448 CANADA . 45° 16´ 16·6"N.. 45° 16´ 16·6"N. orientated NW/SE. 50° 11´·12N.Vertical clearance.. Continuation A) [ previous update 172/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert symbol. 63° 17´·78W.Depths. 50° 11´·12N.Wreck. 63° 16´·88W.39 . vertical clearance *35m 46° 44´·32N.. vertical clearance *35m legend...New Brunswick . Source: Canadian Notices 12/4025-4026/10 Chart 4767 [ previous update 6533/08 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert Delete depth 53 and extend 11m contour SE to enclose depth 6 and extend 11m contour SW to enclose depth 67 .Grand Manan Island . adjacent to: depth 98 .Southwest Hd West-south-westwards . 66° 05´ 23·2"W. Legend. 63° 16´·88W. 67° 08´·28W..

70° 56´·5W. 70° 56´·5W.’B’ ¶ Fl.. Chart 2670 [ previous update 245/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert Delete 39° 23´·9N.East Coast .Approaches to New York .4s. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Craighill Entrance to Tolchester Channel). Chart 2850 [ previous update 214/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. Source: US Notice 2/12300/11 Chart 2492 [ previous update 245/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert Delete Pf Fl(4)Y. centred on: 39° 09´·6N.8.4s.. 76° 34´·96W. 70° 35´·5W. Chart 4403 (INT 403) [ previous update 5128/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM Insert 39° 23´·9N. 70° 56´·5W. 39° 15´·52N..40 Wk05/11 . for existing table. 2287.’D’ ¶ Fl.4s.Chesapeake Bay ..East Coast .20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Gp Fl(4)Y. 2.. 36ft (2010). 2287. centred on: dredged depth to.. centred on: 39° 15´·13N.Baltimore Harbor and Approaches .. 39° 15´·16N. 76° 35´·11W. 2287.Lights. Substitute Amend 39° 16´·4N. 2287.86.Ferry Bar Channel Southwards and South Locust Point Marine Terminal Southwards and South-eastwards . 39° 29´·1N. 70° 56´·5W. 76° 35´·52W.Block Canyon South-eastwards Data buoys. 76° 35´·88W. 76° 14´·5W. 39° 15´·22N.Maryland . CHANNEL DEPTHS (Brewerton Angle to West Channel Turning Basin). Baltimore Harbor) [ previous update 214/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Insert ¶ Fl.20s ODAS 44402 39° 23´·9N..’A’ ¶ Fl. Chart 2860 [ previous update 119/11 ] NAD27 DATUM Insert Delete 39° 23´·9N.20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Pf Fl(4)Y. 39° 15´·23N.82.. 39° 29´·0N. 2010/11. 39° 15´·65N.. 480 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .4s. for existing table. Light List Vol.84.88 Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 50/12278/10...II 479 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 39° 15´·23N. 76° 29´·3W. 76° 35´·53W. 2287.4s.20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Pf Fl(4)Y.. 76° 35´·32W. 70° 35´·5W.20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Pf Fl(4)Y.’C’ ¶ Fl.20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Gp Fl(4)Y. Channel depths. 76° 34´·86W.’E’ the accompanying table.. Dredged depths.. 50/12281/10 & NOS Chart 2850 (plan.. 39° 28´·9N. J. 70° 35´·5W.20s ODAS ‘44402‘ Gp Fl(4)Y.

East Coast . 78° 01´·4W. 76° 45´·0W...41 .. 76° 08´·8W.East Coast . for existing table.Virginia . Chart 2919 [ previous update 171/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. centred on: 34° 15´·9N. 490 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 55° 42´·9W.II 484 CANADA .Channel depths..Lynnhaven Roads and Chesapeake Bay Entrance .Cape Fear River and Wilmington Southwards . centred on: 36° 54´·7N. CHANNEL DEPTHS (Norfolk Harbor and Newport News). 76° 09´·5W. 489 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . centred on: 33° 59´·8N... Chart 3688 (plan A. Continuation to Wilmington) [ previous update 155/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Delete depth 4 enclosed by 6ft contour 34° 10´·84N. for existing table. Wk05/11 2. CHANNEL DEPTHS. 487 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .Belle Isle North-north-westwards . 488 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . Depth. centred on: 36° 51´·9N. CHANNEL DEPTHS.Morehead City .East Coast . CHANNEL DEPTHS.North Carolina .Chesapeake Bay .Channel depths.Cape St Lewis Landmark. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/12221/11 Chart 2829 [ previous update 4515/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. for existing table. centred on: 36° 55´·2N. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/12245/11 Chart 2813 [ previous update 6185/10 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. Source: Canadian Notice 12/4001/10 Chart 324 [ previous update 5143/09 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM Substitute èTr (W Lt)(239) for èRadio Tr (W Lt)(239) 52° 22´·7N. for existing table. CHANNEL DEPTHS.Virginia .Hampton Roads and Newport News Channel depths.East Coast .. 76° 22´·2W. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/11547/11 Chart 3686 [ previous update 322/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table. 77° 57´·54W. Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 02/11537/11 Chart 3688 [ previous update 155/11 ] NAD83 DATUM Substitute the accompanying table.Newfoundland and Labrador . for existing table.North Carolina .Channel depths.

2241 .Obstruction. has been temporarily established centred on the above position. 24° 31´·85E. An anchoring prohibited area.II 462(T)/11 ESTONIA . Source: Estonian Notice 1/10(T)/11 1.Tallinn ..Naissaar Southwards . Restricted area. 2. (WGS84 Datum). Charts affected . radius 0·1M.2248 2. An underwater obstruction exists in position 59° 30´·65N.42 Wk05/11 .

54° 02´·71N. Q. 6° 37´·29E. 54° 07´·48N. 5° 11´·49E. 51° 21´·49N. 1633 1635. 53° 14´·61N. 54° 01´·64N. Measuring instruments have been established temporarily in the positions shown below. 1633 1635. 1633 1635. 1633 1635. 6° 37´·42E. 1633 1635. 53° 29´·09N. 52° 28´·09N. 5° 39´·57E. 2. 1633 1635. 6° 36´·27E. 6° 28´·80E. Fl. 1633 Wk05/11 2. 4° 59´·73E. 7° 49´·11E. They are marked by either yellow buoys or yellow light-buoys. 1633 1635. 5° 06´·13E. Only the largest scale Admiralty chart is quoted. 1633 1635. 6° 36´·36E.II 440(T)/11 NORTH SEA . 6° 33´·60E. 1633 1635. 6° 29´·50E.43 . 1633 1635. 6° 36´·49E. 1633 1635.Y. This list will be updated as necessary by Temporary Notices to Mariners. 5° 37´·42E. 3° 18´·40E. 6° 39´·67E. 3° 41´·18E. 5° 28´·64E. 1633 1635. 51° 44´·60N. 54° 03´·44N. and will be on station until further notice. 53° 29´·09N. 6° 36´·36E. 6° 28´·96E. * 51° 26´·83N. Longitude 6° 26´·45E.15s or lit cardinal buoys. 54° 00´·43N. 1633 1635. 6° 37´·31E. 6° 39´·67E. 6° 13´·80E.Netherlands Sector and German Sector . 51° 26´·50N. 1633 1635. 54° 00´·86N. 1633 1635. 54° 02´·00N. 53° 59´·94N. 53° 57´·29N. 1633 1635. 54° 03´·59N. 54° 03´·68N.20s. 53° 44´·19N. 6° 36´·36E. 54° 02´·30N. 6° 37´·17E. 4° 32´·33E. 6° 36´·35E. 6° 28´·80E. 3° 55´·05E. 3° 44´·70E. 53° 58´·53N. Largest Scale Chart(s) 1635. 1633 1635. 6° 20´·90E. 53° 19´·28N. 6° 29´·82E. 53° 59´·17N. 54° 05´·34N. 1633 1635. 53° 44´·15N. 53° 54´·37N. 6° 33´·77E.Y. 54° 03´·47N. 53° 58´·12N. 53° 57´·82N. Largest Scale Chart(s) 120 120 120 120 120 124 110 110 112 112 112 1875 1633 1633 1633 1633 1635. 1633 1635. 6° 13´·80E. Buoyage. 6° 39´·67E. Fl(3)Y. 1633 1635. 53° 59´·68N. Latitude 54° 01´·33N. 53° 32´·51N. 51° 44´·63N.Measuring instruments. 54° 13´·16N. 1633 1635. 53° 19´·37N. 6° 13´·80E. 53° 45´·12N. 6° 28´·80E. 53° 56´·73N. 53° 45´·09N. 51° 22´·52N. Source: Netherlands and German Hydrographic Offices 1. 3° 18´·37E. 6° 28´·36E. 1633 1635. 1633 1635. 6° 33´·60E. 53° 57´·91N. 1633 Longitude 3° 33´·46E. 1633 1635. 53° 31´·85N.4s. Latitude * 51° 26´·80N. 1633 1635. 1633 1635. 3° 33´·50E. 54° 04´·60N. Fl(5)Y. 5° 34´·35E.

54° 26´·90N. 1423 1422. 53° 43´·97N. 1423 1422. 54° 40´·86N. 54° 35´·42N. 6° 58´·68E. 5° 31´·10E. 54° 22´·90N. 5° 35´·00E. 5° 19´·92E. 55° 02´·88N. 6° 44´·10E. 6° 43´·58E.II 440(T)/11 3. 55° 08´·04N. 54° 03´·40N. 5° 13´·06E. 7° 13´·65E. 7° 47´·91E. 6° 37´·94E. 1423 1422. 55° 05´·60N. 55° 02´·50N. 54° 17´·62N. 8° 22´·77E. 53° 34´·25N. 6° 53´·00E.44 Wk05/11 . Latitude 54° 17´·52N. 53° 30´·38N. 1423 1422. 54° 15´·31N. 5° 24´·92E. 53° 30´·32N. 54° 23´·19N. 6° 31´·31E. 5° 05´·84E. Longitude 6° 59´·12E. 55° 05´·80N. 6° 53´·15E. 6° 58´·68E. 7° 28´·90E. 1423 1422. Latitude 53° 19´·33N. 7° 55´·53E. 5° 26´·00E. 6° 19´·38E. 53° 37´·20N. 53° 30´·37N. 53° 29´·28N. 5° 06´·77E. 7° 22´·03E. 6° 17´·38E.Netherlands Sector and German Sector . 7° 13´·65E. 5° 09´·40E. 54° 04´·47N. 55° 12´·46N. 55° 02´·50N. 55° 01´·96N. 54° 01´·29N. 7° 26´·10E. 6° 44´·10E. 6° 22´·12E. 1423 1422. 53° 34´·31N. 55° 10´·27N. 55° 01´·30N. Largest Scale Chart(s) 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 1635 3631 3631 3631 3631 3631 3631 3631 3631 NORTH SEA . Largest Scale Chart(s) 3632 3767 3767 3767 3767 3767 3766 267 267 267 267 1422. 6° 37´·95E. 7° 13´·65E. 7° 37´·40E. 6° 52´·92E. (continued) 2. 53° 59´·26N. 54° 00´·60N.Measuring instruments. 5° 20´·00E. 54° 03´·96N. Buoyage. 5° 24´·20E. 4. 1423 Longitude 6° 14´·78E. 53° 37´·22N. 6° 44´·10E. 53° 44´·72N. 55° 08´·85N. 53° 43´·63N. 55° 05´·80N.

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440(T)/11 5. Latitude * 54° 25´·02N. 54° 40´·19N. 54° 40´·26N. 54° 40´·19N. 54° 59´·45N. 54° 59´·80N. 54° 58´·00N. 54° 30´·67N. 54° 30´·74N. 54° 30´·67N. 54° 19´·43N. 54° 19´·50N. 54° 19´·43N. 54° 19´·56N. 54° 19´·92N. 54° 18´·09N. 54° 20´·77N. 54° 34´·40N. 54° 34´·47N. 54° 34´·40N. 6. Latitude Longitude Largest Scale Chart(s) 54° 30´·19N. 6° 14´·83E. 1423 54° 31´·39N. 6° 17´·97E. 1423 6° 20´·46E. 1423 54° 30´·82N. 54° 32´·65N. 6° 21´·16E. 1423 6° 21´·49E. 1423 54° 58´·75N. 54° 58´·67N. 6° 21´·56E. 1423 54° 58´·82N. 6° 21´·67E. 1423 54° 58´·68N. 6° 21´·79E. 1423 54° 29´·20N. 6° 22´·60E. 1423 54° 31´·40N. 6° 23´·20E. 1423 54° 47´·72N. 6° 23´·67E. 1423 54° 47´·80N. 6° 23´·67E. 1423 54° 47´·70N. 6° 23´·84E. 1423 54° 47´·82N. 6° 23´·84E. 1423 54° 25´·61N. 6° 24´·41E. 1423 54° 25´·69N. 6° 24´·41E. 1423 54° 25´·59N. 6° 24´·59E. 1423 6° 24´·59E. 1423 54° 25´·71N. 54° 23´·12N. 6° 52´·52E. 1423 54° 23´·20N. 6° 52´·52E. 1423 54° 23´·10N. 6° 52´·70E. 1423 54° 23´·22N. 6° 52´·70E. 1423 54° 30´·40N. 7° 23´·70E. 1423 * Indicates new or revised entry. (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum). 7. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in these areas. 8. Former Notice 6288(T)/10 is cancelled. Charts affected - 110 (INT 1473) - 112 - 120 (INT 1479) - 124 (INT 1471) - 267 - 1422 (INT 1044) - 1423 (INT 1045) - 1633 (INT 1417) - 1635 (INT 1413) - 1875 - 3631 (INT 1461) - 3632 (INT 1462) - 3766 (INT 1411) - 3767 (INT 1412) Longitude 4° 02´·79E. 5° 10´·60E. 5° 10´·66E. 5° 10´·74E. 5° 27´·28E. 5° 31´·00E. 5° 34´·91E. 5° 49´·21E. 5° 49´·27E. 5° 49´·35E. 5° 55´·18E. 5° 55´·25E. 5° 55´·33E. 6° 01´·68E. 6° 02´·66E. 6° 03´·33E. 6° 05´·01E. 6° 06´·74E. 6° 06´·80E. 6° 06´·88E. Largest Scale Chart(s) 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 1423 NORTH SEA - Netherlands Sector and German Sector - Measuring instruments. Buoyage. (continued)

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443(T)/11 ITALY - East Coast - Rimini North-eastwards - Measuring instruments.

Source: Italian Notice 24/Section C/T52001/10 1. Submerged measuring stations have been established, until 15 July 2011, in the following positions (WGS84 Datum): 44° 08´·072N., 12° 45´·387E. 44° 05´·942N., 12° 50´·693E. Chart affected - 1467

428(P)/11

- SAUDI ARABIA - East Coast - Approaches to Ad Dammam (Mõna’ al Malik ’Abd al ’Azõz) Dredging areas. Works. Buoyage.

Source: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ports Authority 1. * Dredging works to deepen the Ad Dammam Approach Channel (26° 37´·00N., 50° 14´·50E.) and part of the West Basin (26° 30´·30N., 50° 11´·65E.) are in progress until further notice. 2. * Buoyage will be moved while dredging works are in progress and the width of the channel will be temporarily reduced. 3. Mariners should contact ’Dammam Port Control’ on Channel 16 for further instructions before entering the channel. 4. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution and to obey signals exhibited by the dredgers. 5. Charts will be updated when the works are complete. * Indicates new or revised entry. (All positions are referred WGS84 Datum) 6. Former Notice 3027(P)/07 is cancelled. Charts affected - 3777 (INT 7266) - 3788 - 3790 (INT 7252) - 3812 (INT 7268)

439(T)/11

CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Shanghai North-eastwards - Buoyage. Automatic Identification Systems.

Source: Chinese Notices 52/2304(T) & 2305(T)/10 1. Isolated danger buoys with Automatic Identification Systems (AIS), have been established until further notice in the following positions: 32° 56´·5N., 122° 33´·6E. 32° 46´·1N., 122° 36´·4E. (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum). Chart affected - 3480

441(T)/11

CHINA - South Coast - Zhenyantou South-south-eastwards - Platform.

Source: Chinese Notice 49/2214(T)/10 1. The drilling platform, Songjia Make, has been established in position 21° 39´·80N., 115° 27´·20E. (WGS84 Datum) until 25 December 2011. Charts affected - 1962 - 1968 - 3489 (INT 553)

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442(T)/11 CHINA - East Coast - Dongtou Yang - Luxi Dao Eastwards - Buoyage. Automatic Identification System.

Source: Chinese Notices 52/2281 & 2319(T)/10 1. Emergency wreck marking light-buoys, Al.Fl.BuY.3s, have been established in the following positions: No 1 No 2 27° 59´·68N., 121° 17´·77E. 27° 59´·83N., 121° 17´·62E.

