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ADMIRALTY
NOTICES TO MARINERS
Weekly Edition 5
29 January 2015
(Published on the UKHO Website 19 January 2015)
CONTENTS
I
II

Explanatory Notes. Publications List


ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners. Updates to Standard Nautical Charts

III

Reprints of NAVAREA I Navigational Warnings

IV

Updates to ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions

V
VI

Updates to ADMIRALTY List of Lights and Fog Signals


Updates to ADMIRALTY List of Radio Signals

VII

Updates to Miscellaneous ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications

VIII

Updates to ADMIRALTY Digital Products and Services

For information on how to update your ADMIRALTY products using ADMIRALTY Notices to
Mariners, please refer to NP294 How to Keep Your ADMIRALTY Products Up--to--Date.
Mariners are requested to inform the UKHO immediately of the discovery of new or suspected
dangers to navigation, observed changes to navigational aids and of shortcomings in both paper
and digital ADMIRALTY Charts or Publications.
The Hydrographic Note Form (H102) should be used to forward this information and to report any
ENC display issues.
H102A should be used for reporting changes to Port Information.
H102B should be used for reporting GPS/Chart Datum observations.
Copies of these forms can be found at the back of this bulletin and on the UKHO website.
The following communication facilities are available:
Notices to Mariners Website:

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Urgent navigational information:

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GUIDANCE NOTES FOR THE USE OF ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS


ON THE UKHO WEBSITE
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www.ukho.gov.uk/msi or the searchable NM Website www.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch The latest
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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:
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website (www.adobe.com).
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Enter the www.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch website and select the search option that you require
following the on screen instructions:

Search NMs by - Chart Number only


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

To view the NM, NM Note or full-colour NM Blocks, click on the relevant link.
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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
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FURTHER GUIDANCE NOTES
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additional detail includes:
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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 users 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 users 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.
Section I - Publications List
At the beginning of the Publications List is an index of ADMIRALTY Charts affected by the Publications List. Thereafter
there are a number of standard lists which contain details and announcements concerning charts and publications relevant for
the particular Weekly Notice. Full details of how to use the various lists contained in Section I are available in NP294.
Special Announcements and Errata are occasionally included at the end of this Section.
Section IA - Temporary and Preliminary (T&P) Notices
A list of T&P Notices in force (along with a list of those cancelled during the previous month), is included in the Weekly NM
each month (see below).
Section IB - Current Hydrographic Publications
Information about Hydrographic Publications including the current edition numbers is included in the Weekly NM at the end
of March, June, September and December.
Section II - Updates to Standard Nautical Charts
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 olderstyle 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 in NP5011. 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.
T&P 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. Associated diagrams are reproduced with Blocks at the end of Section II.
Original Information. A star (*) adjacent to the number of a notice indicates that the notice is based on original
information.
Section III - Navigational Warnings
NAVAREA I Navigational Warnings in force at the specified time quoted in the header are reprinted in Section III. It is
recommended that this reprint should be kept in a file or book, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most
convenient ADMIRALTY Chart is quoted. The full text of all Warnings in force is included in Weeks 1, 13, 26 and 39 each
year.
Section IV - Sailing Directions
Updates to all 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 (NP247(2)). A list of updates in force is published in Section IV of
the Weekly Edition quarterly. Updates may be cut out and pasted/changed directly into the book or alternatively it is
recommended that updates are kept in a file with the latest list of updates in force on top. The list should then be consulted
when using the parent book to see if any changes, affecting the area under consideration, are in force. It is not recommended
that changes be stuck in the parent book.
Section V - Lights
Updates to all the List of Lights are given in Section V and may be published in an earlier edition than the chart-updating
notice. The entire entry for each light updated will be printed (including minor changes) and an asterisk (*) will denote which
column contains a change. 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 appropriate volume. 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 updates 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. When a light is affected by a separate chart-updating notice, its Light List number is always
included in the relevant text contained in Section II. The range of a light is normally the nominal range, except when the
responsible authority quotes luminous or geographical range - see special remarks for ranges used by each country.

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Section VI - Radio Signals
Updates to all the Radio Signals are given in Section VI. When a chart-updating notice is issued for information that is also
included within the 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 update to the service details. The updates in
Section VI should be cut out and pasted into the appropriate volumes.
Section VII - Miscellaneous Publications
Updates to the following selected miscellaneous Nautical Publications are contained in Section VII.
NP100
The Mariners Handbook
NP133A Paper Chart Maintenance Record
NP231
ADMIRALTY Guide to the Practical Use of ENCs
NP294
How to Keep your ADMIRALTY Products Up-to-date
NP136
Ocean Passages for the World
NP350(1) ADMIRALTY Distance Tables Atlantic Ocean
NP350(3) ADMIRALTY Distance Tables Pacific Ocean
NP350(2) ADMIRALTY Distance Tables Indian Ocean
NP735
IALA Maritime Buoyage System
NP5011
Symbols and Abbreviations used on ADMIRALTY Paper Charts
NP5012
ADMIRALTY Guide to ENC Symbols used in ECDIS
All Tides Publications
Nautical Almanac Publications, including Sight Reduction Tables.
Section VIII ADMIRALTY Digital Products and Services
Information relevant to ADMIRALTY Digital Products and Services.
Further Guidance
The Mariners 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 How to Keep Your ADMIRALTY Products Up-to-date (NP294). All users are advised to study these
publications.
CAUTIONARY NOTES
Updating
Updating information is published by Weekly Notices to Mariners supplemented by navigational 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 within nautical
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 aids to navigation.
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 updated 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 Mariners Handbook (NP100). This applies to both paper and digital (ADMIRALTY Raster
Chart Service and ENC) versions of charts.

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Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List
Admiralty Chart
73
108
266
267
343
345
356
521
598
599
841
879
898
941A
1055
1163
1280
1282
1283
1286
1287
1353
1358
1644
1907
1940
2012
2388
2389
2414
2470
2491
2991
3283
3469
3490
3507
3896
3900
3901
3902
4123
8013
8014

Admiralty Chart
Aus
Aus
INT
INT
INT
JP
JP

292
776
1634
1901
3360
1112A
1112B

Errata
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus

2662
157
328
722
741
742
743

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE
NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Admiralty Charts published 29 January 2015
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Folio

2015 Catalogue page

~598

Brazil - East Coast, Porto de Vitria and Porto de Tubaro.


20 1590 S. 20 2110 S., 40 2140 W. 40 1300 W.
Porto de Vitria.
20 1910 S. 20 1970 S., 40 2110 W. 40 1920 W.

1:15,000

95

118, 120

1:50,000

95

118, 120

1:50,000

52

82

1:25,000

52

82

1:50,000

95

118

1:7,500

One of a series of New Charts providing improved coverage of


Porto de Vitria and Porto de Tubaro.
~599

Brazil - East Coast, Approaches to Vitria and Tubaro.


20 0650 S. 20 3300 S., 40 2100 W. 40 0270 W.
One of a series of New Charts of Brazilian waters providing
improved coverage of the approaches to Vitria and Tubaro on the
withdrawal of Chart 521.

~1286

China - Bo Hai - Liaodong Wan, Approaches to Panjin Gang and


Yingkou Gangqu.
40 4800 N. 40 2180 N., 121 4850 E. 122 1100 E.
Yingkou Gangqu.
40 4300 N. 40 4050 N., 122 0930 E. 122 1630 E.

1:50,000

Provides improved coverage of the approaches to Panjin Gang and


Yingkou Gangqu.
~1287

China - Bo Hai - Liaodong Wan, Panjin Gang.


40 4550 N. 40 3243 N., 121 5575 E. 122 0700 E.
Provides improved coverage of the approaches to Panjin Gang.

~2012

Brazil - Southern Coast, Approaches to Porto do Rio Grande.


32 0400 S. 32 2100 S., 52 1100 W. 51 4000 W.
Additional to existing chart cover; provides improved coverage of
the approaches to Porto do Rio Grande.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE
NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Admiralty Charts published 29 January 2015 (continued).
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Folio

2015 Catalogue page

~2414

Singapore to Song Sai Gon and the Gulf of Thailand.


0 450 N. 14 115 N., 99 000 E. 107 490 E.

1:1,500,000

47

66, 68, 70, 72, 76

1:1,500,000

46

66, 68, 70, 72, 88

1:500,000

45

66

1:500,000

45

66

1:500,000

45

66, 68

A new metric chart replacing existing Chart 2414, providing


improved coverage of the Gulf of Thailand and its approaches. This
chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.
Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 1418(P)/14,
4972(P)/14 and 5218(T)/14.
~2470

Indonesia and Malaysia, Singapore Strait to Selat Sunda including


Java Sea.
2 100 N. 11 200 S., 104 000 E. 112 500 E.
One of a series of new metric charts providing improved coverage
of the Archipelagic Sea Lanes through the waters of Indonesia. This
chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.

~3900

Indonesia and Thailand, Pulau Rondo to Tanjung Jamboaye.


5 0000 N. 7 5300 N., 94 2800 E. 98 5800 E.
One of a series of new metric charts covering the Malacca Strait
published jointly by the UK Hydrographic Office and the
Hydrographic Office of Indonesia. This chart is referred to WGS84
Datum.

~3901

Indonesia and Malaysia - Malacca Strait, Tanjung Jamboaye to


Permatang Sedepa (One Fathom Bank).
2 4800 N. 5 4200 N., 97 0000 E. 101 3000 E.
One of a series of new metric charts covering the Malacca Strait
published jointly by the UK Hydrographic Office and the
Hydrographic Office of Indonesia. This chart is referred to WGS84
Datum.

~3902

Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore - Malacca Strait, Permatang


Sedepa (One Fathom Bank) to Singapore Strait.
0 2000 N. 3 1500 N., 99 3000 E. 104 0000 E.
One of a series of new metric charts covering the Malacca Strait
published jointly by the UK Hydrographic Office and the
Hydrographic Office of Indonesia. This chart is referred to WGS84
Datum.

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE
NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Admiralty Charts published 29 January 2015.
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Folio

2015 Catalogue page

~73
INT1901

International Chart Series, Spain - South West Coast, Puerto De


Huelva and Approaches.
Punta Umbria.

1:25,000

18

40

1:200,000

26, 32

1:200,000

26, 28, 32

1:22,000

50

78

1:10,000

52

82

52

84

1:15,000

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes


to lights, buoyage and port installations.
~266

North Sea, North Sea Offshore Charts - Sheet 11.


Includes changes to depths and general updating throughout.
Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 4673(P)/14
is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notices 2458(P)/14 and 2493(T)/13. This chart remains
affected by Notice 5653(T)/14.

~267

North Sea, North Sea Offshore Charts - Sheet 10.


Includes changes to depths and general updating throughout.
Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 4673(P)/14
is cancelled. This chart remains affected by Notices 129(P)/14,
2236(P)/14 and 5653(T)/14.

~345

China - South China Sea - Daya Wan, Huizhou Gang.


Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to depths within the main channels and changes to coastline.

~841

China - Huang Hai, Lanshan Gangqu Gangchi.


Includes changes to depths, coastline and works.
Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 212(P)/15.

~898

Korea, Ports on the East Coast of Korea.


A Ulsan and Mipo.
B Pohang and Approaches.
C Muko.

1:25,000
1:35,000
1:15,000

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new


anchorage areas and changes to depths, obstructions, coastline and
works.
Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 4484(P)/14
is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 3090(P)/14.

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE
NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Admiralty Charts published 29 January 2015 (continued).
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Folio

2015 Catalogue page

~1055

Aegean Sea - Greece and Turkey, Rhodes Channel and Gkova


Krfez.

1:150,000

29

48, 50

1:10,000

52

86

1:50,000

52

82

1:25,000

30

1:25,000

30

1:50,000
1:10,000

12

32

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new


submarine cables and automatic identification systems.
~1163

Korea - South Coast, Busan New Port.


35 0585 N. 35 0240 N., 128 4400 E. 128 5040 E.
Includes changes to depths and new port developments. The chart
limits have been revised.
Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 4796(P)/14
is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 3090(P)/14. This chart remains affected by
Notice 2484(T)/14.

~1283

China - East Coast, Dafeng Gang and Approaches.


Includes changes to depths, coastline and port developments from
the latest Chinese Government charts.
Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 5084(P)/14
is cancelled.

~1907
INT1634

International Chart Series, Scotland - West Coast, Little Cumbrae


Island to Cloch Point.
Loch Striven, NATO Fuel Jetty.

1:10,000

Includes changes to depths, submarine cable and general updating


throughout.
Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 2738(P)/14.
~2491

Scotland - West Coast, Ardrossan to Largs.


Includes changes to depths, new submarine cable and general
updating throughout.
Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 2738(P)/14. This chart remains affected by Notice
2080(P)/14.

~3507

Norway - South East Coast, Jomfruland to Risr.


Krager Havn
Includes changes to depths and lights. (A modified reproduction of
Norwegian chart 6).

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED
ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 12 FEBRUARY 2015
New Admiralty Charts
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

1280

China - Bo Hai Liaodong Wan, Approaches to Bayuquan


Gangqu and Xianrendao Gangqu.
40 2450 N. 40 0750 N., 121 3600 E. 122 1015 E.

1:50,000

1262, 1232

52

1:16,000

52

1:50,000

83

1:34,000

95

1:30,000

95

Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

One of a series of charts providing improved coverage of the


approaches to Bayuquan Gangqu and Xianrendao Gangqu.
1282

China - Bo Hai, Bayuquangangqu Gangchi.


40 1950 N. 40 1400 N., 121 5630 E. 122 0725 E.
One of a series of charts providing improved coverage of the inner
port of Bayuquan.

3896

United States - Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, Approaches to Port


Fourchon.
29 0950 N. 28 5217 N., 090 2800 W. 089 5800 W.
Port Fourchon.
29 0950 N. 29 0420 N., 090 1460 W. 090 1070 W.

1:25,000

Additional to existing chart cover; provides improved coverage of


the approaches to Port Fourchon.
8013

Port Approach Guide Rio de Janeiro.


22 4450S. 23 0250S., 431772W. 43 0500W.
A new chart to assist with passage planning in the Approaches to
the Port of Rio de Janeiro.

8014

Port Approach Guide Porto De Santos.


23 5200S. 24 0793S., 462421W. 46 1290W.
A new chart to assist with passage planning in the Approaches to
Porto de Santos.

New Editions of Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

108

England - East Coast, Approaches to The Wash.


Wells - Next - The - Sea.

1:75,000
1:30,000

108

1:75,000

343

47

Includes changes to depths from British Government Surveys.


343

China - South Coast, Zhujiang Kou.


Includes changes to depths and coastline throughout.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED
ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 12 FEBRUARY 2015
New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Folio

356
INT3360

International Chart Series, Italy - West Coast, Approaches to


Genova.

1:30,000

356
INT3360

26

1:50,000
1:10,000
1:15,000
1:15,000

879

12

1644

30

1940

89

2388

Includes changes to reporting points and restricted area limits. (A


modified reproduction of INT3360 published by Italy.)
879

Sweden and Norway, Southern Approaches to Strmstad.


Strmstad.
A Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg.
B Continuation to Sarpsborg.
Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to buoyage, depths, lights, outfalls, restricted areas, submarine
cables, submarine pipelines, radio reporting lines, wrecks.

1644

Mediterranean Sea, Ports and Anchorages on the South-west Coast


of Turkey.
A Bodrum.
36 59661 N. 37 02200 N., 27 24669 E. 27 26540 E
B Gllk and Asin.
C Marmaris.
D Yediadalar.
36 5105 N. 36 5320 N., 27 5931 E 28 0398 E.
E Fethiye.
F Data.
G Gek.

1:10,000
1:25,000
1:25,000
1:25,000
1:25,000
1:25,000
1:15,000

Includes changes to depths, coastline, submarine cables and


buoyage. Panels A and D limits have been revised to provide
improved coverage of the approaches to Bodrum.
1940

Mexico - Pacific Ocean Coast, Salina Cruz and Approaches.


A Salina Cruz.
B Inner Approaches to Salina Cruz.
C Outer Approaches to Salina Cruz.

1:12,500
1:20,000
1:80,000

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes


to depths, lights, coastline, harbour developments, and buoyage.
2388

1:25,000
1:25,000
1:7,500

Scotland - West Coast, Loch Etive and Approaches.


A Continuation of Loch Etive.
B Dunstaffnage Bay to Connel Bridge.
Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
survey.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED
ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 12 FEBRUARY 2015
New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

1:25,000
1:7,500

2389

1:75,000

3283

3490

4123

50

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

2389

Scotland - West Coast, Loch Linnhe Southern Part.


Glensanda Harbour.
Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
survey.

3283

British Isles, Shetland Islands, South Sheet.


Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
surveys.

3490

4123

England - West Coast, Port of Liverpool.


Panel A
Panel B
Includes changes to depths from the latest Mersey Docks and
Harbour Company surveys.

1:15,000
1:15,000

1:15,000

China - Hong Kong, Urmston Road.


Includes changes to depths and coastline from the latest Hong
Kong surveys. (A modified reproduction of Hong Kong Chart
1503).

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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CHARTS TO BE AVAILABLE 12 FEBRUARY 2015
New Charts
Reproductions of Japan Coast Guard Charts
(Publication dates of these charts reflect the dates shown on the Japan Coast Guard Charts)
Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

JP1112A

Nippon - Seto Naikai - Hiroshima Wan, Eastern Part of Hiroshima


Ko.

1:15,000

3469

54

1:15,000

54

One of a series of Dual Badged charts produced by the Japanese


Hydrographic & Oceanographic Department and printed by
UKHO. Provides improved coverage of the eastern part of
Hiroshima on the withdrawal of Chart 3469. NB: the plan of
Iwakuni is not being replaced.
JP1112B

Nippon - Seto Naikai - Hiroshima Wan, Western Part of


Hiroshima Ko.
One of a series of Dual Badged charts produced by the Japanese
Hydrographic & Oceanographic Department and printed by
UKHO. Provides improved coverage of the western part of
Hiroshima.

New Editions
Reproductions of Australian Government Charts
(Publication dates of these charts reflect the dates shown on the Australian Government Charts)

Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

Aus292

Australia - Torres Strait Queensland, Adolphus Channel to


Prince of Wales Channel.

1:75,000

Aus292

66

1:150,000

Aus776

65

Includes general updating throughout.


Aus776

Australia - South Coast, South Australia, Williams Island to


Winceby Island.
Includes general updating throughout.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN
Admiralty Charts
Chart to be
WITHDRAWN

Main Title

On publication of
New Chart/New Edition

73
INT1901

International Chart Series, Spain - South West Coast, Puerto De Huelva and
Approaches.

~73
INT1901

266

North Sea Offshore Charts - Sheet 11.

~266

267

North Sea Offshore Charts - Sheet 10.

~267

345

China - South China Sea - Daya Wan, Huizhou Gang.

~345

521

Brazil East Coast, Porto de Vitria and Porto de Tubaro.

~598, ~599

841

China - Huang Hai, Lanshan Gangqu Gangchi.

~841

898

Korea, Ports on the East Coast of Korea.

~898

941A

Eastern Archipelago, Singapore Strait to Java Sea.

~2470

1055

Aegean Sea - Greece and Turkey, Rhodes Channel and Gkova Krfez.

~1055

1163

Korea - South Coast, Busan New Port.

~1163

1283

China - East Coast, Dafeng Gang and Approaches.

~1283

1353

Malacca Strait, Tanjung Jamboaye to Permatang Sedepa (One Fathom Bank).

~3901

Note: On withdrawal this chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected
by Notice 938(T)/13.
1358

Malacca Strait, Permatang Sedepa (One Fathom Bank) to Singapore Strait.

~3902

Note: On withdrawal this chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected
by Notices 938(T)/13, 3961(T)/13 and 4880(P)/14.
1907
INT1634

International Chart Series, Scotland - West Coast, Little Cumbrae Island to


Cloch Point.

~1907
INT1634

2414

Singapore to Song Sai Gon and the Gulf of Thailand

~2414

2491

Scotland - West Coast, Ardrossan to Largs.

~2491

2991

China Bo Hai Liaodong Wan, Yingkou Gangqu and Rongxing Gangqu.

~1286, ~1287

Note: On withdrawal of this chart former Notice 5972(T)/09 is cancelled.


3507

~3507

Norway - South East Coast, Jomfruland to Risr.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


1.15

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ERRATA
Amended Tracings
The UKHO has re-issued the tracings for the following NMs. The tracing re-issues contain amendments to factual information that the
UKHO does not deem navigationally significant. The original textual NM is unaffected. To obtain replacement tracings, please contact your
ADMIRALTY Chart Agent.
Week

Notice

Chart/Tracing

52/14

5777/14

2662

03/15

262/15

Aus157

Publication Dates for Reproductions of Australian Government Charts


Please note that the reproductions of Australian charts Aus328, Aus722, Aus741, Aus742 and Aus743, previously announced in P-Weekly
02-15 should have a publication date of 05/12/2014.

~ denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX

(6)

2.8
British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8 2.9
North Russia, Norway, The Froe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9 2.11
Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11 2.12
North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . 2.12 2.13
France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.13 2.14

(7)

North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(8)

Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14

(9)

Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(10)

Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(11)

Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18

(12)

Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18

(13)

Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.20

(14)

China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.20

(15)

Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(16)

Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.29

(17)

Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.29

(18)

Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.30

(19)

New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(20)

Pacific Ocean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31

(21)

Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31

(22)

West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(23)

Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(24)

East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(25)

Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32

(26)

East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(27)

T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5

2.1

2.16
2.17 2.18

2.19
2.29

2.32

2.35
2.35 2.38
2.40 2.46

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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS

Notice No.

Page

Admiralty Chart Folio

Notice No.

Page

Admiralty Chart Folio

486
487
488*
489
490*
491
492
493(T)/15
494
495
496
497
498(P)/15
499
500
501
502*
503*
504
505
506(T)/15
507
508
509
510
511
512*
513
514(P)/15
515
516
517
518(T)/15
519
520
521
522
523(P)/15
524
525
526
527
528
529(P)/15
530(P)/15
531(T)/15
532(P)/15
533*
534*
535(P)/15
536
537
538
539
540*
541
542

2.20
2.21
2.8
2.9
2.8
2.21
2.13
2.44
2.20
2.22
2.14
2.30
2.43
2.22
2.15
2.35
2.12
2.13
2.32
2.11
2.41
2.23
2.23
2.24
2.25
2.15
2.8
2.32
2.46
2.33
2.14
2.33
2.44
2.26
2.33
2.17
2.26
2.40
2.18
2.5
2.10
2.33
2.33
2.44
2.45
2.45
2.45
2.15
2.15
2.46
2.35
2.31
2.31
2.13
2.9
2.36
2.11

52
47
2
13
7
52
16
47, 48, 58, 59
46
52
25
63
50
50
26
81
6, 7
6, 7
83
10
40
47
50
52
50
25
6, 7
83
87
87
16, 17
87
52
52
83
34
47
13
45
95
13
83
83
71
71
71
70
24
30
88
81
89
89
9
8
81
10

543
544*
545
546*
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558(T)/15
559*
560
561
562
563
564(P)/15
565(T)/15
566
567
568
569*
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579(P)/15
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588*
589
590(P)/15
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599

2.12
2.11
2.27
2.17
2.36
2.12
2.18
2.34
2.34
2.34
2.34
2.15
2.34
2.36
2.31
2.44
2.18
2.14
2.27
2.30
2.52.6
2.42
2.40
2.36
2.27
2.37
2.9
2.29
2.16
2.37
2.37
2.19
2.62.7
2.35
2.37
2.28
2.41
2.31
2.28
2.7
2.29
2.28
2.8
2.32
2.28
2.9
2.16
2.40
2.38
2.16
2.38
2.19
2.19
2.35
2.16
2.29
2.29

10
15
47
34
78
10
20
83
88
83
88
25
87
81
73
52
40
1, 16
50
63
48, 58, 60
41
10
81
47
81
1
56
28, 29, 30
79
80
43
31
87
79
50
40
90
50
40
52
47
47
91
47
6
24
34
81
30
79
43
43
83
25
48
50

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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED

Admiralty Chart No.


