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CARIBBEAN SEA

WEST INDIES

SOUNDINGS IN METERS
(Under 21 in meters and decimeters)
(meters and half meters to 31)

HAITI-SOUTH COAST
MERCATOR PROJECTION

reduced to the approximate level of Mean Lower Low Water

SCALE 1:12,500

JACMEL

For Symbols and Abbreviations, see Chart No. 1

From U.S. Navy surveys and charts to 2010

WORLD GEODETIC SYSTEM 1984 (WGS-84)

Soundings on this chart are corrected for sound velocity

SOUNDINGS IN METERS

HEIGHTS IN METERS ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL


Contour interval 50 meters
with a supplementary contour at 25 meters

30''

31'

6''

30'

30''

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Ora

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Runway

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Neatline Dimensions: 64.5 cm N-S x 89.3 cm E-W

6''

30''

32'

31'

30'

SOUNDINGS IN METERS

Prepared and published by the


NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY

Nautical Miles
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7228'
WARNING

Copyright 2010 by the United States Government


No copyright claimed under Title 17 U.S.C.

0.1

30''

6''

To ensure that this chart was printed at the proper scale, the line below should
measure six inches (152 millimeters). If the line does not measure six inches
(152 millimeters), this copy is not certified safe for navigation.

The prudent mariner will not rely solely on any single


aid to navigation, particularly on floating aids. See
paragraph No. 1 of Notice to Mariners No. 1 or Sailing
Directions Planning Guides for information relative to
NGA Charts.

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DEPTH
CONVERSION
SCALE

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To find SPEED, place one point of dividers on nautical miles run and the other on minutes run. Without changing divider spread, place
right point on 60 and left point will then indicate speed in knots. Example: with 4.0 miles run in 15 minutes, the speed is 16.0 knots.

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Jacmel
SOUNDINGS IN METERS - SCALE 1:12,500

30''

18
10'

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Diacritics are not used on this chart.

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DIACRITICS

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In compliance with IHO specifications, soundings on this


chart that are reliable are represented by sloping or
italicized figures. Soundings from less reliable sources
are represented by vertical figures.

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SOUNDINGS

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08

Areas of this chart have been surveyed with the airborne CHARTS
LIDAR (LIght Detection and Ranging) system. LIDAR is an
accepted method of rapid hydrographic survey of coastal areas
which meets International Hydrographic Organization (IHO)
standards for accuracy, quality and hazard detection. LIDAR,
which has a maximum seabed detection limit of approximately
40m, is affected by environmental factors such as water clarity
(turbidity), sea state and sun angle. Such environmental factors
present at the time of data collection may limit the range or
geographic extents of soundings gathered by the system. In
such cases, Lidar data may have been augmented by other
sources in the construction of this chart.

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CAUTION NO 2

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To ensure that this chart was printed at the proper scale, the line below should
measure six inches (152 millimeters). If the line does not measure six inches
(152 millimeters), this copy is not certified safe for navigation.

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LIDAR SURVEYS

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ANNUA
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A - U.S. Navy LIDAR survey, NGA Document No. SF401025...............1:1,000


(2010)
B - U.S. Navy Survey, Archive No. 844020..........................................1:15,000
(1985)
*C - U.S. Chart 26206............................................................................1:20,000
(Ed. 1995, from U.S. Navy surveys of 1983 and 1985 and a U.S. Chart
of 1979)
D - U.S. Navy Survey, Archive No. 825018.........................................1:50,000
(1983)
With additons from other sources
* From surveys prior to 1930. The depth unit in these areas is meters and half
meters

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GLOSSARY
Baie....................bay, cove
Cap.............................cape
Riviere.....................stream

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JACMEL

14'

1. Significant changes have been made to the hydrography of the


area in order to fit later date shoreline.
2. Due to water conditions at the time of the survey, LIDAR data
dropped out in this area. The mariner is advised that the extent
of the blue tine (0 to 10 meter area) delineates only the limit of
the LIDAR survey data present, not necessarily where the
actual outer limit of the ten meter curve exists.
3. Due to the earthquake of January, 2010, aids to navigation
and charted landmarks may be unreliable. There may be
floating debris, oil spills, and underwater obstructions that may
not be plotted on this chart. Not all ruins and dangers are
marked or known. The navigator should use extreme caution
when navigating on this chart.

To find SPEED, place one point of dividers on nautical miles run and the other on minutes run. Without changing divider spread, place
right point on 60 and left point will then indicate speed in knots. Example: with 4.0 miles run in 15 minutes, the speed is 16.0 knots.

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IALA Buoyage System, Region B,


is in effect in the area covered
by this chart. See Chart No. 1.

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BUOYAGE

CAUTIONS

6''

"

30''
1814'22.1''N

SOURCE DIAGRAM
50

7228'

29'

6''

7227'09.5''W

32'

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7233'

6''

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1st Ed., Mar. 2010