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ADMIRALTY
NOTICES TO MARINERS
Weekly Edition 6
9 February 2012
(Published on the UKHO Website 30 January 2012)
CONTENTS
I Explanatory Notes. Publications List
II Admiralty Notices to Mariners. Updates to Standard Nautical Charts
III Reprints of Radio Navigational Warnings
IV Amendments to Admiralty Sailing Directions
V Amendments to Admiralty Lists of Lights and Fog Signals
VI Amendments to Admiralty List of Radio Signals
Mariners are requested to inform the UK Hydrographic Office, Admiralty Way, Taunton,
Somerset TA1 2DN immediately of the discovery of new dangers, or changes or defects in aids
to navigation and of shortcomings in Admiralty charts or publications. Copies of form H.102,
which is a convenient form on which to send in a report, may be obtained gratis from any
Admiralty Distributor or the reproductionat the endof SectionVI of the Weekly Editionof Notices
to Mariners may be used. A copy of the form, which may be used as a pro forma, is also printed
in the Mariners Handbook (NP100). Reports can also be made through the UKHO website.
In addition to postal methods, the following additional communication facilities are available:
Notices to Mariners Website Web: www.ukho.gov.uk/msi
Searchable Notices to Mariners Web: www.nmwebsearch.com
Urgent navigational information: Fax: +44(0)1823 322352
Phone: +44(0)1823 353448
e-mail: navwarnings@btconnect.com
Other navigational information:
General enquiries:
General website
e-mail: hdcfiles@ukho.gov.uk
e-mail: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
Web: www.ukho.gov.uk
Other matters: Fax: +44(0)1823 284077
British Crown Copyright 2012. All rights Reserved. Permission is not required to make analogue or PDF
copiesof theseNotices, but suchcopiesmaynot besoldwithout thepermissionof theUKHO. For permission
to sell copies of the Notices or to make (non-PDF) digital copies please email
intellectual.property@ukho.gov.uk
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GUIDANCE NOTES FOR THE USE OF ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS
ON THE UKHO WEBSITE

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

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

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

SEARCHABLE NOTICES TO MARINERS

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

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.

NOTICES TO MARINERS ON-LINE

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

FURTHER GUIDANCE NOTES

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

CUSTOMER SERVICE

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

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

While every effort is made to ensure that the data provided through the Notices to Mariners
service is accurate, the user needs to be aware of the risks of corruption to data. It is important
that the user should only use the data on suitable equipment and that other applications should
not be running on the 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.

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

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

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

Further Guidance
The 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 NP294, How to Keep Your Admiralty Products Up-to-date. All users are advised to study
these publications.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Satellite-Derived Positions and Chart Accuracy

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


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Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List

Admiralty Chart

880
892
934
1016
1089
1090
1156
1218
1220
1479
1495
1761
2041
2119
2198
2214
2506
3040
3049
3051
3268
3452
4010
4021
4301
4637
4704
INT 10
INT 21
INT 301
INT 637
INT 704
INT 1174
INT 1242
INT 1455
INT 1733
INT 7736
JP 64A
JP 64B
JP 1052
JP 1103
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 9 February 2012

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2012 Catalogue page

~934
INT1174
International Chart Series, Sweden East Coast, Ume and
Approaches.
Continuation to Ume.

Includes changes to depths in the approaches to Ume. (A modified
reproduction of INT1174 published by Sweden).
1:25,000

1:25,000
11 36

~1016 Vietnam, Song Sai Gon.
A Ho Chi Minh City.
B Vung Tau.

Includes changes to recommended route and associated buoyage at
Vung Tau, extended coverage of Song Cai Mep and changes to
depths throughout from the latest Vietnamese Government surveys.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1613(P)/11
is cancelled.
1:75,000
1:20,000
1:40,000
47 76


~1089 Baltic Sea Gulf of Finland, Approaches to Kotka and Hamina.

Includes changes to depths, buoyage, channels, routes,
recommended tracks, fairways, maximum authorised draughts,
lights, coastline, VTS systems, anchorage areas and submarine
cables. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to
WGS84 Datum.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1887(P)/11
is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notices 3985(P)/11, 4460(P)/11 and 285(P)/12. This
chart remains affected by Notice 5427(T)/11.
1:55,000 11 36


~1090 Baltic Sea, Ports in the Gulf of Finland.
A Finland, Kotka.
B Finland, Hamina (Fredrikshamn).
C Russia, Vyborg and Approaches.
D Vysotsk.

Includes changes to depths, buoyage, channels, recommended
routes, recommended tracks, fairways, maximum authorised
draughts, lights, submarine cables, overhead cables and coastline.
The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 3985(P)/11.

1:20,000
1:20,000
1:35,000
1:20,000
11 36

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 9 February 2012 (continued)

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2012 Catalogue page

~1218 Caribbean Sea, Cuba to Miskito Bank.

Includes changes to depths, lights and coastline. The horizontal
datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum.
1:1,000,000 83 122, 126, 128

~1220 Central America East Coast, Gulf of Honduras and Yucatan
Channel.

Includes changes to depths, lights and general updating throughout.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 3543(T)/11.
1:1,000,000 83 122, 126, 128

~2198 British Isles, North Channel, Southern Part.
Portpatrick.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and
Commercial surveys.
1:75,000
1:4,000
3 26

~2214 Black Sea, Including Marmara Denizi and Sea of Azov.

Includes changes to depths, regulated routes, regulated areas and
TSS.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1663(P)/09
is cancelled.
1:1,200,000 31 18, 20, 46


~2506 South Atlantic Ocean, Falkland Islands, Mare Harbour and
Approaches.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
survey.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 1345(P)/11.
1:12,500 96 136

~4021
INT21
International Chart Series, South Atlantic Ocean, Eastern Part.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:10,000,000 35 16, 136


~4301
INT301
International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Western Part.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:2,250,000 24 18

~4637
INT637
International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu to Norfolk
Island.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:1,500,000 70 96, 104
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS


Admiralty Charts published 9 February 2012 (continued)

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2012 Catalogue page

~4704
INT704
International Chart Series, Red Sea.

Includes updated magnetic information for 2012.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 4908(T)/07 and
5079(T)/11.
1:2,250,000 32 18








ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 1 MARCH 2012

New Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

1479 Scotland East Coast, River Tay, Dundee to Perth.
562000N. 562863N., 25880W. 32300W.
Perth.
5622500N. 5624000N., 322000W. 326000W.

Additional to existing chart cover, provides improved coverage of
Perth and approaches.
1:25,000

1:10,000
- 6

3049 Indonesia, Kalimantan East Coast, Santan Oil Terminal to
Pelabuhan Tanjungbara.
02050S. 03800N., 1172200E. 1175812E.
A Pelabuhan Tanjungbara.
03050N. 03320N., 1173810E. 1174130E.

Provides improved coverage of Santan Oil Terminal and
Pelabuhan Tanjungbara. This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.
1:100,000


1:25,000
- 59

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 1 MARCH 2012

New Admiralty Charts (continued)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

3051 Indonesia, Kalimantan East Coast, Pelabuhan Loktuan and
Pelabuhan Bontang and Approaches.
A Pelabuhan Loktuan.
009720N. 011400N., 11729000E. 11730932E.
B Pelabuhan Bontang.
004450N. 006236N., 11728050E. 11730800E.
C Approaches to Pelabuhan Loktuan and Pelabuhan
Bontang.
00091N. 01150N., 1172800E. 1173768E.

A replacement of chart 3040 providing improved coverage of
Pelabuhan Loktuan. This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.


1:10,000

1:10,000

1:30,000
3040 59





New Editions of Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

880 China Huang Hai, Lanshan and Approaches.

Includes new port developments and changes to depths and
fairways at Lanshan and approaches.
1:30,000 880 52

892
INT1242
International Chart Series, Sweden East Coast, Gvle and
Approaches.
A Gvle Hamn.

Includes updated larger scale coverage of Gvle Hamn and
Skutskr. (A modified reproduction of INT1242 published by
Sweden).
1:25,000

1:12,500
892
INT1242
11

1156 England West Coast, Trevose Head to Hartland Point.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to depths from the latest British Government survey.
1:75,000 1156 2

~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 1 MARCH 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)


1495
INT7736
International Chart Series, Indian Ocean, La Runion Northern
Part, Pointe des Chteaux to Pointe de la Rivire du Mt.
A Port of Saint-Gilles les Bains.
B Port Runion (Pointe des Galets) Port Ouest.
C Port Runion (Pointe des Galets) Port Est.

Includes changes to depths, buoyage and updated larger scale
coverage of Port Runion. (A modified reproduction of INT7736
published by France).
1:60,000

1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
1495
INT7736
38

1761 Taiwan Strait, Northern Part.

Includes new Direct Cross-strait Shipping Links routeing
measures and changes to depths, coastline and aids to navigation.
The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84
Datum.
1:300,000 1761 50

2041
INT1733
International Chart Series, England South Coast, Port of
Southampton.

Includes changes to depths from the latest ABP Southampton
surveys and changes to landmarks.
1:10,000 2041
INT1733
1

2119 China Bo Hai, Changshan Shuidao and Longkou.
A Changshan Shuidao.
B Longkou.

Includes changes to depths and harbour developments within
Longkou Gang.

1:50,000
1:25,000
2119 52

3268
INT1455
International Chart Series, North Sea Germany, The Elbe,
Schulau to Hamburg.
A The Elbe, Schulau to Teufelsbrck.
B The Elbe, Port of Hamburg.

Includes changes to depths and port installations. (A modified
reproduction of INT1455 published by Germany).


1:30,000
1:15,000
3268
INT1455
9

3452 China Taiwan Strait, Gulang Yu to Xinglin.

Includes extensive changes to coastline, fairways, buoyage, depths,
anchorage areas and wrecks in Xiamen Gang and Dongdu
Hangdao.
1:15,000 3452 50

4010
INT10
International Chart Series, Norwegian Sea and Adjacent Seas.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
(A modified reproduction of INT10 published by Norway).
1:10,000,000 4010
INT10
15
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CHARTS TO BE AVAILABLE 1 MARCH 2012

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

JP64A Nippon, Honshu East Coast, Sendai-Shiogama Ko, Shiogama.
381648"N. 382027"N., 1410118"E. 1410801"E.

One of a series of new charts of Japanese waters published by the
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast
Guard and printed at the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office.
This chart provides coverage of Shiogama on the withdrawal of
plan B on chart 2959.
1:10,000 - 55

JP64B Nippon, Honshu East Coast, Sendai-Shiogama Ko, Sendai.
381406"N. 381749"N., 1410000"E. 1410643"E.

One of a series of new charts of Japanese waters published by the
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast
Guard and printed at the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office.
This chart provides coverage of Sendai on the withdrawal of plan
B on chart 2959.
1:10,000 - 55





New Editions

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

JP1052 Nippon, Honshu South Coast, Mikawa Wan and Approaches.

Includes changes to depths and fish havens in the approaches to
Mikawa Wan.
50,000 JP1052 53

JP1103 Nippon, Seto Naikai, Eastern Part of Osaka Wan.

Includes changes to depths in the approaches to Kobe.
45,000 JP1103 54








~ denotes chart available in the ARCS 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

934
INT1174
International Chart Series, Sweden East Coast, Ume and
Approaches.
~934
INT1174

1016 Vietnam, Song Sai Gon. ~1016



1089 Baltic Sea Gulf of Finland, Approaches to Kotka and Hamina. ~1089



1090 Baltic Sea, Ports in the Gulf of Finland. ~1090

1218 Caribbean Sea, Cuba to Miskito Bank. ~1218

1220 Central America East Coast, Gulf of Honduras and Yucatan
Channel.
~1220

2198 British Isles, North Channel, Southern Part. ~2198

2214 Black Sea, Including Marmara Denizi and Sea of Azov. ~2214



2506 South Atlantic Ocean, Falkland Islands, Mare Harbour and
Approaches.
~2506

4021
INT21
International Chart Series, South Atlantic Ocean, Eastern Part. ~4021
INT21



4301
INT301
International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Western Part. ~4301
INT301

4637
INT637
International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu to Norfolk
Island.
~4637
INT637

4704
INT704
International Chart Series, Red Sea. ~4704
INT704





~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE
ENC Check Dataset
The UKHO supplied an ENC check dataset on CD to AVCS and ECDIS service customers along with other CD media issued in week 45/11.
Instructions for use are provided on the CD insert.
The check dataset was provided on behalf of the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). It is designed to highlight those ECDIS
that are unable to display the latest IMO approved chart features and those that may show the anomalous display and alarm behaviour
(as described below).
Instructions on how to use the check dataset and further background information are contained in the INFO folder of the week 45 Update
CD. This information can also be accessed from the IHO website (www.iho.int). The check dataset is also being made available to mariners
by other ENC service providers.
Mariners are strongly encouraged to complete the checks and provide feedback to the IHO. The combined results of the checks will be used
to provide a report to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee. If you have not received the check dataset
CD then please contact your ENC distributor.
Use of ECDIS - Anomalous display and alarm behaviour in some systems.
Further examples of anomalous display and alarm behaviour have been noted in some ECDIS. A revised NAVAREA 1 warning (317/10)
was issued on 30 October 2010 (see below). Some of this anomalous behaviour appears to relate to software implementation issues,
especially in early ECDIS models.
In addition to reminding mariners not to rely solely on the automated checks and alarms for dangers provided by ECDIS during route
planning and voyage monitoring, the NAVAREA warning highlights the need to maintain ECDIS software to ensure any limitations in
operational capability are resolved. It recommends that appropriate checks are made with equipment manufacturers, especially where the
ENC display is the only source of chart information available.
Examples of anomalous behaviour:
1. A very small proportion of shoal soundings, especially those marked as reported on paper charts, are not visible when operating in the
default base or standard display modes and do not trigger automatic grounding alarms in route checking or monitoring modes. Most ENC
producers, including the UKHO, have now amended the way in which these particular shoal soundings have been encoded in S57 to resolve
this issue.
2. Some ECDIS may not activate alarms for all land areas shown on ENCs, even where these are surrounded by a shoal depth contour.
Whilst land areas such as islands are generally clearly identifiable on ECDIS, in some display configurations small islands can be difficult to
see as they may be obscured by other detail such as contour labels. This is most likely to be a problem where only very small scale
(usage band 1 and 2) ENCs are available. There are many oceanic areas for which the largest scale chart (both paper and ENC) issued is
1:3.5 million.
3. It has been noted that on some ECDIS some underwater obstruction hazards only display in full / other display mode rather than in
default standard mode as might be expected.
The observed anomalies reinforce the need for the continued application of established navigation principles and skills including the
need to avoid over-reliance on a single system. Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of the entire planned
route using the other / all display mode to confirm that it, and any deviations from it, is clear of dangers.
NAVAREA I 317/10
290525Z OCT 10
As previously notified by NAVAREA warning, mariners using ECDIS are reminded not to rely solely on automated voyage planning and
monitoring checks and alarms. Some ECDIS appear only to undertake route check functions on larger scale ENCs and therefore alarms
might not activate. This may not be clearly indicated on the ECDIS display. Mariners should always undertake careful visual inspection of
the entire planned route using the other / all display mode to confirm that it, and any deviations from it, is clear of dangers.
Recent preliminary investigation indicates that some ECDIS may not display certain combinations of chart features and attributes correctly
and on rare occasions may fail to display a navigationally significant feature. This appears to be caused by anomalous behaviour in some
ECDIS software, especially early versions. The existence of such anomalies highlights the importance of maintaining ECDIS software to
ensure that operational capability and reliability are maintained. It is recommended that appropriate checks are made with the equipment
manufacturer. This is of particular importance where ECDIS is the only source of chart information available to the mariner
The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) is investigating these matters in consultation with ECDIS equipment manufacturers.
Further information will be made available through Notices to Mariners and within the UK element of the README.TXT file included on
ENC service media.
Cancel 230/10.
~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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1.15
ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE (continued)
The README.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest Base and Update discs contains important safety related
information relating to the contents of the disc.
This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration. The last 3 updates
are identified at the start of the file.
The latest README.TXT file is also located on the UKHO website at:
www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Documents/README.txt

Latest Issue Dates of the AVCS and ECDIS Base CDs is Week 05/12, 2 February 2012.







ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERVICE LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS


RC

Last issue date

Reissue Date

RC1

23
rd
June 2011


RC2

22
nd
September 2011


RC3

24
th
November 2011


RC4

28
th
July 2011


RC5

10
th
March 2011
23
rd
February 2012

RC6

14
th
July 2011

RC7

9
th
February 2012


RC8
10
th
November 2011


RC9
26
th
May 2011


RC10
31
st
March 2011 8
th
March 2012

RC11

6
th
October 2011



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX
(1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 2.7
(2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 2.10
(3) North Russia, Norway, The Froe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10 2.11
(4) Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11
(5) North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . 2.11 2.12
(6) France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12 2.13
(7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14
(8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 2.16
(9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.16
(10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17
(11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17
(12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 2.18
(13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18
(14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 2.23
(15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.23 2.26
(16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.27 2.28
(17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.28
(18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.28 2.32
(19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(20) Pacific Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32
(23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.33
(24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.33 2.35
(25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.35 2.36
(26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.36 2.37
(27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.38 2.49
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
508 2.19 52
509 2.19 47
510* 2.14 26
511 2.23 53
512 2.23 53
513 2.23 55
514 2.23 54
515 2.24 54
516 2.24 54
517 2.24 54
518 2.24 54
519 2.25 53
520 2.25 53
521 2.25 53
522 2.25 53
523 2.25 53
524 2.26 53
525 2.26 53
526 2.26 53
527 2.26 53
528 2.26 53
529(T)/12 2.40 55
530(T)/12 2.40 53
531(T)/12 2.40 53
532(T)/12 2.40 53
533(T)/12 2.41 53
534 2.17 41
535 2.14 26
536 2.36 78
537* 2.7 1
538(T)/12 2.41 54
539 2.28 65
540 2.29 65
541 2.30 64
542 2.30 63
543 2.30 63
544 2.31 63
545* 2.8 2
546 2.33 95
547 2.19 50
548 2.12 16
549 2.27 52
550 2.19 52
551* 2.33 97
552 2.31 65
553 2.31 63
554 2.32 66
555 2.27 52
556 2.14 30
557 2.15 28, 29
558* 2.17 43
559 2.15 18
560(T)/12 2.38 10
561(T)/12 2.38 13
562 2.16 30
563 2.16 30
564 2.18 43
565* 2.14 19, 20, 82
566 2.17 36
567 2.11 7
568 2.35 83
569 2.35 87
570 2.18 41
571 2.18 43
572* 2.8 7
573 2.32 88
574* 2.17 32
575 2.27 52
576 2.20 47, 48, 50
577 2.21 47
578 2.22 48, 50
579(P)/12 2.49 83
580(P)/12 2.39 18
581(T)/12 2.39 43
582(T)/12 2.41 65
583(T)/12 2.42 66
584(T)/12 2.43 66
585(T)/12 2.44 66
586(T)/12 2.44 66
587(T)/12 2.44 66
588(T)/12 2.45 66
589(T)/12 2.45 66
590(T)/12 2.46 66
591(T)/12 2.46 63
592(T)/12 2.46 63
593(T)/12 2.47 63
594(T)/12 2.47 63
595(T)/12 2.48 65
596(T)/12 2.48 65
597(T)/12 2.48 65
598(T)/12 2.48 65
599(T)/12 2.48 71
600 2.27 52
601 2.16 27
602 2.36 81
603 2.22 52
604 2.28 52
605 2.37 81
606 2.16 34
607 2.23 50
608 2.13 1, 16
609* 2.8 5
610 2.11 10
611 2.13 17
612 2.10 14
613 2.12 9
614 2.12 9
615 2.11 13
616 2.11 11
617* 2.8 3, 5
618* 2.9 5
619 2.28 60
620 2.18 45
621 2.33 95
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
622* 2.10 8
623 2.35 95, 96
624 2.13 18
625 2.37 81
626 2.36 83
627 2.62.7 11, 47, 65, 83, 84, 85
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
45 580P
123 571
136 571
144 580P
168 574
216 558
234 564
237 556
243 564
319 581T
320 581T
341 576, 577
343 577
371 569
398 579P
520 621
528 621
543 621
556 623
594 569
644 566
773 559
907 510
908 535
913 604
946 619
1061 557
1086 557
1087 557
1088 627
1094 624
1117 624
1118 624
1152 545
1157 611
1165 545
1179 545
1190 567
1249 603
1253 508
1255 603
1256 603, 604
1258 604
1259 600
1261 627
1271 575
1555 576
1558 549
1563 562
1565 570
1602 607
1603 607
1606 622
1607 622
1643 601
1675 557
1721 547
1749 546
1757 618
1759 547
1760 578
1776 551
1794 618
1795 609
1875 613
1934 572
1962 576
1968 576, 578
2001 546
2036 537
2037 537
2038 537
2045 537
2150 560T
2169 617
2248 627
2264 627
2333 612
2344 610
2360 560T
2369 560T
2386 617
2409 578
2425 627
2450 608
2454 608
2579 627
2613 608
2622 534
2623 534
2624 534
2630 534
2633 563
2634 563
2635 617, 618
2669 608
2724 617
2730 602
2879 548
2890 602
2924 605
3008 615
3026 576
3064 546
3205 551
3365 555
3378 550
3439 616
3488 576
3489 576, 578
3553 561T, 615
3555 615
3617 613
3621 614
3688 625
3841 626
3854 568
3866 627
3867 627
3890 509
3940 620
3958 621
3959 621
4012 565
4013 565
4014 565
4051 573
4115 565
4134 606
4200 623
4201 623
4215 565
4601 599T
4734 536
4737 536
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
Australian
Chart No.
Notices
Aus 4 591T, 592T
Aus 14 553
Aus 24 544, 593T
Aus 27 544, 593T
Aus 28 593T
Aus 62 543
Aus 64 542, 594T
Aus 115 541
Aus 125 552
Aus 133 595T
Aus 134 627
Aus 136 540, 627
Aus 143 597T
Aus 153 598T
Aus 157 598T
Aus 158 597T
Aus 173 596T
Aus 200 582T
Aus 201 582T
Aus 207 583T
Aus 208 583T
Aus 235 584T, 586T
Aus 236 584T
Aus 237 584T
Aus 238 584T, 585T
Aus 255 587T
Aus 256 588T
Aus 257 588T
Aus 262 554
Aus 292 589T
Aus 293 589T, 590T
Aus 296 589T
Aus 299 589T, 590T
Aus 328 594T
Aus 343 539
Aus 376 589T
Aus 444 539, 627
Aus 700 589T
Aus 742 543
Aus 743 542, 594T
Aus 755 541
Aus 776 539
Aus 777 627
Aus 778 540, 627
Aus 795 596T
Aus 814 584T
Aus 815 584T
Aus 826 587T
Aus 830 554
Aus 839 589T
Japanese
Chart No.
Notices
JP 16 513
JP 53 529T
JP 54 529T
JP 66 531T
JP 94 512
JP 131 538T
JP 141 514, 516, 517
JP 151 519, 520, 521, 528
JP 179 522, 524, 525
JP 187 522, 525
JP 213 526
JP 1034 513
JP 1056 511
JP 1057A 532T, 533T
JP 1057B 532T, 533T
JP 1086 530T
JP 1097 529T
JP 1098 529T
JP 1102 516, 517, 518
JP 1108 515, 516, 517, 518
JP 1220 521, 527, 528
JP 1228 522, 523, 524, 525
International
Chart No.
Notices
INT 12 565
INT 13 565
INT 14 565
INT 51 573
INT 200 623
INT 201 623
INT 215 565
INT 552 576
INT 553 576, 578
INT 601 599T
INT 1061 617, 618
INT 1365 610
INT 1456 613
INT 1457 614
INT 1508 567
INT 1550 572
INT 1562 622
INT 1606 617
INT 1610 545
INT 1625 618
INT 1626 609
INT 1630 618
INT 1702 608
INT 1703 608
INT 1705 608
INT 1730 537
INT 1731 537
INT 1752 548
INT 1855 624
INT 1856 624
INT 2611 606
INT 3670 562
INT 5252 555
INT 5254 604
INT 7336 534
INT 7337 534
INT 7338 534
INT 7408 581T
INT 7410 564
INT 7413 581T
Japanese
Chart No.
Notices
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627 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
Aus 134 5476/11 Insert magenta limit and chart number, Aus 133, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and reference, see Plan, in position 34 4332S., 135 5260E.
Delete plan, PORT LINCOLN WHARVES
Aus 136 540/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, Aus 135, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and reference, See Plan, in positions 33 0146S., 137 4720E.
and 33 0324S., 137 3481E.
Delete plan, PORT BONYTHON
Delete plan, WHYALLA
Aus 444 539/12 Insert reference, Adjoining Chart Aus 346, in S border at longitude 136 500E.
Delete former magenta limit and chart number, Aus 346, in position
35 410S., 135 290E.
Aus 777 33/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, Aus 133, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and reference, See Plan, in position 33 5277S., 137 3353E.
Delete plan, WALLAROO BAY
Aus 778 540/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, Aus 133, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and chart number, Aus 777, in position 33 5277S., 137 3353E.
1088 273/12 Amend reference in E border at latitute 60 2280N. to read, Adjoining Chart 1089 (see
Note - POSITIONS)
Replace existing note, CHART 2248: POSITIONS, with accompanying note, CHARTS
1089 AND 2248: POSITIONS, centred on 60 2841N., 26 3120E.
1261 167/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, 1016, joining the following positions:
Delete former magenta limit and chart number, 1016, in position
10 084N., 107 075E.
2248 188/12 Amend reference to read, 1089, in position 60 0570N.27 1222E.
Delete note, CHART 1089: POSITIONS, centred on 60 1345N., 23 5790E.
North: 34 4160S. East: 135 5442E.
South: 34 4335S. West: 135 5121E.
North: 32 5930S. East: 137 4790E.
South: 33 0225S. West: 137 4266E.
and
North: 33 0054S. East: 137 3906E.
South: 33 0400S. West: 137 3487E.
North: 33 5227S. East: 137 3814E.
South: 33 5756S. West: 137 3073E.
North: 33 5227S. East: 137 3814E.
South: - West: 137 3073E.
10 4742N., 106 4939E. (N border)
10 3882N., 106 4939E.
10 3882N., 106 5700E.
10 4000N., 106 5700E.
10 4000N., 107 0807E.
10 0816N., 107 0807E.
10 0816N., 106 5225E.
10 1925N., 106 5225E.
10 1925N., 106 4175E.
10 2200N., 106 4175E. (note)
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2264 186/12 Insert accompanying note, CHARTS 1089, 1090, 2248, 2393 AND 2395: POSITIONS,
centred on 59 4760N., 29 3730E.
Amend chart number to read, 1089 (see Note - POSITIONS), in position
60 0560N., 27 2365E.
Amend chart number to read, 2395 (see Note - POSITIONS), in position
60 0840N., 29 2600E.
Amend chart number to read, 2393 (see Note - POSITIONS), in position
60 2380N., 28 5400E.
Delete note, CHARTS 2248, 2393 AND 2395: POSITIONS, centred on
59 3422N., 29 4750E.
Plan A, Vyborg:
Amend chart number to read, 1090 (see Note - POSITIONS), in position
60 3450N., 28 4550E.
2425 3256/07 Insert accompanying note, CHART 1218: POSITIONS, centred on
14 543N., 83 190W.
2579 5575/11 Insert accompanying note, CHART 1220: POSITIONS, centred on
19 470N., 83 355W.
3866 3256/11 Insert accompanying note, CHART 1218: POSITIONS, centred on
21 110N., 78 170W.
3867 75/10 Insert accompanying note, CHARTS 1218 AND 1220: POSITIONS, centred on
22 164N., 80 292W.
537* ENGLAND - South Coast - The Solent - Calshot Reach - Fawley Marine Terminal and Nab Tower South-
westwards - Depths. Dredged areas. Buoy.
Source: ABP Southampton
Chart 2036 (INT 1730) [ previous update 351/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
dredged areas, centred on:
50 5008N., 1 1935W.
Chart 2037 (INT 1731) [ previous update 5296/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s
50 3980N., 0 5740W.
Chart 2038 [ previous update 351/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
dredged areas, centred on:
50 5006N., 1 1945W.
Chart 2045 [ previous update 5918/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s
50 3980N., 0 5740W.
627 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS (continued)
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
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545* ENGLAND - Bristol Channel - Culver Sand North-westwards - Foul.
Source: MRCC Swansea
Chart 1152 [ previous update 223/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

PA
51 1860N., 3 1970W.
Chart 1165 [ previous update 223/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

PA
51 1860N., 3 1970W.
Chart 1179 (INT 1610) [ previous update 194/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

51 1860N., 3 1970W.
572* ENGLAND - East Coast - River Tyne - Shields Harbour Reach Southwards - Wreck.
Source: Port of Tyne Authority
Chart 1934 (INT 1550) [ previous update New Edition 27/10/2011 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

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609* SCOTLAND - Hebrides - South Uist Eastwards - Loch Eynort Southwards - Marine farm.
Source: Marine Scotland
Chart 1795 (INT 1626) [ previous update 5712/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

57 1191N., 7 1559W.
617* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Firth of Lorn - Loch Buie Southwards and South-westwards -
Depths.
Source: NetSurvey
Chart 2169 [ previous update 90/12 ] OSGB36 DATUM
Insert depth 15
6
and extend 20m contour WNW to enclose
56 2015N., 5 5257W.
depth 17
4
and extend 20m contour W to enclose
(a) 56 1928N., 5 5357W.
depth 18
7
and extend 20m contour S to enclose
(b) 56 1870N., 5 5827W.
depth 27 and extend 30m contour SW to enclose
(c) 56 1843N., 5 5324W.
depth 22 enclosed by 30m contour
(d) 56 1584N., 5 5302W.
depth 24 enclosed by 30m contour
(e) 56 1516N., 5 5668W.
depth 27 enclosed by 30m contour
(f) 56 1471N., 5 5471W.
depth 22 enclosed by 30m contour
(g) 56 1395N., 6 0433W.
Delete depth 21, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 71, close S of:
(b) above
depth 36, adjacent to:
(c) above
depth 34, adjacent to:
(d) above
depth 29 enclosed by 30m contour, adjacent to:
(e) above
depth 31, adjacent to:
(f) above
depth 27 enclosed by 30m contour, close W of:
(g) above
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Chart 2386 [ previous update 5481/10 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 15
6
and extend 20m contour WNW to enclose
(a) 56 2014N., 5 5263W.
depth 17
4
and extend 20m contour W to enclose
(b) 56 1927N., 5 5363W.
depth 18
7
and extend 20m contour S to enclose
(c) 56 1869N., 5 5833W.
depth 27 enclosed by 30m contour
(d) 56 1842N., 5 5330W.
56 1470N., 5 5477W.
depth 22 enclosed by 30m contour
(e) 56 1583N., 5 5308W.
depth 24 and extend 30m contour SW to enclose
(f) 56 1515N., 5 5674W.
Delete depth 23, close SW of:
(a) above
depth 21, close NW of:
(b) above
depth 23, close W of:
(c) above
depth 36, close W of:
(d) above
depth 34, close SW of:
(e) above
depth 29, close NE of:
(f) above
Chart 2635 (INT 1061) [ previous update 30/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 22
56 139N., 6 044W.
Chart 2724 (INT 1606) [ previous update 5949/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 17
4
and extend 20m contour W to enclose
(a) 56 1927N., 5 5363W.
depth 22
(b) 56 1394N., 6 0439W.
Delete depth 21, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 27, close SW of:
(b) above
618* SCOTLAND - West Coast - North Minch - Shiant East Bank - Depths.
Source: British Government Survey
Chart 1757 (INT 1630) [ previous update 5615/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 25
5
enclosed by 30m contour
(a) 58 0232N., 6 0039W.
depth 27
5
enclosed by 30m contour
(b) 58 0079N., 6 0094W.
depth 38
(c) 57 5982N., 5 5941W.
depth 46 enclosed by 50m contour
57 5737N., 5 5731W.
depth 34 with seabed type, R
(d) 57 5718N., 6 0465W.
depth 42 enclosed by 50m contour
(e) 57 5546N., 6 0222W.
Delete depth 29
5
enclosed by 30m contour, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 35, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 44, adjacent:
(c) above
depth 38 with seabed type, R, close NE of:
(d) above
depth 50 enclosed by 50m contour, adjacent to:
(e) above
617* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Firth of Lorn - Loch Buie Southwards and South-westwards -
Depths. (continued)
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Chart 1794 (INT 1625) [ previous update 5615/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 25
5
enclosed by 30m contour
(a) 58 0232N., 6 0039W.
depth 27
5
enclosed by 30m contour
(b) 58 0079N., 6 0094W.
depth 38
(c) 57 5982N., 5 5941W.
depth 46 enclosed by 50m contour
57 5737N., 5 5731W.
depth 34 with seabed type, R
(d) 57 5718N., 6 0465W.
depth 42 enclosed by 50m contour
(e) 57 5546N., 6 0222W.
Delete depth 29
5
enclosed by 30m contour, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 35, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 44, adjacent to:
(c) above
depth 38 with seabed type, R, close NE of:
(d) above
depth 50 enclosed by 50m contour, adjacent to:
(e) above
Chart 2635 (INT 1061) [ previous update 617/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Replace depth 50 enclosed by 50m contour with depth 42 enclosed by
50m contour
57 555N., 6 022W.
622* ENGLAND - Thames Estuary - Princes Channel South-eastwards - Overland Passage Eastwards -
Obstructions.
Source: Visser & Smit Marine Contracting
Chart 1606 [ previous update 323/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
51 2860N., 1 1746E.
Chart 1607 (INT 1562) [ previous update 478/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
51 2860N., 1 1746E.

Obstn
51 2523N., 1 0603E.
612 RUSSIA - Barents Sea Coast - Ostrov Kildin North-eastwards - Obstruction.
Source: Russian Notice 3/218/12
Chart 2333 [ previous update 3850/11 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert

2 Submerged buoys
69 540N., 35 110E.
618* SCOTLAND - West Coast - North Minch - Shiant East Bank - Depths. (continued)
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615 NORWAY - West Coast - Approaches to Bergen and Hauglandsosen - Horsy - Lights.
Light List Vol. B, 2011/12, 3831, 4057, 4057.2, 4057.4
Source: Norwegian Notices 1/41494/12 & 1/41514/12
Chart 3008 [ previous update 5161/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Oc.WRG.18m11-7M and associated sectors


60 24101N., 5 18542E.
Chart 3553 [ previous update 68/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Oc.WRG and associated sectors


60 2410N., 5 1854E.
Chart 3555 [ previous update 5161/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Oc.WRG Skoltegrunnskaien and associated sectors


60 2410N., 5 1854E.

Fl.3s
60 2584N., 5 0951E.

Fl R 3s
60 2571N., 5 0961E.

F R (priv)
60 2570N., 5 0989E.
610 GERMANY - Baltic Coast - Kieler Frde - Heikendorf-Reede - Buoy.
Source: German Notice 3/(16)32/12
Chart 2344 (INT 1365) [ previous update 3561/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

14 Reede with

Fl.R.4s 14 Reede
54 2236N., 10 1109E.
616 FINLAND - Saaristomeri - Ominais Fjrden - Hummelholm Westwards and North-eastwards,
Ominaisholmen Southwards and Pivluoto Westwards - Depths.
Source: Finnish Charts 25 & 26
Chart 3439 [ previous update 454/12 ] FINNISH DATUM
Insert depth 10
4
and extend 20m contour N to enclose
(a) 60 1327N., 21 4641E.
depth 2
9

(b) 60 1348N., 21 4829E.
depth 10
5

60 1485N., 21 5268E.
depth 15
3
enclosed by 20m contour
(c) 60 1532N., 21 5745E.
Delete depth 53 and associated 50m contour, close WNW of:
(a) above
depth 4
7
, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 55 and associated 50m contour, close W of:
(c) above
567 NORTH SEA - United Kingdom Sector - Minerva Gas Field North-westwards - Well.
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only
Chart 1190 (INT 1508) [ previous update 5718/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Well
54 0200N., 0 2772E.
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613 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - Neue Weser and Neue Weser N-Reede Northwards - Foul.
Depths.
Source: German Notice 3/(21)2/12
Chart 1875 [ previous update 352/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

53 549N., 7 504E.
Chart 3617 (INT 1456) [ previous update 352/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 13
(a) 53 5103N., 8 0181E.
(b) 53 5085N., 8 0269E.
depth 12
3

53 5013N., 8 0471E.
depth 13
2

53 4992N., 8 0440E.