20
90
175
236
274
278
291
306
344
351
575
588
590
591
595
682
699
702
806
817
820
821
822
829
838
842
850
851
882
903
911
928
942A
942B
943
950
1033
1034
1054
1065
1076
1099
1104
1123
1124
1126
1144
1179
1199
1201
1209
1212
1213
1253
1277
1292
1383
1392
1400
1407
1409
1416
1555
1604
1605
1612
1629
1649
1698

Notices
Notices

Admiralty
Admiralty Chart
Chart No.
No.

560
594
512
571
502
503
503
590P
585
500
595
537
538
537
546
564P
564P
555
519
594
543
543
533
594
533
524
592
592
570
542
542
493T
563
563
563
493T
514P, 515
514P, 515
571
558T
488
571
516
488
508, 561
578
508, 561
488
578
486, 519
509
597
511
486, 519
553
516
546
521
535P
512
503
563
522, 545
498P
498P
490
517, 576
493T
569

1699
1700
1701
1721
1722
1738
1759
1761
1785
1868
2056
2069
2074
2151
2182B
2182C
2230
2283
2356
2409
2443
2444
2489
2492
2575
2576
2633
2634
2642
2643
2647
2649
2653
2655
2670
2675
2676
2677
2680
2710
2745
2785
2786
2807
2837
2851
2858
2860
2861
2862
2864
2886
2887
2889
2936
2941
2942
2948
3003
3008
3098
3111
3136
3137
3150
3151
3178
3179
3204

2.3

Notices
549
554
496
599
510
499, 599
499, 578
510
588
493T
494
574, 595
592
540
502
502
575
575
560
581
506T
506T
566
591
563
493T
592
534
495
560
560
560
518T
560
591
560
505
505
565T
541
492
494
563
501
506T, 582
582
506T
591
541
494
536
506T
506T
506T, 579P
563
563
548
563
489
526
535P
535P, 551
544
544
527
520
506T
506T, 579P
568

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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED

Admiralty Chart No.


3248
3268
3348
3365
3378
3382
3403
3459
3482
3483
3520
3553
3555
3559
3686
3691
3709
3723
3749
3780
3841
3850
3851
3854
3858
3875
3892
3951
3971
3989
4119
4122
4209
4507
4508
4653
4657
4734
4745
4785
4789
4791
4792
4928
4951

563
539
545
583
491
596
589
568
584
493T
559
523P, 526
526
598
536
556
559
559
563
579P
528
552
513
504
550
487, 587
545
579P
525
567
507
507
546
493T
493T
557
557
547
573
577
572
593
593
586
580

Australian
Chart No.
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus
Aus

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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

Notices
4
26
301
309
316
722

497
562
497
562
562
562

New Zealand
Chart No.
NZ
NZ
NZ
NZ
NZ
NZ

International
Admiralty
Chart No.
Chart No.

Notices
Notices

46
463
4314
4633
5612
8655

Notices
530P
530P
531T
530P
529P
532P

2.4

209
507
508
550
551
653
657
750
1015
1017
1041
1042
1063
1070
1237
1238
1290
1297
1299
1322
1333
1353
1455
1504
1505
1610
1708
1736
1756
1800
1805
2087
2806
2814
2881
3216
3350
5252
7017
7200
7211
7226
7229
7230
7232
7238
7239
7243
7319
7430

Notices
546
493T
493T
584
493T
557
557
506T
544
544
502
502
560
560
543
543
565T
505
505
542
542
548
539
503
512
488
560
569
492
560
516
546
546
590P
521
589
511
583
506T, 582
559
506T, 579P
506T
506T, 579P
579P
506T
506T
506T
506T
564P
594

II
525

MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

3971

2909/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 550


Insert magenta limit and chart number, 550, as follows:
North: 22 1940S. East: 41 3650W.
South: 22 2800S. West: 41 5070W.
Delete magenta limit and reference, See Plan A, in position
22 2115S., 41 4890W.
Delete plan A, MACA
Delete plan within SOURCES diagram

563

MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

942A

3249/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert magenta limit and chart reference, 3922 (see Note - POSITIONS), as follows:
North: East: South: 1 320S.
West: 127 360E.
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 2788, in position 1 310S., 126 420E.

942B

3544/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert magenta limit and chart reference, 3922 (see Note - POSITIONS), as follows:
North: East: 130 290E.
South: 1 320S.
West: Replace existing note, CHARTS 2909, 2916, 2992, 2994, 3747, 3749, 3751 AND 3753:
POSITIONS, with accompanying note, POSITIONS, centred on
1 200N., 134 550E.
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 2788, in position 1 310S., 129 270E.

943

297/15

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert magenta limit and chart reference, 3922 (see Note - POSITIONS), as follows:
North: 3 000N.
East: South: West: 127 360E.
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 2788, in position 2 470N., 126 420E.

1416

3568/13

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert accompanying note, CHART 3922: POSITIONS, within notes panel

2575

1524/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert magenta limit and chart reference, 3922 (see Note - POSITIONS), as follows:
North: 3 000N.
East: South: West: 127 360E.
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 2788, in position 2 484N., 126 414E.

2786

3141/13

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Replace existing note, CHART 2788 AND 3248: POSITIONS, with accompanying note,
CHART 3248: POSITIONS, within title panel

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MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS (continued)

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

2936

605/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Amend chart reference in E border at latitude 1 000S. to read, Adjoining Chart 3922.
Replace existing note, CHARTS 942A AND 2788: POSITIONS, with accompanying
note, CHART 942A: POSITIONS, centred on 3 325S., 124 132E.
Delete reference, Adjoining Chart 2788 (see Note - POSITIONS), in N border at
longitude 126 500E.

2941

4703/13

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Insert chart reference, Adjoining Chart 3922, in E border at latitude 1 000S.
Replace existing note, CHARTS 942A, 943, 2575 AND 2788: POSITIONS, with
accompanying note, POSITIONS, centred on 0 466N., 128 076E.
Delete reference, Adjoining Chart 2788 (see Note - POSITIONS), in N border at
longitude 127 200E.

2948

254/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Amend chart reference in E border at latitude 2 250N. to read, Adjoining Chart 3922.
Replace existing note, CHARTS 2575 AND 2788: POSITIONS, with accompanying
note, CHART 2575: POSITIONS, centred on 4 545N., 127 305E.
Delete reference, Adjoining Chart 2788 (see Note - POSITIONS), in S border at
longitude 127 050E.

3248

860/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Amend chart references in W border at latitudes 0 500S. and 1 000N. to read,
Adjoining Chart 3922 (see Note - POSITIONS).
Amend chart reference to read, 1420 (see Note - POSITIONS), in position
0 442S., 131 183E.
Replace existing note, CHARTS 2786 AND 3749: POSITIONS, with accompanying
note, POSITIONS, centred on 1 194S., 132 220E.

3749

3827/13

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3922.


Amend chart reference in N border at longitude 129 000E. to read, Adjoining Chart
3922.
Amend chart reference in position 1 370S., 130 480E. to read, 1420.
Replace existing note, CHARTS 942A, 942B, 1420, 2788, 3248 AND 3742:
POSITIONS, with accompanying note, POSITIONS, centred on 1 393S., 132 375E.

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MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

2230

4334/14

Wk05/15

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 2285


Delete magenta limit and chart number, 2285, in position 43 119N., 27 599E.

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MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS (continued)

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

2283

3604/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Charts 2285, 2286 and 2287


Insert magenta limit and chart number, 2285, as follows:
North: 43 1630N.
East: 28 0930E.
South: 43 0765N.
West: 27 5123E.
Insert magenta limit and chart number, 2286, as follows:
North: 43 1341N.
East: 27 5710E.
South: 43 1000N.
West: 27 4986E.
Insert magenta limit and chart number, 2287, as follows:
North: 43 1250N.
East: 27 5114E.
South: 43 1080N.
West: 27 3844E.
Delete former magenta limit and chart reference, 2285 (see Note POSITIONS), in
position 43 1183N., 27 5986E.
Delete note, CHART 2285: POSITIONS, centred on 43 2289N., 27 5044E.

582

MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

2837
INT 7017

343/15

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 3523


Insert magenta limit and chart number, 3523, as follows:
North: 24 136N.
East:
South:
West: 57 130E.
Delete former magenta limit and chart number, 3523, in position
24 129N., 57 128E.

2851

1133/14

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Charts 3522 and 3523


Insert magenta limit and chart number, 3522, as follows:
North: 24 000N.
East: 59 000E.
South: 23 253N.
West: 58 023E.
Insert magenta limit and chart number, 3523, as follows:
North: 24 136N.
East: 58 106E.
South: 23 390N.
West: 57 130E.
Delete former magenta limit and chart number, 3522, in position:
23 591N., 58 579E.
Delete former magenta limit and chart number, 3523, in position:
24 125N., 58 087E.

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MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS

Source: UKHO
Chart

Previous Update Details

344

323/15

Effective from 22/01/15 on publication of Chart 349


Insert magenta limit and chart number, 349, as follows
North: 22 4270N.
South: -

East: West: 113 3875E.

488*
WALES - South Coast - Burry Port S - Light.
Light List Vol. A, 2014/15, 5356
Source: Carmarthenshire County Council
Chart 1076 [ previous update New Edition 13/11/2014 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend

range of light to, 6M

51 4062N., 4 1505W.

Chart 1123 [ previous update 5405/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 6M

51 407N., 4 151W.

Chart 1179 (INT 1610) [ previous update 4316/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 6M

51 4061N., 4 1508W.

490*
SCOTLAND - East Coast - Eyemouth Harbour - Hare Point NE - Buoy.
Source: Eyemouth Harbour Master
Chart 1612 (panel I, Eyemouth Harbour) [ previous update 4754/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block showing changes to buoyage, centred


on:

55 5262N., 2 0524W.

512*
SCOTLAND - East Coast - Chapel Point NE - Buoyage.
Source: CEFAS
Chart 175 [ previous update 4010/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Gf Fl(5)Y.20s (2 buoys)

55 5879N., 2 2456W.

Chart 1407 (INT 1505) [ previous update 361/15 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Insert

Wk05/15

Gf Fl(5)Y.20s (2 buoys)

55 5879N., 2 2456W.

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540*
ENGLAND - East Coast - River Thames - Gallions Reach - Depths.
Source: Port of London Authority
Chart 2151 (Inset A) [ previous update 4626/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

depth, 55

Delete

depth, 69 , close N of:

(a) above

depth, 58 , close E of:

(a) above

(a)

51 30343N., 0 04986E.

569*
ENGLAND - South Coast - Dover - Southern Breakwater W - Obstructions.
Source: UKHO
Chart 1698 (INT 1736) [ previous update 5482/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

8+ Obstn
8&+ Obstn

51 06720N., 1 19640E.
51 06849N., 1 19695E.

588*

SCOTLAND - West Coast - Isle of Lewis - Branahuie Bay SE and Loch Inver W - Submarine cable. Depths.
Note.
Source: UKHO
Note: Chart 1785 is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notice 2736(P)/14.
Chart 1785 [ previous update 5155/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Replace

Delete

submarine cable,

, joining:

the accompanying note, SUBMARINE CABLES, centred on:


depth, 41, enclosed by 50m contour
(a)
depth, 52, with depth, 38, enclosed by 50m contour
depth, 69 , with depth, 62
depth, 40, with depth, 31
depth, 72, close NE of:

58 1227N., 6 1866W. (shore)


58 1217N., 6 1837W.
58 1028N., 6 1736W.
58 0900N., 6 1502W.
58 0737N., 6 0950W.
(S border)
58 1295N., 6 2775W.
58 1014N., 5 2451W.
58 0876N., 5 2418W.
58 0817N., 5 2126W.
58 0846N., 5 2173W.
(a) above

489
NORWAY - West Coast - Gandsfjorden - Sandvika - Depth. Rock.
Source: Norwegian Notice 24/52620/14
Chart 3003 [ previous update 4254/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

depth, 15, with

7 , enclosed by 10m contour


1

2.9

58 52275N., 5 45787E.

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526

NORWAY - West Coast - Selbjrnsfjorden to Bergen - Bergen, Raunefjorden and and Selbjrn NW Submarine cables. Light. Perch.
Light List Vol. B, 2014/15, 3770
Source: Norwegian Notices 24/52631, 52660 and 52668/14
Chart 3008 [ previous update 4533/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

submarine cable,

, joining:

60 23483N., 5 15521E.
(existing pipeline)
60 23550N., 5 15550E.
60 23750N., 5 15400E.
60 23890N., 5 15450E.
60 23960N., 5 15650E.
60 23990N., 5 16040E.
60 23880N., 5 17340E.
60 23670N., 5 17940E.
60 23530N., 5 18100E.
60 23420N., 5 18120E.
60 23260N., 5 18030E.
60 23210N., 5 18040E.

Chart 3553 [ previous update 5421/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Delete

submarine cable,

, joining:

VQ.G, and associated symbol, iron perch

60 2347N., 5 1552E. (shore)


60 2389N., 5 1545E.
60 2399N., 5 1604E.
60 2388N., 5 1734E.
60 2367N., 5 1794E.
60 2321N., 5 1804E. (shore)
and
60 1416N., 5 1006E. (shore)
60 1466N., 5 0939E.
60 1553N., 5 0976E.
60 1589N., 5 0964E.
60 1626N., 5 0911E.
60 1720N., 5 0996E.
60 1729N., 5 1050E.
60 1744N., 5 1116E.
60 1892N., 5 1201E.
60 1990N., 5 1195E. (shore)
60 0028N., 5 0744E.

Chart 3555 [ previous update 5152/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Wk05/15

submarine cable,

, joining:

60 2347N., 5 1552E. (shore)


60 2389N., 5 1545E.
60 2399N., 5 1604E.
60 2388N., 5 1734E.
60 2367N., 5 1794E.
60 2321N., 5 1804E. (shore)

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544*
ARCTIC OCEAN - Svalbard - Note.
Source: The Office of the Governor of Svalbard
Chart 3136 (INT 1017) [ previous update 136/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

the existing note, NATURE RESERVES, with the


accompanying note, PROTECTED AREAS, centred on:

80 562N., 8 293E.

Chart 3137 (INT 1015) [ previous update 136/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Replace

the existing note, NATURE RESERVES, with the


accompanying note, PROTECTED AREAS, centred on:

75 081N., 10 400E.

505
POLAND - Approaches to winoujcie - Zachodnia Mielizna NE - Lights.
Light List Vol. C, 2014/15, 2672.3 and 2672.5
Source: Polish Notice 51-52/878/14
Chart 2676 (INT 1299) (panel C winoujcie) [ previous update 4082/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Oc.WR.6s13m2M
Oc.G.6s13m2M

53 56235N., 14 16818E.
53 55914N., 14 16959E.

Chart 2677 (INT 1297) [ previous update 4852/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Oc.WR.6s13m2M
Oc.G.6s13m2M

53 5624N., 14 1682E.
53 5591N., 14 1696E.

542
SWEDEN - West Coast - Malm - Swede Harbour N - Marine farm. Buoyage.
Source: Swedish Notice 526/10049/14
Chart 903 (INT 1333) [ previous update 96/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Buoyed

55 3901N., 13 0054E.

Chart 911 (INT 1322) [ previous update 191/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Delete

J;

55 39014N., 13 00539E.
55 39023N., 13 00518E.
55 39024N., 13 00531E.
55 39006N., 13 00567E.
55 39001N., 13 00558E.

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543
SWEDEN - East Coast - Lindalen nedre SW - Submarine cable.
Source: Swedish Notice 526/10038/14
Chart 820 (INT 1238) [ previous update 406/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

submarine cable,

, joining:

59 2524N., 18 2896E.(shore)
59 2527N., 18 2913E.
59 2530N., 18 2914E. (
)

Chart 821 (INT 1237) [ previous update 5573/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

submarine cable,

, joining:

59 2524N., 18 2896E.(shore)
59 2527N., 18 2913E.
59 2530N., 18 2914E. (
)

548
GERMANY - Baltic Coast - Kieler Bucht - Schleimnde - Maritime limit.
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only
Chart 2942 (INT 1353) [ previous update 357/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

maritime limit, firm line, joining:

54 3922N., 9 5887E.
54 3922N., 10 0397E.
54 4127N., 10 0397E.
54 4127N., 9 5887E.

502*
NORTH SEA - United Kingdom Sector - Mungo Oil Field SE - Wells.
Source: Serica Energy plc
Chart 274 [ previous update 5765/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

82, Well
82, Well

57 2186N., 2 0539E.
57 2020N., 2 0570E.

Chart 2182B (INT 1042) [ previous update 471/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Well
Well

57 219N., 2 054E.
57 202N., 2 057E.

Chart 2182C (INT 1041) [ previous update 409/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

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Well
Well

57 219N., 2 054E.
57 202N., 2 057E.

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503*
NORTH SEA - United Kingdom Sector - Golden Eagle Oil & Gas Field - Restricted area.
Source: Health and Safety Executive
Chart 278 [ previous update 451/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (027M),

centred on:

57 5527N., 0 5429W.
Manifold)
(

109-

Chart 291 [ previous update 220/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (027M),

centred on:

57 5527N., 0 5429W.
(
Manifold)

109-

Chart 1409 (INT 1504) [ previous update 361/15 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Insert

circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (027M),

centred on:

57 5527N., 0 5429W.
Manifold)
(

109-

539
GERMANY - North Sea Coast - The Elbe - Mhlenberger Loch - Depths.
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only
Chart 3268 (INT 1455) (panel A, Schulau to Teufelsbrck) [ previous update 324/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

depth, 03

53 3222N., 9 4750E.

depth, 04
Delete

(a)

53 3269N., 9 4765E.

depth, 11

53 3233N., 9 4760E.

depth, 07 , close SW of:

(a) above

492

FRANCE - North Coast - Roscoff - Harbour limit. Anchor berths. Buoy. Swinging circles. Legends. Berths.
Signal stations. Reported anchorages. Anchorage area. Note.
Source: French Notice 47/55/14
Chart 2745 (INT 1756) (panel A, Roscoff) [ previous update New Edition 20/06/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing new harbour limit, buoy and


amendments to anchorage area, legends, berths and signal
stations, centred on:
semi-circular limit of swinging circle, pecked line, joining:
(a)
(b)
(c)
legend, Reserved Anchorage (see Note), within:

48 4306N., 3 5775W.
48 43839N., 3 56939W.
(NE border)
48 43691N., 3 56882W.
48 43641N., 3 56672W.
(NE border)
(a)-(c) above

Chart 2745 (INT 1756) [ previous update New Edition 20/06/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing new harbour limit, buoy,


anchor berths, swinging circles and amendments to reported
anchorages, restricted area and legends, centred on:
the accompanying note, RESERVED ANCHORAGE,

2.13

48 4358N., 3 5720W.
within title panel

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516
SPAIN - North Coast - Bilbao N - Buoy.
Source: Spanish Notice 52/328/14
Chart 1104 [ previous update 5782/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Pf Q(5)Y ODAS

43 384N., 3 024W.

Chart 1292 (INT 1805) [ previous update 76/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Delete

Pf Q(5)Y .20s3M ODAS

43 3839N., 3 0238W.

560
FRANCE - West Coast - Passage du Fromveur - Kron - Light.
Light List Vol. A, 2014/15, 1850
Source: French Notice 52/55/14
Chart 20 [ previous update 5782/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend

range of light to, 17/14M

48 263N., 5 015W.

Chart 2356 [ previous update 5782/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 17/14M

48 2624N., 5 0155W.

Chart 2643 (INT 1800) [ previous update 374/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Amend

legend to, R.14M, centred on:

48 2549N., 5 0156W.

Chart 2647 (INT 1708) [ previous update 5782/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Amend

legend to, R.14M, centred on:

48 2548N., 5 0154W.

Chart 2649 (INT 1063) [ previous update 75/15 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 17/14M

48 262N., 5 015W.

Chart 2655 [ previous update 5782/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 17/14M

48 262N., 5 015W.

Chart 2675 (INT 1070) [ previous update 5782/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM


Amend

range of light to, 17/14M

48 263N., 5 014W.

496
SPAIN - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Benicarl E - Buoy.
Source: Spanish Notice 52/330/14
Chart 1701 [ previous update 454/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

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E; Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS

40 246N., 0 277E.

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500

ITALY - West Coast - Chiavari - Convento delle Monache W - Coastline. Depths. Lights. Rocks. Slipway.
Unsurveyed area. Reclamation area. Works. Breakwater.
Light List Vol. E, 2014/15, 1257, 1257.2 and 1257.4
Source: Italian Notice 22.7/14
Chart 351 (panel C, Chiavari and Lavagna) [ previous update 1930/14 ] MONTE MARIO 1940 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing new unsurveyed area,


reclamation area, and amendments to coastline, breakwater,
lights, slip, depths, works and rocks, centred on:

44 1876N., 9 1918E.

511
ITALY - Sardegna - Isola La Maddalena - La Maddalena SE - Buoyage.
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain Copies Only
Chart 1213 (INT 3350) [ previous update 338/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace
Delete

GYwith
o JYo Fl(2)6s
JYo Fl(2)6s

41 1256N., 9 2562E.
41 1256N., 9 2662E.

533*
ALGERIA - Port of Arzew - Jete du Large NE - Buoy.
Source: GDF Suez Global Energy
Chart 822 [ previous update 1662/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

GWr Q(3)10s

35 5167N., 0 1634W.

Chart 838 [ previous update 4025/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

GWr Q(3)10s

35 51668N., 0 16341W.

534*
ISRAEL - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Gaza W - Well.
Source: UKHO
Chart 2634 [ previous update 946/13 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well

31 337N., 33 526E.

554
SPAIN - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Cabo Roig SW - Campoamor - Light.
Light List Vol. E, 2014/15, 0144
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only
Chart 1700 [ previous update 454/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend

light to, Fl(2)G.5s8m5M

37 539N., 0 448W.