2. An isolated danger buoy with Automatic Identification System (AIS) has been established until further notice in position 27° 59´·76N., 121° 17´·70E. (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum) Charts affected - 1721 - 1759

464(T)/11

CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Nancao Shuidao Eastwards - Works.

Source: Chinese Notice 52/2307(T)/10 1. A construction operating area has been established, until 31 March 2011, radius 500m, centred on position 31° 02´·25N., 122° 27´·67E. (WGS84 Datum). 2. Vessels should keep at least 500m away from the operating area. Charts affected - 1124 - 1602

465(T)/11

CHINA - East Coast - Zhujiajian Dao South-eastwards - Shangpan Jiao Eastwards - Buoy. Automatic Identification System.

Source: Chinese Notice 52/2316(T)/10 1. An isolated danger buoy with Automatic Identification System (AIS) has been established, until further notice in position 29° 50´·69N., 122° 27´·46E. (Beijing 1954 Datum). Chart affected - 1126

407(T)/11

JAPAN - Honshu - North West Coast - Toyama - Toyama Fairway - Buoy.

Source: Japanese Notice 2/54(T)/11 1. The starboard lateral light-buoy in position 36° 46´·07N., 137° 13´·45E. (WGS84 Datum) has been removed until further notice. Chart affected - 1342

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Quay construction works are taking place... within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum): 34° 44´ 16"N. Source: Japanese Notice 2/59(T)/11 1.Funabashi Central Wharf South Quay . 137° 18´ 09"E..Chiba Ko .Tokyo Wan . 140° 53´·30E. 137° 18´ 11"E. (breakwater) 36° 55´·87N. until 13 March 2011..Honshu . 34° 44´ 03"N.South Coast .Keihin Ko . 140° 53´·05E. Dredging works are taking place.Atsumi Wan .East Coast . until 4 March 2011. Source: Japanese Notice 2/57(T)/11 1. (WGS84 Datum).Mikawa Ko . (breakwater) 36° 56´·07N. until 11 March 2011. 137° 18´ 14"E.JP 1061 .Honshu . 140° 53´·64E. in the vicinity of position 35° 40´·2N. (shore) 36° 55´·67N. Restricted area. within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum): 36° 55´·92N..Tokyo West Passage Eastwards ..48 Wk05/11 . until 7 March 2011. (WGS84 Datum).2959 409(T)/11 JAPAN .No 5 and 6 Wharf .Tokyo Wan . 139° 58´·8E. Source: Japanese Notice 2/58(T)/11 1..No 8 Quay Westwards Dredging area.Works.JP 1065 411(T)/11 JAPAN . 137° 18´ 21"E. Source: Japanese Notice 2/62(T)/11 1. Charts affected . Chart affected . (shore) 2.. 34° 44´ 16"N. 34° 44´ 04"N.Honshu .JP 1088 410(T)/11 JAPAN .II 408(T)/11 JAPAN . Chart affected .JP 1057B 2.South Coast .Section 4 .. Anchoring is prohibited in the above area.Dredging area. 137° 18´ 16"E.South Coast .Tokyo Ku .Katsunan Ku . 139° 47´·9E.Honshu .Onahama . Dredging works are taking place. 34° 44´ 03"N. 140° 53´·49E.. Harbour construction works are taking place.. Chart affected .Works. in the vicinity of position 35° 35´·2N.

132° 45´ 10·2"E.. 33° 56´ 26·9"N. 33° 56´ 23·2"N. Depths of 6·5m exist on and in the vicinity of a line joining the following positions: 33° 56´ 25·2"N. 34° 39´ 27"N. Dredging works are taking place... 34° 39´ 45"N..JP 1103 413(T)/11 JAPAN .Horie Wan Northwards . 135° 15´ 36"E. within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum): 34° 39´ 40"N. 132° 44´ 53·6"E. Source: Japanese Notice 2/65(T)/11 1. Source: Japanese Notice 2/63(T)/11 1. 135° 14´ 41"E.Kobe Ku . 132° 45´ 08·0"E. 135° 14´ 18"E. 135° 14´ 21"E. 132° 44´ 18·9"E. (shore) 34° 39´ 42"N. 135° 15´ 34"E.Kobe-Chuo Passage Westwards Dredging area. (shore) 2. 135° 14´ 32"E.. Charts affected .II 412(T)/11 JAPAN . 34° 39´ 04"N. until 25 March 2011. Former Notice 5506(T)/10 is cancelled. A depth of 3·5m exists in position 33° 56´ 32·3"N.. 2. 33° 56´ 29·0"N. 132° 44´ 36·6"E. 135° 14´ 16"E.JP 101A ..49 .Hanshin Ko . 34° 39´ 07"N.JP 1108 Wk05/11 2.Seto Naikai . Charts affected . 3. 132° 44´ 57·8"E. (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)...JP 1102 .Depths. Depths of 4·5m exist on and in the vicinity of a line joining the following positions: 33° 56´ 54·2"N... 34° 39´ 05"N.Seto Naikai ...

36° 57´·22N. 126° 43´·17E... Charts affected . 126° 49´·42E. 126° 51´·00E. 126° 48´·23E. 126° 40´·95E. 36° 58´·68N. 126° 41´·67E. 126° 42´·10E. 126° 49´·38E. 36° 58´·02N. 126° 49´·02E.Fairway... Mariners are advised that changes to the fairway and anchorages have taken place within P’yongt’aek and approaches.. 36° 59´·62N... 37° 07´·60N. 36° 59´·80N. 126° 39´·50E. 37° 00´·13N. 37° 03´·63N. 36° 57´·72N. 37° 02´·23N. 37° 00´·65N. 126° 36´·18E... Anchorage areas. and 37° 08´·63N.. 46/718/10 & 51/798/10 ˘ 1. 126° 48´·43E.P’yongt’aek Hang and Approaches .. 126° 43´·02E.. 126° 45´·05E. 126° 43´·72E. 126° 50´·15E. 4. 126° 45´·42E... Former Notice 6053(P)/10 is cancelled.... 126° 31´·68E. These and other changes will be included in the next New Edition of Chart 1271... 37° 05´·93N.. * * * * 3.. 36° 58´·27N.. 37° 00´·65N. 36° 57´·07N. 126° 50´·50E.. Source: Korean Notices 46/714-716/10. 36° 59´·02N.. * Indicates new or revised entry (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum). 37° 04´·05N.. 37° 00´·90N. 300m 300m 36° 57´·27N. 126° 48´·58E.West Coast . The fairway is now bounded by the following positions: * * * * * * 37° 07´·67N.. 36° 57´·12N. 37° 00´·53N. 126° 50´·75E. 36° 58´·85N. 126° 31´·22E... 126° 49´·33E. 37° 00´·05N. 126° 42´·27E.1271 2. 126° 35´·68E.. 36° 57´·85N.. 126° 50´·27E.. 126° 48´·78E.. 36° 56´·53N. Circular anchorage areas have been established.1270 (INT 5363) ... 5.. centred on the following positions: Radius Position 450m 36° 58´·28N. 37° 02´·00N. 36° 58´·35N. 126° 50´·55E. 126° 46´·27E. 126° 43´·72E. 126° 48´·73E. 37° 06´·45N. 36° 56´·95N. 36° 57´·12N.. Bangdo anchorage area is now bounded by the following positions: 37° 00´·13N. 126° 43´·42E. 126° 31´·77E... 126° 48´·40E. 37° 00´·35N. 126° 38´·95E.II 444(P)/11 ù KOREA .50 Wk05/11 . 6. 36° 56´·42N. 2. 126° 48´·10E. 126° 49´·03E. 36° 57´·25N. 126° 49´·02E. 36° 58´·15N.

has been established in position 37° 00´·15N.Western Channel .Pedras das Argolas Westwards and Eastwards . Source: Korean Notice 52/813(T)/10 1. 40° 20´·43W.NZ 5412 415(T)/11 BRAZIL . Special light-buoys. Source: New Zealand Notice 1/20(P)/11 1.Opuni Point East-northeastwards . This change will be included in the next New Edition of Chart NZ5412.1271 466(T)/11 KOREA .Buoyage. (WGS84 Datum). R Chart affected .Porto de Vitória . Fl. 176° 06´·05E.Buoy. 34° 52´·26N. 40° 20´·63W.Light-beacon.Kwangyang Hang .East Coast .8s No 27 Position 20° 19´·33S.Songgumi Ri East-north-eastwards .51 . RGR starboard-hand light-buoy. 20° 19´·47S.. have been temporarily established in the following positions (WGS84 Datum): Designation C D E Position 34° 52´·18N. Mariners are advised that a light.II 463(T)/11 ù ù KOREA .8s.P’Yongt’ Aek ...Tauranga .3390 (INT 5362) 416(P)/11 NEW ZEALAND . Source: Korean Notice 1/37(T)/11 1.. Chart affected . A special light-buoy.South Coast . Fl. 34° 52´·49N. 2.Fairway 3 and Myodo Sudo . 20° 19´·42S. has been established on the Rangiwaea ’B’ beacon in position 37° 38´·26S. (WGS84 Datum) until further notice.521 Characteristics Fl(3)R.Y.3s. 127° 45´·67E.15s No 23 Fl(3)R. Wk05/11 2. R preferred channel to port light-buoy.West Coast . Fl(4)Y.R. buoys have been established in the following positions (WGS84 Datum): Buoy starboard-hand light-buoy. Chart affected . Until May 2011.8s No 21 Fl(2+1)R.East Coast .Buoyage. Chart affected .... 127° 44´·17E. 127° 45´·38E. Source: Brazilian Notice 150(T)/10 1.Rio Santa Maria . 126° 42´·37E.4s. 40° 20´·02W.North Island ..

25 0.8 36.31 1.8 24.6 24.REPORT OF OCT 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL HARBOR RANGE FISHER CHANNEL DRAW CHANNEL DELAIR RANGE BRIDESBURG CHANNEL FRANKFORD CHANNEL TACONY CHANNEL TORRESDALE RANGE MUD ISLAND RANGE ENTERPRISE RANGE BEVERLY CHANNEL EDGEWATER CHANNEL DEVLIN CHANNEL LEHIGH CHANNEL CANAL CHANNEL BRISTOL RANGE KEYSTONE RANGE LANDRETH CHANNEL FLORENCE BEND FLORENCE RANGE ROEBLING RANGE KINKORA RANGE PENN CHANNEL NEWBOLD CHANNEL BLAKE CHANNEL WHITEHILL RANGE RARITAN CHANNEL BORDENTOWN RANGE DUCK ISLAND RANGE PERRIWIG CHANNEL BILES ISLAND CHANNEL COCHRAN CHANNEL MOON CHANNEL TRENTON CHANNEL SOUTH REACH NORTH REACH LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 37.65 1.8 41.21 0.4 19.3 15.2 35.7 34.8 38.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .03 0.9 38.8 33.03 0.37 1.2 22.9 A8.5 40.0 33.4 43.7 20.3 21.6 43.6 43. EXCEPT FOR 5FT ROCK LOCATED AT 40°12’25.7 43.3 38.0 44.7 10.To accompany Notice to Mariners 392/11 On Chart 2605 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) DELAWARE RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .31 0.66 0.7 36.61 1.6 21.1 38.4 40.3 40.3 38.0 43.17 1.4 14.1 41.58 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 12 12 A.8 16.2 39.1 39.3 39.1 37.1 28.6 24.1 27.2 47.9 35.1 41.4 40.2 15.9 40.74 0.39 0.5 45.5 41.7 34. MLLW MILES) (FEET) 0.0 38.4 18.6 36.2”W NOTE .39 1.7 36.7 27.4 36.1 32. 74°45’57.8 23.7 40.34 0.6 31.6 41.8 33.3 36.70 0.17 1.2 22.0 20.5 34.0 38.0 44.52 0.3 14.5 42.4 10.9 23.0 37.24 0.7 12.1 39.4 42.4 15.36 0.6 37.4 16.9 41.0 12.9 40.9-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 9-10 9-10 8-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 400 400 400 500 400 400 400 400 400 400 300 400 300 300 400 300 300 500 200 200-300 LENGTH DEPTH (NAUT.5 15.15 0.8 40.6 40.65 1.0 36.1 22.7 40.5 38.3 39.67 1.0 36.5 23.42 1.34 1.4 LEFT RIGHT RIGHT INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER 39.8 22.2 21.70 0.6 45.4 43.9 8.6 24.6 6.9 37.2 39.9 32.1 35.4 37.4 38.6 36.5 28.38 0.1 36.5 36.8 41.0 41.3 24.49 0.62 0.19 0.2 42.1 41.9 37.6 21.2 21.3 41.0 37.9”N.31 0.1 25.2 35.5 36.9 33.1 41.1 12.24 0.98 0.8 25.1 DATE OF SURVEY 1-10 1-10 1-10 1-10 2-10 2-10 5-10 5-10 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10 7-10 7-10 7-10 8-10 8.5 11.1 43.3 38.1 38.4 45.6 41.3 38.5 12.05 1.

4 43.3 40.9 41.0 41.3 39.3 43.6 35.5 39.4 43.1 38.1 40.7 41.95 2. HARBOR RANGE FISHER CHANNEL DRAW CHANNEL OUTSIDE QUARTER 38.74 0.3 33.To accompany Notice to Mariners 427/11 On Chart 2604 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) DELAWARE RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .9 35.7 41.83 1.8 43.00 0.6 30.4 40.3 39.6 43.0 37.15 2.31 0.6 45.17 2.0 39.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .2 39.0 40.5 37.0 44. TO ALLEGHENY AVE.70 0.0 39.REPORT OF OCT 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) LEFT LEFT INSIDE QUARTER RIGHT INSIDE QUARTER RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER DATE OF SURVEY PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) LENGTH (NAUT. MILES) DEPTH MLLW (FEET) NAME OF CHANNEL TINICUM RANGE BILLINGSPORT RANGE MIFFLIN RANGE EAGLE POINT RANGE (NAVY YARD) HORSESHOE BEND EAST HORSESHOE RANGE AND REACH M REACH M TO BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BRIDGE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BRIDGE TO CAMBRIA ST.0 37.9 41.6 38.7 37.8 42.1 34.5 36.7 44.42 0.2 37.8 22.4 38.03 1.9 36.74 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 NOTE . CAMBRIA ST.6 8-09 7-09 6-09 7-09 7-09 6-09 6-09 6-09 6-09 1-10 1-10 1-10 800 800 800 800 800-500 500-400 400 400 400 400 400 400 3.3 38.80 1.5 39.2 38.4 40.7 40.3 39.8 38.

7 29.1 16.09 0.4 28.3 21.0 8.7 30.0 31.6 17.3 14.5 16.8 12.7 29.1 16.2 29.6 23.4 34.8 26.5 14.4 30.12 0.4 26.06 0. ARCO BALLAST WHARF.9 DATE OF SURVEY 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 400 400 400 400 300 325 300 300 300 325 350 350 325 300 325 350 325 300 300 200 200 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 225 200 200 200 200 200 200 250 250 250 250 225 LENGTH DEPTH (NAUT.08 0.4 21.1 17.1 27.4 20.06 0.34 0.14 0.1 19.06 0.5 15.1 15.6 25.31 0.07 0.8 17.08 0.6 30.8 MIDDLE HALF OF CHANNEL 30.1 10.07 0.3 12.1 30.1 11.5 RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER 33.8 16.05 0.14 0.1 20.8 15.2 25.8 29.1 22.4 24.13 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 * TO UPPER END OF BERTH NO.0 12.5 15.1 29.09 0.6 14.21 0.2 30.05 0.4 14.32 0.9 24.4 26.4 13.1 26.SURVEYS TO SEP 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT SCHUYLKILL RIVER DATUM NAME OF CHANNEL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18* 18 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 29.5 26.2 27.4 30.09 0.1 24.6 35.9 21. (FEET) MILES) 0.10 0.7 11.3 29.4 14.07 0.08 0.0 17.To accompany Notice to Mariners 427/11 On Chart 2604 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) SCHUYLKILL RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .7 30.4 28.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .1 4.2 32.05 0.0 23.3 30.3 22.7 10.9 11.1 9.2 32.7 25.8 16.10 0.6 26.2 14.04 0.08 0.4 15.15 0.7 32.2 28.4 29.6 27.9 22.10 0.4 30.4 30.4 14.04 0.30 0.5 32.6 27.7 14.21 0.6 11.9 19.0 16. 1.8 29.6 13.7 11.3 21.2 32.1 28.2 17.6 28.2 29.26 0.4 28.11 0.1 28.8 4.31 0.06 0.1 19.4 29.1 8.3 32.31 0. NOTE .9 26.5 18.2 29.2 29.0 28.0 28.1 26.30 0.8 15.9 27.04 0.6 1.18 0.

