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Notices
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Amendments to Sailing Directions in Force
Current Hydrographic Publications
Cumulative List for Admiralty List of Radio Signals
ADMIRALTY
NOTICES TO MARINERS
Weekly Edition 13
29 March 2012
(Published on the UKHO Website 19 March 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 in NP5011. Depths and heights are given in metres or fathoms and/or feet as appropriate for the chart being
updated (abbreviated where necessary to m, fm and ft respectively). Blocks and notes accompanying notices in Section
II are placed towards the end of the section.

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

104
109
438
1188
1750
2052
2276
2341
2344
2359
2509
2692
2731
2857
3281
3496
3497
3617
4013
4103
4112
INT 13
INT 103
INT 112
INT 1361
INT 1365
INT 1364
INT 1456
INT 1553
INT 1554
INT 1555
INT 1560
INT 1565
INT 1566
INT 1743

Admiralty Publications

NP 61
NP 314-13
GP 100-13
GP 200-14




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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 29 March 2012

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

~104
INT1566
International Chart Series, England East Coast, Approaches to the
Humber Traffic Separation Scheme.
532735N. 534050N., 00265E. 03720E.

Provides improved coverage of the approaches to the River Humber
including the Traffic Separation Scheme and includes extensive
changes to depths from the latest ABP Humber and British
Government surveys.
1:37,500 7 26









NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 29 March 2012

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

~438
INT1743
International Chart Series, France North Coast, Boulogne-Sur-
Mer.

Includes changes to quays, dredged areas and depths in the port of
Boulogne. (A modified reproduction of INT1743 published by
France).

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1249(P)/10
is cancelled.
1:10,000 16 24

~1188
INT1553
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Spurn Head to Immingham.
Grimsby.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and
ABP Humber surveys.
1:25,000

1:10,000
7 26
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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 29 March 2012

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

~1750 South Pacific Ocean, Solomon Islands, Anchorages in Guadalcanal
Island.
A Marau Sound.
B Lungga Roads.
C Honiara.

Includes new port developments, changes to coastline and extent of
the coral reef around the port of Honiara. Also includes changes to
the coastline between Honiara and the Lungga River. This chart is
now referred to WGS84 Datum.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 5267(P)/10
is cancelled.


1:50,000
1:20,000
1:5,000
68 102

~2052
INT1560
International Chart Series, England East Coast, Orford Ness to
The Naze.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and
Trinity House surveys.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notices 6078(T)/10 and 1141(T)/12.
1:50,000 7 24

~2509 Scotland West Coast, Rubha Ridh to Cailleach Head.

Includes changes to depths in North Minch from the latest British
Government Surveys.
1:25,000 5 28

~2692 England East Coast, Sunk Inner Precautionary Area.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
surveys.
1:25,000 7 24

~2857 Baltic Sea Sweden, South Coast, Trn to Utlngan.

On publication of this chart, plans A Ronneby Hamn and
B Karlskrona are withdrawn. Includes removal of Firing Practice
Area R63C (Sturk Nytt). A modified reproduction of Chart 821,
published by Sweden.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 3249(P)/09. This chart remains affected by Notice
2466(T)/11.
1:50,000

10 34
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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 29 March 2012

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2012 Catalogue page
~3281 British Isles, Shetland Islands, North-West Sheet.

Includes changes to depths, between Papa Stour and the Point of
Fethaland and in the approaches to Scalloway, from the latest
British Government surveys.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 2705(P)/09. This chart remains affected by Notice
1266(P)/11.
1:75,000 6 30

~3496
INT1565


International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Immingham and Hull.
A Hull Docks, Eastern Part.
B Hull Docks, Western Part.
C Immingham Oil Terminal to Humber Sea Terminal.

Includes changes to depths from the latest ABP Humber surveys.


1:10,000
1:10,000
1:10,000
7 26

~3497
INT1554
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Immingham to Humber Bridge and the Rivers Ouse and Trent.
A Humber Bridge to Whitton Ness.
534036N. 534420N., 02670W. 03715W.
B Whitton Ness to Goole and Keadby.
533501N. 534405N., 03580W. 05230W.
C Keadby to Gainsborough.
532416N. 533517N., 04009W. 05005W.
D Goole.
5341718N. 5342231N., 051724W. 052906W.

Includes changes to depths from the latest ABP Humber surveys.
Also includes new plans with coverage of the River Ouse and River
Trent.
1:25,000

1:50,000

1:50,000

1:100,000

1:5,000
7 26

~4013
INT13
International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Western Part.

Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.
1:10,000,000 82 16, 134

~4112
INT112
International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland to
Greenland.

Includes changes to depths and updated lines of equal magnetic
variation for 2010. (A modified reproduction of INT112 published
by Iceland).

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 4589(P)/08. This chart remains affected by Notices
4098(T)/07 and 5778(T)/11.
1:3,500,000 15 18


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Publications

NP No. Title and other remarks Date Remarks

NP61 Pacific Islands Pilot Volume 2 (Twelfth Edition 2011). 29/03/12 Updated to 8/12/11. First amendments in NM
week 13/12. This edition supersedes NP61 (Eleventh
Edition 2006) which is cancelled.

NP 314-13 The Nautical Almanac 2013. 29/03/12 NP314-13 contains tabular positions of the Sun,
Moon, navigational planets and stars for use in the
determination of position at sea from sextant
observations for the year 2013. In addition, it gives
times of sunrise, sunset, twilights, moonrise and
moonset, phases of the Moon and eclipses of the
Sun and Moon. Interpolation and altitude
correction tables are provided as well as pole star
tables and diagrams and notes for the identification
of stars and planets. Standard times for most
countries around the world are given. A concise set
of sight reduction tables and sight reduction form
are also included.

GP-200-14 Astronomical Phenomena 2014 March 2012 Astronomical Phenomena 2014 is now available.
It contains information found in Section A of the
Astronomical Almanac two years ahead. In
addition to Calendarial data, there is information
on eclipses, planetary phenomena and magnitudes,
sun and moon rise/set times, the equation of time
and the declination of the Sun and positional
information on Polaris and sigma Octantis. It is
aimed at those wishing to have advance knowledge
of astronomical events occurring during 2014.


GP-100-13 The Astronomical Almanac 2013 March 2012 The Astronomical Almanac 2013 is now available.
This reference publication contains high precision
data covering the positions of the Sun, Moon,
planets and minor planets, timescales, reduction of
celestial coordinates, reference frames as well as
reference data for a variety of astronomical objects.
Phenomena including rise/set information,
planetary magnitudes and eclipses are also
provided. It is aimed at the professional and
amateur astronomer, space scientist, geodesist,
surveyor and navigator





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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 19 APRIL 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

2276 Baltic Sea, Lithuania, Klaipda and Approaches.
A Klaipda.
B Continuation of Klaipda.


Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to maintained depth areas, depths, coastline, lights and buoyage.
1:35,000
1:12,500
1:12,500
2276 10

2341
INT1364
International Chart Series, Baltic Sea Germany, Kieler Frde,
Outer Part.
A Olympiahafen Schilksee and Strand.
B Laboe.

Includes changes to depths. (A modified reproduction of INT1364
published by Germany).
1:12,500

1:6,000
1:6,000
2341
INT1364
10









ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 19 APRIL 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio

2344
INT1365
International Chart Series, Baltic Sea Germany, Kieler Frde,
Inner Part.
A Plschowhafen.
B Sporthafen Wik.
C Sporthafen Dsternbrook.
D Mltenort.
E Sporthafen Mnkeberg.
F Ostuferhafen.
G Ostseekai to Bahnhofskai.

Includes changes to depths, jetties, wrecks, buoyage and contours.
(A modified reproduction of INT1365 published by Germany).
1:12,500

1:6,000
1:3,000
1:3,000
1:3,000
1:3,000
1:6,000
1:6,000
2344
INT1365
10
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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 19 APRIL 2012


New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)



Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN
Folio
2359
INT1361
International Chart Series, Baltic Sea, Germany, Wismar and
Approaches.
A Hafen Von Timmendorf.
B Hafen Von Kirchdorf.
C Hafen Von Wismar.
D Hafen Von Boltenhagen.
5358250N. 5358540N., 1114740E. 1115330E.

Includes a new plan of Hafen von Boltenhagen. (A modified
reproduction of INT1361 published by Germany).
1:25,000

1:4,000
1:4,000
1:10,000
1:5,000
2359
INT1361
10

2731 United States East Coast, Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay, Hog
Island Shoal to Providence Harbor.
Providence Harbor.

Includes changes to depths and lights and general updating
throughout.
1:20,000

1:10,000
2731 81


3617
INT1456
International Chart Series, North Sea Germany, Approaches to
the Jade and Weser.
Dove Harle.

Includes amendments to depths and buoys. (A modified
reproduction of INT1456 published by Germany).
1:50,000

1:25,000
3617
INT1456
9







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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

109
INT1555
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber
and The Rivers Ouse and Trent.
Note: On withdrawal of this chart former Notice 1172(P)/11 is
cancelled.
~104 INT1566
~3497 INT1554

438
INT1743
International Chart Series, France North Coast, Boulogne-Sur-Mer.

~438
INT1743

1188
INT1553
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Spurn Head to Immingham.
~1188
INT1553

1750 South Pacific Ocean, Solomon Islands, Anchorages in Guadalcanal
Island.
~1750

2052
INT1560
International Chart Series, England East Coast, Orford Ness to The
Naze.
~2052
INT1560

2509 Scotland West Coast, Rubha Ridh to Cailleach Head. ~2509

2692 England East Coast, Sunk Inner Precautionary Area. ~2692

2857 Baltic Sea Sweden, South Coast, Trn to Utlngan. ~2857

3281 British Isles, Shetland Islands, North-West Sheet. ~3281

3496
INT1565
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Immingham and Hull.
~3496
INT1565

3497
INT1554
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Humber,
Immingham to Humber Bridge.
~3497
INT1554

4013
INT13
International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Western Part. ~4013
INT13

4112
INT112
International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland to
Greenland.
~4112
INT112


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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
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ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE
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 11/12, 15 March 2012.




Erratum

Revision of Charts Published 29
th
March 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts

The following New Edition previously announced in Admiralty Notices to Mariners weekly edition 10/12 will not be published on
29 March 2012. A revised publication date of 5 April 2012, weekly edition 14/12 has been allocated.

~4103
INT103
International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, English Channel to the
Strait of Gibralter and the Arquiplago Dos Aores.






ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERVICE LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS


RC

Last issue date

Reissue Date

RC1

23
rd
June 2011
26
th
April 2012

RC2

22
nd
September 2011
10
th
May 2012

RC3

24
th
November 2011


RC4

28
th
July 2011


RC5

23
rd
February 2012


RC6

14
th
July 2011 12
th
April 2012

RC7

9
th
February 2012


RC8
10
th
November 2011


RC9
26
th
May 2011


RC10
8
th
March 2012

RC11

6
th
October 2011


~ denotes chart available in the ARCS series.


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CURRENT HYDROGRAPHIC PUBLICATIONS

(Sailing Directions, List of Lights, Lists of Radio Signals, Tidal Publications & Digital Publications)

(Updated 24 March 2012)
(Former Listing dated 24 December 2011 is cancelled)



(1) CURRENT EDITIONS OF SAILING DIRECTIONS AND THEIR LATEST SUPPLEMENTS

NP No Title Edition Supplement No
1 * Africa Pilot Vol 1 15th (2009)
2 Africa Pilot Vol 2 16th (2011)
3 Africa Pilot Vol 3 15th (2010)
4 South-East Alaska Pilot 7th (2010)
5 South America Pilot Vol 1 17th (2011)
6 South America Pilot Vol 2 18th (2011)
7 * South America Pilot Vol 3 10th (2009)
7A South America Pilot Vol 4 5th (2010)
8 Pacific Coasts of Central America and United States Pilot 12th (2010)
9 Antarctic Pilot 7th (2009)
10 Arctic Pilot Vol 1 8th (2010)
11 Arctic Pilot Vol 2 10th (2010)
12 * Arctic Pilot Vol 3 8th (2007)
13 Australia Pilot Vol 1 3rd (2011)
14 Australia Pilot Vol 2 11th (2010)
15 * Australia Pilot Vol 3 11th (2009)
18 * Baltic Pilot Vol 1 15th (2009)
19 Baltic Pilot Vol 2 15th (2011)
20 Baltic Pilot Vol 3 11th (2010)
21 Bay of Bengal Pilot 11th (2010)
22 Bay of Biscay Pilot 11th (2010)
23 Bering Sea and Strait Pilot 7th (2009)
24 Black Sea and Sea of Azov Pilot 3rd (2010)
25 British Columbia Pilot Vol 1 14th (2010)
26 British Columbia Pilot Vol 2 10th (2011)
27 * Channel Pilot 8th (2009)
28 Dover Strait Pilot 9th (2011)
30 China Sea Pilot Vol 1 8th (2010)
31 * China Sea Pilot Vol 2 9th (2010)
32 China Sea Pilot Vol 3 8th (2011)
33 Philippine Islands Pilot 4th (2011)
34 * Indonesia Pilot Vol 2 5th (2009)
35 Indonesia Pilot Vol 3 5th (2011)
36 * Indonesia Pilot Vol 1 6th (2009)
37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot 18th (2011)
38 West Coast of India Pilot 16th (2010)
39 South Indian Ocean Pilot 13th (2011)
40 Irish Coast Pilot 18th (2010)
41 * Japan Pilot Vol 1 9th (2009)
42A Japan Pilot Vol 2 3rd (2011)
42B Japan Pilot Vol 3 9th (2011)
42C Japan Pilot Vol 4 3rd (2011)
43 South and East Coasts of Korea Pilot 9th (2011)
44 Malacca Strait and West Coast of Sumatera Pilot 10th (2011)
45 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 1 14th (2011)
46 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 2 13th (2011)
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47 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 3 14th (2011)
48 * Mediterranean Pilot Vol 4 14th (2009)
49 * Mediterranean Pilot Vol 5 10th (2008)
50 Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot 13th (2011)
51 New Zealand Pilot 18th (2010)
52 * North Coast of Scotland Pilot 7th (2009)
54 * North Sea (West) Pilot 8th (2009)
55 * North Sea (East) Pilot 7th (2010)
56 * Norway Pilot Vol 1 14th (2008)
57A Norway Pilot Vol 2A 10th (2011)
57B * Norway Pilot Vol 2B 8th (1979) 11/2004
58A Norway Pilot Vol 3A 7th (2010)
58B Norway Pilot Vol 3B 6th (1984) 9/2004
59 Nova Scotia and Bay of Fundy Pilot 14th (2008)
60 * Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 1 11th (2007)
61 Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 2 12th (2011)
62 Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 3 12th (2010)
63 Persian Gulf Pilot 15th (2010)
64 * Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Pilot 16th (2009)
65 * St Lawrence Pilot 16th (2009)
66 West Coast of Scotland Pilot 17th (2011)
67 West Coasts of Spain and Portugal Pilot 11th (2011)
68 East Coast of the United States Pilot Vol 1 13th (2009)
69 East Coast of the United States Pilot Vol 2 12th (2011)
69A* East Coasts of Central America and Gulf of Mexico Pilot 5th (2009)
70 * West Indies Pilot Vol 1 4th (2008)
71 * West Indies Pilot Vol 2 16th (2008)
72 Southern Barents Sea and Beloye More Pilot 2nd (2010)
100 The Mariner's Handbook 9th (2009)
136 Ocean Passages for the World 5th (2004)
350(1) Admiralty Distance Tables - Atlantic Ocean 2nd (2011)
350(2) Admiralty Distance Tables - Indian Ocean 3rd (2008)
350(3) Admiralty Distance Tables Pacific Ocean 2nd (2009)
735 * Maritime Buoyage System 6th (2006)

Books in Continuous Revision (on an extended cycle)
* New or Revised Edition due for publication within one year


(2) ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS

NP No Current Edition Published
74 Volume A, 2011/12 March 2011
75 Volume B, 2011/12 May 2011
76 Volume C, 2011/12 June 2011
77 Volume D, 2011/12 August 2011
78 Volume E, 2011/12 September 2011
79 Volume F, 2011/12 September 2011
80 Volume G, 2011/12 December 2011
81 Volume H, 2011/12 January 2012
82 Volume J, 2011/12 January 2012
83 Volume K, 2012/13 February 2012
84 Volume L, 2012/13 March 2012
85 Volume M, 2011/12 December 2011

See (5) Admiralty Digital Publications for Digital List of Lights
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(3) ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS

NP No Title Published
281 Volume 1 Maritime Radio Stations:
2011/12 Part 1: Europe, Africa and Asia (excluding the Far East) September 2011
2011/12 Part 2: The Americas, Far East and Oceania October 2011
282 Volume 2, 2012/13 Radio Aids to Navigation, Differential GPS (DGPS), Legal Time,
Radio Time Signals and Electronic Position Fixing System
March 2012
283 Volume 3 Maritime Safety Information Services:
2011/12 Part 1: Europe, Africa and Asia (excluding the Far East) December 2011
2011/12 Part 2: The Americas, Far East and Oceania December 2011
284 Volume 4, 2011/12 Meteorological Observation Stations October 2011
285 Volume 5, 2011/12 Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) July 2011
286 Volume 6 Pilot Services, Vessel Traffic Services and Port Operations:
2011/12 Part 1: United Kingdom and Europe (excluding Arctic, Baltic and
Mediterranean coasts)
April 2011
2011/12 Part 2: Europe, Arctic and Baltic coasts, including Iceland and Faeroe
Islands
May 2011
2011/12 Part 3: Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea and Africa July 2011
2011/12 Part 4: Persian Gulf including Oman, Indian Sub-continent, South East
Asia and Australasia
August 2011
2011/12 Part 5: North America, Canada and Greenland October 2011
2011/12 Part 6: North East Asia and Russia (Pacific coast) November 2011
2011/12 Part 7 Central and South America and the Caribbean November 2011

See (5) Admiralty Digital Publications for Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Volume 6



(4) TlDAL PUBLICATIONS

NP No Admiralty Tide Tables (corrected by Annual Notice to Mariners 1/12)
201-12 Volume 1 United Kingdom and Ireland (including European Channel Ports)
202-12 Volume 2 Europe (excluding United Kingdom and Ireland), Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean
203-12 Volume 3 Indian Ocean and South China Sea (including Tidal Stream Tables)
204-12 Volume 4 Pacific Ocean (including Tidal Streams Tables)
160 Tidal Harmonic Constants (European Waters) Edition 5, 2010
164-12 Dover, Times of High Water and Mean Ranges (published annually)

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NP No Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlases
209 Edition 4 Orkney and Shetland Islands, 1986
218 Edition 5 North Coast of Ireland and West Coast of Scotland, 1995
219 Edition 2 Portsmouth Harbour and Approaches, 1991
220 Edition 2 Rosyth Harbour and Approaches, 1991
221 Edition 2 Plymouth Harbour and Approaches, 1991
222 Edition 1 Firth of Clyde and Approaches, 1992
233 Edition 3 Dover Strait, 1995
249 Edition 2 Thames Estuary, 1985 (with Co-Tidal Charts)
250 Edition 4 The English Channel, 1992
251 Edition 4 North Sea, Southern Part, 2005
252 Edition 4 North Sea, North Western Part, 2005
253 Edition 2 North Sea, Eastern Part, 2004
254 Edition 1 The West Country, Falmouth to Teignmouth, 2003
255 Edition 1 Falmouth to Padstow, including the Isles of Scilly, 2004
256 Edition 4 Irish Sea and Bristol Channel, 1992
257 Edition 3 Approaches to Portland, 1973
258 Edition 1 Bristol Channel, Lundy to Avonmouth, 2006
259 Edition 1 Irish Sea Eastern Part, 2006
263 Edition 1 Lyme Bay, 2003
264 Edition 5 The Channel Islands and the Adjacent Coasts of France, 1993
265 Edition 2 France, West Coast, 2005
337 Edition 4 The Solent and Adjacent Waters, 1993


NP No Co-Tidal Atlas
214 Edition 2 Persian Gulf, 1999
215 Edition 1 South-East Asia, 1979

See (5) Admiralty Digital Publications for Tidal Prediction Software


(5) ADMIRALTY DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS

Digital Publications Edition

ADP The ADP includes the following products on one CD: December 2011
TotalTide 2012
Admiralty Digital List of Lights
Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Volume 6
Customers can purchase anything from one area of one product to all areas of all products.

DP 560 Simplified Harmonic Method of Tidal Prediction (SHM for Windows) CD-ROM September 2004


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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX
(1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
(2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 2.11
(3) North Russia, Norway, The Froe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11 2.12
(4) Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.13 2.15
(5) North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . 2.15 2.17
(6) France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 2.20
(7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.20 2.25
(9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25 2.26
(12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.27
(13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.27 2.28
(14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.28 2.32
(15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32 2.36
(16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.37 2.38
(17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.39
(18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.39 2.40
(19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.41
(20) Pacific Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.41 2.42
(22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.43 2.44
(23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.44
(26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.45 2.46
(27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.47 2.54
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
1322 2.39 63
1323* 2.25 40
1324 2.28 50
1325 2.40 66
1326 2.40 64
1327 2.43 89
1328 2.32 55
1329 2.32 54
1330 2.33 55
1331 2.33 55
1332 2.33 55
1333 2.33 55
1334 2.33 54
1335 2.34 54
1336 2.34 54
1337 2.34 54
1338 2.35 54
1339 2.35 54
1340 2.35 54
1341 2.35 54
1342 2.36 54
1343 2.36 54
1344 2.36 54
1345 2.36 54
1346(T)/12 2.51 54
1347(P)/12 2.47 4
1348 2.27 46
1349 2.20 27
1350 2.21 31
1351 2.43 98
1352 2.43 89
1353 2.45 81
1354 2.18 18
1355* 2.26 32
1356 2.28 50
1357 2.29 50
1358 2.29 47
1359 2.29 47
1360 2.18 17
1361 2.13 9, 10
1362 2.13 11
1363 2.13 11
1364* 2.7 7
1365* 2.18 1, 7, 9
1366* 2.8 2, 4
1367* 2.8 2, 3
1368(P)/12 2.52 48
1369 2.39 48
1370 2.21 27
1371 2.37 56
1372 2.37 56
1373 2.27 41
1374 2.15 9
1375(T)/12 2.49 10
1376(T)/12 2.52 71, 72
1377 2.29 50
1378* 2.9 6
1379 2.22 29
1380 2.22 29
1381 2.29 52
1382 2.39 46
1383 2.22 31
1384 2.19 18
1385 2.14 10
1386 2.45 81
1387* 2.9 3
1388 2.41 71
1389 2.22 27
1390 2.23 25
1391 2.19 16
1392 2.30 47
1393 2.30 50
1394 2.45 81
1395 2.44 83
1396 2.44 83
1397* 2.9 7
1398 2.43 98
1399(T)/12 2.53 83
1400(P)/12 2.54 88
1401(T)/12 2.47 6
1402(P)/12 2.48 5
1403(T)/12 2.51 35, 36
1404(T)/12 2.50 10, 11
1405(T)/12 2.48 7
1406(T)/12 2.51 47
1407(T)/12 2.50 10
1408 2.11 13
1409* 2.9 7
1410 2.44 86
1411 2.45 81
1412 2.41 90
1413 2.42 90
1414 2.42 90
1415 2.43 98
1416 2.31 47
1417 2.31 47
1418 2.23 24
1419 2.24 31
1420 2.26 32
1421 2.31 50
1422 2.32 50
1423 2.38 52
1424 2.12 12
1425 2.14 11
1426 2.24 28
1427 2.24 24, 30
1428 2.42 90
1429 2.27 38
1430* 2.9 2
1431 2.28 45
1432 2.46 81
1433 2.16 9
1434 2.44 89
1435 2.32 50
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
1436 2.20 1, 16
1437 2.24 25
1438 2.25 24
1439 2.14 10
1440 2.15 10
1441 2.16 9
1442 2.16 9
1443 2.16 9
1444* 2.17 7, 9
1445 2.17 9
1446 2.25 25
1447 2.38 52
1448 2.38 52
1449* 2.10 5
1450* 2.11 5
1451 2.12 13
1452 2.7 7, 63, 83
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
35 1401T
41 1358, 1359
46 1414
47 1414
48 1412, 1413
51 1412
104 1405T
107 1405T, 1452
121 1452
122 1445
126 1443
151 1390
153 1390
155 1390
159 1420
160 1397
175 1397
177 1418
183 1427
194 1418
207 1441
323 1365
342 1417
343 1416
346 1392
429 1361
485 1410
497 1379
858 1439
893 1425
894 1361
896 1423
898 1423
903 1375T, 1440
933 1382
938 1375T
1015 1379
1020 1352
1021 1352
1110 1354
1114 1391
1121 1367
1123 1366, 1367
1125 1366
1126 1435
1127 1450
1130 1393
1157 1360
1178 1367
1183 1364
1190 1452
1218 1452
1220 1452
1221 1381
1224 1323
1274 1419
1275 1350
1312 1348
1349 1436
1406 1365
1408 1444
1410 1367
1423 1433
1460 1446
1462 1378
1478 1367
1495 1429
1504 1444
1526 1380
1546 1442
1565 1373
1566 1373
1610 1364, 1365
1630 1445
1631 1443, 1444
1633 1433
1676 1389
1701 1446
1702 1437
1703 1437
1733 1384
1734 1384
1736 1422
1738 1421
1760 1357
1767 1356
1778 1450
1792 1357
1796 1402P
1810 1403T
1820 1347P
1822 1368P, 1369
1840 1366
1872 1365
1873 1365
1940 1327
1946 1434
1947 1414
2070 1426
2113 1375T
2115 1375T, 1440
2116 1390
2117 1375T
2131 1387
2135 1391
2137 1348
2146 1436
2150 1375T
2171 1402P, 1449, 1450
2173 1347P
2182A 1444
2216 1383
2221 1387
2227 1404T
2231 1385
2238 1350
2241 1404T
2242 1383
2248 1404T
2249 1401T
2252 1363
2257 1398
2258 1351
2300 1425
2302 1362, 1363
2365 1375T
2390 1449
2392 1402P, 1449
2394 1449
2404 1349
2408 1370
2420 1347P
2424 1366
2432 1371
2434 1400P
2449 1365
2474 1449
2489 1411
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
2492 1432
2537 1418
2538 1418
2594 1440
2601 1375T
2613 1436
2618 1324
2632 1427
2635 1402P, 1450
2656 1436
2670 1432
2679 1375T
2688 1407T
2693 1409
2707 1347P
2708 1347P
2777 1431
2799 1415
2810 1386
2847 1323
2858 1323
2873 1348
2878 1367
2882 1323
2884 1323
2917 1431
2919 1353
3043 1355
3044 1372
3096 1432
3125 1428
3160 1424
3183 1395
3186 1395
3187 1396
3188 1396
3212 1408
3231 1324
3390 1447
3391 1448
3403 1438
3457 1394
3499 1424
3500 1424
3546 1451
3602 1329, 1339
3631 1374
3658 1377
3691 1386
3725 1430
3773 1323
3774 1323
3849 1399T
3850 1399T
3851 1399T
3854 1399T
3856 1399T
3857 1399T
3989 1406T
3991 1406T
4640 1376T
4648 1376T
4700 1403T
4701 1403T
4721 1452
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
Australian
Chart No.
Notices
Aus 57 1322
Aus 119 1326
Aus 252 1325
Aus 327 1322
Aus 740 1322
Aus 741 1322
Aus 762 1326
Aus 824 1325
New Zealand
Chart No.
Notices
NZ 45 1376T
NZ 5612 1388
Japanese
Chart No.
Notices
JP 53 1333
JP 54 1328, 1333
JP 106 1337, 1338
JP 112 1336
JP 123 1346T
JP 141 1329, 1343
JP 150C 1336
JP 1030 1330, 1331
JP 1032 1330, 1331, 1332
JP 1101 1341, 1342, 1344, 1345
JP 1102 1340, 1341, 1342, 1344, 1345
JP 1108 1329, 1339, 1340, 1341, 1342
JP 1146 1346T
JP 1150 1334, 1335
International
Chart No.
Notices
INT 640 1376T
INT 648 1376T
INT 700 1403T
INT 701 1403T
INT 721 1452
INT 750 1323
INT 1043 1444
INT 1045 1433
INT 1061 1402P, 1450
INT 1062 1367
INT 1064 1366
INT 1065 1450
INT 1175 1425
INT 1277 1385
INT 1288 1407T
INT 1295 1375T
INT 1316 1439
INT 1331 1440
INT 1333 1375T, 1440
INT 1369 1375T
INT 1382 1361
INT 1416 1445
INT 1417 1433
INT 1418 1443, 1444
INT 1461 1374
INT 1465 1441
INT 1468 1443
INT 1470 1442
INT 1472 1445
INT 1480 1365
INT 1508 1452
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
INT 1510 1444
INT 1511 1364, 1365
INT 1561 1364
INT 1564 1365
INT 1566 1405T
INT 1570 1409
INT 1609 1367
INT 1611 1367
INT 1613 1366
INT 1616 1347P
INT 1617 1347P
INT 1627 1402P
INT 1705 1436
INT 1750 1436
INT 1759 1436
INT 1857 1354
INT 3192 1390
INT 3195 1390
INT 3196 1390
INT 3216 1438
INT 3754 1379
INT 5355 1423
INT 5360 1448
INT 5362 1447
INT 7010 1420
INT 7018 1323
INT 7131 1355
INT 7264 1323
INT 7278 1323
INT 7736 1429
International
Chart No.
Notices
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1452 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
107 5395/11 Insert magenta limit and chart number, 104, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 109, in position 53 2760N., 0 2260E.
121 New Edition
29/12/2011
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 109, in position 53 4485N., 0 2260E.
1190
INT 1508
806/12 Delete magenta limit and chart number, 109, in the following positions:
53 2770N., 0 2250E.
53 4480N., 0 2250E.
1218 New Edition
09/02/2012
Replace existing note, CHARTS 2425, 3866 AND 3867: POSITIONS, with
accompanying note, CHARTS 2425 AND 3866: POSITIONS, centred on
21 444N., 79 192W.
1220 New Edition
09/02/2012
Replace existing note, CHARTS 2579 and 3867: POSITIONS, with accompanying note,
CHART 2579: POSITIONS, centred on 19 239N., 88 590W.
4721
INT 721
1204/12 Delete magenta limit and chart number, Aus 442, in position 9 370S., 131 516E.
1364* ENGLAND - East Coast - Harwich Deep Water Channel - Obstruction. Buoyage.
Source: Trinity House & Fluor Ltd
Note: This update has been included in New Editions of Charts 2692 and 2052 published 29 March 2012
Chart 1183 (INT 1561) [ previous update 1223/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
51 5088N., 1 5534E.
Replace

Q.R Walker with

Q(9)15s Walker
51 5379N., 1 3390E.

Q(9)15s SW Shipwash with

Fl.Y.25s SW Shipwash
51 5475N., 1 3421E.
Chart 1610 (INT 1511) [ previous update 1223/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
51 5088N., 1 5534E.
Replace

Q.R Walker with

Q(9)15s Walker
51 5379N., 1 3390E.

