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ADMIRALTY
NOTICES TO MARINERS
Weekly Edition 43
25 October 2012
(Published on the UKHO Website 15 October 2012)
CONTENTS
I Explanatory Notes. Publications List
II Admiralty Notices to Mariners. Updates to Standard Nautical Charts
III Reprints of NAVAREA I Navigational Warnings
IV Updates to Admiralty Sailing Directions
V Updates to Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals
VI Updates to Admiralty List of Radio Signals
VII Updates to Miscellaneous Admiralty Nautical Publications
MarinersarerequestedtoinformtheUKHydrographicOffice, AdmiraltyWay, Taunton, Somerset
TA12DNimmediatelyof thediscoveryof newdangers, or changesor defectsinaidstonavigation
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 reproduction at the end of Section VII of the Weekly Edition of 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.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch
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.admiralty.co.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 via
www.ukho.gov.uk/msi or the searchable NM Website www.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch 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.

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SEARCHABLE NOTICES TO MARINERS

Enter the www.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch website and select the search option that you require
following the on screen instructions:

Search NMs by - Chart Number only
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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:
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CUSTOMER SERVICE

If you experience any difficulties, please contact the UKHO Customer Service on:
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e-mail: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk
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ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS

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

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

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

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EXPLANATORY NOTES
Dating
Weekly Notices are dated for the Thursday appropriate to the week that the printed version is despatched from the UKHO.
They are available earlier from the UKHO website.
Section I - Publications List
At the beginning of the Publications List is an index of Admiralty Charts affected by the Publications List. Thereafter there
are a number of standard lists which contain details and announcements concerning charts and publications relevant for the
particular Weekly Notice. Full details of how to use the various lists contained in Section I are available in NP294.
Special Announcements and Errata are occasionally included at the end of this Section.
Section IA - Temporary and Preliminary (T&P) Notices
A list of T&P Notices in force (along with a list of those cancelled during the previous month), is included in the Weekly NM
each month (see below).
Section IB - Current Hydrographic Publications
Information about Hydrographic Publications including the current edition numbers is included in the Weekly NM at the end
of March, June, September and December.
Section II - Updates to Standard Nautical Charts
The notices in Section II give instructions for the updating of standard nautical charts and selected thematic charts in the
Admiralty series. Geographical positions refer to the horizontal datum of the current edition of each affected chart which is
stated in the notice alongside the appropriate chart number. Positions are normally given in degrees, minutes and decimals of
a minute, but may occasionally quote seconds for convenience when plotting from the graduation of some 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.
T&P Notices. These are indicated by (T) or (P) after the notice number and are placed at the end of Section II. They are
printed on one side of the paper in order that they may be cut up and filed. To assist in filing, the year is indicated after the
notice number and an in-force list is published monthly. Information from these notices is not included on charts before
issue; charts should be updated in pencil on receipt. Associated diagrams are reproduced with Blocks at the end of Section II.
Original Information. A star (*) adjacent to the number of a notice indicates that the notice is based on original
information.
Section III - Navigational Warnings
NAVAREA I Navigational Warnings in force at the specified time quoted in the header are reprinted in Section III. It is
recommended that this reprint should be kept in a file or book, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most
convenient Admiralty Chart is quoted. The full text of all Warnings in force is included in Weeks 1, 13, 26 and 39 each year.
Section IV - Sailing Directions
Updates to all Sailing Directions are given in Section IV. Those in force at the end of the year are reprinted in the Annual
Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners Part 2 (NP247(2)). A list of updates in force is published in Section IV of the
Weekly Edition quarterly. For volumes of Sailing Directions maintained by Continuous Revision, updates may be cut out
and pasted/changed directly into the book. Alternatively, and for the remaining volumes of Sailing Directions maintained by
Supplement, it is recommended that updates are kept in a file with the latest list of updates in force on top. The list should
then be consulted when using the parent book to see if any changes, affecting the area under consideration, are in force. It is
not recommended that changes be stuck in the parent book, or the supplement of Sailing Directions maintained by
supplement.
Section V - Lights
Updates to all the List of Lights are given in Section V and may be published in an earlier edition than the chart-updating
notice. The entire entry for each light updated will be printed (including minor changes) and an asterisk (*) will denote which
column contains a change. In the case of a new light, or where a new sequence is added below the main light, an asterisk (*)
will appear under all columns. All Section V entries are intended to be cut out and pasted into the appropriate volume. It is
emphasised that the List of Lights is the primary source of information on lights and that many alterations, especially those of
a temporary but operational nature, are promulgated only as updates to the List of Lights. Light positions should be
regarded as approximate and are intended to indicate the relative positions of lights only. Charts should be consulted for a
more authoritative position. When a light is affected by a separate chart-updating notice, its Light List number is always
included in the relevant text contained in Section II. The range of a light is normally the nominal range, except when the
responsible authority quotes luminous or geographical range - see special remarks for ranges used by each country.
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Section VI - Radio Signals
Updates to all the Radio Signals are given in Section VI. When a chart-updating notice is issued for information that is also
included within the Radio Signals, the appropriate volume reference number is quoted, followed in parentheses by the
number of the Weekly Edition containing (in Section VI) the corresponding update to the service details. The updates in
Section VI should be cut out and pasted into the appropriate volumes.
Section VII - Miscellaneous Publications
Updates to the following selected miscellaneous Nautical Publications are contained in Section VII.
NP100 The Mariners Handbook
NP133A Paper Chart Maintenance Record
NP231 Admiralty Guide to the Practical Use of ENCs
NP294 How to Keep your Admiralty Products Up-to-date
NP136 Ocean Passages for the World
NP350(1) Admiralty Distance Tables Atlantic Ocean
NP350(3) Admiralty Distance Tables Pacific Ocean
NP350(2) Admiralty Distance Tables Indian Ocean
NP735 IALA Maritime Buoyage System
NP5011 Symbols and Abbreviations used on Admiralty Paper Charts
NP5012 Admiralty Guide to ENC Symbols used in ECDIS
All Tides Publications
Nautical Almanac Publications, including Sight Reduction Tables.
Further Guidance
The Mariners Handbook (NP100) gives a fuller explanation of the limitations of charts and details of the UKHO policy for
the promulgation and selection of navigationally significant information for charts. Details of chart updating methods can be
found in How to Keep Your Admiralty Products Up-to-date (NP294). All users are advised to study these publications.
CAUTIONARY NOTES
Updating
Updating information is published by Weekly Notices to Mariners supplemented by navigational warnings for items of
immediate importance. It should be borne in mind that they may be based on reports which cannot always be verified before
promulgation, and that it is sometimes necessary to be selective and promulgate only the more important items to avoid
overloading users; the remainder being included in revised editions of the charts and publications concerned.
Laws and Regulations
While, in the interests of the safety of shipping, the UKHO makes every endeavour to include in its publications details of the
laws and regulations of all countries appertaining to navigation, it must be clearly understood:-
(a) that no liability whatsoever can be accepted for failure to publish details of any particular law or regulation, and
(b) that publication of the details of a law or regulation is solely for the safety and convenience of shipping and implies no
recognition of the international validity of the law or regulation.
Reliance on Charts and Associated Publications
While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on Admiralty charts and within nautical publications, it
should be appreciated that it may not always be complete and up-to-date. The mariner must be the final judge of the reliance
he can place on the information given, bearing in mind his particular circumstances, local pilotage guidance and the judicious
use of available aids to navigation.
Charts
Charts should be used with prudence: there are areas where the source data are old, incomplete or of poor quality. The
mariner should use the largest scale appropriate for his particular purpose; apart from being the most detailed, the larger
scales are usually updated first. When extensive new information (such as a new hydrographic survey) is received, some
months may elapse before it can be fully incorporated in published charts. On small scale charts of ocean areas where
hydrographic information is, in many cases, still sparse, charted shoals may be in error as regards position, least depth and
extent. Undiscovered dangers may exist, particularly away from well-established routes.
Satellite-Derived Positions and Chart Accuracy
Mariners must not assume that charts which are referred to WGS84 Datum, or those for which shifts to WGS84 Datum are
provided, have been surveyed to modern standards of accuracy. On some charts, owing to the age and quality of the source
information, some of the charted detail may not be positioned accurately. In such cases mariners are advised to exercise
particular caution when navigating in the vicinity of dangers, even when using an electronic positioning system such as GPS.
For further details, see The Mariners Handbook (NP100). This applies to both paper and digital (Admiralty Raster Chart
Service and ENC) versions of charts.
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Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List