53 549N., 7 504E.
Delete depth 13
5
, close S of:
(a) above
depth 15, adjacent to:
(b) above
614 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - The Weser - Bremerhaven - Stromkaje - Restricted area.
Obstruction.
Source: German Notice 3/(21)4/12
Chart 3621 (INT 1457) [ previous update 5658/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,
'
, joining:
53 3418N., 8 3262E.(shore)
53 3416N., 8 3255E.
53 3408N., 8 3262E.
53 3412N., 8 3271E.(shore)

Obstn
53 3414N., 8 3264E.
548 FRANCE - North Coast - Rouen - Petit-Couronne Southwards - Bassin Jupiter Westwards - Maritime limit.
Legend.
Source: French Notice 28/01/12
Chart 2879 (INT 1752) (panel C, Port de Rouen) [ previous update 2730/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 49 22908N., 1 00560E.
(b) 49 22787N., 1 00600E.
(c) 49 22690N., 1 00472E.
semi-circular maritime limit, radius 237m, pecked line, centred
on (b) above, joining:
(a) above
(c) above
legend, Swinging Area, orientated SSW/NNE, centred on:
49 22800N., 1 00500E.
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608 FRANCE - North Coast - Cap de la Hague Northwards - Depth.
Source: French Notice 2/26/12
Chart 2450 (INT 1703) [ previous update 5918/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 51
50 0210N., 1 4800W.
Chart 2454 (INT 1702) [ previous update 5604/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 51
50 0210N., 1 4800W.
Chart 2613 (INT 1705) [ previous update 362/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 51
50 0210N., 1 4800W.
Chart 2669 [ previous update 4934/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 51
50 0210N., 1 4800W.
611 SPAIN - North Coast - Pasaia - Muelle Donibane South-eastwards - Lights.
Light List Vol. D, 2011/12, 1476.8, 1476.85
Source: Spanish Notice 2/6/12
Chart 1157 [ previous update 2177/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(2)R.6s
43 19238N., 1 54692W.
light to, Fl(3)R.10s
43 19242N., 1 54628W.
624 SPAIN - North Coast - Ra de Ferrol - Puerto de Ferrol - La Graa - Light.
Light List Vol. D, 2011/12, 1698.4
Source: Spanish Notice 2/8/12
Chart 1094 [ previous update 453/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(4)R.12s
43 2843N., 8 1553W.
Chart 1117 (INT 1856) [ previous update 453/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(4)R.12s9m1M
43 2843N., 8 1553W.
Chart 1118 (INT 1855) [ previous update 453/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(4)R.12s9m1M
43 2843N., 8 1553W.
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565* NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN - Arquiplago de Cabo Verde Westwards - Rocket Seamount - Depth.
Source: mv Ellix Too
Chart 4012 (INT 12) [ previous update 5618/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
sounding out of position

ED(2011)
15 543N., 36 153W.
Chart 4013 (INT 13) [ previous update 5618/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
sounding out of position

ED(2011)
15 543N., 36 153W.
Chart 4014 (INT 14) [ previous update 5618/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
sounding out of position

ED(2011)
15 543N., 36 153W.
Chart 4115 [ previous update 5618/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
sounding out of position

ED(2011)
15 509N., 36 113W.
Chart 4215 (INT 215) [ previous update New Edition 16/06/2011 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert
sounding out of position

ED(2011)
15 509N., 36 113W.
510* ITALY - West Coast - Torre Valdaliga South-westwards - Dredged areas.
Source: Revello Srl
Chart 907 (plan A, Approaches to Civitavecchia) [ previous update New Edition 22/12/2011 ] MONTE MARIO 1940
DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to dredged
areas, centred on:
42 0724N., 11 4520E.
535 ITALY - West Coast - Isola DIschia - Forio - Light. Coastline.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 1600
Source: Italian Notices 24.5/11 & 16.11/11
Chart 908 [ previous update 145/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to light and
coastline, centred on:
40 4459N., 13 5105E.
556 TURKEY - South Coast - Antalya Krfezi - Alanya Kalesi Westwards and Eastwards and Ahmediye
Southwards - Depths.
Source: ENC TR300323
Chart 237 (plan, Alanya) [ previous update 236/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 7
1
enclosed by 10m contour
36 3201N., 31 5915E.
depth 12
5

36 3198N., 32 0090E.
Chart 237 [ previous update 236/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 7
4
enclosed by 10m contour
36 4840N., 31 0972E.
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557 TURKEY - West Coast - Edremit Krfezi - Submarine cable.
Source: Turkish Notice 48/228/11
Chart 1061 [ previous update 290/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine cable,

, joining:
39 3277N., 26 3608E.(shore)
39 3129N., 26 3497E.
39 2655N., 26 3000E.
(existing submarine cable)
Chart 1086 [ previous update 3722/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine cable,

, joining:
39 328N., 26 361E.(shore)
39 313N., 26 350E.
39 265N., 26 300E.
(existing submarine cable)
Chart 1087 [ previous update 385/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine cable,

, joining:
39 328N., 26 361E.(shore)
39 313N., 26 350E.
39 265N., 26 300E.
(existing submarine cable)
Chart 1675 (plan, Approaches to Ayvalk) [ previous update 290/12 ] ED50 DATUM
Insert
submarine cable,

, joining:
39 2650N., 26 3005E.
(existing submarine cable)
39 2704N., 26 3056E.
(N border)
559 SPAIN - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Fuengirola - Light.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 0059
Source: Spanish Notice 1/3/12
Chart 773 [ previous update 5384/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(3)R.10m5M
36 326N., 4 367W.
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562 LEBANON - Approaches to Beyrouth (Beirut) - Jun el Khudr - Wrecks.
Source: French Notice 1/80/12
Chart 1563 (INT 3670) [ previous update 1474/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
33 5529N., 35 3197E.
33 5514N., 35 3203E.
33 5498N., 35 3222E.
33 5516N., 35 3284E.
33 5525N., 35 3284E.
Chart 1563 (INT 3670) (plan A, Beyrouth (Beirut)) [ previous update 1474/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
33 55286N., 35 31968E.
33 55142N., 35 32028E.
33 54983N., 35 32224E.
33 55158N., 35 32839E.
33 55254N., 35 32841E.
563 LEBANON - El Jy - Rs Nabi Yons Northwards - Obstruction.
Source: French Notice 1/82/12
Chart 2633 [ previous update 441/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
33 394N., 35 238E.
Chart 2634 [ previous update New Edition 31/03/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
33 394N., 35 238E.
601 ITALY - South Coast - Approaches to Taranto - Mar Grande - Secca della Tarantola North-eastwards -
Mooring buoy.
Source: Italian Notice 11.29/11 & ENC IT600153
Chart 1643 [ previous update 5515/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
~
A6
40 2712N., 17 1440E.
606 NAMIBIA - Approaches to Walvis Bay - Pelican Point Northwards and North-eastwards - Harbour limits.
Source: South African Notice 12/91/11
Chart 4134 (INT 2611) [ previous update New Edition 03/11/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert harbour limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 22 5136S., 14 2612E.
(existing limit)
(b) 22 4540S., 14 3095E.
(N border)
legend, North Western Limit of Port, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete former harbour limit, pecked line, and associated legend,
Northern Limit of Port, joining:
(a) above
22 514S., 14 324E. (shore)
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566 MOZAMBIQUE - Baa de Maputo - Barra Norte South-eastwards - Legend.
Source: UKHO
Chart 644 [ previous update 419/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend legend to, Less Water Reported 2011 (see Note), centred on:
25 4800S., 32 5150E.
574* RED SEA - Eritrea - Ghubbet Mus Nefit - Nokra Dese
-
t Eastwards - Wrecks.
Source: UKHO
Chart 168 (plan C, Entrance to Ghubbet Mus Nefit) [ previous update New Edition 03/10/2002 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
~
15 4321N., 39 5708E.

15 4291N., 39 5707E.
534 INDIA - West Coast - Approaches to Mumbai (Bombay) - Karanja Reefs North-westwards and South-
westwards - Precautionary areas. Pilot boarding place. Legends.
Cautionary notes.
Source: Indian Notice 22/263/11
Chart 2622 (INT 7336) [ previous update New Chart 08/12/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new precautionary areas,
centred on:
18 5570N., 72 5327E.
Delete
+
18 5085N., 72 5002E.
Chart 2623 [ previous update 1205/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new precautionary area and
legend, centred on:
18 55320N., 72 52089E.
the accompanying note, TRAFFIC CROSSING, centred on:
18 59165N., 72 50511E.
Chart 2624 (INT 7337) [ previous update 3489/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block A, showing new precautionary area
and legend, centred on:
18 5504N., 72 5215E.
the accompanying block B, showing new precautionary area
and legend, centred on:
18 5637N., 72 5411E.
the accompanying note, TRAFFIC CROSSING (A & B),
centred on:
18 5770N., 72 4811E.
Chart 2630 (INT 7338) [ previous update 4764/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new precautionary areas and
legend, centred on:
18 5590N., 72 5340E.
the accompanying note, TRAFFIC CROSSING, centred on:
19 0169N., 72 5338E.
558* BURMA - Kyun Me Gyee South-westwards - Rock.
Source: pv Lauren L
Chart 216 [ previous update 4847/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Rep (2012)
10 511N., 97 522E.
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564 INDIA - East Coast - Gangavaram Port North-eastwards - Data collection buoy.
Source: Indian Notice 1/34/12
Chart 234 [ previous update 5076/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS
17 38000N., 83 15900E.
Chart 243 (INT 7410) [ previous update New Chart 10/11/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS
17 3800N., 83 1590E.
570 INDIA - West Coast - Chetwai Westwards - Depth.
Source: ENC IN2259BK
Chart 1565 [ previous update 382/12 ] INDIAN DATUM
Replace depth 19
6
with depth16
8

10 302N., 75 581E.
571 INDIA - East Coast - Approaches to Hugli River - Jellingham Channel South-westwards -
Groynes.
Source: Indian Notice 1/36/12
Chart 123 [ previous update 5116/11 ] INDIAN DATUM
Delete groyne, double firm line, joining:
21 5120N., 87 5926E.
(existing groyne)
21 5109N., 87 5947E.
and
21 4945N., 87 5846E.
(existing groyne)
21 4919N., 87 5886E.
Chart 136 [ previous update 4566/11 ] INDIAN DATUM
Delete groyne, double firm line, joining:
21 5120N., 87 5926E.
(existing groyne)
21 5109N., 87 5947E.
and
21 4945N., 87 5846E.
(existing groyne)
21 4919N., 87 5886E.
620 MALACCA STRAIT - Pulau-Pulau Aruah - P. Jemur East-north-eastwards - Rock.
Source: UKHO
Note: This update has been included in New Editions of Charts 3945 and 3946 published 2 February 2012.
Chart 3940 [ previous update 507/12 ] REVISED KERTAU DATUM
Insert

2 5341N., 100 3546E.


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508 CHINA - Yellow Sea Coast - Rizhao Gang North-eastwards - Langyatai Wan - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3808.65
Source: Chinese Notice 2/43/12
Chart 1253 [ previous update 381/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

F.R.13m8M
35 359N., 119 477E.
509 CHINA - South Coast - Leizhou Bandao, South Coast - Santang Jiao - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3333
Source: Chinese Notice 2/55/12
Chart 3890 [ previous update 5786/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2)6s23m5M
20 1436N., 110 1073E.
547 CHINA - East Coast - Approaches to Yueqing Wan - Xialangtang Dao South-eastwards - Buoy.
Source: Chinese Notice 2/46/12
Chart 1721 [ previous update 411/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 1
28 0155N., 121 3358E.
Chart 1759 [ previous update 414/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No 1
28 016N., 121 336E.
550 CHINA - Bo Hai - Qinhuangdao Gang - West Anchorage, West Port, Meisanqi Fairway, East Port, Basin No 2
and Shiwandunji Hangdao - Depths. Buoy.
Source: Chinese Chart 11712
Chart 3378 (plan, Qinhuangdao) [ previous update 5234/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 9
9
enclosed by 10m contour
(a) 39 5165N., 119 3646E.
depth 10
4

(b) 39 5439N., 119 3524E.
depth 12
6

(c) 39 5485N., 119 3943E.
depth 12
4

(d) 39 5528N., 119 3868E.

Mo(O)Y.12s
39 5446N., 119 4042E.
Delete depth 10
3
, close W of:
(a) above
depth 11, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 13
6
, close NW of:
(c) above
depth 13
5
, close N of:
(d) above
Chart 3378 [ previous update 5234/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 9
9
enclosed by 10m contour
39 5165N., 119 3646E.
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576 CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Hong Kong - Macao Southwards to Huizhou Terminal - Submarine
pipelines.
Source: Chinese Notices 2/48/12, 2/50/12 & 2/53-54/12
Chart 341 [ previous update 4834/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 22 0175N., 113 3003E.
(W border)
21 5826N., 113 3101E.
21 5693N., 113 3083E.
(b) 21 5641N., 113 3110E.
(S border)
legend, Gas, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legends, Oil & Gas,


joining:
22 0530N., 113 3312E. (shore)
21 5641N., 113 5520E.
(S border)
Chart 1555 [ previous update 327/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 21 583N., 113 310E.
21 560N., 113 313E.
21 533N., 113 342E.
(b) 21 473N., 113 480E.
(existing pipeline)
legend, Gas, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legends, Oil and


Gas, joining:
22 053N., 113 331E. (shore)
21 384N., 114 416E.
(E border)
Chart 1962 [ previous update 5622/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legend, Oil and Gas


(see Note), joining:
21 509N., 114 100E.
(W border)
21 353N., 114 490E.
(S border)
Chart 1968 [ previous update 166/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
21 203N., 115 366E.
21 202N., 115 251E.
(existing pipeline)
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legend, Oil and Gas


(see Note), joining:
21 507N., 114 100E.
(W border)
21 206N., 115 253E. (

)
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Chart 3026 [ previous update 5852/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 22 0173N., 113 3003E.
(W border)
21 5826N., 113 3101E.
21 5693N., 113 3083E.
21 5597N., 113 3133E.
21 5334N., 113 3422E.
(b) 21 4799N., 113 4637E.
(S border)
legend, Gas, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legends, Oil and


Gas, joining:
22 0530N., 113 3312E. (shore)
21 4799N., 114 1700E.
(S border)
Chart 3488 (INT 552) [ previous update 366/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legend. Oil and Gas


(see Note), joining:
22 048N., 113 333E. (shore)
21 370N., 114 450E.
(E border)
Chart 3489 (INT 553) [ previous update 166/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
21 203N., 115 366E.
21 202N., 115 251E.
(existing pipeline)
Delete
submarine pipeline,

, and associated legend, Oil and Gas


(see Note), joining:
21 567N., 113 550E.
(W border)
21 210N., 115 255E. (

)
577 CHINA - South Coast - Zhujiang Kou - Lingding Yang - Neilingding Dao Southwards, South-eastwards and
Eastwards - Depths.
Source: Chinese Chart 15431
Chart 341 [ previous update 576/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 3
7

22 1855N., 113 4886E.
depth 4
4
enclosed by 5m contour
22 1921N., 113 4707E.
depth 1
9
enclosed by 2m contour
(a) 22 2145N., 113 4813E.
depth 4
1
and extend 5m contour E to enclose
22 2183N., 113 5177E.
Replace depth 5
7
with depth 4
7
enclosed by 5m contour
22 2036N., 113 5083E.
Delete depth 3
3
, close NE of:
(a) above
576 CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Hong Kong - Macao Southwards to Huizhou Terminal - Submarine
pipelines. (continued)
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Chart 343 [ previous update 225/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 4
1
enclosed by 5m contour
22 1790N., 113 4889E.
depth 3
7

22 1855N., 113 4886E.
depth 4
4
enclosed by 5m contour
22 1921N., 113 4707E.
depth 4
3
enclosed by 5m contour
22 1971N., 113 4695E.
depth 1
9
enclosed by 2m contour
(a) 22 2145N., 113 4813E.
depth 4
1
and extend 5m contour E to enclose
22 2183N., 113 5177E.
depth 0
9
enclosed by 2m contour
(b) 22 2469N., 113 4938E.
Replace depth 5
7
with depth 4
7
enclosed by 5m contour
22 2036N., 113 5083E.
Delete depth 3
3
, close NE of:
(a) above
depth 6
7
, adjacent to:
(b) above
578 TAIWAN - West Coast - Peng-hu Chn-tao North-westwards and Eastwards - Wreck. Buoy.
Source: Taiwanese Charts 0319 & 04507
Chart 1760 [ previous update New Edition 08/12/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

PA with

23 384N., 119 576E.


Chart 1968 [ previous update 576/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

24 148N., 119 108E.


Delete

23 383N., 119 573E.


Chart 2409 [ previous update New Edition 08/12/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

PA with

23 3844N., 119 5749E.


Chart 3489 (INT 553) [ previous update 576/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete

23 383N., 119 565E.


603 CHINA - Bo Hai - Laotieshan Xijiao Northwards - Yangtou Wan - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3984.7
Source: Chinese Notice 1/2/12
Chart 1249 [ previous update 5901/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Iso.6s23m12M
38 479N., 121 071E.
Chart 1255 [ previous update 5901/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Iso.6s23m12M
38 479N., 121 071E.
Chart 1256 [ previous update 250/12 ] BEIJING 1954 DATUM
Insert

Iso.12M
38 479N., 121 071E.
577 CHINA - South Coast - Zhujiang Kou - Lingding Yang - Neilingding Dao Southwards, South-eastwards and
Eastwards - Depths. (continued)
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607 CHINA - East Coast - Approaches to Shanghai - Beigang Shuidao - Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notice 2/45/12
Chart 1602 [ previous update 252/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Delete symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s W73
(a) 31 2241N., 122 0360E.
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s W74, close W of:
(a) above
Chart 1603 [ previous update 114/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Delete symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s W73
(a) 31 2241N., 122 0360E.
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s W74, close W of:
(a) above
511 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Mikawa Wan - Kinuura Ko - 5 Go Chi Eastwards - Depths. Dredged area.
Buoy.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/43/12
Chart JP 1056 [ previous update 4918/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
dredged area and buoy, centred on:
34 51 156"N., 136 56 257"E.
512 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Ise Wan - Yokkaichi Ko - Section 1 - Depths. Dredged area.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/44/12
Chart JP 94 [ previous update 5144/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
dredged area, centred on:
34 57 108"N., 136 38 574"E.
513 JAPAN - Hokkaido
-
- South Coast - Muroran Ko - Buoy. Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 6746.5
Source: Japanese Notice 3/48/11
Chart JP 16 [ previous update 4674/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Fl (2) R 6s with

Fl (2) R 6s 5M
42 20 498"N., 140 54 352"E.
Chart JP 1034 [ previous update 3610/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Fl (2) R 6s with

Fl (2) R 6s 5M
42 2083N., 140 5458E.
514 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Aki Nada - Ai Shima - Fish haven.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/49/12
Chart JP 141 [ previous update 5040/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

34 0412N., 132 4280E.


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515 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Hiroshima Wan - Hashira Shima - Submarine power cable.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/51/12
Note: Replaces submarine cable with submarine power cable
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 5877/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

, centred on:
34 0062N., 132 2555E.
516 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Aki Nada - Tsurushima Suido - Nogutsuna Shima - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5652
Source: Japanese Notice 3/52/12
Chart JP 141 [ previous update 514/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
33 5795N., 132 4183E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 5880/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
33 5795N., 132 4183E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 515/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
33 5795N., 132 4183E.
517 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Iyo Nada - Tsurushima Suido - Fuguri Iwa - Light-beacon.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5651.7
Source: Japanese Notice 3/53/12
Chart JP 141 [ previous update 516/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light-beacon to, 5M
33 5613N., 132 3645E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 516/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light-beacon to, 5M
33 5613N., 132 3645E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 516/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light-beacon to, 5M
33 5613N., 132 3645E.
518 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Iyo Nada - Gunchu Ko - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5431
Source: Japanese Notice 3/54/12
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 517/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 3M
33 4562N., 132 4160E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 517/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 3M
33 4562N., 132 4160E.
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519 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- East Coast - Bungo Suido - Approaches to Tsukumi Wan - Fuka Se - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4922
Source: Japanese Notice 3/55/12
Chart JP 151 [ previous update 5881/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 068N., 132 017E.
520 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- East Coast - Bungo Suido - Tsukumi Wan - Hoto Shima - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4923.3
Source: Japanese Notice 3/56/12
Chart JP 151 [ previous update 519/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 4M
33 066N., 132 005E.
521 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- East Coast - Bungo Suido - Saiki Wan and Approaches - Oki-Guro Shima and Motonoma
Kaikyo - Lights.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4909, 4910
Source: Japanese Notice 3/57/12
Chart JP 151 [ previous update 520/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
32 5282N., 132 0205E.
range of light-beacon to, 3M
32 5698N., 132 0423E.
Chart JP 1220 [ previous update 4431/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
32 5282N., 132 0205E.
range of light-beacon to, 3M
32 5698N., 132 0423E.
522 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- North Coast - Iki Shima - Ashibe Ko - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5261
Source: Japanese Notice 3/58/12
Chart JP 179 [ previous update 5635/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso 6s 5M
33 4823N., 129 4572E.
Chart JP 187 [ previous update 5637/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso 6s 5M
33 4823N., 129 4572E.
Chart JP 1228 [ previous update 5631/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso 6s 5M
33 4823N., 129 4572E.
523 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- North Coast - Iki Shima - Akase Hana West-north-westwards - Fish haven.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/59/12
Chart JP 1228 [ previous update 522/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

33 5108N., 129 4398E.