Q(9)15s SW Shipwash with

Fl.Y.25s SW Shipwash
51 5475N., 1 3421E.
North: 53 4050N. East: 0 3720E.
South: 53 2735N. West: 0 0265E.
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1366* IRELAND - West Coast - Bantry Bay - Bear Island Eastwards - Roancarrigmore - Light.
Light List Vol. A, 2011/12, 6442
Source: Commissioners of Irish Lights
Chart 1123 [ previous update 1163/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.WR.5s11/9M
51 392N., 9 448W.
Chart 1125 (INT 1064) [ previous update 4006/11 ] OSI DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.WR.5s11/9M
51 392N., 9 448W.
Chart 1840 [ previous update 849/12 ] OSI DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.WR.5s13m11/9M
(a) 51 3916N., 9 4479W.
sectors at light, as follows:
(a) above
R 50 - 207 (157 )
Obscd 207 - 246 (39 )
R 246 - 312 (66 )
remaining sectors unchanged
Chart 2424 (INT 1613) [ previous update 5317/11 ] OSI DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.WR.5s13m11/9M
(a) 51 3916N., 9 4480W.
sector at light, as follows:
(a) above
R 246 - 312 (66 )
remaining sectors unchanged
1367* WALES - West Coast - Approaches to Milford Haven - Skokholm Island - The Head - Light.
Light List Vol. A, 2011/12, 5282
Source: Trinity House
Chart 1121 (INT 1062) [ previous update 194/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 416N., 5 172W.
Chart 1123 [ previous update 1366/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 416N., 5 172W.
Chart 1178 (INT 1611) [ previous update 1163/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 4163N., 5 1722W.
Chart 1410 (INT 1609) [ previous update 722/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 4163N., 5 1722W.
Chart 1478 [ previous update 194/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 4163N., 5 1722W.
Chart 2878 [ previous update 1226/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 8M
51 4163N., 5 1722W.
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1378* SCOTLAND - North Coast - Scrabster - Works.
Source: Scrabster Harbour Master
Chart 1462 (plan B, Scrabster) [ previous update 5491/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert legend, Works in progress (2012), centred on:
58 36570N., 3 32720W.
1387* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Bute Sound - Isle of Bute - Garroch Head South-westwards - Foul.
Source: Clydeport Notice 25/12
Chart 2131 [ previous update 962/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

55 4190N., 5 0535W.
Chart 2221 [ previous update 4949/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

55 4190N., 5 0535W.
1397* SCOTLAND - East Coast - Saint Abbs Head Southwards - Coldingham Bay - Foul.
Source: mv Sentinel
Chart 160 [ previous update 2984/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

55 5355N., 2 0720W.
Chart 175 [ previous update 815/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

55 5355N., 2 0720W.
1409* ENGLAND - East Coast - Approaches to Felixstowe - Felixstowe Ledge South-south-eastwards -
Buoy.
Source: Harwich Haven Authority Notice 7/12
Note: This update has been included in a New Edition of Chart 2052 published 29 March 2012.
Chart 2693 (INT 1570) [ previous update 3220/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl(5)Y.20s Waverider
51 5629N., 1 2363E.
1430* IRELAND - South Coast - Baltimore - Church Strand Bay - Bull Point North-eastwards - Works.
Source: Irish Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport
Chart 3725 [ previous update 3481/07 ] OSI DATUM
Insert legend, Works in progress (2012), centred on:
51 29250N., 9 22230W.
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1449* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Sound of Mull - Tobermory Habour, Rubh an t-Sean Chaisteil Northwards,
Fiunary Rocks Westwards and Southwards and Sgeir Ghlas North-westwards - Depths.
Wrecks.
Source: mv Seabeam & mv Triad
Chart 2171 [ previous update 30/12 ] OSGB36 DATUM
Insert depth 36
(a) 56 3519N., 5 5907W.
depth 29
5

(b) 56 3283N., 5 5349W.
depth 18
6
and extend 20m contour NW to enclose
(c) 56 3149N., 5 5224W.
Delete depth 43, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 33, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 22
5
, adjacent to:
(c) above
Chart 2390 (plan, Continuation of Sound of Mull) [ previous update 32/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Wk
56 3730N., 6 0386W.

Wk
56 3713N., 6 0357W.
depth 36
(a) 56 3518N., 5 5913W.
Delete depth 43, close NW of:
(a) above
Chart 2390 [ previous update 32/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 36
(a) 56 3518N., 5 5913W.
depth 29
5
enclosed by 30m contour
(b) 56 3282N., 5 5355W.
depth 27 and extend 30m contour W to enclose
(c) 56 3258N., 5 5348W.
depth 28 and extend 30m contour SE to enclose
56 3245N., 5 5331W.
depth 29 enclosed by 30m contour
(d) 56 3241N., 5 5318W.
depth 18
6
and extend 20m contour NW to enclose
56 3148N., 5 5230W.
Delete depth 43, close NW of:
(a) above
depth 33, close NW of:
(b) above
depth 35, adjacent to:
(c) above
depth 33, adjacent to:
(d) above
Chart 2392 [ previous update 30/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Wk
56 3730N., 6 0386W.

Wk
56 3713N., 6 0357W.
Chart 2394 [ previous update 5660/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Wk
56 3730N., 6 0386W.

Wk
56 3713N., 6 0357W.
depth 36
(a) 56 3518N., 5 5913W.
Delete depth 43, close NW of:
(a) above
Chart 2474 (plan E, Tobermory Harbour) [ previous update 4615/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Wk
56 37301N., 6 03859W.

Wk
56 37129N., 6 03573W.
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1450* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Island of Mull - Passage of Tiree - Depths.
Source: mv Icebeam
Chart 1127 (INT 1065) [ previous update 4968/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 44 and extend 50m contour W to enclose
56 298N., 6 371W.
Chart 1778 [ previous update 4615/11 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 36
(a) 56 3045N., 6 3423W.
depth 44 enclosed by 50m contour
(b) 56 2980N., 6 3709W.
depth 31
56 2977N., 6 3430W.
depth 64
56 2580N., 6 3996W.
depth 58
56 2286N., 6 4247W.
Delete depth 43, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 65, adjacent to:
(b) above
Chart 2171 [ previous update 1449/12 ] OSGB36 DATUM
Insert depth 63
(a) 56 3682N., 6 2741W.
depth 62
(b) 56 3601N., 6 2801W.
depth 23
5

(c) 56 3525N., 6 2406W.
depth 25
5

(d) 56 3432N., 6 2354W.
depth 36
(e) 56 3046N., 6 3417W.
depth 44 enclosed by 50m contour
(f) 56 2981N., 6 3703W.
depth 31
(g) 56 2978N., 6 3424W.
depth 64
56 2581N., 6 3990W.
depth 58
56 2287N., 6 4241W.
Delete depth 71, close NW of:
(a) above
depth 73, close W of:
(b) above
depth 30, close NE of:
(c) above
depth 31, close ENE of:
(d) above
depth 43, close SW of:
(e) above
depth 65, close NW of:
(f) above
depth 42, close NNE of:
(g) above
Chart 2635 (INT 1061) [ previous update 618/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 44 and extend 50m contour W to enclose
56 298N., 6 371W.
1408 NORWAY - West Coast - Karmsundet - Lyngholmane Westwards and Southwards -
Submarine pipeline.
Source: Norwegian Notice 4/42838/12
Chart 3212 (plan B, Karmsundet) [ previous update 4395/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1842N., 5 1767E. (shore)
59 1828N., 5 1791E.
59 1824N., 5 1828E.
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1424 NORWAY - South Coast - Oslofjorden - Hank - Hbogen to Uteng North-westwards -
Submarine pipeline.
Source: Norwegian Notice 4/42798/12
Chart 3160 [ previous update 928/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1213N., 10 4730E. (shore)
59 1208N., 10 4766E. (shore)
Chart 3499 [ previous update 1122/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1213N., 10 4730E. (shore)
59 1208N., 10 4766E. (shore)
Chart 3500 [ previous update 4544/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1213N., 10 4730E. (shore)
59 1208N., 10 4766E. (shore)
1451 NORWAY - West Coast - Karmy - krehamn - Submarine pipelines.
Source: Norwegian Notice 4/42754/12
Chart 3546 (plan A, krehamn) [ previous update 5339/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1613N., 5 1102E.
(existing pipeline)
59 1611N., 5 1085E.
and
59 1588N., 5 1101E.
(existing pipeline)
59 1593N., 5 1086E.
59 1592N., 5 1046E.
Chart 3546 [ previous update 5339/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
59 1613N., 5 1102E.
(existing pipeline)
59 1611N., 5 1085E.
and
59 1588N., 5 1101E.
(existing pipeline)
59 1593N., 5 1086E.
59 1592N., 5 1046E.
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1361 DENMARK - East Coast - Kattegat - Approaches to Limfjorden - Hals Eastwards and South-south-eastwards
and Mulbjerg Krog - Buoyage.
Source: Danish Chart Correction 7/52/12
Chart 429 (INT 1382) [ previous update 5222/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

56 5978N., 10 2114E.
56 5742N., 10 1970E.
Chart 894 [ previous update New Edition 23/02/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

56 5978N., 10 2114E.
56 5742N., 10 1970E.

56 5506N., 10 1713E.
1362 SWEDEN - East Coast - Lule North-eastwards - Siknsfjrden - Legend. Restricted area.
Cautionary note.
Source: Swedish Notice 391/7692/12
Chart 2302 [ previous update 1181/12 ] FINNISH DATUM
Delete legend, Restricted Area (see Note), centred on:
65 4980N., 22 4500E.
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
65 5275N., 22 4080E.(shore)
65 5290N., 22 4290E.(shore)
65 5325N., 22 4300E.(shore)
and
65 4720N., 22 4300E.(shore)
65 4780N., 22 4700E.(shore)
65 4940N., 22 5010E.(shore)
note, RESTRICTED AREA, centred on:
65 3875N., 21 4900E.
1363 FINLAND - West Coast - Gulf of Bothnia - Hailuoto North-westwards and Kemi South-westwards -
Depths.
Source: Finnish Chart 60
Chart 2252 [ previous update 5305/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Replace depth 7
9
with depth 7
65 156N., 24 072E.
Chart 2302 [ previous update 1362/12 ] FINNISH DATUM
Insert depth 9
8
enclosed by 10m contour
(a) 65 0745N., 24 2020E.
depth 7
(b) 65 1555N., 24 0690E.
depth 10
2

65 2295N., 24 0690E.
Replace depth 12
5
with depth 11
5

65 2210N., 23 5850E.
depth 11
2
with depth 12
65 3030N., 24 2120E.
Delete depth 10
4
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 7
9
, adjacent to:
(b) above
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1385 LITHUANIA - ventoji Westwards - Buoy. Depths.
Source: Lithuanian Chart 562520
Chart 2231 (INT 1277) [ previous update 386/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Iso.4s (Apr - Nov)


56 0202N., 21 0380E.
depth 13
6
enclosed by 15m contour
(a) 56 0264N., 21 0178E.
depth 17
2

(b) 56 0253N., 20 5720E.
depth 14
7
enclosed by 15m contour
56 0232N., 21 0047E.
Delete depth 16
2
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 18
8
, close NW of:
(b) above
1425 SWEDEN - East Coast - Norra Kvarken - Holmgadd - Restricted area. Cautionary note.
Source: Swedish Notice 391/7691/12
Chart 893 (INT 1175) [ previous update 5305/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
limit of restricted area,

, and associated legend,


RESTRICTED AREA, joining:
63 3911N., 20 4615E.
63 3880N., 20 5205E.
63 3335N., 20 4710E.
63 3490N., 20 3960E.
Chart 2300 [ previous update 5305/11 ] FINNISH DATUM
Delete
limit of restricted area,

, and associated legend, Restricted


Area (see Note), joining:
63 3910N., 20 4665E.
63 3900N., 20 4910E. (shore)
and
63 3895N., 20 5091E. (shore)
63 3890N., 20 5250E.
63 3335N., 20 4750E.
63 3495N., 20 3995E.
note, RESTRICTED AREAS, centred on:
62 4750N., 22 4700E.
1439 SWEDEN - West Coast - Southern Approaches to Gteborg - Lngh Eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. C, 2011/12, 0644
Source: Swedish Notice 392/7726/12
Chart 858 (INT 1316) [ previous update 74/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

Fl R 3s (occas), from:
57 3772N., 11 5244E.
to:
57 3768N., 11 5238E.
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1440 SWEDEN - West Coast - The Sound - Lundkrabukten - Pilot boarding place.
ALRS Vol. 6(2), 2011/12: (12/12)
Source: Swedish Notice 392/7738/12
Chart 903 (INT 1333) [ previous update 1148/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move
+
, from:
55 465N., 12 507E.
to:
55 4665N., 12 5174E.
Chart 2115 [ previous update 1148/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move
+
, from:
55 465N., 12 504E.
to:
55 4665N., 12 5174E.
Chart 2594 (INT 1331) [ previous update 1148/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move
+
, from:
55 465N., 12 507E.
to:
55 4665N., 12 5174E.
1374 NETHERLANDS - Entrance to the Ems - Hubertgat and Horsborngat - Buoyage.
Source: Netherlands Notice 8/101/12
Note: Former Notice 1891(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart 3631 (INT 1461) [ previous update 1050/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q
53 3453N., 6 2760E.
53 3423N., 6 3441E.

53 3376N., 6 3430E.

53 3381N., 6 3559E.

53 3408N., 6 3305E.
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1433 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - Ostfriesland North-westwards - Submarine power cable.
Source: German Chart 87 & German Hydrographic Office
Note: This update will be included in a New Edition of Chart 1635 to be published 5 April 2012.
Chart 1423 (INT 1045) [ previous update 1159/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
53 566N., 6 562E.
(existing cable)
54 001N., 6 560E.
54 074N., 6 447E.
54 077N., 6 431E.
54 180N., 6 272E.
54 189N., 6 178E.
54 184N., 6 080E.
54 212N., 6 015E. (

)
Chart 1633 (INT 1417) [ previous update 1067/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
54 0787N., 6 4290E.
(E border)
54 1300N., 6 3496E.
(N border)
1441 NETHERLANDS - Maasvlakte Southwards - Mississippihaven - Buoy.
Source: Netherlands Notice 10/131/12
Chart 207 (INT 1465) (part A, Nieuwe Waterweg and Europoort) [ previous update 242/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

LFl.G.5s M3, from:


51 5637N., 4 0394E.
to:
51 5639N., 4 0406E.
1442 NETHERLANDS - Den Helder North-eastwards - Malzwin - Buoy.
Source: Netherlands Notice 10/132/12
Chart 1546 (INT 1470) [ previous update 256/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

52 5912N., 4 5002E.
1443 NETHERLANDS - Texel Westwards - Obstruction.
Source: Netherlands Notice 10/118/12
Chart 126 (INT 1468) [ previous update 256/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
53 0477N., 4 3385E.
Chart 1631 (INT 1418) [ previous update 1065/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
53 0477N., 4 3385E.
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1444* NORTH SEA - United Kingdom Sector - Brown Ridge South-westwards - Obstruction.
Source: Yarmouth Coastguard
Chart 1408 [ previous update 1065/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
52 2332N., 2 4938E.
Chart 1504 (INT 1510) [ previous update 1004/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
52 2332N., 2 4938E.
Chart 1631 (INT 1418) [ previous update 1443/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
52 2332N., 2 4938E.
Chart 2182A (INT 1043) [ previous update 1311/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Unexploded Ordnance
52 2332N., 2 4938E.
1445 NETHERLANDS - Den Haag Westwards - Buoyage.
Source: Netherlands Notice 10/116/12
Note: Former Notice 4120(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart 122 (INT 1472) [ previous update 1320/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s ZM A
52 0267N., 4 1005E.

VQ(9)10s ZM B
52 0330N., 4 0998E.

Q(9)15s ZM C
52 0385N., 4 1063E.

Q ZM D
52 0410N., 4 1162E.
Chart 1630 (INT 1416) [ previous update 1320/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(6)+LFl.15s ZM A
52 0267N., 4 1005E.

VQ(9)10s ZM B
52 0330N., 4 0998E.

Q(9)15s ZM C
52 0385N., 4 1063E.

Q ZM D
52 0410N., 4 1162E.
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1354 SPAIN - North Coast - La Corua - Nueva Drsena de Oza - Jetty. Lights. Mooring buoy.
Light List Vol. D, 2011/12, 1723.58, 1723.59
Source: Spanish Notice 8/42/12
Chart 1110 (INT 1857) [ previous update 3084/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert jetty, single firm line, joining:
(a) 43 21086N., 8 23055W.
(b) 43 21071N., 8 23092W.

Fl.R
(a) above

Fl.G
(b) above
Delete symbol, can mooring buoy, close SW of:
(a) above
1360 SPAIN - North Coast - Pasaia (Pasajes) - Pasai Donibane North-westwards - Ermita de Santa Ana -
Light.
Light List Vol. D, 2011/12, 1470
Source: Spanish Lights List
Chart 1157 [ previous update 611/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Q.R.34m5M
43 19559N., 1 55166W.
1365* FRANCE - North Coast - Dunkerque Northwards - Fairy Bank Westwards - Automatic Identification
System.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: (11/12)
Source: French Notice 8/27/12
Chart 323 (INT 1564) [ previous update 1222/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2079N., 2 1094E.
Chart 1406 [ previous update 1223/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2088N., 2 1092E.
Chart 1610 (INT 1511) [ previous update 1364/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2084N., 2 1090E.
Chart 1872 [ previous update 1221/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2080N., 2 1094E.
Chart 1873 (INT 1480) [ previous update 1221/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2079N., 2 1094E.
Chart 2449 [ previous update 1223/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
51 2080N., 2 1095E.
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1384 SPAIN - West Coast - Ria de Pontevedra - Marin Westwards and Isla Ons Eastwards - Anchor berths.
Reported anchorage. Anchorage area. Legend. Cautionary note.
Source: Spanish Notice 5/24/12
Note: This update will be included in a New Edition of Chart 1732 to be published 12 April 2012.
Chart 1733 [ previous update 164/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

FP1, centred on:


42 2418N., 8 4320W.

FP2, centred on:


42 2400N., 8 4354W.

FP3, centred on:


42 2382N., 8 4385W.

FP4, centred on:


42 2364N., 8 4418W.
Delete
'
42 2412N., 8 4339W.
Chart 1734 [ previous update 4390/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of anchorage area, pecked line, joining:
42 2299N., 8 5510W.
(E border)
42 2295N., 8 5530W.
42 2170N., 8 5530W.
42 2170N., 8 5510W.
(E border)

A1, centred on:


42 2270N., 8 5516W.

A2, centred on:


42 2230N., 8 5516W.

A3, centred on:


42 2190N., 8 5516W.
legend, MOORING BERTHS (see Note), centred on:
42 2240N., 8 5530W.
the accompanying note, MOORING BERTHS, centred on:
42 2097N., 9 0663W.
1391 FRANCE - North Coast - Pointe de Barfleur Eastwards - Depth.
Source: French Notice 9/31/12
Chart 1114 [ previous update 980/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 17
7
enclosed by 20m contour
49 4178N., 1 1387W.
Chart 2135 [ previous update 980/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 17
7
enclosed by 20m contour
49 4178N., 1 1387W.
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1436 FRANCE - North Coast - Baie de Seine - Dives-Sur-Mer North-north-westwards - Houlgate - Buoyage. Light.
Landmark.
Light List Vol. A, 2011/12, 1374
Source: French Notice 9/29/12
Chart 1349 (INT 1759) (plan F, Dives-Sur-Mer) [ previous update 2619/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

No1 with

VQ.G No1
49 18495N., 0 05672W.

No2 with

VQ.R No2
49 18505N., 0 05561W.

Oc(2+1)WRG.12s6m and associated sectors with

LtHo
49 17797N., 0 05218W.
Chart 2146 (INT 1750) [ previous update 5829/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

No1 with

VQ.G No1
49 1850N., 0 0567W.

No2 with

VQ.R No2
49 1850N., 0 0556W.

Dir Oc(2+1)WRG.12s6m and associated sectors with


LtHo
49 1780N., 0 0522W.
Chart 2613 (INT 1705) [ previous update 1279/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Oc(2+1)WRG.12/9M
49 1780N., 0 0522W.
Chart 2656 [ previous update 1279/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete

Oc(2+1)WRG.12-9M
49 1780N., 0 0522W.
1349 GREECE - West Coast - Limnas Ptron - Ptra South-westwards - Breakwater. Depths. Light.
Buoy.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 3927
Source: Greek Notice 12/232/11
Chart 2404 (plan G, Limnas Ptron) [ previous update New Edition 29/07/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to breakwater,
depths, light and buoy, centred on:
38 1481N., 21 4354E.
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1350 TURKEY - Black Sea Coast - Amasra, Ereli Westwards and Kefken Adasi Eastwards - Legends. Anchorage
areas. Rock.
Source: Turkish Notices 1/1/12, 2/5/12, 3/10/12 & 4/18/12
Chart 1275 (plan A, Amasra) [ previous update 1811/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert legend, Works in progress (2012), centred on:
41 4482N., 32 2358E.
Chart 1275 (plan D, Ereli) [ previous update 1811/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to anchorage
areas, centred on:
41 1522N., 31 2251E.
limit of anchorage area, pecked line, joining:
41 1682N., 31 2407E.(shore)
41 1626N., 31 2463E.(shore)

41 1612N., 31 2485E.
Amend
legend to, No 4
'
Vessels under 1600 GT, centred on:
41 1663N., 31 2489E.
Delete former limit of anchorage area, pecked line, joining:
41 1724N., 31 2463E.(shore)
41 1704N., 31 2442E.
41 1692N., 31 2452E.(shore)
and
41 1691N., 31 2453E.(shore)
41 1613N., 31 2486E.(shore)
Chart 1275 [ previous update 1811/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to anchorage
areas and legends, centred on:
41 1545N., 31 2300E.
Chart 2238 [ previous update 1075/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of explosives anchorage area, pecked line, joining:
41 1244N., 30 2318E.
41 1184N., 30 2558E.
41 1034N., 30 2558E.
41 1114N., 30 2318E.
limit of anchorage area, pecked line, joining:
41 0794N., 30 4276E.
41 0694N., 30 4458E.
41 0594N., 30 4458E.
41 0694N., 30 4276E.
Delete limit of anchorage area, pecked line, centred on:
41 084N., 30 510E.
1370 GREECE - West Coast - Approaches to Igoumentsa - kra Drpanon - Light-beacons.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 3873.1, 3873.2, 3873.3
Source: Greek Notices 1/18/12, 1/22/12 & 1/24/12
Chart 2408 (plan, Approaches to Igoumentsa) [ previous update New Edition 29/07/2010 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.3s7m3M
39 3032N., 20 1356E.
39 3036N., 20 1322E.

Fl(3)Y.10s7m3M
39 3023N., 20 1335E.
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1379 TURKEY - Marmara Denizi - Tuzla Koyu - Mooring buoys.
Source: Turkish Notice 4/20/12
Chart 497 (plan, Tuzla to zmit) [ previous update 932/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move
~
(2 buoys), from:
40 4840N., 29 1653E.
to:
40 4800N., 29 1607E.
Chart 1015 (INT 3754) [ previous update 393/12 ] ED50 DATUM
Insert symbol, can mooring buoy
40 4806N., 29 1610E.
40 4810N., 29 1605E.
Delete symbol, can mooring buoy
(a) 40 4848N., 29 1661E.
symbol, can mooring buoy, close SW of:
(a) above
1380 GREECE - Aegean Sea Coast - Nsos Smos - Pythagreion - Maritime limit. Works.
Source: Greek Notice 8/159/11
Chart 1526 (plan H, Pythagreion) [ previous update 2499/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 37 41242N., 26 56721E.
(shore)
(b) 37 41220N., 26 56893E.
37 41207N., 26 56893E.
(shore)
legend, Works in progress (2011), close N of:
(a)-(b) above
1383 RUSSIA - Black Sea Coast - Tamanskiy Poluostrov - Approaches to Port Taman - Mys Panagiya Southwards
- Restricted area.
Source: Russian Notice 9/1268/12
Chart 2216 [ previous update 5825/11 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert circular limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, radius 05M,
pecked line, centred on:
45 0754N., 36 3792E.
Chart 2242 [ previous update 5825/11 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert circular limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, radius 05M,
pecked line, centred on:
45 0754N., 36 3792E.
1389 GREECE - West Coast - Patraks Klpos - Ptrai - Coastline.
Source: Greek Notice 1/17/12
Chart 1676 [ previous update 310/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert coastline, single firm line, joining:
(a) 38 1340N., 21 4322E.(shore)
(b) 38 1345N., 21 4307E.
(c) 38 1388N., 21 4322E.
(d) 38 1404N., 21 4336E.
(e) 38 1407N., 21 4346E.(shore)
Delete former coastline, joining:
(a) above
(e) above
charted detail, within:
(a)-(e) above
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1390 FRANCE - South Coast - Rade de Marseille and Embouchure du Rhne Southwards - Wrecks.
Source: French Notice 9/50/12
Chart 151 (INT 3196) [ previous update 5289/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
(a) 43 1773N., 5 1923E.

Wk
(b) 43 1901N., 5 1935E.
Delete

Wk, adjacent to:


(a) above
(b) above
Chart 153 (INT 3195) [ previous update 5289/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
43 1901N., 5 1935E.
Chart 155 (INT 3192) [ previous update 1150/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
(a) 43 177N., 4 516E.
Delete

, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 2116 [ previous update 407/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
(a) 43 177N., 4 516E.
Delete

, adjacent to:
(a) above
1418 MALTA - Approaches to Valletta Harbours - Buoyage. Automatic Identification System.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: (13/12)
Source: Maltese Notice 4/12
Chart 177 [ previous update 874/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFI.10s Fairway
35 54748N., 14 32511E.
Chart 194 [ previous update 874/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFI.10s Fairway
(a) 35 5475N., 14 3251E.
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s and associated Automatic Identification


System, AIS, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 2537 [ previous update 874/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFI.10s Fairway
(a) 35 5475N., 14 3251E.
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s and associated Automatic Identification


System, AIS, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 2538 [ previous update 874/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFI.10s Fairway
(a) 35 5475N., 14 3251E.
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s and associated Automatic Identification


System, AIS, adjacent to:
(a) above
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1419 TURKEY - Black Sea Coast - Samsun South-eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 5801.1
Source: Turkish Notice 5/23/12
Chart 1274 (plan B, Approaches to Samsun) [ previous update 1136/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.10s10m5M
41 1506N., 36 2665E.
1426 GREECE - Aegean Sea Coast - Approaches to Thessalonki - kra Meglo mvolo Westwards - Fog signal.
Buoy.
Source: Greek Notice 1/20/12 & ENC GR4APP20
Chart 2070 [ previous update 374/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert fog signal, Horn Mo(T)20s, at light-buoy
40 2993N., 22 4747E.
fog signal, Horn Mo(U)30s, at light-buoy
40 3011N., 22 4611E.
Replace

Fl(3)G.9s with

Fl(2)G.9s
40 3073N., 22 4870E.
1427 TURKEY - South Coast - Mersin Krfezi - Deli Br. - Light.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 5873.8
Source: Turkish Notice 5/27/12
Chart 183 [ previous update 599/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl(2)10M
36 436N., 34 542E.
Chart 2632 [ previous update 195/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
36 436N., 34 544E.
1437 SPAIN - Islas Baleares - Mallorca, West Coast - Palma Nova Westwards -
Submarine power cable.
Source: Spanish Notice 8/44/12 & Spanish Hydrographic Office
Chart 1702 [ previous update 2813/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
39 3101N., 2 2878E. (shore)
39 2649N., 2 1013E.
39 2644N., 2 0578E.
Chart 1703 [ previous update 2813/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
39 3101N., 2 2878E. (shore)
39 2649N., 2 1013E.
39 2644N., 2 0578E.
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1438 TUNISIA - Bancs Kerkenah and Louza - Wreck. Lights.
Light List Vol. E, 2011/12, 6364, 6364.2
Source: Tunisian Notice 3/57/12 & Tunisian Lights List
Chart 3403 (INT 3216) [ previous update 948/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

34 532N., 11 355E.
Amend light to, Fl.R.5s6M & Fl.G.4s6M
35 025N., 11 019E.
1446 SPAIN - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Sagunto Eastwards - Submarine power cable.
Source: Spanish Notice 7/38/12 & Spanish Hydrographic Office
Chart 1460 [ previous update New Edition 14/04/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
39 3921N., 0 1247W. (shore)
39 3935N., 0 1180W.
39 3989N., 0 1016W.
39 3992N., 0 0922W.
39 3982N., 0 0875W.
(E border)
Chart 1701 [ previous update 289/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine power cable,

, joining:
39 3921N., 0 1247W. (shore)
39 3992N., 0 0922W.
39 3372N., 0 1671E.
1323* SAUDI ARABIA - East Coast - Saffa
-
n
-
yah Oilfield North-eastwards and Khafj
-
Oilfield South-eastwards -
Restricted areas. Fouls. Depth.
Source: UKHO
Chart 1224 [ previous update 3082/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
28 2707N., 48 5891E.
(existing limit)
28 2660N., 48 5910E.
(limit of plan)
Chart 2847 (INT 7018) [ previous update 149/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to restricted
areas, centred on:
28 240N., 48 591E.
Chart 2858 (INT 750) [ previous update 238/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to restricted
areas, centred on:
28 200N., 48 400E.
Chart 2882 (INT 7264) [ previous update 761/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to restricted
areas, centred on:
28 2590N., 49 0040E.
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Chart 2884 (INT 7278) [ previous update 149/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
28 285N., 49 027E.
(existing limit)
28 270N., 49 033E.
(S border)
Chart 3773 [ previous update 5578/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
28 2705N., 48 5890E.
(existing limit)
28 2425N., 49 0000E. (buoy)
Chart 3774 [ previous update 4676/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to restricted
areas, fouls and depth, centred on:
28 2542N., 49 0200E.
1355* EGYPT - Red Sea Coast - Safaga (Bu
-
r Safa
-
jah) Eastwards - Buoy.
Source: ms Thomson Celebration
Chart 3043 (INT 7131) (plan A, Safaga (Bu
-
r Safa
-
jah)) [ previous update 2161/08 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y
26 4419N., 33 5705E.
1420 SAUDI ARABIA - Red Sea Coast - Ras al Lakk Westwards - Depth.
Source: UKHO
Chart 159 (INT 7010) [ previous update 1948/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 587
24 202N., 36 596E.
1323* SAUDI ARABIA - East Coast - Saffa
-
n
-
yah Oilfield North-eastwards and Khafj
-
Oilfield South-eastwards -
Restricted areas. Fouls. Depth. (continued)
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1373 INDIA - West Coast - Approaches to Kochi (Cochin) - Depths. Reported anchorages.
Source: Indian Chart 2029
Chart 1565 [ previous update 570/12 ] INDIAN DATUM
Insert depth 13
2

(a) 9 559N., 76 086E.
'
9 564N., 76 056E.
Delete depth 14
6

9 560N., 76 105E.
depth 18, close SSE of:
(a) above
'
9 586N., 76 088E.
Chart 1566 [ previous update 5889/11 ] INDIAN DATUM
Insert depth 13
2

(a) 9 559N., 76 086E.
'
9 564N., 76 056E.
Delete depth 14
6

9 560N., 76 105E.
depth 18, close SSE of:
(a) above
'
9 586N., 76 088E.
1429 INDIAN OCEAN - La Runion - Saint-Gilles les Bains - Cap des Chameaux North-eastwards and South-
westwards - Beacon. Buoy.
Source: French Notice 8/104/12
Chart 1495 (INT 7736) (plan A, Port de Saint-Gilles les Bains) [ previous update New Edition 01/03/2012 ] WGS84
DATUM
Move

PR 10, from:
21 03130S., 55 13379E.
to:
21 03202S., 55 13430E.
Chart 1495 (INT 7736) [ previous update New Edition 01/03/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

FAD
21 0799S., 55 1080E.
1348 INDONESIA - Sumatera - Pulau Bangka - P. Berikat Northwards - Platforms. Submarine pipelines.
Depth.
Source: Indonesian Chart 104
Chart 1312 [ previous update 4694/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to platforms
and submarine pipelines, centred on:
2 130S., 106 583E.
Chart 2137 [ previous update 3662/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to platforms,
submarine pipelines and depth, centred on:
2 1775S., 106 5730E.
Chart 2873 [ previous update 4500/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to platforms
and submarine pipelines, centred on:
2 182S., 106 570E.
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1431 INDONESIA - Sumatera - North West Coast - Pulau Breueh North-westwards - P. Benggala -
Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 1301
Source: Indonesian Notice 9/73/12
Chart 2777 [ previous update 4069/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.5s15M
5 475N., 94 582E.
Chart 2917 (plan A, Selat Benggala and Alur Pelayaran Malaka) [ previous update 689/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Fl.5s28m15M
5 4768N., 94 5818E.
1324 TAIWAN - West Coast - Tai-chung - Central Dock, North Dock and West Pier - Berths. Coastline. Lights.
Buoyage. Depths. Legends. Light-beacon.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 4660.635, 4660.637, 4660.94
Source: Taiwanese Chart 60701
Chart 2618 (Plan A, Tai-chung) [ previous update 120/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new berths and amendments
to coastline, lights, buoyage, depths and legends, centred on:
24 1598N., 120 3065E.
depth 10
5

(a) 24 1704N., 120 3156E.
Amend light-beacon to, F.WRG.43m17M
24 1696N., 120 3142E.
Delete depth 11
3
, close W of:
(a) above
Chart 3231 [ previous update 968/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 17M
24 1698N., 120 3140E.
1356 CHINA - East Coast - Taiwan Strait - Approaches to Dongshan Wan - Gulei Tou Westwards and Gulei
Bandao Westwards and South-westwards - Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notice 9/245/12
Chart 1767 (plan, Dongshan Wan Anchorage) [ previous update 4297/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.R.4s No 6
23 4405N., 117 3424E.