Admiralty Chart

117
134
152
728
736
1054
1119
1160
1205
1213
1233
2422
2566
2567
2626
3173
3316
3543
3557
3567
3568
3569
3849
4128
4249
Aus 740
Aus 741
Aus 742
INT 1500
INT 1501
INT 1546
INT 1549
INT 1552
INT 3350
JP 95
JP 150C
SC 5617
X 2626

Revised UK RRP

Admiralty Publication

NP 284

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 25 October 2012

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

2422 South China Sea, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, Singapore to
Pulau Redang.
1180N. 5580N., 102400E. 105400E.

A metric replacement of chart 3543. This chart is referred to
WGS84 Datum.
1:500,000 47 68








NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 25 October 2012

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

728 Scotland East Coast, River Forth, Rosyth.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Forth Ports plc surveys
and details of the new Forth Bridge construction and associated
works.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 5363(P)/11
is cancelled.
1:5,000 7 28

736
INT1546
International Chart Series, Scotland East Coast, Firth of Forth,
Granton and Burntisland to Rosyth.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Forth Ports plc surveys
and details of the new Forth Bridge construction and associated
works.

Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 5363(P)/11
is cancelled.
1:15,000 7 28

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 25 October 2012 (continued)

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

1054 Greece and Turkey, Marmaris to Ka.
360000N. 365300N., 281300E. 295700E.
A Greece and Turkey, Approaches to Nsos Megst.
360426N. 361275N., 293000E. 293936E.
B Turkey, Ka Liman.
361090N. 361204N., 293793E. 293920E.
C Greece Nsos Megst, rmos Kastellorzou.
360860N. 360990N., 293530E. 293656E.

Includes changes to coastline, depths, lights and submarine cables.
The chart limits and limits to plans A , B and C have been revised.
(The title has been changed). The horizontal datum of this chart has
been transferred to WGS84 Datum.
1:150,000

1:50,000

1:15,000

1:15,000
29 48

1119
INT1501
International Chart Series, British Isles, Orkney and Shetland
Islands, Fair Isle Channel.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
surveys and the Laggan Tormore submarine pipeline.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notices 1868(P)/08, 2705(P)/09 and 2074(P)/12.
1:200,000 6 28, 30, 32

1160 England Bristol Channel, Harbours in Somerset and North Devon.
A Lynmouth.
B Porlock.
C Minehead.
D Watchet.
E Lundy.
F Barnstaple and Bideford.
G Ilfracombe.

Includes changes to depths and buoyage from the latest British
Government, Ilfracombe Harbour Authority and Trinity House
surveys.

1:20,000
1:20,000
1:20,000
1:20,000
1:25,000
1:25,000
1:12,500
2 20

1233
INT1500
International Chart Series, British Isles, Northern Approaches to the
Shetland Islands.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government
surveys and the Laggan Tormore submarine pipeline.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notices 2705(P)/09, 1266(P)/11 and 2074(P)/12.
1:200,000 6 28, 30, 32

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

Admiralty Charts published 25 October 2012 (continued)

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

2626 Mexico East Coast, Bay of Campeche.

Includes new IMO-adopted routeing measures, changes to depths,
coastline, anchorages and lights. The horizontal datum of this chart
has been transferred to WGS84 Datum.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notice 4642(P)/12.

CAUTION NEW ROUTEING MEASURES -
NEED TO RETAIN PREVIOUS EDITION OF THIS CHART

The routeing information and associated anchorage areas shown
on this chart incorporates the changes scheduled for
implementation at 0000 UTC 1 December 2012. The previous
edition of this chart should continue to be used until these changes
are implemented. The chart number of the previous edition (dated
5 January 2012) is to be changed to X2626. It will be updated
independently and withdrawn shortly after the implementation
date.

Note: Chart X2626 should be added to the list of Charts affected
by Notice 4642(P)/12.

Note: Copies of the previous chart can be obtained, until
1 December 2012, by ordering X2626.
1:312,000 83 122

3173 Iran and Oman, Strait of Hormuz, Northern Part.

Includes changes to depths, coastline and submarine cables.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notices 1233(P)/12 and 2946(P)/12.
1:125,000 40 62

3849 United States Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Brazos Santiago to
Galveston Bay.

Includes changes to depths, lights, submarine cables, submarine
pipelines, obstructions, wells and wrecks.

Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 4134(T)/12.
1:500,000 83 122

4128 China Hong Kong, Mirs Bay.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Hong Kong surveys.
(A modified reproduction of Hong Kong Chart HK3001).
1:30,000 50 78

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS

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

Chart Published Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2012 Catalogue page

Aus740 24/08/12 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia, Port
Hedland to Port Walcott.
Depuch Island Anchorage.

Includes new shipping fairways and general updating
throughout.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 3893(P)/12. This chart remains affected
by Notices 1537(T)/12 and 4014(T)/12.
1:150,000

1:20,000
63 92

Aus741 24/08/12 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia,
Approaches to Dampier Archipelago.

Includes new shipping fairways and general updating
throughout.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 3893(P)/12. This chart remains affected
by Notice 1537(T)/12.
1:150,000 63 92

Aus 742 24/08/12 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia, Rosemary
Island to Barrow Island.