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571
GREECE - Nsos Rdos - Rdos E - Depth.
Source: UKHO
Note: This update is included in New Editions 183, published 22nd January 2015 and 1055, published 29th January 2015.
Chart 236 [ previous update 464/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

depth, 126, enclosed by 200m approximate contour

36 254N., 28 220E.

Chart 1054 [ previous update 464/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 126, enclosed by 200m approximate contour

36 2539N., 28 2198E.

Chart 1099 [ previous update 464/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 126, enclosed by 200m approximate contour

36 254N., 28 220E.

589
TUNISIA - Chebba NE - Wreck.
Source: French Notice 46/126/14
Chart 3403 (INT 3216) [ previous update 5189/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

PA

35 170N., 11 080E.

592
CYPRUS - South Coast - Cape Kiti S and Ayia Napa S - Depths.
Source: UKHO
Note: This update is included in New Edition 183, published 22nd January 2015.
Chart 850 [ previous update 3484/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

depth, 229

34 2585N., 33 4524E.

Chart 851 [ previous update 1502/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 302, enclosed by 1000m approximate contour

34 4791N., 33 5979E.

Chart 2074 [ previous update 3484/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 302, and extend 1000m approximate contour NW to


enclose
depth, 439, enclosed by 1000m approximate contour

34 479N., 33 598E.
34 173N., 33 359E.

Chart 2633 [ previous update 2636/13 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 302, enclosed by 1000m approximate contour

34 479N., 33 598E.

597
ITALY - Sardegna - La Maddalena - Banchina Torpediniere - Alongside depth. Depths.
Source: Italian Notices 24.8/14 and 24.32/14
Chart 1212 (panel, La Maddalena) [ previous update 295/15 ] WGS84 DATUM

(2 )

Insert

alongside depth,

Delete

depth, 36 , close E of:

(a) above

depth, 42 , close SW of:

(a) above

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2.16

41 12798N., 9 24754E.

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521
BENIN - Port de Cotonou - Digue Ouest SE - Works. Maritime limit.
Source: French Notice 52/146/14
Chart 1392 (INT 2881) (panel D, Port de Cotonou) [ previous update 2397/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

maritime limit, pecked line, joining:

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Delete

legend, Works in progress (2014), centred on:


charted detail, within:

6 20540N., 2 25977E.
(breakwater)
6 20538N., 2 26072E.
6 20482N., 2 26075E.
6 20484N., 2 25948E.
(maritime limit)
6 20497N., 2 26118E.
(a)-(d) above

546*
GHANA - Jubilee Oil Field NE - Submarine pipeline. Moored storage tanker.
Source: Ghana Maritime Authority
Note: Former Notice 4444(P)/12 is cancelled
Chart 595 (INT 2087) [ previous update 5723/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

submarine pipeline,

, joining:

(a)

(b)
legend, Gas (see Note - PIPELINES), along:

4 582N., 2 321W. (shore)


4 563N., 2 324W.
4 548N., 2 337W.
4 445N., 2 494W.
4 372N., 2 534W.
(a)-(b) above

Chart 1383 (INT 2806) [ previous update 5814/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

submarine pipeline,

, joining:

(a)

(b)
legend, Gas (see Note - PIPELINES), along:

4 585N., 2 320W. (shore)


4 563N., 2 324W.
4 548N., 2 337W.
4 445N., 2 494W.
4 372N., 2 534W.
(a)-(b) above

Chart 4209 (INT 209) [ previous update 274/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

{Jubilee Terminal

4 360N., 2 534W.

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549
MAURITANIA - Port Minaralier de Cansado - Point Central S - Buoy. Depth. Jetty. Dolphin.
Source: French Notice 52/144/14
Chart 1699 (panel B, Minaralier de Cansado) [ previous update New Edition 27/01/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

jetty, single firm line, joining:


jetty, double firm line, width 22m, joining:

20 4907N., 17 0234W.(shore)
20 4862N., 17 0219W.
(a) above
20 4842N., 17 0223W.

depth, 06

20 4880N., 17 0234W.

(a)

Delete

20 4836N., 17 0222W.

depth, 06

20 4895N., 17 0229W.

20 4872N., 17 0222W.

Chart 1699 [ previous update New Edition 27/01/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

jetty, single firm line, joining:


(a)

R, close NW of:

20 4906N., 17 0234W.(shore)
20 4862N., 17 0219W.
20 4842N., 17 0223W.
20 4836N., 17 0222W.
(a) above

559*
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Port of Fujairah (Fujayrah) N - Buoy.
Source: Harbour Master, Port of Fujairah
Chart 3520 (INT 7200) [ previous update 4707/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

G;f Fl.Y.10s F1

25 1842N., 56 2276E.

Chart 3709 [ previous update 4707/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

G;f Fl.Y.10s F1

25 1842N., 56 2276E.

Chart 3723 [ previous update 4707/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

G;f Fl.Y.10s F1

25 1842N., 56 2276E.

524
BAY OF BENGAL - Great Nicobar Island - Pulo Kunji W - Depth.
Source: Indian Chart 4183
Chart 842 [ previous update 1886/13 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Wk05/15

depth, 185 , enclosed by 20m contour

7 0155N., 93 3587E.

2.18

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574
INDIA - East Coast - Tranquebar NE - Harbour limit.
Source: Indian Chart 3029
Chart 2069 [ previous update 4358/14 ] INDIAN DATUM
Insert

harbour limit, pecked line, joining:


(a)
(b)

legend, Tirukkadaiyur Port Limit, along:

11 050N., 79 515E. (shore)


11 055N., 79 526E.
11 055N., 79 561E.
11 032N., 79 561E.
11 032N., 79 527E.
11 043N., 79 515E. (shore)
(a)-(b) above

594
BANGLADESH - Coxs Bazar SW - Restricted area.
Source: Bangladesh NM 32 of 2014
Chart 90 [ previous update 1815/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

limit of restricted area,

, joining:

21 080N., 91 200E.
21 080N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 200E.

Chart 817 (INT 7430) [ previous update 3330/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

limit of restricted area,

, joining:

21 080N., 91 308E.
(W border)
21 080N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 308E.
(W border)

Chart 829 [ previous update 1815/14 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM


Insert

limit of restricted area,

, joining:

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

, within:

21 080N., 91 200E.
21 080N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 320E.
20 510N., 91 200E.
(a)-(d) above

595
INDIA - East Coast - Approaches to Karaikal - Karaikal SE - Wreck.
Source: Indian Notice 1/32/15
Chart 575 (panel A, Approaches to Karaikal and Na- gappattinam) [ previous update 2026/14 ] INDIAN DATUM
Insert

PA

10 4962N., 79 5308E.

Chart 2069 [ previous update 574/15 ] INDIAN DATUM


Insert

PA

10 496N., 79 531E.

2.19

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494

INDONESIA - Sumatera - T. Penet S and SE - Storage tanker. Submarine pipeline. Restricted area.
Anchorage area.
Light List Vol. K, 2014/15 0929.7
Source: Indonesian Notice 37/364/14
Chart 2056 [ previous update 5140/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

{
submarine pipeline,

(a)

, joining:

circular limit of restricted area, radius 1M,

(a) above
5 1757S., 105 4994E. (shore)

, centred on:

limit of anchorage area, pecked line, joining:

5 2651S., 105 5651E.

(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)

, within:

(a) above
5 2750S., 105 5750E.
5 2750S., 105 5850E.
5 2883S., 105 5850E.
5 2883S., 105 5750E.
(b)-(e) above

Chart 2785 [ previous update 2548/14 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM


Insert

{
submarine pipeline,

(a)

, joining:

5 265S., 105 565E.


(a) above
5 176S., 105 500E. (shore)

5 281S., 105 580E.

Chart 2862 [ previous update 5379/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

{
submarine pipeline,

(a)

, joining:

5 265S., 105 565E.


(a) above
5 176S., 105 500E. (shore)

5 281S., 105 580E.

486

CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Rizhao Gang NE - Approaches to Huangjiatang Wan - Dongjiakou Gangqu Lights. Buoyage. Legends. Radar beacons.
Light List Vol. F, 2014/15, 3808.602, 3808.605 and 3808.607
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15: 81992.6, 81992.7 and 81992.9 (50/14)
Source: Chinese Notice 45/1551/14
Chart 1201 [ previous update 5062/14 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing new buoyage, legends and


radar beacons, centred on:

35 242N., 119 570E.

Chart 1253 [ previous update 5586/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Wk05/15

the accompanying block, showing new lights, legends,


buoyage and radar beacons, centred on:

2.20

35 279N., 119 528E.

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487
VIETNAM - Approaches to Hai Phong - Xuy Nong Chao (les Norway) W - Buoy.
Source: VMS-North Notice 283/14
Chart 3875 [ previous update 177/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

G;f Fl(3+1)Y.12s3M NV

20 3830N., 107 0145E.

491

CHINA - Bo Hai - Qinhuangdao - West Port, Xinkaihe Kou and East Port - Depths.
Obstructions.
Source: Chinese Chart 11713
Chart 3378 (panel, Qinhuangdao) [ previous update 5645/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

depth, 118

(a)

39 5464N., 119 3545E.

depth, 109

(b)

39 5466N., 119 3577E.

depth, 115

(c)

39 5448N., 119 3585E.

depth, 117

(d)

39 5439N., 119 3569E.

depth, 101

(e)

39 5431N., 119 3570E.

depth, 56

(f)

39 5557N., 119 3708E.

depth, 59

(g)

39 5530N., 119 3731E.

depth, 47 , enclosed by 5m contour

39 5468N., 119 3832E.


39 5552N., 119 3869E.

depth, 13
depth, 144

(h)

39 5512N., 119 4013E.

depth, 136

(i)

39 5568N., 119 4057E.

11",
11&, Obstn
Obstn

Delete

39 5516N., 119 3971E.


39 5528N., 119 3982E.

depth, 134 , close S of:

(a) above

depth, 116 , close SE of:

(b) above

depth, 133 , close W of:

(c) above

depth, 132 , close NE of:

(d) above

depth, 111 , close NW of:

(e) above

depth, 82 , close N of:

(f) above

depth, 79 , close S of:

(f) above

depth, 86 , close NW of:

(g) above

depth, 169 , close N of:

(h) above

depth, 147 , close W of:

(i) above

2.21

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495
CHINA - Bo Hai - Jingtang Gangqu - Basin No 4 and Inner Fairway - Buoyage. Lights.
Light List Vol. F, 2014/15, 3933.41, 3933.42 and 3933.43
Source: Chinese Notice 50/1781/14
Chart 2642 [ previous update 87/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

Move

Fl.4s9m7M

39 1259N., 119 0133E.


39 1308N., 119 0224E.

Iso.R.4s7m7M
GVq Q(6)+LFl.15s No 403
I]b Q.G No 410-1
G\d Q.R No 405
I]b Fl(2)G.6s No 412, from:

39 1281N., 119 0174E.


39 1252N., 119 0127E.
39 1281N., 119 0256E.
39 1298N., 119 0241E.
39 1310N., 119 0310E.
39 1320N., 119 0330E.

to:

G\d Fl(2)R.6s No 407, from:

39 1326N., 119 0295E.


39 1337N., 119 0315E.

to:
Delete

G\d Fl(2)R.6s No 403


former G\d Q.R No 405

39 1251N., 119 0136E.


39 1262N., 119 0175E.

499

CHINA - East Coast - Dong Hai - Haimen Gang E, Jiaotong Yang W and Matou Yang W - Depths. Jetties.
Overhead cable. Buoyage. Light. Piles. Coastline. Dry docks.
Light List Vol. F, 2014/15, 3682.1
Source: Chinese charts 13642, 13581 and Chinese Notice 49/1745/14
Chart 1738 (panel A, Haimen Gang) [ previous update 5760/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,


jetties, overhead cable, piles, coastline and dry docks, centred
on:

28 4149N., 121 2685E.

Chart 1738 [ previous update 5760/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

jetty, single firm line, joining:

28 4164N., 121 2813E. (shore)


28 4154N., 121 2812E.
28 4155N., 121 2804E.

symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,


Al.Oc.BuY.3s
Amend

light to, Fl.3s32m7M

28 3025N., 121 3832E.


28 3032N., 121 2868E.
28 5754N., 121 4822E.

Chart 1759 [ previous update 327/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Amend

Wk05/15

range of light to, 7M

28 575N., 121 482E.

2.22

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507
CHINA - South Coast - Hong Kong - Stonecutters Bridge NW - Depths.
Source: Hong Kong Notice 26/59/14
Chart 4119 [ previous update 186/13 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

depth, 152 , with depth, 148 , enclosed by 15m contour

22 19596N., 114 06766E.

Chart 4122 [ previous update 447/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Replace

depth, 152 , with depth, 148 , enclosed by 15m contour

22 19596N., 114 06766E.

508

CHINA - East Coast - Yangshan Gang Main Channel - Automatic Identification Systems. Buoyage.
Note.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15; (5/15)
Source: Chinese Notice 50/1783/14
Chart 1124 [ previous update 418/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

the existing note with the accompanying note, VIRTUAL AIS,


centred on:

30 5444N., 121 3915E.

Chart 1144 [ previous update 5700/14 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

G\d Fl(2)R.6s Y10


G\d Q.R Y12

30 3397N., 122 0912E.

(a)
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, Safe water topmark, V-AIS
Y9
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, Starboard-hand lateral
topmark, V-AIS Y11
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, Starboard-hand lateral
topmark, V-AIS Y13
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, Port-hand lateral topmark, VAIS Y14
Automatic Identification System, AIS, at Y12 light-buoy
Replace

Ib] Fl.G.4s Y5, with symbol, Virtual aid to navigation,


Starboard-hand lateral topmark, V-AIS Y5

2.23

30 3530N., 122 0614E.


30 3357N., 122 1148E.
30 3439N., 122 0937E.
30 3515N., 122 0767E.
30 3567N., 122 0573E.
(a) above

30 3326N., 122 1524E.

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509
CHINA - Bo Hai - Longkou Gang - Wai Hangdao NW and W - Pilot boarding places. Depths.
ALRS Vol. 6(6), 2014/15: (4/15)
Source: Chinese Chart 11891
Chart 1209 [ previous update New Edition 18/12/2014 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

No 2

37 40231N., 120 12131E.

depth, 94 , enclosed by 10m contour

37 39494N., 120 12299E.

No 3

37 38780N., 120 13549E.

depth, 75

(a)

37 38708N., 120 12698E.

depth, 98 , and extend 10m contour NW to enclose

(b)

37 38277N., 120 11799E.

(c)

37 38242N., 120 11105E.

No 1

37 38281N., 120 11720E.

depth, 106
depth, 98 , enclosed by 10m contour

37 37715N., 120 10866E.

Replace

depth, 126 , with depth, 116

37 38224N., 120 10732E.

Delete

former

No 2

37 40513N., 120 11562E.


(a) above

depth, 9, close S of:


depth, 98 , close SE of:

(b) above

depth, 128 , close W of:


former

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(c) above

No 1

37 38215N., 120 10448E.

2.24

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510

CHINA - East Coast - Haitan Haixia, Tangyu Beishuidao and Nanri Qundao - Haitan Jiao to Cao Yu, Cao Yu
to Tang Yu, Daao Yu to Xiluopan Dao and Dongluopan Dao S Submarine power cables.
Source: Chinese Notices 46/1595-1596/14
Note: This update will be included in New Edition 1733 published 22nd January 2015.
Chart 1722 [ previous update 5428/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

submarine power cable,

, joining:

25 2450N., 119 4459E. (shore)


25 2285N., 119 4324E. (shore)
and
25 2431N., 119 4487E. (shore)
25 2223N., 119 4334E. (shore)
and
25 2136N., 119 4229E.
25 2095N., 119 4224E.
25 2080N., 119 4210E. (shore)
and
25 2073N., 119 4204E. (shore)
25 2061N., 119 4193E.
and
25 2148N., 119 4265E. (shore)
25 2093N., 119 4248E.
25 2065N., 119 4261E.
25 2048N., 119 4261E.
25 2041N., 119 4195E.
and
25 1586N., 119 3412E. (shore)
25 1524N., 119 3456E. (shore)
and
25 1448N., 119 3512E. (shore)
25 1270N., 119 3423E.
(S border)

Chart 1761 [ previous update 5654/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


submarine power cable,

, joining:

2.25

25 245N., 119 446E. (shore)


25 229N., 119 433E. (shore)
and
25 243N., 119 449E. (shore)
25 223N., 119 434E. (shore)

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519

CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Rizhao Gang - Dong Gangqu W, Dongxigangqu Channel S and Lanshan Gangqu
N - Spoil ground. Radio reporting line. Depths. Rock. Legend.
Source: Chinese Chart 12571
Chart 806 [ previous update 4092/14 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

depth, 104

35 2173N., 119 3279E.


35 1724N., 119 3633E.

depth, 5, enclosed by 5m contour


depth, 56 , and extend 10m contour to enclose

35 1724N., 119 3653E.

depth, 67 , and extend 10m contour to enclose

35 1735N., 119 3670E.

Chart 1201 [ previous update 486/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

depth, 5, enclosed by 5m contour


depth, 21 , enclosed by 5m contour

(a)

35 1517N., 119 2837E.

depth, 142 , with seabed type, R

35 0981N., 119 3433E.

radio reporting line, inbound and outbound, pecked line


joining:

Delete

35 1724N., 119 3633E.

(b)
(c)

circular limit of spoil ground, radius 0.54M, pecked line,


centred on:
legend, Rizhao VTS, along:
depth, 116 , close SE of:

35 1588N., 119 2437E. (shore)


35 0994N., 119 4319E.
(existing limit)
35 1101N., 119 3939E.
(b)-(c) above
(a) above

Chart 1253 [ previous update 486/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

depth, 5, enclosed by 5m contour


depth, 142 , with seabed type, R

35 172N., 119 363E.


35 098N., 119 343E.

radio reporting line, inbound and outbound, pecked line


joining:

circular limit of spoil ground, radius 0.54M, pecked line,


centred on:
legend, Rizhao VTS, along:

(a)
(b)

35 159N., 119 243E. (shore)


35 099N., 119 432E.
(existing limit)
35 110N., 119 394E.
(a)-(b) above

522
CHINA - South Coast - Xiachuan Dao W - Obstruction. Buoy.
Source: Chinese Notice 51/1801/14
Chart 1555 [ previous update 271/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk05/15

Obstn
GYo Fl(2)5s

21 374N., 112 249E.


21 370N., 112 245E.

2.26

II
545

CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Zhanjiang Gang - Naozhou Dao NE Virtual aid to navigation.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15: (3/15)
Source: Chinese Notice 11/344(T)/14
Chart 1555 [ previous update 522/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, V-AIS

21 022N., 111 127E. (

Chart 3348 [ previous update 4392/14 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, V-AIS

21 0219N., 111 1265E. (

Chart 3892 [ previous update New Edition 08/01/2015 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, V-AIS

21 022N., 111 127E. (

561
CHINA - East Coast - Yangshan Gang Main Channel - Waihou Men Dao - Radar beacon.
Light List Vol. F, 2014/15, 3717.752
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15: 81771.5 (4/15)
Source: Chinese Notice 51/1792/14
Chart 1124 [ previous update 508/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

radar beacon, Racon (M), at light

30 3560N., 122 0569E.

Chart 1144 [ previous update 508/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

radar beacon, Racon (M), at light

30 3560N., 122 0569E.

567
VIETNAM - Gulf of Tongking - Baie du Brandon - Cap Falaise E - Wreck.
Source: Hydropac 3845/14
Chart 3989 [ previous update 1967/14 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

PA

19 070N., 105 490E.

2.27

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578
CHINA - East Coast - Luojia Shan E - Buoyage. Virtual aid to navigation.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15: (4/15)
Source: Chinese Notice 51/1794/14
Chart 1126 [ previous update 318/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,


Al.Oc.BuY.3s No 1
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Oc.BuY.3s No 2
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, isolated danger topmark, VAIS

29 5983N., 122 3288E.


29 5960N., 122 3288E.
29 5972N., 122 3288E.

Chart 1199 [ previous update 80/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,


Al.Oc.BuY.3s (2 buoys)
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, V-AIS, at light-buoy

(a)

29 5972N., 122 3288E.


(a) above

(a)

29 5972N., 122 3288E.


(a) above

Chart 1759 [ previous update 499/15 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM


Insert

symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,


Al.Oc.BuY.3s (2 buoys)
symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, V-AIS, at light-buoy

581
TAIWAN - West Coast - Wang-An Kang-Tao - Peng-Hu Tao W - Radar beacon.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2014/15: 80855(4/15)
Source: Taiwanese Notice 202/14
Chart 2409 [ previous update 310/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

radar beacon, Racon(D), at buoy

23 3235N., 119 3146E.

584
SOUTH CHINA SEA - Hon Bai Canh S - Wreck.
Source: Hydropac 3838/14
Note: This update is included in New Edition 2414, published 29th January 2015.
Chart 3482 (INT 550) [ previous update 43/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

PA

7 559N., 106 555E.

587
VIETNAM - North East Coast - Chenal Du Chteau Renaud NE - Le Cne N - Depths.
Source: VMS-North Notice 323/14
Chart 3875 [ previous update 487/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Wk05/15

depth, 11, and associated 10m contour with depth, 91

2.28

20 5816N., 107 1705E.

II
599

CHINA - East Coast - Taizhou Liedao - Xiadachen Dao SW - Virtual aid to navigation.
Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notices 51/1795/14 and 51/1827(T)/14
Chart 1721 [ previous update 327/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, isolated danger topmark, VAIS


symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck-marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 1
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck-marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 2

28 2241N., 121 5070E.


28 2278N., 121 5083E.
28 2228N., 121 5063E.

Chart 1738 [ previous update 499/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

symbol, Virtual aid to navigation, isolated danger topmark, VAIS


symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck-marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 1
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck-marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 2

28 2241N., 121 5070E.


28 2285N., 121 5087E.
28 2232N., 121 5066E.

570
KOREA - East Coast - Samcho k Hang - Pilot boarding place.
Source: ENC KR4G1J30
Chart 882 [ previous update 5680/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

37 2567N., 129 1287E.

583
KOREA - South Coast - Geomundo to Daeheuksan Gundo and Jejudo - Geogeumdo - Wreck. Depths.
Source: Korean Notice 50/1011/14
Chart 3365 (INT 5252) [ previous update 445/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Delete

10!, Wk

(a)

34 3772N., 127 0973E.

depth, 153

(b)

34 3012N., 127 1318E.

depth, 134 , close SW of:

(a) above

depth, 225 , and associated 20m contour, close N of:

(b) above

598
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS - Luzon - West Coast - Bolinao N - Obstruction.
Source: UKHO
Chart 3559 (panel, Bolinao Harbour) [ previous update 4991/14 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Move

Obstn Rep(1990), from:

16 2484N., 119 5326E.