Fl(2)R.6s No 7
23 4530N., 117 3443E.

Fl.R.4s No 8
23 4633N., 117 3455E.
Move

Fl.G.4s H3, from:


23 4617N., 117 3476E.
to:
23 4599N., 117 3465E.
Delete

Fl.R.4s H2
23 4549N., 117 3457E.
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1357 CHINA - South Coast - Nanao Dao North-eastwards - Laoniu Jiao -
Automatic Identification System.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3596
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: (11/12)
Source: Chinese Notice 8/208/12
Chart 1760 [ previous update 1220/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light
23 316N., 117 121E.
Chart 1792 [ previous update 682/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light
23 3157N., 117 1209E.
1358 CHINA - South Coast - Fangcheng Gang - Dapai Jiao North-westwards - Buoy.
Source: Chinese Notice 8/214/12
Chart 41 (plan A, Fangcheng Gang) [ previous update 1191/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Mo(O)Y.12s No 3
21 3140N., 108 2388E.
1359 CHINA - South Coast - Beihai - Beihai Gang Westwards - Buoy.
Source: Chinese Notice 8/215/12
Chart 41 (plan B, Beihai) [ previous update 1358/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Mo(O)Y.12s No 10
21 2890N., 109 0233E.
1377 TAIWAN - North Coast - Taipei Kang - Depths.
Source: Taiwanese Chart 0354A
Chart 3658 (plan, Taipei Kang) [ previous update 968/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 3
2
enclosed by 5m contour
25 0941N., 121 2237E.
depth 13
9

25 0970N., 121 2311E.
depth 14
2

(a) 25 0984N., 121 2341E.
depth 9
8
and extend 10m contour NW to enclose
25 0940N., 121 2339E.
depth 10
5

(b) 25 0989N., 121 2362E.
Delete depth 15
6
, close SW of:
(a) above
depth 12
2
, adjacent to:
(b) above
1381 CHINA - Bo Hai - Jinzhou Gang - Basin No 5 South-westwards - Depth.
Source: Chinese Chart 11552
Chart 1221 [ previous update New Edition 23/02/2012 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Replace depth 14
3
with depth 12
2

40 4750N., 121 0380E.
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1392 CHINA - South Coast - Zhu Jiang - Lianhuashan Donghangdao and Chisha Shuidao North-westwards -
Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notices 9/248-249/12
Chart 346 [ previous update 866/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2)G.6s No 6-1
22 5833N., 113 3251E.

Fl.R.4s No 1
23 0372N., 113 2920E.

Fl(2)R.6s No 2
23 0371N., 113 2908E.

VQ(6)+LFl.10s No 3
23 0379N., 113 2903E.

VQ(6)+LFl.10s No 4
23 0388N., 113 2881E.
1393 CHINA - East Coast - Zhitou Yang - Xiaogan Dao Southwards - Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notice 9/238/12
Chart 1130 [ previous update 5535/11 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Delete

Fl(2)5s
29 5672N., 122 1386E.
29 5689N., 122 1382E.
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1416 CHINA - South Coast - Zhujiang Kou - Nansha Gangku - Nansha Gang Container Wharf Eastwards and
Gongsha Shuidao - Anchorage No 3 - Buoyage. Automatic Identification Systems.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13:(12/12)
Source: Chinese Notices 9/250-251/12
Chart 343 (plan, Nansha Gang) [ previous update 1183/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2+1)R.6s No 42
(a) 22 3855N., 113 4161E.
Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
(a) above
Move

Fl(2)G.6s No 43, from:


22 3873N., 113 4172E.
to:
22 3858N., 113 4176E.
Delete

Fl(2)R.6s No 42 and associated Automatic


Identification system, AIS
22 3805N., 113 4171E.

Fl(2)R.6s No 44
22 3869N., 113 4157E.
Chart 343 [ previous update 1183/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2+1)R.6s No 42
(a) 22 3855N., 113 4161E.
Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
(a) above
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No1
22 3963N., 113 4466E.
symbol, blue and yellow emergency wreck marking buoy,
Al.Fl.BuY.3s No2
22 3980N., 113 4467E.
Move

Fl(2)G.6s No 43, from:


22 3873N., 113 4172E.
to:
22 3858N., 113 4176E.
Delete

Fl(2)R.6s No 42 and associated Automatic


Identification System, AIS
22 3805N., 113 4171E.

Fl(2)R.6s No 44
22 3869N., 113 4157E.
1417 CHINA - South Coast - Zhujiang Kou - Chiwan Gang Southwards - Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notice 9/253/12
Chart 342 [ previous update New Edition 06/10/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.G.4s No 2
22 27895N., 113 52967E.
Amend designation of light-buoy to, No 4
22 28172N., 113 52868E.
No 3 light-buoy to, Fl.G.4s
22 28335N., 113 52930E.
1421 CHINA - East Coast - Taizhou Wan - Taizhou Qiantan and Beiyang Haitu - Legends.
Source: Chinese Notices 9/265(T)-266(T)/12
Chart 1738 [ previous update 5703/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert legend, Being reclaimed (2012), centred on:
28 3707N., 121 3437E.
28 4300N., 121 4120E.
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1422 CHINA - South Coast - Meizhou Wan - Fujian LNG Terminal Southwards and Fujian Oil Terminal North-
eastwards - Lights.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3627.689, 3627.751, 3627.6885, 3627.7515
Source: Chinese Notice 9/242/12
Chart 1736 [ previous update 968/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Iso.G.4s16m3M
25 1261N., 118 5969E.

Iso.G.2s16m3M
25 1250N., 118 5987E.

Fl.R.5s12m3M
25 1070N., 118 5887E.

Fl.R.3s11m3M
25 1051N., 118 5892E.
1435 CHINA - East Coast - Fodu Shuidao - Tingzi Men - Rock. Light. Buoy.
Light List Vol. F, 2011/12, 3692.28
Source: Chinese Notice 9/239/12
Chart 1126 [ previous update 113/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Replace

with

Fl.2s12m4M
(a) 29 4585N., 122 0054E.
Delete

Q, close N of:
(a) above
1328 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- East Coast - Ishinomaki Ko - Coastline. Foul.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/200/12
Chart JP 54 [ previous update 632/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to coastline
and foul, centred on:
38 2270N., 141 1870E.
1329 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Aki Nada - Southern Part - Fish haven. Depths. Wrecks. Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5655
Source: Japanese Notice 10/201/12
Chart JP 141 [ previous update 517/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new fish haven and
amendments to depths and wreck, centred on:
34 03 04"N., 132 34 28"E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 518/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to fish havens,
depths and wrecks, centred on:
34 02 56"N., 132 31 56"E.
Chart 3602 [ previous update 5044/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
34 0415N., 132 3234E.
Delete

PA
34 0280N., 132 3606E.

Wk
34 0195N., 132 3308E.
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1330 JAPAN - Hokkaido
-
- South Coast - Erimo Misaki North-westwards - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 6800
Source: Japanese Notice 10/202/12
Chart JP 1030 [ previous update 2514/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 3M
41 567N., 143 131E.
Chart JP 1032 [ previous update 5862/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 3M
41 568N., 143 131E.
1331 JAPAN - Hokkaido
-
- South Coast - Tokachi Ko - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 6809
Source: Japanese Notice 10/203/12
Chart JP 1030 [ previous update 1330/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
42 1805N., 143 2040E.
Chart JP 1032 [ previous update 1330/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
42 1805N., 143 2040E.
1332 JAPAN - Hokkaido
-
- South Coast - Kushiro Ko Eastwards - Konbumori - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 6826
Source: Japanese Notice 10/204/12
Chart JP 1032 [ previous update 1331/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 11M
42 569N., 144 313E.
1333 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- East coast - Miyako Ko Northwards - Nohara - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 6604.5
Source: Japanese Notice 10/208/12
Chart JP 53 [ previous update 266/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl R 3M
39 4387N., 141 5850E.
Chart JP 54 [ previous update 1328/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl R 3M
39 4387N., 141 5850E.
1334 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Wakayama - Ushi-no-Hana - Fish haven.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/210/12
Chart JP 1150 [ previous update 47/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

34 11 022"N., 135 09 187"E.


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1335 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Wakayama - Outer Harbour - Lights. Breakwater. Buoyage.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/211/12
Chart JP 1150 [ previous update 1334/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

R Lt
(a) 34 12 538"N., 135 07 084"E.
breakwater, double firm line, width 15m, joining:
(a) above
(b) 34 12 535"N., 135 07 100"E.
(existing breakwater)

(Y Lt)
34 12 536"N., 135 07 146"E.
34 12 525"N., 135 07 207"E.
34 12 504"N., 135 07 313"E.
Delete

R Lt
(b) above
1336 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Naruto Kaikyo - Shio Saki Westwards - Fish haven.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/212/12
Chart JP 112 [ previous update 5866/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of fish haven, dotted line, joining:
(a) 34 11 304"N., 134 42 482"E.
(existing limit)
34 11 252"N., 134 42 523"E.
34 11 215"N., 134 42 454"E.
(b) 34 11 288"N., 134 42 389"E.
(existing limit)
Delete former limit of fish haven, dotted line, joining:
(a) above
(b) above
Chart JP 150C [ previous update 50/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of fish haven, dotted line, joining:
(a) 34 1151N., 134 4280E.
(existing limit)
34 1142N., 134 4287E.
34 1136N., 134 4276E.
(b) 34 1148N., 134 4265E.
(existing limit)
Delete former limit of fish haven, dotted line, joining:
(a) above
(b) above
1337 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Awaji Shima - Maruyama Saki - Lights.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5811
Source: Japanese Notice 10/213/12
Chart JP 106 [ previous update 742/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl G 4M
(a) 34 1723N., 134 3935E.
Delete

Iso 4s 4M, close NE of:


(a) above
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1338 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Ieshima Shoto - Futon Shima - Fish haven.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/214/12
Chart JP 106 [ previous update 1337/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

34 4070N., 134 3683E.


1339 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Itsuku Shima to O-Nasabi Shima - Submarine power cable.
Submarine cable.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/215/12
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 1329/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
submarine power cable,

, joining:
34 167N., 132 206E. (shore)
34 165N., 132 218E. (shore)
Chart 3602 [ previous update 1329/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
submarine cable,

, joining:
34 167N., 132 206E. (shore)
34 165N., 132 218E. (shore)
1340 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Heigun Suido - Senba Saki - Light-beacon.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5627
Source: Japanese Notice 10/217/12
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 518/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light-beacon to, 5M
33 4995N., 132 0880E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 1339/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light-beacon to, 5M
33 4995N., 132 0880E.
1341 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Iyo Nada - Hojiro Shima - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5412
Source: Japanese Notice 10/219/12
Chart JP 1101 [ previous update 637/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.3s 38m 7M
33 440N., 132 009E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 1340/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.3s 38m 7M
33 440N., 132 009E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 1340/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.3s 38m 7M
33 440N., 132 009E.
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1342 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Suo Nada - Ushi Shima - Kaitsuke Hana - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 5406.7
Source: Japanese Notice 10/220/12
Chart JP 1101 [ previous update 1341/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 5230N., 132 0105E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 1341/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 5230N., 132 0105E.
Chart JP 1108 [ previous update 1341/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 5M
33 5230N., 132 0105E.
1343 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Matsuyama Ko - Takahama - Fish haven. Depth.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/221/12
Chart JP 141 [ previous update 1329/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

(a) 33 5317N., 132 4197E.


Delete depth 9
5
, adjacent to:
(a) above
1344 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Iyo Nada - Himeshima Suido - Kunisaki Ko North-westwards - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2011/12, 4966
Source: Japanese Notice 10/222/12
Chart JP 1101 [ previous update 1342/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl R 3M
33 3628N., 131 4323E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 1342/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl R 3M
33 3628N., 131 4323E.
1345 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Beppu Wan - Kitsuki Wan - Spoil ground.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/223/12
Chart JP 1101 [ previous update 1344/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of spoil ground, pecked line, joining:
33 2390N., 131 3918E.
33 2355N., 131 3930E.
33 2355N., 131 3923E.
33 2390N., 131 3911E.
Chart JP 1102 [ previous update 1344/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of spoil ground, pecked line, joining:
33 2390N., 131 3918E.
33 2355N., 131 3930E.
33 2355N., 131 3923E.
33 2390N., 131 3911E.
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1371 RUSSIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Zaliv Petra Velikogo - Mys Bryusa - Pilot boarding place. Recommended
track.
Source: Russian Hydrographic Office
Chart 2432 [ previous update 4777/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Delete
+
42 522N., 131 300E.
recommended track, pecked line, joining:
42 528N., 131 295E.
42 502N., 131 332E.
1372 RUSSIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Vladivostok - Proliv Bosfor-Vostochnyy - Poluostrov Nazimova South-
westwards - Restricted areas.
Source: Russian Hydrographic Office
Chart 3044 [ previous update 797/12 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Delete limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
43 0350N., 131 5390E.(shore)
43 0367N., 131 5408E.
43 0357N., 131 5433E.
43 0339N., 131 5418E.
43 0340N., 131 5408E.(shore)
and
43 0410N., 131 5477E.(shore)
43 0411N., 131 5464E.
43 0392N., 131 5446E.
43 0382N., 131 5468E.
43 0401N., 131 5488E.(shore)
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1423 KOREA - East Coast - Mipo Hang - Anchorage areas.
Source: Korean Notice 9/124/12
Chart 896 (INT 5355) [ previous update 490/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert circular limit of anchorage area, pecked line, radius 300m,
centred on:
(a) 35 3062N., 129 2730E.
(b) 35 3095N., 129 2730E.
circular limit of anchorage area, pecked line, radius 250m,
centred on:
(c) 35 3167N., 129 2757E.

T-1, within:
(a) above

T-2, within:
(b) above

T-3, within:
(c) above
Chart 898 (plan A, Ulsan and Mipo) [ previous update 1278/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert circular limit of anchorage area, pecked line, radius 300m,
centred on:
(a) 35 3062N., 129 2730E.
(b) 35 3095N., 129 2730E.
circular limit of anchorage area, pecked line, radius 250m,
centred on:
(c) 35 3167N., 129 2757E.

T-1, within:
(a) above

T-2, within:
(b) above

T-3, within:
(c) above
1447 KOREA - South Coast - Kwangyang Hang - Namsang-ri Westwards - Depths.
Source: Korean Chart 242
Chart 3390 (INT 5362) [ previous update 838/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 6
3

(a) 34 5073N., 127 4854E.
Delete depth 9
6
, adjacent to:
(a) above
1448 KOREA - South Coast - Approaches to Gwangyang Hang - Yeosu Haeman - Buoyage.
Source: Korean Chart 242
Chart 3391 (INT 5360) [ previous update 5358/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend No 1 light-buoy to, Fl(4)Y.8s
34 4562N., 127 4910E.
No 2 light-buoy to, Fl(4)Y.8s
34 4568N., 127 4947E.
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1369 MALAYSIA - Sarawak - Sungai Sarawak - Beting Matong North-eastwards and Kampung Goebilt
Northwards - Legend.
Source: UKHO
Chart 1822 [ previous update 785/12 ] TIMBALAI 1948 DATUM
Amend legend to, See NM 1368(P)/12, centred on:
1 4480N., 110 3425E.
Chart 1822 (panel A, Continuation to Pending) [ previous update 785/12 ] TIMBALAI 1948 DATUM
Amend legend to, See NM 1368(P)/12, centred on:
1 3850N., 110 2750E.
1382 INDONESIA - Jawa - North Coast - Pelabuhan Sundakelapa Southwards - Light-beacon.
Light List Vol. K, 2012/13, 1072.83
Source: Dishidros
Chart 933 [ previous update 507/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl.3s30m18M
6 0694S., 106 4873E.
1322 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Dampier Archipelago - Approaches to Nickol Bay - Harbour limits.
Legends.
Source: Australian Notice 4/191/12
Chart Aus 57 [ previous update 824/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert harbour limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 20 2550S., 117 0608E.
(E border)
(b) 20 2550S., 116 5401E.
20 3000S., 116 5401E.
20 3500S., 116 5000E.
20 3900S., 116 4900E.
20 4178S., 116 4900E.(shore)
legend, Port Walcott Port Limit, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete former harbour limit, pecked line and associated legend Port
Walcott Port Limit, joining:
20 2630S., 117 0608E.
(E border)
20 2580S., 117 0480E.(shore)
20 2530S., 116 5660E.
20 2540S., 116 5310E.(shore)
and
20 3097S., 116 4895E.(shore)
20 3175S., 116 4853E.(shore)
Chart Aus 327 [ previous update 253/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to harbour
limits and legends, centred on:
20 331S., 117 043E.
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Chart Aus 740 [ previous update 5979/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert harbour limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 20 2793S., 117 1006E.
(existing limit)
(b) 20 2550S., 117 0800E.
20 2550S., 116 5980E.
(W border)
legend, Port, along:
(a)-(b) above
Delete former harbour limit, pecked line and associated legend, Port,
joining:
(a) above
20 258S., 117 050E.(shore)
and
20 258S., 117 046E.(shore)
20 254S., 116 598E.
(W border)
Chart Aus 741 [ previous update 5409/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to harbour
limits and legends, centred on:
20 3270S., 116 5940E.
harbour limit, pecked line, joining:
20 4059S., 116 4900E.
(S limit of block)
20 4162S., 116 4900E.(shore)
1325 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Whitsunday Group - Proserpine River - Depths. Coastline. Legends.
Source: Australian Notice 4/182/12
Chart Aus 252 [ previous update 881/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
coastline and legends, centred on:
20 2975S., 148 4400E.
Chart Aus 824 [ previous update 3433/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
coastline and legends, centred on:
20 2980S., 148 4158E.
1326 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Esperance Bay - Dempster Head Eastwards - Anchor berths. Islets.
Rocks. Depths. Legends. Reported anchorage.
Source: Australian Notice 4/196/12
Chart Aus 119 [ previous update 5960/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new anchor berths, centred
on:
33 5340S., 121 5698E.
Chart Aus 762 [ previous update 1446/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing new anchor berths and
amendments to islets, rocks, depths, legends and reported
anchorage, centred on:
33 5560S., 121 5990E.
1322 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Dampier Archipelago - Approaches to Nickol Bay - Harbour limits.
Legends. (continued)
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1388 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - East Coast - Napier Harbour - East Pier North-north-eastwards and East-
north-eastwards - Buoyage.
Source: New Zealand Notice 5/42/12
Chart NZ 5612 (plan, Napier Harbour) [ previous update New Edition 01/04/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

39 28612S., 176 54217E.


39 28542S., 176 53810E.
(a) 39 28544S., 176 54451E.
(b) 39 28640S., 176 53980E.
Delete

, close NNW of:


(a) above

, 75m N of:
(b) above
Chart NZ 5612 [ previous update New Edition 01/04/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

39 2861S., 176 5422E.


39 2854S., 176 5381E.
(a) 39 2854S., 176 5445E.
(b) 39 2864S., 176 5398E.
Delete

, close N of:
(a) above
(b) above
1412 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - Washington - Puget Sound - Point Defiance West-north-
westwards - Gig Harbor - Outfall.
Source: NOS
Chart 48 [ previous update 1196/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
outfall,

, joining:
47 1958N., 122 3446W.(shore)
47 1951N., 122 3441W.
47 1937N., 122 3382W.
Chart 51 [ previous update 4330/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert
outfall,

, joining:
47 1955N., 122 3444W.(shore)
47 1951N., 122 3441W.
47 1937N., 122 3382W.
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1413 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - Washington - Puget Sound - Tacoma - Blair Waterway
South-eastwards and Hylebos Waterway - Leading line. Lights.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 4914.5, 4914.6, 4914.7
Source: US Coast Guard District 13 LNM 2/18453/12 & 8/18453/12
Chart 48 (plan A, Tacoma) [ previous update 1412/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert leading line, pecked line for 2300m, extending in direction
3128 from:
(a) 47 15079N., 122 22220W.(

)
legend, 1328, seaward end of:
(a) above

Fl.4s A
47 16675N., 122 23575W.

Fl.4s B
47 16628N., 122 23407W.

Fl.4s C
47 16614N., 122 23317W.
Delete former leading line, pecked line, and associated legend, 134,
extending in direction 314 from:
(a) above
1414 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - Washington - Puget Sound - Whidbey Island Southwards
and Eastwards - Useless Bay and Tulalip and Gedney I. - Radar beacon. Lights.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 4987.2, 4983, 4983.2
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: 90230 (11/12)
Source: US Coast Guard District 13 LNMs 8/18443/12, 8/18473/12
Chart 46 [ previous update 1286/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon(T), at light-buoy
47 5540N., 122 2955W.
Chart 47 [ previous update 1195/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete radar beacon, Racon(T), at light-buoy
47 5540N., 122 2958W.
Chart 1947 [ previous update 1195/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Amend light to, Fl.Y.6s
48 0371N., 122 1671W.
light to, Fl.R & Fl.G
48 0124N., 122 1925W.
Delete radar beacon, Racon(T), at light-buoy
47 5540N., 122 2958W.
1428 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - West Coast - Washington - Grays Harbor - South Reach Eastwards -
Legend.
Source: US Coast Guard District 13 LNM 8/18502/12
Chart 3125 [ previous update 412/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert legend, Mooring buoys (lit), orientated NE/SW, centred on:
46 5540N., 124 0220W.
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1327 MEXICO - Pacific Ocean Coast - Salina Cruz and Morro de Salinas Southwards - Depths. Coastline. Lights.
Buoyage.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 3434.05, 3434.1, 3434.15, 3434.18, 3434.2, 3434.25, 3434.3, 3434.4, 3436.05, 3436.06
Source: Mexican Chart 623.4
Chart 1940 (plan A, Salina Cruz) [ previous update 4693/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block of a new plan A, Salina Cruz,
showing amendments to depths, coastline, lights and buoyage.
Chart 1940 (plan B, Inner Approaches to Salina Cruz) [ previous update 4693/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
coastline, lights and buoyage, centred on:
16 0919N., 95 1216W.
1351 COLOMBIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Punta Charambir and Cabo Corrientes - Lights.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 3140, 3145
Source: Colombian Chart 3
Chart 2258 [ previous update 86/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend range of light to, 15M
4 150N., 77 313W.
range of light to, 31M
5 290N., 77 328W.
1352 COSTA RICA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Isla del Cao South-south-westwards - Depth.
Source: Colombian Chart 3
Chart 1020 [ previous update 4015/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 443
7 307N., 84 082W.
Chart 1021 [ previous update 4969/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 443
7 307N., 84 082W.
1398 COLOMBIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Cabo Manglares North-westwards - Depths.
Source: Colombian Chart 3
Chart 2257 [ previous update 1190/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 451
(a) 1 552N., 79 205W.
Delete depth 657, close SE of:
(a) above
1415 COLOMBIA - Pacific Ocean Coast - Tumaco - Approaches to La Barra and El Morro South-south-
westwards - Buoyage.
Source: Colombian Notices 29/12 & 31/12
Chart 2799 (plan D, Tumaco) [ previous update 175/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend 19 light-buoy to, Fl.G.3s
1 4898N., 78 4381W.
2 light-buoy to, Fl.R.3s
1 5122N., 78 4512W.
Chart 2799 (plan B, Approaches to Tumaco) [ previous update 175/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend 2 light-buoy to, Fl.R.3s
1 5122N., 78 4512W.
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1434 EL SALVADOR - Acajutla - Pier B Northwards - Wreck. Depths. Obstructions.
Source: Centro Nacional de Registros, El Salvador
Chart 1946 (plan C, Acajutla) [ previous update New Edition 29/09/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

13 34623N., 89 50243W.
Replace
depth 5
7
with

Obstn
13 34633N., 89 50280W.
depth 5
8
with seabed type, R, with

Obstn
13 34602N., 89 50283W.
1395 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Texas - Galveston Bay and Houston Ship Channel -
Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 3183 [ previous update 958/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
29 292N., 94 257W.
Chart 3186 (Panel 1) [ previous update 1087/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
29 197N., 94 483W.
1396 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Texas - Houston Ship Channel -
Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 3187 (Panel 1) [ previous update 1087/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS (Houston Ship Channel, Exxon Oil Co. Slip), centred
on:
29 4335N., 95 0450W.
Chart 3188 (Panel 2) [ previous update 958/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
29 4470N., 95 1630W.
1410 WEST INDIES - Virgin Islands - Saint Croix - Christiansted Harbor - Fort Louise Augusta Westwards -
Beacon.
Source: US Coast Guard District 7 LNM 07/25645/12
Chart 485 (plan C, Christiansted Harbor) [ previous update 1251/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

2
17 45266N., 64 41791W.
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1353 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Virginia - Approaches to Chesapeake Bay - Cape Charles
South-eastwards - Buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 8/12208/12
Chart 2919 [ previous update 1179/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Fl(5)Y.20s CDIP 186


37 0139N., 75 4858W.
1386 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia - Approaches to Brunswick - Saint Simons Range -
Depths.
Source: US Chart 11502
Chart 2810 [ previous update 919/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 18 and extend 18ft contour S to enclose
(a) 31 0486N., 81 1773W.
Delete depth 21, close WSW of:
(a) above
Chart 3691 [ previous update 5944/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 18 and extend 18ft contour S to enclose
31 0486N., 81 1773W.
1394 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New Jersey and New York - Arthur Kill and Newark Bay -
Dredged depths. Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 3457 [ previous update 1057/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend dredged depth to, 21ft (2008-2011), centred on:
40 41258N., 74 08234W.
dredged depth to, 24ft (2009-2011), centred on:
40 40870N., 74 08787W.
dredged depth to, 19ft (2011), centred on:
40 41123N., 74 09199W.
dredged depth to, 30ft (2010-2011), centred on:
40 40726N., 74 08778W.
dredged depth to, 21ft (2011), centred on:
40 40251N., 74 08446W.
dredged depth to, 24ft (2011), centred on:
40 39791N., 74 08767W.
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
40 3952N., 74 1238W.
1411 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Massachusetts - Nantucket Sound - Monomoy Island
Westwards - Buoyage.
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNMs 09/13229/12 & 09/13244/12
Chart 2489 [ previous update 64/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

C
41 3720N., 70 0026W.

B
41 3512N., 70 0108W.