Includes new shipping fairways and general updating
throughout.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts
affected by Notice 3893(P)/12. This chart remains affected
by Notices 5443(T)/10, 3908(T)/11, 1538(T)/12, 3549(T)/12
and 4475(T)/12.
1:150,000 63 92


Admiralty Publications

NP No. Title and other remarks Date Remarks

NP284 Admiralty List of Radio Signals. Meteorological Observation
Stations.
25/10/2012 Updated to 23/08/2012. First amendments
in NM Week 43/12. The 2011/12 Edition
of NP284 is cancelled.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 15 NOVEMBER 2012

New Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

3567 North Atlantic Ocean, Froyar (Faroe Islands) Northern Part.
615050N. 622500N., 60200W. 74700W.

One of a series of three new metric charts of the Faroe Islands
replacing chart 117. (A modified reproduction of Danish chart 82).
This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.
1:100,000 117 15

3568 North Atlantic Ocean, Froyar (Faroe Islands) Southern Part.
611800N. 615300N., 60200W. 74700W.

One of a series of three new metric charts of the Faroe Islands
replacing chart 117. (A modified reproduction of Danish chart 83).
This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.
1:100,000 117 15

3569 North Atlantic Ocean, Plans in Froyar (Faroe Islands).
A Trshavn (Thorshavn).
620007N. 620062N., 64526W. 64680W.
B Nlsoyarfjrur (Nols Fjord).
615795N. 620220N., 64010W. 64700W.
C Sandsvgur (Sandsfjord).
614775N. 615050N., 64465W. 64950W.
D Trongisvgur (Trongisvaag).
613110N. 613385N., 64274W. 65080W.
E Vgsfjrur (Vaag Fjord).
612645N. 612942N., 64035W. 65030W.

One of a series of three new metric charts of the Faroe Islands.
Providing improved coverage of the ports of Trshavn and
approaches, Sandsvgur, Trongisvgur and Vgsfjrur on the
withdrawal of chart 3557. (A modified reproduction of Danish
chart 86). This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.

1:5,000

1:20,000

1:20,000

1:20,000

1:20,000
3557 15




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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 15 NOVEMBER 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

134 England East Coast, River Tees to Scarborough.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Tees and Hartlepool
Port survey. Also includes changes to Tees Bay Wind Farm.
1:75,000 134 7

152
INT1549
International Chart Series, England East Coast, River Tyne to
River Tees.

Includes changes to depths from the latest British Government and
Tees and Hartlepool Port surveys. Also includes changes to Tees
Bay Wind Farm.
1:75,000 152
INT1549
7

1205 Italy Sardegna, Oristano and Approaches.
Oristano.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new
restricted area and changes to entry prohibited area, beacons and
buoyage.
1:40,000
1:20,000
1205 25

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

Includes changes to the Regulated Area within Arcipelago di La
Maddalena. (A modified reproduction of INT3350 published by
France).
1:50,000
1:50,000
1213
INT3350
25

2566
INT1552
International Chart Series, England East Coast, Tees and
Hartlepool Bays.
A Tees Bay.
B Continuation of River Tees.
C Hartlepool Bay.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to the Tees Bay Wind Farm.


1:20,000
1:20,000
1:10,000
2566
INT1552
7

2567 England East Coast, Approaches to Tees Bay.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes
to the Tees Bay Wind Farm.
1:30,000 2567 7

3316 Black Sea Russia, Novorossiysk.
443460N. 444500N., 373480E. 375700E.

Includes changes to depths and general updating throughout. The
chart limits have been revised and the chart is now referred to
WGS84 Datum.
1:30,000 3316 31

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series.


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 15 NOVEMBER 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

4249 Chile, Baha San Vicente.

Includes a complete revision of depths and new port installations.
(A modified reproduction of Chilean chart 6112). This chart is now
referred to WGS84 compatible datum, SIRGAS Datum.
1:10,000 4249 98


New Editions of Admiralty Leisure Folios


Chart



Title and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN


SC5617
2
nd
Edition
Scotland East Coast, Fife Ness to Inverness and
the Caledonian Canal.
SC5617
1
st
Edition



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

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

5617.3 Gourdon to Stonehaven. 1:75,000

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

5617.5 Peterhead to Fraserburgh. 1:75,000

5617.6 Fraserburgh to Banff. 1:75,000

5617.7 Banff to Buckie. 1:75,000

5617.8 Lossiemouth to Tarbat Ness. 1:75,000

5617.9 Approaches to Inverness Firth. 1:75,000

5617.10 Entrance to Inverness Firth. 1:20,000

5617.11 Inverness Firth Northern Part. 1:20,000

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

B Entrance to River Ness. 1:5,000

5617.13 Approaches to River Tay. 1:25,000

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

5617.15 A Montrose Harbour. 1:7,500

B Arbroath Harbour. 1:12,500

C Stonehaven Harbour. 1:12,500

5617.16 Aberdeen Harbour. 1:7,500

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

B Banff and Macduff. 1:20,000

C Fraserburgh. 1:6,250

5617.18 Harbours on the East Coast of Scotland. -

A Buckie. 1:10,000

B Lossiemouth. 1:6,250

C Hopeman. 1:6,250

D Burghead. 1:6,250

E Nairn. 1:6,250


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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 15 NOVEMBER 2012

New Editions of Admiralty Leisure Folios (continued)





Title and other remarks

Scale



5617.19 Caledonian Canal Northern Part and Inverness. -

A Inverness. 1:5,000

B Inverness to Urquhart Bay. 1:75,000

C Loch Dochfour. 1:12,500

D Loch Ness Urquhart Bay. 1:12,500

5617.20 Caledonian Canal Central Part.

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

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

C Fort Augustus. 1:12,500

D Loch Oich. 1:15,000

5617.21 Caledonian Canal Southern Part. -

A Laggan Locks to Corpach. 1:75,000

B Loch Lochy Laggan Locks. 1:12,500

C Loch Lochy Gairlochy Locks. 1:25,000

D Fort William. 1:25,000

E Entrance to Caledonian Canal. 1:6,250


A New Edition of Leisure Chart Folio SC5617. All sheets have been
fully updated for New Editions and Notices to Mariners affecting
source charts.







CHARTS TO BE AVAILABLE 15 NOVEMBER 2012

New Editions

Reproductions of Japan Coast Guard Charts
(Publication dates of these charts reflect the dates shown on the Japan Coast Guard Charts)


Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale
Charts to be
WITHDRAWN

Folio

JP95 Nippon Honshu - South Coast, Northern Part of Ise Wan.

Includes changes to depths and fish havens in the approaches to
Yokkaichi and Nagoya.
1:50,000 JP95 53

JP150C Nippon Seto Naikai, Kii Suido.