16 2495N., 119 5332E.

to:

2.29

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497

AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gulf of Carpentaria - Albatross Bay and Port of Weipa - Depths. Legend.
Wreck.
Source: Australian Notices 25/1221/14 and 25/1222/14
Chart Aus 4 [ previous update 4748/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and


legends, centred on:

12 399S., 141 373E.

Chart Aus 4 (panel, Port of Weipa) [ previous update 4748/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

20!, Wk

12 40045S., 141 50695E.

Chart Aus 301 [ previous update 78/15 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and


legend, centred on:

12 347S., 141 359E.

562
AUSTRALIA - Northern Territory - Beagle Gulf - Fenton Patches to Lorna Shoal - Depths.
Source: Australian Notice 24/1162/14
Chart Aus 26 [ previous update New Edition 21/11/2014 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

depth, 193 , enclosed by 20m contour

12 1672S., 130 3029E.

Chart Aus 309 [ previous update 5026/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert
Delete

depth, 193 , and extend 20m contour NW to enclose

(a)

12 167S., 130 303E.

depth, 193 , and extend 20m contour N to enclose

(b)

12 205S., 130 152E.

depth, 197 , close SE of:

(a) above

depth, 215 , close E of:

(b) above

Chart Aus 316 [ previous update 4179/11 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert
Delete

depth, 193 , and extend 20m contour NW to enclose

(a)

12 167S., 130 303E.

depth, 193 , and extend 20m contour N to enclose

(b)

12 205S., 130 152E.

depth, 197 , close SE of:

(a) above

depth, 188 , close S of:

(b) above

Chart Aus 722 [ previous update New Edition 05/12/2014 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
Replace
Delete

Wk05/15

depth, 193 , and extend 20m contour NW to enclose

(a)

12 1672S., 130 3029E.

depth, 193 , enclosed by 20m contour

12 2046S., 130 1523E.

depth, 148 , enclosed by 20m contour, with depth, 145 ,


enclosed by 20m contour
depth, 197 , close SE of:

12 1134S., 130 4180E.

depth, 215 , close N of:

(a) above

2.30

(a) above

II
557
SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - les de la Socit - Motu One N and Manuae N - Legends. Note.
Source: French Notice 52/210/14
Chart 4653 (INT 653) [ previous update New Edition 24/03/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

legend, Nature Reserve (see Note), centred on:


the accompanying note, NATURE RESERVE, centred on:

15 439S., 154 298W.


16 243S., 154 415W.
18 098S., 159 517W.

Chart 4657 (INT 657) [ previous update 4056/13 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

legend, Nature Reserve (see Note), centred on:


the accompanying note, NATURE RESERVE, centred on:

15 439S., 154 298W.


16 243S., 154 415W.
24 117S., 162 463W.

537

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - California - San Francisco Harbor - Richmond Harbor,
Southampton Shoal and Oakland Outer and Inner Harbors - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNM 47/18653/14 and 1/18650/15
Chart 588 [ previous update New Edition 08/01/2015 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace

existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL


DEPTHS, centred on:

37 489N., 122 165W.

Chart 591 [ previous update 5749/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Replace

existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL


DEPTHS (Richmond Harbor and Southampton Shoal), centred
on:
existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS (Oakland Outer and Inner Harbors), centred on:

37 572N., 122 195W.


37 559N., 122 195W.

538
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - California - San Pablo Bay - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 11 LNMs 47/18654/14 and 50/18656/14
Chart 590 [ previous update 5224/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace

existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL


DEPTHS (Pinole Shoal), centred on:
existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS (Suisun Bay), centred on:

37 589N., 122 175W.


37 574N., 122 173W.

580
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - Washington - Orcas Island N - Ewing I SE - Buoy.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/3462/14
Chart 4951 [ previous update 5419/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

symbol, white and orange buoy out of position

2.31

48 4562N., 122 5257W.

Wk05/15

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586

CANADA - British Columbia - Aristazabal Island NW - Rennison Island SW - Rock. Depth.


Danger line.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/3902/14
Chart 4928 [ previous update 130/15 ] NAD27 DATUM
Insert

and extend danger line, dotted line, SW to enclose

Delete

depth, 12 , close NW of:

(a)

52 4855N., 129 2223W.


(a) above

504

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana - Sabine Bank SE - Well. Platform.
Buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 50/11330/14
Chart 3854 [ previous update 366/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace

126- Well, with {

Delete

symbol, orange and white pillar light-buoy, Q, close N of:

(a)

28 2804N., 93 0322W.
(a) above

513

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana and Alabama - Southern Approaches to the
Mississippi River and De Soto Canyon NW - Platform. Restricted areas.
Buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNMs 50/1115/14 and 52/1115/14
Chart 3851 [ previous update 385/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

{
circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (027M),
centred on:

Delete

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(a)

28 137N., 87 479W.

(a) above
28 205N., 88 158W.
(platform)

Gf Fl.Y.4s C1

29 351N., 87 209W.

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515
GUYANE FRANAISE - Dgrad des Cannes and Approaches - Legends.
Source: ENC FR573780
Chart 1033 [ previous update 5072/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
Amend

legend, Access Channel maintained to 42m (see Note),


orientated SW/NE, centred on:
legend to, Access Channel maintained to 42m (see Note),
centred on:
maintained depth to, 6.5m, centred on:

Delete

legend, Caution (see NM 3364(P)/09), centred on:

4 53145N., 52 13028W.
4 55539N., 52 10990W.
4 50971N., 52 15193W.
4 51144N., 52 16435W.
4 51039N., 52 16792W.
4 56341N., 52 10319W.

Chart 1034 [ previous update 3437/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert
Delete

legend, Access Channel maintained to 42m (see Note),


orientated SW/NE, centred on:
legend, Caution (see NM 3364(P)/09), centred on:
legend, Access Channel (see Note), centred on:

4 5499N., 52 1147W.
4 5804N., 52 0896W.
4 5719N., 52 0957W.

517
VENEZUELA - La Guaira - Punta Maiqueta NW - Buoy.
Source: UKHO
Chart 1629 (panel D, La Guaira) [ previous update 5183/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

G Fl.R.4s

10 36266N., 66 57366W.

520
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana - Chandeleur Islands NW - Wreck.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/11363/14
Chart 3151 [ previous update 412/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

14, Wk

30 0314N., 88 5385W.

527
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Alabama - Mobile Bay - Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 47/11376/14
Chart 3150 [ previous update 480/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace

existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL


DEPTHS, centred on:

30 255N., 88 125W.

528

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Mississippi - Pascagoula Harbor Channel depths.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 47/11375/14
Chart 3841 [ previous update 5738/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace

existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL


DEPTHS, centred on:

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550
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana - Pass a Loutre E - Buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 50/1115/14
Chart 3858 [ previous update 321/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

symbol, orange and white pillar light-buoy, Fl.25s

29 1617N., 88 1892W.

551
PANAMA - Caribbean Sea Coast - Panama Canal N - Legend.
Source: Panama Canal Authority
Chart 3111 [ previous update 337/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

legend, CHANNEL LIMITS, BUOYAGE AND DEPTHS (SEE


NM 535(P)/15), centred on:

9 2554N., 79 5514W.

552

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana - Sabine Bank SE and Ship Shoal S Restricted area. Well.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 52/1116/14 and US Chart 11330
Chart 3850 [ previous update 385/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

circular limit of restricted area, radius 500m (027M),

centred on:
Delete

21,

27 197N., 90 428W. (

Well

{)

28 279N., 93 032W.

553

COLOMBIA - Caribbean Sea Coast - Cartagena - Banco Playa Grande to Banco Nokomis S - Submarine
cable.
Source: Alcatel Lucent
Chart 1277 [ previous update 144/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

submarine cable,

, joining:

10 2622N., 75 3221W. (shore)


10 2646N., 75 3492W.
10 2666N., 75 3556W.
10 2703N., 75 3944W.
10 2685N., 75 4063W.
10 2700N., 75 4164W.

555
CARIBBEAN SEA - Nederlandse Antillen - Aruba - Noordwest punt NE - Submarine cable.
Source: Alcatel Lucent
Chart 702 (panel A, Aruba) [ previous update 2014/14 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

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submarine cable,

, joining:

12 3697N., 70 0268W. (shore)


12 3716N., 70 0223W.
12 3770N., 70 0197W.

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576
VENEZUELA - Approaches to La Guaira - Catia la Mar W - Buoy.
Source: UKHO
Chart 1629 (panel E, Approaches to La Guaira) [ previous update 517/15 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

GUm VQ

10 3616N., 67 0292W.

596

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana - Mississippi River - St. Clair S Lights.
Light List Vol. J, 2014/15, 3900.6
Source: ENC US4LA3AM
Chart 3382 (Panel 3) [ previous update 5069/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend
Delete

light to, 2 Fl.R.25s

29 5165N., 89 5837W.

29 5161N., 89 5839W.
29 5154N., 89 5840W.
29 5150N., 89 5841W.

501

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia - Savannah River - Savannah - Savannah Terminal
Wharf - Dredged depth.
Source: US Coast Guard District 7 LNM 01/11514/15
Chart 2807 (continuation to Port Wentworth) [ previous update 104/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend

dredged depth to, 35 (2014), centred on:

32 0477N., 81 0282W.

536

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - North Carolina - Onslow Bay - Approaches to Beaufort Inlet
- Pilot boarding places.
Source: US Notice 1/11547/15
Chart 2864 [ previous update 4381/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Move

, from:

34 348N., 76 428W.
34 355N., 76 400W.

to:
Chart 3686 (panel, Morehead City) [ previous update 85/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

34 38400N., 76 39400W.

Chart 3686 [ previous update 85/15 ] NAD83 DATUM


Insert
Move

, from:

34 3553N., 76 4005W.
34 3840N., 76 3940W.
34 3752N., 76 3940W.

to:
Delete

34 3463N., 76 4171W.

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541
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Virginia - Black Fish Bank - Fog signal.
Source: US Notice 1/12210/15
Chart 2710 [ previous update 3744/14 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete

fog signal, Gong, at buoy

37 507N., 75 109W.

Chart 2861 [ previous update 4381/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Delete

fog signal, Gong, at buoy

37 506N., 75 123W.

547
CANADA - Newfoundland and Labrador - Offer Rock N - Fog signal.
Light List Vol. H, 2014/15, 0350
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4016/14
Chart 4734 [ previous update 5484/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

legend, Fog Sig, at light

46 509N., 55 478W.

556

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Florida - Jacksonville Beach E Submarine cable.
Source: Alcatel Lucent
Chart 3691 [ previous update 42/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

submarine cable,

, joining:

30 1782N., 81 2341W. (shore)


30 1786N., 81 2131W.
30 1763N., 81 2027W.
30 1628N., 81 1724W.
30 1549N., 81 1436W.
30 1536N., 81 1301W.
(S border)

566

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Massachusetts - Nantucket Sound - Tuckernuck Shoal NE
and Halfmoon Shoal SE - Depths. Fog signal.
Source: ENC US5MA41M
Chart 2489 [ previous update 5141/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

depth, 12

Delete

depth, 24 , close NE of:

(a)

(a) above
41 2659N., 70 1120W.

fog signal, Bell, at buoy

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New Jersey - New York Lower Bay - Sandy Hook - Sandy
Hook Point - Fog signal.
Light List Vol. J, 2014/15, 1040
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 50/12401/14
Chart 3204 [ previous update 265/15 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

fog signal, Horn10s, at light

40 2825N., 74 0112W.

Chart 3459 [ previous update 265/15 ] NAD83 DATUM


Delete

fog signal, Horn(1)10s, at light

40 2825N., 74 0112W.

572

CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Trois-Rivires, Pont Laviolette N and Bcancour SE - Vertical clearance.
Legend. Notes.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/1313/14
Chart 4789 (Port de Trois-Rivires) [ previous update 4829/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

symbol, vertical clearance *31m

46 19 19.6"N., 72 33 26.8"W.

Chart 4789 [ previous update 4829/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Delete

symbol, vertical clearance *31m


legend, Voir / See note VERGLAS/ICE, centred on:
note, VERGLAS, centred on:
note, ICE, centred on:

46 1928N., 72 3359W.
46 1929N., 72 3391W.
46 1915N., 72 2370W.
46 1915N., 72 2134W.

573
CANADA - Nova Scotia - Bay of Fundy - Digby Gut - Light. Fog signal.
Light List Vol. H, 2014/15, 3892
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4010/14
Chart 4745 [ previous update 1901/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend
Delete

light to, LFl G


legend, Fog Sig, at light

(a)

44 4131N., 65 4557W.
(a) above

577
CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Batture de Lle aux Oies E - Banc de Beaujeu - Buoy.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/1317/14
Chart 4785 [ previous update 4850/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Move

GUQt BEAUJ, from:

47 0500N., 70 2937W.
47 0506N., 70 2937W.

to:

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591

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Outer Approaches to New York - Block Canyon E and NE Buoyage.
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 50/12300/14
Chart 2492 [ previous update 5444/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Gf Fl.Y.4s (2 buoys)
Gf Fl.Y.4s OSSM

40 219N., 70 533W.
39 562N., 70 527W.

Chart 2670 [ previous update 2091/14 ] WGS84 DATUM


Insert

Gf Fl.Y.4s (2 buoys)
Gf Fl.Y.4s OSSM

40 219N., 70 533W.
39 562N., 70 527W.

Chart 2860 [ previous update 2579/14 ] NAD27 DATUM


Insert

Gf Fl.Y.4s ISSP
Gf Fl.Y.4s ISSM
Gf Fl.Y.4s OSSM

40 219N., 70 533W.
40 217N., 70 527W.
39 562N., 70 527W.

593

CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Les Grves N and NW, Terminal de Contrecoeur, Le Grand Chenal and
Ttreaultville NE to Longue-Pointe E - Depths. Legends. Notes.
Vertical clearances.
Source: Canadian Notices 12/1310-1311/14
Chart 4791 (panel, Terminal de Contrecoeur) [ previous update 4286/14 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

depth, 6
depth, 57

45 49 490"N., 73 17 054"W.
(a)

45 49 471"N., 73 17 054"W.

Replace

depth, 52 , with depth, 49 , and extend 5m contour N to enclose

45 49 466"N., 73 17 076"W.

Delete

depth, 58 , close N of:

(a) above

Chart 4791 [ previous update 4286/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Delete

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legend, Voir / See note VERGLAS/ICE, centred on:


symbol, vertical clearance *52m
note, ICE, centred on:
note, VERGLAS, centred on:

2.38

45 5976N., 73 1206W.
45 5943N., 73 1039W.
45 5694N., 73 2295W.
45 5694N., 73 2524W.

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593

CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Les Grves N and NW, Terminal de Contrecoeur, Le Grand Chenal and
Ttreaultville NE to Longue-Pointe E - Depths. Legends. Notes.
Vertical clearances. (continued)

Chart 4792 (Panel A-B) [ previous update 5446/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Delete

legend, Voir/See note VERGLAS/ICE, centred on:


symbol, vertical clearance *48m
symbol, vertical clearance *49m
note, VERGLAS, centred on:
note, ICE, centred on:

45 39 244"N., 73 28 009"W.
45 39 242"N., 73 28 097"W.
45 39 214"N., 73 28 117"W.
45 39 139"N., 73 29 528"W.
45 39 069"N., 73 29 528"W.

Chart 4792 (Panel B-C) [ previous update 5446/14 ] NAD83 DATUM


Insert

depth, 102

45 36 137"N., 73 30 221"W.

depth, 66

45 36 082"N., 73 30 281"W.
45 36 073"N., 73 30 255"W.

depth, 10, enclosed by 10m contour


depth, 103
Amend
Replace

vertical clearance to, 52m


depth, 92 , with depth 89

Delete

symbol, vertical clearance *42m, close S of:


legend, Voir/See note VERGLAS/ICE, centred on:

(a)

2.39

45 35 476"N., 73 30 221"W.
45 34 509"N., 73 30 101"W.
45 36 301"N., 73 30 233"W.
(a) above
45 34 461"N., 73 30 174"W.

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523(P)/15

NORWAY - West Coast - Selbjrn NW - Salthella N - Rocks. Depths. Perches.

Source: Norwegian Notice 24/52631/14


1. Dredging operations are taking place in the approaches to Salthella, in the vicinity of 60 0032N., 5 0712E. (WGS84
Datum).
2. There are changes to rocks, depths and iron perches in this area.
3. Chart 3553 will be updated when all works are complete.
4. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
Chart affected - 3553

565(T)/15

BALTIC SEA - Poland - Gdynia - Restricted areas. Buoyage.

Source: Polish Notice 53/892(T)/14


1. Restricted areas, into which entry is prohibited, have been established extending 50 metres from each of the following
positions:
54 3194N., 18 3391E.
54 3206N., 18 3396E.
54 3225N., 18 3395E.
2. Cardinal light-buoys, have been established to mark the areas in the following positions:
Designation
2E
3N
4E
(WGS84 Datum)

Characteristic
Q(3)10s
Q
VQ(3)5s

Position
54 3193N., 18 3396E.
54 3209N., 18 3397E.
54 3224N., 18 3400E.

Chart affected - 2680 (INT 1290)

590(P)/15

ANGOLA - Kuito Terminal NW - Submarine pipelines.

Source: UKHO
1. Pipeline laying operations are taking place, until June 2015, within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84
Datum):
5 2253S., 11 0653E.
5 1694S., 11 0653E.
5 1694S., 11 1950E.
*5 2253S., 11 1950E.
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution within this area and to give a wide berth to the marine construction fleet
including subsea installation, accommodation, anchor handling and towing vessels. Some of these will be spread moored
with extended mooring lines up to 2000m.
3. * Indicates new or revised entry
4. Former Notice 5651(P)/14 is cancelled.
Chart affected - 306 (INT 2814)

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506(T)/15

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Umm Shaif Oilfield - Traffic separation schemes.

Source: ADNOC
1. Survey operations are taking place in Zaqqum and Umm Shaif TSS (25 010N.53 150E.), until June 2015. Cables have
been laid north to south across the TSS, there is a possibility that deep draught vessels may drag on these cables.
2. Until further notice all vessels with a draught greater than 14m are to use an alternative route. Vessels may use the Das DW
route (25 200N.53 060E.), for ports of Das and Zirku- , traffic for Ruays (Ruwais) may pass west of Das. Vessels are
to report as usual, and inform Das VTS of their deepest draught.
3. Mariners are advised to keep clear of survey operations and navigate with caution in the vicinity.
(WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - 2443 (INT 7238) - 2444 (INT 7239) - 2837 (INT 7017) - 2858 (INT 750) - 2886 (INT 7243) - 2887
(INT 7232) - 2889 (INT 7211) - 3178 (INT 7226) - 3179 (INT 7229)

579(P)/15

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - - r Ban- Ya- s NE - Buoyage. Dredging areas.

Source: ADNOC
1. Dredging is in progress to widen the main approach channels to the ports of Jabal-Az Zannah (Jabal Dhanna) and Ar Ruays
(Ruwais).
2. The Ruays (Ruwais) DW route will be widened to 300m and dredged to 15m between positions:
24 2448N., 52 3684E.
24 2293N., 52 3902E.
24 1998N., 52 4212E.
24 1786N., 52 4115E.
3. The - r Ban- Ya- s (Stewart) Channel will be widened to 300m and dredged to 15m between positions:
24 2293N., 52 3902E.
24 2086N., 52 4020E.
24 1809N., 52 4080E.
4. The North East approach channel, in the vicinity of the Dalma W Cardinal buoy (24 3251N., 52 2785E.), will be
widened to 500m and dredged to 15m between positions:
24 3527N., 52 3301E.
24 3345N., 52 3080E.
24 3100N., 52 3070E.
24 2826N., 52 3167E.
5. A new channel between North Channel and the Ruays (Ruwais) DW route will be established and dredged to 12m between
positions:
24 2387N., 52 4145E.
24 1998N., 52 4212E.
6. New buoyage will be installed on completion of dredging activities.
7. Details of the location of the dredger will be announced by the Jabal Dhanna/Ruwais Port VTS to all vessels coming in or
out of the ports. Mariners are advised to keep clear of the dredger and its marker buoys.
8. Works are expected to continue until the third quarter of 2015.
(WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - 2889 (INT 7211) - 3179 (INT 7229) - 3780 (INT 7230) - 3951

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564(P)/15

INDIA - West Coast - Gulf of Kachchh - Sikka Creek and Reliance Tanker Berths - Buoyage. Leading
line. Restricted area. Depth.

Source: Indian Chart 2033


1. Numerous changes have been made to buoyage in the approaches to Reliance Tanker Berths and approaches to Sikka Creek
and Goos Reef.
2. The existing light-buoys have been replaced by spar light-buoys in the following positions:
Approaches to Reliance
Tanker Berth Jetty
Characteristic
Fl.G.5s
Fl(2)G.3s
Fl(2)R.3s
Fl.G.3s
Fl.R.3s
Fl(3)G.5s
Fl(3)R.5s
Oc.G.4s
Oc.R.4s
Q
Fl(2)R.3s
Q.R
Q.R

Number
No 1
No 3
No 4
No 5
No 6
No 7
No 8
No 9
No 10
TCA
No 12
No 14
No 16

Position
22 31365N., 69 46679E.
22 31007N., 69 47910E.
22 31370N., 69 48006E.
22 31135N., 69 48490E.
22 31373N., 69 48622E.
22 30848N., 69 49098E.
22 30991N., 69 49286E.
22 30565N., 69 49402E.
22 30606N., 69 49531E.
22 30486N., 69 49727E.
22 30136N., 69 50320E.
22 29978N., 69 50432E.
22 29718N., 69 50744E.

Approaches to Sikka Creek


Characteristic
Oc.G.4s
Oc.R.4s
Fl.G.5s
Fl.R.5s
Q.R
Fl.G.4s
Fl.R.4s
Fl(2)G.5s
Fl(2)R.5s
Fl.G.5s
Fl.R.5s
Oc.R.4s

Number
No 1
No 2
No 3
No 4
No 4A
No 5
No 6
No 7
No 8
No 9
No 10
No 12

Position
22 29536N., 69 46353E.
22 29619N., 69 46531E.
22 28827N., 69 46928E.
22 28942N., 69 47125E.
22 28631N., 69 47836E.
22 28472N., 69 48521E.
22 28597N., 69 48481E.
22 28694N., 69 48976E.
22 28831N., 69 49040E.
22 28684N., 69 49354E.
22 28791N., 69 49421E.
22 28852N., 69 49893E.

3. Two spar light-buoys have been established in the following positions:


Characteristic Number
Q.G
No 3A
Oc.G.4s
No 11

Position
22 28473N., 69 47799E.
22 28674N., 69 49903E.

4. Eleven new unlit can mooring buoys have been established SW of Reliance Tanker Berths.
5. In addition to those above, the following unlit can mooring buoys have been established in the following positions:
22 30066N., 69 50449E.
22 28673N., 69 50109E.
22 30512N., 69 47772E.
6. The bearing of the leading line at the approach to Reliance Tanker Berths indicated by leading lights in positions
22 29512N., 69 50900E. (front) and 22 29327N., 69 51132E. (rear) has changed from 130 to 1305.