SHOALING TO 39.5 11-10 350 4.5E 8-10 350F 2.2 44.5 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA. F.9 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.0 39. D.0 43. B.6 7-10 600 1.1 32. C. SHOALING TO 35.0 PASCAGOULA LOWER SOUND 38.1 34. E.2D 33.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 . NOTE . SHOALING TO 19.9 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.0 A. SHOALING TO 39.1C 34.2 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS LEFT MIDDLE RIGHT DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH NAME OF CHANNEL OUTSIDE HALF OF OUTSIDE DATE OF SURVEY MLLW (FEET) (MILES) QUARTER CHANNEL QUARTER (FEET) PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL 38. SHOALING TO 23.4G 35.6 41. SHOALING TO 24.0 PASCAGOULA RIVER 32.28 44.9A 42. PASCAGOULA RIVER PROJECT WIDTH VARIES AT SOUTH END OF TERMINAL C TO CSX RAILROAD.4 44.3 42.6 10-10 450 6.0 41.0 PASCAGOULA UPPER SOUND 32.3 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.63 38.0 HORN ISLAND PASS 42.6B 9-10 350 4.0 BAYOU CASOTTE 36.57 42.5 44.To accompany Notice to Mariners 435/11 On Chart 3841 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) HORN ISLAND PASS PASCAGOULA HARBOR AND BAYOU CASOTTE TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .8 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.5 10-10 350 4.021 38. G.

EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36. D.0L 39.3 1.2 3. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.1 13. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 39.8 11. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 38. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 3.3 0. K.5 45.1 38.6 1.3 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 47 45 45 45 40-45 40 40 40 25 25 27 27 27 40 40 40 40 12 A.0 34. F.1K 12.2I 14.3B 33.8 40.0 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT. G.3 39.3 0.0 37.0 39.5 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.8C 37.4 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT.9 40. C.6 IN BEND WIDENING AREA. NOTE .8 38.4 0. E.8 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.2H 19. J.8A 41. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 34. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 33.3 38.1 5. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.8 0.0D 38.1 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.0 45.2 MIDDLE RIGHT HALF OF OUTSIDE CHANNEL QUARTER 47.0M 9.3 15.0 IN BEND WIDENING AREA. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 4. H.4 0.9 IN BEND WIDENING AREA. SHOALING EXISTS AT NORTH END OF PROJECT BY COCHRAN BRIDGE.0 4.0 FEET AT THE NORTHEAST END OF PROJECT.4G 24. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 3.3G 21.3 DATE OF SURVEY 8.0 1.7 14.8 38.0 40.REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO OCT 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL MOBILE BAR CHANNEL MOBILE BAY: LOWER BAY (TO LIGHT 50) UPPER BAY UPPER BAY TURNING BASIN MOBILE RIVER: PINTO ISLAND REACH MOBILE CHANNEL MOBILE TURNING BASIN BLAKELEY ISLAND REACH ST.2 40.0 40.9 38.1 40.2 1.8 14.0 41. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 20.8 22.9 15.5 AT WESTERN END.7 38.0 40.0 34.To accompany Notice to Mariners 436/11 On Chart 3150 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) MOBILE BAY AND RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .1 42.9 45.8 1.4F 28.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .9-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 5-10 5-10 7-10 7-10 11-08 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-10 10-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 600 400 400-500 VARIES 700-775 600 740-1000 500-1000 500 250 150 150 600 400 300 300 1400 100 LENGTH (MILES) 8.7 0.9 28.4 4. M.0 5.8 45.8 40. LOUIS POINT REACH CHICKASAW CREEK CHANNEL ARLINGTON CHANNEL GARROWS BEND CHANNEL OCEAN TERMINAL TURNING BASIN THEODORE SHIP CHANNEL: BAY CUT ANCHORAGE AREA LAND CUT TURNING BASIN BARGE CHANNEL LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 43.7 1.8J 15. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 40.7G 18.4 0. L.7 IN BEND WIDENING AREA. I.0E 37. B.3 11.0 36.1 IN BEND WIDENING AREA.2 14.

THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 39.0 35.0 40. J. 100 FEET AND 39. AND 51.3 A. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF PLANTATION CREEK RANGE AND JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE LEAST DEPTHS WERE 44. B.0 35.To accompany Notice to Mariners 437/11 On Chart 2810 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) BRUNSWICK HARBOR TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .0 27. 081°29´59.5 37. 081°16´57. LOCATED 75 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE. SIMONS RANGE WIDENER LEAST DEPTH WAS 33.0 29.0 28.0 FEET.5´´N. H. E.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .0 FEET LOCATED 150 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE LEFT SIDE.0 37.5 FEET.0 28.0 36. C.REPORT OF OCT 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL ST SIMONS RANGE (A) PLANTATION CREEK RANGE (B) JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE (C) CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE (D) BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE TURTLE RIVER LOWER RANGE BLYTHE ISLAND RANGE TURTLE RIVER UPPER RANGE EAST RIVER (E) ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE (F) SECOND AVE TO MAYOR’S POINT SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER (G & H) LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER J35. (EXCEPT FOR THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN) NOTE .0 37. K. EXCEPT FOR A 35 FEET OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY OF JUL 2006 AT 31°04´15.0 37.0 1.FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS.7 1.5 37. THE ST. EXCEPT FOR A DANGEROUS WRECK LOCATED IN APPROXIMATE POSITION 31°08´49.0 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 500 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 400 400 400 9.5 FEET.0 37.5 LEFT INSIDE QUARTER J36. 39.2 1.0 FEET.0 39.9 1.0 FEET.0 K37.0 FEET ALONG THE DOCK AND 32.0 30.0 38.0 FEET 100 FEET FROM BACKSIDE. THE EAST RIVER ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE WIDENER LEAST DEPTHS WERE 25.7 1. F.0 36.5 29.8 1.0 37.0 FEET 600 FEET FROM BACKSIDE. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE AND CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS 37.5 37.5 27. DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMITS.0 37.0 FEET.0 29.0 33.0 37.0 37. 400 FEET FROM BOTH THE RIGHT AND LEFT SIDES.0 37.0 FEET 400 FEET FROM BACKSIDE AND 39.5 2.0 FEET.0 38.0 40.0 36. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE AND BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS 36.0 FEET ON THE RIGHT SIDE.0 38.4 2.4 1. D. G.3´´W. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER GPA DOCK LEAST DEPTHS WERE 34.0 38. LOCATED 400 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE LEFT SIDE.5 35.0 26. NOTE . LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT AND 37.0 PROJECT DIMENSIONS DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 38 36 36 36 36 36 30 30 37-41 36 36 RIGHT RIGHT DATE WIDTH LENGTH INSIDE OUTSIDE OF (FEET) (MILES) QUARTER QUARTER SURVEY 36.5 FEET.0 FEET LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE. AND 41.0 37. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 40. LOCATED 100 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT.8 1.0 35.0 34. LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE. LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.0 38.4´´W.8´´N.0 32.

0FT.5 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .0 44.0 10-10 500 1.7 42 MARSH ISLAND CHANNEL (C) 40.REPORT OF OCT 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT DEPTH DATE OF WIDTH LENGTH NAME OF CHANNEL OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE MLLW SURVEY (FEET) (MILES) QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER (FEET) TYBEE RANGE 43.0 43. 25.46´´W. C.5 47.0 43. NOTE .5 43.0 10-10 500 1.0 44.0 FT.0 10-10 600 3.0 FT.5 32.29´´N 81°05´58.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.5 29. PORT WENTWORTH TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 29. EXCEPT FOR A 41 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°05´00.0H 43.66 42-36 PORT WENTWORTH CHANNEL (F) 30.0 33.0 32. I. TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 44.5 45.5 43. 10-10 200 1.0 46.0 FT.0 42.33 30 A.7 FEET GREATER AT UPPER END OF HARBOR. ARGYLE ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 33.0 10-10 500 1. 25.0 42.89 42 L. NOTE : FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS.0I 10-10 500 2. MARSH ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 34.0 43. JACKSON RANGE 44.33 42 WRECKS CHANNEL (B) 40.0 44.0 43.REPORT OF NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL PANAMA CITY HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 35.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. I. EXCEPT FOR A 31 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°09´15.0 47.5 45.0 42. 40.0 12-94.5 10-10 500 1.0 43. NOTE : AT MEAN HIGH WATER.07´´W.52 42 UPPER FLATS RANGE 43.0 10-10 400 0.5 47.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.0 44. DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 75 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMITS.0 44.0 10-10 500 0.0J 29. OYSTER BED I.33 44 TYBEE KNOLL CUT RANGE 43.5 46.33 42 THE BIGHT CHANNEL 44.5 43.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 478/11 On Chart 3148 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) PANAMA CITY HARBOR TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .04´´N 81°09´11.5G 37.5 46.0 10-10 600 3. EXCEPT FOR A 39 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°05´18.5 42.29´´W.0 44.0 45.4 DATE OF SURVEY 8-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 450-300 LENGTH (MILES) 1.5 45.5 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 38-36 NOTE .3 MIDDLE HALF OF CHANNEL 36.0 10-10 500 1. E.0 43.0 FT.0 43.41 44 JONES ISLAND RANGE 42.5 10-10 500 1.0 42. 19.99´´W.0 40.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.5 45.0 42.0 29.0 43. CROSSING RANGE 41.0 42. H.0 42.45´´N 81°08´02.0 44.79 44 BLOODY POINT RANGE 43.0 10-10 500 1.84 42 NEW CHANNEL RANGE (A) 42.5 10-10 500 3.7 42 FT.0 44.03 42 LOWER FLATS RANGE 40. F. B.0 43.06´´N 81°05´27.5 45.0 RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER 34. DEPTHS ARE ABOUT 7 FEET GREATER AT LOWER END OF THE HARBOR AND 7. J.9 42 KINGS ISLAND CHANNEL (D) 38.0 10-10 500 1.5 45. FIG ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 38. KINGS ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 38.7 42 CITY FRONT CHANNEL 42. EXCEPT FOR A 38 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 32°07´27. 36.46 42 WHITEHALL CHANNEL (E) 29.0 38.0 10-10 600 1.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.To accompany Notice to Mariners 438/11 On Chart 2807 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) SAVANNAH RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS . D. G.5 10-10 500 2.76 42 OGLETHORPE RANGE 40.

JOE TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .0 39. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO BARE IN THE VICINITY OF 29°52’39.0 50.0 50.To accompany Notice to Mariners 478/11 On Chart 3148 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) PORT ST.54 1.SURVEYS TO AUG 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) * LEFT LEFT INSIDE QUARTER RIGHT INSIDE QUARTER RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 700 700-1460 700 600 400-1275 200 200-380 600-950 600-1068 LENGTH (MILES) 3.0 50. TURNING BASIN) WEST CHANNEL (INC.8 MIDDLE RIGHT HALF OF OUTSIDE CHANNEL QUARTER 34.0 31.7 1.9 31.2 31.10 4.2 24.0 49.0 43.0 50.0 19.6 20.0 39.6 47.0 49.8 22.35 1.0 50.6 23.0 36.0 50.6 45.0 35. JOE HARBOR RANGE A RANGE B RANGE C RANGE D TURNING BASIN HARBOR CHANNEL LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 30.4 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 37 37 37 35 32 35 A.8 0.2 31.0 30.TURNING BASIN) OUTSIDE QUARTER DATE OF SURVEY 6-10 1-09 3-10 11-09 11-09 8-08 8-08 2-10 2-10 49.0 36.0 49.4 23.0 49.0 38.4 22.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 479/11 On Chart 2850 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) BALTIMORE HARBOR TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .50 1.0 48.0 50.4 DATE OF SURVEY 6-10 6-10 6.0 35.7 1.0 * ALL DEPTHS REPORTED TO NEAREST FOOT.6 40.7-10 10-10 5-09 9-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 500 400 400 300 1000 250 LENGTH (MILES) 3.0 38.6”N 85°23’03”W NOTE .9 22.0 50.09 1.4 2.4 0.0 39. NOTE .9 32.6 22.0 33.0 50.REPORT OF NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL PORT ST.50 2.5A 20.25 0.2 18.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .0 50.1 30.4 45.38 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 50 50 50 42 50 35 22 49 40 NAME OF CHANNEL BREWERTON CHANNEL BREWERTON ANGLE FORT MCHENRY CHANNEL FERRY BAR CHANNEL EAST SECTION CURTIS BAY CHANNEL CURTIS CREEK LOWER REACH MIDDLE REACH NORTHWEST HARBOR EAST CHANNEL (INC.0 35.22 1.0 24.6 20.

0 8-10 700 2.To accompany Notice to Mariners 479/11 On Chart 2850 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) BALTIMORE HARBOR TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS . CHANNEL MAINTAINED TO 50 FEET.0 46. B.0 35.6 43. CHANNEL IS RESTRICTED TO EXCLUDE VESSELS AND TOWS DRAWING LESS THAN 25 FEET.0 4-09 700 3.0 35.6 10.0 35.88 50 CRAIGHILL CHANNEL UPPER RANGE 50.0 36.0 1-10 600 6.0 51.88 NM OVERLAPS WITH THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL CHANNEL.13 35 TOLCHESTER CHANNEL 31.79 50 CRAIGHILL CHANNEL 49.0 50.0 50.7 45.11.14 50 BREWERTON CHANNEL 49.3 4.00 50 CUTOFF ANGLE 50.24 50 CRAIGHILL ANGLE 44.2 50.0 51.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 487/11 On Chart 2829 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – SURVEYS TO DEC 2010 PROJECT DIMENSIONS LENGT DEPTH DATE OF WIDTH H MLLW NAME OF CHANNEL SURVEY (FEET) (NAUT. NOTE .0 35.0 3-09 700 3.0 35. PROJECT MAINTENANCE DISCONTINUED NOTE . (FEET) MILES) THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL (A) 48.0 6-09 450-600 10.87** 35 * ALL DEPTHS REPORTED TO NEAREST FOOT.SURVEYS TO AUG 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) * PROJECT DIMENSIONS RIGHT RIGHT LEFT LEFT DEPTH DATE OF WIDTH LENGTH OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE NAME OF CHANNEL MLLW SURVEY (FEET) (MILES) QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER (FEET) CRAIGHILL ENTRANCE 47.0 35.0 49.0 49.0 50.3 41.4 50.0 49.12-10 1000 4.0 6-09 600 3.0 6-10 700 3.0 47.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION RIGHT RIGHT LEFT LEFT OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) Wk05/11 . ** THE LAST 1.0 35.50 50 BREWERTON CHANNEL EASTERN EXTENSION 35.0 50.0 51.0 51.5.33 35 SWAN POINT CHANNEL 35.6 42.0 35.0 7-10 700-1870 1.0 55 NORTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32 SOUTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) 450 32 CAPE HENRY CHANNEL 44.0 45.0 48.0 3-09 700-1740 1.0 51.0 50.7-09 1000 13.0 48.0 50 A.

2 43.7 45 RANGE B 31.7 42.3 DATE OF SURVEY 4.3 43. B.6 9-10 455-880 0.4 10.1 11-10 450-650 6.3 9-10 775 0.5 35 NORTHWEST LEG 33.6 48.6 20.9 39.3 45 WEST LEG 31.2 9-10 120-1200 0.0 18.7 44.4 13.5 29.7 RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER 45.3 45 RANGE C 39.7-09 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) LENGTH (NAUT.9 38.0 38.6 11-10 600 0.1 38.3 49. NOTE . CHANNEL WIDTH MAINTAINED TO 800 FEET.5.6 11-10 400 1.SURVEYS TO DEC 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL THIMBLE SHOAL CHANNEL (A) NORTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) SOUTH AUXILIARY CHANNEL (B) CAPE HENRY CHANNEL YORK SPIT CHANNEL YORK RIVER ENTRANCE CHANNEL LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 48.6 45 EAST LEG 46.7 29.0 42.3 9-10 1888 0.1 41. CHANNEL MAINTAINED TO 50 FEET.0 4.3 35.8 55 32 32 50 50 37 A.11.6 38. PROJECT MAINTENANCE DISCONTINUED.0 37. C.1 35. CHANNEL IS RESTRICTED TO EXCLUDE VESSELS AND TOWS DRAWING LESS THAN 25 FEET.6 41.8 41.4 37.2 LEFT INSIDE QUARTER 50.6 47. MLLW SURVEY (FEET) QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER MILES) (FEET) RANGE A 13.5 35 NOTE .CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION.To accompany Notice to Mariners 487/11 On Chart 2919 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) THIMBLE SHOAL AND CHESAPEAKE BAY ENTRANCE TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .3 35.4 RIGHT INSIDE QUARTER 50.6 38.9 39.8 42.1 11.1 10.12-10 9-07 7-08 1000 450 450 1000 1000C 750 13. To accompany Notice to Mariners 488/11 On Chart 3686 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) MOREHEAD CITY HARBOR TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT LENGTH DEPTH DATE OF WIDTH NAME OF CHANNEL OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE (STAT.1 40.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 . MILES) DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 44.6 47 CUTOFF 48.9 37.2 35.

CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 490/11 On Chart 2813 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) NORFOLK HARBOR AND NEWPORT NEWS TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .0 28.8 40.1 0.0 20.5 33.0 32.7 0.0 21.7 26.2 36.2 37.7 42.1 1.8 2.1´´W.0 42.8 35.0 9.0 21.7 37.1 38.1 49.75 0.11.5 49.9 31.9 1.8 28. NOTE .7 39.9 41.4 43.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .8 42.7 43.8 35.9 42.3 44.0 39.2 36.8 39.0 26.5 39.9 38.8 32.6 2.4 42.6 39.0 43.8 41.4 43.6 31.4 42.7 52.0 9.0 9.4´´N 76°24´45.9 38.8 41.9 0. 51FT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED AT 36°57´12.3 38.5 32.2 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 50 55 55 NAME OF CHANNEL NORFOLK HARBOR ENTRANCE REACH NORFOLK HARBOR REACH NEWPORT NEWS CHANNEL OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER DATE OF SURVEY 4-07 10.3 38.0 29.0 29.8 1.3 33. MILES) 1.5 0.To accompany Notice to Mariners 489/11 On Chart 3688 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) CAPE FEAR RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS – REPORT OF NOV 2010 AND SURVEYS TO NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 3 BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 2 BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 1 SMITH ISLAND BALDHEAD CASWELL SOUTHPORT BATTERY ISLAND LOWER SWASH SNOWS MARSH HORSESHOE SHOAL REAVES POINT LOWER MIDNIGHT UPPER MIDNIGHT LOWER LILLIPUT UPPER LILLIPUT KEG ISLAND LOWER BIG ISLAND UPPER BIG ISLAND LOWER BRUNSWICK UPPER BRUNSWICK FOURTH EAST JETTY BETWEEN CHANNEL LOWER ANCHORAGE BASIN UPPER ANCHORAGE BASIN HWY 74-76 TO BATTLESHIP (A) BATTLESHIP TO HWY 133 INCLUDING TURNING BASIN (A) HWY 133 TO HILTON BRIDGE (A) THENCE TO TURNING BASIN AT 34°16´21´´N 77°57´04´´W (A) TURNING BASIN (A) THENCE TO END OF PROJECT AT 34°16´35´´N 77°57´02´´W (A) LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 36.1 34.8 42.9 0.0 18.0 21.6 0.4 3.2 1.6 39.3 30.8 43.8 A.4 1.6 45.7 32.5 13.7 53.0 20.2 42.4 41.1 44.0 19.0 34.0 9.12-09 4-10 50.1 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 38 32 32 32 25 25 25 A.8 40.7 38.5 31.5 1.0 45.0 11.7 42.5 LEFT RIGHT RIGHT INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE DATE OF SURVEY QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER 41.SURVEYS TO APR 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 1000 1250-800 800 LENGTH (NAUT.8 45.3 39.0 29.0 15.6 20.0 43.7 0.0 41.0 0.9 40.8 0.8 0.5 44.75 0.8 49.2 39.8 42.9 38.6 0.5 1.3 34.1 40.3 42.7 44.7-10 7-10 7-10 7-10 12-09 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 500-900 900 700 500-650 500 500 500 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 400 400 400 510-700 400 400 500 550 550-1200 450-940 400 190-850 200-400 200 700 500 LENGTH DEPTH (STAT.2 48.4 41.6 49.0 38.2 1.8 42.3 41.0 39.9 41.9 41.9 34.5 1.9 39. NOTE .7 33.1 31.8 38. CHANNELS ARE NOT REPORTED IN THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS CHANNEL CONDITION REPORT.5 A49.2 36.9 0.4 47.8 35.1 47.6 44.6 41.0 36.5 38.0 9.0 9-10 9-10 9-10 11-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 9-10 9-10 2-10 5-10 5-10 9-10 9-10 11-10 11-10 11-10 9-10 9-10 10-10 11-10 7-10 10-10 6-10 6.5 35.9 43.0 41.0 42.4 43.8 4.9 1. MLLW MILES) (FEET) 5.4 33.5 0.4 53.7 40.0 0.2 42.9 42.6 2.0 12.

REPORT OF NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL SABINE BANK CHANNEL OUTER BAR CHANNEL JETTY CHANNEL LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER 36. A DEPTH VALUE REFERRED TO MEAN LOW TIDE WOULD BE APPROXIMATELY ONE FOOT DEEPER WHEN REFERRED TO MEAN LOWER LOW WATER AT THE SABINE PASS NORTH TIDE GAUGE.9 39.8 31.5 31.5 38.3 33.7 38.7 3.9 30. DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE.0 3.9 18.5 40 40 40 30 A.6 15.8 8-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 500-1150 1500 500 400-1200 282-735 370-547 350-735 30. NOTE .4 0.5 33.5 32.2 34.0 21.1 29.6 27.3 40.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11 On Chart 3192 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) SABINE PASS TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .9 40.3 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 21. AT 29°43’42”N 93°52’12”W.9 18.4 30.3 33.NECHES CANAL TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .4 DATE OF SURVEY 9-10 7-10 8-10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 800 800 800-500 LENGTH (MILES) 14.2 34.9 39.2 42.3 0.8 20.0 33.4 31.3 38.0 30.5 1.NECHES CANAL: JCT PORT ARTHUR TO NECHES RIVER NECHES RIVER TO SABINE RIVER LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER RIGHT RIGHT LEFT OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER DATE OF SURVEY WIDTH (FEET) PROJECT DIMENSIONS DEPTH LENGTH MLLW (MILES) (FEET) 5.8 25.7 33.4 27.5 25.To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11 On Chart 3192 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) SABINE PASS AND SABINE .8 33.REPORT OF NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL SABINE PASS: PASS CHANNEL (A) ANCHORAGE BASIN PORT ARTHUR CANAL JUNCTION .7 11.1 4.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .3 41.4 31.0 26.3 35.PORT ARTHUR CANAL AND SABINE NECHES CANALS ENTRANCE TO PORT ARTHUR TURNING BASINS PORT ARTHUR EAST TURNING BASIN PORT ARTHUR WEST TURNING BASIN CHANNEL FROM PORT ARTHUR WEST TURNING BASIN TO TAYLOR BAYOU TURNING BASIN TAYLOR BAYOU TURNING BASIN SABINE .1 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 42 42 40 NOTE .9 36.3 0.8 34.8 34.4 4.4 10-10 10-10 8-10 8-10 200-350 90-1233 400 200 0.4 30.0 30.2 13.6 5.5 23.9 37.4 38.6 1.1 34.1 31.2 33.2 31.1 39.4 35.6 0.

5 34.4 0.0 45.7 33. NAVY.7 21.0 19.7 33.6 32.5 39.0 35.2 0.3 0.5 36.4 35.9 34.0 43.0 45.9 DATE OF SURVEY 7-10 7-10 1-09.7 35.REPORT OF NOV 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL MOUTH TO SMITH BLUFF CUT-OFF TURNING BASIN AT DEER BAYOU TURNING BASIN AT SMITHS BLUFF SMITH BLUFF TO BEAUMONT T.3 1.3 35.B TO BETHLEHEM SHPYDS LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE OUTSIDE QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) 400 700 1400-400 400 400-1306 350 400-1000 300 200 LENGTH DEPTH (NAUT.4 NOTE .0 35. AUTHORISED USACE PROJECT IS 35 FEET FOR A WIDTH OF 500 FEET.2 42.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 494/11 On Chart 3149 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) PENSACOLA HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .4 0.6 14.7 2.3 0.3 35.6 31.6 31. EXCEPT FOR A 43 FT OBSTRUCTION REPORTED BY AN NOS SURVEY AT 30°19’57.2 37.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION Wk05/11 .5 28.0 B45.5 14.0 22.1 34.7 36.5 35.3”W NOTE .3 CHANNEL EXTENSION C MANOEUVRING AREA AT BEAUMONT TURNING BASIN BEAUMONT TURNING BASIN EXTENSION BEAUMONT T.2 8.5 RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER 33.1 34.9 33. B.2 21.6 LEFT INSIDE QUARTER 30.1 41.7 29.5 35.0 35.5 38.To accompany Notice to Mariners 493/11 On Chart 3192 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) NECHES RIVER TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS .8 DEPTH MLLW (FEET) A35 A35 A35 A.S.5 RIGHT INSIDE QUARTER 30.B TURNING BASIN @ MILE 40.1 31.2 31.1 40 40 40 40 40 36 40 34 30 DATE OF SURVEY 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 29.1 31.8 37. PROJECT DIMENSIONS OF 44 FEET FOR A WIDTH OF 800 FEET PROVIDED BY THE U.0 29.6 0. MLLW MILES) (FEET) 9.REPORT OF JUL 2010 AND SURVEY OF JUL 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL CAUCUS CHANNEL BARRANCAS CHANNEL PICKENS CHANNEL LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 27.1 1.10 PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) A500 A500 A500 LENGTH (MILES) 3.7”N 87°16’39.

positions should be transferred by bearing and distance from common charted objects. Wk05/11 .8 1.3 14.9 0.6 13.7 RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTER 31.1 - NOTE . not by latitude and longitude.0 9.8 31.7 26.4 8.0 31.3 15.0 26. positions read from chart 792 must be adjusted by 0·02 minutes SOUTHWARD and 0·08 minutes WESTWARD.5 DATE OF SURVEY PROJECT DIMENSIONS WIDTH (FEET) LENGTH (MILES) DEPTH MLLW (FEET) 33 33 33 33 15 14 14 8-10 9-10 9-10 9-10 8-10 8-10 8-10 300 300 300 500 100 75 500 2.To accompany Notice to Mariners 494/11 On Chart 3149 CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note) PENSACOLA HARBOR AND BAYOU CHICO CHANNELS TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS . To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011 On Chart 3943 CHART 1366 AND 3944: POSITIONS To agree with larger scale chart 1366 and the adjoining chart 3944 which are referred to WGS84 Datum.1 31.7 15.3 0.4 MIDDLE HALF OF CHANNEL 33.8 27.8 0.7 1.CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011 On Chart 792 CHART 3944: POSITIONS To agree with smaller scale chart 3944 which is referred to WGS84 Datum.0 10.8 6.0 27.6 26.0 14.0 26. To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011 On Chart 3921 CHART 3944: POSITIONS Positions on chart 3921 differ from those on chart 3944 by varying amounts. positions read from charts 1366 and 3944 must be adjusted by 0·02 minutes SOUTHWARD and 0·08 minutes WESTWARD.REPORT OF SEP 2010 AND SURVEY OF SEP 2010 CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) NAME OF CHANNEL PENSACOLA HARBOR BAY CHANNEL WEST CHANNEL EAST CHANNEL HARBOR CHANNEL BAYOU CHICO CHANNELS ENTRANCE CHANNEL INNER CHANNEL TURNING BASIN LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER 33.

not by latitude and longitude. Wk05/11 . positions should be transferred by bearing and distance from common charted objects.To accompany Notice to Mariners 506/2011 On Chart 3945 CHART 3944: POSITIONS Positions on chart 3945 differ from those on chart 3944 by varying amounts.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 483/11 On Chart 118 ENTRY RESTRICTED Only vessels engaged in mooring or berthing are permitted to enter the Restricted Areas shown. déchargent ou quittent le SPM. discharging at or departing the SPM. To accompany Notice to Mariners 454/11 On Chart 4750 CAUTION No 2 The monobuoy. is equipped with a 244 metre free floating hose. marked by two flashing white lights. marqué par deux feux à éclats blancs.To accompany Notice to Mariners 454/11 On Chart 4750 ATTENTION no 2 L’amarrage à point unique (SPM). Wk05/11 . Le cercle indique la limite d’exclusion lorsque les bâtiments approchent. est muni d’un flexible de déchargement flottant librement et d’une longueur de 244 mètres. The circle indicates the limit of the exclusion zone when vessels are approaching.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 90.5 by 127

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 158.7 by 164.8

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 385/11. Image Size (mm) 159.5 by 207.3 Wk05/11 .

5 by 240 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 166.To accompany Notice to Mariners 397/11.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 399/11.7 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 116.4 by 121.

2 Wk05/11 .4 by 114. Image Size (mm) 95.To accompany Notice to Mariners 399/11.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 400/11. Image Size (mm) 134.9 by 223.5 Wk05/11 .

4 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 133.To accompany Notice to Mariners 401/11.3 by 93.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 402/11. Image Size (mm) 165 by 200.2 Wk05/11 .

To accompany Notice to Mariners 404/11.6 by 69.1 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 82.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11.6 by 67.7 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 64.

Image Size (mm) 67.To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11.8 by 63.3 Wk05/11 .

To accompany Notice to Mariners 405/11. Image Size (mm) 64.2 by 105.1 Wk05/11 .

2 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 63 by 62.To accompany Notice to Mariners 406/11.

2 Wk05/11 . Image Size (mm) 63 by 62.To accompany Notice to Mariners 406/11.

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS See The Mariner’s Handbook (2009 Edition). Messages printed below are all in force on 24 January 2011. It is recommended that this reprint should be kept in a file or book divided into areas, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most convenient Admiralty Chart is quoted. For those series originated by other authorities only selected important warnings are reproduced. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weekly Edition 5, 3 February 2011 (published on the UKHO Website 24 January 2011). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 NAVAREA I warnings in force 24/1/11: 2008 series: 341. 2010 series: 056 106 196 268 317 356 357 358 363 364 365 369. 2011 series: 003 011 012 013 014 015. 010 011 012 013 014 015 Cancelled. LORAN C. North-West Europe. Station Vaerlandet. Chain rates 9007Y and 7499Y, off-air. Navarea One messages in force at 211000 UTC Jan 11. Cancel 008/11. SCOTLAND, WEST COAST. Firth of Clyde. Chart BA 2126. Pladda Light 55-25.5N 005-07.1W, range temporarily reduced to 10 miles. GPS. 1. PRN 25 unusable 242100 UTC to 250900 UTC Jan. 2. Cancel this message 251000 UTC Jan 11. RIGLIST. Correct at 240600 UTC Jan 11. Southern North Sea: 51° to 55°N. 52-38.1N 003-37.4E Noble George Sauvageau 54-10.0N 003-06.2E Noble Ronald Hoope To Great Yarmouth Noble Julie Robertson 54-34.3N 000-30.9E Ensco 72 North Sea: 55° to 60°N, East of 5°W and the Baltic Sea. 56-22.9N 004-14.2E Maersk Giant ACP Varg Field Maersk Guardian 56-34.8N 002-30.4E Ocean Princess 56-48.3N 000-46.1E GSF Galaxy 2 56-54.9N 002-24.0E Rowan Gorilla 6 56-57.6N 001-48.4E Rowan Gorilla 5 57-10.2N 002-15.6E Sedco 711 57-11.1N 001-54.8E Ensco 101 57-58.3N 001-51.7E Ocean Nomad 58-01.6N 001-06.6E Stena Spey 58-14.3N 001-34.3E Byford Dolphin 58-25.2N 000-32.9W Sedco 704 58-25.4N 001-43.4E West Epsilon 58-34.1N 001-42.2E Ocean Vanguard 58-37.8N 001-44.3E Transocean Leader 58-44.3N 003-55.6E West Alpha 58-45.8N 001-13.0E JW McLean 58-52.4N 002-15.7E Bredford Dolphin 59-03.9N 001-45.3E Songa Delta 59-09.7N 001-36.9E West Phoenix 59-16.6N 001-55.6E Transocean Winner 59-20.3N 001-32.4E Noble Ton van Langeveld 59-31.9N 001-24.4E GSF Arctic 3 59-35.2N 002-05.2E Songa Dee

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Norwegian Sea: North of 60°N, East of 5°W. 60-32.5N 001-52.7E Sedco 714 60-44.0N 003-36.1E Stena Don 60-45.3N 003-26.5E Songa Trym To Fensfjorden West Venture 61-04.1N 002-07.0E Deepsea Atlantic 61-15.7N 003-21.5E Bideford Dolphin 61-20.3N 003-57.4E Transocean Searcher 61-28.0N 001-32.1E Transocean John Shaw 62-39.2N 001-07.3W Stena Carron 63-26.8N 005-54.8E Aker Barents 63-38.0N 005-18.0E West Navigator 64-50.1N 007-00.9E Transocean Arctic 65-02.4N 006-56.3E Scarabeo 5 65-21.8N 007-20.2E Deepsea Bergen 65-42.2N 007-35.4E Borgland Dolphin 66-00.3N 008-01.9E Aker Spitsbergen 71-12.0N 020-54.9E Polar Pioneer South and West Coasts of the British Isles. NIL. NOTES: A. Rigs are protected by a 500 metre safety zone. B. ACP - Adjacent to Charted Platform. 2. Cancel 009/11.

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Cancel 351/10. ANM 6317/10 refers. (2) Navarea II (E Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea II warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 013 to 018 received. (3) Navarea III (Mediterranean) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea III warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 020 to 030 received. (4) Navarea IV (NW Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea IV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 018 to 025 received. (5) Navarea V (W Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea V warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 021 to 034 received. (6) Navarea VI (SW Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea VI warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 009 and 010 received. (7) Navarea VII (SE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea VII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 009 to 012 received. (8) Navarea VIII (Indian Ocean) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea VIII warnings in force 24/1/11: 2010 series: 716 805. 2011 series: 022. 035 to 055 received.