Q.Y A
41 3299N., 70 0200W.
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1432 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Massachusetts - Gulf of Maine - Cape Cod North-eastwards
- Data collection buoy.
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNMs 9/13203/12 & 9/13246/12
Chart 2492 [ previous update 802/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Move

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS 44018 PA, from:


42 090N., 69 491W.
to:
42 079N., 69 378W.
Chart 2670 [ previous update 5340/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Move

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS 44018 PA, from:


42 092N., 69 491W.
to:
42 079N., 69 378W.
Chart 3096 [ previous update 5340/11 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS 44018 PA


42 0793N., 69 3777W.
Delete
former

Fl(4)Y.20s ODAS 44018 PA


42 0915N., 69 4901W.
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1347(P)/12 IRELAND - West Coast - Mannin Bay and Approaches - Depths.
Source: Geological Survey of Ireland
1. Numerous depths less than charted exist within Mannin Bay and the approaches. The most significant are as follows:
2. These depths will be included in the next New Editions of Charts 1820, 2707 and 2708.
Charts affected - 1820 - 2173 (INT 1616) - 2420 (INT 1617) - 2707 - 2708
1401(T)/12 SCOTLAND - Orkney Islands - Scapa Flow - Howequoy Head Westwards - Scientific instruments.
Buoyage.
Source: AWS Ocean Energy Ltd
1. Scientific monitoring instruments marked by white spar light-buoys Fl.Y.5s, have been established for approximately six
months between the following positions (ETRS89 Datum):
2. Mariners are advised not to anchor or trawl in the vicinity.
Charts affected - 35 - 2249
Depth Position (OSI Datum)
225m 53 3091N., 10 1400W.
196m 53 3080N., 10 1345W.
96m 53 3050N., 10 1264W.
22m 53 3062N., 10 1206W.
73m 53 3109N., 10 1123W.
7m 53 3070N., 10 1009W.
126m 53 2963N., 10 1119W.
34m 53 2816N., 10 1413W.
88m 53 2832N., 10 1071W.
49m 53 2835N., 10 0943W.
156m 53 2823N., 10 0792W.
122m 53 2787N., 10 0647W.
77m 53 2773N., 10 0578W.
37m 53 2760N., 10 0525W.
108m 53 2734N., 10 0568W.
34m 53 2755N., 10 0963W.
32m 53 2710N., 10 0956W.
31m 53 2693N., 10 0875W.
83m 53 2537N., 10 1180W.
115m 53 2491N., 10 1272W.
193m 53 2471N., 10 1309W.
22m 53 2382N., 10 1496W.
58 5351N., 2 5700W.
58 5334N., 2 5672W.
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1402(P)/12 SCOTLAND - West Coast - Isle of Mull - Western Approaches to the Sound of Mull -
Depths.
Source: mv Icebeam
1. Numerous depths less than charted exist in the western approaches to the Sound of Mull. The most significant are as follows
(WGS84 Datum):
2. These changes will be included in the next New Editions of Charts 2392, 2171 and 1796.
Charts affected - 1796 (INT 1627) - 2171 - 2392 - 2635 (INT 1061)
1405(T)/12 ENGLAND - East Coast - Approaches to the River Humber - Spurn Head East South-eastwards -
Light-float. Buoy.
Source: ABP Humber
1. The light-float, South East Chequer VQ(6)+LFl.10s6M, has been temporarily replaced with a south cardinal light-buoy,
VQ(6)+LFl.10s, in position 53 3338N., 0 1254E. (ETRS89 Datum).
2. Former Notice 694(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 104 (INT 1566) - 107
Depth Position
34m 56 4182N., 6 1471W.
215m 56 4115N., 6 1617W.
38m 56 4112N., 6 1371W.
209m 56 4053N., 6 1663W.
305m 56 4033N., 6 2369W.
31m 56 4027N., 6 2282W.
208m 56 4008N., 6 1611W.
235m 56 3991N., 6 2380W.
203m 56 3982N., 6 1346W.
37m 56 3918N., 6 2562W.
147m 56 3876N., 6 1343W.
15m 56 3844N., 6 1500W.
32m 56 3834N., 6 2374W.
34m 56 3776N., 6 2427W.
225m 56 3729N., 6 2322W.
245m 56 3729N., 6 2485W.
305m 56 3603N., 6 2516W.
33m 56 3600N., 6 2201W.
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1375(T)/12 BALTIC SEA - Denmark and Germany - Measuring instruments. Buoyage.
Source: Danish and German Hydrographic Offices
1. Measuring instruments have been established temporarily in the positions shown below and will be on station until further
notice. They may be marked by yellow buoys and/or yellow light-buoys, Fl(5)Y.20s or Fl(4)Y.20s, and have to be passed
at a safe distance (at least 2 cables). This list will be updated as necessary by Temporary Notices to Mariners.
2.
3.
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale
Chart(s)
Remarks
55 3566N. 12 2693E. 903
55 2331N. 11 0360E. 938
54 2430N. 11 2028E. 2113, 2117 ODAS
54 2253N. 12 1126E. 2601 ODAS
54 2765N. 12 1533E. 2601
54 2757N. 12 1547E. 2601
54 2766N. 12 1554E. 2601
54 2758N. 12 1564E. 2601
54 3371N. 12 2158E. 2601 ODAS
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale
Chart(s)
Remarks
* 54 1717N. 11 5551E. 2365 VINETA 1
* 54 1706N. 11 5551E. 2365 VINETA 2
* 54 1702N. 11 5571E. 2365 VINETA 3
* 54 1719N. 11 5574E. 2365 VINETA 4
54 1825N. 12 1205E. 2365 ODAS GRM N, Q
55 0042N. 13 0892E. 2365, 2115
55 0034N. 13 0899E. 2365, 2115
55 0050N. 13 0913E. 2365, 2115
55 0034N. 13 0917E. 2365, 2115
54 2765N. 12 4075E. 2365 ODAS
54 3878N. 12 5123E. 2365 ODAS
54 4128N. 13 0609E. 2365 ODAS
54 4374N. 13 2100E. 2365 ODAS
54 4617N. 13 3593E. 2365 ODAS
54 0919N. 13 3767E. 2365 ODAS
54 3753N. 13 4009E. 2365 ODAS
54 2024N. 13 4834E. 2365 ODAS
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4.
* Indicates new or revised entry.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
5. Former Notice 5563(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 903 (INT 1333) - 938 (INT 1369) - 2113 - 2115 - 2117 - 2150 - 2365 - 2601 - 2679 (INT 1295)
1404(T)/12 ESTONIA - Tallinna Laht - Paljassaare Kari Northwards - Buoy.
Source: Estonian Notice 3/36(T)/12
1. The north cardinal light-buoy, Q, in position 59 3039N., 24 4161E.(WGS84 Datum) is reported to be missing.
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.
Charts affected - 2227 - 2241 - 2248
1407(T)/12 POLAND - Port Wadysawowo - Depths.
Source: ENC PL5WLADY
1. A shoal area of least depth 27m exists in the fairway in position 54 4776N., 18 2550E. (WGS84 Datum).
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
Chart affected - 2688 (INT 1288)
1375(T)/12 BALTIC SEA - Denmark and Germany - Measuring instruments. Buoyage. (continued)
Latitude Longitude Largest Scale
Chart(s)
Remarks
54 2140N. 13 4700E. 2365 BC4 ODAS
54 3300N. 13 5000E. 2365 BC2 ODAS
54 4860N. 13 5088E. 2365 ODAS
54 5026N. 13 5647E. 2365 BE01 ODAS
54 3127N. 13 5909E. 2150 ODAS
54 2978N. 14 0066E. 2150 BC11 ODAS
54 4218N. 14 0630E. 2150 BC1 ODAS
54 3172N. 14 0945E. 2150 BC10 ODAS
54 4228N. 14 0995E. 2150 ODAS
54 3433N. 14 1790E. 2150 BC9 ODAS
54 3507N. 14 2741E. 2150 BC8 ODAS
54 2728N. 14 3288E. 2150 ODAS
54 2007N. 13 5168E. 2679 BC13 ODAS
54 2465N. 13 5722E. 2679 BC12 ODAS
54 0914N. 13 5732E. 2679 ODAS PEE O, Q(3)10s
54 1023N. 13 5900E. 2679 BC6 ODAS
54 1395N. 14 0718E. 2679 ODAS
54 0000N. 14 0900E. 2679 BC7 ODAS
54 0480N. 14 0930E. 2679
54 2205N. 14 1300E. 2679 BC3 ODAS
54 1250N. 14 1700E. 2679 BC5 ODAS
54 2495N. 14 1800E. 2679 ODAS
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1403(T)/12 MOZAMBIQUE CHANNEL - Vins Bank South-westwards - Works.
Source: French Notice 8/1(T)/12
1. Until further notice, the mv Nordic Explorer will undertake seismic work within an area bounded by the following positions
(Undetermined Datum):
2. The mv Nordic Explorer will be deploying a multiple streamer 6000m long and is restricted in its ability to manoeuvre. All
vessels are requested to pass at least 3NM clear of the vessel and streamers.
Charts affected - 1810 - 4700 (INT 700) - 4701 (INT 701)
1406(T)/12 CHINA - South Coast - Hai-nan Tao West Coast - Kan-en Chiao West-south-westwards -
Works.
Source: Chinese Notice 9/273(T)/12
1. Wind turbine construction works are taking place, until 1 May 2012, within 500m radius of position
18 470N., 108 305E. (WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - 3989 - 3991
1346(T)/12 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Hanshin Ko - Sakai-Senboku Ku - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 10/5135(T)/12
1. Depths of 1m less than charted exist in an area bounded by the following positions:
2. Depths of 1m to 4m less than charted exist in an area bounded by the following positions:
3. Depths of 1m to 2m less than charted exist in an area bounded by the following positions:
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
4. Former Notices 2528(T)/11 and 3486(T)/11 are cancelled.
Charts affected - JP 123 - JP 1146
18 400S., 42 265E.
18 400S., 42 300E.
20 200S., 42 300E.
20 200S., 41 450E.
19 274S., 41 300E.
34 36 210"N., 135 24 585"E.
34 36 323"N., 135 24 585"E.
34 36 323"N., 135 25 250"E.
34 36 210"N., 135 25 250"E.
34 36 210"N., 135 25 250"E.
34 36 350"N., 135 25 250"E.
34 36 285"N., 135 25 570"E.
34 36 162"N., 135 26 120"E.
34 36 102"N., 135 26 033"E.
34 36 102"N., 135 26 033"E.
34 36 162"N., 135 26 120"E.
34 35 575"N., 135 26 210"E.
34 36 024"N., 135 26 054"E.
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1368(P)/12 MALAYSIA - Sarawak - Sungai Sarawak - Tanjung Po to Tanjung Bako - Coastline. Depths. Drying
heights. Buoyage.
Source: Sarawak Charts 101, 102 & 1011
1. There are numerous changes to coastline, depths and drying heights in and around the vicinity of Sungai Sarawak and Senari
Port. Numerous depths less than charted exist. The most significant of these are in the following positions:
2. (Tanjung Po to Tanjung Batu)
3. (Tanjung Batu to Tanjung Bako)
4. All buoyage in Sungai Sarawak between Tanjung Po (1 435N., 110 313E.) and Tanjung Bako
(1 346N., 110 250E.) has changed.
(All positions are referred to Tambalai 1948 Datum)
5. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution and consult the local authorities for the latest information.
6. These and other changes will be included in the next New Edition of Chart 1822.
7. Former Notice 786(P)/12 is cancelled.
Chart affected - 1822
1376(T)/12 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - West Coast - Cape Egmont South-westwards - Works. Well.
Buoyage.
Source: New Zealand Notice 5/43(T)/12
1. Until further notice, drilling operations have been temporarily suspended in position 39 3969S., 173 2737E. (WGS84
Datum).
2. A wellhead and BOP protruding 20m above the seabed remain in the above position.
3. Unlit orange buoys marking anchor points remain in place.
4. All vessels are requested to pass 2NM clear of the above location.
5. Former Notice 156(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 4640 (INT 640) - 4648 (INT 648) - NZ 45
52m 1 4161N., 110 3254E.
6m 1 4032N., 110 3183E.
43m 1 3895N., 110 3038E.
61m 1 3855N., 110 2935E.
7m 1 3784N., 110 2749E.
55m 1 3714N., 110 2693E.
68m 1 3709N., 110 2720E.
93m 1 3690N., 110 2693E.
108m 1 3698N., 110 2703E.
43m 1 3692N., 110 2721E.
69m 1 3677N., 110 2707E.
38m 1 3677N., 110 2726E.
46m 1 3640N., 110 2717E.
47m 1 3636N., 110 2731E.
64m 1 3619N., 110 2757E.
109m 1 3550N., 110 2762E.
89m 1 3522N., 110 2760E.
28m 1 3523N., 110 2685E.
151m 1 3471N., 110 2477E.
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1399(T)/12 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Texas and Louisiana - Freeport Southwards to
Mississippi Delta Eastwards - Discoloured water.
Source: US Notices
1. Natural gas bubbles and areas of discoloured water have been reported in the following positions:
2. *Gas bubbles could cause an explosion or loss of a vessels buoyancy. All vessels are advised to keep clear.
* Indicates new entry.
(All positions are referred to NAD83 Datum)
3. Former Notice 1031(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 3849 - 3850 - 3851 - 3854 - 3856 - 3857
28 3522N., 95 1262W.
28 3500N., 95 1200W.
29 2038N., 93 2992W.
29 0400N., 92 3550W.
28 3110N., 92 3460W.
29 2980N., 92 2330W.
28 3160N., 92 2200W.
29 0400N., 92 1700W.
* 29 1247N., 92 1370W.
28 5820N., 91 5440W.
* 28 5460N., 91 4810W.
29 1575N., 91 4505W.
28 4760N., 91 4350W.
28 3990N., 91 3880W.
* 29 1020N., 91 3690W.
28 1940N., 91 3560W.
28 1830N., 91 2900W.
28 1530N., 91 2600W.
28 1720N., 91 2510W.
28 1910N., 91 2470W.
28 3050N., 91 2330W.
29 1053N., 91 2003W.
28 2880N., 91 1760W.
28 1420N., 91 1590W.
28 2880N., 91 1000W.
28 3700N., 91 0400W.
28 1740N., 90 4740W.
28 0950N., 90 4560W.
28 3677N., 90 2413W.
* 29 0283N., 90 1377W.
* 28 2630N., 90 2140W.
28 5990N., 90 1172W.
* 29 0387N., 90 0905W.
29 0258N., 90 0717W.
29 0233N., 90 0540W.
29 1000N., 90 0090W.
29 0287N., 90 0032W.
28 4515N., 89 5215W.
28 5970N., 89 5190W.
29 0898N., 89 4180W.
28 5660N., 89 3990W.
28 5202N., 89 3803W.
29 1060N., 89 3440W.
29 1543N., 89 0245W.
29 1702N., 89 0198W.
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1400(P)/12 COLOMBIA - Caribbean Sea Coast - Baha de Cartagena - Cartagena - Depths. Buoyage. Jetty.
Coastline. Light.
Source: Colombian Charts 264 & 261
1. Numerous changes to depths and buoyage have been identified throughout Baha de Cartagena and approaches.
2. There have been numerous changes to buoyage in the channels south of Bocachica between positions
10 19006N., 75 35927W. (new position of safe water light-buoy, Iso.4s) and 10 19030N., 75 34340W. due to the
channel moving northwards.
3. Within the channel south of Bocachica the most significant depths are as follows:
4. South of Isla Abanico (10 1845N., 75 3475W.) buoys V1 and V2 have been removed. The minimum depth through
the channel is 1m in position 10 1822N., 75 3484W.
5. Within the approach to Isla Diablo (10 2393N., 75 3170W.) there are changes to buoyage.
6. The jetty at Contecar (10 2268N., 75 3067W.) has been replaced with a new jetty in approximate position
10 2283N., 75 3076W. The container terminal quay has extended north-west to the new jetty position. There have been
changes to buoyage and depths in the approaches. There is a new minimum depth of 129m in position
10 2261N., 75 3079W.
7. At Mamonal Oil Terminal, the light, Iso.Bu.4s33m12M, in position 10 1926N., 75 3053W. has been extinguished. The
red and white beacon tower remains.
8. North-west of the entrance to Canal del Dique at Bajo Pasacaballos depths less than charted exist. The most significant are
as follows:
The north cardinal light-buoy, Q 12A, in position 10 1853N., 75 3183W. has been removed.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
9. These changes will be included in a New Edition of Chart 2434 to be published July 2012.
Chart affected - 2434
Depth Position
15m 10 18987N., 75 34942W.
155m 10 19000N., 75 34476W.
Depth Position
06m 10 1860N., 75 3191W.
07m 10 1848N., 75 3202W.
85m 10 1863N., 75 3205W.
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On Chart 3457
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
ARTHUR KILL, KILL VAN KULL, NEWARK BAY AND UPPER BAY
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF NOV 2011
AND SURVEYS TO JUN 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
(NAUT.
MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
ARTHUR KILL (A)
FRESH KILLS REACH 33.1 34.6 35.9 32.2 4,5-11 500 1.65 35
TREMLEY POINT REACH 30.0 34.6 35.8 33.2 4,5-11 500 0.85 35
PRALLS ISLAND REACH 31.7 34.3 36.5 28.5 4,5-11 500 1.13 35
GULFPORT REACH 33.1 36.2 37.4 29.5 1,2,4,5-11 500-600 1.03 35
ELIZABETHPORT REACH 40.1 43.1 43.9 39.7 1,2-11 600-800 0.91 35
NORTH OF SHOOTERS ISLAND REACH 40.9 43.4 39.3 36.8 1,2-11 600 0.97 35
SOUTH OF SHOOTERS ISLAND REACH B6.5 B13.8 B14.5 B10.1 11-04 400 0.94 30
KILL VAN KULL (A)
BERGEN PT. WEST REACH 49.0 52.8 52.5 47.4 1,2-11 800-1150 1.12 45
BERGEN PT. EAST REACH 48.5 52.8 53.0 50.1 1,2-11 800 1.09 45
CONSTABLE HOOK REACH (PARTIAL) 45.4 46.2 48.3 49.1 1,2-11 800-2000 2.52 45
NEWARK BAY SOUTH REACH 45.0 45.0 46.3 42.0 6-11 1000-1775 1.32 45
PORT ELIZABETH SOUTH REACH 41.0 42.2 42.2 45.0 6-11 140-290 0.43 45
NEWARK BAY REACH B:
MIDDLE REACH
PORT ELIZABETH CHANNEL REACH

45.2
37.1

46.5
39.9

38.5
40.2

40.2
39.5

6-11
6-11

800-1700
500-800

0.88
1.26

45
45
NEWARK BAY REACH B1:
MIDDLE REACH
NEWARK BAY NORTH REACH

37.9
22.1

38.2
21.8

33.4
19.5

27.1
6.5

6-11
6-11

560-800
500-1030

0.53
1.36

40
35
TURNING BASIN 21.7 21.2 19.5 6.5 6-11 900 0.26 35
PASSAIC RIVER:
KEARNY PT REACH 13.1 13.9 13.9 10.3 6,7-10 300 1.01 30
HACKENSACK RIVER:
DROYERS REACH 25.3 24.1 24.1 17.3 3-11 300-500 1.55 C32
PORT NEWARK:
BRANCH REACH 26.4 37.4 35.2 29.5 6-11 400-1775 0.37 40
INSHORE REACH 33.0 31.7 30.7 30.6 6-11 400 1.06 40
PIERHEAD REACH 31.4 30.8 30.8 27.9 6-11 300-750 0.65 40
A. CONTROLLING DEPTHS IN ARTHUR KILL AND KILL VAN KULL ARE REFERENCED FROM SEAWARD WHEN ENTERING FROM LOWER BAY.
B. NUMEROUS WRECKS AND OBSTRUCTIONS WITH MINIMUM DEPTH TO 4 FEET WITHIN CHANNEL LIMITS.
C. REACH WAS NEVER COMPLETED TO A 32 FOOT DEPTH. PREVIOUS DREDGING WAS TO 30 FEET ONLY.
* CONTROLLING DEPTHS IN CHANNELS OF RARITAN BAY - EAST REACH TO AND INCLUDING GULFPORT REACH ARE REFERENCED
FROM SEAWARD WHEN ENTERING FROM LOWER NEW YORK BAY. CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM CONSTABLE HOOK TO AND
INCLUDING ELIZABETHPORT REACH ARE REFERENCED FROM SEAWARD WHEN ENTERING FROM UPPER NEW YORK BAY.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 1395/12
On Chart 3183
To accompany Notice to Mariners 1395/12
On Chart 3186
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
GALVESTON BAY AND HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JAN 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOW TIDE (MLT) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
GALVESTON HARBOR:
ENTRANCE CHANNEL 44.0 45.0 45.0 41.0 5-11 800-1000 8.6 47
OUTER BAR CHANNEL 40.4 45.0 45.0 45.0 6-11 800 1.7 47
INNER BAR CHANNEL 38.5 44.6 45.0 37.5 6-11 800 3.3 47
ANCHORAGE BASIN A 39.1 37.9 35.9 30.2 4-11 3100 1.9 34
BOLIVAR ROADS CHANNEL
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL:
BOLIVAR ROADS TO RED FISH
LIGHT 1 (see Chart 3186)
45.0


41.5
45.0


45.0
45.0


45.0
44.0


41.5
5-11


1-12
800


530
0.85


12.38
47


45
GALVESTON CHANNEL 38.8 42.5 39.8 24.3 3,4-11 1125-1075 4.44 45
BOLIVAR ROADS TO TURNING
BASIN

45.1

47.7

47.7

46.7

7-11

400

6.8

45
INFORMATION IN THIS TABULATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO NOAA BY THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE. FOR AN APPROXIMATE CONVERSION TO
MEAN LOWER LOW WATER, ADD 1 FOOT TO EACH DEPTH IN THE TABULATION.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
GALVESTON BAY AND HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JAN 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOW TIDE (MLT) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
GALVESTON INNER BAR CHANNEL 38.5 44.6 45.0 37.5 6-11 800 3.3 47
BOLIVAR ROADS CHANNEL 45.0 45.0 45.0 44.0 5-11 800 0.85 47
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL:
BOLIVAR ROADS TO RED FISH
LIGHT 1
RED FISH LIGHT 1 TO BEACON 76
BEACON 76 TO LOWER END
MORGANS PT CUT

41.5
28.8

33.1

45.0
44.8

45.0

45.0
43.4

45.0

41.5
33.5

35.5

1-12
1-12

8-11

530
400

530

12.38
8.33

5.49

45
45

45
GALVESTON CHANNEL 38.8 42.5 39.8 24.3 3,4-11 1125-1075 4.44 45
BOLIVAR ROADS TO TURNING
BASIN

45.1

47.7

47.7

46.7

7-11

400

6.8

45
TEXAS CITY TURNING BASIN 42.0 43.5 47.2 45.0 7-11 1200 0.81 45
INFORMATION IN THIS TABULATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO NOAA BY THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE. FOR AN APPROXIMATE
CONVERSION TO MEAN LOWER LOW WATER, ADD 1 FOOT TO EACH DEPTH IN THE TABULATION.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 1396/12
On Chart 3187
To accompany Notice to Mariners 1396/12
On Chart 3188
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JAN 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOW TIDE (MLT) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL
EXXON OIL CO. SLIP
TO CARPENTERS BAYOU (A)


38.8


41.9


43.6


38.2


12-11


400-525


5.60


45
CARPENTERS BAYOU TO
GREENS BAYOU (B)

39.3

40.0

39.1

38.2

1-12

400-300

5.40

40-45
A. CHANNEL WIDENS 125 FEET IN LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER IN VICINITY OF EXXON OIL CO.
B. CHANNEL NARROWS IN VICINITY OF THE SHELL OIL CO. SLIP
INFORMATION IN THIS TABULATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO NOAA BY THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE. FOR AN APPROXIMATE
CONVERSION TO MEAN LOWER LOW WATER, ADD 1 FOOT TO EACH DEPTH IN THE TABULATION.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JAN 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOW TIDE (MLT) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL:
EXXON OIL CO. SLIP
TO CARPENTERS BAYOU (A)
CARPENTERS BAYOU TO GREENS
BAYOU (B)


38.8

39.3


41.9

40.0


43.6

39.1


38.2

38.2


12-11

1-12


400-525

400-300


5.60

5.40


45

40-45
GREENS BAYOU CHANNEL
(TO FIRST BEND)

37.6

39.0

39.4

34.2

4-11

500-175

0.37

36
THENCE TO HUNTING
BAYOU (UPPER BEND)

33.7

38.1

40.0

35.1

1-12

300

2.20

40
TURNING POINT AT HUNTING BAYOU 32.2 35.5 40.0 40.0 1-12 600 0.26 40
THENCE TO SOUTHERN
PACIFIC SLIP

32.6

36.4

39.3

31.8

1-12

300

3.50

40
TURNING POINT AT CLINTON ISLAND 37.2 40.0 34.8 32.6 1-12 700 0.30 40
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SLIP TO TURNING
BASIN WHARF 15

32.1

35.8

34.2

30.9

1-12

300

2.98

36
TURNING POINT AT BRADY ISLAND 38.0 38.0 38.0 38.0 4-11 422 0.21 36
HOUSTON TURNING BASIN 33.0 33.0 31.0 29.0 4-11 250-1000 0.58 36
UPPER TURNING BASIN 31.0 31.0 34.0 32.0 4-11 150 0.26 36
A. CHANNEL WIDENS 125 FEET IN LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER IN VICINITY OF EXXON OIL CO. (see Chart 3187)
B. CHANNEL NARROWS IN VICINITY OF THE SHELL OIL CO. SLIP.
INFORMATION IN THIS TABULATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO NOAA BY THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED TO A LOCAL DREDGING REFERENCE CALLED MEAN LOW TIDE. FOR AN APPROXIMATE CONVERSION
TO MEAN LOWER LOW WATER, ADD 1 FOOT TO EACH DEPTH IN THE TABULATION.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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On Chart 1218
CHARTS 2425 AND 3866: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 1218 differ from those on
charts 2425 and 3866 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 1452/2012
On Chart 1220
CHART 2579: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 1220 differ from those on
chart 2579 by varying amounts; positions
should be transferred by bearing and distance
from common charted objects, not by latitude
and longitude.
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On Chart 1734
MOORING BERTHS
The Vigo Harbour Master has established
restrictions to mooring berths A1-A3. They
should only be used under exceptional
circumstances when storms or other weather
conditions make it necessary to offer safe
haven for vessels sailing in the area, and only
when no other reasonable alternative can be
found in other established areas.
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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
See The Mariners Handbook (2009 Edition). Warnings printed below were all in force at 190500 UTC Mar 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 13, 29 March 2012 (published on the UKHO Website 19 Mar 2012).
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(1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 13
NAVAREA I warnings in force at 190500 UTC Mar 12:
2010 series: 317.
2011 series: 203 294 303.
2012 series: 008 019 021 022 023 024 025 027 028 030 033 035 038 040 043 044 046 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056.

048 DISPLAY ANOMALIES IN SOME ECDIS.
Mariners are advised that the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) check data set shows that some ECDIS
systems fail to display some significant underwater features in the Standard display mode. The use of this check data set
(issued through ENC service providers and available from the IHO website www.iho.int) to check the operation of
ECDIS is strongly recommended. JRC has confirmed that certain versions of JRC ECDIS fail to display some types of
wreck and obstruction (including stranded wrecks) in any display mode. Where JRC ECDIS is in use, paper charts
should be the primary means of navigation until the ECDIS has been proved to operate correctly.
See http://www.jrc.co.jp/eng/product/marine/whatsnew/20120313/index.html for further information.

049 SCOTLAND, EAST COAST. Chart BA 213. Rattray Head Light, 57-36.62N 001-49.01W, range
temporarily reduced to 12 miles.

050 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. Newcastle upon Tyne Northward. Chart BA 156. Coquet Light, 55-20.0N 001-32.4W,
exhibited during hours of darkness and reduced visibility only.

051 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. Approaches to Harwich. Chart BA 2052.
1. SW Shipwash Light-buoy, 51-54.8N 001-34.2E, replaced with yellow pillar light-buoy, Fl.Y.2.5s.
2. Walker Light-buoy, 51-53.8N 001-33.9E, replaced with West cardinal light-buoy, Q(9)15s.

052 Navarea I Warnings in force at 161000 UTC Mar 12. Cancel 042/12.

053 CENTRAL NORTH SEA, UK SECTOR. Chart BA 273. Seismic survey in progress by m/v Polarcus Samur towing
8 x 6000 metre long cables within area bounded by 57-06N, 56-32N, 000-47E and 001-14E.
Guard vessel Jan van Gent in attendance. Wide berth requested.

054 ENGLAND, SOUTH COAST. Eastern Approaches to The Solent. Chart BA 2037 (INT 1731).
Nab Tower Lighthouse 50-40.075N 000-57.155W, all navaids temporarily discontinued. Buoyage established as
follows:
1. East cardinal light-buoy, VQ(3) 5 sec with radar beacon , Racon (Tango), 50-40.018N 000-56.963W.
2. West cardinal light-buoy, VQ(9) 10 sec, 50-40.132N 000-57.347W.

055 OUTER HEBRIDES WESTWARD. Chart BA 1128. 1. Live weapon firings 1000 to 1800 UTC daily 19 Mar to 05
Apr within two overlapping areas of 29 miles radius centred on 57-40.0N 009-29.2W and 57-22.8N 008-47.3W.
Shipping is warned that these are extremely hazardous areas. Any vessel intending to enter these areas should contact
Hebrides Range Control on VHF Ch 16 for advice. All vessels are requested to vacate the areas during the above
periods. A maritime patrol aircraft will be operating in support of the firings and shipping is requested to comply with
any instructions given by the aircraft. 2. Cancel this message 051900 UTC Apr 12.

056 1. RIGLIST. Correct at 190500 UTC Mar 12.

Southern North Sea: 51 to 55N.
52-54.5N 003-27.4E Noble Byron Welliver
53-24.3N 001-47.1E Ensco 92
53-35.5N 001-46.5E Noble Julie Robertson
54-19.0N 002-37.2E Ensco 80




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North Sea: 55 to 60N, East of 5W and the Baltic Sea.
56-00.2N 003-11.1E Wilphoenix
56-06.0N 005-52.9E Maersk Resolve
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
56-41.8N 002-14.9E Maersk Resilient
56-42.0N 003-08.6E Maersk Gallant
56-54.9N 002-24.0E Rowan Gorilla 6
56-56.9N 002-09.2E Ensco 101
56-59.5N 001-05.8E Sedco 711
57-03.9N 003-02.7E Maersk Guardian
57-36.0N 001-38.6E Ensco 100
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
58-48.2N 002-34.3E Bredford Dolphin
59-09.8N 001-37.1E Paul B Lloyd Jr
NEW 59-56.1N 001-33.1E Rowan Norway

Norwegian Sea: 60N to 65N, East of 5W.
60-34.0N 002-44.7E COSL Pioneer
60-34.5N 003-39.5E Transocean Leader
NEW 60-36.7N 001-53.2E Sedco 714
60-44.5N 003-34.9E Songa Trym
60-45.9N 003-20.1W West Phoenix
60-49.9N 003-33.7E Stena Don
60-51.6N 003-26.8E West Venture
60-56.7N 001-33.7E Wilhunter
61-01.9N 003-26.8W Stena Carron
NEW 61-02.0N 001-07.6E Transocean John Shaw
NEW 61-05.1N 000-47.8E Sedco 704
61-05.9N 002-16.6E Deepsea Atlantic
61-16.1N 003-40.4E Songa Delta
61-18.0N 002-21.8E Ocean Vanguard
61-20.3N 003-57.4E Transocean Searcher
61-22.7N 002-06.2E Bideford Dolphin
NEW 61-27.6N 001-31.6E Stena Spey
61-29.8N 001-36.0E Byford Dolphin
64-48.7N 007-03.4E Transocean Arctic
64-58.1N 006-41.2E Transocean Winner
64-59.3N 007-00.3E Borgland Dolphin

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 047/12.

Cancel 015/12. Section V Notice ANM Weekly Edition 7/12 refers.