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524 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- North Coast - Karatsu Wan North-eastwards - Keya - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5270.15
Source: Japanese Notice 3/60/12
Chart JP 179 [ previous update 522/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 4M
33 353N., 130 064E.
Chart JP 1228 [ previous update 523/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 4M
33 353N., 130 064E.
525 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- North Coast - Iki Suido Southwards - Chika Saki - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5257.4
Source: Japanese Notice 3/62/12
Chart JP 179 [ previous update 524/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 311N., 129 497E.
Chart JP 187 [ previous update 522/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 311N., 129 497E.
Chart JP 1228 [ previous update 524/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 311N., 129 497E.
526 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- West Coast - Goto Retto - Tatara Shima - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5007
Source: Japanese Notice 3/63/12
Chart JP 213 [ previous update 5636/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
32 450N., 128 529E.
527 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- East Coast - Hyuga Nada - Miyazaki Ko and Biro Shima - Lights.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4889.2, 4898.6
Source: Japanese Notice 3/64/12
Chart JP 1220 [ previous update 521/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
31 5515N., 131 2850E.
32 2792N., 131 4385E.
528 JAPAN - Kyu
-
shu
-
- East Coast - Approaches to Kitaura Ko - Shimaura To - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4904.2
Source: Japanese Notice 3/65/12
Chart JP 151 [ previous update 521/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
32 3948N., 131 4845E.
Chart JP 1220 [ previous update 527/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
32 3948N., 131 4845E.
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549 KOREA - West Coast - Kunsan Hang Outer Port, Piu ng Do, Yubu Do South-westwards and South-eastwards
- Wreck. Depths. Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4193
Source: Korean Notices 52/881/11 & 2/38/12
Chart 1558 (plan B, Approaches to Kunsan) [ previous update 343/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
35 5904N., 126 3570E.
depth 4
8
enclosed by 5m contour
35 5904N., 126 3708E.
depth 4
3
enclosed by 5m contour
35 5854N., 126 3719E.
Delete

Fl.4s11m8M
35 5693N., 126 3134E.
555 KOREA - South Coast - Chodo, North West Coast - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4295.47
Source: Korean Notice 2/36/12
Chart 3365 (INT 5252) [ previous update 345/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2)R.6s11m8M
34 1434N., 127 1428E.
575 KOREA - West Coast - Daesan Hang - Heugeodo South-eastwards - Buoy.
Source: Korean Notice 2/30/12
Chart 1271 (plan A, Daesan Hang) [ previous update 423/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

Fl.Y.4s C, from:
37 0127N., 126 2408E.
to:
37 0109N., 126 2405E.
600 KOREA - South Coast - Masan, Masan Hang and Pusan, North Outer Harbour and Central Wharf
Westwards - Buoyage. Depths. Works.
Source: Korean Notices 52/881/11, 2/30/12 & 2/35/12
Chart 1259 (plan A, Masan) [ previous update 409/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.8s A
35 1095N., 128 3476E.

Fl(4)Y.8s B
35 1062N., 128 3430E.

Fl(4)Y.8s C
35 1155N., 128 3455E.

Fl(4)Y.8s D
35 1137N., 128 3469E.
Chart 1259 (plan B, Pusan) [ previous update 409/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 4
7
enclosed by 5m contour
(a) 35 0561N., 129 0573E.
depth 12
8

35 0551N., 129 0567E.
legend, Works in progress (2011), centred on:
35 0662N., 129 0287E.
Delete depth 8
2
, adjacent to:
(a) above
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604 KOREA - West Coast - Taean Pando - To kcho k Kundo, Kwanjanghang Sudo, Anhu ng Southwards and Ong
Do - Light-beacon. Automatic Identification System.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4184.05
ALRS Vol. 2, 2011/12: (4/12)
Source: Korean Notices 1/23-24/12 & 2/39/12.
Chart 913 (INT 5254) [ previous update 346/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s
(a) 36 4018N., 126 1170E.
Automatic Identification System, AIS
(a) above
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
36 3832N., 125 5936E.
Chart 1256 [ previous update 603/12 ] BEIJING 1954 DATUM
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
37 098N., 125 498E.
Chart 1258 [ previous update 487/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
37 0964N., 125 4960E.
36 3836N., 125 5947E.
619 INDONESIA - Nusa Tengarra - Bali, South Coast - Benoa - Alur Pelayaran Benoa - Buoyage.
Source: Indonesian Notices 39/350-351/11
Chart 946 (plan B, Benoa) [ previous update 4763/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.G.3s
8 45235S., 115 14125E.

Fl.R.4s
8 45434S., 115 13868E.
539 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Spencer Gulf - Buffalo Reef South-westwards - Marine farms.
Legends.
Source: Australian Notice 1/38/12
Chart Aus 343 [ previous update 2095/11 ] AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC DATUM
Insert

34 445S., 136 248E.


34 471S., 136 234E.
Chart Aus 444 [ previous update 2098/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

34 444S., 136 249E.


34 470S., 136 235E.
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Chart Aus 776 [ previous update 33/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of marine farm, pecked line, joining:
(a) 34 4685S., 136 2264E.
(b) 34 4723S., 136 2264E.
(c) 34 4721S., 136 2428E.
(d) 34 4683S., 136 2428E.
and
(e) 34 4423S., 136 2392E.
(f) 34 4450S., 136 2393E.
(g) 34 4448S., 136 2590E.
(h) 34 4421S., 136 2589E.
legend, Marine farm (see Note), close N of:
(a)-(d) above

(see Note), within:


(e)-(h) above
540 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Spencer Gulf - Ward Spit Westwards - Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 1/41/12
Chart Aus 136 [ previous update 33/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 13
2

33 0254S., 137 4620E.
Chart Aus 778 [ previous update 33/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 13
2

33 0254S., 137 4620E.
539 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Spencer Gulf - Buffalo Reef South-westwards - Marine farms.
Legends. (continued)
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541 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Approaches to Bunbury - McKenna Point Westwards and North-
westwards - Anchor berths. Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 1/35/12
Chart Aus 115 [ previous update 689/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

F, with swinging circle, pecked line, radius 075M, centred


on:
33 1725S., 115 3290E.

G, with swinging circle, pecked line, radius 075M,


centred on:
33 1610S., 115 3170E.

H, with swinging circle, pecked line, radius 075M,


centred on:
33 1452S., 115 3190E.

I, with swinging circle, pecked line, radius 075M, centred


on:
33 1305S., 115 3252E.
Chart Aus 755 [ previous update 4291/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

F
(a) 33 1725S., 115 3290E.

G
33 1610S., 115 3170E.

H
33 1452S., 115 3190E.

I
33 1305S., 115 3252E.
Delete depth 22
3
, close N of:
(a) above
542 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Approaches to Onslow - Thevenard Island South-south-eastwards -
Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/34/12
Chart Aus 64 [ previous update 4306/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(5)Y.20s
21 3184S., 115 0187E.
Chart Aus 743 [ previous update 253/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(5)Y.20s
21 3184S., 115 0187E.
543 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Varanus Island Eastwards - Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/33/12
Chart Aus 62 [ previous update 5963/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Mo(U)Y.15s
20 3814S., 115 4372E.
Chart Aus 742 [ previous update 5963/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Mo(U)Y.15s
20 381S., 115 437E.
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544 AUSTRALIA - Northern Territory - Approaches to Darwin - Middle Arm - LNG Terminal Southwards -
Buoy. Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 1/32/12
Chart Aus 24 [ previous update 246/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(5)Y.20s
(a) 12 31829S., 130 51161E.
Delete depth 10
8
, close N of:
(a) above
Chart Aus 27 [ previous update 246/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(5)Y.20s
(a) 12 31829S., 130 51161E.
Delete depth 10
8
, close N of:
(a) above
552 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Approaches to Port Stanvac - Curlew Point Northwards - Restricted area.
Source: Australian Notice 1/43/12
Chart Aus 125 (plan, Port Stanvac) [ previous update 4903/11 ] AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
35 0560S., 138 2782E. (

)
35 0534S., 138 2806E. (

)
35 0562S., 138 2851E. (

)
35 0588S., 138 2827E. (

)
553 AUSTRALIA - Northern Territory - Groote Eylandt - Milner Bay - Restricted area. Legend.
Source: Australian Notice 1/31/12
Chart Aus 14 (plan, Milner Bay) [ previous update 4845/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
13 51482S., 136 25138E.
(shore)
13 51512S., 136 24930E.
(a) 13 51540S., 136 24875E.
(b) 13 51756S., 136 24993E.
13 51728S., 136 25047E.
13 51585S., 136 25183E.
13 51570S., 136 25178E.
(shore)
legend, Port Security Limit, along:
(a)-(b) above
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554 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Approaches to Cairns - Anchor berths. Depth.
Aeronautical radiobeacon.
Source: Australian Notice 1/29/12
Chart Aus 262 [ previous update 4623/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

CPS1
(a) 16 4640S., 145 4470E.

CA1
16 4660S., 145 5040E.

CA2
16 4860S., 145 5270E.

CA3
16 4890S., 145 5420E.

CA4
16 4960S., 145 4800E.

CPS2
16 4980S., 145 5110E.

CA5
16 5100S., 145 5000E.
Delete depth 10
8
, close S of:
(a) above
symbol, aeronautical radiobeacon, Aero RC
16 5084S., 145 4411E.
Chart Aus 830 [ previous update 4623/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

CPS1
(a) 16 464S., 145 447E.

CA1
16 466S., 145 504E.

CA2
16 486S., 145 527E.

CA3
16 489S., 145 542E.

CA4
16 496S., 145 480E.

CPS2
16 498S., 145 511E.

CA5
16 510S., 145 500E.

CA6
16 577S., 145 580E.
Delete depth 10
8
, adjacent to:
(a) above
symbol, aeronautical radiobeacon, Aero RC
16 508S., 145 441E.
573 MEXICO - Pacific Ocean Coast - Acapulco South-westwards - Depth.
Source: French Chart 7751
Note: This update will be included in a New Edition of Chart 4811 to be published 23 February 2012
Chart 4051 (INT 51) [ previous update 5827/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 789 enclosed by1000m contour and extend 2000m and
3000m contours NE to enclose
(a) 13 229N., 102 291W.
Delete depth 1582, adjacent to:
(a) above
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551* ANTARCTICA - South Shetland Islands - Deception Island Eastwards - Depth.
Source: RRS James Clark Ross
Chart 1776 [ previous update 3294/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete depth 8
3
enclosed by 10fm contour, PA
62 5835S., 60 2665W.
Chart 3205 [ previous update 3917/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete depth 8
3
enclosed by 10fm contour
62 590S., 60 262W.
546 URUGUAY - Approaches to Montevideo - Canal de Acceso South-eastwards and North-westwards, Escollera
Sarandi and Escollera Oeste - Radar beacon. Lights.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 0704, 0706
ALRS Vol. 2, 2011/12: 93220 (5/12)
Source: Uruguayan Notices 12/79-80/11
Chart 1749 [ previous update 5503/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert radar beacon, Racon(N), at KM424 light-buoy
35 0340S., 55 5130W.
Chart 2001 (plan A, Baha de Montevideo) [ previous update 562/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 10M
(a) 34 5480S., 56 1337W.
(b) 34 5480S., 56 1359W.
Delete sector at light
(a) above
(b) above
Chart 2001 (plan B, Approaches to Montevideo) [ previous update 562/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert radar beacon, Racon(N), at Km424 light-buoy
35 0340S., 55 5130W.
Amend range of light to, 10M
34 5480S., 56 1337W.
34 5480S., 56 1359W.
Chart 3064 [ previous update 3723/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert radar beacon, Racon(N), at light-buoy
35 034S., 55 513W.
621 BRAZIL - North Coast - Rio Par Eastwards to Coroa Grande Northwards and North-westwards - Depths.
Light.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 0070.5
Source: Brazilian Chart 21500
Chart 520 [ previous update 5422/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 48 enclosed by 50m contour
0 097N., 45 522W.
depth 46 enclosed by 50m contour
0 030N., 45 375W.
depth 39 and extend 50m contour NW to enclose
0 060S., 45 167W.
depth 36 enclosed by 50m contour
0 132N., 44 461W.
depth 35 enclosed by 50m contour
0 163S., 44 100W.
depth 39 and extend 50m contour NE to enclose
0 223S., 44 083W.
depth 38 and extend 50m contour NE to enclose
0 308S., 43 598W.
depth 41 enclosed by 50m contour
0 376S., 43 500W.
Move

Fl(5)24M, from:
1 102S., 45 382W.
to:
1 075S., 45 378W.
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Chart 528 [ previous update 2346/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
depth 39 and extend 50m contour NE to enclose
0 223S., 44 083W.
depth 38 and extend 50m contour NE to enclose
0 308S., 43 598W.
depth 41 enclosed by 50m contour
0 376S., 43 500W.
Chart 543 [ previous update 5256/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 18
8
enclosed by 20m approximate contour
1 3700S., 43 5393W.
Chart 3958 [ previous update 4573/08 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert depth 22
5

(a) 0 113S., 46 126W.
depth 39 enclosed by 50m contour
0 060S., 45 167W.
0 223S., 44 084W.
depth 35 enclosed by 50m contour
0 163S., 44 100W.
depth 38 and extend 50m contour E to enclose
0 308S., 43 598W.
depth 41 enclosed by 50m contour
0 376S., 43 500W.
depth 18
8
enclosed by 20m contour
1 370S., 43 539W.
depth 15 enclosed by 20m contour
0 597S., 44 452W.

Fl(5)60s47m24M
(b) 1 075S., 45 378W.
Delete

Fl(5)60s47m24M, close S of:


(b) above
depth 30, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 3959 [ previous update 2683/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 48 enclosed by 50m contour
0 097N., 45 522W.
depth 46 enclosed by 50m contour
0 030N., 45 375W.
depth 22
5

(a) 0 113S., 46 126W.
depth 16
8
and extend 20m contour E to enclose
(b) 0 253S., 46 437W .

Fl(5)60s47m24M
(c) 1 075S., 45 378W.
Delete

Fl(5)60s47m24M, close S of:


(c) above
depth 30, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 19, close WNW of:
(b) above
depth 25, close S of:
(b) above
621 BRAZIL - North Coast - Rio Par Eastwards to Coroa Grande Northwards and North-westwards - Depths.
Light. (continued)
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623 BRAZIL - East Coast - Lagoa Mangueira South-eastwards - Buoyage.
Source: Brazilian Notice 1/02(T)/12
Chart 556 [ previous update 3723/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

ARGO
34 300S., 51 300W.
34 310S., 49 290W.
34 310S., 47 300W.
34 300S., 44 290W.
Chart 4200 (INT 200) [ previous update New Edition 11/11/2010 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

ARGO
34 300S., 51 300W.
34 310S., 49 290W.
Chart 4201 (INT 201) [ previous update New Edition 03/02/2011 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

ARGO
34 300S., 51 300W.
34 310S., 49 290W.
34 310S., 47 300W.
34 300S., 44 290W.
568 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Texas - Freeport Harbor Channel -
Obstruction.
Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 02/11321/12
Chart 3854 (plan, Freeport) [ previous update 465/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
28 5528N., 95 1700W.
569 WEST INDIES - Windward Islands - Martinique, North Coast - Havre de la Trinit - Banc Mitan Westwards
and La Trinit Eastwards - Light-beacons. Buoy.
Light List Vol. J, 2011/12, 5772.23, 5772.25
Source: French Notice 2/170/12
Chart 371 (plan C, Havre de la Trinit) [ previous update 5435/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend "TR11" light-beacon to, Q.R
(a) 14 4438N., 60 5768W.
"TR10" light-beacon to, Q.G, close E of:
(a) above
Replace
*
"TR4" with

Fl.G.25s "TR4"
14 4593N., 60 5695W.
Chart 371 (plan, Pointe Caracoli to Fort-de-France) [ previous update 5435/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace
*
with

Fl.G.25s
14 4593N., 60 5698W.
Chart 594 [ previous update 1622/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace
*
with

Fl.G
14 4595N., 60 5697W.
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626 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Mississippi - Pascagoula Harbor -
Channel depths.
Source: United States Coast Guard District 8 LNM 03/11373/12
Chart 3841 [ previous update 319/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
30 219N., 88 360W.
536 CANADA - Newfoundland and Labrador - Placentia Bay - Red Island South-eastwards -
Submarine cable.
Source: Canadian Notice 12/4622/11
Chart 4734 [ previous update 5843/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
submarine cable,

, joining:
47 205N., 54 013W.
47 198N., 54 052W.
47 168N., 54 083W.
47 162N., 54 100W.
47 163N., 54 209W.
47 165N., 54 257W.
47 146N., 54 308W.
47 145N., 54 326W.
47 143N., 54 337W.
47 145N., 54 350W.
Chart 4737 [ previous update 5843/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to submarine
cable, centred on:
47 1845N., 54 0380W.
602 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Rhode Island - Narragansett Bay - Coddington Cove, Goat
Island North-westwards and Mackerel Cove - Depths. Obstructions.
Source: NOS
Chart 2730 [ previous update 349/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 3 enclosed by 6ft contour with seabed type, R
(a) 41 3131N., 71 1930W.

Obstn
41 2969N., 71 1993W.