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NW Arabian Sea) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea IX warnings in force 24/1/11: 2009 series: 227. (11) Navarea XI (Malacca Strait. 2009 series: 687. (10) Navarea X (Australia. Nil received. (15) Navarea XV (SE Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. Red Sea.III (9) Navarea IX (Persian Gulf. Wk05/11 3. Nil received (17) Hydropacs (Pacific. 2011 series: Nil received. N Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XI warnings in force 24/1/11: 2011 series: 011. 2010 series: 430.3 . 033 to 053 received. 003 to 012 received. Mediterranean) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Hydrolants in force 24/1/11: NIL. New Guinea) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea X warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 016 to 026 received. Indian Ocean) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Hydropacs in force 24/1/11: 2008 series: 1140 1141 1473. China Sea. (14) Navarea XIV (SW Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XIV warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 003 to 006 received. 095 to 142 received. 191 to 274 received. (18) Hydrolants (Atlantic. (16) Navarea XVI (E Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XVI warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 2010 series: 069 and 070 received. (12) Navarea XII (NE Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. (13) Navarea XIII (NW Pacific) Weekly Edition 5 Edited Navarea XIII warnings in force 24/1/11: NIL. 032 to 045 received.

landmarks 157 Paragraph 5.74).IV [05/11] AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS NP22 Bay of Biscay Pilot (2010 Edition) France – West Coast – Benodet — Directions.. standing within the Semlogistics Refinery. 165 line 3-5 Replace by: farm is situated onshore abreast the this complex there is a prominent 6 cables NNE of the jetties.148 4 line 1-2 Replace by: Thence the track leads between W and WSW as. Paragraph 5.32a A safety zone of 500 m radius is established around position 50°20′⋅8N 5°37′⋅1W.82 1 NP44 Malacca Strait and West coast of Sumatera Pilot (2008 Edition) East coast of Sumatera – Belawan — Offshore oil terminal 110 Paragraph 4. in a general SW direction. into Kuala Deli (3°47′N 98°43′E).. Paragraph 7. thence: Clear of a dangerous wreck (1°17′⋅7N 104°11′⋅1E) marked by a light buoy (isolated danger)..1 Wk05/11 . is connected to the coast 3¼ miles SSE of Nipahlarrangan Light (4. within chimney (5.32 2 60 line 6 Insert: 1 2. light Paragraph 3.148 3 line 6 Replace by: .100) by submarine pipelines which are laid across Belawan Channel. which is the site of a cable hub.(1°18′N 104°16′E) lying in the fairway. and is marked by a light buoy (special). South West RDA (SDD 2010000 141317. Vessels of between 17 000 dwt and. restricted area After Paragraph 2. Malaysian Notice 99/2010 (SDD 2011000 001628) [05/11] Wales – South-west coast – Milford Haven — Principal marks. Another pipeline is laid from the SW-most SBM across the shoal water to the E of Belawan Channel...128 1 lines 1-6 Replace by: An offshore oil discharging terminal.. comprising four mooring buoys and two SBMs (3°51′N 98°47′E).97 2 A large tank terminal. Indonesian Notice 52/494/2010 (SDD 2011000 002796) [05/11] 66 lines 5-6 Delete [05/11] 1 French Notice 11/02/15 (SDD 2011000 011316) NP37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot (2008 Edition) South-west coast — General information. 213496) [05/11] Restricted area Singapore Strait – west-going traffic lane – Horsburgh Light to south of Johor Shoal — Wreck 242 Paragraph 7.96 3 line 7 Including existing Section IV Notice Week 30/10 For 5⋅6 m and 5⋅7 m Read 6⋅2 m Paragraph 5.96 4 line 2 Including existing Section IV Notice Week 30/10 For 5⋅5 m (2009) Read 6⋅0 m (2010) Milford Haven Port Authority (SDD 2010000 208594) [05/11] 4.74 2 lines 1-2 Replace by: Chimney (51°42′⋅6N 4°59′⋅4W). [05/11] 4 2 Milford Haven Port Authority (SDD 2010000 217757) Wales – South-west coast – Milford Haven — Depths at berths 165 Paragraph 5.

5. lantern with 2 galleries * * 15 Red round masonry tower. Weekly Edition No. C2738·51 . 44 MMSI No 992751681 TD 2011 * fl 1·5. Weekly Edition No. si 50. .Viking bank Northwards. dated 06 January 2011. 57 34·12 N 21 42·95 E . Westkapelle -----. A1212 ..Great Yarmouth. Traffic Signals * * 52 34·33 N 1 44·28 E 52 34·38 N 1 44·35 E * 61 19·91 N 3 53·71 E * Fl R 3s * 11 * . S Head 1 37·77 E * * A2304 .. MMSI No 992751651 TD 2011 * fl 3. . . Dated 03 February 2011.1 Wk05/11 .Noorderhoofd. Vis 235°-340°(105°) * (bl 2. W167°-267°(100°). R267°-356°(89°). 4. Vis 000°-225°(225°) C3448 Užava .Le Crotoy. Vis 340°-198°(218°) C3470 . si 2) x 2. 4. 0·73M from 3 26·83 E front. Gorleston. 15 White round tower 37 .Ovīšu -C3872 Vergi . AIS * 50 28 Square tower.. Haven. ec 2·5. 57 12·55 N 21 24·88 E AIS Fl(2)W 10s .. balcony and lantern room 37 . B0174 . TE 2011 * fl 1. 5. 53 33·89 N Oc R 10s Rear. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No.. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No.. Ldg Lts 51 31·75 N Fl W 3s 149·5°. fl 3... Weekly Edition No... balcony and G 7 lantern 10 5.. 38 . Westward * . Marina. Haven. . W 50 12·87 N Fl R 2s side. Dated 03 February 2011. Gorleston Pier . 35/9 GJOA (NO) 4 2 Red post fl 0·4. G120°-167°(47°). fl 1·5. Rear. Floating production platform * * * * Vol B Edition 2010/11. 15 White round stone tower with balcony and lantern room 19 . North Pier. . 59 36·09 N 26 06·05 E AIS LFl W 7·5s AIS Fl WRG 3s .. bl 2. ec 5. * * A2308·5 * A8275·8 * Horn(3) 60s * Lit . dated 27 January 2011.Great Yarmouth. dated 27 January 2011. W356°-003°(7°) * 11 W 7 White round concrete R 7 tower. Dated 03 February 2011.Police. * * 11 Building * ... Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. Synchronized with front * fl 1.V AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS Vol A Edition 2010/11. ec 1. 1. Vis 010°-223°(213°) MMSI No 992751476 TD 2011 * fl 0·5. ec 4·5. * ... 485·7m from front 14 35·13 E * C3442 * Akmeņraga bãka (Akmeņrags) * 56 49·91 N 21 03·43 E * LFl(2)W 10s 60 * 38 14 Orange and white round tower. Jetty. ec 2·5. Obscured by the land on certain bearings * * Vol C Edition 2010/11. 5. Ldg Lts 312·6°. red superstructure 50 * * fl 0·1..

Breakwater. * Fl(3)W 15s Siren(3) 120s * 65 . Outer Port. ec 8·9. Dated 03 February 2011.Pointe d'el Hank -* * Remove from list . NE Head . ec 2·9) x 2. Breakwater. Vol D Edition 2010/11. 5. 4. TE 2010 (bl 3. fl 0·5. Ldg Lts 235·6°.Rinlo. S corner 33 36·59 N 7 39·27 W .Cabo Prioriño Chico. ec 1·5. .. black top 37 9 * . * . 11 ALRS Vol 2 Station 67715 * (fl 0·5.. Head D1725 Fl(3)G 9s 5 (fl 0·5. ec 1·5) x 2. Breakwater. Breakwater. 43 18·70 N Fl G 5s Breakwater. Destroyed (T) 2010 * 9 TE 2011 * D1559·98 Oc W 5s 10 ec 2. 46m from front .Reserve light . red band on truncated tower 6 . Oil Wharf. Head . fl 0·5. ec 1·5) x 2.2 Wk05/11 . Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. Head. Head . ec 1·5) x 2. Rear.Marina de Santander. * (fl 0·1. si 27) x 2.La Graña. dated 27 January 2011. . red bands 6 3 Red post 7 5 Red round tower 13 3 Green round tower 6 7 Red &.. bl 3. TE 2011 * D1562·8 43 26·23 N 4 02·10 W 43 32·92 N 6 32·15 W 43 33·53 N 7 06·22 W 43 27·21 N 8 19·81 W . si 57 * D2844·68 D2844·7 28 04·97 N 17 06·57 W * Fl G 5s 15 6 Green round tower. Front .Puerto de Luarca.. 43 28·24 N 8 15·81 W 43 19·22 N 8 36·14 W 42 45·94 N 8 56·91 W Fl R 5s 7 fl 0·5 * D1647 .Training Wall 43 25·75 N 3 48·84 W 43 25·74 N 3 48·86 W Iso W 2s 13 5 Green and white round column 3 2 Grey column 5 2 White column. fl 0·1... fl 0·5.. Central Tidal 2 22·60 W Barrage.Marina de Santander. D1494·85 ... TE 2011 * D2574 . * * fl 0·5. ec 4·5 * D1698·2 . Weekly Edition No. C3946 . truncated conical top and base 7 fl 0·5 5. ec 4·5.Puerto de Portosín.Puerto de Mutriku. Head ----- Fl R 5s 21 fl 0·5 Racon Fl(3)R 9s .Puerto de Cayón. TE 2011 * fl 0·5 * D1667·5 Fl G 5s 12 D1694·8 . Dique del Canouco.. * 1 Red post 8 3 Green round tower 4 5 Green and white round tower 6 30 White round tower 49 .Nerva 60 14·74 N 27 57·32 E Fl W 8s 44 18 Red and white 4-sided fl 1 framework structure. ec 4·5. ec 4·5 * D1791·8 Fl(3)G 9s 8 (fl 0·5... Head Fl(2)R 7s 19 fl 0·5.Puerto de San Sebastián.V Vol C Edition 2010/11 continued. Breakwater. . Ldg Lts 235·6°. Head D1559·97 . fl 0·5.

Head 57 26·60 E * * LFl R 6s * LFl G 6s * * * * * * * * * Vol E Edition 2010/11. Rear D3113·31. Reported TE 2009 * PA.. 23 51·32 N E Breakwater.. . Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. Occas. Front Port of Buchanan. Front D3112·9. Head Port of Buchanan. D3113·31 Port of Buchanan. . Head 23 35·03 N 58 36·48 E 23 35·03 N 58 36·44 E Fl(2)R 5s 9 * D7318·5 Fl(4)G 15s 7 3 Metal post 1 * D7325·23 * D7325·26 * As Suwayq. tower Reported TE 2009. . TE 2011 * 5. Front 3 27·60 N 8 33·10 E FG 3 3 Red v on white post. Head 57 26·51 E * * As Suwayq. Marina. D3113·1 Port of Buchanan. Occas.Lts in line 251°30′. Fishing Harbour. ( on mast PA. R297°-342°(45°). Ldg Lts 103°. 36 10·74 N Fl G 8s Head 5 19·91 W 11 5 Green round tower fl 1.. Head Port of Buchanan. E0008 La Atunara. Marks N limit of fairway. Mast . Marks N limit of fairway. 5. Marks S limit of fairway.V Vol D Edition 2010/11 continued. 4. Front 5 51·43 N 10 03·63 W 5 51·57 N 10 03·46 W 5 51·34 N 10 02·78 W Fl G 3s 9 3 White square concrete fl 0·3. Occas. Reported TE 2009 * D3112·4 Port of Buchanan.. Lts in line. Common rear D3113. Weekly Edition No. Lts in line. . Common rear 5 51·28 N 10 02·59 W . Grand Bassa Point 5 52·11 N 10 03·66 W Iso WR 4s 29 15 Yellow and orange metal framework tower 24 Aeromarine. Floodlit * 3 White square concrete fl 0·3. Front D3113·3. Breakwater. . Reported TE 2009 * PA. . . Rear 5 51·27 N 10 02·56 W 3 F Y(vert) . Marks S limit of fairway.3 Wk05/11 . E Breakwater. tower Reported TE 2009. Front 5 51·35 N 10 02·87 W 5 51·29 N 10 02·70 W 3 F Y(vert) . D3113 Port of Buchanan. Common rear . Fishing Harbour.. . dated 27 January 2011. Marina. Framework tower on dolphin . R104°-149°(45°). Reported TE 2009 * PA. Lts in line.. Ldg Lts 103°. N Breakwater. 3 F Y(vert) 3 FY(vert) . Reported TE 2009 * TE 2009 * D3112·6 Fl R 3s 8 D3112·9 3 F Y(vert) . Occas. Reported TE 2009 PA.. 23 51·40 N W Breakwater. Floodlit * . Front D3113·1. . Main Breakwater. Commercial Quay.Lts in line. Common rear D3113. Occas. Head Bandar Al Rowdha. red bands 3 3 Metal post 2 D7318·4 Bandar Al Rowdha. Reported TE 2009 * PA. W342°-104°(122°).. . Dated 03 February 2011. ( on mast D3113·3 3 F Y(vert) . D3112 Port of Buchanan. Mast D4052 .. Occas.

Espigón Martillo. Dársena Este. Dársena Este. TE 2011 * E0103 . E0265·6 . Fl W044°-046°(2°) marks centre of channel.Sant Carles de la Rápita. fl 0·5. Outer Breakwater. white base TE 2011 11 * 3 Green round tower.Puerto de Ciutadella. W side. W Breakwater. Head 41 15·34 N 1 55·24 E 43 19·78 N 5 02·55 E Fl(2)G 10s 8 fl 0·5. Dique de Abrigo.. Elbow 37 39·13 N 0 46·92 W VQ W 0·5s . fl 1·4. At foot 40 00·09 N of cliff. Corner * . La Muralla. Breakwater. fl 0·5.Carro.Puerto Deportivo Ibiza la Nueva. Pier. ec 9 1 * * fl 0·5 * fl 0·5 * (fl 0·3. Pier. Dique de Levante.Marina La Bajadilla. fl 0·8. Obscured within the port * * 1 Green column 1 * * 1 Red column 1 * * 3 " on black post. ec 0·3) x 6. Fl G042°-044°(2°). Breakwater. E corner 40 37·10 N 0 36·20 E * 40 37·10 N 0 36·20 E * 40 37·00 N 0 36·10 E * 41 10·60 N 1 31·63 E Fl(2+1)R 15s * Fl G 5s * Fl R 5s * VQ(6)+LFl W 10s 2 * 3 * 2 * 9 1 Red and green column fl 0·5. fl 0·5. Dir Lt 3 50·16 E 064. E0056·15 . ec 7·5 * E0620 Q WR * 8 W 9 White column. Oc(2) R065°-066°(1°) * fl 1. black band. N shore.Central Power Station. Oc(2) G063°-064°(1°).Muelle Transversal. Corner * . Head 36 49·19 N 2 26·65 W VQ(9)W 10s 11 TE 2011 * E0140·92 . Head 36 30·40 N 4 52·60 W Fl(2)R 10s 5 4 White square tower. Fl R046°-048°(2°) * ec 0·5. ec 0·5.Sant Carles de la Rápita. ec 6. TE 2010 * E2227·1 Polignano a Mare. Dársena Este. Head 17 12·20 E Sıǧacık Körfezi. W side.4 Wk05/11 . Yacht Club. ec 2·4. Sıǧacık Limanı. Head . yellow top 4 5 Green tower 3 E0396·8 Puerto de Ginesta. Breakwater. ec 1·5. Irreg (T) 2011 * E0345·9 . E Point. fl 1. fl 0·5. ec 5. Dir Lt 045° 39 59·97 N 3 49·71 E Dir Fl WRG 5s 9 W 5 White square tower R 3 3 G 3 fl 1. Head * . lt 6·5.Sant Carles de la Rápita. ec 1·5. ec 6. red band on white square base 5 fl 0·8. N Head 38 54·77 N 1 26·62 E Fl(2)G 7s 12 E0312·2 39 21·80 N 3 12·80 E Fl(2+1)G 12s 6 E0346·4 . 5° Dir Oc(2)WRG 9·5s 8 W 5 White square tower R 3 6 G 3 E0374·12 * E0374·13 * E0374·14 * E0394·4 . fl 0·8. Head * 38 11·74 N 26 46·96 E FR E4661·55 Fl G 4s 9 3 White concrete tower fl 1 * * 5. ec 1·5. Head . yellow base 4 * 1 Green round tower on fl 0·5. ec 2.V Vol E Edition 2010/11 continued. Inner Mole. R 6 4 R355°-322°(327°) * 8 3 Red post 6 Private. ec 1·2. lt 2. Dique de Levante. red top W322°-355°(33°).Los Nietos. on column 9 1 ) on black post. red lantern 3 5 $ on yellow framework tower. Cala d'en Busquets. Oc(2) W064°-065°(1°). Porticciolo 41 00·30 N Cala Ponte. ec 3.Puerto de Ciutadella. ec 4·5. Outer Breakwater.Porto Petro.