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564(P)/15

INDIA - West Coast - Gulf of Kachchh - Sikka Creek and Reliance Tanker Berths - Buoyage. Leading
line. Restricted area. Depth. (continued)
7. The charted restricted area, fishing and anchoring prohibited, on approach to Sikka Creek and Reliance Tanker Berths has
been extended by the following positions:
22 29644N., 69 46538E. (existing limit)
22 29643N., 69 45754E.
22 32004N., 69 45804E.
22 32500N., 69 44800E.
22 34050N., 69 44800E.
22 39002N., 69 53420E.
22 35000N., 69 53420E.
22 33000N., 69 51180E.
22 32401N., 69 50067E. (existing limit)
8. A shoal depth of 99m exists in position 22 29702N., 69 45818E.
(WGS84 Datum)
9. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
10. These changes will be included in next New Editions of Charts 699 and 682.
Charts affected - 682 (INT 7319) - 699

498(P)/15

CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Tongzhousha Shuidao - Langshan Sha N - Baimaosha
Nanshuidao - Baoshan Hangdao N - Wrecks. Depths. Submarine cable. Virtual aid to navigation.
Anchorage area.

Source: Chinese Chart 13121 and UKHO


1. It has been reported that changes to wrecks have taken place within Tongzhousha Shuidao.
2. Wrecks no longer exist in the following positions:
31 5076N., 120 5364E.
31 5064N., 120 5336E.
3. *Depths less than charted exist in the following positions:
Depth (metres)
54
84

Position
31 3066N., 121 2845E.
31 2971N., 121 3557E.

4. *V-AIS marking an isolated danger exists in position 31 3169N., 121 2507E.


5. *A submarine cable has been laid, joining the following positions:
31 2683N., 121 2635E. (shore)
31 2684N., 121 2654E.
31 2773N., 121 2815E.
31 2583N., 121 3198E.
31 2595N., 121 3241E.
31 2591N., 121 3442E.
31 2603N., 121 3462E.
6. *The NW limit of the existing anchorage area has been extended and is bounded by the following positions:
31 4419N., 121 0694E. (existing limit)
31 4453N., 121 0661E.
31 4473N., 121 0685E.
31 4440N., 121 0718E. (existing limit)

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498(P)/15

CHINA - East Coast - Chang Jiang - Tongzhousha Shuidao - Langshan Sha N - Baimaosha
Nanshuidao - Baoshan Hangdao N - Wrecks. Depths. Submarine cable. Virtual aid to navigation.
Anchorage area. (continued)
7. *These and other changes will be included in a New Edition of Chart 1604 to be published April 2015.
8. Former Notice 5421(P)/13 is cancelled.
*Indicates new or revised entry.
(CGCS 2000 Datum)
Charts affected - 1604 - 1605

518(T)/15

CHINA - Bo Hai - Bohai Wan - Approaches to Tianjin Gang - Obstruction.

Source: mv Clipper Mistral


1. It is reported that an underwater obstruction exists in the following position 38 5385N., 118 1200E. (CGCS2000
Datum)
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.
Chart affected - 2653

558(T)/15

KOREA - South Coast - Jinhae Hang - Budo Sudo SE - Buoy.

Source: Korean Notice 52/1076(T)/14


1. The light-buoy, Mo(A)8s, in position 35 0477N., 128 3890E., has been temporarily extinguished.
(WGS84 Datum)
Chart affected - 1065

493(T)/15

MALAYSIA - Sabah - Sandakan NE - Berhala - Light. Buoyage.

Source: ENC MY3C8617


1. Berhala light, in position 5 5227N., 118 0883E. and the safe water buoys in the approaches to Sandakan harbour have
been temporarily extinguished.
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution.
(WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - 928 - 950 - 1649 - 1868 - 2576 - 3483 (INT 551) - 4507 (INT 507) - 4508 (INT 508)

529(P)/15

NEW ZEALAND - North Island - East Coast - Napier Roads - Whirinaki E - Buoy.

Source: New Zealand Notice 26/270(P)/14


1. A scientific buoy, marked with orange float has been deployed in position 39 2305S., 176 5446E.
2. Mariners are advised to exercise caution when navigating in the area.
3. Chart updating action will be taken once full details are known.
(WGS84 Datum)
Chart affected - NZ 5612

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530(P)/15

NEW ZEALAND - North Island - South Coast - Cook Strait - Wellington - Rock. Wreck.

Source: New Zealand Notice 26/271(P)/14


1. An uncharted rock and wreck with depth less than charted exist in the following positions:
Position
41 1672S., 174 5060E.
41 2580S., 174 5227E.

Depth
140
285

Feature
Wreck
Underwater rock

2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.


3. Chart updating action will be taken once full details are known.
(WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - NZ 46 - NZ 463 - NZ 4633

531(T)/15

NEW ZEALAND - North Island - West Coast - Manukau Harbour Entrance - Depths.

Source: New Zealand Notice 26/274(T)/14


1. Mariners should be aware that depths in the approaches to Manukau Harbour and across the bar are constantly changing.
2. *South West Channel
A recent survey (9th December 2014) indicates that the deepest water was found to lie within the following sectors bearing
Ninepin Rock light (37 0302S., 174 3019E.):
074-076 True. Least depth of 55m below CD can be expected.
085-087 True. Least depth of 54m below CD can be expected.
3. *At a distance of 23M from Ninepin Rock light mariners should alter course southwards to enter Middle Deep to avoid
shoaler water on North Bank.
4. All vessels should contact the signalman at South Head. Phone (09) 235-1013, for the latest conditions.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
5. Former Notice 4438(T)/14 is cancelled.
(WGS84 Datum)
Chart affected - NZ 4314

532(P)/15

SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Samoa Islands - Upolu Island - Apia Harbour - Buoyage.
Breakwater.

Source: New Zealand Notice 26/275(P)/14


1. Lateral buoys have been established in the following positions:
13 4908S., 171 4602W.
13 4930S., 171 4596W.
13 4913S., 171 4567W.
2. Inner Harbour Breakwater has been established, along the line joining the following positions:
13 49757S., 171 45573W. (shore)
13 49727S., 171 45625W.
13 49697S., 171 45623W.
3. Chart updating action will be taken once full details are known.
(WGS84 Datum)
Chart affected - NZ 8655

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514(P)/15

GUYANE FRANAISE - Approaches to Dgrad des Cannes - Channel. Buoyage. Beacons.


Leading line.

Source: ENC FR573780


1. The works to increase the width of the Access Channel to Dgrad des Cannes and increase the depth of the basin has been
completed. The changes are as follows:
2. The channel has been widened by 30m to a width of 120m (210m between the buoys) and the axis is now 19m to the west.
3. The directional light has been moved to position 4 51023N., 52 14844W.
4. Charts will be updated when full information has been received.
5. Former Notice 3664(P)/09 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 1033 - 1034

535(P)/15

PANAMA - Caribbean Sea Coast - Atlantic Entrance to the Panama Canal and Gatn Approach N Channel limits. Channel depths. Buoyage. Depths.

Source: Panama Canal Authority


1. Recent Panama Canal Authority information has indicated changes to channel limits, associated buoyage, depths and
beaching area in the vicinity of the Atlantic Entrance to the Panama Canal.
2. The Atlantic Entrance channel is reported to be widened to 300 metres throughout and extended northwards. It is now
entered in position 9 2632N., 79 5515W. Associated buoyage has been amended throughout.
3. Controlling depths shown in the existing Panama Canal Channel Depths table are reported to be deeper than shown.
4. Depths less than charted are reported to exist in the area as follows:
Depth
104m
109m
103m
113m
117m
89m
38m

Position
9 2052N., 79 5503W.
9 2043N., 79 5502W.
9 2066N., 79 5496W.
9 2060N., 79 5490W.
9 2049N., 79 5478W.
9 2216N., 79 5459W.
9 2227N., 79 5673W.

5. Beaching Area B in position 9 2227N., 79 5673W. is reported to have been removed and works are in progress to
create a new Third Locks Approach channel south eastwards from this position.
(WGS84 Datum).
6. Mariners should navigate with caution and contact the local authority for the latest information.
Charts affected - 1400 - 3098 - 3111

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 527/15

On Chart 3150

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


MOBILE BAY AND RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF AUG 2014
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
NAME OF CHANNEL

LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER

MIDDLE
RIGHT
HALF OF OUTSIDE
CHANNEL QUARTER

DATE OF
SURVEY

PROJECT DIMENSIONS
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

MOBILE BAR CHANNEL


43.7
47.0
44.5
7-14
600
8.1
MOBILE BAY:
LOWER BAY (TO LIGHT 50)
42.7
45.0
42.5
8-14
400
13.3
UPPER BAY
40.5
44.3
40.6A
7-14
400
15.4
UPPER BAY TURNING BASIN
39.5
39.9
39.9
8-14
VARIES
0.4
MOBILE RIVER:
PINTO ISLAND REACH
33.7
40.0
35.7
8-14
700-775
0.8
MOBILE CHANNEL
33.4B
39.5
37.3
8-14
600
1.8
MOBILE TURNING BASIN
37.9
40.0C
36.6
8-14
740-1000
0.6
BLAKELEY ISLAND REACH
40.0DE
40.0F
39.1G
7,8-14
500-1000
1.4
ST. LOUIS POINT REACH
17.9
24.1
23.5H
8-14
500
0.2
CHICKASAW CREEK CHANNEL
16.5
22.3
21.6J
8-14
250
3.0
ARLINGTON CHANNEL
12.1
12.0
12.3K
5-14
150
1.7
GARROWS BEND CHANNEL
4.2
3.2
3.1
6-14
150
1.3
OCEAN TERMINAL TURNING BASIN
14.8
15.3
12.3
11-08
600
0.1
THEODORE SHIP CHANNEL:
BAY CUT
36.0L
36.8
34.9
7,8-14
400
5.3
ANCHORAGE AREA
39.7
41.3
41.8
8-14
300
0.2
LAND CUT
39.5
40.0
38.9
8-14
300
1.7
TURNING BASIN
40.0M
37.5N
35.7O
8-14
1400
0.3
BARGE CHANNEL
8.0
11.5
10.6
4-14
100
1.3
A. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 39.9 FEET IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
o
o
B. EXCEPT FOR A DANGEROUS WRECK AT 30 4054.00N 88 0214.02W.
C. EXCEPT FOR A 20 FOOT OBSTRUCTION AT 30o4237.93N 88o0219.00W.
D. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 35.1 FEET WITHIN 900 FEET OF THE COCHRAN BRIDGE.
E. EXCEPT FOR A DANGEROUS WRECK AT 30o4326.98N 88o0233.01W.
F. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 26.5 FEET WITHIN 900 FEET OF THE COCHRAN BRIDGE.
G. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 25.5 FEET WITHIN 900 FEET OF THE COCHRAN BRIDGE.
H. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 19.3 FEET IN BEND WIDENING AREA.
J. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 19.7 FEET WITHIN 700 FEET OF THE FAR NORTH OF THE PROJECT.
K. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 11.0 FEET IN NORTHWEST CORNER OF TURNING BASIN.
L. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 35.1 FEET IN WIDENER NEAR BEACON 1.
M. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 33.0 FEET NEAR DOCK.
N. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 36.0 FEET WITHIN 50 FEET OF THE END OF PROJECT.
O. EXCEPT FOR SHOALING TO 31.7 FEET WITHIN 50 FEET OF THE END OF PROJECT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
47
45
45
45
40-45
40
40
40
25
25
27
27
27
40
40
40
40
12

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 528/15

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 AUG 2014 AND SURVEYS TO
AUG 2014
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW
PROJECT DIMENSIONS
WATER (MLLW)
LEFT
MIDDLE
RIGHT
DEPTH
DATE OF
WIDTH LENGTH
NAME OF CHANNEL
OUTSIDE
HALF OF
OUTSIDE
MLLW
SURVEY
(FEET) (MILES)
QUARTER CHANNEL QUARTER
(FEET)
PASCAGOULA BAR
43.3
44.0
44.0
4-14
450
6.28
44.0
CHANNEL
HORN ISLAND PASS
43.5
44.0
43.9
8-14
600
1.4
44.0
PASCAGOULA LOWER
40.3
42.0
41.1
8-14
350
4.3
42.0
SOUND
PASCAGOULA UPPER
34.7
37.1
35.5
8-14
350
4.63
38.0
SOUND
PASCAGOULA RIVER
36.6A
36.1B
34.9C
3-14
350D
2.021
38.0
BAYOU CASOTTE
39.6E
41.0F
36.9
5-14
350
4.57
42.0
A. SHOALING TO 25.7 FT WITHIN 200 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
B. SHOALING TO 19.5 FT WITHIN 200 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
C. SHOALING TO 24.7 FT WITHIN 200 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
D. PASCAGOULA RIVER PROJECT WIDTH VARIES AT SOUTH END OF TERMINAL C TO CSX RAILROAD.
E. SHOALING TO 36.7 FT AT FAR NORTH END OF PROJECT.
F. SHOALING TO 36.6 FT AT FAR NORTH END OF PROJECT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE
INFORMATION

To accompany Notice to Mariners 537/15

On Chart 588

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


OAKLAND OUTER AND INNER HARBORS
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO OCT 2014 AND NOS SURVEY TO JAN 2013
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
(NAUT.
MLLW
SURVEY
(FEET)
QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER
MILES) (FEET)
BAR CHANNEL
47.0
48.0
50.0
48.0
10-14
1000-930
0.57
50
OUTER HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL
48.0
49.0
50.0
49.0
10-14
900-600
0.91
50
OUTER HARBOR
49.0
50.0
50.0
49.0
10-14
1575-600
1.40
50
INNER HARBOR
ENTRANCE CHANNEL
47.0
47.0
49.0
48.0
10-14
2100-480
1.10
50
INNER HARBOR REACH
48.0
49.0
50.0
48.0
10-14
1325-480
2.27
50
GROVE ST PIER TO
BROOKLYN BASIN
A21.0
31.0
31.0
B25.0
1-13, 10-14
600
1.30
35
BROOKLYN BASIN SOUTH CHANNEL
C14.0
22.0
23.0
D15.0
1-13
600-500
0.90
35
PARK ST BRIDGE REACH
E9.0
F20.0
20.0
G5.0
1-13
500-275
0.42
35
A. A 21 FT WRECK IS AT 374714.93N 1221550.26W; A 28 FT OBSTRUCTION IS AT 374714.14N 1221551.56W.
B. A 30 FT WRECK IS AT 374726.83N 1221629.13W.
C. A DEPTH OF 17.0 FEET IS AVAILABLE IN THE INSIDE HALF OF THE QUARTER.
D. A DEPTH OF 18.0 FEET IS AVAILABLE IN THE INSIDE HALF OF THE QUARTER.
E. A 19 FT WRECK IS AT 374629.04N 1221427.21W.
F. A 22 FT WRECK IS AT 374626.57N 1221425.04W.
G. A WRECK OF UNKNOWN DEPTH IS AT 374624.16N 1221425.02W; AN OBSTRUCTION OF UNKNOWN DEPTH IS AT
374623.09N 1221423.67W.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 537/15

On Chart 591

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


RICHMOND HARBOR AND SOUTHAMPTON SHOAL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO SEP 2014
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
NAME OF CHANNEL
SOUTHAMPTON SHOAL CHANNEL
RICHMOND HARBOR
ENTRANCE CHANNEL
POINT POTRERO REACH
POINT POTRERO TURN
HARBOR CHANNEL
SANTA FE CHANNEL
TURNING BASIN

LEFT
LEFT
OUTSIDE
INSIDE
QUARTER QUARTER

PROJECT DIMENSIONS

RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER

RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER

DATE OF
SURVEY

WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)

43.0

45.0

45.0

43.0

6-14

600

1.1

45

34.0
32.0
35.0
35.0
27.0
26.0

35.0
35.0
36.0
36.0
29.0
28.0

35.0
35.0
36.0
37.0
29.0
27.0

35.0
33.0
35.0
35.0
27.0
18.0

9-14
9-14
9-14
9-14
11-12
11-12

600-550
500-600
600-1250
850-200
200
200-500

1.0
1.4
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.16

38
38
38
38
38-30
30

NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

To accompany Notice to Mariners 537/15

On Chart 591

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


OAKLAND OUTER AND INNER HARBORS
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO OCT 2014 AND NOS SURVEY TO JAN 2013
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
PROJECT DIMENSIONS
LEFT
LEFT
RIGHT
RIGHT
LENGTH DEPTH
DATE OF WIDTH
(NAUT. MLLW
NAME OF CHANNEL
OUTSIDE INSIDE
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
SURVEY (FEET) MILES) (FEET)
QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER QUARTER
50
BAR CHANNEL
47.0
48.0
50.0
48.0
10-14 1000-930 0.57
0.91
50
OUTER HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL
48.0
49.0
50.0
49.0
10-14
900-600
50
OUTER HARBOR
49.0
50.0
50.0
49.0
10-14 1575-600 1.40
50
INNER HARBOR ENTRANCE CHANNEL
47.0
47.0
49.0
48.0
10-14 2100-480 1.10
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

To accompany Notice to Mariners 538/15

On Chart 590

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


PINOLE SHOAL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO SEP 2014
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
PROJECT DIMENSIONS
LEFT
MIDDLE
RIGHT
LENGTH
DEPTH
DATE OF
WIDTH
NAME OF CHANNEL
OUTSIDE
HALF OF
OUTSIDE
(NAUT.
MLLW
SURVEY
(FEET)
QUARTER
CHANNEL
QUARTER
MILES)
(FEET)
CHANNEL ENTRANCE (3801 33 N,
12222 47 W) TO LT. 11
34.0
35.0
33.0
8,9-14
600
5.1
35
THENCE TO 3803 31 N, 12217 08 W
34.0
35.0
35.0
9-14
600
2.2
35
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 538/15

On Chart 590

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)


SUISUN BAY
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - SURVEYS TO SEP 2014
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
NAME OF CHANNEL

PROJECT DIMENSIONS

LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER

MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL

RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER

DATE OF
SURVEY

WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(NAUT.
MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)

46
36
35
35
34
33
37

48
37
35
34
34
34
37

50
34
34
29
29
33
35

9-14
9-14
9-14
9-14
9-14
9-14
9-14

300
300-350
350
350
350
350
350

0.8
1.2
1.1
1.1
0.9
1.1
0.52

35
35
35
35
35
35
35

36
35

36
37

35
36

9-14
9-14

350
350

1.29
1.09

35
35

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

SUISUN PT. REACH


BULLS HEAD CHANNEL
EAST BULLS HEAD CHANNEL
PT. EDITH CROSSING RANGE
PRESTON PT. REACH
ROE ISLAND CHANNEL
PORT CHICAGO REACH
MIDDLE GROUND CHANNEL
8. WEST REACH
9. EAST REACH

NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

To accompany Notice to Mariners 563/2015

On Chart 942B

POSITIONS
Positions on chart 942B differ from those on
metric charts of this area 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 563/2015

On Chart 1416

CHART 3922: POSITIONS


Positions on chart 1416 differ from those on
chart 3922 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 563/2015

On Chart 2786

CHART 3248: POSITIONS


Positions on chart 2786 differ from those on
chart 3248 by varying amounts; positions
should be transferred by bearing and distance
from common charted objects, not by latitude
and longitude.

Wk05/15

To accompany Notice to Mariners 563/2015

On Chart 2936

CHART 942A: POSITIONS


Positions on chart 2936 differ from those on
chart 942A 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 563/2015

On Chart 2941

POSITIONS
Positions on chart 2941 differ from those on
fathoms charts of this area 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 563/2015

On Chart 2948

CHART 2575: POSITIONS


Positions on chart 2948 differ from those on
chart 2575 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 563/2015

On Chart 3248

POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3248 differ from those on
other charts of this area 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 563/2015

On Chart 3749

POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3749 differ from those on
fathoms charts of this area 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 492/15

On Chart 2745

RESERVED ANCHORAGE
This anchor berth is reserved for ferries and
merchant ships waiting for a berth.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 508/15

On Chart 1124

VIRTUAL AIS
Numerous virtual AIS aids to navigation exist
within the fairways in the approaches to
Shanghai (31 058N., 122 119E.), in the
Cezi Shudao TSS (30 009N., 121 573E.)
and Yang Shan Deep Water Port
(30 309N., 122 292E.). The channels are
constantly changing and the positions of
fairway limits and virtual AIS are changed
accordingly.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 544/15

On Chart 3136

PROTECTED AREAS
Entry into the protected areas shown in the
Protected Areas diagram is affected by
numerous restrictions and prohibitions. For
further details, see Admiralty Sailing
Directions and Norwegian Hydrographic
Service publication Den Norske Los, Arctic
Pilot.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 544/15

On Chart 3137

PROTECTED AREAS
Entry into the protected areas shown in the
Protected Areas diagram is affected by
numerous restrictions and prohibitions. For
further details, see Admiralty Sailing
Directions and Norwegian Hydrographic
Service publication Den Norske Los, Arctic
Pilot.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 557/15

On Chart 4653

NATURE RESERVE
Entry into the Nature Reserves are affected by numerous restrictions
and prohibitions. For further details consult Admiralty Sailing Directions

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 557/15

On Chart 4657

NATURE RESERVE
Entry into the Nature Reserves are affected by
numerous restrictions and prohibitions. For
further details consult Admiralty Sailing
Directions

To accompany Notice to Mariners 588/15

On Chart 1785

SUBMARINE CABLES
Mariners are advised not to anchor or trawl in
the vicinity of submarine cables.

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 492/15. Image Size (mm) 157.92 by 128.59

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 497/15. Image Size (mm) 86.15 by 91.55

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III
NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
See The Mariners Handbook (2009 Edition). It is recommended that the warnings reprinted below should be kept in a file or
book, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most convenient Admiralty Chart is quoted. All warnings issued
within the previous 42 days are broadcast via SafetyNET and/or NAVTEX.
The complete texts of all in-force NAVAREA I warnings, including those which are no longer being broadcast, are
available from www.ukho.gov.uk/RNW. Additionally, a quarterly cumulative list of the complete text of all in-force
NAVAREA I Warnings is included in Section III of the Weekly NM Bulletin in Weeks 1, 13, 26 and 39 each year.
Alternatively, these may be requested by e-mail from NAVAREA I Co-ordinator at: navwarnings@btconnect.com
The RNW web page also contains a link to the IHO website which allows direct access to all the other NAVAREA
Co-ordinators around the world who have made their NAVAREA warnings available on the web.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weekly Edition 5, 29 January 2015 (published on the UKHO Website 19 January 2015).
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 5
The following NAVAREA I warnings were in force at 190500 UTC Jan 15.
2014 series: 214 357 366 367.
2015 series: 004 013 014 015 016.
012

Cancelled.