Includes changes to depths and fish havens.
1:80,000 JP150C 54

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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

728 Scotland East Coast, River Forth, Rosyth. 728

736
INT1546
International Chart Series, Scotland East Coast, Firth of Forth,
Granton and Burntisland to Rosyth.
736
INT1546

1054 Turkey South Coast, Marmaris to Ka. 1054

1119
INT1501
International Chart Series, British Isles, Orkney and Shetland Islands,
Fair Isle Channel.
1119
INT1501

1160 England Bristol Channel, Harbours in Somerset and North Devon. 1160

1233
INT1500
International Chart Series, British Isles, Northern Approaches to the
Shetland Islands.
1233
INT1500

3173 Iran and Oman, Strait of Hormuz, Northern Part. 3173

3543 South China Sea, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, Singapore to
Pulau Redang.

Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by
Notices 5165(P)/08, 3952(P)/09, 3959(P)/09, 661(P)/10, 5461(P)/11
and 706(T)/12.
2422

3849 United States Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Brazos Santiago to Galveston
Bay.
3849

4128 China Hong Kong, Mirs Bay. 4128

Aus740 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia, Port Hedland to
Port Walcott.
Aus740

Aus741 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia, Approaches to
Dampier Archipelago.
Aus741

Aus 742 Australia North West Coast, Western Australia, Rosemary Island to
Barrow Island.
Aus 742






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REVISED UK RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICES UK (RRP)
Admiralty Charts and Publications Revised Retail Prices 1 November 2012

Costs associated with production and distribution have been reviewed and the following revised UK RRP* will be effective from
1 November 2012.
This price increase only refers to the products listed below.
Revised UK (RRP)*
Navigational Charts:

Standard Nautical Charts numbered 1 to 4999, including
International Charts, and UKHO reproductions of
Australian, New Zealand and Japanese Charts.


23.30 each


Thematic Charts: Instructional Charts. 5.05 each
Meteorological Charts. 5.05 each
Tidal Charts, Anti-Piracy Planning Chart, Routeing Charts,
Gnomonic Charts, Hydrographic Practice and Symbols, UK
Practice and Exercise Charts, Magnetic Variation Charts,
Territorial Sea Baseline Charts, Bathymetric Charts and
Miscellaneous Thematic Charts.

11.55 each

Admiralty Mariners Routeing Guides and Admiralty
Maritime Security Charts.


23.30
Reference Publications: Mariner's Handbook. NP100 56.05
IALA Maritime Buoyage System. NP735 7.30
Paper Chart Maintenance Record. NP133A 28.00
Catalogue of Admiralty Charts and Publications. NP131 27.15
Symbols and Abbreviations used on Admiralty Charts. NP5011 11.55
Admiralty Guide to ENC Symbols used in ECDIS NP5012 20.00
Admiralty Guide to the Practical Use of ENCs NP231 50.00
How to Keep your Admiralty Products Up-to-Date. NP294 11.55
Folio cover for charts. NP713 23.30
Ships Boats charts. NP727 43.20


Routeing and Voyage
Planning Publications:
Ocean Passages for the World. NP136 57.30
Admiralty Distance Tables. NP350(1), (2), (3) 29.30 each
Admiralty Sailing Directions. NP1-NP72 56.05 each
Admiralty List of Lights. NP74-NP85 29.90 each
Supplements (Sailing Directions & Distance Tables). 7.60
Admiralty List of Radio Signals. NP281(1) & (2), NP282,
NP283(1) & (2), NP285,
NP286(1)-(7)
42.65 each
ALRS Volume 4, Meteorological Observation Stations. NP284 28.65


Tidal Publications: Admiralty Manual of Tides. NP120 28.00
Admiralty Tidal Handbook. NP122(1)-(3) 12.75 each
Admiralty Tide Tables. NP201-NP204 28.00 each
Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlases. NP209, NP218-NP222,
NP233, NP249-NP257,
NP263-NP265, NP337
10.30 each
Co-Tidal Atlases. NP214 & NP215 10.30 each
Tidal Harmonic Constants (European Waters). NP160 11.55 each
Dover, times of High Water and mean ranges. NP164 1.40



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REVISED UK RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICES UK (RRP) (continued)
Admiralty Charts and Publications Revised Retail Prices 1 November 2012

Costs associated with production and distribution have been reviewed and the following revised UK RRP* will be effective from
1 November 2012.
This price increase only refers to the products listed below.
Revised UK (RRP)*
Celestial Publications: The Nautical Almanac. NP314 40.10
Rapid Sight Reduction Tables. NP303(1)-(3) 30.60 each
Astronomical Charts, Plotting Diagrams and Sheets. 7.30 each
Star Finder and Identifier. NP323 12.75
The Star Almanac for Land Surveyors. NP321 18.25
The Astronomical Almanac. GP100 50.35
Astronomical Phenomena. GP200 11.55


Notices to Mariners: Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners. NP247(1), (2) 5.75 each
Weekly Notices to Mariners. 2.20 each
Cumulative List of Notices to Mariners. NP234A/B 2.55 each


For Digital Products and Services pricing, please visit www.ukho.gov.uk
*UK RRP means UK Recommended Retail Price in Sterling (GB Pounds) and excluding local taxes (where applicable).








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ADMIRALTY VECTOR CHART SERVICE AND ECDIS SERVICE

Admiralty Vector Chart Service and ECDIS Base CDs will be reissued in Week 45/12, 8 November 2012.

Latest Issue Dates of the Admiralty Vector Chart Service and ECDIS Base CDs is Week 36/12, 6 September 2012.

DISPLAY ANOMALIES IN SOME ECDIS.

A number of ECDIS operating anomalies have been identified, including the discovery that some models of some ECDIS equipment might
not, under certain circumstances, display all navigationally significant features or activate appropriate alarms. Due to the complex nature of
ECDIS, and in particular because it involves a mix of hardware, software and data, it is possible that further anomalies may exist.

The two documents identified below contain comprehensive explanations of the types of anomalies which might be encountered, along with
advice and guidance on remedial action.

All mariners are advised to obtain both of these two documents direct from their respective web sites:

1. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) Circular SN.1/Circ.312 available at -
http://www.imo.org/OURWORK/CIRCULARS/PAGES/IMODOCS.aspx (registration required).

2. United Kingdom Marine Information Note (MIN) 445 (M+F) available at - http://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/mcga07-
home/newsandpublications/mcga-publications.htm (registration not required). This document also contains IMO Circular SN.1/Circ.312 at its
Annexes.

All mariners are also strongly encouraged to use the IHO check dataset which is designed to highlight those ECDIS that are unable to
display the IMO approved chart features and those that may show the anomalous display and alarm behaviour. A copy of the IHO check
dataset is included as part of the Admiralty Vector Chart Service product to help the mariner.




ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERVICE LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS


RC

Last issue date

Reissue Date

RC1

9
th
August 2012


RC2

30
th
August 2012


RC3

27
th
September 2012


RC4

11
th
October 2012


RC5

23
rd
February 2012
22
nd
November 2012

RC6

13
th
September 2012

RC7

28
th
June 2012


RC8
10
th
November 2011
20
th
December 2012

RC9
12
th
July 2012


RC10
8
th
March 2012 6
th
December 2012

RC11

25
th
October 2012


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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX
(1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 2.7
(2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 2.10
(3) North Russia, Norway, The Froe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11 2.12
(4) Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12 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
(7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 2.20
(9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21
(10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21 2.22
(12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22 2.23
(13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.23 2.24
(14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.26 2.28
(15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.29 2.30
(16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.30
(17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.30 2.31
(18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32 2.34
(19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.35
(20) Pacific Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.35 2.37
(21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.37
(22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.37
(23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.38
(25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.38
(26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.39 2.43
(27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.44 2.52
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
4711(T)/12 2.44 2
4712(T)/12 2.47 66
4713(T)/12 2.48 66
4714(T)/12 2.49 66
4715(T)/12 2.49 66
4716(T)/12 2.49 66
4717(T)/12 2.50 66
4718(T)/12 2.50 66
4719(T)/12 2.50 66
4720(P)/12 2.51 63
4721(T)/12 2.52 63
4722(T)/12 2.52 65
4723(T)/12 2.52 65
4724 2.29 55
4725 2.29 55
4726 2.29 53
4727 2.29 53
4728 2.29 53
4729 2.30 53
4730 2.30 53
4731(T)/12 2.45 55
4732(T)/12 2.45 53
4733 2.26 47
4734 2.26 47
4735 2.37 91
4736 2.39 81
4737* 2.7 16
4738 2.32 66
4739 2.18 29
4740 2.32 65
4741 2.32 66
4742 2.32 65
4743 2.39 81
4744* 2.8 7
4745 2.12 11
4746 2.37 89
4747 2.40 79
4748 2.12 10
4749 2.11 13
4750 2.26 50
4751 2.27 47
4752 2.27 47
4753 2.22 43
4754 2.18 25
4755 2.19 29
4756 2.27 47
4757 2.35 70
4758 2.36 68
4759 2.23 45
4760 2.12 10
4761 2.27 47
4762 2.38 95
4763 2.13 10
4764 2.11 13
4765* 2.8 2
4766 2.13 10
4767 2.13 10
4768 2.40 81
4769 2.40 81
4770 2.40 81
4771 2.40 81
4772* 2.19 18
4773* 2.8 3
4774 2.13 10
4775 2.28 50
4776* 2.8 3
4777 2.37 74
4778* 2.9 1
4779* 2.9 5
4780 2.12 14
4781(P)/12 2.44 43
4782(P)/12 2.44 10
4783(T)/12 2.52 71
4784* 2.9 7
4785 2.21 34
4786 2.12 12
4787 2.35 71, 72
4788 2.19 24
4789 2.14 10
4790 2.41 79, 80
4791(T)/12 2.46 52
4792* 2.10 7
4793 2.30 46
4794 2.24 46
4795 2.20 31
4796 2.38 86, 88
4797 2.31 59
4798 2.14 10
4799 2.14 10
4800 2.28 47
4801(P)/12 2.45 43
4802* 2.10 7
4803* 2.24 45
4804* 2.31 48
4805 2.18 16
4806 2.21 32
4807 2.30 52
4808 2.41 81
4809 2.41 81
4810* 2.21 40
4811 2.22 40
4812 2.42 79
4813 2.20 28
4814 2.15 9
4815 2.42 79
4816 2.16 9
4817* 2.17 6, 7
4818 2.18 17
4819 2.15 10
4820 2.15 10
4821 2.38 87
4822 2.43 81
4823 2.17 9
4824 2.33 63
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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS
Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio
4825 2.33 65, 66
4826 2.35 71
4827 2.33 63
4828 2.23 35, 64
4829 2.34 63
4830 2.34 65
4831 2.34 65
4832 2.28 52
4833 2.34 65
4834 2.62.7 28, 29, 30, 45, 47, 48, 55
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
84 4801P
90 4801P
144 4772
236 4834
253 4806
262 4806
278 4817
321 4753
343 4751
371 4821
396 4796
432 4762
441 4757
497 4739
538 4753, 4781P
733 4784
744 4757
745 4757
792 4759
814 4753
831 4798
836 4799
858 4766
896 4807
902 4767
933 4793
1027 4746
1055 4834
1099 4834
1154 4818
1169 4711T, 4765
1184 4788
1193 4754
1270 4791T
1276 4796
1293 4797
1321 4785
1338 4804
1347 4834
1371 4834
1378 4777
1388 4725
1409 4817
1448 4772
1494 4758
1522 4755
1534 4802
1535 4802
1543 4802
1660 4757
1673 4757
1674 4757
1792 4750
1875 4816
1975 4792
2056 4793, 4794
2070 4813
2109 4804
2113 4820
2126 4773
2163 4776
2182B 4817
2182C 4817
2199 4773
2200 4795
2201 4795
2203 4795
2239 4760
2251 4789
2268 4778
2278 4763
2288 4819
2302 4745
2356 4805
2360 4782P
2369 4819
2370 4774
2403 4834
2409 4775
2414 4761, 4834
2443 4810
2444 4810
2456 4822
2476 4779
2523 4811
2653 4832
2654 4832
2688 4819
2691 4757
2754 4771
2755 4736
2785 4794
2798 4773
2807 4770
2810 4769
2818 4768
2837 4810, 4811
2844 4789
2845 4737
2856 4782P
2857 4748, 4782P
2862 4794
2869 4834
2870 4834
2886 4811
2887 4811
2889 4810
2963 4780
3178 4810
3204 4736
3232 4775
3345 4805
3349 4752
3445 4800, 4834
3446 4834
3447 4834
3451 4809
3456 4743
3458 4736
3459 4736
3482 4761, 4834
3535 4749
3542 4834
3555 4764
3556 4764
3617 4816
3619 4823
3631 4814
3632 4814
3688 4808
3712 4786
3729 4793
3741 4744
3750 4792
3890 4756
3989 4734
3991 4734
3992 4733
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED
Admiralty Chart No. Notices Admiralty Chart No. Notices
4030 4803
4031 4803