Obstn
41 2957N., 71 1990W.
depth 6 enclosed by 6ft contour with seabed type, R
41 2899N., 71 2304W.
Delete depth 10, close SE of:
(a) above
Chart 2890 [ previous update 3742/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
(a) 41 2969N., 71 1993W.
Delete depth 8, adjacent to:
(a) above
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605 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Potomac River - Mathias Point Westwards - Depth.
Source: US Chart 12288
Chart 2924 (Panel 1) [ previous update New Edition 05/01/2012 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete depth 4 and associated 6ft contour, Rep (1961)
38 2345N., 77 0675W.
625 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - North Carolina - Cape Fear River -
Channel depths.
Source: United States Coast Guard District 5 LNM03/11537/12
Chart 3688 [ previous update 417/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
33 598N., 78 014W.
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561(T)/12 NORWAY - West Coast - Outer Approaches to Bergen - Bjrnafjorden - Measuring instruments.
Buoyage.
Source: Norwegian Notice 1/41534(T)/12
1. Measuring equipment marked by yellow light-buoys exist in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
2. They are expected to remain on location until March 2012.
3. Former Notice 342(T)/12 is cancelled.
Chart affected - 3553
560(T)/12 POLAND - awica Supska (Stolpe Bank) Northwards - Measuring instruments.
Buoyage.
Source: Polish Notice 1/5(T)/2012
1. Measuring instruments have been established, 15 metres below the surface, within an area bounded by the following
positions:
2. Mariners are requested not to navigate in the vicinity.
Charts affected - 2150 - 2360 - 2369
60 0730N., 5 2296E.
60 0616N., 5 2345E.
60 0541N., 5 2375E.
Position (WGS84 Datum) Remarks
55 1182N., 16 3832E. Yellow conical buoy
55 1197N., 16 3864E. Yellow conical buoy
55 1182N., 16 3899E. Yellow conical buoy with radar reflector
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580(P)/12 GIBRALTAR - Gibraltar Bay and Europa Point Eastwards - Depths. Wrecks. Works. Coastline.
Lights. Maritime limit. Submarine cables.
Source: UKHO, British Government Surveys, Gibraltar Port Authority & Spanish Notice 12/95/11
1. There are major harbour developments taking place throughout Gibraltar Harbour.
2. Numerous changes to depths exist within the harbour. The most significant depths are as follows:
3. Wrecks exist in the following positions:
4. Works to the North Mole have been completed.
5. Works are in progress south-westwards and north-westwards of Europort.
6. The works in progress at Gunwharf Basin (36 0797N., 5 2132W.) have now been completed. The area has a new pier,
lights and changes to depths.
7. Construction of the new dock at Crinavis (36 1025N., 5 2280W.) has now been completed.
8. The new La Alcaidesa Marina (36 0950N., 5 2150W.) has now been completed. The marina has new lights, jetties and
changes to coastline.
9. The limits of Admiralty Waters have changed; for further details refer to Admiralty Sailing Directions.
10. The cable area in the vicinity of position 36 0650N., 5 2145W. no longer exists; the cables have been removed.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
11. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
12. These and other updates will be included in the next New Editions of Charts 45 and 144.
13. Former Notices 262(T)/10 and 6113(T)/10 are cancelled.
Charts affected - 45 - 144
581(T)/12 INDIA - East Coast - Kalingapatnam South-westwards - Data buoy.
Source: Navarea VIII 697/10
1. An orange data light-buoy, FI.Y.20s, has been established in position 18 0400N., 83 4633E . (WGS84 Datum).
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution and to keep at least 500m from the light-buoy.
3. Former Notice 5237(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 319 (INT 7408) - 320 (INT 7413)
97m 36 08309N., 5 21736W.
116m 36 08052N., 5 21655W.
North Mole Head
15m 36 08951N., 5 21924W.
58m 36 08938N., 5 21946W.
47m 36 08926N., 5 21945W.
38m 36 08913N., 5 21939W.
Cruise Terminal Jetty
92m 36 08751N., 5 21962W.
South Mole
34m 36 07862N., 5 21720W.
32m 36 07855N., 5 21713W.
37m 36 07844N., 5 21702W.
Gunwharf Basin
52m 36 08002N., 5 21368W.
5m 36 07981N., 5 21359W.
31m 36 08000N., 5 21305W.
46m 36 07996N., 5 21323W.
17m 36 07937N., 5 21275W.
63m 36 07914N., 5 21337W.
10m 36 08533N., 5 21868W.
12m 36 08246N., 5 21799W.
112m 36 07956N., 5 21523W.
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529(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- East Coast - Miyako Ko to Onahama Ko - Lights.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5037(T)/12
1. The following lights have been destroyed:
2. The following lights have been extinguished:
3. Correct as of 1800 on 09 January 2012
* Indicates new or revised entry.
4. Former Notice 4809(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - JP 53 - JP 54 - JP 1097 - JP 1098
530(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Chiba Ko - Chiba Ku - Section 1 - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5038(T)/12
1. Depths of 05m to 2m less than charted exist on and in the vicinity of a line joining the following positions:
2. Depths of 1m less than charted exist in the vicinity of position 35 35 32"N., 140 06 53"E.
3. Depths of 15m to 2m less than charted exist in the vicinity of position 35 35 35"N., 140 06 53"E.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
Chart affected - JP 1086
531(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- Tokyo Wan - Keihin Ko - Yokohama Ku - Tsurumi Kawa - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5039(T)/12
1. Depths of 15m less than charted exist in the vicinity of position 35 29 29"N., 139 40 46"E. (WGS84 Datum).
Chart affected - JP 66
532(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Atsumi Wan - Mikawa Ko - Jinno West Wharf Westwards -
Obstruction.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5040(T)/12
1. An obstruction, projecting about 06m above the seabed, exists in position 34 44 143"N., 137 18 153"E. (WGS84
Datum).
Charts affected - JP 1057A - JP 1057B
Designation Position (WGS84 Datum) Chart(s) Affected
Taro Ko East Breakwater Light 39 439N., 141 586E. JP53, JP54
Miyako Ko Takahama Breakwater Light 39 361N., 141 573E. JP53, JP54
*Ishinomaki Gyoko Leading Light (Front) 38 249N., 141 208E. JP54, JP1098
Soma Ko Matsukawaura Kakoitei Light 37 494N., 140 584E. JP1098
Nakanosaku Ko Funadamari East
Breakwater Light
36 576N., 140 571E. JP1097, JP1098
Koyadori Ko South Breakwater Light 39 255N., 142 008E. JP54
Rikuzen Nagasaki Ko Breakwater Light 38 512N., 141 376E. JP54
Banshone Spotlighting Light 38 531N., 141 372E. JP54
*Ishinomaki Gyoko Leading Light (Rear) 38 249N., 141 208E. JP54, JP1098
35 35 43"N., 140 06 59"E.
35 35 35"N., 140 06 58"E.
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533(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Mikawa Ko - Jinno West Wharf Westwards - Works.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5041(T)/12
1. Dredging works are in progress, until 15 March 2012, within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Charts affected - JP 1057A - JP 1057B
538(T)/12 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Awaji Shima - Tsuna Ko - Depth.
Source: Japanese Notice 3/5042(T)/12
1. A depth of 20m exists in position 34 26 467"N., 134 55 243"E. (WGS84 Datum).
Chart affected - JP 131
582(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - New South Wales - Port Jackson - Sydney Harbour - Shark Island - Wreck.
Source: Australian Notice 1/46(T)/12
1. A wreck, least depth 8m, exists in position 33 5127S., 151 1549E. (WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - Aus 200 - Aus 201
34 44 15"N., 137 18 11"E.
34 44 06"N., 137 18 05"E.
34 44 07"N., 137 18 01"E.
34 44 14"N., 137 18 06"E.
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583(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - New South Wales - Newcastle - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/47(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 21 December 2011:
2.
*Indicates new or revised entry.
3. Former Notice 131(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 207 - Aus 208
Berth Metres
Western Basin 3 113
Western Basin 4 113
Eastern Basin 1 113
Eastern Basin 2 North of Ch 450 116
*Eastern Basin 2 South of Ch 450 112
Channel Berth 83
Dyke 1 125
*Dyke 2 123
Dyke 4 165
Dyke 5 165
Dyke 6 63
Mayfield 4 Ch 27 to 266 122
BHP Wharf 6 to Ch 1050 73
*Kooragang 2 113
*Kooragang 2 North Dolphin Ch 182 to 228 112
*Kooragang 2 South Dolphin Ch -92 to 00 112
*Kooragang 3 128
*Kooragang 4 165
*Kooragang 5 165
*Kooragang 6 157
*Kooragang 7 161
Kooragang 8 165
*Kooragang 9 163
Kooragang Ship Receival KSR 75
Throsby 1 84
Carrington Wharf To be sounded as and when required.
Foreshore Park Berth 59
Elgo Wharf To be sounded as and when required.
Channels Metres
Entrance Approach 177
Entrance Channel (180m) 180
Entrance Channel (174m) 174
Entrance Channel (168m) 168
Entrance Channel (162m) 162
Entrance Channel to Horseshoe 152
Horseshoe 150
Steelworks Channel to Swinging Basin 150
Swinging Basin 150
*Hunter River South Arm (Kooragang 6 to buoy 16) 152
*Hunter River South Arm (buoy 16 to buoy 18) 149
Basin Cutting 128
Basin Area to Eastern & Western Basin Berths 123
*Basin Area to 1 Throsby 94
Stockton Crossing 36
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584(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/48(T)/12
1. Available depths and under keel clearances (UKC) at 22 December 2011:
2.
Berth Metres Remarks
Fisherman Islands No 10 139
Fisherman Islands No 9 139
Fisherman Islands No 8 140
Fisherman Islands No 7 140
Fisherman Islands No 6 141
Fisherman Islands No 5 140
Fisherman Islands No 4 139
Fisherman Islands No 3 140
Fisherman Islands No 2 140
Fisherman Islands No 1 139
Fisherman Islands Grain and Woodchip 132
Caltex Fisherman Islands 146
Fisherman Islands Coal 140
Fisherman Islands General Purpose 115
BP Luggage Point 140
Caltex Products 98
Cement Australia Co Wharf 98
BP Products 108
Shell 109
Pacific Terminals 108
Incitec North 100
Incitec South 100
Pinkenba 1 104
Pinkenba 2 104
Riverside Marina -
Sugar Terminal 97
Cairncross Fitting Out Wharf 80
Cairncross Breasting Wharf 63
Brisbane Naval Wharf -
Maritime No 3 56 (not maintained)
Maritime No 2 86
Maritime No 1 91
Hamilton No 4 100
Hamilton No 1 89
Brisbane Cruise Ship Terminal 89
Moreton Bay: Metres UKC/Remarks
North East Channel 55 15
*North West Channel 150 23 (280m width)
North West Bypass Channel 92 16
Spitfire Channel 150 15 (600m width)
East Knoll Bypass Channel 69 14
East Channel 150 15 (300m width from western side)
Main Channel (M8-M9) 100 18
Entrance Channel (E5-EBCN) 147 15
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3.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
4. Former Notice 213(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 235 - Aus 236 - Aus 237 - Aus 238 - Aus 814 - Aus 815
585(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Brisbane River - Town Reach - Obstruction. Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/49(T)/12
1. An obstruction marked by a special light-buoy, Fl.Y.25s, exists in position 27 2784S., 153 0211E. (WGS84 Datum).
2. Former Notice 909(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 238
586(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Mooloolaba - Depths.
Source: Australian Notice 1/52(T)/12
1. Shoaling with a least depth of 21m exists within the entrance channel to Mooloolah River (26 4075S., 153 0791E.).
2. Deeper water, least depth 31m, exists north-west of the western breakwater in the vicinity of position
26 4078S., 153 0791E.
3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
4. Former Notice 215(T)/12 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 235
587(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Abbot Bay - Clark Shoal - Light-beacon. Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/56(T)/12
1. Until 30 June 2012, the east cardinal light-beacon, Q(3)10s (19 5111S., 148 0389E. (WGS84 Datum)), is unlit; a
special light-buoy, Fl.Y.3s, exists in situ.
Charts affected - Aus 255 - Aus 826
584(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depth information. (continued)
Brisbane River: Metres UKC/Remarks
Entrance Beacons and Bar Cutting 140 146
*Fisherman Islands Swing Basin 132 13
Pelican Banks Reach to Hamilton Reach 90 06/09 (draft/tide)
Cement Australia Swing Basin 90 06/09 (draft/tide)
Pinkenba Swing Basin 90 06/09 (draft/tide)
Hamilton Swing Basin 90 06/09 (draft/tide)
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588(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Townsville - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/57(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 5 January 2012:
* Indicates new or revised entry.
2. Former Notice 5802(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 256 - Aus 257
589(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Torres Strait - Adolphus Channel to Gannet Passage - Automatic
Identification System.
Source: Australian Notice 1/58(T)/12
1. AIS units have been established as follows:
*Indicates new or revised entry.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
2. Former Notice 216(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 292 - Aus 293 - Aus 296 - Aus 299 - Aus 376 - Aus 700 - Aus 839
Metres Remarks
Sea Channel 117
*Platypus Channel 117
Outer Harbour:
Arrival Channel 70
*Departure Channel 109
Inner Harbour:
Harbour 115
Berths:
*No 1 112
*No 2 113
No 3 118
*No 4 105
* 95 Arrival to departure from 0 mark
* 101 Arrival to departure from 10 mark
* 105 Arrival to departure from 20 mark
*No 7 105
Between No 7 and No 8 98 Seaward of 0 mark at No 7
*No 8 90
*No 9 114
*Between No 9 and No 10 102 Seaward of 0 mark at No 10
*No 10 92 From 10 mark to seaward dolphin
* 92 From Ro-Ro ramp to 10 mark
*No 11 113
Ross River Channel - No declared depth
Ross River - No declared depth
Ross Creek - No declared depth
MMSI Position Type Remarks
995031033 10 2843S., 142 2261E. Real Alert Patches north cardinal light-buoy
995031038 10 2977S., 142 2708E. Synthetic East Strait Island rear light
995031022 10 3016S., 142 2151E. Real Herald Patches starboard-hand light-buoy
995031023 10 3391S., 142 0913E. Real Goods Island rear light
*995031039 10 3549S., 141 5241E. Synthetic Gannet Passage south cardinal light-buoy
995036032 10 4020S., 142 3780E. Virtual Quetta Rock
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590(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Thursday Island - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/59(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 2 January 2012:
Charts affected - Aus 293 - Aus 299
591(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Weipa - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/60(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 3 January 2012:
2. Former Notice 698(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 4
592(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Weipa - Mission River - Mooring buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/61(T)/12
1. Until 31 May 2012, a lit white mooring buoy, Q, exists in position 12 3620S., 141 5189E. (WGS84 Datum).
Chart affected - Aus 4
Metres
Hovell Bar 32
Main Wharf 31 (41m alongside wharf)
Caltex Wharf 41
Engineers Wharf 35
Boat Channel 46
Inner Harbour 48
Metres
Weipa Approaches 111
South Channel 111
Departure Channel 111
Cora Bank South Channel 73
Humbug Point Approaches 86
Humbug Point Berth 95
Evans Landing 96
Lorim Point East 123
Lorim Point West 123
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593(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Northern Territory - Darwin - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/62(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 21 December 2011:
* Indicates new or revised entry.
2. Former Notice 1124(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 24 - Aus 27 - Aus 28
594(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Thevenard Island - Scientific instruments.
Source: Australian Notice 1/69(T)/12
1. Until 30 November 2012, scientific instruments marked by special light-buoys, Fl(5)Y.20s, exist in the following positions:
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
2. Former Notice 218(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 64 - Aus 328 - Aus 743
Berths: Metres:
*DLNG 131 (117 in Turning Basin)
*LNG 1-2 105
*East Arm 0-100m 114
East Arm 100-200m 124
*East Arm 200-300m 125
*East Arm 300-400m 129
East Arm 400-500m 128
East Arm 500-600m 134
East Arm 600-700m 118
Bulk Solids Wharf 124
Bulk Liquids Wharf 114
*No 2 Fort Hill East 106
*No 2 Fort Hill West 102
No 3 Stokes Hill East 47
*No 3 Stokes Hill West 49
*No 4 Stokes Hill East 17
*No 4 Stokes Hill Middle 08
*No 4 Stokes Hill West 32
Fishermans Wharf East 21
Fishermans Wharf West 07
*Perkins International -07
*Perkins Domestic North -09
*Perkins Domestic South -17
*Frances Bay Marina approach
channel
-09
21 2208S., 114 5093E.
21 2841S., 115 0841E.
21 2843S., 115 0851E.
21 3175S., 115 0182E.
21 3500S., 115 0128E.
21 3929S., 115 0009E.
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595(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Wallaroo - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 1/71(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 24 August 2010:
*Indicates new or revised entry.
2. Former Notice 1062(T)/09 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 133
596(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Tasmania - Second Lookout Point - Scientific instruments. Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/73(T)/12
1. Until 19 December 2012, a special light-buoy, Iso.Y.2s, exists in position 43 3605S., 146 5787E. (WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - Aus 173 - Aus 795
597(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Port Phillip - South Channel - Scientific instruments. Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/76(T)/12
1. Special light-buoys, Fl.Y.2s, exist in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Charts affected - Aus 143 - Aus 158
598(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Port Phillip - Corio Bay - Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/79(T)/12
1. Until 31 March 2012, a special conical light-buoy, Fl.Y.5s, exists in position 38 0623S., 144 2276E. (WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - Aus 153 - Aus 157
599(T)/12 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Tasman Sea - Tasman Basin - Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 1/84(T)/12
1. The light-buoy, Fl.Y.2s, (44 512S., 161 437E.) is drifting and is currently in position 44 4187S., 161 2279E.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
Chart affected - 4601 (INT 601)
Metres Remarks
*No 1 South Berth 87 Berth pocket is 313m x 36m and is 84m in from outer edge of wharf.
*No 2 North Berth 87 Berth pocket is 246m x 36m and is 20m in from outer edge of wharf.
38 2015S., 144 5278E.
38 2012S., 144 5454E.
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579(P)/12 WEST INDIES - Bahamas - Freeport Roads - Freeport Harbour - Depths. Obstructions. Port
developments. Leading lights. Leading line.
Source: Freeport Harbour Authority
1. * There are numerous changes to existing charted detail within Freeport Harbour and its approaches.
2. * Depths less than charted exist. The most significant are as follows:
a) West side of approach channel.
b) Inner Harbour
3. * Obstructions in positions 26 31577N., 78 46493W. and 26 31413N., 78 45912W. no longer exist.
4. * Depth 96m in position 26 31769N., 78 45523W. no longer exists.
5. * A floating dock, approximately 286m in length, has been established, centred on position 26 31815N., 78 45413W.
6. The spit of land centred on position 26 3180N., 78 4573W. has been removed.
7. * There have been significant changes to coastline North of the Outer Harbour Turning Basin and along the East side of
Basin No 3.
8. * New depth 91m exists in position 26 31519N., 78 46374W.
9. * New leading lights and leading line, (2147) have been established at the North end of Basin No 3. Details of the leading
lights are as follows:
The existing lights and the associated leading line in positions 26 3167N., 78 4633W. and 26 3152N., 78 4640W.
have been discontinued.
10. The channel marks at the entrance to the Outer Harbour have been changed.
11. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area, and consult the port authority for the latest information.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
12. These changes will be included in the next New Edition of Chart 398.
13. Former Notice 1726(P)/11 is cancelled.
Chart affected - 398
28m 26 31058N., 78 46668W.
21m 26 31135N., 78 46634W.
48m 26 31225N., 78 46599W.
33m 26 31319N., 78 46585W.
42m 26 31365N., 78 46597W.
109m 26 31901N., 78 45306W.
117m 26 32228N., 78 45336W.
Description Characteristic Position
Front F.49m11M 26 31911N., 78 46237W.
Rear F.81m11M 26 32493N., 78 45979W.
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On Chart 3688
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
CAPE FEAR RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS REPORT OF DEC 2011 AND SURVEYS TO DEC 2011
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(STAT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 3 37.5 39.9 39.8 39.4 9-11 500-900 5.7 44
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 2 41.0 41.7 34.9 24.4 11-11 900 0.8 44
BALDHEAD SHOAL REACH 1 38.4 39.9 21.9 4.1 11-11 700 0.9 44
SMITH ISLAND 8.5 31.6 41.6 42.6 11-11 650 0.9 44
BALDHEAD CASWELL 36.1 44.9 45.7 44.1 11-11 500 0.4 44
SOUTHPORT 43.8 45.2 37.9 34.0 11-11 500 1.0 44
BATTERY ISLAND 43.2 45.6 45.2 31.3 12-11 500 0.5 44
LOWER SWASH 38.2 42.9 42.9 41.5 12-11 400 1.8 42
SNOWS MARSH 38.2 41.4 40.6 39.0 9-11 400 2.9 42
HORSESHOE SHOAL 38.1 41.7 41.9 38.8 9-11 400 1.2 42
REAVES POINT 36.3 39.7 41.9 39.4 9-11 400 1.2 42
LOWER MIDNIGHT 37.1 42.4 42.8 38.5 9-11 600 1.6 42
UPPER MIDNIGHT 35.0 41.4 41.0 33.2 9-11 600 2.6 42
LOWER LILLIPUT 30.8 41.4 40.2 30.4 9-11 600 2.1 42
UPPER LILLIPUT 32.4 41.6 41.7 38.2 12-11 400 1.9 42
KEG ISLAND 31.5 42.2 42.8 34.9 12-11 400 1.5 42
LOWER BIG ISLAND 30.6 41.2 43.5 31.3 12-11 400 0.8 42
UPPER BIG ISLAND 40.4 42.6 43.1 37.1 10-11 510-700 0.5 42
LOWER BRUNSWICK 35.1 43.8 43.4 39.7 10-11 400 1.6 42
UPPER BRUNSWICK 34.6 44.1 41.9 35.5 9-11 400 0.8 42
FOURTH EAST JETTY 39.0 43.0 42.9 38.5 10-11 500 1.7 42
BETWEEN CHANNEL 36.0 42.6 42.7 41.1 12-11 550 0.5 42
LOWER ANCHORAGE BASIN 28.0 35.1 33.4 29.1 10-11 550-1200 0.75 42
UPPER ANCHORAGE BASIN 33.3 36.5 36.1 34.6 8-11 450-940 0.75 38
HWY 74-76 TO BATTLESHIP (A) 25.0 32.2 35.6 28.4 10-11 400 0.6 32
BATTLESHIP TO HWY 133 INCLUDING
TURNING BASIN (A)