013

1. Navarea I Warnings in force at 161000 UTC Jan 15.


2. Cancel 009/15.

014

LORAN-C. North-west Europe.


1. Station Ejde. Ejde Chain 9007-M, unusable 191000 UTC to 191600 UTC Jan.
2. Cancel this message 191700 UTC Jan 15.

015

NORTH SEA, UK SECTOR. Britannia Gas Field and west-north-westward. Chart BA 291.
Pipelaying operations in progress by M/V Deep Energy in vicinity of line joining platform 16/26,
58-02.9N 001-08.4E and well, 58-06.1 N 000-41.6E. Wide berth requested.

016

RIGLIST. Correct at 190500 UTC Jan 15.

NEW

Southern North Sea: 51N to 55N


52-17.5N 003-48.9E Paragon C461 ACP P15-A NL Sector
53-03.3N 002-14.1E Seafox 7 ACP Leman 49/27 A UK Sector
Rotterdam
Seafox 4
53-09.4N 003-57.7E Paragon HZ1
53-23.3N 002-00.3E GMS Endurance 6101 ACP Loggs UK Sector
53-24.2N 002-39.4E Atlantic Rotterdam ACP Brigantine BG
53-26.6N 002-41.9E Seajacks Kraken ACP Brigantine BR
53-27.5N 003-54.3E Paragon C463 ACP K12-C NL Sector
53-29.8N 002-19.6E Ensco 92 ACP Viking Gas Field
53-31.2N 001-48.0E Ensco 122 ACP Galleon PG UK Sector
53-33.0N 004-43.9E Swift 10 ACP L9-FA-1 NL Sector
53-41.8N 003-20.4E Paragon C20051 ACP K5-A NL Sector
53-42.0N 003-52.1E Seafox 2 ACP K6-C NL Sector
53-42.2N 001-09.0E Seafox 1 ACP West Sole Alpha
53-42.6N 004-49.2E Ensco 121 ACP L6-B NL Sector
53-43.2N 002-52.7E Paragon B391.
53-48.2N 001-12.4E GSF Monarch ACP Hoton Gas Field
54-02.0N 004-34.8E Energy Endeavour
54-05.8N 003-21.7E Noble Regina Allen ACP E17a-A NL Sector
54-10.2N 005-26.2E Paragon C462 ACP G14-B NL Sector
54-34.2N 002-17.6E Ensco 80 ACP Cygnus A WHP
54-40.0N 000-48.2E Ensco 70

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North Sea: 55N to 60N, East of 5W and the Baltic Sea.


55-24.1N 005-04.7E Ensco 71 ACP Kraka Oil Field
55-25.2N 004-50.1E Paragon C20052
55-34.7N 004-45.5E Energy Enhancer ACP Gorm Oil Field
55-38.4N 004-53.1E Ensco 72 ACP Tyra Gas Field
55-51.7N 004-39.6E Noble Sam Turner
56-05.7N 004-13.2E COSL Rigmar ACP Syd Arne Gas Field
56-05.7N 004-13.2E Maersk Resolute ACP Syd Arne Gas Field
56-14.8N 003-57.6E Maersk Resolve ACP under construction
56-16.9N 003-23.8E Maersk Reacher ACP Valhall Oil Field
56-22.6N 003-15.5E Maersk Innovator ACP Eldfisk Oil Field
56-31.2N 003-13.3E Rowan Gorilla 6 ACP Ekofisk Oil Field
56-32.8N 003-13.2E Rowan Norway ACP Ekofisk Oil Field
56-43.0N 003-10.1E Maersk Gallant
56-43.5N 002-12.2E Ensco 102 ACP Jasmine Gas Field
56-47.5N 002-05.5E Ensco 100
56-47.6N 002-09.6E Maersk Resilient
56-57.6N 001-48.4E Rowan Gorilla 5 ACP Franklin Gas Field
56-58.0N 001-52.1E Prospector 1 ACP Franklin Gas Field
56-58.9N 001-28.6E Prospector 5
57-00.6N 001-51.9E Sedco 714
57-00.7N 001-50.4E GSF Galaxy 1 ACP Elgin Gas Field
57-01.9N 001-57.3E Noble Hans Deul ACP Shearwater Oil Field
57-17.3N 002-10.7E Borgholm Dolphin ACP Lomond Gas Field
57-17.7N 001-39.6E Ensco 101 ACP Marnock Oil Field
57-17.9N 001-21.9E Sedco 711
57-19.1N 001-04.9E Ocean Guardian
57-22.5N 001-23.0E Rowan Stavanger ACP Arbroath Oil Field
57-28.4N 001-10.4E GSF Galaxy 2
57-29.6N 002-18.2E Maersk Guardian
57-43.9N 000-58.2E Rowan Gorilla 7 ACP Forties Oil Field
57-48.9N 004-32.0E Maersk Giant ACP Yme Oil Field
57-54.0N 000-36.5W Blackford Dolphin
57-55.0N 000-30.9E Transocean Prospect
57-55.3N 000-54.2W Paragon MSS1
57-57.1N 000-11.8E Sedco 712
57-57.6N 000-55.1W Safe Caledonia ACP Golden Eagle Oil & Gas Field
57-57.7N 000-55.0W Ensco 120 ACP Golden Eagle Oil & Gas Field
58-11.8N 000-08.1E Wilhunter
58-16.7N 000-51.3E Sedco 704
58-45.5N 001-15.5E Wilphoenix
58-50.5N 002-14.8E Rowan Viking
58-50.7N 001-44.5E West Epsilon ACP Gudrun Oil & Gas Field
59-00.0N 003-04.1E Island Innovator
59-12.0N 002-24.6E West Alpha
59-27.5N 001-34.4E Ocean Patriot
59-35.1N 002-05.2E Transocean Winner
59-55.5N 001-15.0E Ocean Princess

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Norwegian Sea: 60N to 65N, East of 5W.


60-03.4N 003-58.2W Safe Scandinavia ACP Solan Oil Field
60-14.0N 002-30.5E Transocean Leader
Agotnes
Bredford Dolphin
60-27.4N 002-41.7E Songa Delta
60-30.3N 002-00.8E Maersk Intrepid
60-36.1N 002-44.6W Paul B Loyd Jnr
60-37.7N 001-39.2E Borgsten Dolphin ACP Dunbar Oil Field
60-43.7N 003-39.3E COSL Promoter
60-46.6N 003-26.0E West Venture
60-48.5N 003-33.4E COSL Innovator
60-50.7N 003-37.5E Stena Don
60-56.8N 002-53.7W West Phoenix
61-02.3N 002-20.3E West Elara
61-04.9N 002-15.2E Deepsea Atlantic
61-08.9N 000-47.3E Transocean John Shaw
61-13.1N 000-42.3E Ocean Nomad
61-16.6N 002-07.1E Bideford Dolphin
61-28.0N 001-32.0E Stena Spey
61-37.2N 001-18.2E COSL Rival ACP Magnus Oil Field
61-48.0N 002-52.2E Transocean Searcher
61-59.5N 001-32.7E Transocean Arctic
63-23.1N 005-18.9E Transocean Barents
64-38.1N 006-45.6E Leiv Eiriksson
64-58.2N 007-37.3E Deepsea Bergen
South and West Coasts of the British Isles.
53-37.9N 003-10.6W Irish Sea Pioneer ACP Lennox Oil & Gas Field

NOTES:
A. Rigs are protected by a 500 metre safety zone.
B. ACP - Adjacent to Charted Platform.
C. For Rigs located North of 65N, East of 5W, refer to Navarea XIX Warnings or visit www.navarea-xix.no
2. Cancel 011/15.

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[05/15]
UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
NP12 Arctic Pilot Volume 3 (2012 Edition)

NP32 China Sea Pilot Volume 3 (2013 Edition)


China East Coast Dongyin Dao Wreck

Greenland -- Aasiaat (Egedesminde) -- Tipitooq


Kangilleq Inner approaches; leading lights
Paragraph 5.44

161
Paragraph 4.25

2--3

200

Delete

162
Paragraph 4.30

lines 1--4 Replace by:

From a position ESE of Dongyin Dao (262271N


1202933E) (4.318), noting the wreck in position
262441N 1203791E, the track leads NNE, passing:
ESE of Sishuang Liedao (264025N 1202120E)
(5.59), thence:
Chinese Notice 52/1841/2014
(SDD 2015000 001987)

lines 3--4 Replace by:

...Angissq, which is steep--to.

[05/15]

China Yellow Sea Qingdao Gang Wreck


328

Danish Notice 2/116/15


(SDD 2015000 005036)

[05/15]

After Paragraph 8.103

line 4 Insert:

A wreck, partially visible at low water, lies in


position 360430N 1203340E.

NP22 Bay of Biscay Pilot (2013 Edition)

Chinese Notice 01/02/2015


(SDD 2015000 004318)

Spain North coast Avils Directions;


buoyage

[05/15]

NP37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot


(2014 Edition)

268
Paragraph 11.16

England West coast Morecambe Bay


Directions; meteorological mast

lines 1--3 Delete.

300
Spanish Notice 1/3/15
(SDD 2015000 004376)

After Paragraph 9.94

[05/15]

line 3 Insert:

Meteorological mast, 85 m in height (540014N


33338W), from which a navigation light and
obstruction lights are exhibited, for West of
Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm.

NP30 China Sea Pilot Volume 1 (2013 Edition)

301
Paragraph 9.96

China Qiongzhou Haixia Macun Gang


LNG anchorage

233
After Paragraph 7.90

line 7 Insert:

Emergency anchorage for LNG vessels, radius


500 m, centred on position 200017N
1100437E. Depths from 148 m to 183 m, silt
bottom.

lines 1--6 Replace by:

NE of South Morecambe Gasfield (535074N


33501W) (9.3), thence:
SW of West of Duddon Sands Wind Farm centred
on 535900N 32800W, marked by light
buoys (cardinal) and a meteorological mast
(9.94), thence:
302
After Paragraph 9.103

line 1 Insert:

Meteorological mast (540014N 33338W) (9.94).


Duddon Sands Wind Farm
(SDD 2015000 000387)

Chinese Notice 01/08 & Marine Information/2015


(SDD 2014000 004318)
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NP40 Irish Coast Pilot (2013 Edition)

NP55 North Sea (East) Pilot (2012 Edition)

Ireland East coast Dundalk Bay


Directions; AIS

Denmark West coast Esbjerg


Basins and berths; depths

190
Paragraph 6.65
Replace by:
2

existing Section IV Notice Week 32/14


282

Automatic Identification System:


Rockabill Lighthouse (533580N 60028W).
Imogene Light Buoy (535741N 60703W).
Hellyhunter Light Buoy (540035N 60205W).
Haulbowline Lighthouse (540120N 60474W).
Vidal Bank Beacon (front light) (540180N
60543W).
Saint Johns Point Light (541360N 53958W).
For details see The Mariners Handbook and
Admiralty List of Radio Signals Volume 2.

Paragraph 8.331
40 m.

line 4 For 39 to 50 m Read 35 to

Danish Notice 51--52/596/14


(SDD 2015000 005111)

[05/15]

Denmark West coast Horns Rev


Meteorological mast

191
After Paragraph 6.73

line 2 Insert:

AIS: Imogene Light Buoy (535741N 60703W).

286

193
After Paragraph 6.87

Paragraph 8.361

line 1 Insert:

lines 1--2 Delete.

Imogene Light Buoy (535741N 60703W).


Commissioners of Irish Lights
(SDD 2015000 001787)

Danish Notice 2/113/15


(SDD 2015000 005036)

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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS
Vol A Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.
Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
A00665

- Inner Harbour. Visitors


Yacht Haven. North Quay

*
A0848

*
- Sovereign Harbour Marina

50 0920 N
5 0394 W

Dir WRG 3s

*
50 4724 N
0 1984 E

Fl(3)W 15s

12

9 Fixed street light pole 15.


Iso G2258-2308(5).
Iso W2308-2358(5).
Iso R2358-2408(5)
*
*
*
7 Concrete tower

WEST COAST. FIRTH OF CLYDE. FIRTH OF CLYDE CHANNEL. ISLE OF BUTE


- Toward Point
55 5173 N
Fl W 10s
21
22 White tower
4 5878 W
19
(GB:CPO)
*

A4362

3 rapid Intens flashes every 15s. TE


2015
*

fl 02.
Reduced range up to 10M (T) 2015
*

Vol B Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 3, dated 15 January 2015.
B3345

- Hna

NO, , 113500

59 1212 N
5 4975 E

Oc(2)WRG 8s

8 W10 White lantern on


R77 tripod
G73 13

*
B3346

- Halsne. W Point. ksnes

NO, , 113800

59 1225 N
5 5521 E

Oc WRG 6s

8 W10 Post
R81 3
G76

R0538-0703(165),
W0703-0992(289),
G0992-1051(59),
W1051-1093(42),
R1093-2123(103),
G2123-2367(244),
W2367-2778(411),
R2778-304(262)
*
R3464-3581(117),
G3581-0175(194),
W0175-0238(63),
R0238-0884(646),
W0884-0903(19),
G0903-1666(763),
W1666-1716(5),
R1716-1766(5),
W1766-1795(29),
G1795-190(105),
R1901-2213(312)
*

Vol C Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
C1403

- Nienhagen. ODAS

DE, 2, 12200

54 1049 N
11 5661 E

Fl(5)Y 20s

..

C1413

. . Yellow platform on 3 Measuring Station


yellow pillars
7
*
*

MECKLENBURGER BUCHT. ROSTOCK. WARNEMNDE HAFEN


Remove from list; deleted

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C36061
EE, , 872

- Approach Ldg Lts 0239.


Rear. 820m from front

58 2314 N
24 2828 E

Iso R 6s

37

----

..

FR
*

..
*

*
C3612
EE, , 891

*
- Inner Ldg Lts 0262.
Front. Silla

58 2336 N
24 2920 E

Iso R 2s

16

----

..

FR
*

..
*

*
C36121
EE, , 892

- Inner Ldg Lts 0262. Rear.


230m from front

58 2347 N
24 2930 E

Iso R 6s

29

----

..

FR

..
*

11 White U, black
stripe, on metal
framework tower
34
8
*
*

R0199-0279(8)

2 Orange U, white
stripe, on metal
framework tower
13
1
*
*

Vis 4 each side of leading line

2 Orange U, white
stripe, on metal
framework tower
22
1
*
*

Vis 4 each side of leading line

.. ..

TE 2014

Vol D Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
D2978
FR, LC, 21920

BAIE DU LVRIER. PRESQU' LE DU CAP BLANC. NOUADHIBOU


- Mineral Port. Ore Pier. S
20 4874 N
FR
..
Head
17 0217 W

*
D29782

- Mineral Port. Ore Pier. N


Elbow

20 4896 N
17 0216 W

FR

..

.. ..

TE 2014
*

D3887

- Oando Jetty S End

6 2732 N
3 2258 E
*

Fl W 15s

..

Fl W 15s

..

6 2744 N
3 2260 E
*

Seeb Fishery Harbour. Main


Breakwater

23 4151 N
58 1090 E

LFl R 6s

5 Red & on grey metal TE 2014


post
3

*
D38871

*
- Oando Jetty N End

*
D732285
OM, , 0982

D7324
OM, , 1006

D73252

JUZOR AD DAYMNYT
- Juzor Ad Daymnyt
23 5134 N
58 0395 E
(AMNAS)

Fl W 10s

31

--

..

Racon

..

- Dir Lt 270

23 4978 N
57 3147 E

Dir Iso WRG


2s

13

4 White , on black
pile

--

..

By day

..

OM, , 1038

15 Metal framework
tower
5
.. ..

Range 3M (T) 2014

ALRS Vol 2 Station 76410


*
Iso G2675-2688(13).
Iso W2688-2708(2).
Iso R2708-2717(09)
*

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Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
E037425
ES, II, 27901

- Sant Carles de la Rpita.


Drsena Este. Breakwater.
Corner

40 3699 N
0 3650 E

Q(6) + LFl W
15s

3 " on black beacon,


yellow top
2

W180-090(270).
TE 2015
*

E15412

Nettuno. Outer Mole. Head

IT, , 2253

41 2710 N
12 3960 E

Fl G 5s

11

*
E15413
IT, , 2254

E154135
IT, , 22542

E15414
IT, , 22544

Nettuno. West Outer Mole.


Head

8 Green column on
pedestal
*

11

8 Red post

fl 15.
Private. Fl Y 4s, F R and F G lights
exist within harbour marking
works in progress (T) 2014
*

41 2710 N
12 3953 E
*

Fl R 5s

fl 15.
Private

Nettuno. Avamporto. Pier.


Head

41 2722 N
12 3962 E

2 F G(vert)

4 Green post

G355-295(300).
2m apart. Private. TE 2014
*

Nettuno. Bunkering Pier.


Head

41 2726 N
12 3966 E

FR

1 Red post

Private. TE 2014

*
E154145
IT, , 22546

Nettuno. Harbour Masters


Pier. Head

41 2726 N
12 3971 E

FG

1 Green post

Private. TE 2014
*

ISOLA DI ZANNONE
- Punta Varo

E1576

40 5790 N
13 0300 E

LFl W 8s

41

Isola di Ponza. La Rotonda


della Madonna

40 5371 N
12 5822 E

Fl(4)W 15s

61

- - Reserve light
--

..
..

..
FR

..
55

Secca del Torrione. S Head

40 4657 N
14 0256 E

Q(6)+LFl W
15s

IT, , 2263

8 White post
5

*
E1580
IT, , 2266
IT, , 2270

15 White truncated
1 conical tower and
dwelling
18
11
9 Terrace of same
structure

*
E1619
IT, , 2354

5 " on black buoyant


beacon, yellow top
5

fl 2.
W270-044(134)
*
(fl 1, ec 1) x 3, fl 1, ec 8.
W(12M)206-023(177),
W(1M)070-080(10) to aid
anchoring at Chiaia di Luna
R301-341(40) over Secche Le
Formiche
*
Ra refl
*

E1648
IT, , 2436

- Antemurale Thaon de
Revel. SW End

40 5002 N
14 1659 E

Fl G 4s

18

9 Green round tower


12

fl 1
*

E17725
IT, , 27254

- Villa San Giovanni. Molo


di Ponente. Near root

38 1300 N
15 3792 E

FG

..

3 ..

Private. TE 2015
*

E1774
IT, , 27252

- Villa San Giovanni. Ferry


Landings. W Head

38 1300 N
15 3796 E

F RGR(vert)

4 Green post

Private. TE 2015
*

E17742
IT, , 2725

- Villa San Giovanni. Ferry


Landings. Central. Head

38 1302 N
15 3798 E

F GR(vert)

..

3 ..

Private. TE 2015
*

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E1775
IT, , 27244

- Villa San Giovanni. Ferry


Landings. E Head

38 1304 N
15 3799 E

FR

..

3 ..

Private. TE 2015
*

E17752
IT, , 27242

- Villa San Giovanni. Ferry


Landings. E Head. Banchina
di Levante

38 1305 N
15 3802 E

FR

..

3 ..

Private. TE 2015
*

E1830

- Molo di Levante. Head

IT, , 2802

37 2905 N
15 0597 E

LFl G 5s

12

8 Green column on
pedestal
6

fl 2

*
E1832

- Molo di Mezzogiorno. S
Head

37 2948 N
15 0575 E

Fl R 2s

IT, , 2812

E18325

- Breakwater. Head

37 2933 N
15 0565 E

LFl R 5s

Roccella Ionica. Outer Mole. 38 1949 N


Head
16 2586 E

Fl G 3s

11

5 Green structure
8

fl 1.
Private. F G 5m light exists within
harbour (T) 2015
*

Roccella Ionica. Inner Mole.


Head

38 1956 N
16 2587 E

Fl R 3s

11

5 Red post
8

fl 1.
Private. F R 5m light exists within
harbour (T) 2015
*

Torre Vado. Outer Mole

39 4978 N
18 1676 E

Fl(3)G 6s

3 Green post

(fl 05, ec 1) x 2, fl 05, ec 25.


Private. Withdrawn (T) 2015
*

- Diga di Punta Riso. Head

Fl(2)G 10s

12

8 Green post

---

40 3977 N
17 5978 E
..

Racon

..

.. ..

fl 1, ec 2, fl 1, ec 6.
Private
ALRS Vol 2 Station 70120
*

- Diga di Costa Morena. E


Head

40 3906 N
17 5841 E

FR

5 Red post

IT, , 2804

E21085
IT, , 3386

E21086
IT, , 33866T

11

5 Red column on
pedestal
5

5 Red post on platform fl 2.


5
TE; replaced by port lateral buoy
LFl R 5s close SE (T) 2015
*

*
E2175
IT, , 3588

E2198
IT, , 3631

E22035
IT, , 3648

fl 05.
TE; replaced by port lateral buoy
Fl R 2s close E (T) 2015
*

Private. (T) 2015


*

E2206

- Diga di Costa Morena.


Head

IT, , 3650

40 3904 N
17 5817 E

FR

5 Red round tower

Removed (T) 2014


*

E2256

Porto di Bisceglie. Dock

IT, , 37695

*
E2258
IT, , 3769

*
Porto di Bisceglie. E Mole.
Head

41 1470 N
16 3040 E
*

FG

41 1471 N
16 3043 E

FR

IT, , 3768

Porto di Bisceglie. Mole


Libert. Head

41 1478 N
16 3058 E

1 ..

..
*

E22582

Fl G 5s
*

Private
*

10 Red tower
6
*

10

5 Green post

*
R230-280(50).
Private
*
fl 05.
Private
*

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E2275

Foce Aloisa. Pier. Head

IT, , 3794

41 2603 N
16 0060 E

FR

16

3 Red post on white hut Private. TE 2015


*

GULF OF VENICE
- Rt Savudrija

E2642

45 2941 N
13 2946 E

Fl(3)W 15s

36

- - Reserve light
--*

..
..
..

..
Siren(2) 42s
AIS
*

..
..
..
*

- Sv Ivan na Puini

45 0257 N
13 3682 E

Fl(2)W 10s

23

- - Reserve light
--*

..
..
..

..
Siren 30s
AIS
*

..
..
..
*

- Luka Pula. Rt Kumpar.


Breakwater. Head

44 5320 N
13 4736 E

Fl G 3s

-----

..

AIS

HR, , 75

*
E2690
HR, , 104

*
E2720
HR, , 115

*
E2738

..
*

Hrid Porer

44 4549 N
13 5345 E

Fl(3)W 15s

35

- Reserve light
- E2742 Emergency light

..
..

..
Iso WRG 6s

..
12

..
..
..

Siren(2) 42s
Racon
AIS
*

..
..
..
*

44 5527 N
14 1732 E

Fl(3)W 15s

20

..

AIS
*

..
*

44 1818 N
15 0156 E

Fl W 10s

21

..

AIS

..
*

HR, , 125
HR, , 126

*
E2764

*
- Hrid Zaglav

HR, , 156

-*
E3081

*
- Otok Vir

HR, , 333

-*

E3275

Fl(2)R 6s

11

- - Reserve light
--*

..
..
..