4032 4803
4038 4803
4039 4803
4040 4803
4070 4828
4400 4796
4402 4796
4632 4757
4638 4757
4643 4825
4708 4828
4723 4824
4756 4790
4758 4790
4765 4747
4788 4815
4789 4812
4921 4735
4923 4735
4928 4735
Australian
Chart No.
Notices
Aus 4 4720P
Aus 62 4829
Aus 130 4742
Aus 138 4742
Aus 143 4831
Aus 144 4722T
Aus 151 4830
Aus 152 4830
Aus 154 4723T
Aus 155 4723T, 4831
Aus 158 4722T
Aus 207 4712T
Aus 208 4712T
Aus 235 4713T
Aus 236 4713T
Aus 237 4713T
Aus 238 4713T
Aus 244 4714T, 4715T
Aus 245 4714T, 4715T, 4716T,
4717T, 4738
Aus 250 4718T
Aus 292 4719T
Aus 293 4719T
Aus 299 4719T
Aus 301 4720P
Aus 309 4721T
Aus 328 4824
Aus 347 4833
Aus 722 4721T
Aus 743 4827
Aus 777 4740
Aus 813 4825
Aus 814 4713T
Aus 815 4713T
Aus 819 4717T
Aus 835 4741
Aus 839 4741
Admiralty Chart No. Notices
New Zealand
Chart No.
Notices
NZ 52 4826
NZ 463 4787
NZ 521 4826
NZ 4633 4783T
NZ 5214 4826
NZ 6153 4787
Japanese
Chart No.
Notices
JP 66 4726, 4728
JP 139 4731T
JP 1030 4724
JP 1055A 4727, 4729
JP 1056 4732T
JP 1247A 4730
International
Chart No.
Notices
INT 70 4828
INT 400 4796
INT 402 4796
INT 550 4761, 4834
INT 632 4757
INT 638 4757
INT 643 4825
INT 708 4828
INT 723 4824
INT 1041 4817
INT 1042 4817
INT 1162 4760
INT 1288 4819
INT 1316 4766
INT 1334 4767
INT 1355 4774
INT 1452 4823
INT 1456 4816
INT 1461 4814
INT 1462 4814
INT 1504 4817
INT 1548 4784
INT 1558 4802
INT 1559 4802
INT 1571 4744
INT 1761 4789
INT 1768 4799
INT 1769 4798
INT 1853 4818
INT 3180 4754
INT 5355 4807
INT 5363 4791T
INT 6856 4757
INT 7017 4810, 4811
INT 7115 4806
INT 7211 4810
INT 7226 4810
INT 7232 4811
INT 7238 4810
INT 7239 4810
INT 7243 4811
INT 7250 4811
INT 7416 4753
INT 7418 4753, 4781P
INT 7428 4801P
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4834 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
236 4340/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, 1054, joining:
36 2520N., 29 5700E. (S limit of plan)
35 5980N., 29 5700E.
35 5980N., 28 1300E.
36 5300N., 28 1300E.
36 5300N., 29 2320E. (W limit of plan)
Delete former magenta limit and chart reference, 1054 (see Note - POSITIONS), in the
following positions:
Delete note, CHART 1054 : POSITIONS, centred on 35 2195N., 30 3013E.
1055 4340/12 Amend reference in E border at latitude 36 4150N. to read, Adjoining Chart 1054.
Delete note, CHART 1054: POSITIONS, outside N border, E of CHART ACCURACY
note.
1099 4340/12 Insert magenta limit and chart reference number, 1054, as follows:
Delete former magenta limit and chart reference, 1054 (see Note - POSITIONS), in
position 36 5300N., 28 1385E.
Delete note, CHART 1054: POSITIONS, centred on 34 3449N., 28 1103E.
1347 4384/12 Insert magenta limits and chart number, JP1162A, as follows:
and
Insert magenta limit and chart number, JP1162B, as follows:
Delete magenta limits and chart number, 1342, in the following positions:
1371 3855/09 Replace existing note, CHART 2869: POSITIONS, with accompanying note, CHARTS
2422 AND 2869: POSITIONS, centred on 3 477N., 105 259E.
2403 4150/12 Replace existing note, CHART 3543: POSITIONS, with accompanying note, CHARTS
1358 AND 3947: POSITIONS, centred on 1 435N., 103 357E.
36 5300N., 28 1385E.
36 0076N., 29 5652E.
North: 36 5300N. East: -
South: 35 5980N. West: 28 1300E.
North: 36 4999N. East: 137 0668E.
South: 36 4653N. West: 137 0243E.
North: 36 4805N. East: 137 1460E.
South: 36 4458N. West: 137 1228E.
North: 36 5025N. East: 137 0985E.
South: 36 4500N. West: 137 0523E.
36 4990N., 137 0823E.
36 4538N., 137 0570E.
36 4795N., 137 1165E.
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2414 4761/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, 2422, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 3543, in the following positions:
2869 3017/12 Insert reference, Adjoining Chart 2422, in W border at latitude 3 100N.
Delete reference, Adjoining Chart 3543 (see Note - POSITIONS), in W border at latitude
3 350N.
Delete note, CHART 3543: POSITIONS, centred on 4 178N., 104 209E.
2870 1711/12 Insert reference, Adjoining Chart 2422, in N border at longitude 105 100E.
3445 4800/12 Delete note, CHART 3543: POSITIONS, centred on 2 126N., 103 227E.
3446 4156/12 Replace existing note, CHARTS 1374 and 3543: POSITIONS, with accompanying note,
CHART 1374: POSITIONS, centred on 4 305N., 103 020E.
3447 4599/10 Delete note, CHART 3543: POSITIONS, centred on 5 369N., 102 045E.
3482
INT 550
4761/12 Insert magenta limit and chart number, 2422, as follows:
Delete magenta limit and chart number, 3543, in position 5 590N., 105 350E.
3542 3016/12 Amend reference in S border at longitude 103 350E. to read, Adjoining Chart 2422
(see Note - POSITIONS).
Replace existing note, CHARTS 66, 3446, 3447 AND 3961: POSITIONS, with
accompanying note, CHARTS 66, 2422, 3446, 3447 AND 3961: POSITIONS, centred
on 5 444N., 100 000E.
4737* CHANNEL ISLANDS - Alderney - Braye - Braye Jetty - Depths. Pier. Light. Buoy.
Light List Vol. A, 2012/13, 1539
Source: Braye Harbour
Note: Former Notice 273(P)/09 is cancelled.
Chart 2845 [ previous update 1562/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths, pier,
light and buoy, centred on:
49 43503N., 2 11905W.
4834 MISCELLANEOUS UPDATES TO CHARTS (continued)
Source: UKHO
Chart Previous Update Details
North: 5 580N. East: 105 400E.
South: 1 180N. West: 102 408E.
5 580N., 105 345E.
1 170N., 102 445E.
North: 5 580N. East: 105 400E.
South: 1 180N. West: -
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4744* ENGLAND - East Coast - River Blackwater - West Mersea Southwards - Mersea Quarters - Buoy.
Wreck.
Source: Trinity House
Chart 3741 (INT 1571) [ previous update 2759/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete

Q.R
(a) 51 4591N., 0 5487E.

Wk, close SSW of:


(a) above
4765* WALES - South Coast - Nash Point Westwards - Nash Passage - Depths.
Source: Trinity House
Chart 1169 [ previous update 4199/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 0
8
and extend 2m contour SE to enclose
(a) 51 2418N., 3 3432W.
Delete depth 1
7
, close NW of:
(a) above
4773* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Kintyre South-eastwards - Sanda Sound - Buoy.
Source: Oceanflow Development Ltd
Chart 2126 (plan, Sanda Island) [ previous update 4031/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.5s
55 1817N., 5 3586W.
Chart 2126 [ previous update 4031/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.5s
55 1817N., 5 3586W.
Chart 2199 [ previous update 3918/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.5s
55 1817N., 5 3586W.
Chart 2798 [ previous update 3919/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Fl.Y.5s
55 1817N., 5 3586W.
4776* IRELAND - North East Coast - Lough Neagh - Ardmore Point North-westwards - Beacon.
Source: Norman Emerson Group Ltd
Chart 2163 [ previous update New Edition 30/09/2004 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

54 3155N., 6 2665W.
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4778* ENGLAND - South Coast - Portland Inner Harbour - Legend. Cautionary note.
Source: Portland Harbour Authority
Chart 2268 [ previous update 4577/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Amend legend to, MARINA ACCESS ROUTE (see Note), centred on:
50 3540N., 2 2675W.
Replace the existing note, FAIRWAY, with the accompanying note,
MARINA ACCESS ROUTE, centred on:
50 3683N., 2 2752W.
4779* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Islay - Port Ellen - Harbour limit. Legend. Light-beacon. Buoy. Works.
Light List Vol. A, 2012/13, 4249.5
Source: Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited
Chart 2476 (plan C, Port Ellen) [ previous update 4167/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert harbour limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) 55 37475N., 6 11411W.
(shore)
(b) 55 37216N., 6 12686W.
(shore)
legend, CalMac Harbour Limit, along:
(a)-(b) above
Amend Sgeir nan Rn light-beacon to, Q.R.3M
(c) 55 37620N., 6 11601W.
Replace

Fl.G.3s with

Q.G
55 37560N., 6 11435W.
Delete legend, Works in progress (2011), close S of:
(c) above
4784* SCOTLAND - East Coast - Firth of Forth - Braefoot Terminal - Light.
Light List Vol. A, 2012/13, 2915.5
Source: Northern Lighthouse Board
Chart 733 (INT 1548) [ previous update New Edition 30/12/2010 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Delete

Q.Y (occas) PA
56 02190N., 3 18810W.
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4792* ENGLAND - East Coast - River Crouch and Approaches and Ray Sand Channel Southwards - Buoyage.
Cautionary note. Legends.
Source: Crouch Harbour Authority
Chart 1975 [ previous update 4312/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Raysand North
51 4070N., 0 5950E.

Raysand Middle
51 4000N., 0 5950E.

Raysand
51 3910N., 0 5950E.
Delete

51 3909N., 0 5873E.
note, BUOYAGE CHANGES, centred on:
51 4755N., 1 0267E.
legend, Buoyage Changes (see Note), centred on:
51 4062N., 1 0806E.
51 3960N., 1 0259E.
51 3797N., 0 5717E.
Chart 3750 [ previous update 4452/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Raysand North
51 4070N., 0 5950E.

Raysand Middle
51 4000N., 0 5950E.

Raysand
51 3910N., 0 5950E.
Delete

51 3909N., 0 5873E.
legend, BUOYAGE CHANGES (see Note), centred on:
51 3940N., 1 0044E.
51 3717N., 0 5246E.
note, BUOYAGE CHANGES, centred on:
51 3350N., 1 0109E.
4802* ENGLAND - East Coast - Approaches to Great Yarmouth - Holm Channel - Depths.
Source: mv Seabeam
Chart 1534 (INT 1558) [ previous update New Edition 15/03/2012 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 12
5
and extend 15m contour N to enclose
52 3295N., 1 4864E.
Chart 1535 (INT 1559) [ previous update 4200/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 12
5
and extend 15m contour N to enclose
52 3295N., 1 4864E.
Chart 1543 [ previous update 4122/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert depth 12
5

(a) 52 3295N., 1 4864E.
Delete depth 13
2
, close SE of:
(a) above
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4749 NORWAY - South Coast - Langy Sndre, Eikvg Northwards and North-eastwards, Birkenesbukta, Viga
and Indre Bugdy - Reported anchorages.
Source: Norwegian Hydrographic Service
Chart 3535 [ previous update 3985/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete
'

58 0397N., 6 5297E.
58 0428N., 6 4866E.
58 0447N., 6 4867E.
58 0464N., 6 4933E.
58 0510N., 6 5160E.
58 0507N., 6 5292E.
58 0483N., 6 5510E.
4764 NORWAY - West Coast - Approaches to Bergen - Herdlefjorden - Restricted area.
Cautionary note.
Source: Norwegian Chart 23
Chart 3555 [ previous update 4434/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
60 3162N., 5 0431E. (shore)
60 3223N., 5 0492E. (shore)
and
60 3088N., 5 0734E. (shore)
60 3080N., 5 0775E.
60 3160N., 5 0860E.
60 3167N., 5 0833E. (shore)
Replace the existing note with the accompanying note, RESTRICTED
AREA, centred on:
60 3620N., 5 1670E.
Delete
former limit of restricted area,

, joining:
60 3150N., 5 0560E. (shore)
60 3190N., 5 0560E.
60 3190N., 5 0600E.
60 3140N., 5 0600E. (shore)
Chart 3556 [ previous update 4434/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
60 3162N., 5 0431E. (shore)
60 3223N., 5 0492E. (shore)
Replace the existing note with the accompanying note, RESTRICTED
AREA, centred on:
60 4720N., 4 2920E.
Delete
former limit of restricted area,

, joining:
60 3150N., 5 0560E. (shore)
60 3190N., 5 0560E.
60 3190N., 5 0600E.
60 3140N., 5 0600E. (shore)
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4780 RUSSIA - Arctic Coast - Yeniseyskiy Zaliv - Ostrov Dikson Westwards and Southwards and Bukhta Dikson -
Obstruction. Depths. Restricted area.
Source: ENC RU4P9PT0
Chart 2963 (plan, Port Dikson and Approaches) [ previous update 3164/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Obstn
(a) 73 2977N., 80 1240E.
depth 13
(b) 73 2723N., 80 1880E.
Delete depth 16, close W of:
(a) above
depth 18, adjacent to
(b) above
limit of restricted area, anchoring prohibited, joining:
73 3075N., 80 2735E. (shore)
73 2935N., 80 2735E. (shore)
4786 NORWAY - South Coast - Drammen - Dramsfjorden - Tangenrenna East-north-eastwards - Depths.
Source: Norwegian Chart 472
Chart 3712 (plan B, Drammen) [ previous update 4166/12 ] ED50 DATUM
Insert depth 10
5
with seabed type, R
(a) 59 43985N., 10 14641E.
Delete depth 12, adjacent to:
(a) above
4745 GULF OF BOTHNIA - Finland - Kemi South-westwards - Depth.
Source: Finnish Chart 60
Chart 2302 [ previous update New Edition 30/08/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 23
65 1951N., 23 5199E.
4748 SWEDEN - South Coast - Approaches to Karlskrona - Yttre redden Southwards - Buoyage.
Source: UKHO
Note: Certain copies only.
Chart 2857 [ previous update 4313/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

with

QR
56 0474N., 15 3364E.
Delete

QR
56 0474N., 15 3464E.
4760 LATVIA - Approaches to R
-
ga - K
-
psala Eastwards - Depths.
Source: Latvian Chart 2103
Chart 2239 (INT 1162) [ previous update 3906/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 9
1

(a) 56 5726N., 24 0580E.
depth 9
5

(b) 56 5721N., 24 0558E.
depth 9
(c) 56 5716N., 24 0578E.
Replace depth 8
7
with depth 9
2