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AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
NP18 Baltic Pilot Volume 1 (2009 Edition)
Sweden Kattegat Northern part
Gteborg and approaches Restricted area
11
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 1.67
including heading Replace by:
Spare
1.67
12
Existing Section IVNotice Week 12/12 Paragraph 1.68 Replace
by:
1.68
1 Spare.
Swedish Notice 390/7682/2012
(SDD 2012000 035205) [13/12]
NP19 Baltic Pilot Volume 2 (2011 Edition)
Sweden East coast Restricted areas
15
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 1.89
including heading Replace by:
Spare
1.89
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 1.90
including heading Replace by:
Spare
1.90
113
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 2.201
including heading Replace by:
Spare
2.201
115
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 2.223
including heading Replace by:
Spare
2.223
145
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 3.197
including heading Replace by:
Spare
3.197
268
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 7.8
Replace by:
7.8
1 Spare.
269
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 7.17
including heading Replace by:
Spare
7.17
272
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 7.38
including heading Replace by:
Spare
7.38
284
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 7.128
Replace by:
7.128
1 Spare.
307
Existing Section IV Notice Week 12/12 Paragraph 7.280
including heading Replace by:
Spare
7.280
Swedish Notice 390/7686; 391/7684 and 7687;
392/7689/2012
(SDD 2012000 035205; 040056; 045644) [13/12]
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NP28 Dover Strait Pilot (2011 Edition)
United Kingdom Harwich Haven approaches
Directions; buoyage
283
Paragraph 12.62 1 line 4 For port hand Read W cardinal
285
Paragraph 12.74 4 line 3 For port hand Read W cardinal
Paragraph 12.74 5 line 4 For W cardinal Read special
Trinity House Notice 13/12
(SDD 2012000 030438) [13/12]
NP52 North Coast of Scotland Pilot (2009 Edition)
Scotland North coast Strathy Point Light
60
Paragraph 3.17 3 lines 4-5 Delete
61
Paragraph 3.23 4 line 5 For light (3.17) Read lighthouse
(disused)
69
Paragraph 3.75 4 line 2 Delete
Northern Lighthouse Board
(SDD 2012000 030827) [13/12]
Scotland North-east coast Covesea Skerries
Light
96
Paragraph 4.51 4 line 6 Delete
106
Paragraph 4.87 2 lines 1-2 For Covesea Skerries Light Read
Covesea Skerries Lighthouse (disused)
119
Paragraph 4.144 1 line 2 For Covesea Skerries Lighthouse Read
Covesea Skerries Lighthouse (disused)
Paragraph 4.144 3 line 4 Delete
120
Paragraph 4.147 2 line 2 For Covesea Skerries Light Read
Covesea Skerries Lighthouse (disused)
123
Paragraph 4.159 1 line 3 For Covesea Skerries Light Read
Covesea Skerries Lighthouse (disused)
128
Paragraph 4.178 1 line 3 For Covesea Skerries Lighthouse Read
Covesea Skerries Lighthouse (disused)
Paragraph 4.178 2 line 3 Delete
Northern Lighthouse Board
(SDD 2012000 030829) [13/12]
NP58A Norway Pilot Volume 3A (2010 Edition)
Torgvret north-east of Tverrtaren Depth
110
Paragraph 3.290 1 line 7 For 94 m Read 82 m
Norwegian Notice 05/43181/12
(SDD 2012000 051194) [13/12]
Kanstadfjorden Straumen Vertical clearance
328
Paragraph 9.33 1 line 2 For 10 m Read 5 m
Norwegian Notice 05/43137/12
(SDD 2012000 051194) [13/12]
NP66 West Coast of ScotlandPilot (2011 Edition)
The Little Minch Loch Maddy
Directions; light
336
Paragraph 6.226 7 line 4 Delete reported in 2011 as
unreliable,
Northern Lighthouse Board
(SDD 2012000 045711) [13/12]
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In force 31 March 2012
NP no
Page(s)
Title
Weekly
Edition
1 Africa 1 15th Edition (2009) 26/09
93, 95 Islas Canarias Isla de Gran Canaria Directions; depth; buoy 17/10
99 Islas Canarias Isla de Gran Canaria Puerto de La Luz Directions 11/11
117 Arquiplago de Cabo Verde Northern Group Ilha do Sal Porto da Palmeira
Directions
44/11
145
Morocco Mohammedia Approaches Directions; buoyage; depth; dangerous
wrecks
37/10
156 Morocco Safi Directions; Light 07/10
195 Mauritania Port de Nouakchott South-westward Restricted areas; offshore
installation; mooring buoy
01/11
270 Sierra Leone Freetown Pepel 45/11
301 Ivory Coast San-Pdro approaches Directions; depth 17/10
313, 324, 325, 334, 337,
340
West African Gas Pipeline Buoyage 48/09
315 Ghana Jubilee Oil Field Restricted area 02/10
325 Ghana Tema Approaches Dangerous wreck 35/10
344 Nigeria Lagos Approaches Dangerous wreck 32/10
344 Nigeria Lagos Directions; buoyage 10/10
344 Nigeria Lagos Approaches and Entrance Channel Depths 34/09
362 Nigeria Forcados River to Brass River Directions; dangerous wreck 30/11
367
Nigeria Forcados River to Brass River Offshore terminals Pennington Oil
Terminal
02/10
382 Nigeria Offshore terminals Bonny Offshore Oil Terminal 10/10
2 Africa 2 16th Edition (2011) 12/11
Title error correction 38/11
97 Equatorial Guinea Isla de Bioko Puerto de Malabo Arrival information;
Prohibited anchorage; Submarine cable
30/11
121 Cameroun Limbe Directions for entering harbour Obstruction 21/11
187, 188 Angola Approaches to River Congo Soyo Angola LNG Terminal 49/11
201, 202, 204, 207 Mozambique Beira Approach and entry; arrival information; directions 01/12
202 Angola River Congo to Ponta das Palmeirinhas PSVM Terminal 06/12
240, 241, 242 Namibia Walvis Bay Controlling depths; Arrival information; Directions for
entering harbour; Berths
37/11
3 Africa 3 15th Edition (2010) 20/10
94 South Africa South coast Storm Point Depth 41/10
102 South Africa Port Elizabeth Outer anchorages Shoal depth 39/11
107 South Africa Port of Ngqura Directions; Leading lights 10/11
109 South Africa Algoa Bay Directions; depth 17/11
154, 162 South Africa Durban Directions Major light; directional light 01/11
157, 158 South Africa Durban offshore oil terminal General information; arrival information 39/11
201, 202, 204, 207 Mozambique Beira Approach and entry; arrival information; directions 01/12
290, 291, 390, 391 Tanzania Msasani Bay Submarine cable; anchorage 25/10
290 Tanzania Msasani Bay Submarine cable; anchorage 51/10
331, 334 Kenya Mombasa Pilotage; buoyage 41/10
349 Kenya Lamu Bay and approaches Directions; obstruction 28/11
4 South-East Alaska 7th Edition (2010) 09/11
Nil
5 South America 1 17th Edition (2011) 23/11
201, 212 Brazil E coast Directions; Offshore marks 25/11
213 Brazil E coast Offshore terminal 25/11
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6 South America 2 18th Edition (2011) 50/11
235 Chile Baha Cook Pilot boarding position 10/12
235 Chile Baha Cook Directions; racon; Automatic Identification System; light 10/12
243, 244, 252 Chile Canal Cockburn Directions; light 10/12
7 South America 3 10th Edition (2009) 41/09
4 Aids to navigation Automatic Identification System 12/10
71-72 Pacific Ocean Outlying dangers Breakers 13/10
77 South Pacific Ocean Isla San Ambrosio Off-lying shoal 51/09
141 Chile Baha de Quelln Pilot boarding place 05/10
186 Chile Baha Ancud Pilot boarding place 05/10
223 Chile Punta Pea Blanca to Punta Concn Directions; buoy 05/10
250 Chile Puerto Huasco Pilotage; anchorages 27/10
270 Chile Puerto Antofagasta Wreck 41/09
275-276 Chile Mejillones del Sur Port limit; pilotage; anchorages; terminal 14/10
315 Peru Isla Asia to Isla San Lorenzo Directions; wreck 41/09
316 Peru Cerro Azul Light 41/09
339 Peru Punta Pacasmayo to Isla Lobos de Tierra Directions; wreck 41/09
346 Peru Paita to Punta Cabo Blanco Directions; platform 41/09
373 Ecuador Manta Harbour regulation 47/11
385, 387 Colombia Buenaventura Anchorages; light 41/09
388 Colombia Baha de Mlaga Directions; light buoy 41/09
7A South America 4 5th Edition (2010) 18/10
3 Navigation and Regulations Charts Foreign charts 18/10
4 Navigation and Regulations Radio facilities DGPS 18/10
73 Guyane Franaise les du Salut to Fleuve Maroni Directions 18/10
73 Guyane Franaise Fleuve Mana Charts; description; directions 18/10
73-74
Guyane Franaise Fleuve Maroni Charts; general information; depth; directions;
landmarks; useful marks; anchorage
18/10
74 Guyane Franaise Fleuve Maroni General information; directions 20/10
75
Surinam Fleuve Maroni to the approaches to Suriname Rivier General
information; directions
18/10
80-81 Surinam Nickerie Rivier Pilotage; directions; buoyage 40/10
83 Guyana Corentyn River General information; directions 40/10
86 Guyana New Amsterdam to Georgetown Directions; wreck 18/10
119 Trinidad East coast Directions; light 23/10
160, 162, 165, 167 Venezuela Isla Coche Major light 23/10
173-175
Venezuela Puerto La Cruz Port authorities; anchorage; harbours; hazards;
directions; berths
23/10
173 Venezuela Puerto La Cruz Pilot boarding position 18/10
176, 178 Venezuela Puerto Jose Pilot boarding position 18/10
187, 190 Venezuela Puerto La Guaira and Catia La Mar Anchorages; pilotage 37/10
205, 209 Venezuela Archipielago Las Aves Directions; light 33/10
211-212 Nederlandse Antillen Klein Curaao Light 23/10
228 Aruba South coast Directions 18/10
229-230 Aruba Sint Nicolaas Pilot boarding position 18/10
280 Colombia Punta de la Garita Directions Light 20/10
283-284
Colombia Baha de Cartagena Directions Bocachica Leading lights; useful
mark
35/10
284 Colombia Baha de Cartagena Bocachica Directions; deep-water channel 18/10
292 Colombia Golfo de Urab Directions; buoy 18/10
292-294
Colombia Golfo de Urab General information; depths; directions; landmark;
lights; description; anchorages; pilotage; berths
20/10
8 Pacific coasts of
Central America and
United States
12th Edition (2010) 29/10
83 Pacific Ocean Guardian Bank north-westwards Depths 29/10
192,193 Mexico Golfo de California Guaymas Directions; lights 23/11
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199-200
Mexico Baha de la Paz Baha Pichilingue and approaches Depth; leading
lights
37/10
250, 260 United States of America California Approaches to San Diego Directions;
dangerous wreck
47/11
261
United States of America California Entrance to San Diego Bay Directions;
rock
29/10
263, 453 United States of America California San Clemente Island Safety Zone 39/10
266 United States of America Pacific coast Begg Rock Buoyage 49/11
275 United States of America California Approaches to Long Beach and Los Angeles
VTS; area
30/11
275
United States of America San Pedro Bay and approaches Regulations
concerning entry; tankers
49/10
335
United States of America California San Francisco Bay Alcatraz Island
Directions; fog signal
29/10
338-339
United States of America Port of San Francisco San Francisco-Oakland Bay
Bridge Directions; passage
50/10
338 United States of America Pacific Coast San Francisco Limiting conditions;
Vertical clearances; San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge
51/11
348
United States of America California San Francisco Bay Port of Richmond
Project depth
39/10
351, 454 United States of America California San Pablo Bay Safety Zone 30/11
390 United States of America Pacific Coast Oregon Chetco River Entrance depths 30/11
400, 401 United States of America Pacific Coast Oregon Yaquina Bay Directions;
depths
30/11
410, 455
United States of America West coast Columbia River Safety and Security
Zone Regulations
39/10
418, 458 United States of America Willamette River Portland Traffic Regulation 42/11
431 United States of America Oregon Grays Harbor Directions; breakers 29/10
449 United States of America Pacific Coast Navigation Safety Regulations; electronic
position fixing devices
30/11
454 United States of America Pacific Coast Regulated Navigation Areas; Security
Zones
11/12
458
United States of America Oregon Columbia River Port of Portland Regulated
Navigation Area
29/10
458 United States of America Pacific Coast Columbia River Safety and Security
Zone Regulations
30/11
461 United States of America California San Diego Bay Naval Danger Zone 29/10
480, 482, 486, 488 United States of America Pacific Coast National Marine Sanctuary Program
Regulations
11/12
487-488, 488 United States of America Pacific Coast National Marine Sanctuary Program
Regulations
10/12
9 Antarctic 7th Edition (2009) 31/09
169 South Georgia and Approaches Cumberland Bay King Edward Cove
Directions; light beacons
10/12
173 South Georgia and Approaches Cumberland Bay to Cape Charlotte Ocean
Harbour Directions
10/12
299 Gerlache Strait - South Part - Port Lockroy Directions; Isolated Shoal 51/11
368, 369, 372 James Ross Island Group Cape Purvis to Cape Longing through Prince Gustav
Channel Route; directions
04/12
372 James Ross Island Group Cape Purvis to Cape Longing through Prince Gustav
Channel Directions
04/12
10 Arctic 1 8th Edition (2010) 10/11
463 Russia Laptev Sea Reka Lena Delta Wreck 30/11
11 Arctic 2 10th Edition (2010) 39/10
4 Radio Navigational Warnings 41/10
201 Svalbard Spitsbergen West coast Hornsundbanken Underwater rock 39/10
201 Svalbard Wedel Jarlsberg Land Underwater rock 48/10
235 Svalbard Hinlopenstretet Anchorages 43/11
251 Svalbard Freemansundet Rock awash 42/10
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12 Arctic 3 8th Edition (2007) 41/07
3 Canada Traffic Reporting Systems NORDREG 33/10
6 Radio Navigational Warnings 41/10
155 Greenland W coast Kangerdluarssuk tugdleq Power cable 48/09
170 Greenland W coast Grnne Ejland Marine reserve 44/09
173 Greenland West coast Jakobshavns Isfjord Description; protected area 18/09
180 Greenland Vaigat East coast At Sund Depth 40/11
199 Greenland Torqussrssuk Rock 40/11
208 Greenland West coast Wolstenholme Fjord Island; rock 42/10
219-220 Canada Hudson Strait Grenfell Sound 05/10
280-281 Canada Hudson Bay Churchill Pilot boarding position 51/09
536 Appendix III 41/07
13 Australia 1 3rd Edition (2011) 40/11
2 Navigation and Regulations Traffic and Operations Fishing; marine farms 01/12
231 Western Australia Port Walcott Controlling depths 09/12
234 Western Australia Johns Creek Approach; buoy 45/11
235 Western Australia Dampier Directions; depths 07/12
249 Western Australia Barrow Island Oil Terminal Controlling depth 48/11
251 Western Australia Griffin Marine Terminal Operational status 44/11
256 Western Australia Saladin Marine Terminal Under-keel clearance 48/11
318, 319-320, 321 Western Australia Oyster Harbour Directions 40/11
331 Western Australia Esperance Anchorages 08/12
345 South Australia Smoky Bay Directions; marine farms 02/12
346 South Australia Warburton Channel Directions; depth 09/12
346 South Australia Streaky Bay Directions; depth 09/12
356 South Australia Spencer Gulf Directions; Caution 04/12
361 South Australia Point Boston Directions; marine farms 01/12
364 South Australia Franklin Harbor Directions 47/11
367 South Australia Point Turton Directions; marine farms 01/12
380 South Australia Port Augusta Directions; marine farms 01/12
381 South Australia Port Augusta Directions; buoy 45/11
14 Australia 2 11th Edition (2010) 21/10
2 Navigation and Regulations Traffic and Operations Fishing; marine farms 01/12
103, 104 Victoria Port Phillip Pilotage: depths 35/11
104 Victoria Port Phillip South Channel Controlling Depths 11/12
104 Victoria Port Phillip transit restictions 35/11
106, 108 Victoria Port Phillip Heads Directions; sector light; depth 43/11
114 Victoria Port Phillip Swan Island docks Directions 43/11
115 Victoria Port Phillip Approaches to Geelong Directions; channel 11/12
126 Victoria Port Phillip Approaches to Melbourne Directions; channel 11/12
126 Victoria Port Phillip Approaches to Melbourne West Channel Directions 43/11
134 Victoria Melbourne Depths 35/11
146 Victoria Hastings Arrival Information; regulations concerning entry 49/11
175 Victoria Lakes Entrance Directions; buoy 03/12
189 Tasmania Robbins Passage Directions; buoyage 08/12
203,207 Tasmania - Port Dalrymple Pilotage; anchorages 02/11
228 Tasmania Cape Sorell Directions; rock 01/12
259 Tasmania Hobart Directions 43/11
274 Tasmania Spring Bay and approaches Port limits 36/11
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293 New South Wales Batemans Bay Directions; fish aggregation device 43/11
301 New South Wales Jervis Bay Directions; buoy 43/11
312 New South Wales - Port Kembla Anchorages 29/11
324 New South Wales Cape Banks Fishing; fish aggregation devices 43/11
327 New South Wales Sydney Harbour Vertical clearance 45/11
15 Australia 3 11th Edition (2009) 31/09
2 Navigation and Regulations Traffic and Operations Fishing; marine farms 01/12
13 Australia Queensland Ship reporting systems Torres Strait and Great Barrier
Reef ship reporting system
28/11
92 Australia New South Wales Port Jackson to Broken Bay Directions; fish
aggregation device
45/11
102 Australia New South Wales Newcastle Outer Anchorages 29/11
116, 117 Australia New South Wales Sugarloaf Point to Smoky Cape Directions; fish
aggregation devices
45/11
116 Australia New South Wales Mermaid Reef Directions 06/11
119-120 New South Wales Port Macquarie Directions; leading lights 39/10
129 Australia New South Wales Point Danger Directions 06/11
140, 141 Australia Queensland Gneering Shoals Directions; depths 01/11
142 Queensland Approaches to Moreton Bay Directions 37/09
142 Australia Queensland Moreton Bay North part of Main Channel Directions 15/11
143 Australia Queensland Moreton Bay Side Channels; directions 51/11
143 Queensland Moreton Bay North East Channel Directions; buoyage 07/10
146 Queensland Mooloolaba Harbour Directions; depth 09/12
156 Australia Queensland Brisbane River Hamilton Reach Berths; depths 16/11
168 Australia Queensland Double Island Point Directions; Wolf Rock 06/12
168 Queensland Cape Moreton to Breaksea Spit Directions; wreck 47/10
171 Australia Queensland Capricorn Channel Directions 44/11
175 Queensland Hervey Bay Directions; shoal 09/12
184 Australia Queensland Kolan River Directions 11/12
184 Australia Queensland Colosseum Inlet Approach; obstruction 11/12
218, 219, 221, 222, 231,
234, 235, 238, 239
Queensland Hay Point Port and Mackay approaches Directions; depths;
anchorage
22/10
267 Australia Queensland Abbot Point Directions; leading lights ; berths 51/10
268 Australia Queensland Cape Upstart Directions; wreck 04/12
272 Australia Queensland Magnetic Passage Directions 44/11
279 Australia Queensland Goold Island Directions; wreck 04/12
303 Australia Queensland Cairns Anchorage 04/12
303 Australia Queensland Cairns Pilotage 38/11
310 Queensland Port Douglas Pilot boarding position 17/10
312 Queensland Cape Tribulation Directions; wreck 09/12
318 Queensland Cooktown Pilot boarding position 17/10
338 Australia Queensland Owen Channel Directions; depth 44/11
341 Australia Queensland Bow Reef Directions; light 44/11
395 Papua New Guinea Port Moresby to Yule Island Directions; depth 01/11
416 Queensland Torres Strait Great North East Channel Directions; depth 09/12
425 Australia Torres Strait Prince of Wales Channel Directions; approach from
inner route
50/11
427 Australia Torres Strait Alert Patches Directions; light buoy 50/11
428 Australia Queensland Prince of Wales Channel Directions 44/11
428 Australia Torres Strait Varzin Passage Directions; depth 05/12
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432 Queensland Torres Strait Thursday Island Pilotage 41/10
440 Australia Torres Strait Red Island Point Anchorage 02/12
18 Baltic 1 15th Edition (2009) 02/10
3, 198 Denmark/Sweden The Sound SOUNDREP ship reporting system 35/11
8, 72, 74, 127, 128,
128-129, 140, 146, 165,
166, 167, 168, 169, 170,
186, 192, 198, 199
Denmark Kattegat Directions Routes 40/10
11, 12, 80, 101, 103 Sweden Kattegat Northern part Gteborg and approaches Restricted area 12/12
11, 12 Sweden Kattegat Northern part Gteborg and approaches Restricted area 13/12
128 Denmark Kattegat Ls SE Groves Flak Route T Buoys and shoal 09/12
172 Denmark Kattegat west Forns to Sams Blt Directions; track; depth 51/11
210, 215, 220 Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn Trekroner Light sector 02/12
215, 220, 221 Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn Trekroner and Prvesten Light
sectors
49/11
217 Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Arrival information; Restricted area 49/11
220 Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn Trekroner Light sector 06/12
220 Denmark The Sound Kbenhavns Havn Kronlbet directional lights 06/12
223 Denmark Kbenhavn Basins and berths; Depths 13/11
225 Sweden The Sound Lundkrabukten Lous Flak to Malm Redd 10/12
254, 255, 257, 259, 260,
286, 288
Denmark Storeblt Directions; lights 43/10
271, 272 Denmark rhus Bugt Hov Havn Lights 34/10
277, 278, 278-279, 279 Denmark Odense Fjord Directions; buoyage; beacons; dredged channel 46/11
287 Denmark Storeblt Link West section Vertical and horizontal clearances 06/10
287 Denmark Storeblt Link; Vertical clearance 22/10
288, 289 Denmark Storeblt sterrenden N Light replaced by buoy 11/12
424, 427 Germany Flensburg Outer Approaches Directions; anchorage 02/10
442, 445, 446 Germany Travemnde Directions; route; leading lights 02/10
19 Baltic 2 15th Edition (2011) 26/11
15, 113, 114, 115, 145,
235, 268, 269, 272, 276,
278, 284, 307
Sweden East coast Restricted areas 12/12
15, 113, 115, 145, 268,
269, 272, 284, 307
Sweden East coast Restricted areas 13/12
196, 197, 197-198 Sweden Vstervik approaches Directions; tracks; lights; buoyage; depth 43/11
215, 221-222, 222 Sweden Norrkping Pampushamnen Directions; lights; buoys; dredged
channel; depths
31/11
20 Baltic 3 11th Edition (2010) 24/10
10 Navigation and regulations Traffic and operations Traffic Recommended
tracks
51/11
19, 360, 417, 418, 422,
450, 489
Sweden Gulf of Bothnia Special regulations; restricted area 12/12
90 Gulf of Finland Porkkala to Kalbdagrund Directions; traffic separation schemes 43/10
91, 117, 119 Russia Luzhskaya Guba Directions 06/11
109 Gulf of Finland Estonia Muuga sadam and approaches Approach east of Aksi
Recommended track
08/12
142 Finland Koppns Directions; Lights 49/10
162 Finland Helsinki approaches Bjrkfjrden Directions; leading beacons;
authorised draught
29/11
167 Finland Helsinki Directions; authorised draught 43/10
169 Finland Helsinki Directions; authorised draught 40/10
195, 197, 203, 204, 205,
207, 208
Finland Approaches to Hamina Directions; routes; buoys, lights; depths;
anchorages
29/11
210 Finland Hamina to Vyborg Directions; leading lights 24/10
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212, 214, 215 Russian Federation Vyborg and approaches Gavan Vysotsk Directions;
depths; lights; beacons; buoys
24/11
233 Finland Frby Directions; lights 49/10
235 Finland Ut to Hanko channel Directions; Lights 02/11
235, 238, 239, 240, 244,
245, 246, 248, 253, 254,
255, 256, 260, 261, 264,
265
Finland Naantali Directions; lights; depths 24/10
290, 291 Finland Rauma and approaches Directions: leading beacons 24/10
314, 315, 316 Finland Gulf of Bothnia North-west approaches to Vaasa Other aids to
navigation; Track guide
47/11
314, 315, 316 Finland North-west approaches to Vaasa Directions; beacons; buoys 43/11
336, 337 Finland Raahe Approach; limiting conditions; turning basin; directions 26/10
378, 379 Sweden Skutskr-Harns Directions; depths 48/10
379, 381 Sweden Sea of Bothnia Gvle Fredrikskanhamnen Controlling depths 02/12
442 Sweden Efesgrundet to Vktaren Directions; light 26/10
442 Sweden Hrnefors Authorised draught 26/10
463 Sweden Skelleftehamn Authorised draught 26/10
468 Sweden Kgehamn Authorised draught 26/10
489 Sweden Trehamn Authorised draught 26/10
489, 490 Sweden Trehamn Directions; lights 43/10
21 Bay of Bengal 11th Edition (2010) 44/10
99 India Kkinda Bay to Vamsadhra River Gangavaram Port 21/11
117 India East Coast Dhmra Port 10/12
200 Bay of Bengal south-eastern part Taung Kyun Su Depths 09/11
22 Bay of Biscay 11th Edition (2010) 34/10
66 France West Coast Benodet Directions; light 05/11
132 France La Loire Approaches Prohibited area 34/11
190 France West Coast La Seudre Light 45/11
280 Spain North coast Aviles Directions; light 06/12
23 Bering Sea and Strait 7th Edition (2009) 33/09
7-8 Maritime safety information 41/10
207 United States of America Unalaska Island Dutch Harbor Anchorage 18/10
266 United States of America Attu Island Loran tower 49/10
312 United States of America Alaska Port Clarence Loran tower 20/10
321 United States of America Alaska Red Dog Directions; racon 33/09
390 Russia Pacific coast Port Beringovskiy Anchorage 35/10
24 Black Sea and Sea of
Azov
3rd Edition (2010) 30/10
100 Turkey zmit Krfezi Traffic separation scheme 01/12
141 Turkey Trabzon Pipeline 11/11
144 Turkey Kizkalesi to aml Burnu Pazar Marine farm 30/10
191 Ukraine Dnistrovskyi Lyman Approach and entry 04/11
192 Ukraine Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Wreck 47/11
194 Ukraine Illichivsk Obstruction 01/11
195 Ukraine Illichivsk Directions; shoal patch 32/11
255 Russia Sochi Obstruction 04/11
25 British Columbia 1 14th Edition (2010) 47/10
93 United States of America Puget Sound Ports and Inlets West of Puget Sound
Restricted areas; hazard lights
08/12
131 United States of America Rosario Strait Belle Rock Light 49/11
208 Canada Vancouver Burrard Inlet Directions; lights 12/12
209 Canada Port Moody Directions; leading lights 40/11
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26 British Columbia 2 10th Edition (2011) 12/12
Nil
27 Channel 8th Edition (2009) 12/10
14 United Kingdom HM Coastguard Emergency Towing Vessels 40/11
68, 75, 78 England South coast Isles of Scilly Round Island Directions; other aids to
navigation; racon
42/11
69, 70, 71, 374, 390, 393 England English Channel Aids to navigation 01/11
71, 374, 392 Channel Islands Alderney Directions; light 14/11
80 England South coast Isles of Scilly Pilotage 33/10
92 England South coast Penzance Harbour Limiting conditions 31/10
145 England South Coast Salcombe Limiting conditions; controlling depth 20/11
212, 258 England The Solent Port of Southampton Small Ships Anchorage 24/11
226, 228 England South coast Chichester Harbour Limiting conditions; directions 15/10
259 England South coast Port of Southampton Traffic regulations 13/10
283, 287, 289 France Approaches to Brest Buoyage 13/10
284, 298 France LIroise with Brest and Baie de Douarnenez Pilotage 26/10
295 France Llorn Saint-Nicolas Prohibited areas 11/12
372, 399 Channel Islands Sark General information; controlled zones 34/11
405, 406, 407 Channel Islands Approaches to Saint Helier Directions; light beacon 40/11
432, 433, 434 France Cherbourg and approaches Arrival information 12/10
432, 436, 438 France Cherbourg Offshore coal terminal 06/11
451, 456 France Dives-Sur-Mer Directions; light; buoyage 12/12
485 France Port du Havre Antifer and approaches Outer anchorages; wreck 06/11
28 Dover Strait 9th Edition (2011) 01/12
283, 285 United Kingdom Harwich Haven approaches Directions; buoyage 13/12
30 China Sea 1 8th Edition (2010) 43/10
Nil
31 China Sea 2 9th Edition (2010) 22/10
68 Dangerous Ground Nares Bank and Reed Tablemount Depths 29/11
71 South China Sea Dangerous Ground Fiery Cross Reef Major Light 34/10
100 Sarawak Pulau Burong Light 01/12
116 Sarawak Kuala Bintulu Directions 42/11
118 Borneo North-west coast Kuala Niah Directions 29/11
155 Borneo North-west coast Emerald Shoal Depth 24/11
196 Philippine Islands Luzon West coast Manila harbour Dredged area 38/10
32 China Sea 3 8th Edition (2011) 48/11
65 Taiwan Taiwan Strait Direct Cross-strait Shipping Links 50/11
117 Taiwan East Coast Direct Cross-strait Shipping Links 50/11
125 Taiwan East coast Su-ao Kang Anchorage 03/12
146 China East Coast Xiamen Gang Approach and entry 48/11
311, 313, 315, 317 China Yellow Sea Lianyungang Directions; buoyage 09/12
350 China Yellow Sea Penglai Anchorage 48/11
384 China Bohai Tianjin Gang Dagukou South Anchorage Dangerous wreck 03/12
391 China Bohai Jingtang Directions; racon 51/11
404 China Boi Hai Jinzhou Gang Directions 06/12
405, 407 China Bo Hai Yingkou Vertical clearance; racon 48/11
33 Philippine Islands 4th Edition (2011) 41/11
285 Luzon Pagbilao Power Station 51/11
398 Philippine Islands Mindanao Container Terminal 03/12
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34 Indonesia 2 5th Edition (2009) 47/09
61 Indonesia South coast of Jawa Tanjung Intan Limiting conditions 34/10
72 Indonesia North coast of Jawa Pulau Bawean Directions; major light 17/10
81 Indonesia North Coast of Jawa Selat Surabaya and approaches Depths 05/12
81
Indonesia North Coast of Jawa Selat Surabaya Gresik Poleng Oilfield
Submarine gas pipeline
47/09
81, 84
Indonesia North coast of Jawa Selat Surabaya and approaches Directions;
vertical clearance; buoyage
16/10
85 Indonesia North Coast of Jawa Selat Surabaya Gresik Berths 47/09
87 Indonesia North Coast of Jawa Selat Surabaya Port of Tanjungperak Wreck 47/09
88, 89 Indonesia North coast of Madura Directions; major light 17/10
122 Indonesia Nusa Tenggara Lombok Teluk Ayang Southwards Rock 47/09
167 Indonesia Pulau Sumba South-east coast Directions; major light 17/10
192, 193, 194 Indonesia Selat Flores Directions; lights 04/10
220, 221, 222 Kalimantab Sangai Burito Directions 49/11
245 Indonesia East Coast of Kalimantan Teluk Balikpapan Private Terminal 33/11
268 Approaches to Makassar North-west Approach Channel Shoal 41/11
423 Indonesia Sulawesi Selat Bangka Pulau Talisei Tanjung Arus Racon 47/09
35 Indonesia 3 5th Edition (2011) 28/11
188, 189 Indonesia East Coast of Halmahera Teluk Buli Directions; shoal; lights 32/11
36 Indonesia 1 6th Edition (2009) 18/09
85, 86, 159 Java Sea Gosong Mampango Light; racon 12/10
108 Indonesia Pulau-pulau Karimunjawa Unexploded Ordnance 03/11
119 N coast of Java Tanjung Leran Power station and pier 29/11
126 Sumatera East coast Tanjung Selokan Dangerous wreck 31/09
143 Indonesia Selat Baur Pulau Kasenga Racon 06/11
143 Selat Gelasa Selat Baur Directions 27/09
164, 165 Tanjung Pandan Major lights; directions 32/09
37 West Coasts of
England and Wales
18th Edition (2011) 39/11
65, 66, 67, 76, 79, 80, 83,
84, 87, 93
England West Coast Bristol Channel Light 08/12
66, 67 England Isles of Scilly Directions; racon 42/11
162 Wales South-west coast Turbot Bank Directions; buoy 10/12
218 Wales North-west coast Anglesey Penrhyn Mawr 06/12
235, 237 Wales West coast Menai Strait Directions 39/11
245 England Liverpool Bay Directions; buoy 04/12
251-252 Wales River Dee Estuary Berths 11/12
255 England River Mersey Arrival information; Vessel traffic service 04/12
279, 282, 296, 297, 298 England West Coast Directions Buoy 48/11
289 England West coast Heysham Buoy 09/12
313 England Solway Firth Silloth Harbour Maximum draught 06/12
38 West Coast of India 16th Edition (2010) 25/10
141 Sri Lanka East Coast Trincomalee to Pulmoddai Roads Directions; wreck 44/11
161, 162, 163, 164
Sri Lanka West coast Colombo harbour Limiting conditions; arrival information;
directions; berths
25/10
185 India West coast Quilon Port authority; pilotage 25/10
187 India West coast Quilon to Kochi Directions; obstruction 25/10
191 India West coast Kochi Harbour Spoil ground 25/10
223 India West coast Krwr to Mormugao Head Directions; dangerous wreck 25/10
228 India West coast Mandvi River Pilotage 25/10
252
Approaches to Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Bravo (West) anchorage
Wreck
40/11
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268 South approach to Gulf of Khambht Hzira (Srat) Port Pilotage 49/11
276, 277 Ppvv Port Approach and entry, Pilotage, Directions recommended track 30/11
281 India West coast Dahej Port authority; pilotage; tidal stream; berths 25/10
281 Gulf of Khambht Dahej Arrival information; berth 49/11
289 India West coast Verval to Porbandar Directions; wreck 25/10
290, 291
India West coast Porbandar to Kachchigadh Directions; safety fairways;
wrecks
25/10
291 Porbandar to Kachchigadh Ghughadwa Creek SPM 37/11
295, 304, 306 West part of Gulf of Kachchh Major Light 12/12
302, 303 West part of Gulf of Kachchh Salya Harbour Anchorages 37/11
304 India West coast Karod Nadi to Navnl Point Directions; buoyage 25/10
305 India Mundra Port information 38/10
308 India West coast Vdnr Offshore Oil Terminal Function; maximum size 25/10
309
India West coast Essar Vdnr Terminal Port authority; limiting conditions;
berths
25/10
314, 315, 316
India West coast Kandla Harbour and approaches Pilotage; spoil grounds;
berths
25/10
39 South Indian Ocean 13th Edition (2011) 36/11
Nil
40 Irish Coast 18th Edition (2010) 01/11
58 Ireland South coast Cork Harbour to Tuskar Rock Directions: light buoy 12/12
70, 78, 80 Ireland South-west coast Bantry Bay Directions 11/12
77 South coast Castletownbere Directions Leading lights 01/11
77 Southwest coast Castletown Bearhaven Directional light 13/11
82, 83, 84, 85 South-west coast Dunmanus Bay Directions 29/11
116 South coast Cork Submarine cables 42/11
116 South coast Cork Pilot boarding 06/12
118 South coast Cork Harbour Directions; buoy 01/11
156 West coast Approaches to Rosslare Europort South Shear Buoyage 12/11
163 East coast Glassgorman Banks Directions; buoyage 12/11
167 East coast Directions; buoyage 22/11
171, 176, 177, 178 Ireland East Coast Dublin Vessel traffic service 07/12
186, 196, 197, 198 East coast Dundalk Directions; principal marks 30/11
186, 196, 199, 200, 201,
205
East coast Carlingford Lough Haulbowline Light 33/11
217, 218 Northern Ireland Strangford Lough Directions 17/11
227 Northern Ireland East Coast Donaghadee Sound Directions; buoy 04/12
234-235 Northern Ireland East coast Belfast Pilotage 12/11
239, 241 Northern Ireland Approaches to Larne Lough Directions 08/12
265 West coast Valentia Harbour Directions; directional light 12/11
267 West coast Valentia River Directions; leading lights 26/11
272, 282, 284 West coast Kilcredaun Head Principal mark 14/11
278, 284 Ireland South-west coast River Shannon Pilot boarding positions; anchorages 05/12
283 West coast River Shannon Directions; buoyage 32/11
283 Ireland South-west coast Shannon Estuary Directions; buoyage 12/12
319 West coast Kiggaul Bay Approach; light 13/11
370 West coast Sligo Harbour Directions; beacon 01/11
372 West coast Donegal Bay Directions 35/11
382 West coast Ballyshannon Entrance Leading lights 01/11
382 West coast Inver Bay Useful marks 35/11
396 West coast Bunbeg Directions; aids to navigation 22/11
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402 West coast Sheep Haven Breaghy Head Light 22/11
420, 427 Northern Ireland North coast River Foyle General information; vertical
clearance
05/12
422, 425 Northern Ireland North coast River Foyle Directions 05/12
426 Northern Ireland North coast River Foyle Leading lights 05/12
428, 431 Northern Ireland North coast The Skerries Directions 42/11
41 Japan 1 9th Edition (2009) 44/09
76 Honshu Northwest coast Hagi Ko Ai Shima Light 04/10
88 Honshu Northwest coast Misumi Ko Towers 27/10
89 Honshu Northwest coast Tako Hana Wreck 08/10
176, 184, 191, 192 Honshu Northwest coast Light 05/10
275, 357, 360 Russia Pacific Coast Zaliv Aniva Prigorodnoye 49/10
284 Hokkaido South coast Tomakomai Ko Prohibited anchorage 11/10
42A Japan 2 3rd Edition (2011) 25/11
Nil
42B Japan 3 9th Edition (2011) 11/12
Nil
42C Japan 4 3rd Edition (2011) 15/11
Nil
43 South and East Coasts
of Korea, East Coast of
Siberia and Sea of
Okhotsk
9th Edition (2011) 33/11
81 Cheju Do North Coast Aewologot to Cheju Hang Cheju Hang; Pilot Station 03/12
81, 82 South Korea - South coast - Cheju Do Cheju Hang Harbour; Development 49/11
89 South Coast Offshore Route Chuja Hang Position and function; directions 11/12
99 South Korea South Coast Inshore Route - Haenamgak to Somodo Directions;
wreck
03/12
106 South Korea - South coast Chungdo Sudo East entrance Light beacon 49/11
109 Inshore Route - Chima Do to Sori Do - Approaches to Yja Man and Kamak Yang
Directions; depth
06/12
120 Outer Approaches to Ysu Hang and Kwangyang Hang Yokchi Do and Chwasari
Chedo Vertical clearance
05/12
129 South Korea Kwangyang Hang Anchorages 03/12
131 Inshore Route Paek S to Tumi Do Mijo Hang Vertical clearance 05/12
134 Chinju Man and approaches Vertical clearances 10/12
138 Samchnpo Hang to Nam Man Kosng Man Vertical clearance 05/12
140 Inshore Route Tumi Do to Pbujido Offshore Islands Ynhwa Ylto Vertical
clearance
05/12
140 Tongyng Haeman and Kynnaeryang and Haehyp Vertical clearance 05/12
159 South Korea - South Coast - Chinhae Man Vertical clearance 12/12
184 S Korea - East Coast - Mipo Hang Anchorage areas 12/12
204 Chumunjin Dan to Pisn Jang Directions; light 09/12
205 Sokcho Hang Directions for entering harbour; light 09/12
206 Pisn Jang to Suwn Dan Directions; light 09/12
44 Malacca Strait and
West Coast of
Sumatera
10th Edition (2011) 09/12
Nil
45 Mediterranean 1 14th Edition (2011) 02/12
398, 399, 400 Sicilia Porto di Pozzallo Traffic Separation Scheme 08/12
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46 Mediterranean 2 13th Edition (2011) 18/11
71 France Le Barcars, Port-Saint-Ange Obstruction 18/11
85 France Port de Fos Depths; dredged areas 04/12
96 France Port de Mjean Entrance Underwater rock 18/11
97 France Marseille-Nord Anchorage Obstruction 18/11
119 France South coast Port de Cavalaire Anchorage 48/11
129 France Cannes Golfe Juan Beacon tower 35/11
148 Italy North-west Coast San Remo Wreck 28/11
156 Italy West coast Savona Anchor berths; legends 31/11
161 Italy Genova Outer anchorages Caution 18/11
193 Italy W coast Livorno Anchorage 31/11
300 Italy Sardegna Punta Marmorata Beacons 41/11
310 Italy Sardegna Approaches to Porto di Olbia Pilotage 33/11
311 Italy Sardegna Approaches to Porto di Olbia Racon 33/11
319 Italy Sardegna Capo Sferracavallo Prohibited area 06/12
320 Italy Sardegna Capo San Lorenzo Prohibited area 06/12
340 Italy South-east of Capo dAnzio Torre Astura Obstruction 18/11
362 Italy West coast Bagnoli Isolotto di Nisida Explosive dumping ground 31/11
369 Italy West coast Torre del Greco Obstruction 04/12
388 Italy W coast Agropoli Anchorage area 43/11
47 Mediterranean 3 14th Edition (2011) 46/11
104, 105 Western Greek Islands Nisda Kasts shoal depth 46/11
126, 127 Greece Pelopnnisos Ptrai New harbour 46/11
487 Italy Brindisi approaches Shoal depths 46/11
516 Italy Adriatic Sea Pescara Depths 10/12
523 Italy Ancona Falconara Marittima Wreck 46/11
538 Italy Rimini Wreck 49/11
48 Mediterranean 4 14th Edition (2009) 41/09
156 Greece Saroniks Klpos rmos Keratsinou Directions; dangerous wreck 20/10
203 South Aegean Sten Antiprou Dangerous wreck 49/10
213 Nsos Pros rmos Plastra Obstruction 41/10
297 Turkey Gllk Anchorage; pilotage 46/11
365 North Aegean Thessalonki Light 41/09
417 Greece Chos Arrival information 28/11
432, 434 Turkey zmir Buoyage 41/09
460 Greece Kavla Anchorage 03/12
473 Greece Alexandropoli Anchorage 32/11
49 Mediterranean 5 10th Edition (2008) 17/09
69 Libya Al Khums 39/10
74 Libya Surt 41/10
78 Libya Ras Lnf to Mars al Burayqah Depth 42/11
122 Egypt Mn Dumy Waiting area 03/11
158 Turkey Fethiye Dangerous wreck 48/10
228 Lebanon Trblous Approach and entry 05/12
233 Lebanon Beyrouth (Beirut) Approach 05/12
244 Israel adera Regulations 42/09
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50 Newfoundland and
Labrador
13th Edition (2011) 36/11
346 Newfoundland Sops Arm Rock 42/11
51 New Zealand 18th Edition (2010) 51/10
119 South Island North Coast Queen Charlotte Sound Directions; light buoy 49/11
147 New Zealand North Island Doubtful Sound Directions; buoyage 51/10
149 New Zealand North Island Breaksea Sound Directions; buoyage 51/10
151 New Zealand North Island Dusky Sound Directions; beacon 51/10
152 New Zealand North Island Cascade Cove Beacon 51/10
160 New Zealand Islands South of South Island Snares Islands Anchorage 03/11
180, 181 Paterson Inlet and approaches Directions; depths 23/11
193 New Zealand North Island East Coast Kerikeri Inlet Directions; buoy 01/11
199 Cape Brett to Tutukaka Harbour Directions; depth 10/12
204 New Zealand North Island Whangarei Harbour Anchorages 51/10
212 Great Barrier Island East coast Directions; beacons 06/12
219 New Zealand Great Barrier Island Approach to Man of War Passage
Directions; depth
01/11
220 North Island East Coast Hauraki Gulf Mairangi Bay Prohibited anchorage 34/11
226 Auckland Vertical clearance 06/12
255 East Coast of North Island Tauranga Prohibited Anchorages 08/12
256 East Coast of North Island Tauranga Pilotage 08/12
262 East Coast of North Island Tauranga to East Cape Route 08/12
263-264 Tauranga to East Cape Directions; coastal routes 08/12
52 North Coast of
Scotland
7th Edition (2009) 22/09
11 United Kingdom HM Coastguard Emergency Towing Vessels 40/11
60, 61, 69 Scotland North coast Strathy Point Light 13/12
64, 65 Scotland North coast Loch Eriboll Directions; mooring buoy 26/09
92, 93 Wick Harbour and approaches Depths 08/10
93 Scotland East Coast Wick Harbour and approaches Directions 48/11
96, 106, 119, 120, 123,
128
Scotland North-east coast Covesea Skerries Light 13/12
116 Moray Firth Portsoy Directions; leading lights 22/09
119, 120 Scotland North-east coast Moray Firth Lossiemouth to Burghead Directions;
light buoy
11/12
139 Scotland North-east coast Cromarty Firth Invergordon; berth 22/09
142
Scotland East coast Moray Firth Approaches to Inverness Firth Riff Bank
Directions; buoyage
29/10
162
Orkney Islands Scapa Flow Anchorages; designated berths and prohibited
anchorage areas
22/09
162, 177, 231 Orkney Islands Pilotage 33/10
169 Orkney Islands Saint Margarets Hope General information; directions; berths 26/11
254, 256 Shetland Islands North Channel and Whiteness Voe Depths 11/10
345 Froyar Kollafjrur Berths 03/10
54 North Sea (West) 8th Edition (2009) 01/10
59 Scotland East Coast Peterhead Anchorage 38/11
83 Scotland East Coast Approaches to Isle of May Directions 45/11
89, 91 Scotland East Coast Methil Landmark 26/11
106, 108 Scotland East Coast Firth of Forth Directions; light 47/11
107 Scotland East Coast Firth of Forth Development 45/11
136 England East coast Blyth Pilotage 12/10
136 England East Coast Blyth Directions; buoy 24/11
141 England East coast River Tyne Millenium Bridge 07/12
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154 England East coast River Tees Breakwaters 25/10
155 England East coast Teesport Outer anchorage; pipelines 15/10
169, 170 England East coast Humber Approaches Pilotage; anchorages 12/10
171, 196 England East coast Approaches to River Humber Outer Rosse Reach Light
Buoy
07/12
193, 194, 199 England East coast Wind farms; firing practice area 12/10
193 England East Coast Wind farms 09/11
194, 212, 219, 225, 227,
229
England East Coast Aids to navigation 01/11
201, 202 England East Coast The Wash Boston Anchorage; directions; buoy 42/11
204 England East coast Wisbech Pilotage 06/12
213, 215, 217 England East coast Winterton-on-Sea Racon 39/10
216, 218, 219 England East Coast Approaches to Great Yarmouth Directions; buoyage 44/10
220, 221 England East coast Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour Directions 11/10
221 England East coast Great Yarmouth Traffic signals 38/10
221 England East coast Great Yarmouth Traffic signals 01/11
223 England East Coast Lowestoft Bridge 34/11
224 England East coast Lowestoft Pilotage 06/12
226 England East coast Lowestoft Directions; Kirkley Light 01/10
55 North Sea (East) 7th Edition (2010) 45/10
67, 71, 123 Germany Borkum-Riffgrund NE Wind farm 04/11
97 The Netherlands Zeegat Van Texel Pilotage 48/10
120-121 The Netherlands Friesche Zeegat Plaatgat Directions 13/11
148 The Netherlands Eemshaven Limiting conditions; depth 31/11
183, 186 Germany The Outer Weser Depths 10/12
214, 219 Germany Sea to Cuxhaven Directions; leading lights 28/11
220, 221 Germany Cuxhaven to Brunsbttel Otterndorf Buoyage 25/11
277 Germany The Hever Rtergat Norderaue Directions 48/11
288 Denmark Lister Tief to Grdyb Directions; buoyage 07/11
297 Denmark Passage South of and channels through Horns Rev Directions;
buoyage
07/11
56 Norway 1 14th Edition (2008) 12/09
3, 197, 199, 204 Sweden West coast Strmstad Vessel reporting 14/09
11 Norway NOR VTS 14/10
14, 59, 60, 67, 73, 81, 92,
96, 102,115, 116, 138,
178
Norway Skagerrak Traffic Separation Schemes 22/11
15, 236 Sweden lgfjorden Restricted area 12/12
69 Norway Tregde Leading Lights 28/11
70 Norway Tregde Lights 22/11
84 Norway Lillesand to Grimstad Inner Passage Lights 36/09
84 Norway Hesnes Lights 22/11
109 Norway Brevikstrmmen Directions; leading lights 52/09
130 Norway Approach to Tnsberg Sandsundsleia Light 36/09
134 Norway Husysundet Channel 41/11
153, 162 Norway Oslofjorden Lights 12/09
154 Norway Oslofjorden Light 14/09
154, 156 Norway Oslofjorden Lights 26/09
156 Norway Oslofjorden Sndre Kaholmen Depth 32/09
160 Norway Oslofjorden Depths 09/10
169 Norway Svelvikstrmmen Directions; Lights 07/11
187 Norway Oslofjorden Fredrikstad Lights 44/11
233 Sweden North Channel to Uddevalla Bjrnsundskanalen Speed limit 44/11
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57A Norway 2A 10th Edition (2011) 30/11
86 Norway Frysundet and Prestysundet Anchorages 41/11
88-89 Norway Farsund and approaches Anchorages 35/11
128, 136 Stavanger Dusavika Light; depths 05/12
147, 148 Gandsfjorden Sandnes Depths 06/12
170 Finnyfjorden Fjellberg Overhead cable 08/12
193 Karmsundet Austdjupet Light 47/11
239 Husnesfjorden Laukhammarsundet Lights 51/11
282 Stokksundet Kolyosen Anchorage 49/11
329 Bergen Skoltegrunnskaien Light 07/12
348 Fedjeosen Hernar Hernesundet Overhead cable 04/12
353 Hauglandsosen Horsy Lights 06/12