12.6

28.2

30.5

16.0

12-11

190-850

0.9

32
HWY 133 TO HILTON BRIDGE (A) 28.5 31.4 31.9 29.2 10-11 200-400 0.5 32
THENCE TO TURNING BASIN AT
341621N 775704W (A)

21.0

20.8

19.1

17.1

10-11

200

1.0

25
TURNING BASIN (A) 18.5 19.4 10.3 8.4 10-11 700 0.1 25
THENCE TO END OF PROJECT AT
341635N 775702W (A)

8.1

7.5

7.9

8.0

10-11

500

0.1

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

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 626/12
On Chart 3841
To accompany Notice to Mariners 627/2012
On Chart 1088
CHARTS 1089 AND 2248: POSITIONS
To agree with the adjoining chart 1089 and the
smaller scale chart 2248, which are referred
to WGS84 Datum, positions read from chart
1088 must be adjusted by 001 minutes
NORTHWARD and 019 minutes
WESTWARD.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 627/2012
On Chart 2264
CHARTS 1089, 1090, 2248, 2393 AND 2395:
POSITIONS
Positions on chart 2264 differ from those on
charts 1089, 1090, 2248, 2393 and 2395 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 627/2012
On Chart 2425
CHART 1218: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 2425 differ from those on
chart 1218 by varying amounts; positions
should be transferred by bearing and distance
from common charted objects, not by latitude
and longitude.
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
HORN ISLAND PASS PASCAGOULA HARBOR AND BAYOU CASOTTE
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2011 AND SURVEYS TO OCT 2011
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
MIDDLE
HALF OF
CHANNEL
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL 39.6 43.5 41.2 6-11 450 6.28 44.0
HORN ISLAND PASS 43.2A 42.8 42.4 9-11 600 1.4 44.0
PASCAGOULA LOWER SOUND 37.4B 42.0 39.9C 9-11 350 4.3 42.0
PASCAGOULA UPPER SOUND 38.0 38.0 38.0 9-11 350 4.63 38.0
PASCAGOULA RIVER 38.0D 38.0E 38.0F 9-11 350G 2.021 38.0
BAYOU CASOTTE 37.8 41.1H 36.8I 10-11 350 4.57 42.0
A. SHOALING TO 41.4 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.
B. SHOALING TO 35.0 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.
C. SHOALING TO 37.6 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.
D. SHOALING TO 24.1 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
E. SHOALING TO 19.5 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
F. SHOALING TO 27.4 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.
G. PASCAGOULA RIVER PROJECT WIDTH VARIES AT SOUTH END OF TERMINAL C TO CSX RAILROAD.
H. SHOALING TO 38.0 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.
I. SHOALING TO 36.2 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 627/2012
On Chart 2579
CHART 1220: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 2579 differ from those on
chart 1220 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 627/2012
On Chart 3866
CHART 1218: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3866 differ from those on
chart 1218 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 627/2012
On Chart 3867
CHARTS 1218 AND 1220: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3867 differ from those on
charts 1218 and 1220 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 534/12
On Chart 2623
TRAFFIC CROSSING
(185502N 725210E)
Mariners are warned that vessels, including
those entering and leaving Naval Dockyard
and Indira Dock, are likely to cross the main
Mumbai approach channel.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12
On Chart 2624
TRAFFIC CROSSING (A & B)
A. (185505N 725210E) Mariners are
warned that vessels, including those entering
and leaving Naval Dockyard and Indira Dock,
are likely to cross the main Mumbai approach
channel.
B. (185638N 725407E) Vessels using the
maintained channel are likely to encounter
traffic crossing to and from the oil terminal.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12
On Chart 2630
TRAFFIC CROSSING
(185638N 725407E)
Vessels using the maintained channel are
likely to encounter traffic crossing to and from
the oil terminal.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 510/12. Image Size (mm) 49.5 by 63.7
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 511/12. Image Size (mm) 81.4 by 75.1
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 512/12. Image Size (mm) 66.8 by 62.4
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12. Image Size (mm) 80.7 by 118.9
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12. Image Size (mm) 241.2 by 169.8
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12. Image Size (mm) 72.7 by 70.3
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12. Image Size (mm) 95 by 89.3
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 534/12. Image Size (mm) 157.9 by 205.8
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 535/12. Image Size (mm) 52.3 by 42.2
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 536/12. Image Size (mm) 116.5 by 218.9
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 537/12. Image Size (mm) 38.3 by 55.7
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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
See The Mariners Handbook (2009 Edition). Warnings printed below were all in force at 300500 UTC Jan 12. 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. 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 the UKHO website at: www.ukho.gov.uk/RNW
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.
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Weekly Edition 6, 9 February 2012 (published on the UKHO Website 30 January 2012).
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(1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 6
NAVAREA I warnings in force at 300500 UTC Jan 12:
2008 series: 341.
2010 series: 317.
2011 series: 203 294 303 328 329.
2012 series: 007 008 011 012.

011 Navarea I Warnings in force at 271000 UTC Jan 12. Cancel 009/12.

012 RIGLIST. Correct at 300500 UTC Jan 12.

Southern North Sea: 51 to 55N.
52-54.5N 003-27.4E Noble Byron Welliver
NEW 53-35.5N 001-46.5E Noble Julie Robertson
54-03.1N 004-29.3E Maersk Resolute
54-19.0N 002-37.2E Ensco 80

North Sea: 55 to 60N, East of 5W and the Baltic Sea.
56-12.0N 002-45.9E Ocean Princess
56-22.9N 004-14.2E Maersk Giant
56-38.9N 002-29.5E GSF Galaxy 2
56-42.0N 003-08.6E Maersk Gallant
56-54.9N 002-24.0E Rowan Gorilla 6
57-03.9N 003-02.7E Maersk Guardian
57-09.3N 000-35.4E Sedco 704
57-11.0N 002-13.0E Sedco 711
57-13.4N 001-53.7E Ensco 101
57-36.0N 001-38.6E Ensco 100
57-42.0N 002-27.0W Maersk Resilient
57-45.0N 001-04.9E Rowan Gorilla 7
57-48.4N 001-50.2E Ocean Nomad
57-53.6N 000-40.4W Transocean Prospect
58-22.4N 000-56.4E Noble Ton Van Langeveld
58-25.4N 001-43.4E West Epsilon
58-44.7N 002-38.0E Bredford Dolphin
59-09.8N 001-37.1E Paul B Lloyd Jr




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3.2
Norwegian Sea: 60N to 65N, East of 5W.
60-32.8N 001-43.0E Sedco 714
60-34.0N 002-44.7E COSL Pioneer
NEW Departed North Sea West Phoenix
NEW 60-43.8N 003-39.4E West Venture
60-51.3N 003-26.7E Transocean Leader
60-52.1N 003-33.5E Stena Don
60-54.9N 003-35.2E Songa Trym
60-56.7N 001-33.7E Wilhunter
61-01.9N 003-26.8W Stena Carron
61-05.9N 002-16.6E Deepsea Atlantic
61-08.2N 002-00.9E Songa Dee
61-18.0N 002-21.8E Ocean Vanguard
61-20.3N 003-57.4E Transocean Searcher
61-22.7N 002-06.2E Bideford Dolphin
61-29.8N 001-36.0E Byford Dolphin
NEW 64-48.7N 007-03.4E Transocean Arctic
64-58.1N 006-41.2E Transocean Winner

South and West Coasts of the British Isles.
51-12.1N 008-17.2W GSF Arctic 3

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 010/12.