..
Horn(2) 20s
AIS
*

..
..
..
*

Otok Zlarin. Rt Rat

43 3963 N
15 5216 E
..
*

Fl(2)W 5s

12

AIS

..
*

HR, , 478

-*

43 4330 N
15 5100 E

HR, , 481

*
LUKA IBENIK
- Rt Jadrija

E3248

5.5

30 White round masonry fl 05, ec 32, fl 05, ec 33, fl 05, ec 7


tower, grey cupola
29
12
.. ..
bl 4, si 4, bl 4, si 30
.. ..
MMSI No 992381250
*
*
*
24 Stone tower on
dwelling
15
12
.. ..
.. ..
*
*

fl 05, ec 25, fl 05, ec 65.


Distress Signals

6 Green tower with


column and gallery
5
.. ..
*
*

fl 03

25 Stone tower on
dwelling
31
12
W11 Red lantern on
R 7 column and gallery,
G 7 on dwelling
2
.. ..
.. ..
.. ..
*
*

bl 4, si 26
MMSI No 992381110
*

MMSI No 992381220
*
(fl 03, ec 27) x 2, fl 03, ec 87.
W255-147(252)

W258-326(68), R326-352(26),
G352-163(171).
Located on S side of roof
bl 4, si 4, bl 4, si 30
ALRS Vol 2 Station 70500
MMSI No 992381100
*

10 Square tower with


gallery on dwelling
15
.. ..
*
*

(fl 05, ec 2) x 2, fl 05, ec 95

11 Stone tower, gallery


and dwelling
21
.. ..
*
*

fl 1.
W315-163(208)

9 Stone tower, gallery


and dwelling
12
6
.. ..
.. ..
*
*

fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 4.
R160-098(298)

6 Square stone tower


8
.. ..
*
*

fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 3.
W180-045(225)
MMSI No 992381230
*

MMSI No 992381120
*

MMSI No 992381200
*

bl 4, si 2, bl 4, si 10
MMSI No 992381210
*

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E3554

Otoi Glavat

42 4594 N
17 0877 E

Fl(5)W 30s

45

- Reserve light
*

..
..

..
AIS

HR, , 690

(fl 036, ec 34) x 4, fl 036, ec 146.


W120-070(310)

..
..
*

22 Stone tower on
dwelling
19
12
.. ..
*
*

30

12 Lighthouse

(T) 2015

MMSI No 992381070
*

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Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
F09575

Ravva Port

*
F11285

*
GULF OF MARTABAN

*
F11286

*
GULF OF MARTABAN

*
F11287

*
GULF OF MARTABAN

16 2960 N
82 0675 E
*

Fl(4)W 20s

14 1659 N
96 0248 E
*

Lit

14 1149 N
96 0282 E
*

Lit

14 0953 N
95 5679 E
*

Lit

F3053

Cua Bo De. Bo De

F36093

XIAMEN GANG AND APPROACHES


Remove from list; deleted

F369232

- Meishan. Fengshui Jiao

CN, G102, 253418

*
F3714197

- Majiaoti Jiao

CN, G102, 25327

*
- Waihoumen

-*

..
*
..
*

*
..

Fl(4)W 12s

20

Fl(2)W 5s

Fl(2)W 6s

XIANGSHAN GANG. XIAZHI MEN


- Xiaofengshui Jiao
29 4725 N
122 1329 E

CN, G102, 23261

29 4689 N
122 1242 E

*
F3717752

29 4481 N
121 5502 E

CN, G102, 25325

F3714198

8 4540 N
105 1336 E

Fl W 4s

*
30 3560 N
122 0569 E

Fl(4)W 12s

26

..

Racon

..
*

5.6

. . Platform
*

*
Other installations exist in this field

. . Platform
*
. . Platform
*

15 White round tower,


red bands, on
building set on piles

TE; Replaced by isolated danger


buoy in positon 8454N 105134E
(T) 2014
*

3 # on black metal
Isolated danger mark
framework tower, red
band
5
*
*
*
4 White concrete
column
8
*
*

4 White concrete
column
8
*
*

10 Green and white


metal column
9
.. ..
*
*

ALRS Vol 2 Station 81771.5


*

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F371809

CN, G102, 23246225

F371824
CN, G102, 2262036

F3806576

LANSHAN GANG
- Pier for 20,000 tons

CN, G101, 1748005

*
RIZHAO GANG
- Shijiu Gangqu. E
Breakwater

F380809
CN, G101, 1748006

F3808105
CN, G101, 1755004

CN, G101, 1755003

.. ..
*

35 0656 N
119 2352 E

FG

35 2042 N
119 3345 E

13
*

Iso G 6s

19

RIZHAO GANG
- Shijiu Gangqu. Service
Boat Pier. W Head

35 2253 N
119 3245 E

Fl G 3s

*
RIZHAO GANG
- Shijiu Gangqu. Service
Boat Pier. E Head
*
- Berth No 40
*
- Berth No 37

35 2251 N
119 3267 E

*
- Berth No 36

CN, G101, 131224

10
*

Fl R 3s

10
*

Fl W 4s

39 1281 N
119 0174 E
*

Iso R 4s

39 1259 N
119 0133 E

Fl W 4s

39 1308 N
119 0224 E

CN, G101, 131225

..
*

19

F393343

AIS

Iso R 6s

CN, G101, 131226

F393342

35 2014 N
119 3338 E
*

*
F393341

RIZHAO GANG
- Shijiu Gangqu. W
Breakwater
*

F380811

Mo(C)W 12s

HANGZHOU WAN AND ZHOUSHAN QUNDAO. HANGZHOU WAN


- Hangpan Yang
30 3585 N
Mo(C)W 12s
8
121 3034 E
-..
AIS
..
*
*
*
*

CN, G101, 177689

F380808

30 3303 N
121 5000 E
..
*

MMSI No 999412224
*

MMSI No 999412340
*

4
.. ..
*

5 White concrete
column, green bands
10
*
*

8 White concrete
column
16
*
*

8 White concrete
column, red bands
*
*

3 White metal tower,


green bands
8
*
*

3 White metal tower,


red bands
8
*
*

7 White GRP tower,


red bands
7
*
*

7 Red GRP tower


5
*
*

7 White GRP tower,


red bands
7
*
*

Vol G Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 3, dated 15 January 2015.
G343405

SALINA CRUZ
Remove from list; deleted

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G34341

SALINA CRUZ
Remove from list; deleted

G343415

SALINA CRUZ
Remove from list; deleted

G343418

SALINA CRUZ
Remove from list; deleted

G3800
US, VI, 3122

- Main Channel. Ldg Lts


2958. Front

33 4316 N
118 1629 W

QY

13

. . Framework tower

Vis 4 each side of rangeline.


Shown 24 hours

G3876
US, VI, 2800

GULF OF SANTA CATALINA. SAN PEDRO BAY. ANAHEIM BAY


- W Jetty. No 5
33 4365 N
Fl G 25s
9
118 0611 W
--..
Horn 15s
..

4 Green & on post


.. ..

bl 2.
Sound signal activated by keying the
mic 5 times consecutively on
VHF-FM channel 81A. Operates for
30 minutes
*

Vol J Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
J0234
US, I, 8330

- Portsmouth Fort Point


(New Castle)
--

43 0426 N
70 4252 W
..

FG

16

Horn 10s

..

12 White conical tower


16
.. ..

*
J0382
US, I, 13275

- Provincetown Harbor. Long 42 0199 N


Point
70 1012 W
--..

Oc G 4s

11

8 White square tower

Horn 15s

..

.. ..

bl 2.
Fog signal activated by keying the mic
5 times consecutively on VHF-FM
channel 83A/157175MHz. Operates
for 45 minutes
*
Light may also be displayed during
daytime when sound signal is in
operation
bl 3.
Fog signal activated by keying the mic
5 times consecutively on VHF-FM
channel 83A/157175MHz. Operates
for 45 minutes
*

*
J0383
US, I, 13270

- Provincetown Harbor.
Wood End

42 0127 N
70 1161 W

Fl R 10s

14

13 White square tower


12

---

..

Horn 30s

..

.. ..

*
J0386
US, I, 485

J0443

- Race Point. NW Point of


Cape Cod
*

42 0374 N
70 1458 W
*

bl 1.
Fog signal activated by keying the mic
5 times consecutively on VHF-FM
channel 83A/157175MHz. Operates
for 45 minutes
*

Fl W 10s

12

14 White tower
14
*
*

W292-220(288)
*

NANTUCKET SOUND. MARTHA'S VINEYARD ISLAND


Remove from list; deleted

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J04484

NANTUCKET SOUND. MARTHA'S VINEYARD ISLAND


Remove from list; deleted

J0461

VINEYARD SOUND. CAPE COD


Remove from list; deleted

J04615
US, I, 15737

*
J0462
US, I, 157408

*
J04625
US, I, 157409

*
J08201
US, I, 26160

- Great Harbor. Ferry Slip 1.


No 2
*

41 3134 N
70 4025 W
*

FR

- Great Harbor. Ferry Slip 2.


No 1
*

41 3134 N
70 4025 W
*

FG

- Great Harbor. Ferry Slip 2.


No 2
*

41 3132 N
70 4026 W
*

FR
*

- Port Jefferson. Dir Lt


1465

40 5679 N
73 0425 W

Dir F W

13

*
4

*
4

.. ..
*

US, II, 10995

8 Post

Horn 30s

..

.. ..

32 1000 N
80 4853 W
*

Fl R 25s

5 Red %, yellow %, on
pile
*
*

- No 32

32 0899 N
80 4983 W
*

QR

- Pasa La Manteca

22 0073 N
82 4280 W

Fl W 8s

---

38 0736 N
75 5731 W
..

J2114

CHESAPEAKE BAY. CHOPTANK RIVER


Remove from list; changed to Daybeacon

J276425

- No 30

US, III, 35790

US, III, 35800

CU, P2101, 11561

4 Red % on pile

QR

12

*
Vis 08 each side of bearing

US, II, 23495

J51935

Fl R 4s

36 5997 N
76 1872 W

*
Private

4 White ,, orange
border, on pile
marked DANGER
SUBMERGED
PILING
*

CHESAPEAKE BAY
- Lower Thorofare. No 2

J27643

. . Red
*

*
Private

- Phoebus Channel Wreck.


WR2

J1992

.. ..

*
J1430

Private

bl 3.
Sounded 15/9 to 1/6. Audible 230 to
150
*

4 Red %, yellow %, on For continuation of Intracoastal


dolphin
Waterway see J2767

14 White metal
framework tower
10
*

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Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
K082041
FR, LC, 45001

Pointe Molloy. Ldg Lts


31430. Rear. 320m from
front

49 2100 S
70 0440 E

QW

20

12 Black S on white
beacon

(FR)

*
K22701

- Point Henry. Channel Ldg 38 0803 S


Lts 234. Rear. 945m from 144 2564 E
front

*
F Bu

26

Neon U . TE 2014

.. ..

*
K232225

- Entrance Beacon

K23234

38 1793 S
144 5392 E
..
*

Fl W 5s

..

38 1790 S
144 5886 E
*

Fl(2)Y 5s

41 2156 S
174 5087 E

Fl(3)WR 12s

--

K23294

*
- No 24

9 ) on yellow beacon,
black top

QW

-*

38 1770 S
144 4115 E
..
*

- Dromana Bay. Martha


Point
*

K37309

WHANGAREI HARBOUR
Remove from list; deleted

K4006

- Pencarrow Head

AIS
*

11 Beacon

AIS
*

*
..

. . Yellow on yellow
pile
*
*

18 W12 White tower,


R10 concrete base
17
*

(fl 1, ec 2) x 2, fl 1, ec 5.
W(12M)0005-081(805),
R(10M)081-1765(955),
W(12M)1765-1875(11)
*

COOK STRAIT. WELLINGTON HARBOUR (PORT NICHOLSON)


Remove from list; deleted

K4040
K4043

- Lambton Harbour. Kings


Wharf. Off Wharf 130m S

41 1694 S
174 4707 E
*

Iso G 3s

- Seaview Marina. Sector


Light
*

41 1516 S
174 5418 E
*

F WRG

K49686

- S Side

FR, LC, 65840

(FR)

17 3147 S
149 4583 W

K40562
*

4 Pile beacon
*

1 Steel pole

Fl R 25s

5 Red & on red beacon fl 05


8

G130-135(5), W135-138(3),
R138-143(5)
*

Vol L Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
L07978
NO, , 331312

BORGUNDFJORDEN
- Alesund. Kolvikflaket

62 2812 N
6 1287 E

Iso R 2s

5.10

2 ..

Floodlit

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ELLINGSYFJORDEN
- Brattholmen

L0798
NO, , 334700

62 2905 N
6 1312 E

Fl WR 3s

9 W28 Post
R16 4

R0699-0913(214),
W0913-2689(1776),
R2689-285(161),
W285-3297(447),
R3297-3403(106)
*

Vol M Edition 2014/15. Weekly Edition No. 5, Dated 29 January 2015.


Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4, dated 22 January 2015.
M4794
JP, 411, 6909

- Tane Sumiyoshi.
Sumiyoshi Misaki

30 4014 N
130 5647 E

Fl W 5s

22

7 White tower
10

(JP)

*
M4796
JP, 411, 6905

- Nishinoomote Ko.
30 4414 N
Sunosaki Breakwater. Head 130 5931 E

Fl G 4s

12

5 White round concrete


tower
9
*

(JP)

*
M4819

Maese Hana

31 1494 N
130 2475 E

Fl W 4s

16

5 White tower
9
*

- Kunehama Ko

34 1020 N
129 1058 E

FFl G 3s

13

F 2 White tower
Fl 5 9
*

JP, 411, 6609

M50746
JP, 411, 6048

M56884
JP, 411, 47435

*
M6440

AKI NADA. HIROSHIMA WAN. HIROSHIMA KO. NI-NO-SHIMA


- Ni-no-Shima. N
34 1887 N
FFl R 3s
7 F 2 Red tower
Breakwater. Head
132 2585 E
Fl 5 5
*
*
*
*
*
*
- Breakwater. W End

JP, 411, 2308

35 2261 N
139 5167 E

Iso G 4s

11

5 White round concrete


tower
9
*
*

35

5 White round concrete


tower
12
*

M6534

ISHINOMAKI WAN
- Watanoha Ko. O Saki

JP, 411, 1737

M7200

HEGURA SHIMA
- Hegura Shima. Summit

JP, 411, 1116

38 2333 N
141 2185 E

37 5109 N
136 5510 E

Fl W 5s

Fl W 10s

43

18 White round concrete


tower
34

46

12 White square
concrete tower
10

5 Yellow tube
4

*
M72438
JP, 411, 1057

- Karei Saki

35 5329 N
135 5975 E

Fl(2)W 9s
*

M72465
JP, 411, 1053

WAKASA WAN. TSURUGA WAN. TSURUGA KO


- Outer Breakwater
35 4077 N
Fl Y 3s
136 0336 E
*

(T) 2015
*

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M7529
RU, 2401, 423

- Bukhta Razboynik. Val'dta

42 5400 N
132 2150 E

Iso G 3s

13

3 Red metal 4-sided


framework tower
3

In line with white tower. TE 2015


*

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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS
Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 29 January 2015

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 www.ukho.gov.uk/msi. To obtain
the colour versions select View and download NMs -- select Weekly -- select Year -- select Week -- go to Selected Week Content
-- select File (for example: NP286(3)--WK01--14--PAGE149_Week01_2014.pdf)

VOLUME 1, PART 1, NP 281(1), 2014/15


Published Wk 35/14
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 22 January 2014)

MARITIME RADIO STATIONS


PAGE 135, LATVIA, LIEPJA RADIO.
Delete entry
Riga MRCC (RSDRA2015000000605) 5/15

PAGE 136, diagram, BALTIC SEA, LITHUANIA AND RUSSIA, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC, in
approximate position 56q30cN, 21q00cE.
Delete legend Liepja with station symbol.
Riga MRCC (RSDRA2015000000605) 5/15

VOLUME 1, PART 2, NP 281(2), 2014/15


Published Wk 37/14
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52 dated 25 December 2014)

MARITIME RADIO STATIONS


PAGE 172, JAPAN, MARITIME TELEMEDICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE (TMAS), Contacts table, rows 3 & 4.
Delete and replace by:

JCG HQ Operations Centre Tokyo:


+81 3 35919812

TELEX: +72 2225193 JMSAHQ J (JCG HQ Operations Centre Tokyo)

JCG HQ Operations Centre Tokyo:


+81 3 35812853

e--mail: jcg--op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 173, diagram, JAPAN (HOKKAIDO), Coast Guard Radio, in approximate position 44q30cN, 145q00cE, JCG HQ Tokyo
Operations Centre, row 2.
Delete:
op@kaiho.milt.go.jp
and replace by:
jcg--op@mlit.go.jp
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

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PAGE 173, diagram, JAPAN (HOKKAIDO), Coast Guard Radio, in approximate position 43q30cN, 140q00cE, Hokkaido,
row 2.
Delete:
+81 134 329118
and replace by:
+82 134 276172
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 174, diagram, JAPAN (HONSHU), Coast Guard Radio.


Delete diagram and replace by diagram on page 6.3.
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 175, diagram, JAPAN (SOUTH), Coast Guard Radio.


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Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 176, diagram, JAPAN (OKINAWA), Coast Guard Radio, in approximate position 25q50cN, 128q30cE, JCG HQ Tokyo
Operations Centre, row 2.
Delete:
op@kaiho.milt.go.jp
and replace by:
jcg--op@mlit.go.jp
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 176, diagram, JAPAN (OKINAWA), Coast Guard Radio, in approximate position 26q25cN, 127q30cE, Okinawa, row 2.
Delete:
+81 98 9487645
and replace by:
+81 98 8664999
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PAGE 177, JAPAN, HIROSHIMA (JNE) (HIROSHIMA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 82 2515115

CALL: Hiroshima Coast Guard Radio

+81 82 2515185

e--mail: (MRCC): jcg06op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 177, JAPAN, HOKKAIDO (JNL) (OTARU MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 134 276172

CALL: Hokkaido Coast Guard Radio

+81 134 212835

e--mail: jcg01op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 178, JAPAN, JAPAN COAST GUARD (HEADQUARTERS TOKYO), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

Operations Centre:

+81 3 35919812

TELEX: +72 2225193 JMSAHQ J

Operations Centre:

+81 3 35812853

e--mail: jcg--op@mlit.go.jp

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140

142

JAPAN (HONSHU)
Coast Guard Radio

144

Iwaya

Hokkoku

All stations monitor DSC MF 21875


and RT (MF) 2182 kHz
All remote VHF sites monitor Ch 16
Hours of Watch: H24

V1(2)HONSHU V004 14/01/15

138

Kodomari

KEY:
= Remote VHF site

Miyara

Same

JCG HQ Tokyo
Operations Centre
+81 3 35919812
Telex:+72 2225193JMSAHQJ
E-mail: jcg-op@mlit.go.jp

40

40
Oga
Jyunishin

Niigata
DSC MF

MMSI 004310901

Ryori zaki

+81 25 2850122

CALL Niigata Coast Guard Radio

Atsumi

Komagamine
Hiranezaki

38

38

Shiogama

Megami
DSC MF

Nekogatake

MMSI 004310201

+81 22 3654999

CALL Shiogama Coast Guard Radio

HONSHU
Kittoya
Tokyo (JNA)
DSC HF

MMSI 004310001

PA C I F I C

OCEAN

+81 3 35919000

Kuragatake

CALL Tokyo Coast Guard Radio

Tsukuba
Nagoya

36

DSC MF

Yokohama

MMSI 004310401

DSC MF

+81 52 6514999

36

MMSI 004310301

+81 45 6634999

CALL Nagoya Coast Guard Radio

CALL Yokohama Coast Guard Radio

Digital Selective Calling (DSC)


Takeyama

Yanbara

Shirahama

Hongu
Suzaki
Asamagatake

138

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Band
VHF
MF
HF4
HF6
HF8
HF12
HF16
142

6.3

DSC
Ch 70
21875 kHz
42075 kHz
6312 kHz
84145 kHz
12577 kHz
168045 kHz

Voice
Ch 16
2182 kHz
4125 kHz
6215 kHz
8291 kHz
12290 kHz
16420 kHz
144

SITOR
21745 kHz
41775 kHz
6268 kHz
83765 kHz
12520 kHz
16695 kHz

130

132

134

136

JAPAN (SOUTH)
Coast Guard Radio

38

38

All stations monitor DSC MF 21875 and RT (MF) 2182 kHz


All remote VHF sites monitor Ch 16
Hours of Watch: H24

KEY:
= Remote VHF site

Miyara

JCG HQ Tokyo
Operations Centre

Maizuru
DSC MF

+81 3 35919812
Telex:+72 2225193JMSAHQJ
E-mail: jcg-op@mlit.go.jp

KO R E A

MMSI 004310801

+81 773 764100

CALL Maizuru Coast Guard Radio

Yokoo

36

36

Echizen

Moji
DSC MF

Makuragisan

MMSI 004310701

+81 93 3210556

Mikawayama

Nohara

Hiroshima

CALL Moji Coast Guard Radio

DSC MF

MMSI 004310601

H ON S H U

Maji

+81 82 2515115

Rokko

CALL Hiroshima Coast Guard Radio

Nachi

Kamiagata
Goshikidai

Hio

Onzoji

Senzan

Noro

Mokkoku

34

Ryuoka

Kazashi

34

Kanodaini

SH IKOK U

Tanabe

Myoujinyama

Maebaru
Suzaki

Seto
Yukizaki

Kobe
DSC MF

Unzen

KYUSHU

MMSI 004310501

+81 78 3914999

CALL Kobe Coast Guard Radio


Hatakura

32

32

Shibi

Takahata

Ooura

Kagoshima

Yoshimiyama
DSC MF

MMSI 004311001

+81 99 2554999

Daidou

CALL Kagoshima Coast Guard Radio

PA C I F I C

30

OCEAN

30

Nakanoshima

Digital Selective Calling (DSC)


Band
VHF
MF
HF4
HF6
HF8
HF12
HF16

Asado
Yui

28

26

130

132

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Ch 70
21875 kHz
42075 kHz
6312 kHz
84145 kHz
12577 kHz
168045 kHz

134

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Ch 16
2182 kHz
4125 kHz
6215 kHz
8291 kHz
12290 kHz
16420 kHz

SITOR
21745 kHz
41775 kHz
6268 kHz
83765 kHz
12520 kHz
16695 kHz

28

136

26

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PAGE 178, JAPAN, KAGOSHIMA (JNJ) (KAGOSHIMA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 99 2554999

CALL: Kagoshima Coast Guard Radio

+81 99 2526878

e--mail: jcg10op@mlit.go.jp

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PAGE 178, JAPAN, KOBE (JGD) (KOBE MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 78 3914999

CALL: Kobe Coast Guard Radio

+81 78 3916609

e--mail: jcg05op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 179, JAPAN, MAIZURA (JNC) (MAIZURA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 773 764100