. Head * Tekirdaǧ. Yat Limani. ec 1. Pier. E4661·6 Sıǧacık Körfezi. N Head * . Yat Limani. ec 1·5. N Breakwater. ec 1) x 2. Yat Limani. Rear Fl(2)R 5s ..Ldg Lts 115·6°. Head 38 11·69 N 26 46·95 E 37 06·39 N 27 16·91 E * 37 06·30 N 27 16·98 E * 37 06·34 N 27 17·02 E * 40 58·37 N 27 31·00 E * 40 22·53 N 28 53·34 E 40 44·81 N 29 49·58 E 40 44·83 N 29 49·86 E Fl R 4s 9 3 White concrete tower fl 1 * Fl W 4s * Fl G 4s * Fl R 4s * Fl(4)Y 10s * Fl(3)Y 9s * E4930 .E Jetty. ec 4) x 2 * fl 0·5 E5873·1 3 White metal tower * E5873·4 .El Burj 22 10 White tower 5 6 . Head E4665·1 * E4665·11 * E4665·12 * E4896·5 . Head Fl(3)R 9s 10 7 Round tower * E4936·8 E4936·9 E4971·5 E5808·4 Remove from list . ec 1) x 2.Breakwater. ec 4·5 * fl 1.Mudanya. fl 0·5.V Vol E Edition 2010/11 continued. Head Fl(2+1) G 12s 9 E5920 Ra's Ibn Hāni' Fl W 5s * Fl(2)W 9s 18 E5921·4 . (fl 1.5 Wk05/11 . (fl 1. Head 42 01·29 N 35 09·10 E * 36 48·21 N 34 39·33 E 36 47·74 N 34 38·27 E 36 47·96 N 34 38·94 E 36 48·23 N 34 39·11 E 35 35·14 N 35 43·00 E * 35 30·87 N 35 46·13 E * 35 31·79 N 35 46·12 E * 35 31·67 N 35 46·42 E * 35 31·91 N 35 45·30 E * Iso Y 2s * Fl(2+1)R 12s 8 * 9 5 Mast * * fl 1. TE 2010 * E5921·5 . Head Fl(2) Y 10s 9 E5873·55 . ec 1. ec 1) x 4. Head . fl 1. Jetty.. TE 2010 * E5921·6 . Breakwater.. Elbow (fl 1. Pier. ec 6·5 * fl 1. TE 2010 * E5921·51 . S Head * . Sıǧacık Limanı.Ldg Lts 115·6°.Derince Burnu. * * fl 1 * fl 1 * * fl 1 * * 2 Green pylon * 2 Red pylon * 4 * 4 Mast * 4 Round tower * * E4900·4 . ec 4) x 2 * (fl 0·5. Jetty.Yalikavak Limani. ec 5·5 * E4930·05 ..Yalikavak Limani.not a navigational light Remove from list . Head LFl G 4s * 4 5 Green pylon * 5.Yalikavak Limani. fl 1. Fishermans Shelter. fl 0·5.Coal and Ore Quay. 6 .not a navigational light Remove from list Sinop. Mole. Pier. Breakwater.W Quay.Ferry Quay.Derince Burnu. Head Fl(5)Y 20s 15 * 13 * 10 * 9 * 22 * 10 2 . Front Fl(2)R 5s . ec 11 * (fl 0·5. Head Fl(3) Y 8s 9 3 Yellow round tower 6 * 3 Yellow round tower 6 * 3 White round tower 6 * 12 White tower E5873·5 .

. . . Head E5935·5 . Wreck . Red metal tower 7 5 Black metal framework tower ..Breakwater. 5. Elbow Vol F Edition 2010/11.V Vol E Edition 2010/11 continued. red band (2 Black Spheres) * * Ra refl 11 -* F1924·2 AIS * Fl(2)W 10s * . Green metal tower .W Breakwater.Port of Kemaman. No 10 * Fl(2)R 6s * 8 * * F3661·497 * Remove from list * * * 5. . Green tower.. . No 1 * 3 11·01 N 113 01·29 E 4 13·72 N 103 29·27 E Fl (2) 10s . . . S Breakwater E5923·7 . W Head * E5935·9 . Weekly Edition No.Breakwater.. * Kuala Bintulu.. Wesonic 8. .Banyan 1 13·35 N 103 41·58 E . red bands 29 5 # on black beacon. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4. F0969·21 . 500m from 17 37·46 N QW front 83 13·47 E * F1685·78 . N Breakwater 35 32·51 N 35 45·79 E * 35 32·47 N 35 45·73 E * 34 54·60 N 35 51·27 E 34 54·58 N 35 51·56 E * 33 54·96 N 35 31·97 E * 33 54·73 N 35 31·98 E 33 54·68 N 35 32·07 E 33 54·67 N 35 32·32 E Fl R 3s * Fl G 5s * Fl G 4s * E5923·8 . E5921·7 .Marina. E Head * Fl G 2s * .Northern Mole. .Marina. # on black beacon.E Breakwater. dated 27 January 2011. Metal tower TE 2010 * Fl(3)R 3s * Mo(D)Y .. Head Fl R 4s * Fl(2)G . Rear.Damen Daqiao.Transit..6 Wk05/11 . NE end E5935·8 . Metal tower TE 2010 * E5935·95 . white bands E5921·71 . 12 White 4-sided framework tower. Dated 03 February 2011.Breakwater. No 9 28 00·07 N 121 00·39 E * 28 00·03 N 121 00·33 E * Fl(2)R 6s 8 4 Red & on red 4-sided metal framework tower 6 * * 4 Red & on red 4-sided metal framework tower 6 * * * F3661·496 * . red band 2 Beacon on dolphin F2860 Fl G 5s 11 Destroyed (T) 2011 * F3661·494 F3661·495 Remove from list . . ...Damen Daqiao. * Destroyed (T) 2011 * .

.No 4 * . G4297·05 .Plains Products Pier.Lin gang. On pier * .Caojing. 4. No 4 * . Weekly Edition No. 5.No 4 * * * Vol G Edition 2010/11. On pier * . F3661·498 . dated 27 January 2011. Gas Electric Works. Gas Electric Works. A 38 02·68 N Fl W 4s 122 06·15 W * * * * G4297·06 * G4297·07 * G4297·08 * G5006·7 * . C * .Damen Daqiao. Dated 03 February 2011. .Crude Oil Terminal. B * . No 30 45·17 N 2 121 24·26 E * . Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No.Plains Products Pier. . No 1 * . Electric Works.Caojing.V Vol F Edition 2010/11 continued. Electric Works. No 30 44·48 N 1 121 24·91 E * * * . No 12 * Fl(2)G 6s * 8 * * F3717·893 * F3717·8931 * F3717·894 * F3717·895 * F4059·05 * * * Mo (C) Y 12s * Mo (C) Y 12s * Mo (C) Y 12s * Mo (C) Y 12s * Iso W 6s * * 9 * 9 * 9 * 9 * 20 * * .7 Wk05/11 .Plains Products Pier. . No 11 28 00·16 N 121 00·26 E * 28 00·12 N 121 00·21 E * Fl(2)G 6s 8 4 Green % on green 4-sided metal framework tower 6 * * 4 Green % on green 4-sided metal framework tower 6 * * 3 Yellow × on yellow metal pole 6 * * 3 Yellow × on yellow metal pole 6 * * 3 Yellow × on yellow metal pole 5 * * 3 Yellow × yellow metal pole 5 * * 6 White column.Lin gang.Plains Products Pier. On pier * * * * * Private * Private * Private * Private * 4 Red % on pile * * * 5. D * 38 02·72 N 122 06·10 W * 38 02·75 N 122 06·03 W * 38 02·77 N 122 05·98 W * 48 16·05 N 122 38·38 W * Fl W 4s * Fl W 4s * Fl W 4s * Fl R 2·5s * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * .Damen Daqiao. Berth No 22 * * 30 50·23 N 121 47·24 E * 30 50·79 N 121 47·19 E * 38 58·02 N 121 54·72 E * * Sync No 1 . black bands 10 * * * F3661·499 * . On pier * .

Fertilizer Berth. NE end 45 39·45 N 61 44·87 W * LFl W 6s * 2 * 14 2 Mast * * fl 2. 18 07·70 N Fertilizer Berth. Dated 03 February 2011.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos. E side * .La Scie.Pomquet Island. red bands 24 * * 8 White tubular metal tower.8 Wk05/11 . Seasonal * * 8 White square tower 8 * Vol J Edition 2010/11. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 4.Darsena de Pajaritos. Jetty Head. dated 27 January 2011.Rear. Weekly Edition No.Ldg Lts 180°. 40m from front * . Front * .Darsena de Pajaritos. Rear. Floating 49 57·59 N Fl R 4s Dock 55 36·09 W * * * * H1232 . red bands 14 * * 8 White tubular metal tower. Weekly Edition No. W side * .Ldg Lts 0°. Fertilizer Berth. Jetty Head. Front 18 07·48 N 94 24·33 W * 18 08·85 N 94 24·34 W * 18 09·02 N 94 24·34 W * 18 07·66 N 94 24·48 W * 18 07·66 N 94 24·50 W * 18 07·70 N 94 23·56 W * 18 07·67 N 94 23·56 W * Iso W 2s * Iso W 2s * Fl W 1·5s * Fl W 3s * Iso W 3s * Iso R 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso G 2s * Iso G 2s * 12 * 10 * 16 * 16 * 16 * 20 * 8 * 8 * 8 * 8 * 6 * 6 * 3 * 8 * * * * * J4340·6 * J4340·61 * J4341 * J4341·1 * J4341·42 * J4341·44 * J4341·46 * J4341·48 * J4341·52 * J4341·54 * . Dated 03 February 2011. Fertilizer Berth. Harbour. J4259·33 .V Vol H Edition 2010/11.Darsena de Ciaboga 20 56·40 N Fl W 3s 97 22·78 W * * * * J4340 . H0692·5 . Jetty Head. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. E side * 18 07·68 N 94 23·54 W * 18 07·55 N 94 23·56 W * 18 07·50 N 94 23·69 W * * * * * 5. Fertilizer Berth.Darsena de Pajaritos. W side * . dated 27 January 2011..Ldg Lts 090°. 300m from front * . Front * . W side * 10 White tubular metal tower. red bands 15 * * 10 White round concrete fl 0·5 tower. E 94 23·55 W side * * . 4. Jetty Head.-. Fertilizer Berth. 5. 5. red bands 18 * * 5 Red round concrete tower 2 * * 5 Red round concrete tower 2 * * 5 Red round concrete tower 2 * * 5 Red round concrete tower 2 * * 5 White square concrete tower 1 * * 5 White square concrete tower 1 * * fl 1 * * * * * * .

Jetty. Jetty. E side * * . 94 24·11 W Head. W side * * . Jetty. Pemex 18 07·35 N Terminal Berth. Fertilizer Berth. Fertilizer Berth. No 7. Head. Jetty. N Wall Berths. W side * Remove from list Remove from list 18 07·83 N 94 24·14 W * 18 07·83 N 94 24·15 W * 18 07·83 N 94 23·87 W * 18 07·83 N 94 23·88 W * * 6 White square concrete tower 4 * * 6 White square concrete tower 4 * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * * * * * * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * 6 White square concrete fl 0·5 tower 3 * * 6 White tubular metal tower 3 * * 6 White tubular metal tower 3 * * fl 0·5 * * * fl 0·5 * 5.Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth.Darsena de Pajaritos. E side * * . E side * .Darsena de Pajaritos. W side * 18 07·49 N 94 23·71 W * 18 07·45 N 94 23·83 W * Iso R 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso G 2s * Iso R 2s * Iso G 2s * Fl R 3s * Fl G 3s * Fl R 3s * Fl G 3s * Fl G * Fl G 3s * Fl R 3s * Fl G 3s * Fl R 3s * * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * * * * 6 * 6 * 5 * 5 * 6 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 White square concrete tower 1 * * 5 White square concrete tower 1 * * 6 White square concrete tower 3 * * 6 White concrete tower 3 * * * * * .Darsena de Pajaritos. Jetty. N Wall Berths. N Wall Berths.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos. Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth. Jetty. 94 23·96 W Head. No 7. No 1. 94 24·22 W Head.Darsena de Pajaritos. Head. Jetty. W side * . 94 23·97 W Head. 94 24·33 W Head. E side * * . No 4. Jetty. Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth. No 9.Darsena de Pajaritos. Jetty. Pemex 18 07·49 N Terminal Berth. W side * * . S 94 24·46 W end * * . Head.V Vol J Edition 2010/11 continued. Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth. No 2. Jetty. No 5. 94 24·21 W Head. Head.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos. W side * J4341·58 * J4341·6 * J4341·62 * J4341·64 * J4341·66 * J4341·68 * J4341·7 * J4341·72 * J4341·74 * J4341·76 * J4341·8 * J4341·82 * J4341·84 * J4341·86 * J4343 J4343·1 * . Jetty. 94 24·11 W Head. E side * . Pemex 18 07·49 N Terminal Berth. No 3.Darsena de Pajaritos.Darsena de Pajaritos. No 9. No 3.Darsena de Pajaritos. No 4. Jetty. E side * * . N Wall Berths. J4341·56 . No 1. Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth. W side * * . Pemex 18 07·48 N Terminal Berth. Jetty.Darsena de Pajaritos. No 2. 94 24·32 W Head. W side * * .9 Wk05/11 .

fl 1·5. * Iso W 4s * .Vio Island. Dir Lt 117° (FR) 17 White column 12 * * 21 White tower 8 -* * . dated 27 January 2011.Old Semaphore Tower. ec 11·5 * (fl 0·5.. red bands 18 * * 4 Yellow × on yellow pipe beacon 6 * * 4 Yellow × on yellow pipe beacon 6 * * 10 White pipe beacon 12 * * .11. L0886·3 L0954 Remove from list – ALL content policy change .Ldg Lts 140°.Public Works Building (FR) Dir LFl W 10s * Dir WRG 15 * 104 * K4811·51 . . .. light floats. Weekly Edition No. These removed AtoNs are covered by information available on the chart or ENC and are amended by weekly section II NMs and digital update files. 5. Al WR 117·4°-118·1°(0·7°).. Green % on beacon fl 0·5. * Tanjung Jati (ID) * 6 26·00 S 110 43·67 E * Mo(U)Y 15s * Mo(U)Y 15s * Mo(U) 15s * Fl G 3s * Fl R 3s * Fl G 3s 10 White beacon. Reported TE 2010. the following AtoNs are being removed from ALL volumes prior to the issue of New Editions: AIS/Racon information not pertaining to fixed light features. TE 2011 * Vis 114·5°-120·5°(6°) * F G115·3°-116·1°(0·8°). Rear. 5..No 4 . fl 1·5. LANBYs and ODAS superbuoys. A New Edition of volume L is scheduled to be available in Week 11. Red & on beacon K4711·2 . F R118·1°-118·8°(0·7°) Vis 253°-107°(214°) * K4811·5 .No 3 Tanjung Jati (ID) 20 * 6 * 6 * 13 * . * * Vol L Edition 2010/11. . Dated 03 February 2011. 100m from front 68 42·62 N 52 52·53 W Iso G 4s 30 4 Red + on white wooden mast 15 Vis 050°-230°(180°). 4. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. * 14 . TE 2011 * 5. buoys of primary navigational significance. ec 0·5) x 2. Dated 03 February 2011. Resulting from a content policy review. K1022 . F W116·7°-117·4°(0·7°). ec 11·5 * (fl 0·5. ec 0·5) x 2.Pulau Kasenga 3 02·78 S Fl W 5s 107 20·76 E (ID) * K1139·41 * K1139·425 * K1139·43 * K2866·87 . ec 11·5 * * Tanjung Jati (ID) * 6 25·96 S 110 43·51 E * * 6 26·00 S 110 43·65 E * 27 16·65 S 153 04·64 E * 27 16·63 S 153 04·42 E * 17 36·48 S 177 26·13 E 22 15·90 S 166 26·49 E 22 16·02 S 166 26·74 E * K2866·89 . Off SE Point 6 5 Beacon fl 0·3. Ra refl * (fl 0·5. fl 1·5. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. . dated 27 January 2011.V Vol K Edition 2010/11.Reknesholmen * 62 43·53 N 7 08·61 E * FR * L2463 L4341 L5870·1 Remove from list – ALL content policy review (not a navigation light) Remove from list .ALL content policy change . ec 0·5) x 2. 4. Shown 24 hours 1/8 to 15/5. Al WG 116·1°-116·7°(0·6°). large high focal plane buoys.10 Wk05/11 . Weekly Edition No.