402 Masfjorden Duesundet Vertical clearance 04/12
403 Matresfjorden Tersundet Vertical clearance 04/12
415 Brandangersundet Slovgen Depths 06/12
489 Askrova Valvikevgen Light 06/12
521 Skorpa Vassya Depth 06/12
537 Frya Oldersundet Depth 06/12
545, 546, 561, 562, 563,
564
Norway Mly Lights; directions 38/11
561, 562 Mloy Mloystraumen Lights; directions 51/11
57B Norway 2B 8th Edition (1979) Supplement No 11 14/04
2 Charts 44/04
3 Norwegian charts Accuracy 33/06
3 NOR VTS 14/10
4 Pilotage 22/04
4 Pilotage General regulations Baseline 44/08
5 Reporting requirements for vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods 30/05
5 Off Runde Traffic separation scheme 22/11
26, 208 Vard vessel traffic service 04/07
31, 57, 82, 245
Norway Approach to Nyhamma Vessels carrying hazardous and/or pollutant
liquid cargo in bulk
49/07
36 Eiksundet Vertical clearance 52/05
37 Ulsteinfjorden Buoyage 29/09
40 Runde Rundehavn Spar buoy 10/05
89 Romsdalfsfjorden Tresfjorden Light 29/05
89 Romsdalfsfjorden Tresfjorden Light 23/08
134 Trondheimsleia Ramsygalten Light 44/04
141 Trondheimsleia Magerysundet Fish haven; anchorage 16/04
145 Hemnskjeldet Bridge Light 14/04
169 Smla Dyrnesvgen Light 01/05
169 Smla Dyrnesvgen Light 11/05
172 Ramsyfjorden Breiflua Light 44/04
58A Norway 3A 7th Edition (2010) 16/10
9 NOR VTS 16/10
9 Radio navigational warnings 41/10
77 Kvingra Svinstein wreck 04/12
110 Torgvret north-east of Tverrtaren Depth 13/12
193 Lovundvika Lovund anchorages 40/11
194-195 Tomma Finnvika anchorage 40/11
210 Nesya Jovika Directions; leading lights 21/10
217 Stigfjorden Innerkvarya Harbour Anchorage 47/11
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235 Melyfjorden Kjerkholmen Light 50/10
238 Melyvr Kubakkflua Light 50/10
240 Eiet and Mesyfjorden Lights 50/10
325, 328, 330, 344 Ofotfjorden Barya Barya Light 04/11
328 Kanstadfjorden Straumen Vertical clearance 13/12
334 Tysfjorden Skrovkjosen Skarberget Buoyage 51/10
336 Tysfjorden Haukygrunnen and Storlysbotn Buoyage 51/10
349 Ofotfjorden Bogen Directions; light 18/10
350 Ofotfjorden Ballangen Directions 04/11
367, 368, 369, 370, 371 Srlandsvgen Rssnesvgen Lights; Directions 19/10
379 Lofoten South-east coast of Moskenesya Anchorage 08/11
380 Lofoten south-east side Srvagen Anchorage 47/10
400-401 Stamsund Rokkvika Directions; leading lights 11/12
401 Lofoten South coast of Vestvgya Stamsund Anchorage 08/11
422, 424 North side of Vestfjorden Svolvr Directions 45/10
424 North side of Vestfjorden Svolvr Directions 47/10
429 North side of Vestfjorden Molldra Kjepsyhamn and Litlmolla anchorages 10/11
447 Lofoten west side Ramberg Anchorage 47/10
492 Vesterlen Langya Northwestwards Jennegga 16/10
506, 507 Andya Nordmela Depth; Directions 16/10
58B Norway 3B 6th Edition (1984) Supplement No 9 48/04
2 Norway, north coast Vard to Rst Routeing system 20/07
3, 4 Norwegian charts Accuracy 33/06
5 Pilotage General regulations Baseline 44/08
6, 47 Radio navigational warnings; Firing areas 41/10
6 NOR VTS 14/10
6 Military prohibited areas 45/05
6, 327 Reporting requirements for vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods 30/05
6, 209, 220, 226, 228 Vard vessel traffic service 04/07
51 Andfjorden Andenes Directions; light 18/10
52, 53 Andefjorden Saurabogen Leading lights; directions 40/05
53 Andfjorden Risyrenna Depth 35/11
60 Sandsya Military prohibited area 41/05
63-64 Andfjorden Nergrdsvika Anchorage 51/10
74 Tjeldsundet Balstadstraumen Directions 47/07
76 Tjeldsundet Sandtorgstraumen Directions 47/07
85 Vgsfjorden South-eastern part Tovikskjeret Light buoy 45/08
98 Mefjorden Mefjordbotn Anchorage 51/10
99 Senja Baltsfjord light 04/12
106 Kattfjorden Nordre Angstaursundet Lysgrunnen Directions; buoyage 03/10
107 Kvalya Ersfjorden Directions; marine farm 38/08
119 Tranyfjorden and Solbergfjorden Marine farms 36/09
119 Solbergfjorden Indreleia Dyrya Light 11/05
126 Gisundet Gibostadsundet Controlling depth 47/11
126 Gibostad Military prohibited area 41/05
142 Troms Tromsysundet Anchorage 50/04
146 Southern part of Sandyfjorden Approaches to Skagysundet Depth 01/07
158 Vannya Torsvg Marine farm 04/10
168 Fuglysveet Burya Marine farm 10/05
171 East side of Vannya Valavgen Valabotn anchorage 36/07
177 South side of Arnya Akkarvik Anchorage 36/07
177 Kvnangenfjorden Lauksundet Marine farm 32/09
181 Sndre Bergsfjorden (Sandlandsfjorden) Sandland Depth 30/11
191 Maursundet Litle Kobbepollen Marine farm 34/09
191 Maursundet Jekthamna Anchorage removed 07/07
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203 Breivik Jetty 42/05
207 Sandyfjorden Hnsebyfjorden Spar buoy 02/05
210, 224, 226, 228-229
Srysundet Approaches to Hammerfest and Melkya Directions; LNG
Terminal
29/08
212 Trollsundet south-east of Ingya Depths 40/06
214 North-east of Ingya Depths 33/06
218 Gjesvr Entrance channel and anchorage Submarine cable 49/08
219 North-west side of Magerya Gjesvr Depths 36/06
228 Srysundet Approaches to Hammerfest Obstruction 13/05
231 Myrfjorden Anchorage removed 15/07
232 Havysundet Havysund Light deleted 15/07
237 South side of Magerya Kobbholet Bridge 36/06
259 Kvalya Forsl Sandbukta Anchorages 49/08
260 Revsbotn Litlefjorden Rottnes Leading lights 45/09
265 North side of Magerya Lille Skarsvg Depth 36/06
265 Kamyfjorden South-west and west of Stora Kamy Light sectors and depths 49/06
265 Kamyfjorden Kamyvr eastwards Anchorage; submarine cable 40/08
273 The head of Porsangen Kolvik Anchorage 30/11
275, 276 North-east side of Laksefjorden Kifjorden and Eidsfjorden Anchorages 19/08
285 Northern part of Tanafjorden Finnkongkeila Anchorage 19/08
286 Northern part of Tanafjorden Hopsfjorden Hopseidet Anchorage 19/08
293 Btsfjorden Btsfjord Anchorage 04/12
295 Makkaur to Vard Hamningberg Anchorage 19/08
302 Varangerfjorden Vadsya Light 31/09
313 Kirkenes Small craft anchorages 41/09
59 Nova Scotia and Bay of
Fundy
14th Edition (2008) 11/09
67 Larrys River Light 44/09
70 Isaacs Harbour Directions; light 44/09
93, 94 Sambro Harbour Directions to Anchorage Area; buoyage 50/11
173
Saint John Harbour and approaches Limiting conditions Deepest and longest
berths
44/09
174 Saint John Harbour and approaches Arrival information Anchorages 44/09
174 Saint John Harbour and approaches Arrival information Pilots and tugs 44/09
174, 177 Saint John Harbour and approaches Harbour Canaport LNG facility 44/09
180 Saint John Harbour and approaches Berths Canaport LNG facility 44/09
229 Cape Spencer to Martin Head Directions; buoy 38/10
60 Pacific Islands 1 11th Edition (2007) 06/08
125
Solomon Islands Manning Strait Malaghara Island Shoal Directions; light
beacon
04/10
158, 159 Solomon Islands New Georgia Island Hathorn Sound Lights 12/10
209 Papua New Guinea Bonvouloir Islands East Island Charts; position 50/10
211, 211-212, 212 Papua New Guinea Louisade Archipelago Deboyne Lagoon Directions 51/10
235 Papua New Guinea Nuakata Passage Directions; depth 50/10
324 Papua New Guinea North Coast Manam Island Directions; rock 03/11
334
Papua New Guinea North-East coast Lapar Point to Cape Concordia
Directions; light
29/10
351 Bismarck Archipelago New Britain Kimbe Kulungi Roadstead Wreck 06/09
354, 355
Papua New Guinea Bismark Archipelago New Britain Vitu Islands Charts;
position
45/10
358, 359, 368, 393 Papua New Guinea Bismark Archipelago Islands Positions 44/10
368, 369, 370, 371 Papua New Guinea Bismark Archipelago Sae Islands Kaniet Islands and Manu
Island Charts; position
02/11
418 Federated States of Micronesia Caroline Islands Pingelap and Mokil Atolls
Positions; reference charts
09/12
419, 420 Micronesia Caroline Islands Senyavin Islands Pohnpei Island Marine farms 31/09
424, 432 Micronesia Caroline Islands Nukuoro Atoll, Ngatik Atoll, Wat Island and Satawal
Island Charts; positions
01/11
440 Republic of Palau Tobi Island Charts; position 51/10
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61 Pacific Islands 2 12th Edition (2011) 13/12
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62 Pacific Islands 3 12th Edition (2010) 32/10
17 Pitcairn Islands National limits 33/10
122 les Gambier Port de Rikitea Directions 03/12
184 Polynsie Franaise Moorea Baie de Cook Charts; directions; leading lights 13/11
238 Republic of Kiribati Southern Line Group Vostock Island Charts; position 50/10
63 Persian Gulf 15th Edition (2010) 08/11
2 Navigational dangers and hazards Terrorism 09/11
87, 88, 89, 90 United Arab Emirates Fujairah Pilotage; prohibited area; directions; Vopak
ENOC Tanker Terminal
31/11
124 Western approaches to Khrn Strait Directions Light buoy 09/11
148 Iran Bshehr to Ras-e BarkanBahregan Oil Terminal wreck 21/11
168 Dubai and Jebel Ali Arrival information Outer anchorages 47/11
171, 176 Dubai to Abu Dhabi Directions; Khalifa Port 21/11
183 Jazrat Ds Terminals Arrival information Anchorage 13/11
183 Abu Dhabi to Jabal A annah including offshore oilfields and terminals Jazrat
Ds Terminals Pilotage
21/11
207-208 Al Shaheen Oil Terminal FSOs 09/11
208 Al Rayyan Oil Terminal FSU 09/11
209 Qatar Ras Laffn Pilotage 23/11
221 Bahrain Mn Salmn Tidal streams 44/11
225 Approaches to Ras Tannrah and Ras al Juaymah Hazard Pipe 09/11
241 Saudi Arabia Jubail to Ras as Saffnyah Ras al Khair Port 51/11
274 Iraq Khawr al Kafka and Al Barah (Al Bakr) Oil Terminal Directions; depth 16/11
64 Red Sea and Gulf of
Aden
16th Edition (2009) 36/09
237 ub Bulk Plant Terminal General information; limiting conditions; pilotage; berths 44/11
259, 261, 264 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Directions; Red Sea Gateway Terminal 31/10
317, 319 Yemen Balf LNG Terminal 51/09
356, 357, 358, 360, 361 Djibouti Passe Ouest, Port du Hron, Doraleh Container Terminal Directions;
Leading lights; Berth
37/11
65 St Lawrence 16th Edition (2009) 46/09
92 Havre de Mingan Limiting conditions; depths 38/10
109 Pointe des Ponts to Pointe Michel Directions; beacons 47/09
130 Pointe de LEst to le dEntre Wreck 07/10
198 Trois-Rivires Limiting conditions; vertical clearances 07/11
208 Port of Sorel and Rivire Richelieu Basins and berths; anchorage 47/09
331 Miramichi Bay Portage Island Channel Directions; leading line 07/11
66 West Coast of Scotland 17th Edition (2011) 03/12
184, 185 Scotland West Coast Kerrera Sound Directions; light 04/12
336 The Little Minch Loch Maddy Directions; light 13/12
67 West Coasts of Spain
and Portugal
11th Edition (2011) 08/12
135 Portugal Vila do Conde Bar 08/12
151 Portugal Foz do Arelho Buoy 08/12
255 Portugal Arquiplago dos Aores Princesse Alice Bank Depth 11/12
68 East Coast of the
United States 1
13th Edition (2009) 10/10
99, 103 Casco Bay and Portland Harbor Recommended routes 37/10
103, 106 Portland Harbor Pilotage 37/10
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125 Salem Sound and adjacent waters Directions; light buoy 10/10
145 Seaward approach to Nantucket Shoals Directions; ODAS buoy 35/10
155 Vineyard Sound South-west approaches Directions; wreck 10/10
157 Nantucket Sound Woods Hole Great Harbor Directions; light 44/10
157 Vineyard Sound and South-west approaches Woods Hole Directions; buoy 10/10
165 New Bedford Regulated navigation area 41/11
168 Narragansett Bay Old Harbor Limiting conditions Depths 10/10
182 Great Salt Pond Limiting conditions Depths 10/10
187 Long Island Sound Plum Gut Dangerous wreck 12/10
194 Bridgeport Harbor Vertical clearance 35/11
202 Port Chester Harbor Depths 10/10
216
New York Harbor and adjacent waters Entrance channels and Lower Bay
Racons
10/10
226 Kill Van Kull Depths 10/10
231 South Brother Island Channel Depths 10/10
252
Approaches to Boston Harbor Regulated Navigation Areas, Safety and Security
Zones; Deepwater Ports
39/10
69 East Coast of the
United States 2
12th Edition (2011) 49/11
78 Delaware Wilmington Christina River Depths 51/11
134 Chesapeake Bay Great Wicomico River Directions; obstruction; dangerous
wreck
51/11
144 Potomac River Hallowing Point Directions; beacon 51/11
150 Chesapeake Bay Choptank River Directions; fish haven 51/11
236 Georgia St Marys Entrance Anchorages and harbours; anchorage 51/11
69A East Coast of Central
America and Gulf of
Mexico
5th Edition (2009) 23/09
96, 97-98 Honduras Puerto La Ceiba 11/11
106 Honduras Punta de Omoa 11/11
133, 134 Mexico Progreso Chart; Port Authority; Maximum size of vessel handled; Outer
anchorage; Pilotage; Racon; Leading Lights
17/11
153 Mexico Puerto de Veracruz Pilotage; tugs 47/09
158 Mexico Tuxpan Directions; racon 31/10
166 Mexico La Pesca to Rio Grande Directions; light 40/10
173 United States of America Port Mansfield Directions; buoyage 23/10
175
United States of America Corpus Christi Harbor Viola Channel Vertical
clearance
33/10
185, 202, 300 United States of America Freeport and Port Arthur Security zones 46/11
230 United States of America Mississippi River South Pass Depths 30/11
273, 300 Gulf of Mexico Pascagoula Security zone 38/09
70 West Indies 1 4th Edition (2008) 46/08
66, 67, 68, 70, 72, 73 Bermuda Berths; landmarks; depths 33/10
70 Bermuda North Channel Directions 49/08
72 Bermuda Freeport Obstructions; berths 49/08
105 Bahamas Nassau Pilotage 09/09
115 Bahamas Freeport Directions; lights 25/11
147, 148 United States of America Florida Keys Directions; buoyage; dangerous wreck 48/11
156, 157 Dominican Republic Puerto Plata Pilotage; Directions; track 15/11
157 Dominican Republic Puerto Plata Directions; track 18/11
168, 217, 218, 225, 231 Cuba Directions; aids to navigation 29/11
212, 213, 213-214, 214 Haiti Port-Au-Prince 10/10
221 Cuba Puerto de Santiago de Cuba Vertical clearance 10/11
246, 247 Jamaica Ocho Rios Bay Depths 49/08
249 Jamaica Falmouth Harbour Infrastructure; Directions 01/11
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252 Jamaica Montego Bay Depths 49/08
256 Jamaica Approaches to Kingston Harbour Wreck Reef Directions; light 49/08
268, 269, 270 Cayman Islands Grand Cayman Sand Cay Directions; light 29/10
71 West Indies 2 16th Edition (2008) 06/09
103 US Virgin Islands Pillsbury Sound Directions; buoyage 29/09
120 U.S. Virgin Islands St. Croix Frederiksted Anchorages 06/09
167, 168, 175 Puerto Rico Pilotage 34/11
190 Sint Maarten Simson Baai Anchorage; mooring buoys 44/09
201, 205 Sint Eustatius Marine nature reserve; anchorages 32/09
272 Martinique Cul-de-Sac du Marin Pilotage 07/09
273 Martinique Cul-de-Sac du Marin Directions; buoyage 43/11
275 Martinique Havre de la Trinit Directions 42/09
284 Saint Lucia Grand Cul de Sac Bay Pilotage 47/09
72 Southern Barents Sea
and Beloye More
2nd Edition (2010) 31/10
6 Radio Navigation Warnings 41/10
67 Barents Sea NE of Kolskiy Zaliv submerged mooring buoys 06/12
186 Barents Sea Otmel Pakhtusova Drilling Platform 01/12
100 The Mariners
Handbook
9th Edition (2009) 50/09
39 ECDIS 51/11
60 Navigational Warnings Different types 10/10
60-62, 61, 63 NAVAREAS/METAREAS 41/10
65 Admiralty Notices to Mariners Structure of Weekly Edition Section III Reprints
of Navigational Warnings
25/11
209 MARPOL 73/78 Special Areas 50/10
209 MARPOL Environmental Control Areas (ECAs) North American and US
Caribbean Areas
08/12
210 MARPOL 73/78 Annex II Categorisation of Noxious Liquid Substances 03/10
220 Loran-C Discontinuation of US and Canadian signals 07/10
224 NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) Gaps in coverage 08/10
315
IALA Maritime Buoyage System Lateral Marks Region B Preferred channels
characteristics of buoys
07/10
315
IALA Maritime Buoyage System Lateral Marks Region B Preferred channels
characteristics of buoys
10/10
136 Ocean Passages for the
World
5th Edition (2004) 24/04
168 Singapore Hong Kong Routes Low-powered vessels; distance 26/04
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AMENDMENTS TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS
Vol A Edition 2011/12. Weekly Edition No. 13, Dated 29 March 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
NORTH COAST. BAIE DE SEINE
A1374 Remove from list; deleted
EAST COAST. THAMES ESTUARY. NORTH SHORE. HARWICH HARBOUR. RIVER ORWELL
A22336 - Wet Dock 52 0285 N
1 0974 E
Q R . . . . Metal post
* * * * * * * *
A22337 - Wet Dock 52 0286 N
1 0975 E
Q R . . . . Metal post
* * * * * * * *
EAST COAST
A3304 - Rattray Head. Ron Rock
(GB:N)
57 3661 N
1 4899 W
Fl(3)W 30s 28 24 White tower, lower
part granite, upper
brick
34
(fl 07, ec 2) x 2, fl 07, ec 239.
Reduced range 12M (T) 2012
- - - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 51060
*
EAST COAST. MORAY FIRTH
A3414 Remove from list; deleted
NORTH COAST. THURSO BAY
A3586 - Scrabster. Tanker Berth.
Head
58 3668 N
3 3284 W
2 F R(vert) 6 4 Grey mast
3
TE 2012
*
NORTH COAST
A3590 Remove from list; deleted
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
ZEEBRUGGE
B01251
BE, , 05122
- Ldg Lts 153. Rear. 520m
from front
51 2008 N
3 1310 E
Oc W 6s 38 3 White building, red
bands
Vis 150-162(12).
Sync with front. Shown 24 hours
*
LANGRDSUND
B26909
NO, , 052114
- Kjelsy. Nordstre 58 5246 N
9 3022 E
Iso R 4s 6 5 Post
5
Floodlit
* * * *
YTRE SAMLEN
B3685
NO, , 144078
- Jondal 60 1659 N
6 1490 E
F R . . . . . . Floodlit
* * * * * * * *
B3687
NO, , 144080
- Trvikbygd 60 1799 N
6 1037 E
F R . . . . . . Floodlit
* * * * * * * *
B36875
NO, , 144079
- Trvikbygd. Skutevik 60 1806 N
6 1048 E
F G . . . . Metal post Floodlit
* * * * * * * *
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B36878
NO, , 144085
- Norheimsund 60 2185 N
6 0951 E
F G . . . . Metal post Floodlit
* * * * * * * *
UTNEFJORDEN
B3691
NO, , 144517
- Utne 60 2557 N
6 3720 E
F G . . . . Metal post Floodlit
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
RANDERS FJORD
C0194352
DK, , 1782
- Uggelhuse-Randers. No 4 56 2838 N
10 1256 E
Fl R 3s 2 1 Post
2
*
C019438
DK, , 1796
- Uggelhuse-Randers. No 18 56 2789 N
10 0953 E
Fl R 3s 2 1 Post
2
*
C0194382
DK, , 1749
- Uggelhuse-Randers. No 19 56 2779 N
10 0897 E
Fl G 3s 2 1 Post
2
*
FYN ISLAND. SVENDBORG. W APPROACHES
C10255
DK, , 4775
- Hjestene Lb. NE 54 5979 N
10 3001 E
Fl(3)R 10s . . . . v on red post TE 2012
*
FYN ISLAND. KERTEMINDE BUGT
C15305
DK, , 3514
- Kerteminde Havn. Marina.
Breakwater. Off S end
55 2715 N
10 4014 E
Fl G 3s 4 4 Post fl 07
*
GREIFSWALDER BODDEN
C2653
DE, 2, 21130
- Lubmin. Harbour Entrance 54 0935 N
13 3854 E
Q G 4 4 Green dolphin
4
Harbour entrance is marked by 2 Q R
and 2 Q G lights on dolphins
* * *
LUZHSKAYA GUBA
C3985
RU, 2201, 1342
- Novaya Gavan' Ruch'i.
Approach Ldg Lts 0862.
Front
59 4687 N
28 2708 E
Iso WG 5s 7 3 Orange rectangular
panel, white stripe,
on orange tower
16
W005-070(65), G070-103(33),
W103-175(72)
* * * * * * * *
C39851
RU, 2201, 1343
- Novaya Gavan' Ruch'i.
Approach Ldg Lts 0862.
Rear. 80m from front
59 4688 N
28 2716 E
Iso R 5s 7 3 Orange rectangular
panel, white stripe,
on orange tower
18
Vis on leading line only
* * * * * * * *
C39853
RU, 2201, 1350
- Novaya Gavan' Ruch'i.
Avtoparomnyy Terminal S
59 4707 N
28 2673 E
Fl(3)R 5s 3 1 Red column, two
white bands with
platform
Vis 202-090(248)
* * * * * * * *
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C39855
RU, 2201, 1346
- Novaya Gavan' Ruch'i. Ldg
Lts 0242. Front
59 4715 N
28 2689 E
Iso G 5s 3 3 Orange rectangular
panel, white stripe,
on orange tower
18
* * * * * * * *
C39856
RU, 2201, 1347
- Novaya Gavan' Ruch'i. Ldg
Lts 0242. Rear. 50m from
front
59 4717 N
28 2691 E
Iso R 5s 3 3 Orange rectangular
panel, white stripe,
on orange tower
7
Vis on leading line only
* * * * * * * *
SOUTH COAST. HANBUKTEN. KARLSKRONA AND APPROACHES
C7448 - Kungsholmen. Breakwater.
Head
56 0656 N
15 3538 E
F RG 5 R 6
G 5
Framework tower R1503-204(537),
G204-1503(3063).
Floodlit
*
C7460 - Karlskrona. Ldg Lts
0125. Front. Stumholmen
56 0954 N
15 3583 E
Iso R 6s 22 16 White round concrete
tower
24
Rear C7470
* *
C7470 - Karlskrona. Ldg Lts
0125. Rear
56 1024 N
15 3611 E
Iso R 3s 37 16 White round concrete
tower
15
Shown 24 hours 1/11 to 31/3. Front
C7460
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
NORTH COAST. PUERTO DE PASAIA
D14706
ES, I, 00196
- Pantaln San Juan
Donibane. Pilote D-11
43 1950 N
1 5510 W
Fl R 5s 6 5 Red and white post
8
fl 05
* * * * * * * *
NORTH COAST. PUERTO DE GIJN
D159848
ES, I, 01930-a
- El Musel. Dique de la Osa.
Marina. Breakwater
43 3299 N
5 4132 W
Fl(4)R 20s 1 1 Red post
2
(fl 05, ec 15) x 3, fl 05, ec 135.
Works in progress (T) 2012
* * * * * * * *
NORTH-WEST COAST. RIA DE VIGO
D190554
ES, I, 05115
- Puerto de Domayo. Puente
de Rande (Bridge). S Pillar.
E
42 1719 N
8 3961 W
Q G 1s 6 5 Green column on
dolphin
* *
SOUTH-WEST COAST. HUELVA. RO ODIEL
D23287
ES, I, 08977
- Pantaln FORET SA. S
Head
37 1042 N
6 5497 W
Fl G 3s 10 3 Green post
6
fl 05.
Sync with D232875
* * *
D232875
ES, I, 089771
- Pantaln FORET SA. N
Head
37 1040 N
6 5500 W
Fl G 3s 4 6 Metal post
6
fl 05.
Sync with D23287
* * * * * * * *
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D2482
ES, II, 20620
FR, LB, 71970
FR, LB, 72150
Punta Almina. Monte
Hacho
35 5391 N
5 1685 W
Fl(2)W 10s 148 22 White round tower on
white building
16
fl 04, ec 21, fl 04, ec 71
- - . . AIS
* * * * * * * *
ENSEADA DE CABINDA
D4332
PT, II, 5002
FR, LC, 37200
- Malongo. Ldg Lts about
070. Front
5 2365 S
12 1170 E
Iso R 2s 9 8 White 3-sided tower
10
*
D43321
PT, II, 50021
FR, LC, 37201
- Malongo. Ldg Lts about
070. Rear
5 2356 S
12 1185 E
Iso R 4s 121 8 White 3-sided tower
10
*
D4340
PT, II, 5010
FR, LC, 37500
- Ponta do Tafe. Cabinda 5 3297 S
12 1094 E
Fl(2)W 10s 27 20 White square
framework tower,
white hut
Aeromarine.
fl 03, ec 35, fl 03, ec 59
*
D4343
PT, II, 5013
FR, LC, 37540
- Simulambuco. Ldg Lts
110. Front
5 3318 S
12 1330 E
Iso R 2s 9 4 White square tower
9
*
D43431
PT, II, 50131
FR, LC, 37541
- Simulambuco. Ldg Lts
110. Rear. 300m from front
5 3327 S
12 1347 E
Iso R 4s 46 4 White square tower
12
*
RIVER CONGO
D4380
PT, II, 5030
- Moita Seca 6 0670 S
12 1650 E
Fl(3)W 10s 20 12 White 6-sided metal
framework tower
21
(fl 03, ec 15) x 2, fl 03, ec 61
*
D5003
PT, II, 5161
Cabea da Cobra 6 3282 S
12 3004 E
Fl W 4s 42 19 White square tower
and dwelling
13
fl 03
*
D5060
PT, II, 5180
Ambriz 7 5011 S
13 0601 E
Fl(4)W 12s 33 16 Square tower
14
(fl 03, ec 17) x 3, fl 03, ec 57
*
BAA DO DANDE
D5080
PT, II, 5193
- Ponta do Dande 8 2808 S
13 2079 E
Fl(2)W 10s 63 16 White square
masonry tower, red
stripes
fl 03, ec 14, fl 03, ec 8
*
BAA DE LUANDA
D5100
PT, II, 5204
- Lagostas 8 4544 S
13 1818 E
Oc(2)R 6s 81 7 White square tower
and dwellings
14
ec 1, lt 1, ec 1, lt 3.
Ra refl
*
D5101
PT, II, 5205
- Ilha do Cabo 8 4564 S
13 1577 E
Fl(3)W 8s 11 9 White round column
with red stripes
14
fl 2, (ec 14, fl 09) x 2, ec 14
*
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D51022
PT, II, 52062
- Sealine Float. NE Corner 8 4644 S
13 1700 E
Oc R 7s . . 2 . . ec 1
*
D5150
PT, II, 5250
Ponta das Palmeirinhas 9 0423 S
12 5972 E
Fl W 45s 40 21 White square tower
38
Aeromarine.
fl 03
- Reserve light . . . . . . 18
*
D5180
PT, II, 5255
Cabo Ledo 9 4120 S
13 1180 E
Fl(3)W 15s 102 17 White 6-sided stone
tower and dwellings
12
(fl 05, ec 25) x 2, fl 05, ec 85
*
D5200
PT, II, 5260
Cabo das Trs Pontas 10 2324 S
13 3184 E
Fl(2)W 7s 51 12 White square tower
and dwellings
14
fl 05, ec 15, fl 05, ec 45
*
ENSEADA DE BENGUELA VELHA. PORTO AMBOIM
D5224
PT, II, 5272
- Porto Amboim 10 4538 S
13 4341 E
Oc(2)W 6s 110 9 White square tower
and dwellings
12
ec 1, lt 1, ec 1, lt 3
*
D5226
PT, II, 5270
- Cambiri 10 4383 S
13 4511 E
Fl R 4s 64 3 White hut
4
fl 1
*
D5250
PT, II, 5295
Ponta Vermelha. Quicombo 11 2114 S
13 4789 E
Fl(4)W 12s 137 16 White square tower
14
Aeromarine.
(fl 03, ec 17) x 3, fl 03, ec 57
*
D5324
PT, II, 5430
Ponta das Salinas. Salinas.
On sand dune
12 5017 S
12 5659 E
Fl W 4s 39 21 White square tower
and dwellings
38
Aeromarine.
fl 03
*
BAA DE SANTA MARTA
D5346
PT, II, 5450
- Cabo de Santa Marta 13 5264 S
12 2538 E
Fl(2)W 6s 48 12 White 6-sided tower
and dwellings
14
fl 03, ec 12, fl 03, ec 42
*
D5356
PT, II, 5500
Ponta Grossa 14 1293 S
12 2015 E
Fl(4)W 12s 50 16 White square tower
14
Aeromarine.
(fl 03, ec 17) x 3, fl 03, ec 57
*
D5370
PT, II, 5510
Piambo 14 4129 S
12 1680 E
Fl(3)W 10s 54 17 Black square tower,
white bands
18
(fl 02, ec 15) x 2, fl 02, ec 64
*
BAA DE NAMIBE (MOMEDES)
D5418
PT, II, 5544
- S Fortaleza de S Fernando.
Fortaleza
15 1178 S
12 0866 E
Oc(2)R 6s 29 6 White structure
4
ec 1, lt 1, ec 1, lt 3.
Vis 083-197(114)
*
D5420
PT, II, 5548
- Quay. N Head 15 1151 S
12 0785 E
Fl G 2s 5 2 Round column
3
fl 02
*
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D5430
PT, II, 5600
Rio dos Flamingos 15 3381 S
12 0190 E
Fl(3)W 15s 110 26 White round tower,
yellow stripes, white
dwellings
11
(fl 05, ec 25) x 2, fl 05, ec 85
*
D5442
PT, II, 5612
Ponta Albina 15 5250 S
11 4450 E
Fl(2)W 10s 35 21 White square tower
38
Aeromarine.
fl 03, ec 22, fl 03, ec 72
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
E007365
ES, II, 21801
Puerto de Vlez. Outer
Breakwater. Pier. Head
36 4480 N
4 0420 W
Fl G 5s 3 2 Green and white
truncated conical
tower
2
fl 05
*
E01343 Remove from list; deleted
E01369
ES, II, 23725
Cabo de Palos. Escollo Las
Melvas
37 3773 N
0 4188 W
VQ(6)+LFl W
10s
5 5 " on black beacon,
yellow top
3
Destroyed (T) 2012
*
E01373
ES, II, 23735
Cabo de Palos 37 3784 N
0 4196 W
Fl(2)R 7s 5 3 Red round post
3
fl 05, ec 15, fl 05, ec 45
* *
CANALE DI SAN PIETRO
E10965
IT, , 13623
- Isola di San Pietro. Fishing
Harbour. Carloforte. Inner
Mole. Head
39 0887 N
8 1872 E
2 F R(vert) 7 2 Red post
4
2m apart. Private
*
E10966
IT, , 1362
- Isola di San Pietro. Fishing
Harbour. Carloforte. Outer
Mole. Head
39 0890 N
8 1871 E
2 F G(vert) 7 2 Green post
4
2m apart. Private
*
E1100
IT, , 1370
- Porto Vesme. Entrance. No
1
39 1146 N
8 2239 E
Fl G 3s 5 4 Green % on green
buoyant beacon
6
fl 05.
Ra refl
*
GULF OF GENOA
E11571
IT, , 1485
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Molo di San Lazzaro. Head
43 5250 N
8 0170 E
Fl G 3s 3 . . . . fl 05
* * * * * * * *
STRETTO DI MESSINA
E18263
IT, , 2790
- Aci Trezza. S Mole. Head 37 3370 N
15 0980 E
Fl R 3s . . 3 Post
3
fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
E18264
IT, , 27903
- Aci Trezza. N Mole. Head 37 3370 N
15 0980 E
Fl G 3s . . 3 Post
3
fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
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GOLFO DI PALERMO. PORTO DI PALERMO
E20123
IT, , 32065
- Aquasanta. Channel Outlet.
Pier
38 0850 N
13 2240 E
Fl Y 5s 2 4 Yellow post fl 1.
Private
* * * * * * * *
MALTA
E2059
IT, , 3334
- Mercanti Reef 35 5549 N
14 2985 E
Q(3)W 10s 3 2 * on black beacon,
yellow band
TE 2012
*
E2164
IT, , 3554
Porto Cesareo. Ldg Lts 034.
Front
40 1555 N
17 5397 E
Iso W 2s 13 7 Framework tower on
black and white
chequered hut
12
Vis 350-068(78).
Private. TE; Ldg line replaced by
green buoy Fl G 3s 3M and red
buoy Fl R 3s 3M (T) 2012
*
GULF OF VENICE. BOCCHE DEL PO
E2440
IT, , 4084
- Punta della Maestra 44 5812 N
12 3178 E
Fl(3)W 20s 47 25 White round tower
45
Aeromarine.
(fl 02, ec 38) x 2, fl 02, ec 118
- - Reserve light . . . . . . 18
* * * * * * * *
GULF OF VENICE
E2447 - Porto di Brondolo. Fiume
Brenta. Entrance. S
Breakwater. Head
45 1113 N
12 1910 E
Fl(2)R 6s 4 3 Red support fl 05, ec 15, fl 05, ec 35
* *
E2448 - Porto di Brondolo. Fiume
Brenta. Entrance. N
Breakwater. Head
45 1124 N
12 1905 E
Fl(2)G 6s 4 3 Green support fl 05, ec 15, fl 05, ec 35
* *
FEODOSIYSKIY ZALIV
E5352
UA, 201, 1870
RU, 2217, 1870
- Mys Chaudinskiy 45 0027 N
35 5021 E
LFl W 24s 37 17 White 8-sided tower
and dwelling
16
fl 6.
Range 9M (T) 2012
*
MERSN KRFEZI. MERSN LMANI
E58738
TR, , 32878
- Deli Burun 36 4364 N
34 5435 E
Fl(2)W 5s 17 5 White metal
framework pylon
15
fl 03, ec 1, fl 03, ec 34
*
E632743
TN, , 6960
El Bibne. EBB50 33 2707 N
11 1816 E
Mo(U) W 6s 15 10 . . Wellhead. TE 2012
*
LOUZA-LOUATA
E6364
TN, , 4320
- Fishing Harbour. Entrance.
W Side
35 0250 N
11 0195 E
Fl R 5s 7 6 Red tower fl 1
* * * * *
E63642
TN, , 4330
- Fishing Harbour. Entrance.
E Side
35 0250 N
11 0200 E
Fl G 4s 7 6 Green tower fl 1
* * * * *
E6364205
TN, , 4340
- Fishing Harbour. No 1 35 0304 N
11 0420 E
Fl G 4s 4 4 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
* * * *
E636421
TN, , 4360
- Fishing Harbour. No 2 35 0244 N
11 0307 E
Fl R 5s 4 4 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
* * * *
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E6364211
TN, , 4370
- Fishing Harbour. No 3 35 0245 N
11 0306 E
Fl G 4s 4 4 Beacon fl 1
* * *
E6364212
TN, , 4380
- Fishing Harbour. No 4 35 0245 N
11 0308 E
Fl R 5s 4 4 Beacon fl 1
* * *
E6364213
TN, , 4390
- Fishing Harbour. No 5 35 0244 N
11 0303 E
Fl G 4s 4 4 Beacon fl 1
* * *
E6364214
TN, , 4395
- Fishing Harbour. No 6 35 0302 N
11 0452 E
Fl R 5s 4 4 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
* * * *
BAIE DE MONASTIR
E6373953
TN, , 3160
- Ksibet el Mediouni. Fishing
Harbour. No 4
35 4220 N
10 5100 E
Fl R 5s 4 3 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
*
E6373955
TN, , 3180
- Ksibet el Mediouni. Fishing
Harbour. No 6
35 4210 N
10 5090 E
Fl R 5s 4 3 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
*
E6373957
TN, , 3195
- Ksibet el Mediouni. Fishing
Harbour. No 8
35 4150 N
10 5080 E
Fl R 5s 4 3 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
*
GULF OF HAMMAMET
E6384
TN, , 2810
- Sousse. Shelter Jetty 35 4960 N
10 3911 E
Oc WR 4s 12 W10
R 6
Red truncated conical
tower, white base
9
ec 1.
R135-180(45), W180-045(225)
- - - Reserve light . . . . . . 6
*
E639466
TN, , 2190
Sidi Daoud. Fishing Harbour.
No 4
37 0114 N
10 5428 E
Fl R 5s 4 4 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
*
E639467
TN, , 2185
Sidi Daoud. Fishing Harbour.
No 3
37 0111 N
10 5427 E
Fl G 4s 4 4 Beacon fl 1.
TE 2012
*
E6516
DZ, , 4100
Cap de Fer (Ras el Hadid) 37 0480 N
7 1024 E
Fl(3)W 15s 65 19 White round tower on
building
17
(fl 04, ec 26) x 2, fl 04, ec 86.
Vis 312-254(302).
TE 2011
*
E65935
DZ, , 2603
Port de Zemouri El Bahri.
Secondary Jetty
36 4830 N
3 3360 E
Fl G 5s 17 7 . . fl 05.
TE 2012
*
GOLFE D'ORAN. PORT DE EL MERS-EL-KEBIR
E67041
DZ, , 1414
- Roseville (Hai Zouhour).
Ldg Lts 259. Rear. 329m
from front
35 4320 N
0 4250 W
Oc(2+1)R 12s 67 16 Black & on grey
metal pylon
7
ec 1, lt 1, (ec 1, lt 4) x 2.
Intens 25 each side of leading line.
TE 2011
*
E67044
DZ, , 1410
- N Jetty. Head 35 4356 N
0 4074 W
VQ(4)W 2s 13 9 White metal pylon
11
TE 2011
*
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PARADIP PORT. MAHNADI RIVER ENTRANCE
F100598 Remove from list; deleted
F1301
ID, , 49
Pulau Benggala 5 4759 N
94 5847 E
Fl W 5s 28 15 White beacon
15
fl 05
* * * * * * * *
SINGAPORE PORT. SE COAST
F172614 - Marina S. Jetty. Head.
ICT-1
1 1577 N
103 5208 E
Fl Y 2s 7 3 Yellow beacon
5
* * * * * * * *
PULAU-PULAU ANAMBAS AND KEPULAUAN NATUNA. PULAU-PULAU NATUNA UTARA
F183655
ID, , 22233
- Pulau Sebetul
(ID)
4 4220 N
107 5581 E
Fl(2)W 10s 34 18 White beacon
30
fl 1, ec 15, fl 1, ec 65
*
SULU ARCHIPELAGO
F2190
PH, , 0420
- Tawitawi Group. Port
Bongao
(PH:CG)
5 0218 N
119 4646 E
Fl W 5s 9 12 Concrete tower
10
Vis 294-339(45).
TE 2012
*
F22455
PH, , 0479
Punta Alegria. Sugbuhan Pt
(PH:CG)
10 0368 N
126 0394 E
Fl(2)W 10s . . . . . . TE 2012
*
F2250
PH, , 0403
Surigao. Off Bilanbilan Point
(PH:CG)
9 4710 N
125 3000 E
Fl(2)R 5s 7 8 White pyramid tower,
black spiral staircase
Vis 139-029(250).
TE 2012
*
BOHOL SEA. MINDANAO. BUTUAN BAY
F2258
PH, , 0350
- Nasipit Harbour. W side
(PH:CG)
8 5896 N
125 1986 E
Fl W 5s 29 7 White concrete tower
9
TE 2012
*
BOHOL SEA. MINDANAO
F2269
PH, , 0579
- Labuay
(PH:CG)
8 0970 N
123 5700 E
Fl(2)W 6s . . . . . . TE 2012
*
MINDANAO ISLAND
F2284
PH, , 0366
- Dapitan Bay. Port Pulauan.
Pier. Root
(PH:CG)
8 3830 N
123 2280 E
Fl(2)W 5s 45 4 Concrete tower
10
Vis 126-311(185).
TE 2012
*
MANILA BAY
F2641
PH, , 0570
- Pugad River. Entrance. E
side
14 4566 N
120 4460 E
Fl W 5s 11 . . Concrete structure TE 2012
*
BABUYAN CHANNEL
F27305
PH, , 0008
- Port San Vicente. Palawig
(PH:CG)
18 2815 N
122 0861 E
Fl W 5s . . 7 White concrete
structure
* * *
LEIZHOU BANDAO. ZHANJIANG GANG
F3361
CN, G103, 4711
- ZHANJIANG GANG Lt V 20 5599 N
110 4038 E
Fl W 6s 11 10 Red hull marked
ZCHANJIANG
GANG
DENGCHAUN on
sides
fl 05
- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 81170
* * * * * * * *
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F338216
CN, G103, 47594
- Xiashan. Seashore Pier 21 1185 N
110 2491 E
Q W 15 4 Red and white metal
column
11
* * * * * * * *
ZHUJIANG KOU AND APPROACHES. HONG KONG. POK LIU CHAU (LAMMA ISLAND)
F35773 - South-westward. Wind
Monitoring Station
22 0920 N
114 0597 E
Mo(U)W 15s
- - - . . Horn Mo(U)
15s
* * * * * * * *
HUGLI RIVER. APPROACHES
F9328 Remove from list; deleted
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
COLUMBIA RIVER
G4665
US, VI, 108151
- Longview. Terminal 9. A 46 0600 N
122 5644 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46651
US, VI, 108152
- Longview. Terminal 9. B 46 0599 N
122 5642 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46653
US, VI, 108153
- Longview. Terminal 9. C 46 0598 N
122 5639 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46655
US, VI, 108154
- Longview. Terminal 9. D 46 0596 N
122 5635 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46656
US, VI, 108155
- Longview. Terminal 9. E 46 0595 N
122 5631 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46657
US, VI, 108156
- Longview. Terminal 9. F 46 0594 N
122 5628 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46658
US, VI, 108157
- Longview. Terminal 9. G 46 0593 N
122 5625 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G46659
US, VI, 108158
- Longview. Terminal 9. H 46 0593 N
122 5623 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
G466595
US, VI, 108159
- Longview. Terminal 9. J 46 0593 N
122 5621 W
Fl Y 4s . . . . Yellow , on dolphin Private
* * * * * * * *
GRAYS HARBOR. NORTH CHANNEL
G473511
US, VI, 158471
- Aberdeen Pontoon Basin. A 46 5773 N
123 4991 W
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow , on metal
dolphin
Private
* * * * * * * *
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G473512
US, VI, 158472
- Aberdeen Pontoon Basin. B 46 5776 N
123 4994 W
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow , on metal
dolphin
Private
* * * * * * * *
G473513
US, VI, 158473
- Aberdeen Pontoon Basin. C 46 5778 N
123 4996 W
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow , on metal
dolphin
Private
* * * * * * * *
G473514
US, VI, 158474
- Aberdeen Pontoon Basin. D 46 5777 N
123 4991 W
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow , on metal
dolphin
Private
* * * * * * * *
G473515
US, VI, 158475
- Aberdeen Pontoon Basin. E 46 5776 N
123 4990 W
Fl Y 2s . . . . Yellow , on metal
dolphin
Private
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 11, dated 15 March 2012.
GRAND BRUIT
H0255 Remove from list; deleted
CHALEUR BAY
H1704
CA, A, 1395
- Chandler. Ldg Lts
32108. Front
48 2083 N
64 4041 W
Q W 1s 10 19 Orange (, black
stripe, on square
framework tower
8
Vis on rangeline only
- - - - Emergency light
* *
H17041
CA, A, 1396
- Chandler. Ldg Lts
32108. Rear. 1982m from
front
48 2090 N
64 4040 W
Q W 1s 19 19 Orange D, black
stripe, on square
framework tower
12
Vis on rangeline only
- - - - - Emergency light
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
CHESAPEAKE BAY ENTRANCE. JAMES RIVER. NEWPORT NEWS
J14675
US, II, 11295
- Virginia International
Terminal. Pier C. Light B
36 5821 N
76 2599 W
Fl Y 25s 3 . . . . Private
* * * *
CHARLESTON HARBOR AND APPROACHES
J2718 Remove from list; deleted
J27181 Remove from list; deleted
J27195
US, III, 34607
- Wappoo Creek. No 2 32 4640 N
79 5707 W
Q R 5 4 Red % yellow % on
pile
* * * * * * * *
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LAGUNA TAMIAHU
J42473 Remove from list; deleted
GULF OF CAMPECHE. LAGUNA TAMIAHU
J425205 Remove from list; deleted
J425206 Remove from list; deleted
J425208 Remove from list; deleted
J425209 Remove from list; deleted
J425212 Remove from list; deleted
SOUTH COAST. BAHA DE GUNICA
J5574
US, III, 32215
- Playa de Gunica. Ldg Lts
3557. Front
(US)
17 5790 N
66 5455 W
Q R 11 4 Red U, white stripe,
on framework tower
Vis 3505-3585(8)
* * *
J55741
US, III, 32220
- Playa de Gunica. Ldg Lts
3557. Rear. 512m from
front
(US)
17 5817 N
66 5458 W
Iso R 6s 15 5 Red U, white stripe,
on framework tower
Vis 3505-3585(8)
* *
GOLFO TRISTE. PUERTO CABELLO
J6448
VE, , V3003
- Punta Brava 10 2942 N
68 0052 W
Fl W 6s 37 20 White concrete
tower, orange bands
37
fl 1.
Vis 105-255(150)
* * * * * * * *
J644866 Remove from list; deleted
J64495 - M7 10 2884 N
68 0002 W
Fl R 5s 6 4 Red 6-sided GRP
structure, white band
14
fl 15
* *
J64497 - Naval Base. M32 10 2843 N
67 5959 W
Fl R 5s 6 4 Red 6-sided GRP
structure, white band
12
fl 09
* *
J6450 Remove from list; deleted
J64501 Remove from list; deleted
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 11, dated 15 March 2012.
TELUK LAMPUNG
K09225
ID, , 2342
- Panjang. North Quay
(ID)
5 2828 S
105 1906 E
Fl Y 4s 10 6 Yellow x on yellow
pipe beacon
* * * * * * * *
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K092255
ID, , 2343
- Panjang. N Pier
(ID)
5 2845 S
105 1895 E
Fl Y 4s 10 6 Yellow x on yellow
pipe beacon
* * * * * * * *
PULAU BANGKA. EASTWARDS
K1007
ID, , 1923
- Karang Merah
(ID)
2 0150 S
106 1540 E
Fl(2)G 15s 12 8 Green beacon
12
fl 05, ec 45, fl 05, ec 95.
Ra refl. Destroyed (T) 2012
*
TELUK JAKARTA. JAKARTA
K107283 Remove from list; deleted
TIMOR
K1368
ID, , 5817
- Dili. Tg Laguebada 8 3290 S
125 3412 E
Fl W 6s 19 12 Metal framework
tower on white stone
base, blue bands
17
*
PULAU-PULAU KAI. SELAT DUROA. PULAU UBUR
K16292 - Pulau Duroa. Selat Duroa
(ID)
5 3378 S
132 4184 E
Fl R 3s 8 4 & on beacon
* * * * * * * *
PULAU-PULAU KAI. PULAU KAI DULAH
K162932 - Pulau Ubur.
North-eastward
(ID)
5 3438 S
132 4393 E
Fl G 6s 8 6 % on beacon
* * * * * * * *
K16299 - Dumar
(ID)
5 3701 S
132 4453 E
Fl W 8s 10 5 Beacon
* * * * * * * *
KANGAROO ISLAND. NEPEAN BAY
K20974 - Kingscote Harbour. Bay of
Shoals. Entrance
35 3816 S
137 3760 E
Q R . . . . Red & on beacon
* * * * * * * *
GIPPSLAND LAKES
K25465 Remove from list; deleted
K25466 Remove from list; deleted
K25468 Remove from list; deleted
K25469 Remove from list; deleted
MORETON BAY. SOUTH PART
K2897 - Chain Banks. SW side 27 2527 S
153 1827 E
Fl G 25s . . . . % on green beacon Destroyed; starboard lateral light
buoy Q G in situ (T) 2012
*
MOOLOOLABA HARBOUR
K29083 - Ldg Lts 13115. Front 26 4094 S
153 0814 E
F Bu . . . . % on white beacon TE 2012
- - - . . By day F Y
- - - . . Fl R 4s . . . . . . Obscured from seaward
*
K290831 - Ldg Lts 13115. Rear. 85m
from front
26 4097 S
153 0818 E
F Bu . . . . + on white beacon TE 2012
- - - - . . By day F Y
*
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GREAT BARRIER REEF (COASTAL WATERS). REPULSE BAY
K30626 - Proserpine River. Entrance 20 3065 S
148 4404 E
Fl G 3s . . . . Green % on beacon Destroyed; light buoy Fl Y 3s in situ
(T) 2012
* *
K306261 - Proserpine River 20 2990 S
148 4352 E
Fl G 3s . . . . Green % on beacon Destroyed; starboard lateral light
buoy Fl G 3s in situ (T) 2012
*
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Vol L Edition 2012/13. Weekly Edition No. 13, Dated 29 March 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
SRYA
L3844
NO, , 919700
- Kja. West of Srvr 70 3780 N
21 5685 E
Iso WRG 6s 45 W 6
R 4
G 4
White lantern
3
R2336-2445(109),
W2445-309(645),
G309-3515(425),
W3515-0197(282),
R0197-087(673),
W087-1139(269),
G1139-1174(35).
Shown 12/8 to 24/4
* * *
EYSTUROY (STER)
L44175 - Leirvk. Mole. Head
(DK)
62 1276 N
6 4211 W
Fl R 3s . . . . . . TE 2012
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 12, dated 22 March 2012.
OKINAWA GUNTO. OKINAWA SHIMA. KIN-NAKAGUSUKU KO
M47534
JP, 411, 7035
- Nakagusuku Wan. Hira
Sone. Breakwater. Head
(JP)
26 1580 N
127 4907 E
Mo(U)W 15s 11 10
* * * * * * * *
TOSA WAN
M55993
JP, 411, 3090
- Irino Ko 33 0066 N
133 0090 E
Fl G 3s 15 5 Red round concrete
tower
9
* * * * * * * *
SAGAMI NADA. TOKYO WAN. KEIHIN KO. YOKOHAMA KU
M6402
JP, 411, 2116
- S Outer Breakwater. N
Head
35 2716 N
139 4044 E
Fl(2)G 8s 20 3 White round concrete
tower
24
2 fl in 3
*
M6406
JP, 411, 2117
- N Outer Breakwater. S
Head
35 2735 N
139 4054 E
Fl(2)R 8s 19 3 Red tower
24
2 fl in 3s
*
M64953
JP, 411, 1842
Nakaminato Ko. S
Breakwater. Head
36 2025 N
140 3614 E
Fl(2)G 9s 13 3 White tower
9
* *
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ONAHAMA WAN. ONAHAMA KO
M65028
JP, 411, 1823
- Otsurugi. Breakwater. Head 36 5498 N
140 5190 E
Fl(3)G 13s 16 3 White round concrete
tower
13
* * *
UCHIURA WAN
M67443 Remove from list; deleted
AKKESHI WAN. DAIKOKU SHIMA
M6828
JP, 411, 0141
- Daikoku Shima. S end 42 5689 N
144 5194 E
Fl W 10s 111 12 White round concrete
tower
8
*
M7796
RU, 2401, 1107
Pereput'ye 46 1734 N
141 5365 E
Fl W 5s 38 15 Round metal tower
with platform, upper
part white, lower part
black
5
fl 05.
Ra refl. TE 2012
*
ZALIV ANIVA. LA PROUSE STARIT
M7804
RU, 2401, 2185
- Kamen' Opasnosti 45 4753 N
142 1345 E
Fl W 75s 19 13 White round concrete
tower
18
fl 15.
Unreliable Jan - March
* *
ZALIV ANIVA
M7806
RU, 2401, 2190
- Mys Anastasii 46 0166 N
142 1077 E
LFl W 6s 49 8 White 8-sided stone
tower, red band
11
fl 2.
TE 2012
* *
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6.1
AMENDMENTS TO
ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS
Weekly Edition No. 13 dated 29 March 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 2, NP 282, 2012/13
Published Wk 11/12
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 12 dated 22 March 2012)
RADAR BEACONS
PAGE 34, SWEDEN.
Insert:
Kungshamnsgrundet Lt 583695N 170208E 30s T 62650
Swedish Notice 393/7758/12 (RSDRA2012000050177) 13/12
PAGE 130, PERU.
91810 Punta Parias Lt.
Delete entry
Peruvian Notice 10/12 (RSDRA2012000050178) 13/12
AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)
PAGE 196, MALTA, Valetta Marine Weather Lt Buoy.
Delete entry
Transport Malta Notice 4/12 (RSDRA2012000042335) 13/12
LEGAL TIME
PAGE 242, Chile.
Delete entry and replace by:
Chile +4 +3 21 August 2011 0000h
2 September 2012 0000h
13 October 2013 0000h
28 April 2012 2400h
9 March 2013 2400h
8 March 2014 2400h
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PAGE 242, Cuba.
Delete entry and replace by:
Cuba +5 +4 1 April 2012 0000h
10 March 2013 0000h
16 March 2014 0000h
11 November 2012 0100h
10 November 2013 0100h
9 November 2014 0100h
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PAGE 242, Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) (Chile).
Delete entry and replace by:
Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) (Chile) +6 +5 20 August 2011 2200h
1 September 2012 2200h
12 October 2013 2200h
28 April 2012 2200h
9 March 2013 2200h
8 March 2014 2200h
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VOLUME 3, PART 2, NP 283(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 52/11
(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 8 dated 23 February 2012)
RADIO-FACSIMILE
PAGE 62, NEW ORLEANS, Schedule.
Delete and replace by:
Schedule
Test pattern 0000 1200
120/576
1 US / tropical surface analysis (W half) 0005(18) 1205(06)
2 Tropical surface analysis (E half) 0020(18) 1220(06)
3
Rebroadcast of 1925 / 0725 (24 hour wind / wave) 0035(12) 1235(00)
Rebroadcast of 1950 / 0750 (48 hour wind / wave) 0045(12) 1245(00)
Rebroadcast of 2015 / 0815 (72 hour wind / wave) 0055(12) 1255(00)
Rebroadcast of 1855 / 0655 (24 hour surface) 0105(12) 1305(00)
Rebroadcast of 1905 / 0705 (48 hour surface) 0115(12) 1315(00)
Rebroadcast of 1915 / 0715 (72 hour surface) 0125(12) 1325(00)
6 Cyclone danger area or high wind / waves
2
0135(21) 1335(09)
3
Rebroadcast of 0825 (72 hour wave period / swell) 0150(00)
36 hour wind / wave forecast 1350(12)
4 GOES infra-red tropical satellite image 0200(00) 1400(12)
3 Sea state analysis 0215(00) 1415(12)
Request for comments / product notice 0225 1425
5 High seas forecast (in English) 0245(22) 1445(10)
Test Pattern 0600 1800
1 US / tropical surface analysis (W half) 0605(00) 1805(12)
2 Tropical surface analysis (E half) 0620(00) 1820(12)
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48 hour wave period / swell direction 0635(00) 1835(12)
120/576
Rebroadcast of 0215 / 1415 (sea state analysis) 0645(00) 1845(12)
24 hour wind / wave forecast 0655(00) 1855(12)
48 hour surface forecast 0705(00) 1905(12)
72 hour surface forecast 0715(00) 1915(12)
24 hour wind / wave forecast 0725(00) 1925(12)
6 Cyclone danger area or high wind / waves
2
0735(03) 1935(15)
3 48 hour wind / wave forecast 0750(00) 1950(12)
4 GOES infra-red tropical satellite image 0800(07) 2000(18)
3
72 hour wind / wave forecast 0815(00) 2015(12)
72 hour wave period / swell direction 0825(00)
Rebroadcast of 0215 (sea state analysis) 0835(00)
Broadcast schedule 2025
5 High seas forecast (in English) 0845(04) 2045(16)
NOTES: (1) Carrier frequency is 19 kHz below the assigned frequency.
(2) Tropical cyclone danger area chart replaced by 48 hour high wind / wave warning chart 1 Dec - 14 May. Valid times 0000, 0600, 1200 and 1800 UTC.
Map area 5N - 40N, 35W - 100W.
NOAA (RSDRA2012000027058) 13/12
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
PAGE 239, diagram, UNITED STATES, ATLANTIC and GULF COAST, OFFSHORE FORECAST AREAS.
Delete diagram and replace by three diagrams on pages 6.4, 6.5 and 6.6.
NOAA (RSDRA2012000049902) 13/12
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6.7
VOLUME 6, PART 2, NP 286(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 21/11