CALL: Maizuru Coast Guard Radio

+81 773 782375

e--mail: jcg08op@mlit.go.jp

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PAGE 179, JAPAN, MOJI (JNR) (KITAKYUSHI MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 93 3210556

CALL: Moji Coast Guard Radio

+81 93 3218611

e--mail: jcg07op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 180, JAPAN, NAGOYA (JNT) (NAGOYA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 52 6514999

CALL: Nagoya Coast Guard Radio

+81 52 6611640

e--mail: jcg04op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 180, JAPAN, NIIGATA (JNV) (NIIGATA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 25 2850122

CALL: Niigata Coast Guard Radio

+81 25 2882613

e--mail: jcg09op@mlit.go.jp

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PAGE 181, JAPAN, OKINAWA (JNB) (NAHA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 98 8664999

CALL: Okinawa Coast Guard Radio

e--mail: jcg11op@mlit.go.jp

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PAGE 181, JAPAN, SHIOGAMA (JNN) (SHIOGAMA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 22 3654999

CALL: Shiogama Coast Guard Radio

+81 22 3679098

e--mail: jcg02op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 181, JAPAN, SHIOGAMA (JNN) (SHIOGAMA MRCC), VHF table, row 6, column 1
Delete:
Kagura
and replace by:
Kittoya
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Delete:
Ojika
and replace by:
Oga
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 182, JAPAN, TOKYO (JNA) [2400] (JCG HQ), Contacts table, row 3, column 2.
Delete:
e--mail: jamcc@kaiho.mlit.go.gp
and replace by:
email: (JCG HQ): jcg--op@mlit.go.jp
Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 183, JAPAN, YOKOHAMA (JGC) (YOKOHAMA MRCC), Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:

+81 45 6634999

CALL: Yokohama Coast Guard Radio

+81 45 2122010

e--mail: jcg03op@mlit.go.jp

Japanese Coast Guard (RSDRA2014000273092) 5/15

PAGE 183, JAPAN, YOKOHAMA (JGC) (YOKOHAMA MRCC), VHF table, row 2, column 1.
Delete:
Ogusu
and replace by:
Takeyama
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VOLUME 5, NP 285, 2014/15
Published Wk 23/14
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 1 dated 1 January 2015)

NAVTEX
NAVAREA I.
PAGE 274, BELGIUM, Oostende [T] [V] [B], NAVTEX [V] table, column 1, row 2.
Delete time 1730 and replace by 0730
UKHO 5/15

DISTRESS, SEARCH AND RESCUE


NAVAREA XI.
PAGE 397, JAPAN.
Delete entry and replace by:
National SAR Agency: Japan Coast Guard (JCG)
Address: 2--1--3 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100--8918, Japan
Tel: +81 3 35919000, 3 35919812 (Operations Centre)
Fax: +81 3 35918701, 3 35812853 (Operations Centre)
Telex: +72 2225193 JMSAHQ J
email: jcg--op@mlit.go.jp & kyuunan@kaiho.mlit.go.jp
Operations Centre of Japan Coast Guard HQ will receive SAR information and disseminate to the relevant domestic and foreign RCCs.
Coast Radio Stations of the Japan Coast Guard maintain a continuous watch on international distress frequencies VHF Ch 16 and DSC
21875 kHz. Tokyo Coast Guard Radio maintains a watch on HF DSC frequencies 4, 6, 8, 12 & 16 MHz. Eleven Coast Guard Radio
stations are assigned to the eleven Regional Coast Guard Headquarters.
TeleMedical Assistance Service: There are a number of Japanese hospitals providing assistance. Contact via all Japanese RCCs.
Possible consultation languages: Japanese and English.
Telephone +81

Fax +81

Others/Ship Earth Stations (SES)

JCG HQ -- TOKYO
(Operations Centre)
JAMCC
(Cospas--Sarsat SPOC)

3 35919812

3 35812853

AFTN RJTTYKYY
email jcg--op@mlit.go.jp

1st Regional HQ -- OTARU

134 276172

134 212835

email jcg01op@mlit.go.jp

2nd Regional HQ -- SHIOGAMA

22 3654999

22 3679098

email jcg02op@mlit.go.jp

3rd Regional HQ -- YOKOHAMA

45 6634999

45 2122010

email jcg03op@mlit.go.jp

4th Regional HQ -- NAGOYA

52 6514999

52 6611640

email jcg04op@mlit.go.jp

5th Regional HQ -- KOBE

78 3914999

78 3916609

email jcg05op@mlit.go.jp

6th Regional HQ -- HIROSHIMA

82 2515115

82 2515185

email jcg06op@mlit.go.jp

7th Regional HQ -- KITAKYUSHU

93 3210556

93 3218611

email jcg07op@mlit.go.jp

8th Regional HQ -- MAIZURU

773 764100

773 782375

email jcg08op@mlit.go.jp

9th Regional HQ -- NIIGATA

25 2850122

25 2882613

email jcg09op@mlit.go.jp

10th Regional HQ -- KAGOSHIMA

99 2554999

99 2526878

email jcg10op@mlit.go.jp

11th Regional HQ -- NAHA

98 8664999

98 8691167

email jcg11op@mlit.go.jp

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VOLUME 6, PART 3, NP 286(3), 2014/15

Pilots

Published Wk 27/14

CONTACT DETAILS:
Call: Lotsman
VHF Channel: Ch 06

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52 dated 25 December 2014)

PROCEDURE:
(1) Pilotage is compulsory for the port, the estuarial part of Reka Amur, Tatarskiy
Proliv and Amurskiy Liman between parallels 512600N and 533000N.
(2) Pilotage is exempt for the following:
(a) Vessels with draught of less than 44m
(b) Vessels under 1000 gt
(c) Leisure craft
(3) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send a request for pilotage to the Port Captain 24h
prior to arrival.
(4) Pilot boards in the following positions:
(a) 530738N 1404395E
(b) 520830N 1413420E
(c) 532160N 1414160E
(d) At the sea port anchorages

PAGE 62, GEORGIA, BATUMI, Pilots, PROCEDURE, section (2).


Delete and replace by:
(2) Pilot boards in the following positions:
(a) No 1: 414032N 413776E (vessels approaching from sea)
(b) No 2: 414002N 413860E (vessels approaching from anchorage)
(Former update 45/14)
Georgian ENC 410110, (RSDRA2014000263580), 5/15

Russian Notice 45/14, (RSDRA2014000228249), 5/15

VOLUME 6, PART 4, NP 286(4), 2014/15


Published Wk 32/14

PAGE 293, RUSSIA (Pacic Coast), NIKOLAEVSK-NA-AMURE, Port,


CONTACT DETAILS, State Director Inspectorate (IGN).
Delete and replace by:

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 1 dated 1 January 2015)

Hr Mr
Call: Radio 5
VHF Channel: Ch 14

PAGE 319, SOUTHERN OCEAN, TERRE ADELIE (France).


Delete and replace by:

TERRE ADELIE (France)

Russian Notice 45/14, (RSDRA2014000228249), 5/15

6640S 14001E

Port

PAGE 293, RUSSIA (Pacic Coast), NIKOLAEVSK-NA-AMURE, Port,


PROCEDURE.
Delete and replace by:

CONTACT DETAILS:
Dumont dUrville Base
VHF Channel: Ch 16; 26 27
RT Frequency (kHz): 8245
Telephone: +262(0)2 62002001
+870 764651922 (Inmarsat-F77)
+881 631413549 (Iridium)
Fax: +262(0)2 62002002
E-mail: dista@ta-taaf.fr
radio@ta-taaf.fr (Radio Communications Bureau)
Website: www.taaf.fr

PROCEDURE:
Vessels proceeding into the sea port are to establish communication with the Hr Mr on
VHF Ch 14, and at 2 n miles before arriving at the boundary of the sea port to request
conrmation of entry from the Hr Mr on VHF Chs 14 or 16.
Russian Notice 45/14, (RSDRA2014000228249), 5/15

NOTES:
(1) Ch 26 relayed as far as le des Ptrels, Ch 27 relay (installed on the highest point
of le des Ptrels) provides a range of approx 25 n miles.
(2) VHF aeronautical frequencies are provided on 1215 MHz and 1297 MHz
(communication with aircraft).

VOLUME 6, PART 7, NP 286(7), 2014/15


Published Wk 49/14

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 22 January 2015)

French Notice 51/14, (RSDRA2014000267889), 5/15

PAGES 157 & 158, GUADELOUPE (France), POINTE--PITRE.


Delete and replace by:

POINTE--PITRE

VOLUME 6, PART 6, NP 286(6), 2014/15

1614N 6132W

UNCTAD LOCODE: GP PTP

Published Wk 48/14

Pilots

CONTACT DETAILS:
VHF Channel: Ch 12
Telephone: +590 590 836818
+590 590 834137
Fax: +590 517 476264
E-mail: pilotage.guadeloupe@gmail.com
Website: www.pilotageguadeloupe.com

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 4 dated 22 January 2015)

PAGE 292, RUSSIA (Pacic Coast), NIKOLAEVSK-NA-AMURE, Pilots.


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continued on next page

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HOURS: HX
PROCEDURE:
(1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 50m LOA and is available H24.
(2) Pilot boards in the following positions:
(a) 161000N 613040W
(b) Vessel with a draught less than 74m shall agree a boarding position with the
Pilot and the Hr Mrs Oce, passing E of Lt Bn MC (161097N 613143W)
NOTE:
Provides pilotage for:
(1) Port Louis and Folle Anse (Marie Galante): Compulsory for all inward-bound
vessels over 120m LOA and all outward-bound vessels over 160m LOA.
(2) TERRE-DE-HAUT, Les Saintes: Compulsory for all vessels over 160m LOA
arriving at the anchorage.
(3) BAIE MAHAULT, Grand Cul de Sac Marin: Compulsory through the coral area for
all vessels over 50m LOA bound for Baie Mahault.

Port
CONTACT DETAILS:
Hr Mr
VHF Channel: Ch 12
Telephone: +590 590 686324
+590 690 558519 (Mobile)
Fax: +590 590 327225
E-mail: ociers@port-guadeloupe.com
Port Authority
Telephone: +590 590 686170
Fax: +590 590 686171
Website: www.port-guadeloupe.com
HOURS: HX
PROCEDURE:
(1) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA to the Hr Mrs Oce either by post or
email 24h in advance or at the latest on departure from the previous port if less than
24h away.
(2) Vessels should establish contact with the Hr Mr or Pilot on VHF Ch 12, 1h prior to
arrival at Lt Bn PP (161025N 613069W).
NOTE:
For details of SURNAV reporting procedures see MARTINIQUE (France), SURNAV
(FRENCH WEST INDIES).
French Notice 51/14, (RSDRA2014000267889), 5/15

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UPDATES TO MISCELLANEOUS ADMIRALTY NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS
There are no updates to miscellaneous Nautical Publications this week

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ADMIRALTY DIGITAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


1. ENC / ECDIS and AVCS
a)

Safety Notice

DISPLAY ANOMALIES IN SOME ECDIS


A number of ECDIS operating anomalies have been identified, including the discovery that some models of some ECDIS
equipment might not, under certain circumstances, display all navigationally significant features or activate appropriate
alarms. Due to the complex nature of ECDIS, and in particular because it involves a mix of hardware, software and data, it
is possible that further anomalies may exist.
The document identified below contains comprehensive explanations of the types of anomalies which might be
encountered, along with advice and guidance on remedial action.
All mariners are advised to obtain the following document direct from the IMO web site:
1. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) Circular SN.1/Circ.312 available at http://www.imo.org/OURWORK/CIRCULARS/PAGES/IMODOCS.aspx (registration required).
All mariners are also strongly encouraged to use the IHO check dataset which is designed to highlight those ECDIS that
are unable to display the IMO approved chart features and those that may show the anomalous display and alarm
behaviour. A copy of the IHO check dataset is included as part of the Admiralty Vector Chart Service product to help the
mariner.

b)

ENCs temporarily withdrawn from AVCS

To review a cumulative list of ENCs temporarily withdrawn from AVCS, please visit the Cancelled and Withdrawn
ENCs tab at: http://www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/MartimeSafety/Pages/AVCSProductStatus.aspx

c)

ENC Readme.txt file

The README.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest ENC Base and Update discs contains
important safety related information relating to the use of ENCs in ECDIS.
This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration.
The latest updates to the README file are:
Week 02/15.
01/0115 SECTION 6 NUMBER OF WORKSTATIONS PERMITTED
The full text of the latest README.TXT file is available at: www.ukho.gov.uk/MSI/AVCSProductStatus

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d)

T&P Notice to Mariners in ENCs

The use of temporary & preliminary Notices to Mariners (T&P NM) information is considered an essential part of keeping
navigational charts up to date.
The latest confirmed status of T&P NM information in the ENCs that are available in Admiralty services is shown in the
ENC-TandP-NM-Status.pdf file in the INFO folder on the service media and at: www.ukho.gov.uk/MSI

e)

ADMIRALTY Publications Supporting Digital Navigation


i.

ADMIRALTY ENC Maintenance Record, NP133C. This new publication is designed to hold paper records on
ENC and ECDIS maintenance to assist information management and support inspections.

ii.

ADMIRALTY Guide to ENC Symbols Used in ECDIS, NP5012. A companion to the ADMIRALTY Guide to
Symbols and Abbreviations Used on Paper Charts, NP5011.

iii.

ADMIRALTY Guide to the Practical Use of ENCs, NP231. Supports ECDIS training on the use of ENC data
and its interpretation.

iv.

ADMIRALTY Guide to ECDIS Implementation, Policy and Procedures, NP232. Provides clear guidance for any
individual or organisation responsible for the introduction of ECDIS, in particular those involved in the
development of detailed ECDIS operating procedures.

2. ADMIRALTY Digital Publications- (ADP) V15


ADP V15 is now published and available. There is no change to ADP software but data is refreshed. Existing users can
install the new version using the V15 software which is included on the ADP Weekly Update CD from Week 46/14.
ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) are computer-based versions of the UKHOs market-leading paper-based
nautical reference guides ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications. They contain the same information as their paper
equivalents, and are widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements. Information on which flag States have
accepted ADP as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements is available on each of the ADP product pages of the UKHO
website under the Flag State Approval tab at:
http://www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/DigitalPublications/Pages/ADLL.aspx
The new ADP V15 CD should automatically uninstall the previous edition (V14 or V14.1), auto install the new edition and
work with existing licence keys.
If you experience any problems receiving or installing the software upgrade, please contact the UKHO Customer Services:
Tel: +44 (0)1823 723366
Email: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
For information:
Please ensure that any future Activation Key Requests for ADP are sent to ADPMailGateway@ukho.gov.uk and any
Update Data Requests are sent to ADPMailGateway@ukho.gov.uk

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ADMIRALTY TotalTide V14.1 and V15


German Tidal Stations predicted on LAT
The V14.1 and V15 editions of TotalTide in ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) computes predictions for all
German tidal stations based on Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT).
Mariners using charts which refer to Mean Low Water Springs (MLWS) in German waters must deduct 0.5m from all
predicted tidal heights for these ports before applying them to the depths on those charts in order to determine the correct
predicted depth of water. This advice will also be contained in the Notes Tab on the Prediction Windows in TotalTide for
each of the above German tidal stations.

3. ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NP) V12


e-NPs are e-Books for the mariner allowing crews to add NM updates faster and more accurately. All 74 Sailing
Directions, The Mariners Handbook and the Nautical Almanac are available as e-NPs.
If you experience any problems receiving or installing the software upgrade, please contact the UKHO Customer Services:
Tel: +44 (0)1823 723366 Email: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
.

4. Status of Digital Products


Update status table

i.
ii.
iii.

iv.

Product

Last issue date/Week

Reissue Date/Week

Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) and ECDIS Base CD


Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) CD which contains both
the base data and the latest updates
Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 1

11 December 2014 - 50

12 February 2015 - 7

15 January 2015 - 03

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 2

22 May 2014 21

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 3

25 September 2014 39

23 October 2014 43

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 4

20 November 2014 - 47

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 5

8 May 2014 19

19 February 2015 - 8

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 6

26 June 2014 26

5 February 2015 - 6

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 7

21 August 2014 34

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 8

10 July 2014 28

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 9

4 December 2014 - 49

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 10

7 August 2014 32

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 11

11 July 2013 28

Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) CD

V15 2014

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

H.102A
(V6.0 Dec 2012)

Reporting Port Information affecting Admiralty Products


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.
8. CARGO HANDLING
Containers, lighters, Ro-Ro etc.
9. REPAIRS
Hull, machinery and underwater.
Shipyards.
Docking or slipping facilities.
(Give size of vessels handled or
dimensions)
Divers.

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

H.102A
(V6.0 Dec 2012)

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 & operating hours)
14. PORT AUTHORITY
Designation, address, telephone, e-mail
address and website.
15. VIEWS
Photographs (where permitted) of the
approaches, leading marks, the entrance
to the harbour etc.
16. ADDITIONAL DETAILS

NOTES:
1. Form H.I02A lists the information required for Admiralty Sailing Directions and has been designed to help both
sender and recipient, the sections should be used as an aide-memoire, being used or followed closely, whenever
appropriate. Where there is insufficient space on the form an additional sheet should be used.
2. 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.

Time/Date of
Observation

BA Chart/ENC in use
(SEE NOTE 3a)
Edition Date &
Number / ENC
NM / ENC update
status
Latitude/Longitude of position
read from Chart / ECDIS
(SEE NOTE 3b)

(To accompany Form H.102)

Latitude/Longitude of position
read from GPS (on WGS 84)
(SEE NOTE 3c)

H.102B
(V6.0 Dec 2012)

Additional
Information/Remarks
(SEE NOTE 3d)

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE
FOR GPS OBSERVATIONS AGAINST CORRESPONDING ADMIRALTY CHART
POSITIONS

H.102B
(V6.0 Dec 2012)

Details required

d.
Include GPS receiver model and aerial type (if known). Also of interest: values of PDOP, HDOP or GDOP displayed (indications of
theoretical quality of position fixing depending upon the distribution of satellites overhead) and any other comments.

c.
Position (to 2 decimal places of a minute) of observation point, using GPS Receiver. Confirm that GPS positions are referenced to
WGS 84 Datum.

b.
Position (to 2 decimal places of a minute) of observation point, using chart graticule or, if ungraduated, relative position by
bearing/distance from prominent charted features (navigation lights, trig. points, church spires etc.).

a.
It is essential that the chart number, edition date and its correctional state (latest NM) are stated. For ENCs, please state the ENC
name and latest update applied.

2.

It is clear that users prefer to have some indication of the magnitude and direction of the positional shift, together with an assessment of
its likely accuracy, rather than be informed that a definitive answer cannot be formulated. Consequently, where a WGS 84 version has not
yet been produced, many charts now carry approximate shifts relating WGS 84 Datum to chart datum. Further observations may enable
these values to be refined with greater confidence.

It is unrealistic to expect that a series of reported WGS 84 positions relating to a given chart will enable it to be referenced to that datum
with the accuracy required for geodetic purposes. Nevertheless, this provides adequate accuracy for general navigation, considering the
practical limits to the precision of 0.2mm (probably the best possible under ideal conditions vessel alongside, good light, sharp dividers
etc), this represents 10 metres on the ground at a chart scale of 1:50.000.

The UK Hydrographic Office would appreciate the reporting of GPS positions, referenced to WGS 84 Datum, at identifiable locations on
Admiralty Charts. Such observations could be used to calculate positional shifts between WGS 84 and chart datums for those Admiralty
Charts which it has not yet been possible to compute the appropriate shifts. These would be incorporated in future new editions or new
charts and promulgated by Preliminary Notices to Mariners in the interim.

Objective of GPS Data Collection

1.

This form is designed to assist in the reporting of observed differences between WGS 84 (GPS) Datum and British Admiralty Chart
Datum by mariners, including yachtsmen, and should be submitted as an accompaniment to Form H.102 (full instructions for the
rendering of data are on Form H.102). Where there is insufficient space on the form an additional sheet should be used.

NOTES:

(To accompany Form H.102)

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE
FOR GPS OBSERVATIONS AGAINST CORRESPONDING ADMIRALTY CHART
POSITIONS

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE

H.102
(V8.0 Oct 2014)

INSTRUCTIONS
1.

Mariners are requested to notify the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) 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.

Accurate position or knowledge of positional error is of great importance. Where latitude and longitude have been used to
specifically position the details of a report,a full description of the method used to obtain the position should be given.
Where possible the position should be fixed by GPS or Astronomical Observations. A full description of the method,
equipment, time, estimated error and datum (where applicable) used should be given. Where the position has been
recorded from a Smart Phone or Tablet, this is to be specifically mentioned. 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 (e.g. 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.

3.

Paper Charts: A cutting from the largest scale chart is often 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.

4.

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 ENC should be sent along with details of
the ECDIS make, model or age and version in use at the time.

5. When soundings are obtained The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) should where possible be consulted. It is important to
ensure that full details of the method of collection are included with the report. This should include but not limited to:
1. Make, model and type of echo sounder used.
2. 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.
3. Time, date and time zone should be given in order that corrections for the height of the tide may be made where
necessary, or a statement made as to what corrections for tide have already been made.
4. Where larger amounts of bathymetric data have been gathered, only those areas where a significant difference
to the current Chart or ENC should be specifically mentioned on the H102. The full data set may also be sent in,
with an additional note added to this effect. If no significant differences are noted, the bathymetric data may still
be of use, and sent in accordingly. Where full data sets are included, a note as to the data owner and their
willingness for the data to be incorporated into Charts and ENCs included.
6. For Echo Sounders 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 additional sheets
should be used.
10. Reports on ocean currents, magnetic variations and other marine observations should be made in accordance with
The Mariner's Handbook (NP100) Chapter 4 with forms also available at www.ukho.gov.uk/msi.
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 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.

H.102

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE

(V8.0 Oct 2014)

Reporting information affecting Admiralty Products


For new information affecting Admiralty Charts and Publications forward to sdr@ukho.gov.uk
To report issues related to ENCs or their display forward to customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
This form H.102 and instructions are available online at www.ukho.gov.uk/msi
Date

Ref. Number

Name of ship or sender


IMO number if applicable
Address
E-mail/Tel/Fax of sender
General Locality
Subject
Position
(see Instruction 2)

Latitude
GPS

Longitude
Datum

Admiralty Charts affected

Accuracy
Edition

Latest Weekly Edition of


Notice to Mariners held
Replacement copy of Chart No
(see Instruction 3)

IS / IS NOT required

ENCs affected
Latest update disk applied

Week:

Make, model and or age of ECDIS


if applicable
Publications affected
(NP/DP number, Edition No.)
Date of latest supplement/update,
page & Light List No. etc
Details of anomaly / observation:

Name of observer/reporter
H.102A Submitted Yes/No

H.102B Submitted Yes/No

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

Alternatively use our new H Note App located here:


www.admiralty.co.uk/apps/h-note