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[06/12]
AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
NP2 Africa Pilot Volume 2 (2011 Edition)
Angola River Congo to Ponta das Palmeirinhas
PSVM Terminal
202
After Paragraph 7.13 Insert:
PSVM Terminal
General information
7.13a
1 Position and function. The PVSM development is
situated 92 miles W of the River Congo entrance.
The FPSO PSVM (61460S 104390E) serves as
an offloading platform.
Terminal Authority. BP Exploration (Angola)
Limited.
E-mail: AngolaB31PSVMTerm@bp.com
Limiting conditions
7.13b
1 Local weather and sea state. See 7.10.
Arrival information
7.13c
1 Terminal opertions. Mooring operations are
normally conducted during daylight hours only,
between 0600 and 1500.
Notice of ETA required. Notice is to be given on
commencement of passage to terminal and 96, 72,
48, 24 and 4 hours prior to arrival.
Waiting area. A designated waiting area lies N of
the FPSO. This is a circular area of diameter 10 miles
centred on 60750S 103670E.
2 Pilotage is compulsory. Pilots board at position
61090S 104030E.
Tugs. A tug will normally be connected prior to the
export tankers final approach to the FPSO, and will
remain connected to the vessels stern throughout the
loading operation.
Restricted area. It is prohibited to approach within
5 miles of the FPSO without a pilot or Terminal
representative on board.
Due to continuing exploration and construction
activities within the vicinity of the Terminal, vessels
due to offl oad wi l l be advi sed i n pre-arri val
communications of any temporary restricted areas or
areas of high vessel activity.
Terminal
7.13d
1 The FPSO PSVM is situated in a depth of
approximately 2000 m. It is a mounted turret moored
FPSO used as a hub for subsea wells and as an
offloading platform.
Services
7.13e
1 See 7.13.
BP Exploration (Angola) Ltd
(SDD 2012000 012504) [06/12]
NP15 Australia Pilot Volume 3 (2009 Edition)
Australia Queensland Double Island Point
Directions; Wolf Rock
168
After Paragraph 5.40 3 line 8 Insert:
E of Wolf Rock (255461S 1531184E).
Chart Aus 815 [06/12]
NP18 Baltic Pilot Volume 1 (2009 Edition)
Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn
Trekroner Light sector
220
Paragraph 6.149 2-3 Including existing Section IV Notice Week
2/12 Delete
Danish Chart 134
(SDD 2011000 238311) [06/12]
Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn
Kronlbet directional lights
220
Paragraph 6.150 1-2 Replace by:
1 Kronlbet Directional Lights. Two lights (lattice
beacons, 146 m apart) are displayed from Frihavnen
(6.165), between Nordbassinet and Mellembassinet. The
white sectors of these lights (N light 243-246, S light
240-243) are visible together in a lane 60 m width on a
line of bearing (2428) leading through the centre of
Kronlbet. To the N of the track the N light displays a
green sector (241-243), while S of the track a red sector
(243-245) is displayed from the S light.
North light (framework tower, 23 m in height)
(554231N 123601E).
South light (framework tower, 23 m in height) (146 m
farther SW).
2 The track leads from Renden, the N part of Kongedybet
(6.155) which lies between Stubben reclamation work and
N end of Middelgrund, and thence into Kronlbet (6.119),
least width 150 m, passing (positioned from Trekroner
Light):
Danish Notice 2/119/12
(SDD 2012000 012566) [06/12]
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NP22 Bay of Biscay Pilot (2010 Edition)
Spain North coast Aviles Directions; light
280
Paragraph 11.42 Replace by:
1 Entering Canal de Pedro Menndez (433462N
55528W) the white sector (1749-1751) of the direction
light (433351N 55515W) on Muelle Sur leads through
the channel, marked by light buoys (lateral) and a light
beacon (red round tower, 3 m in height) (433429N
55519W) to Drsena de San Agustn.
Spanish Notice 2/7/12
(SDD 2012000 016511) [06/12]
NP32 China Sea Pilot Volume 3 (2011 Edition)
China - Boi Hai - Jinzhou Gang Directions
404
Paragraph 10.237 3-10 Replace by:
3 Tankers of 50 000 dwt or less should follow the
temporary tanker channel (10.233) from the vicinity of
No 3 Anchorage (401496N 1212204E) (10.227),
passing SW of the oilfields (403000N 1212100E),
and E of Dajiulou Jiao (404310N 1210200E)
(10.193).
4 Leading Lights:
Front light (white diamond on white metal framework
tower with red stripes, 33 m in height)
(404430N 1210306E).
Rear light (white diamond on white metal framework
tower with red stripes, 55 m in height) (9 cables
from front).
5 From a position E of Juhua Dao (402941N
1204924E) the alignment (352) of these lights leads
to a position between Jinzhougang Nos 1 and 2 Light
Buoys (lateral) (404354N 1210320E).
6 Other vessels continue N passing:
E of a platform(lit) (402262N 1212376E); a well,
depth 12 m, lies about 1 miles N, marked by a
light buoy (special), thence:
E of the oilfields with lit production platforms and
submerged wells, least depth 48 m, (403031N
1212335E).
The track the continues N to the vicinity of
No 2 Anchorage (403296N 1212659N) (10.231).
7 The track then leads WNW through the fairway of
the preferred channel to either anchorage No 1
(10.227) or a position about 5 miles E of Huludao
Gaojiao Light (404287N 1210132E) (10.190).
The track then continues WNW to Jinzhougang Nos
1 and 2 Light Buoys (lateral).
8 Jinzhou Gang Leading Lights:
Front light (circle on white pile) (404873N
1210388E),
Rear light (similar construction) 9 cables from
front.
9 From a position between Jinzhougang Nos 1 and 2
Light Buoys (lateral) (404354N 1210320E), the
alignment (005) of these lights leads through
Jinzhougang Hangdao, a channel marked by light
buoys and light beacons (lateral) towards the harbour
and into the basins, Nos 1 and 2 Basins being
approached directly from the channel.
10 Tanker Jetty Leading Lights:
Front light (white diamond on white metal framework
tower with red stripes, 32 m in height)
(404864N 1210227E).
Rear light (white diamond on white metal framework
tower with red stripes, 42 min height) (2 cables
from front).
11 From a position about 2 cables NNE of No 7 Light
Beacon (404637N 1210346E), the alingnment
(335) of these lights leads NNW for about 1 mile to a
tanker jetty marked at S end and N end, by lights (red
and white GRP towers, 10 m in height).
12 No 5 Basin:
From a position about 1 cables SSE of No 9 Light
Beacon (port hand) (404766N 1210365E), the
alignment (060) of leading lights leads about 7 cables
into the basin:
Front light (white metal pipe) (404792N
1210465E),
Rear light (similar structure) ( cable from front).
13 A new buoyed channel has been established from
the vicinity of Jinzhougang Nos 1 and 2 Light Buoys
(lateral) (404354N 1210320E), leading generally
NW to a position N of the construction work off
Huludao.
Chinese Notices 52/1966-1967/11; ALLFS F3965.61,
F3965.601, F3965.668, F3965.6681
(SDD 2011000 240256) [06/12]
NP37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot
(2011 Edition)
Wales North-west coast Anglesey
Penrhyn Mawr
218
Paragraph 7.60 1 line 6 For (531841N 44198W) Read
(531704N 44119W)
Paragraph 7.61 3 lines 2-3 For (531841N 44198W)
Read (531704N 44119W)
BA Chart 1413 [06/12]
England Solway Firth Silloth Harbour
Maximum draught
313
Paragraph 10.59 1 lines 8-9 Replace by:
...of 74 mat MHWS and 51 mat MHWN. Afigure of 08 m
should be subtracted fromthe height of HW(above the sill)
to obtain the maximum permissible draught. The quay
height is approximately 99 m above sill level.
Associated British Ports Silloth
(SDD 2012000 016644) [06/12]
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NP40 Irish Coast Pilot (2010 Edition)
Ireland South coast Cork Pilot boarding
116
Paragraph 3.352 2 lines 3-8 Replace by:
Pilot boarding. Pilots are available throughout 24 hours,
and should be ordered through Port Operations (3.347)
when reporting ETA. There are three numbered pilot
boarding areas:
No 1 (514350N81500W), 4 miles Sof Roches Point,
for all tankers loaded with crude oil.
No 2 (514510N 81517W), 2miles S of Roches
Point, for all vessels over 130 m LOA, excluding
tankers loaded with crude oil.
No 3 (515083N 81729W), Buoy No 20, Cobh, for
vessels less than 130 m LOA.
Cork Harbour Master
(SDD 2012000 015823) [06/12]
NP43 South and East Coasts of Korea, East
Coast of Siberia and Sea of Okhotsk Pilot (2011
Edition)
Inshore Route - Chima Do to Sori Do -
Approaches to Yja Man and Kamak Yang
Directions; depth
109
Paragraph 2.222 3 line 2 For 6.4 Read 5.7
South Korean Chart 240 [06/12]
NP46 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 2
(2011 Edition)
Italy Sardegna Capo Sferracavallo
Prohibited area
319
Paragraph 10.146 including heading Replace by:
Restricted areas
10.146
1 Entry is prohibited 3 miles E Capo Sferracavallo
within a radius of 600 m centred on 394250N
94540E. The area contains unexploded ordnance.
2 Anchoring and fishing are prohibited in an area
enclosing Isola di Quirra (393150N 93950E) which
extends SE and up to 5 miles offshore. The area
contains unexploded ordnance.
Italian Notice 23.24/11
(SDD 2011000 240239) [06/12]
Italy Sardegna Capo San Lorenzo
Prohibited area
320
Paragraph 10.153 1 Replace by:
1 Entry is prohibited 6 miles NE Capo San Lorenzo
within a radius of 400 m centred on 393378N
94450E. The area contains unexploded ordnance.
2 Vessels are prohibited from entering an area
extending 100 m from the shore of Costa su
Franzesu, in the vicinity of the mouth of Fiume
Fl umendosa (3625 7N 937 7E), wi thi n the
jurisdiction of the town of Villaputzu, 2 miles WNW
of the river mouth, because of the danger of rock
falls.
Italian Notice 23.25/11
(SDD 2011000 240239) [06/12]
NP51 New Zealand Pilot (2010 Edition)
Great Barrier Island East coast
Directions; beacons
212
Paragraph 8.13 1 lines 5-10 Replace by:
ENE of Rakitu Island (Arid Island) (3607S 17530E),
thence:
ENE of Whakatautuna Point (3611S 17530E), which
is surrounded by cliffs and rises to Whakatautuna, a
hill, thence (with positions fromWhakatautuna Point):
Paragraph 8.13 2 lines 6-7 Replace by:
ENE of Oruawharo, a hill, thence:
New Zealand Notice 02/21/12
(SDD 2012000 015949) [06/12]
Auckland Vertical clearance
226
Paragraph 8.82 1 Replace by:
1 Auckland Harbour Bridge is a fixed road bridge
consisting of seven spans on six concrete piers numbered 1
to 6 from Stokes Point. The Bridge has a vertical clearance
of 39m. A daymark (green triangle, white border) is
painted on the E and W faces of No 1 Pier. No craft
should pass between No 1 Pier and Stokes Point.
New Zealand Notice 02/22/12
(SDD 2012000 015949) [06/12]
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NP54 North Sea (West) Pilot (2009 Edition)
England East coast Wisbech Pilotage
204
Paragraph 8.93 1 Replace by:
1 Pilotage is compulsory for all commercial vessels. The
pilot boards in position 525443N 01479E; in bad
weather, the pilot boards S of Holbeach RAF No 4 Light
Buoy (525258N 01308E). See Admiralty List of Radio
Signals Volume 6 (1).
Port of Wisbech Authority
(SDD 2012000 012068) [06/12]
England East coast Lowestoft Pilotage
224
Paragraph 9.106 1 Replace by:
1 Pilotage is compulsory for the following vessels:
All vessels or tows of 60 m LOA or over.
All vessels or tows over 20 mLOAcarrying dangerous or
noxious liquid substances in bulk.
All vessels or tows over 20 m LOA carrying explosives.
All vessels or tows over 30 mLOAcarrying more than 12
passengers.
All vessels of less than 60 m in length, deemed to be a
potential hazard to navigation.
ABP Harbourmaster Lowestoft
(SDD 2012000 014080) [06/12]
NP57A Norway Pilot Volume 2A (2011 Edition)
Gandsfjorden Sandnes Depths
147
Paragraph 4.193 Chart heading Replace by:
Chart 3003
148
Paragraph 4.210 Replace by:
1 The main berthing areas are as follows:
Lurahammaren (585264N 54478E) with two
concretequays operatedby Statoil AS; thelargest
is the NE-most quay with a berthing length of 26 m
and depths from 116 to 131 m alongside.
2 Somanset public industrial quay (585225N
54480E). Consists of a main quay 265 m long with
two dolphins 50 and 100 m S of the quay. There are
depths from 80 to 100 m alongside the main quay.
The quay and dolphins form a line giving a total
berthing length of 375 m for large vessels and other
floating structures.
3 Rappaneset (585164N 54485E). There are
three quays in the vicinity of Rappaneset; the deepest
and longest is the S-most with an E face 64 m long
and depths from 50 to 78 m alongside.
4 Public quays (585130N 54463E) are situated on
the W side of Vgen, this berthing area consists of a
pier, at its N end, and two concrete quays. The SE
side of the pier is 148 m long, with depths from 60 to
68 m alongside. South of the pier the largest quay is
314 m long, with depths from 59 to 80 m alongside.
149
Delete (Sandnes 4.210) port plan
Norwegian Notice 10/35679/11 and ENC NO6D0711
(SDD 2011000 101160) [06/12]
Hauglandsosen Horsy Lights
353
Paragraph 10.87 4 lines 6-8 Delete
Paragraph 10.87 5 lines 1-2 Delete
Norwegian Notice 01/41514/12
(SDD 2012000 011429) [06/12]
Brandangersundet Slovgen Depths
415
Paragraph 11.68 2 line 6 For 49 to 57 Read 27 to 55
Paragraph 11.68 2 line 9 Replace by:
...with a depth of 61 m alongside.
Norwegian Notice 08/35014/11
(SDD 2011000 082181) [06/12]
Askrova Valvikevgen Light
489
Paragraph 12.243 2 line 2 Replace by:
Nesodden...
Norwegian Notice 01/41517/12
(SDD 2012000 011429) [06/12]
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Skorpa Vassya Depth
521
Paragraph 13.33 6 line 8 For 54 Read 46
Norwegian Notice 08/35116/11
(SDD 2011000 082181) [06/12]
Frya Oldersundet Depth
537
After Paragraph 13.129 7 line 3 Insert:
W of a rock (614623N 45403E), with a depth of
42 m, thence;
Norwegian Notice 09/35256/11
(SDD 2011000 103081) [06/12]
NP72 Southern Barents Sea and Beloye More Pilot
(2010 Edition)
Barents Sea NE of Kolskiy Zaliv submerged
mooring buoys
67
Paragraph 2.7 1 lines 4-5 Replace by:
Across Skolpen Bank (7050N 3600E) (1.86), passing
clear of two submerged mooring buoys above a wreck,
depth more than 20 m, in position 6954N 3511E,
thence:
Russian Notice 218/3/2012
(SDD 2012000 015298) [06/12]
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AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS
Vol A Edition 2011/12. Weekly Edition No. 6, Dated 09 February 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
SOUTH COAST. TORBAY
A02465 - Fairway. Dir Lt 159 50 2383 N
3 3056 W
Dir Iso WRG
5s
4 6 Lantern box on metal
column
3
Iso G145-157(12).
Iso W157-161(4).
Iso R161-173(12).
Unreliable; Shown as FWRG,
G150-157(7) W157-161(4)
R161-176(15) (T) 2012
*
EAST COAST
A2308 - Great Yarmouth. Haven.
Gorleston. North Pier. Head
52 3438 N
1 4438 E
Q G 8 6 Green metal column
with ladder
7
Vis 258-356(98)
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
RIVER MAAS. ROTTERDAMSCHE WATERWEG (NIEUWE WATERWEG)
B065537 - No 13 51 5651 N
4 1125 E
LFl G 8s 5 . . % on green post fl 3.
TE; replaced by light buoy, LFl G
8s, No 13, close NE (T) 2012
* *
OSTFRIESLAND
B1054
DE, 3, 20400
- Norderney 53 4254 N
7 1379 E
Fl(3)W 12s 59 23 Red 8-sided brick
tower
54
(fl 02, ec 28) x 2, fl 02, ec 58.
Vis 280-067(147).
Faint 067-077(10).
Vis 077-270(193).
Faint 270-280(10)
*
RYFYLKEFJORDANE
B33225
NO, , 113702
- Langholmen 59 0722 N
5 4887 E
F R . . 1 Post Floodlit. Withdrawn (T) 2012
*
RVR
B35628
NO, , 132302
- Bjrkevr. Melerane 59 2533 N
5 0731 E
VQ R . . . . . . Withdrawn (T) 2012
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
RANDERS FJORD
C01902
DK, , 1670
- Udbyhj. E Mole. Head 56 3662 N
10 1840 E
Fl G 3s 5 3 Galvanised steel mast
2
* * * * * *
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Vol C Edition 2011/12 continued.
C01903
DK, , 1671
- Udbyhj. W Mole. Head 56 3660 N
10 1836 E
Fl R 3s 5 2 Galvanised steel mast
2
* * * * * *
SJLLAND. HESSEL BUGT. SJLLAND ODDE
C1470
DK, , 1041
- Odden Havn. N Mole. Head 55 5833 N
11 2232 E
Oc WRG 5s 10 W 7
R 4
G 4
Green framework
tower
7
ec 1.
W147-270(123), R270-280(10),
G280-147(227)
* * * * * * * *
KADETRENDEN. RDSAND. RDSAND S WIND FARM
C2186757
DK, , 5796A
- A1 54 3418 N
11 4004 E
Fl(3)Y 10s 7 5 Wind turbine (fl 1, ec 1) x 2, fl 1, ec 5
*
BORNHOLM ISLAND. RNNE
C24905
DK, , 6212
- Nrreks. Outer
Breakwater. Head
55 0639 N
14 4166 E
Fl G 3s 6 2 Galvanised post
3
* * * * * * * *
BORNHOLM ISLAND
C2532
DK, , 6098
- Svaneke. 213m SSW of
C2534
55 0804 N
15 0873 E
Iso WRG 4s 6 5 Green house
4
G2035-213(95), W213-222(9),
R222-227(5).
See C2538
*
C2534
DK, , 6094
- Svaneke Havn. Breakwater.
Outer end
55 0814 N
15 0881 E
Fl G 3s 7 . . Green column
5
See C2532
*
C2538 Remove from list; deleted
C25381 Remove from list; deleted
ZATOKA POMORSKA. WINOUJCIE TO SZCZECIN. ODRA RIVER. ROZTOKA ODRZASKA
C2747
PL, 521, 08921
PL, 521, 09201
- Ina. N Ldg Lts 1326.
Common rear
53 3198 N
14 3861 E
Oc W 8s 26 5 Orange and white
tower, orange dome
and gallery
ec 3.
Vis 1286-1366(8).
Front C27469
- - S Ldg Lts 018. Common
rear
. . Oc W 8s 26 5 . . Vis 014-022(8).
Front C27471
*
LUZHSKAYA GUBA
C3982 Remove from list; deleted
VYBORGSKIY ZALIV. OSTROV MALYY FISKAR
C5488
RU, 2201, 1186
- Malyy Fiskar 60 2869 N
28 0590 E
Fl WRG 5s 17 W 6
R 3
G 2
Red and white
4-sided framework
tower
14
fl 1.
G240-255(15), W255-257(2),
R257-278(21), G278-350(72),
W350-068(78), R068-093(25)
*
VYBORGSKIY ZALIV. APPROACHES TO VYBORG
C5536
RU, 2201, 865
- Ldg Lts 0613. Front.
Ukazatel'nyy
60 4105 N
28 4145 E
Fl WRG 15s 6 W 3
R 2
G 1
White round
structure, on white
square base, red
stripe
5
fl 05.
W050-063(13), R063-090(27),
G166-210(44), W210-215(5),
R215-221(6).
TE; Fl WR 1.5s 3/2M,
W23000-24300(13),
R24300-27000(27) in situ (T)
2012
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
WEST COAST. RAZ DE SEIN
D0870
FR, LA, 51150
- La Vieille 48 0244 N
4 4539 W
Oc(2+1)WRG
12s
33 W18
R13
G14
Grey tower, black top
27
ec 1, lt 1, (ec 1, lt 4) x 2.
W290-298(8), R298-325(27),
W325-355(30), G355-017(22),
W017-035(18), G035-105(70),
W105-123(18), R123-158(35),
W158-205(47)
- - . . Horn(2+1) 60s . . . . . . bl 2, si 3, bl 5, si 23, bl 2, si 25.
TD 2012
*
NORTH-WEST COAST. RA DE EL FERROL. PUERTO DE FERROL
D169896
ES, I, 03430
- Drsena No 2. Wharf. Head 43 2829 N
8 1397 W
Fl(2+1)G 12s 7 3 Green truncated
conical tower, red
band
5
fl 05, ec 15, (fl 05, ec 45) x 2
*
SOUTH COAST. RIA FORMOSA. CANAL DE OLHO
D2219
PT, I, 540
- Ponte-Cais. Pier. Head 36 5977 N
7 5056 W
Oc G 4s 6 5 Green post ec 1.
TE 2011
*
ILHA DE SANTA MARIA
D26322
PT, I, 678
- Espigo 36 5895 N
25 0288 W
Fl W 6s 206 12 White round column,
red bands
6
fl 1.
Range reduced (T) 2012
*
D26347
PT, I, 685
- Vila do Porto. Naval Club 36 5680 N
25 0886 W
Fl(2)WRG 8s 24 10 Post
7
fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 6.
G346-351(5), W351-354(3),
R354-359(5).
TE 2012
- - - . . By day . . 1
* *
ILHA DE SO NICOLAU
D2938 Remove from list; deleted
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
PUERTO DE MLAGA
E00645
ES, II, 21542
- Marina. Breakwater. NE
arm. Head
36 4254 N
4 2469 W
Q R 1s 12 3 Red round tower
2
Sync with E00643
*
DUGI OTOK
E31325
HR, , 3668
- Rt uka 43 5378 N
15 1354 E
Fl R 5s 9 3 Red tower
6
fl 05.
Vis 180-028(208)
*
DUBROVNIK. LUKA GRU
E36015
HR, , 7262
- Rijeka Dubrovaka.
Entrance
42 4004 N
18 0486 E
Fl(2)G 5s 6 4 Green tower, column
and gallery
5
fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 3
*
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E3602
HR, , 725
- Harbour. Rt Kantafig 42 3999 N
18 0472 E
Fl W 2s 7 5 White tower, column
and gallery
5
fl 03.
Vis 325-247(282)
* *
JAZRAT A T'IR
E6140 Remove from list; deleted
ASHTART OIL TERMINAL
E7870
TN, , 4780
- 34 1751 N
11 2430 E
Mo(U)W 15s . . 10 Platform 1 on each corner
- . . Horn Mo(U)
30s
- Barge . . Fl R . . 3 Alongside platform
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
PELABUHAN KLANG. SOUTH APPROACHES
F1610 Remove from list; deleted
F16525 Kuala Batu Pahat. Bukit
Segenting
1 4750 N
102 5340 E
Fl(4)W 30s 86 23 White round concrete
tower
14
*
MAIN STRAIT
F16956
ID, , 834
- Karang Banteng (Buffalo
Rock)
(ID)
1 0943 N
103 4883 E
Q W 1s 16 13 ) on yellow beacon,
black top
9
fl 05.
Ra refl. Destroyed (T) 2011
- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 86290.
Destroyed (T) 2011
*
PELABUHAN LOKTUAN
F202582
ID, , 5210
- 0 1040 N
117 3064 E
Fl(2)R 6s . . . . Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
F20267 - Tanjung Pokoayi. E 0 1016 N
117 2989 E
Fl(3)R 6s . . . . Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
PELABUHAN BONTANG
F2028
ID, , 4891
- Bontang. Ldg Lts 308.
Front. 1A
0 0377 N
117 3276 E
Q W 16 9 % on white beacon,
red bands
16
* *
F20281
ID, , 4892
- Bontang. Ldg Lts 308.
Rear. 600m from front. 1B
0 0397 N
117 3251 E
Q W 23 12 + on white beacon
23
* *
F20292 - Bontang. No 22B 0 0533 N
117 3010 E
Fl R 2s . . 4 Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
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F202921 - Bontang. No 23B 0 0526 N
117 2957 E
Fl G 6s . . 4 Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202922 - Bontang. No 24B 0 0517 N
117 2989 E
Fl R 4s . . 4 Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202923 - Bontang. No 25B 0 0515 N
117 2944 E
Fl G 5s . . . . Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202924 - Bontang. No 26B 0 0495 N
117 2960 E
Fl R 6s . . . . Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202925 - Bontang. No 28B 0 0466 N
117 2940 E
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow on yellow
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202926 - Bontang. No 30B 0 0461 N
117 2931 E
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow on yellow
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202927 - Bontang. No 32B 0 0467 N
117 2914 E
Fl Y 2s . . 4 Yellow on yellow
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202928 - Bontang. No 34B 0 0483 N
117 2908 E
Fl Y 2s . . 4 Yellow on beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202929 - Bontang. No 36B 0 0492 N
117 2906 E
Fl G 3s . . 4 Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202968 - Bontang. No 22 0 0548 N
117 2925 E
Fl R 2s . . 4 Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202969 - Bontang. No 24 0 0558 N
117 2913 E
Fl R 2s . . 4 Red & on red beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202975 - Bontang. No 27 0 0592 N
117 2924 E
Fl G 3s . . 4 Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202985 - Bontang. No 29 0 0604 N
117 2900 E
Fl G 3s . . 4 Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F20299 - Bontang. No 30 0 0574 N
117 2875 E
Fl R 2s . . 4 Red & on beacon
* * * * * * * *
F202995 - Bontang. No 31 0 0601 N
117 2885 E
Fl G 3s . . 4 Green % on green
beacon
* * * * * * * *
F20325 - Bontang 0 0486 N
117 2892 E
Lit
* * * * * * * *
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F20335 Remove from list; deleted
PANAY ISLAND
F2288
PH, , 0201
- Westward. Maniguin
Island. N
11 3642 N
121 4108 E
Fl(2)W 10s 58 20 White round masonry
tower
30
* * *
HANGZHOU WAN AND ZHOUSHAN QUNDAO. HANGZHOU WAN
F37168
CN, G102, 2337
- Yuxingnao Dao 30 2083 N
121 5159 E
Fl(2)W 20s 27 15 Black round tower
10
- - Emergency light . . F W . . 8
- - . . Horn(2) 90s
- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 81732
- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 999412383
* * * * * * * *
HANGZHOU WAN AND ZHOUSHAN QUNDAO. ZHOUSHAN QUNDAO. ZHONGJIESHAN LIEDAO
F37198
CN, G102, 237801
- Liangxiongdi Yu 30 1021 N
122 5668 E
Fl W 2s 32 15 White concrete
column
14
- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 81742
- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 999412382
* * * * * * * *
BOHAI WAN. TIANJIN XINGANG
F39115 Remove from list; deleted
F951633 SATU 3 4588 N
112 1556 E
Lit . . . . Platform Other installations, some marked by
lights, exist in this field
* * * * * * * *
F9516332 DUA 3 4912 N
112 1620 E
Lit . . . . Platform
* * * * * * * *
MOC TINH OILFIELD
F95356 - WHP-MT1 7 5595 N
108 4743 E
Mo(U)W 15s . . . . Platform
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
CHESAPEAKE BAY. BALTIMORE HARBOR AND APPROACHES. PATAPSCO RIVER
J2285
US, II, 21110
- Shell Oil Company. Ldg
Lts 237. Front
39 1430 N
76 3370 W
F Y 6 . . Framework tower on
pier
Private
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
K2193 Barwon River. Ldg Lts
2964. Front
38 1709 S
144 2990 E
Fl W 3s 3 1
3
*
PORT PHILLIP. SWAN BAY
K2213 - Jetty. Head 38 1369 S
144 3930 E
Fl W 5s 5 2 Post
*
PORT PHILLIP. PORT MELBOURNE
K2338 - Port Melbourne Channel.
Ldg Lts 0015. Front
37 5053 S
144 5576 E
F Bu 9 8
*
K23381 - Port Melbourne Channel 37 5023 S
144 5577 E
Fl W 5s 24 20 White concrete tower
26
Vis 3595-0035(4)
- - Dir Lt 0015 . . Dir WRG 21 15 . . Iso G 3s 0011-0014(03).
Iso W 3s 0014-0016(02).
Iso R 3s 0016-0019(03).
Shown 24 hours
- - Ldg Lts 0015. Rear . . F Bu 18 8 . . Front K2338
*
MORETON BAY. BRAMBLE BAY
K286744 - Brisbane Airport Floodway.
Entrance. No 4
27 2080 S
153 0671 E
Fl R 3s . . . . Red & on beacon
*
GREAT BARRIER REEF (COASTAL WATERS). PORT OF ABBOT POINT
K30836 - Clark Shoal 19 5112 S
148 0389 E
Q(3)W 10s . . . . * on black beacon,
yellow band
TE; Light buoy Fl Y 3s in situ (T)
2012
*
TORRES STRAIT. PRINCE OF WALES CHANNEL
K32581 - East Strait Island. Ldg Lts
090. Rear. 545m from front
(AU:AMSA)
10 2977 S
142 2708 E
LFl W 10s 25 14 White hexagonal
GRP tower, red
chequers
15
fl 2
- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 995031038.
(T) 2012
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
LGYFJORD
L0169
NO, , 233900
- Roppeskjr 61 1102 N
4 4175 E
Q G 5 . . Post
6
Withdrawn (T) 2012
*
L02717 Remove from list; deleted
HESTMONA
L2266
NO, , 637100
- S side. Store Selsy 66 3357 N
12 5018 E
Oc WRG 6s 7 W10
R 7
G 7
Column
6
R0725-107(345),
W107-111(4), G111-207(96),
W207-211(4), R211-227(16).
Shown 1/8 to 5/5
* * *
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TRNA
L236008
NO, , 663200
- Steinen 66 3303 N
12 1187 E
Fl(2)W 5s 7 4 Tripod Shown 1/8 to 5/5. Damaged (T) 2012
* *
FOTFJORD
L2748
NO, , 727200
- Rognan. Tjellebotn 68 2479 N
16 4043 E
Iso WR 6s 3 W 6
R 5
Cairn
6
W348-075(87),
R075-1515(765),
W1515-191(395),
R191-238(47).
Shown 7/8 to 29/4
* * *
L29672
NO, , 761201
Steinbergben 68 0511 N
13 2744 E
Fl G 3s 9 2 Post Damaged; marked by metal post
(T) 2012
*
VANNSUNDET
L3672
NO, , 886500
- Brennes 70 0216 N
19 3241 E
Fl WRG 5s 6 W 7
R 5
G 5
White lantern on base
7
G171-177(6), W177-213(36),
R213-318(105),
G318-3535(355),
W3535-357(35),
R357-0045(75).
Shown 10/8 to 26/4
*
L3718
NO, , 904000
Lyngstua 69 5853 N
20 1567 E
Fl WRG 5s 28 W 9
R 7
G 6
Framework structure
6
fl 07.
R048-053(5),
W053-2495(1965),
G2495-259(95).
Shown 10/8 to 26/4
* *
LYNGEN
L3736
NO, , 905500
- Spkenes 69 4574 N
20 2760 E
Oc WRG 6s 4 W 9
R 8
G 7
White lantern,
concrete base
4
R3495-352(25),
W352-186(194),
G186-2065(205).
Shown 10/8 to 26/4
* * *
L3742
NO, , 906000
- Kfjord. Mandalsklubben 69 3266 N
20 3526 E
Oc(2)WRG 8s 4 W 6
R 4
G 4
White lantern,
concrete base
4
G133-146(13), W146-151(5),
R151-175(24),
G175-2255(505),
W2255-263(375),
R263-3035(405),
W3035-316(125),
G316-3225(65).
Shown 10/8 to 26/4
* *
L3755
NO, , 907400
- Rotsund 69 4683 N
20 3600 E
Oc WRG 6s 5 W10
R 9
G 9
White lantern
3
G071-0925(215),
W0925-104(115),
R104-231(127),
W231-2335(25),
G2335-238(45).
Shown 10/8 to 26/4
* *
KOL'SKIY ZALIV. GUBA PALA
L6253
RU, 2103, 415
- Palagubskiy 69 1321 N
33 2535 E
Fl WRG 5s 21 W 5
R 3
G 1
Yellow building with
yellow tower
8
fl 05.
R1012-217(1158),
W217-241(24), G241-334(93)
*
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KOL'SKIY ZALIV. MURMANSK
L6359
RU, 2103, 683
- Quay No. 14 68 5905 N
33 0358 E
Al RBu 2s 11 3 Red and blue metal
column
8
* * * * *
CHESHSKAYA GUBA
L7160
RU, 2103, 1275
- Oma 66 5014 N
46 3598 E
Fl W 3s 25 10 Black round structure
on framework
20
fl 05.
Destroyed (T) 2012
*
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Vol M Edition 2011/12. Weekly Edition No. 6, Dated 09 February 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 5, dated 02 February 2012.
INCHEON HANG. APPROACHES
M416745
KR, 410, 35501
- Muuido. Bridge. L1 37 2244 N
126 2634 E
F G 14 6
- - - L2 . . F G 16 6
- - - C1 . . F W 14 6 . . Marks centre
- - - C2 . . F W 16 6 . . Marks centre
- - - R1 . . F R 14 6
- - - R2 . . F R 16 6
- - - P1 ~ P6 . . F Y 3 6
- - - A ~ H . . F Y 5 6
* * * * * * * *
M4298
KR, 410, 255324
Geogeumdo Bridge. N Side.
C3, C4
34 3012 N
127 0772 E
F W 37 6
- - L3, L4 . . F G 37 6
- - R3, R4 . . F R 37 6
* * * * * * * *
M42981
KR, 410, 255324
Geogeumdo Bridge. S Side.
C1, C2
34 2966 N
127 0763 E
F W 24 6
- - L1, L2 . . F G 24 6
- - R1, R2 . . F R 24 6
* * * * * * * *
M4457
KR, 410, 122112
Seorak Hang. Breakwater.
Head
38 0977 N
128 3662 E
Fl R 4s 17 8 Red 8-sided concrete
tower
10
* * * * * * * *
M44572
KR, 410, 122110
Daepo Hang. W Breakwater.
Head
38 1020 N
128 3660 E
Fl R 5s 18 15 Red round concrete
tower
10
* * * * * * * *
M44573
KR, 410, 122111
Daepo Hang. E Breakwater.
Head
38 1020 N
128 3670 E
Fl G 5s 18 15 White round concrete
tower
10
* * * * * * * *
OSUMI GUNTO. TANEGA SHIMA
M47986
JP, 411, 6908
- Nishinoomote Ko. S
Breakwater. Head
(JP)
30 4389 N
130 5896 E
Fl R 3s 14 3 Red tower
10
* * *
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Vol M Edition 2011/12 continued.
SUO NADA. UBE KO
M5386
JP, 411, 5210
- Kamega Se 33 5487 N
131 1712 E
Fl W 4s 11 3 White tower
14
* *
SHIZUGAWA WAN
M65601 Remove from list; deleted
POLUOSTROV KAMCHATKA
M80295
RU, 2401, 2660
- Mys Khayryuzova. Ostrvok
Ptichiy
57 1053 N
156 3520 E
LFl W 5s 86 9 Red metal framework
tower
3
fl 2.
Vis 040-195(155).
Shown 30/6 to 30/11. Ra refl.
Destroyed (T) 2012
* *
M80635
RU, 2401, 2605
- Mys Kambal'nyy 51 0621 N
156 4226 E
LFl W 6s 90 9 Black metal tower,
white bands
5
fl 2.
Destroyed (T) 2012
* *
Wk06/12 5.10
VI
6.1
AMENDMENTS TO
ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS
Weekly Edition No. 6 dated 9 February 2012
The Admiralty List of Radio Signals diagrams included in the paper version of the weekly Notice to Mariners (Section VI) are
printed in black and white. If required, a colour version of these diagrams can be downloaded from the UKHO website. To obtain a
colour version of these diagrams go to: www.ukho.gov.uk - select PRODUCTS AND SERVICES - select Maritime Safety Info -
select View and download NMs - select Weekly - select Year - select Week - go to Selected Week Content - select File (for
example: NP286(3)-WK01-10-PAGE149_Week01_2010.pdf)
VOLUME 1, PART 1, NP 281(1), 2011/12
Published Wk 37/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 2 February 2012)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
PAGE 42, BAHRAIN.
Above entry for BAHRAIN (A9M) [4650].
Insert:
MARITIME TELEMEDICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE (TMAS)
Usual name of centre Salmanya Medical Centre
Communications Bahrain Radio (A9M) VHF & MF
Bahrain Radio (A9M) +973 17 252047 & 883939 Bahrain Radio (A9M) +973 17 242676
Consultation Languages English and Arabic
Remarks
Attention is drawn to the International Code of Signals, Medical Section. Unless otherwise stated there is no charge for any medical advice
received.
Bahrain Telecommunication Company BSC (RSDRA2012000015732) 6/12
PAGE 42, BAHRAIN (A9M) [4650], Contacts table, row 1.
Delete and replace by:
2609N 5028E Diagram page 108
Bahrain Telecommunication Company BSC (RSDRA2012000015732) 6/12
PAGE 134, diagram, EAST AFRICA AND THE SEYCHELLES, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC, in approximate
position 1854S 4732E, Antananarivo JRCC, row 3.
Delete ctop@acm.mg and replace by: jrccmad@moov.mg (Distress)
(former amendment 4/12)
JRCC Antananarivo (RSDRA2012000012250) 6/12
PAGE 139, MADAGASCAR, ANTANANARIVO JRCC, row 3, column 2.
Delete ctop@acm.mg and replace by: jrccmad@moov.mg (Distress)
(former amendment 4/12)
JRCC Antananarivo (RSDRA2012000012250) 6/12
PAGE 184, RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast), NOVOROSSIYSK MRCC, Contacts table, row 2.
Delete and replace by:
+7 8617 675543, 676417 & 676418 +7 8617 619424 & 676420
MRCC Novorossiysk (RSDRA2012000016707) 6/12
Wk06/12
VI
6.2
PAGE 184, RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast), TAMAN MRSC, Contacts table, rows 2 & 3.
Delete and replace by:
+7 929 8467886 +7 928 2093300
CALL: Taman Rescue Sub Centre email: mrsc3@amptaman.ru
MRCC Novorossiysk (RSDRA2012000016707) 6/12
VOLUME 1, PART 2, NP 281(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 40/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 2 February 2012)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
PAGE 243, TAIWAN, CHI-LUNG (XSX) [2019], VHF table.
Insert after row 11 Shou Shan:
Suao Ch 16 24 2437N 12152E
(former amendment 4/12)
Chi-Lung Radio, Taiwan (RSDRA2012000012153) 6/12
VOLUME 2, NP 282, 2011/12
Published Wk 11/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 2 February 2012)
AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)
PAGE 153, CHINA, after Mantou Shan Lt Bn entry.
Insert:
Maozhua Jiao Lt Buoy 305001N 1223509E 999412370 Broadcasts every 3 minutes Real
Chinese Notice 3/74/12 (RSDRA2012000016019) 6/12
PAGE 155, CHINA, before Weijia Dao Lt entry.
Insert:
Waishuai Jiao
(Liangxiongdi Yu) Lt
301021N 1225668E 999412382 Broadcasts every 3 minutes Real
Chinese Notice 3/76/12 (RSDRA2012000016019) 6/12
PAGE 157, CHINA, before Zhongsha Lt Buoy No 3 entry.
Insert:
Yuxingnao Dao Lt 302082N 1215159E 999412383 Broadcasts every 3 minutes Real
Chinese Notice 3/75/12 (RSDRA2012000016019) 6/12
Wk06/12
VI
6.3
VOLUME 3, PART 1, NP 283(1), 2011/12
Published Wk 49/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 2 February 2012)
NAVTEX
PAGE 27, diagram X1, NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, North Atlantic and Arctic.
Delete Arkhangelsk [F] in position 6451N 4017E and replace by:
Arkhangelsk [L] in position 6451N 4017E.
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000019169) 6/12
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
PAGE 123, diagram ITALY, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS.
Delete diagram and replace by diagram on page 6.4
(former amendment 2/12)
Italian Coast Guard (RSDRA2012000010582) 6/12
PAGE 143, NORWAY, VARD.
Delete station and replace by:
VARD 702225N 310585E
A 84165 RADIO-TELEX Vard 702225N 310585E
B
1635 RT (MF) Hammerfest 703988N 234071E
1695
RT (MF)
Berlevg 705200N 290400E
1713 Vard 702225N 310585E
C
Ch 28
VHF
Alta, Helligfjell 700678N 225603E
Ch 27 Btsfjord, Hamnefjell 704017N 294265E
Ch 07 Berlevg, Berlevgfjell 705178N 290457E
Ch 27 Hammerfest, Hammerfjell 704063N 234053E
Ch 22 Hammerfest, Tyven 703837N 234178E
Ch 78 Hasvik, Fuglen 703933N 215782E
Ch 21 Havysund, Havygavlen 710027N 243575E
Ch 20 Karlsoy, Torsvg 701484N 192996E
Ch 28 Kirkenes 694503N 300790E
Ch 20 Lebesby, Oksen 705708N 272098E
Ch 78 Mehamn, Trollhetta 710275N 280595E
Ch 79 Nordkapp, Honningsvg 705908N 255398E
Ch 79 Skjervy, Stussnesfjell 700145N 205895E
Ch 66 Skjervy, Trolltind 700457N 202583E
Ch 66 Tana, Algasvarre 702812N 281405E
Ch 60 Varangerfjord, Torsvarde 700583N 294910E
Ch 01 Vard, Domen 702013N 310198E
DIAGRAMS: pages 23, 138 and 139
Weather Bulletins
A: 1100 2300 METAREA XIX bulletins for arctic waters that are not covered by the INMARSAT SafetyNet service.
B: 1203 2303
Weather forecast in English and Norwegian for coastal waters off northern Norway (65N to 70N and from 0 to 10W). Area north and
north-east of Iceland and north-eastern part of Denmark Strait. Norwegian, Arctic and Barents Seas (north of 70N).
C: On request Local Weather.
Navigational Warnings
A: 0630 2300 NAVAREA XIX warnings are broadcast twice a day for arctic waters that are not covered by the INMARSAT SafetyNet service.
B, C: On receipt
0233 0633 1033 1433
1833 2233
Storm and gale warnings for coastal waters and adjoining Sea Areas in English and Norwegian.
Navigational Warnings in English and Norwegian.
All Navigational Warnings are repeated daily at 1033 for 7 days.
B, C: On request Storm and gale warnings, Navigational Warnings and ice reports.
Telenor Norway (RSDRA2012000015986) 6/12
Wk06/12