(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 12 dated 22 March 2012)


PAGE 340, SWEDEN, FALKENBERG, Pilots, CONTACT DETAILS.
Delete and replace by:
CONTACT DETAILS:
Pilot Ordering Centre
Call: Falkenberg Pilot
VHF Channel: Ch 18
Telephone: +46(0)771 630650
E-mail: westcoastpilot@sjofartsverket.se
Website: www.sjofartsverket.se
(former amendment 30/11)
Swedish Notice 393/7745/12, (RSDRA2012000050177), 13/12
PAGE 347, SWEDEN, HALMSTAD, Pilots, CONTACT DETAILS.
Delete and replace by:
CONTACT DETAILS:
Pilot Ordering Centre
Call: Halmstad Pilot
VHF Channel: Ch 18
Telephone: +46(0)771 630650
E-mail: westcoastpilot@sjofartsverket.se
Website: www.sjofartsverket.se
(former amendment 31/11)
Swedish Notice 393/7745/12, (RSDRA2012000050177), 13/12
PAGE 410, SWEDEN, VARBERG, Pilots, CONTACT DETAILS.
Delete and replace by:
CONTACT DETAILS:
Pilot Ordering Centre
Call: Varberg Pilot
VHF Channel: Ch 19
Telephone: +46(0)771 630650
E-mail: westcoastpilot@sjofartsverket.se
Website: www.sjofartsverket.se
(former amendment 33/11)
Swedish Notice 393/7745/12, (RSDRA2012000050177), 13/12