O Yama 35 39·95 N 134 39·80 E Fl W 3s * M7287 M7325 Remove from list Etomo Ko. M7221·3 .Kyoga Misaki. 4.V Vol M Edition 2010/11. Dated 03 February 2011. dated 27 January 2011. Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. Etomo 35 32·58 N 132 58·13 E Fl(2)W 6s * M7327·5 Etomo Ko * M7331 * Izuma Nagaoga Hana 35 31·53 N 132 57·99 E .. 5. square base 9 * * * * 5. * 35 30·25 N 132 49·92 E Fl G 3s FG * Fl 3s * 16 16 * 76 * 57 12 White round concrete tower 9 * 7 White tower 14 4 * * 12 White round concrete tower 10 * 99 7 White round concrete fl 1 tower. Weekly Edition No. NE slope 35 46·63 N 135 13·41 E Fl(3)W 20s 11 3 Red tower 6 22 White round stone tower 12 TE 2011 * 147 * M7280 Shibayama Ko.Fukura Ko 37 03·72 N Fl R 4s 136 43·05 E M7270 .11 Wk05/11 .

VHF table. PART 1. VHF table.select Maritime Safety Info select View and download NMs . Delete and replace by: VHF Borgarhafnarfjall Háöxl Hvalnes HOURS OF WATCH: H24 Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 Ch 16 Ch 16 70 65°16′N 14°04′W 65°04′N 13°52′W 64°52′N 13°46′W 65°42′N 14°29′W 6.1 Wk05/11 .VI AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS Weekly Edition No. ICELAND. 2010/11 Published Wk 30/10 (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No.select Week . VHF table. 3 dated 20 January 2011) MARITIME RADIO STATIONS PAGE 97. Delete and replace by: VHF Bjolfur Godatindur Grænanípa Hellisheidi HOURS OF WATCH: H24 Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. ICELAND. 5 dated 3 February 2011 The Admiralty List of Radio Signals diagrams included in the paper version of the weekly Notice to Mariners (Section VI) are printed in black and white. a colour version of these diagrams can be downloaded from the UKHO website. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 Ch 16 70 Ch 16 64°11′N 15°46′W 63°55′N 16°37′W 64°24′N 14°32′W PAGE 99.ukho. NESKAUPSTAŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO). íSAFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO). Delete and replace by: VHF Bolafjall Ennishofdi Talknafjordur Tjaldanes Tverfjall HOURS OF WATCH: H24 Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. NP 281(1). ICELAND.pdf) VOLUME 1.select Weekly . If required.go to Selected Week Content .gov. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 Ch 16 70 66°11′N 23°19′W 65°35′N 21°19′W 65°37′N 23°49′W 65°45′N 23°32′W 66°02′N 23°18′W Ch 16 PAGE 99. HORNAFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO).select Year .select File (for example: NP286(3)-WK01-10-PAGE149_Week01_2010.uk .select PRODUCTS AND SERVICES . To obtain a colour version of these diagrams go to: www.

Taganrog. RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast).VI PAGE 99. Delete and replace by: Taganrog DSC VHF ☑ MF ☑ MMSI 002734487 ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11 Wk05/11 6. Delete and replace by: 47°12′N 38°57′E MMSI 002734487 DSC VHF MF Diagram page 207 ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11 PAGE 207. REYKJAVíK (COAST GUARD RADIO). diagram. ICELAND. TURKEY AND UKRAINE. RUSSIA (Arctic Coast). ICELAND. ROMANIA. Delete and replace by: VHF Grímsey Hofsos Steinnyjarfjall Vadlaheidi Vidarfjall HOURS OF WATCH: H24 Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. MARITIME RADIO STATIONS. Delete and replace by: VHF Háfell Klif Ch 16 70 Ch 16 63°27′N 18°52′W 63°27′N 20°17′W Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 Ch 16 70 Ch 16 Ch 16 70 Ch 16 63°58′N 21°38′W 64°50′N 23°28′W 65°37′N 24°16′W 64°51′N 23°44′W 65°06′N 22°44′W 63°52′N 22°26′W PAGE 100. row 1. BULGARIA. MRCC & MRSC. SIGLUFJÖRŒUR (COAST GUARD RADIO). Contacts table. RUSSIA. VESTMANNAEYJAR (COAST GUARD RADIO). row 1. TAGANROG. in approximate position 47°30′N 39°00′E. Delete and replace by: VHF Bláfjöll Frodarheidi Hænuvík Midfell Stykkishólmur Thorbjörn HOURS OF WATCH: H24 Icelandic Coastguard (RSDRA2010000198867. VHF table. BLACK SEA. Contacts table.2 . GEORGIA. ICELAND. MURMANSK MRCC. VHF table. Delete and replace by: 68°59′N 33°04′E MMSI 002734420 DSC VHF MF ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11 PAGE 176. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 Ch 16 Ch 16 70 Ch 16 Ch 16 70 66°33′N 17°59′W 65°53′N 19°15′W 65°55′N 20°13′W 65°46′N 18°00′W 66°15′N 15°46′W PAGE 100. VHF table. RSDRA2011000002950 & RSDRA2011000013783) 5/11 PAGE 173.

SINGAPORE. Contacts table. Insert: Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 313 Racon N Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 35°06′⋅87N 119°36′⋅70E 81988⋅5 PAGE 95. MRCC & MRSC. Delete position and replace by: 38°56′·01N 121°55′·20E Chinese Notice 1/3/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS) PAGE 175. 4 dated 27 January 2011) RADAR BEACONS PAGE 26. in approximate position 48°00′N 145°00′E. Insert: Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 301 Racon M Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 35°07′⋅34N 119°46′⋅01E 81988 PAGE 91. NETHERLANDS. Delete entry Chinese Notice 1/5/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 PAGE 91. Delete and replace by: 46°38′N 141°55′E MMSI 002733733 DSC VHF MF HF 4 MHZ Diagram page 235 ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11 VOLUME 2. Outer Shoal Lt Bn. RUSSIA (Pacific Coast). CHINA. NP 281(2). Insert: Banyan Lt Bn 1°13′⋅35N 103°41′⋅58E 995631118 Operational 6 21 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000004651) 5/11 PAGE 175. 2010/11 Published Wk 31/10 (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 52 dated 30 December 2010) MARITIME RADIO STATIONS PAGE 235. Delete VHF MF and replace by: DSC VHF MF HF ITU Supplement October 2010 (RSDRA2011000004109) 5/11 PAGE 238. 55200 Hanze Oil Field. columns 3 and 6. CHINA. 81989 Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 401. Insert MMSI 995631120 and Transmitted Message Types 6 21 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000011774) 5/11 6.3 Wk05/11 . CHINA. before Cyrene Lt Bn entry. PACIFIC COAST.VI VOLUME 1. NP 282. CHINA. row 1. MRSC Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Regional Centre). Platform F2-A Hanze. RUSSIA. 2010/11 Published Wk 10/10 (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. Insert: Lanshan Gangqu Lt Buoy No 335 Racon K Chinese Notice 1/4/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 35°05′⋅98N 119°27′⋅80E 81988⋅7 PAGE 91. PART 2. Delete entry Netherlands Notice 2/47/11 (RSDRA2011000011546) 5/11 PAGE 91. SINGAPORE. 82245 Xingang Oil Terminal Lt Buoy X1. diagram. CHINA. MARITIME RADIO STATIONS. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Regional Centre) MRSC.

Mariners are urged not to rely entirely upon radar to locate icebergs.VI PAGE 175. 4. November 2010 (RSDRA2011000004134) 5/11 ICE REPORTS PAGES 299 to 301. ADELAIDE. time. Insert MMSI 995631119 and Transmitted Message Types 6 21 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) (RSDRA2011000011774) 5/11 PAGE 177. since they are often not detected by radar alone. Wave Power Turbine Lt Buoy.4 . after Laotie Shan entry. a collaborative agreement to unify North American ice information and improve service to mariners. the International Ice Patrol (IIP) commences its annual service of providing maritime safety information on ice conditions near the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Delete 0357 1257 and replace by: 0357 0757 Government of South Australia & ITU Publication List VI. continued on next page Wk05/11 6. Gilze-Rijen. The Iceberg Limit determined by IIP will be published in daily message bulletins and graphical charts and distributed as indicated in Table 1. CIS will continue their traditional distribution mechanisms. There is no substitute for due vigilance and prudent seamanship. Navigating among icebergs inside the limit based solely on the NAIS iceberg products is strongly discouraged. Supplement No. NETHERLANDS. As the time after sighting increases. including passing vessels and reconnaissance flights. While the NAIS strives to be as accurate as possible in reporting the presence of icebergs to mariners. SWEDEN. Delete entry (former amendment 31/10) Swedish Notice 337/6948/11 (RSDRA2011000012447) 5/11 DIFFERENTIAL GPS (DGPS) PAGE 190. Göteborg Approaches. so does the probability of error in estimated positions. Delete entry and replace by: Rijen 51°37′N 4°56′E 302 200 426 120 Operational Netherlands Hydrographic Office (RSDRA2011000014020) 5/11 VOLUME 3. AUSTRALIA. the data is entered into a computer programme that predicts iceberg drift and deterioration. Reports of ice in this area originate from various sources. IIP will produce the NAIS daily iceberg warnings from February to August. Insert: Lingkun 27°58′⋅7N 120°54′⋅0E 286⋅5 200 634 635 617 162 Yes Operational 9-3 16 Chinese Notice 1/18/11 (RSDRA2011000004943) 5/11 PAGE 196. 4 dated 27 January 2011) RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS PAGE 88. When position. SINGAPORE. especially when operating near sea ice and icebergs. This probability of error is taken into account when the Iceberg Limit is determined. size and description of iceberg sightings are received. Navigational Warnings section. 2010/11 Published Wk 51/10 (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. it is not possible to assure that all icebergs are detected and reported. NP 283(2). the IIP and the Canadian Ice Service (CIS) will issue one daily iceberg analysis under the North American Ice Service (NAIS). broadcast times. The purpose of NAIS iceberg bulletins and charts is to advise mariners of the estimated iceberg extent within the region. CHINA. columns 3 and 6. Beginning in 2011. INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL. Sakijang Lt Bn. CIS will generate NAIS iceberg products for the remainder of the year. PART 2. Delete text and replace by: INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL In February of each year. Numbers within each grid sector inside the Iceberg Limit are intended to provide mariners with an awareness of the relative density of icebergs.

Access the 2-digit code service on SES as instructed in your manufacturer’s information. please include the following information: Vessel name and call sign Vessel position (lat/long) Iceberg / RT position (specify either the geographic coordinates (lat/long) or range/bearing from vessel’s stated geographic position (lat/long)) Time of sighting (UTC) Method of detection (visual. Vessels operating near the iceberg or sea ice limits are encouraged to make sea surface temperature (SST) and weather (Wx) reports even if no ice is detected. vessels are encouraged to immediately report sightings of icebergs or stationary radar targets (RT) that may likely be ice to IIP. CT: Tel: +1 860 2712626 (IIP Duty Officer 0700-1630 LT) +1 617 2238555 (after working hours) Toll free: +1 877 4237287 Fax: +1 860 2712773 (IIP Duty Officer 0700-1630 LT) +1 617 2238117 (after working hours) email: iipcomms@uscg. If SST and Wx reports are not typically filed as described above. Telephone communications are available to the IIP office throughout the year. 2. Instructions for sending INMARSAT Code 42 Warnings: INMARSAT-C (General instructions) 1.org Canadian Ice Service in Ottawa. Enter the 2-digit code of the service required (42). Vizada. The message will be forwarded.VI Between 1 February and 31 August. 6. 7. 3. radar or both) Size and shape of iceberg (see Tables 2 and 3) Sea ice concentration (in tenths) Sea ice thickness in feet or metres (specify units) Sea surface temperature (specify units) When reporting sea surface temperature and weather. If reporting ice sightings to IIP through INMARSAT C.uscg-iip. from the mariner to IIP by Vizada Satellite Services. please include the following information: Vessel name and call sign Time (UTC) Vessel position (lat/long) Course Speed Visibility Air and sea surface temperature (specify units) Barometric pressure Wind direction and speed Report ice sightings.ca Website: www.mil Website: www. ice reports should be directed to Canadian Coast Guard Radio Station. use Service Code 42 as there is no charge when using this code. Select the CES (01.nais-sgan. prepare the message. at no charge.client@ec. Using the SES text editor. ON: Tel: +1 877 7897733 Fax: +1 613 9969160 email: cis-scg. Wx and SST to COMINTICEPAT NEW LONDON CT through INMARSAT. 5. Vessels that provide routine Wx reports to METEO Washington are urged to continue to do so. US Coast Guard Communication Stations or Canadian Coast Guard Marine Communications and Traffic Services. Transmit the message. International Ice Patrol Office in New London. AOR-W).gc.org TABLE 1: NAIS BROADCASTS BY IIP (See the appropriate station entry for full broadcast details) Product Type Transmission Stations Boston (USCG) (NMF) NAVTEX Saint John’s (Canadian CG) Broadcast Times (UTC) 0045 0445 0845 1245 1645 2045 NAIS ICEBERG NAVTEX1 Special broadcast during next available time slot 1820 (winter) 2220 (summer) continued on next page Frequencies 518 kHz 6. 4. Wait for the acknowledgement from the CES.5 Wk05/11 . When reporting icebergs or stationary RT. then special reports directly to IIP every 6 hours are requested when operating within the area between latitudes 40°N and 60°N and between longitudes 39°W to 57°W. Through the remainder of the year.

nws.gov 6314 8416⋅5 12579 kHz 8416⋅5 12579 16806⋅5 kHz 2598 kHz VHF Ch 21B 83B 2598 kHz VHF Ch 21B 28B 83B NAIS ICEBERG BULLETIN Special Broadcasts Inmarsat SafetyNET Broadcasts NAIS ICEBERG CHART 1 2 Mariners should note that NAIS ICEBERG NAVTEX (Category 3) may be programmed for rejection at the receiver. To prompt email on demand send an email to ftpmail@ftpmail.org Keyword search: STNT41 KNIK 4235 6340⋅5 9110 kHz 6340⋅5 9110 12750 kHz 3855 7880 13882⋅5 kHz http://www.noaa.gov with any subject line.uscg_iip.TIF quit The email server will then automatically send a GIF or TIF formatted image of the facsimile back to the senders email.noaa.6 .noaa.gif ---or--.gif ftpmail@ftpmail.get PIEA88.nws.uscg_iip.gov/pub/fax/PIEA88. The body of the text should read as follows (please note the text is case sensitive and must be sent in plain text format): open cd fax get PIEA88.VI RADIO TELEX / SITOR Radio Telephone Boston (USCG) (NMF) (NIK via NMF) Saint Anthony (Canadian CG) Saint John’s (Canadian CG) 0030 1218 0107 0907 1907 Continuous broadcast 0007 0837 1637 2207 & as required Continuous broadcast 1200 AOR–E and AOR–W International Ice Patrol Internet Joint Airforce & Army Weather Information Network (JAAWIN) Boston (USCG) (NMF) NAIS ICEBERG CHART (NIK via NMF) RADIO FACSIMILE Offenbach (Main) / Pinneberg (See ALRS Volume 3(1) NP283(1)) International Ice Patrol Internet National Weather Service email on demand2 Updated daily by 1200 Special broadcasts of targets outside limit sent upon receipt Updated daily by 1200 Updated daily by 1200 0438 1600 1810 0930 2100 Inmarsat C SafetyNET http://www. TABLE 2: SIZE DESCRIPTIONS USED BY NAIS DESCRIPTIVE NAME Growler Bergy Bit Small Iceberg Medium Iceberg Large Iceberg Very Large Iceberg HEIGHTS (in metres) <5 1<5 5–15 16–45 46–75 >75 TABLE 3: SHAPE DESCRIPTIONS USED BY NAIS SHAPE Tabular Non-Tabular Domed Pinnacled Wedged Dry-dock Blocky Ice Island DESCRIPTION Flat topped iceberg with length-height ratio less than 5:1 Does not meet any of the characteristics below Rounded top 1 or more spires Steep vertical side on one end and sloping on the other Eroded with a U-shaped slot or channel Flat top with vertical sides Very large ice floe LENGTH (in metres) <5 5<15 15–60 61–120 121–200 >200 United States Coast Guard (RSDRA2010000209401) 5/11 Wk05/11 6. Mariners desiring to receive these NAVTEX reports must ensure that their receivers are appropriately programmed for reception.org http://weather.