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= Roma remote sites
Castellaccio
M. Bignone
Zoagli
Gorgona
M. Argentario
M. Cavo
M. Moro
Osilo
M. Limbara
M. Serpedd
Margine Rosso
Monte Nero
Ravenna
Piancavallo
Trieste
Fte. Garibaldi
M.Paradiso
M. Tului
Porto Cervo
M. Conero
Silvi
M. Calvario
Abbate Argento
Monteparano
Bari
Palermo
Mazara del Vallo
Posillipo
Serra del Tuono
Capo Colonna
P. Stilo
Capo dellArmi
Siracusa
Forte Spuria
Gela
Pantelleria
Grecale
Lampedusa Ponente
M. San Calogero
Erice
Campo Lato Alto
Augusta
Messina
Ustica
Crotone
Napoli
S. Benedetto
M. Secco
Capri
Casa dOrso
M. Lauro
Ancona
M. Cero
Conconello
Genova
Livorno
Civitavecchia
Cagliari
Porto Torres
Badde Urbara
Formia
P. Campu Spina
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF), VHF
RT (MF), VHF
RT (MF), VHF
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
RT (MF)
Cefal
[A]
[E]
= International NAVTEX (518 kHz)
= National NAVTEX (490 kHz)
KEY:
M. Pellegrino
Varco del Salice
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
M. Titolo
M. Mancuso
M. Sardo
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
VHF
[E] [U] Mondolfo
[W] [V] Sellia Marina
[I] [R] La Maddalena
VI
6.4 Wk06/12
VI
6.5
PAGE 156, RUSSIA (Arctic Coast), NAVTEX.
Delete entry and replace by:
NAVTEX
C Murmansk
518 kHz
685800N 330500E
L Arkhangelsk 643300N 403300E
DIAGRAM: page 27
Weather Bulletins
C: 0020 0420 0820 1220 1620 2020 Ice forecast for Barents Sea (except SE part), Norwegian Coast, Kolskiy Poluostrov and Kolskiy Zaliv.
L: 0150 0550 0950 1350 1750 2150 Synopsis and forecast for Beloye More (White Sea) and SE Barents Sea.
Navigational Warnings
C: 0020 0420 0820 1220 1620 2020 Coastal warnings for Russian waters in the Barents Sea.
L: 0150 0550 0950 1350 1750 2150 Coastal warnings for Beloye More (White Sea).
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000019169) 6/12
VOLUME 5, NP 285, 2011/12
Published Wk 27/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 5 dated 2 February 2012)
SECTION 13: MARITIME SAFETY INFORMATION (MSI) UNDER THE GMDSS
PAGE 203, HF NBDP MARITIME SAFETY INFORMATION BROADCAST SERVICE, after CANADA entry.
Insert:
NORWAY
VARD RADIO 702225N 310585E
A 84165 RADIO-TELEX
Weather Bulletins
A: 1100 2300 METAREA XIX bulletins for arctic waters that are not covered by the INMARSAT SafetyNet service.
Navigational Warnings
A: 0630 2300 NAVAREA XIX warnings are broadcast twice a day for arctic waters that are not covered by the INMARSAT
SafetyNet service.
Telenor Norway (RSDRA2012000015986) 6/12
SECTION 15: NAVTEX, STATIONS WITH OPERATIONAL NAVTEX FACILITIES
PAGE 269, ITALY. (Sellia Marina [W]), table, row 7, column 1.
Delete 2140 and replace by 2340.
(former amendment 5/12)
UKHO 6/12
Wk06/12
VI
6.6
PAGE 273, RUSSIA (White Sea Coast), Arkhangelsk [F].
Delete entry and replace by:
Arkhangelsk [L] 6451N 4017E
TELEPHONE: +7 818 2 208882 Diagram X1
FAX: +7 818 2 637460 Range: 300 n miles
EMAIL: navtex@mapa.ru
MMSI: 002734414
NAVTEX [L] Languages: English and Russian
TIME UT(GMT) WEATHER BULLETINS
1
NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
0150 Q Q
0550 Q Q
0950 Q Q
1350 Q Q
1750 Q Q
2150 Q Q
1
When details are available
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000019169) 6/12
PAGE 283, RUSSIA, diagram NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, North Atlantic and Arctic.
Delete Arkhangelsk [F] in position 6451N 4017E and replace by:
Arkhangelsk [L].
(former amendment 29/11)
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000019169) 6/12
PAGE 294, 518 kHz NAVTEX BROADCAST SCHEDULES BY NAVAREA. NAVAREA I, line 6.
Delete and replace by:
I RUSSIA Arkhangelsk [L] 0150, 0550, 0950, 1350, 1750, 2150
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000019169) 6/12
PAGE 299, 490 kHz NAVTEX BROADCAST SCHEDULES BY NAVAREA. NAVAREA III.
Delete section and replace by:
NAVAREA III
III TURKEY Turkish Samsun [A] 0000, 0400, 0800, 1200, 1600, 2000
III TURKEY Turkish Istanbul [B] 0010, 0410, 0810, 1210, 1610, 2010
III TURKEY Turkish Izmir [C] 0020, 0420, 0820, 1220, 1620, 2020
III TURKEY Turkish Antalya [D] 0030, 0430, 0830, 1230, 1630, 2030
III ITALY Italian Mondolfo [E] 0040, 0440, 0840, 1240, 1640, 2040
III ITALY Italian La Maddalena (Sardegna) [I] 0120, 0520, 0920, 1320, 1720, 2120
III IRAN Persian Ferydn Kenr [J] 0130, 0530, 0930, 1330, 1730, 2130
III ROMANIA Romanian Constana Radio [L] 0150, 0550, 0950, 1350, 1750, 2150
III FRANCE French CROSS La Garde [S] 0300, 0700, 1100, 1500, 1900, 2300
III UKRAINE English Kerch [U] 0320, 0720,1120, 1520, 1920, 2320
III ITALY Italian Sellia Marina [W] 0340, 0740, 1140, 1540, 1940, 2340
III UKRAINE English Odesa [X] 0350, 0750, 1150, 1550, 1950, 2350
IMO Navtex Coordinating Panel (RSDRA2012000010582) 6/12
Wk06/12
Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO
VI
6.7
SECTION 16: DISTRESS, SEARCH AND RESCUE
PAGE 390, NETHERLANDS, contacts table, row 1, column 4.
Delete Inmarsat C to .... (Back up facility) SARNET only.
JRCC Den Helder (RSDRA2012000017082) 6/12
PAGES 396 & 397, RUSSIA, Arctic Coast, Caspian Sea Coast and Pacific Coast sections.
Delete and replace by:
Arctic Coast
Telephone +7 Fax +7 Others
MRCC MURMANSK 8152 428307 8152 423256 Telex +64 126178 MAPMU RU
Inmarsat mini-M +870 762137155 (Tel)
Inmarsat mini-M +870 762137157 (Fax)
email rcc@mapm.ru
MRSC ARKHANGELSK 8182 637100
8182 208921
8182 637460 Inmarsat C 492509110
email rcc@mapa.ru
Black Sea Coast
Telephone +7 Fax +7 Others
MRCC NOVOROSSIYSK 8617 676417
8617 676418
8617 675543
8617 676420
8617 619424
Inmarsat B +870 327325510 (Tel)
Inmarsat B +870 327325515 (Fax)
Inmarsat B +870 327325518 (Telex)
email mrcc3@ampnovo.ru
MRSC TAMAN 929 8467886 928 209 3300 email mrsc3@amptaman.ru
Pacific Coast
Telephone +7 Fax +7 Others
MRCC VLADIVOSTOK 4232 495522
4232 227782
4232 495895 Telex +64 213115 MRF RU
Inmarsat C 492500379
Inmarsat mini-M +870 761320633
email vldvmrcc@vld.pma.ru
MRSC
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKIY
4152 412880 4152 412397 email spc@mappk.kamchatka.ru
MRSC YUZHNO-SAKHALINSK 4242 785704 4242 722341 Telex: +64 152068 GMDSS RU
Inmarsat C 427311122
email mspc@sakhalin.ru
MRCC Novorossiysk (RSDRA2012000016707) 6/12
Wk06/12
HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE
H.102
(ver 4.2 Nov 10)

Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts, ENCs and Nautical Publications
and reporting ENC display issues

Date Ref. Number
Name of ship or sender

Address

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


General Locality

Subject

Position
(see Instruction 3 below)
Latitude

Longitude
GPS

Datum Accuracy
Admiralty Charts affected

Edition
Latest Weekly Edition of
Notice to Mariners held

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

Latest Update disk held Week

Publications affected
(Edition No.)


Date of latest supplement,
page & Light List No. etc

Details:




















Signature of observer/reporter

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE
H.102
(ver 4.2 Nov 10)

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

INSTRUCTIONS:

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

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

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

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

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

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

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE
H.102
(ver 4.2 Nov 10)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Forwarding information for Admiralty Charts, ENCs and
Hydrographic Publications

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


1. NAME OF PORT



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

Number of ships or tonnage handled
per year.

Maximum size of vessel handled.

Copy of Port Handbook (if available).



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


4. PILOTAGE
Authority for requests.

Embark position.

Regulations.




5. DIRECTIONS
Entry and berthing information.

Tidal streams.

Navigational aids.



6. TUGS
Number available.



7. WHARVES
Names, numbers or positions &
lengths.

Depths alongside.


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



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.



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



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

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

Provisions.



12. SERVICES
Medical.

Ship Sanitation.

Garbage and slops.

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



13. COMMUNICATIONS
Nearest airport or airfield.

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



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


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



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



16. ADDITIONAL DETAILS








Signature of observer/reporter



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




NOTES:

1. This form is designed to assist in the reporting of any observed changes to Port Information
details and should be submitted as an accompaniment to Form H.102 (full instructions for the
rendering of data are on Form H.102 - email: hdcfiles@ukho.gov.uk). In addition, the Mariner's
Handbook (NP100) Chapter 8 gives general instructions. If practicable the Mariner should also
contact the originating Hydrographic Office when navigating on IMO Approved non-UKHO ENCs.
The provisions of international and national laws should be complied with when forwarding such
reports.

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

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