VOLUME 6, PART 3, NP 286(3), 2011/12


Published Wk 29/11

(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 10 dated 8 March 2012)


PAGE 47, CROATIA, ZADAR, Pilots and Port, PROCEDURE, section
(3) (a).
Delete and replace by:
(a) Zadar: 440780N 151052E
Croatian Notice 1/2/12, (RSDRA2012000046600), 13/12

VOLUME 6, PART 4, NP 286(4), 2011/12


Published Wk 34/11

(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 11 dated 15 March 2012)


PAGE 161, INDONESIA, BANJARMASIN, Kalimantan, Pilots and Port,
PROCEDURE, section (4).
Delete and replace by:
(4) Pilot boards in position 34000S 1142402E.
Indonesian Chart 289, (RSDRA2011000235523), 13/12

VOLUME 6, PART 7, NP 286(7), 2011/12


Published Wk 48/11

(Last Amendments: Weekly Edition No. 11 dated 15 March 2012)


PAGE 1, ARGENTINA, GENERAL NOTES, ISPS DESIGNATED
AUTHORI TY, Prefectura Naval Argentina section.
Delete and replace by:
Prefectura Naval Argentina.
Telephone: +54(0)11 43187522
Fax: +54(0)11 43140317
E-mail: cfernandez@prefecturanaval.gov.ar
Website: www.prefecturanaval.gov.ar
MV Bunga Lotus, (RSDRA2012000050714), 13/12

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ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS CUMULATIVE LIST OF AMENDMENTS
CORRECT TO Wk 13/12
This list is a summary of the entries in the current editions of the Admiralty List of
Radio Signals which have had amendments issued in Section VI of the Weekly
Edition of Notices to Mariners.
The entries affected are shown in bold type followed by the numbers of the Weekly
Editions in which amendments for that station were issued.
These summaries are issued on a quarterly basis.
VOLUME 1, PART 1, NP 281(1), 2011/12
Published Wk 37/11
GLOBAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
46
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
AORES (Portugal) 2012 11
BAHRAIN 2012 6
DJIBOUTI 2012 10
GREECE 37
INDIA (North Western Region) 37, 42
INDIA (Western Region) 37, 42
INDIA (Eastern Region (Including Bay of Bengal) 37, 42
INDIA (Andaman and Nicobar Region) 38, 42
IRAN 2012 5
ITALY 49
MADAGASCAR 2012 4, 6, 12
PORTUGAL 2012 11
QATAR 50
RUSSIA (Baltic Coast) 2012 7
RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) 2012 6, 7
SENEGAL 42
SWEDEN 37, 43
TURKEY 51
UNITED KINGDOM 38 2012 10
ANTI-PIRACY
43
MARITIME DECLARATION OF HEALTH FORM AND RADIO QUARANTINE
REPORTING CODES
41
DIAGRAMS
Page 35 AORES, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC 2012 11
Page 69 BALTIC SEA, ESTONIA, LATVIA& RUSSIA, MARITIME RADIOSTATIONS,
JRCC MRCC & MRSC 2012 7
Page 104 INDIA WEST COAST AND PAKISTAN, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS,
MRCC & MRSC 42
Page 105 BANGLADESH, INDIA EAST COAST AND SRI LANKA, MARITIME RADIO
STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC 42
Page 134 EAST AFRICA AND THE SEYCHELLES 2012 4, 6, 12
Page 206 SWEDEN, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC 43
Page 223 UNITED KINGDOM 2012 10
Page 227 UNITED KINGDOM 2012 10
Page 228 UNITED KINGDOM 2012 10
VOLUME 1, PART 2, NP 281(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 40/11
GLOBAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
46
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
ANTARCTICA 2012 4, 5
CHILE 40
GREENLAND 45
GUAM 2012 10
KOREA, SOUTH 44
NEW ZEALAND 40
PHILIPPINES 49
TAIWAN 2012 4, 6
UNITED STATES (Alaska) 40 2012 9
VIETNAM 46
ANTI-PIRACY
43
DIAGRAMS
Page 37 ANTARCTICA, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC 2012 4
Page 144 GREENLAND, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, ISLAND COMMANDER
GREENLAND 45
Page 197 KOREA (NORTH) & KOREA (SOUTH), MARITIME RADIO STATIONS,
MRCC & MRSC 44
Page 248 UNITED STATES, GULF OF ALASKA, WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
(WSO), US COASTGUARD 2012 9
Page 271 VIETNAM - NORTH, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS 46
Page 272 VIETNAM - SOUTH, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS 46
VOLUME 2, NP 282, 2012/13
Published Wk 11/12
PRELIMINARY PAGES
11,12
RADAR BEACONS
51050 11
55650 11
56560 12
62650 13
64895 11
74830 11
74860 11
74920 11
74950 11
79210 11
80850 11
81445 12
81948.7 11
81972 11
81992.5 11
81992.7 11
82063 11
82145 11
82185 11
82300 11
88560 11
90230 11
91440 11
91795 11
91810 13
92257 11
93220 11
94685 11
94870 11
AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)
ANGOLA 11
CEUTA (Spain) 12
CHINA 11, 12
DENMARK 11
FRANCE (English Channel) 11
KOREA, SOUTH 11
LATVIA 11
MALTA 13
SPAIN (South West Coast) 12
UNITED KINGDOM 11
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LEGAL TIME
CHILE 13
CUBA 13
EASTER ISLAND (Isla de Pascua) (Chile) 13
FIJI 11
JORDAN 11
SAMOA 11
VOLUME 3, PART 1, NP 283(1), 2011/12
Published Wk 49/11
SAFETYNET
2012 2
NAVTEX
49, 52 2012 2, 3, 6
RADIO-FACSIMILE
49
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
BELGIUM 2012 10, 11
ISRAEL 2012 2
ITALY 49, 52 2012 2, 5, 6
NORWAY 2012 6, 10
SWEDEN 49
RUSSIA (Arctic Coast) 2012 6
TUNISIA 2012 3
UNITED KINGDOM 2012 12
DIAGRAMS
Page 27 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, North Atlantic and Arctic 2012 6
Page 28 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, North West Europe 2012 10
Page 30 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, Western Mediterranean 49, 52 2012 2, 3 , 5
Page 86 FRANCE, AVURNAV, Brest and Cherbourg 49
Page 90 FRANCE, AVURNAV, Toulon 49
Page 123 ITALY, MARITIME RADIO STATIONS 49, 52 2012 2, 6
VOLUME 3, PART 2, NP 283(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 52/11
SAFETYNET
2012 2
NAVTEX
52 2012 2
RADIO - FACSIMILE
BOSTON 2012 8
NEW ORLEANS 2012 13
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
GREENLAND 52
VIETNAM 52
DIAGRAMS
Page 35 NAVTEX - Index of Diagrams 2012 2
Page 36 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, South East Asia 52
Page 40 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS, Greenland 52
Page 239 UNITEDSTATES, ATLANTICand GULF COAST, OFFSHORE FORECAST
AREAS 2012 13
Page 239 UNITED STATES, ATLANTIC COAST, OFFSHORE FORECAST AREAS
2012 13
Page 239 UNITED STATES, GULF, CARIBBEAN AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC
COASTS, OFFSHORE FORECAST AREAS 2012 13
Page 239 UNITED STATES, GULF, CARIBBEAN AND TROPICAL ATLANTIC
COASTS, HF FORECAST AREAS 2012 13
VOLUME 5, NP 285, 2011/12
Published Wk 27/11
GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS AND SAFETY SYSTEM (GMDSS)
Section 2: COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FOR USE IN THE GLOBAL SYSTEM 42
Section 9: VHF DSC, LIST OF COAST STATIONSFORSEAAREAA132, 462012 5, 8
Section 10: MF DSC, LIST OF COAST STATIONSFORSEAAREAA2 42, 45, 46 2012
10
Section 11: HF DSC, LIST OF COAST STATIONS FOR SEA AREA A3/A4 42, 46
Section13: MARITIMESAFETYINFORMATION(MSI) UNDERTHEGMDSS29, 38, 45
2012 6
Section 14: SAFETYNET 27, 29, 42 2012 2
Section 15: NAVTEX 29, 34, 42, 46, 49, 52 2012 2, 3, 5, 6, 10
Section 16: DISTRESS, SEARCHANDRESCUE 27, 32, 33, 38, 40, 42, 43, 46, 48 2012
3, 5, 6, 10
DIAGRAMS
Page 156 R1-A - BRITISH ISLES AND NORTH WEST EUROPE, Digital Selective
Calling (DSC) Limits of Sea Areas 2012 10
Page 158R3-A- NORTHATLANTIC- WEST, Digital Selective Calling(DSC) Limitsof
Sea Areas 45
Page 159 R4-A- NORTHATLANTIC- EAST, Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Limits of
Sea Areas 45
Page 167 PERSIAN GULF SEA Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Limits of Sea Areas
2012 5, 8
Page 178 R18-A - ARCTIC, Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Limits of Sea Areas 45
Page185Operational HFDSCStationswithMMSI numbersfor SeaAreasA3andA4
42
Page 229 SafetyNET, NAV/METAREAI - AOR-E &AOR-WUNITEDKINGDOM27, 29
Page 230 SafetyNET, NAV/METAREA II - AOR-E & AOR-W France 2012 2
Page 238 SafetyNET, NAV/METAREA VIII - IOR, INDIA & MAURITIUS/RUNION 42
Page 283 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS North Atlantic and Arctic 29 2012 6
Page 284 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS North West Europe 2012 10
Page 286 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS Western Mediterranean 49, 52 2012 2, 3, 5
Page288NAVTEX- MSI BROADCASTSSouthernAfrica, IndianOcean, RedSeaand
Persian Gulf 46, 52
Page 289 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS South East Asia 46, 52
Page 293 NAVTEX - MSI BROADCASTS Greenland 52
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VOLUME 6, PART 1, NP 286(1), 2011/12
Published Wk 17/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
BELGIUM 17, 29
BELGIUM AND NETHERLANDS 50
CHANNEL ISLANDS (UK) 17
FRANCE (Atlantic and English Channel Coasts) 45
IRELAND 19, 46, 51
NETHERLANDS 17, 50
PORTUGAL 35
UNITED KINGDOM 18, 21, 22, 24, 26, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36, 38, 41, 48, 52 2012 5
DIAGRAMS
Page 152 APPROACHES TO NIEUWE WATERWEG VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES
AND PILOTAGE 17
Page 279 FORTH PORTS PLC VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 26
VOLUME 6, PART 2, NP 286(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 21/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
DENMARK 43, 44, 46, 49
FINLAND 24, 32, 37, 50, 51 2012 4, 7
GERMANY 25, 33, 41, 42, 44 2012 12
ICELAND 21
POLAND 41
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS 21, 31, 43
SWEDEN 22, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 39, 44, 51 2012 8, 9, 11, 12, 13
DIAGRAMS
Page 67 ARCHIPELAGO (SAARISTOMERI) VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 24, 32
Page 76 HELSINKI VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 51
Page 81 KOTKA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 50
Page 95 WEST COAST VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 50
Page 155 STRALSUND VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 25
Page 159 TRAVEMNDE and LBECK VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 42
Page 182 WOLGAST VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 25
Page 193 OFF THE SOUTH AND SOUTH WEST COAST OF ICELAND 21
Page 324 IN THE SOUND BETWEEN DENMARK AND SWEDEN (SOUNDREP) 31
Page 333 SWEDEN PILOT STATIONS 30 2012 9
VOLUME 6, PART 3, NP 286(3), 2011/12
Published Wk 29/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
ANGOLA 47
CROATIA 2012 13
EQUATORIAL GUINEA 29
GREECE 29
ITALY 29, 30, 46
MOROCCO 2012 4
NAMIBIA 36
ROMANIA 29
SAUDI ARABIA 43
SOUTH AFRICA 39 2012 4, 10
SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) 29
TURKEY 29, 46, 52 2012 10
UKRAINE 29, 30, 43 2012 3
DIAGRAMS
Page 153 BRINDISI VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 46
Page 162 GENOVA (GENOA) VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 30
Page 211 TARANTO VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 29
Page 342 MOSSEL BAY (MOSSELBAAI) VESSEL REPORTING 2012 4
Page 398 TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) 29, 52
Page 399 ANAKKALE BOFAZI (THE DARDANELLES) TURKISH STRAITS
VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TBRAP) 29
Page 400 ISTANBUL BOFAZI (THE BOSPORUS) TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL
TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TBRAP) 29, 52
Page 440 MARIUPOL VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE and KERCH STRAIT VESSEL
TRAFFIC SERVICE 43
VOLUME 6, PART 4, NP 286(4), 2011/12
Published Wk 34/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
AUSTRALIA 34, 39, 40, 44 2012 4, 7, 11
INDIA 42, 48 2012 4, 10, 11
INDONESIA 2012 13
OMAN 34
QATAR 38
SAUDI ARABIA (Persian Gulf Coast) 42
SINGAPORE 49
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 34
DIAGRAMS
Page42GREATBARRIERREEFANDTORRESSTRAITVESSELTRAFFICSERVICE
(VTS) - REEFVTS 34
Page43GREATBARRIERREEFANDTORRESSTRAITVESSELTRAFFICSERVICE
(VTS) - REEFVTS 34
Page43GREATBARRIERREEFANDTORRESSTRAITVESSELTRAFFICSERVICE
(VTS) - REEFVTS 34
Page 89 SYDNEY (PORT JACKSON) REPORTING SYSTEM 2012 4
Page 322 SINGAPORE PORT OPERATIONS (Including EAST JOHOR STRAIT
Vessel Traffic Information System) 49
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VOLUME 6, PART 5, NP 286(5), 2011/12
Published Wk 43/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
BERMUDA (UK) 43
UNITED STATES (Gulf Coast) 2012 11
VOLUME 6, PART 6, NP 286(6), 2011/12
Published Wk 46/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
CHINA 46, 49 2012 12
JAPAN 2012 11
KOREA, SOUTH 51 2012 3
VIETNAM 46
DIAGRAMS
Page 85 SHANGHAI VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 46
Page 108 YANGSHAN VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 46
Page 231 DAESAN PILOTS & VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 51
Page 237 INCHEON and PYEONGTAEK PILOTS & VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 51
VOLUME 6, PART 7, NP 286(7), 2011/12
Published Wk 48/11
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and PORT OPERATIONS
ARGENTINA 2012 13
BRAZIL 48
CHILE 48, 2012 2
COLOMBIA 2012 1, 11
PERU 2012 3
Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO
Wk13/12
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.