com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Compliance: Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the following: (1) All vessels over 300 GT (except coastal vessels). Gulf of Khambāt (Cambay). Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. (RSDRA2011000007524). NP 286(1).aatash. (4) Other vessels as notified by the DG Shipping/Gujarat Maritime Board. AREA: (1) The VTS area comprises the entire Gulf of Khambhāt N of latitude 20°30′·00N and E of longitude 71°20′·00E. 5/11 PAGE 123. (RSDRA2010000182155). Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. 2010/11 Published Wk 15/10 (3) Ports covered by the VTS area include: (a) BHĀVNAGAR NEW PORT.. REPORTING: (1) Inward-bound vessels intending to enter the VTS area (Pre-Arrival Notice (PAN)): Vessels should call the relevant VTS Khambhāt sector on the specified VHF Channel. before HALDIA entry. section (1) (c). W of longitude 72°20′·00E. S of latitude 21°12′·20N continued on next column continued on next page 6. E of longitude 72°20′·00E. Delete and replace by: (c) Inward-bound: On passing West Bank Lt Bn (52°47′·46N 0°22′·03E) King’s Lynn Deputy Hr Mr. 2010/11 Published Wk 27/10 VTS Khambhāt North Call: VTS Khambhāt North VHF Frequency: Ch 69 VTS Khambhāt West Call: VTS Khambhāt West VHF Frequency: Ch 10 VTS Khambhāt East Call: VTS Khambhāt East VHF Frequency: Ch 09 VTS Centre Telephone: +91(0)261 6586788 +91(0)99099 03748 E-mail: vtskhambhat@aatash. 5/11 PAGE 120. stating the following information: (a) Vessel’s name (b) Call sign (c) ETA at VTS limit and approximate point of entry (d) Destination port (2) Vessels engaged in lighterage operations or in coastal trade purely inside the VTS area need not provide a PAN. after Reliance Dahej Marine Terminal (RDMT) section. Gulf of Khambhāt (b) DAHEJ (c) HĀZIRA (d) JĀFARĀBĀD (e) MAGDALLA (f) PĪPĀVĀV (g) RELIANCE SPM OFFSHORE TERMINAL. (3) Bulk carriers carrying dangerous cargo designated in the enforcement regulation of article 2 of the Maritime Traffic Safety Law. (2) The VTS is divided into 3 sectors: (a) VTS Khambhāt North: N of latitude 21°12′·20N to the coast (b) VTS Khambhāt West: N of latitude 20°30′·00N. Magdalla SERVICES: The VTS provides the following services: (1) Information Service (INS) (2) Traffic Organisation Service (TOS) (3) Navigational Assistance Service (NAS) CONTACT DETAILS: –––––––––––––––––– (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 3 dated 20 January 2011) PAGE 118. S of latitude 21°12′·20N (c) VTS Khambhāt East: N of latitude 20°30′·00N. UNITED KINGDOM.com Website: www.. (former amendment 27/10) Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. INDIA. PART 4. (RSDRA2010000182155). INDIA.VI VOLUME 6. Port Information Service. PROCEDURE. Insert new entry: GULF OF KHAMBHĀT Vessel Traffic Service 20°44′N 72°20′E See diagram GULF OF KHAMBHĀT VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE.7 Wk05/11 . –––––––––––––––––– (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. (2) Towing vessels where the length of tow exceeds 200m. E of longitude 71°20′·00E. NP 286(4). KING’S LYNN. INDIA. BHĀVNAGAR NEW PORT. 1h prior to entering the VTS area. 5/11 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLUME 6. after Port section. PART 1. DAHEJ. 4 dated 27 January 2011) PAGE 308.

all vessels transiting the VTS area shall provide the VTS of any such information concerning Safety of Navigation and pollution prevention. JĀFARĀBĀD. Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. 5/11 PAGE 124. vessels should report to the VTS on the relevant VHF Channel appropriate to the sector covering the vessel’s position: (a) When alongside at berth (b) When casting off from berth (c) Upon DLOSP (Dropping Last Outwards Sea Pilot) (d) When anchor aweigh (e) Upon RFA (Ring Full Away) (8) Outward-bound vessels upon leaving the VTS area should report to the appropriate VTS sector stating the name and ETA of the next port. (RSDRA2010000182155). INDIA. (RSDRA2010000182155).. (9) In addition to the regular reporting as listed above. Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. 5/11 PAGE 131.. 5/11 PAGE 145. 5/11 PAGE 136. INDIA. (RSDRA2010000182155).. (5) Vessels transiting the VTS area: (a) Upon entering a new sector: Vessels should call the appropriate sector on the relevant VHF Channel for sector intending to enter and report such change of sector (b) Vessels intending to anchor in the designated anchorage in the VTS area should inform such intention to the appropriate VTS sector well in advance. Magdalla. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. after Pilots and Terminal section. 5/11 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Wk05/11 6. stating the following information: (a) Vessel’s name (b) Call sign (c) Position (lat/long) at time of reporting (d) Course (e) Speed (f) MMSI/IMO No (g) Nationality (h) GT/NRT (i) LOA (j) Maximum draught (k) Last port (if loaded then also last loading port) (l) Next port (m) ETA next port (anchorage or pilot station) (n) Type of cargo on board (o) Type and quantity of dangerous cargo and pollutants on board (p) Total number of crew including Master and their nationalities (q) Master’s name and nationality (r) Details of agent if vessel bound for any port in the VTS area (s) Details of consignee if vessel bound for any port in the VTS area (t) Security level being maintained onboard (u) If all the navigational and communication equipment working satisfactorily (v) Does the vessel have any swine flu onboard? (w) Heavy Oil. INDIA.. after GULF OF KHAMBHĀT entry. (RSDRA2010000182155). Diesel Oil and Total Lub Oil ROB (4) Vessels inside the VTS area (other than vessels at berth): Such vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on the relevant VHF Channel and also on VHF Ch 16 or any other VHF Channels required by local regulations. leaving berth.. INDIA. after Pilots.9 Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. INDIA. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. 5/11 PAGE 143. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. INDIA. (RSDRA2010000182155). Port and LNG Terminal section. After anchoring in the VTS area. (RSDRA2010000182155). after Pilots and Port section. leaving harbour or leaving anchorage: Such vessels should abide by local regulation and report to respective authorities as appropriate. (7) Vessels at berth. MAGDALLA. 5/11 PAGE 123. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. HĀZIRA. Insert diagram GULF OF KHAMBHĀT VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE on page 6. NOTE: Information requested may also be provided to the VTS by the vessel’s agent. after Pilots and Port section. Insert: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GULF OF KHAMBHĀT. RELIANCE SPM OFFSHORE TERMINAL. In addition. Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. Aatash Norcontrol Ltd..VI (3) Inward-bound vessels upon entering the VTS area: Vessels should call the relevant VTS Khambhāt sector on the specified VHF Channel. Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. vessels should report on the relevant VHF Channel the following information: (i) Anchor let go position (lat/long) (ii) Time of anchoring (iii) Status of main engine (iv) ROB Heavy Oil/MDO/Lub Oil/Fresh Water (6) Vessels at anchor should maintain a continuous listening watch on the relevant VHF Channel and also on VHF Ch 16 or any other VHF Channels required by local regulations.. after Port section.8 . Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. PĪPĀVĀV. (RSDRA2010000182155).

9 .VI V6(4) KHAMBHAT V003 09/11/10 30´ 30´ 71° 30´ 72° 30´ 73° 30´ GULF OF KHAMBH†T 22° VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE VTS Limit VTS Sector Limits Reporting Line 22° Dahej Bhºvnagar 30´ VTS Khambhºt North VHF Ch 69 30´ 21°12´·20N 21°12´·20N 72°20´·00E er ffshore T PM O ce S lian Re Magdalla minal Hºzira 21° PØpºvºv Jºfarºbºd 21° VTS Khambhºt West VHF Ch 10 VTS Khambhºt East VHF Ch 09 30´ 20°30´·00N 71°20´·00E 20°30´·00N 72°20´·00E 30´ 30´ 71° 30´ 72° 30´ 73° Wk05/11 6.

section (2). Insert: NOTES: (1) Vessels equipped with a properly functioning AIS are exempt from reporting to the VTS-LMR when entering/exiting a VTS area. (ii) Marlex Terminal (naval vessels) MM99. including sea-going tows. (former amendments 40/10 and 1/11) US Coast Guard Sector New Orleans. (RSDRA2011000004383). UNITED STATES (Gulf Coast). (RSDRA2011000004383). REPORTING. Second check-in point for inland tows.7 (29°57′·20N 90°01′·68W). MISSISSIPPI RIVER. UNITED STATES (Gulf Coast). 2010/11 Published Wk 32/10 –––––––––––––––––– (Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5/11 PAGE 241.0 (29°54′·65N 90°05′·87W). First check-in point upbound for deep draught vessels. 5/11 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Wk05/11 6. (iii) Crescent Towing Smith Fleet MM93. (former amendments 40/10 and 1/11) US Coast Guard Sector New Orleans. MISSISSIPPI RIVER. (ii) Industrial Canal Forebay MM92.5 (29°57′·50N 90°02′·62W). Second check-in point upbound for deep draught vessels and first check-in point for inland tows. Second check-in point for all downbound vessels. Vessel Traffic Service.VI VOLUME 6. after REPORTING section. First check-in point for all downbound vessels.0 (29°55′·40N 89°57′·70W). (b) Vessels navigating downriver: (i) Huey P Long Bridge MM106.10 Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO . (2) Voice reporting is still required at the reporting points for the Algiers Point and 81 Mile Point Special Areas. Vessel Traffic Service. NP 286(5). Delete and replace by: (2) Vessels navigating the Algiers Point VTS Special Area should report on VHF Ch 12 when passing the following Reporting Points: (a) Vessels navigating upriver: (i) Algiers Canal Forebay MM88. PART 5. 1 dated 6 January 2011) PAGE 241.1 (29°56′·60N 90°10′·10W).

etc Details: Week Datum Edition Longitude Accuracy Ref.2 Nov 10) Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts. Number IS/IS NOT required.) Signature of observer/reporter . page & Light List No. (see Instruction 4 below.102 (ver 4.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE H. ENCs and Nautical Publications and reporting ENC display issues Date Name of ship or sender Address Tel/Fax/Telex/E-mail address of sender General Locality Subject Position (see Instruction 3 below) Latitude GPS Admiralty Charts affected Latest Weekly Edition of Notice to Mariners held Replacement copy of Chart No ENCs affected Latest Update disk held Publications affected (Edition No.) Date of latest supplement.

When requested. etc. TAI 2DN. Time and date should be given in order that corrections for the height of the tide may be made where necessary. Admiralty Way. a screen shot of the affected cell should be sent along with details of the ECDIS make and version in use at the time. or followed closely. Paper Charts: A cutting from the largest scale chart is the best medium for forwarding details. name and type of set should also be given. Mariners are requested to notify the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) (by mail: SDRA. If it is to report an issue with the display of an ENC. The echo sounding trace should be marked with times. a new copy will be sent in replacement of a chart that has been used to forward information. whenever appropriate. the raw readings of the system in use should be quoted wherever possible. If it is preferred to show the amendments on a tracing of the largest scale chart (rather than on the chart itself) these should be in red as above. Where position is derived from Electronic Position Fixing (eg LORAN C) or distances observed by radar..2 Nov 10) INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Somerset. This form is also available on the web: www. 5. UKHO. ENCs: A screen shot of the largest scale usage band ENC with the alterations and additions being shown thereon in red. the methodology of deriving the position should be included. 4. but adequate details from the chart must be traced in black ink to enable the amendments to be fitted correctly. .ukho. equipment. It should be used. It is important to state whether the echo sounder is set to register depths below the surface or below the keel. or corrections to publications are seen to be necessary. the alterations and additions being shown thereon in red. Taunton. 2). and forwarded with the report. The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) Chapter 4 gives general instructions. United Kingdom or by email: hdcfiles@ukho. more than two should be used in order to provide a redundancy check.uk) when new or suspected dangers to navigation are discovered. The make.gov. or when extensive observations have involved defacement of the observer's chart.uk/msi Accurate position or knowledge of positional error is of great importance.102 (ver 4. When position is defined by sextant angles or bearings (true or magnetic to be specified). The provisions of international and national laws should be complied with when forwarding such reports. depths. Latitude and longitude should only be used to specifically position the details when they have been fixed by GPS or Astronomical Observations.gov. Mariners can also report any ENC display issues experienced. time. changes observed in aids to navigation. Copies of this Form may be obtained gratis from the UKHO at the above address.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE Tick box if not willing to be named as source of this information H. 3. 2. A full description of the method. When soundings are obtained The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) should be consulted. This form and its instructions have been designed to help both the sender and the recipient. from other observations and/or Dead Reckoning. Where position is derived after the event. estimated error and datum (where applicable) used should be given. in the latter case the vessel's draught should be given. or from Admiralty Chart Agents (see Annual Notice to Mariners No.

. an echo recorded at 50m may be from depths of 50m.102 (ver 4. Reports on ocean currents should be made in accordance with The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) Chapter 4. Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being able to check the information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned. at the mariner's discretion. Older electromechanical echo sounders frequently record signals from echoes received back after one or more rotations of the stylus have been completed.102A and any GPS/Chart Datum observations should be forwarded on Form H. the sender's ship or name is quoted as authority unless (as sometimes happens) the information is also received from other authorities or the sender states that they do not want to be named by using the appropriate tick box on the form. H. 10. Reports of shoal soundings. uncharted dangers and aids to navigation out of order should. However. Note. Thus with a set whose maximum range is 500m. Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not be withheld. An explanation of the use made of contributions from all parts of the world would be too great a task and a further communication should only be expected when the information is of outstanding value or has unusual features. Where there is insufficient space on the forms an additional sheet should be used. (c) the feathery nature of the trace. 550m or even 1050m. When a Notice to Mariners is issued. 7. Soundings recorded beyond the set's nominal range can usually be recognised by the following: (a) the trace being weaker than normal for the depth recorded. Changes to Port Information should be forwarded on Form H.An acknowledgement or receipt will be sent and the information then used to the best advantage which may mean immediate action or inclusion in a revision in due course.2 Nov 10) For modern sets that use electronic ‘range gating’. also be made by radio to the nearest coast radio station. The draught of modern tankers is such that any uncharted depth under 30 metres or 15 fathoms may be of sufficient importance to justify a radio message.102. soundings received after one or more rotations of the stylus can still be useful and should be submitted if they show significant differences from charted depths.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE 6. the UKHO may make reproductions of any material supplied. As a check that apparently shoal soundings are not due to echoes received beyond the set's nominal range. soundings should be continued until reasonable agreement with charted soundings is reached. . 9. (b) the trace passing through the transmission line. care should be taken that the correct range scale and appropriate gate width are in use.102B together with Form H. for these purposes. 8.

WHARVES Names. Embark position.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION (To accompany Form H. Copy of Port Handbook (if available). Depths alongside. ANCHORAGES Designation. 6. ENCs and Hydrographic Publications Date Name of ship or sender Address Tel/Fax/Telex/E-mail address of sender General Locality Ref.102A (Oct 2008) Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts. NAME OF PORT 2. TUGS Number available. Number 1. Maximum size of vessel handled. shelter afforded. Regulations. GENERAL REMARKS Principal activities and trade. 4. 5. holding ground. 3. Tidal streams. 7. Latest population figures and date.102) H. PILOTAGE Authority for requests. . Navigational aids. numbers or positions & lengths. depths. Number of ships or tonnage handled per year. DIRECTIONS Entry and berthing information.

compass adjustment. (with type. e-mail address and website. 12. Ship Sanitation. machinery and underwater.102) 8. Coastguard. Shipyards. . address. H. REPAIRS Hull. telephone. tank cleaning. 13. COMMUNICATIONS Nearest airport or airfield. Ro-Ro etc. Garbage and slops.102A (Oct 2008) 11. quantities and methods of delivery) Fresh water. lighters. SUPPLIES Fuel. PORT AUTHORITY Designation.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION (To accompany Form H. RESCUE AND DISTRESS Salvage. etc. (with method of delivery and rate of supply) Provisions. SERVICES Medical. Lifeboat. (Give size of vessels handled or dimensions) Divers. hull painting. Port radio and information service. 9. Ship chandlery. Docking or slipping facilities. (with frequencies and hours of operating) 14. CARGO HANDLING Containers. 10.

Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not be withheld. 2. whenever appropriate. the sections should be used as an aide-mémoire. . leading marks.102 (full instructions for the rendering of data are on Form H. the entrance to the harbour etc. 16.102) 15. Form H. The provisions of international and national laws should be complied with when forwarding such reports. Where there is insufficient space on the form an additional sheet should be used.HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION (To accompany Form H. being used or followed closely.gov.102 .uk). VIEWS Photographs (where permitted) of the approaches. ADDITIONAL DETAILS H. If practicable the Mariner should also contact the originating Hydrographic Office when navigating on IMO Approved non-UKHO ENCs. In addition.email: hdcfiles@ukho.I02A lists the information required for Admiralty Sailing Directions and has been designed to help both sender and recipient. the Mariner's Handbook (NP100) Chapter 8 gives general instructions. 3. Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being able to check the information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned.102A (Oct 2008) Signature of observer/reporter Tick box if not willing to be named as source of this information NOTES: 1. This form is designed to assist in the reporting of any observed changes to Port Information details and should be submitted as an accompaniment to Form H.