56 5737N., 24 0562E.
Delete depth 5
4
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 7
2
, close WNW of:
(b) above
depth 6
4
, close W of:
(c) above
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4763 RUSSIA - Baltic Sea Coast - Kaliningrad - Ostrov Kosse Westwards - Buoy.
Source: Russian Notice 40/5897/12
Chart 2278 (plan E, Kaliningrad) [ previous update 779/12 ] PULKOVO 1942 DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
54 42420N., 20 27848E.
4766 SWEDEN - West Coast - Approaches to Gteborg - Kpstads Eastwards - Sillfarsh Northwards -
Depth.
Source: ENC SE5HI7LB
Chart 858 (INT 1316) [ previous update 4541/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 12
6

(a) 57 3798N., 11 4976E.
Delete depth 21, adjacent to:
(a) above
4767 DENMARK - Islands - Kbenhavns Havn - Kalvebod Brygge Eastwards and Teglvrkshavnen - Restricted
areas.
Source: Danish Chart Corrections 38/332-333/12
Chart 902 (INT 1334) [ previous update 3211/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, and
associated legend, (marked), centred on:
55 3996N., 12 3427E.
55 3902N., 12 3270E.
4774 GERMANY - Baltic Coast - Breitling South-westwards and Unterwarnow - Buoyage.
Source: German Notice 39/(16)1672/12
Chart 2370 (INT 1355) (plan B, Marienehe to Stadthafen) [ previous update 3352/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend 42 light-buoy to, Q.R
54 0718N., 12 0580E.
Replace

IQ.G.13s 57/M 1 with

Q.G 57/M 1
54 0726N., 12 0574E.
Chart 2370 (INT 1355) [ previous update 3352/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend WW 1 light-buoy to, Oc(2)G.9s
54 0970N., 12 0582E.
27 light-buoy to, Q.G
54 0967N., 12 0607E.
29 light-buoy to, Q.G
54 0957N., 12 0601E.
38 light-buoy to, Q.R
54 0752N., 12 0581E.
53 light-buoy to, Q.G
54 0752N., 12 0577E.
42 light-buoy to, Q.R
54 0718N., 12 0580E.
Replace

IQ.G.13s 57/M 1 with

Q.G 57/M 1
54 0726N., 12 0574E.
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4789 SWEDEN - East Coast - land - Sandvik - Lights. Legend.
Light List Vol. C, 2012/13, 7326, 7326.1
Source: Swedish Notice 419/8167/12
Chart 2251 [ previous update 4254/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Ldg Q.R & Oc.R.6s
57 0435N., 16 5130E.
Chart 2844 (INT 1761) (plan B, Sandvik) [ previous update New Edition 31/03/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc R 6s
57 04252N., 16 51400E.
light to, Q R
57 04248N., 16 51325E.
legend to, Q R & Oc R

084-264, centred on:


57 04235N., 16 50850E.
Chart 2844 (INT 1761) [ previous update New Edition 31/03/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Q R & Oc R 6s
57 0425N., 16 5140E.
legend to, Q R & Oc R

084-264, centred on:


57 0420N., 16 4980E.
4798 SWEDEN - East Coast - Nmd Northwards - Kckskr Westwards - Rock.
Source: Swedish Notice 419/8160/12
Chart 831 (INT 1769) [ previous update 3931/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

and extend 3m contour NW to enclose


59 130N., 18 424E.
4799 SWEDEN - East Coast - Mysingen South-eastwards - St Persholmen Eastwards - Buoyage.
Source: Swedish Notice 419/8179/12
Chart 836 (INT 1768) [ previous update 4202/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

with

Fl R 3s
58 5842N., 18 1962E.

with

Fl(2) G 6s
58 5841N., 18 1961E.
Delete

58 5826N., 18 1961E.
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4819 POLAND - Gulf of Gda!sk - Gdynia Eastwards, Gda!sk Northwards and Eastwards - Automatic
Identification Systems.
Light List Vol. C, 2012/13, 3082.4
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: (39/12)
Source: ENCs PL4P3015, PL4P3030 & PL4P4515
Chart 2288 [ previous update 3555/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 279N., 18 420E.
54 321N., 18 398E.
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 302N., 18 399E.
Chart 2369 [ previous update 3410/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 2790N., 18 4200E.
54 3210N., 18 3979E.
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 3020N., 18 3990E.
Chart 2688 (INT 1288) [ previous update 3410/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light
54 2242N., 18 5227E.
Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 2790N., 18 4205E.
54 3205N., 18 3983E.
Delete Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-buoy
54 3070N., 18 3984E.
54 3070N., 18 3500E.
4820 GERMANY - Baltic Coast - Kieler Bucht - Stoller Grund Northwards - Spoil ground.
Source: ENC DE316001
Chart 2113 [ previous update 4640/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of spoil ground, pecked line, joining:
54 3780N., 10 1210E.
54 3780N., 10 1300E.
54 3830N., 10 1300E.
54 3830N., 10 1210E.
4814 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - The Ems - Dukegatplate - Drying heights. Depths.
Source: German Notice 38/(21)90/12
Chart 3631 (INT 1461) [ previous update New Edition 23/08/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert drying height 2
1

(a) 53 2709N., 6 5511E.
Replace depth 4 with depth 0
9
and extend 2m contour NE to enclose
53 2733N., 6 5508E.
Delete drying height 0
9
, close S of:
(a) above
Chart 3632 (INT 1462) [ previous update New Edition 28/06/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert drying height 2
1

(a) 53 2709N., 6 5511E.
depth 0
9
and extend 2m contour NE to enclose
53 2733N., 6 5508E.
Delete drying height 0
9
, close S of:
(a) above
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4816 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - Roter Grund, Minsener Oog Northwards and South-eastwards - Depths.
Buoyage.
Source: German Notice 39/(21)2/12
Chart 1875 [ previous update 4525/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 5
4

(a) 53 5249N., 8 0574E.
Delete depth 7
2
, adjacent to:
(a) above
Chart 3617 (INT 1456) [ previous update 4355/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 5
4

(a) 53 5249N., 8 0574E.
depth 14
8

(b) 53 4847N., 7 5983E.
depth 12
4

(c) 53 4510N., 8 0420E.
depth 13
5

(d) 53 4437N., 8 0428E.
depth 13
3

(e) 53 4391N., 8 0430E.
depth 14
9

(f) 53 4371N., 8 0417E.

Q.R 14
(g) 53 4888N., 7 5731E.

Q.G 19A
53 4689N., 8 0195E.
Replace depth 15
4
with depth 13
4

53 4253N., 8 0485E.
Move

IQ.R.13s 16, from:


53 4841N., 7 5889E.
to:
53 4858N., 7 5898E.

Fl.R.4s 18, from:


53 4829N., 8 0047E.
to:
53 4839N., 8 0056E.

Q.R 20, from:


53 4730N., 8 0231E.
to:
53 4748N., 8 0225E.

Q.G 19, from:


53 4710N., 8 0183E.
to:
53 4735N., 8 0144E.
Delete depth 7
2
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 17
3
, close NW of:
(b) above
depth 13
3
, close SSE of:
(c) above
depth 15
8
, close SSW of:
(d) above
depth 14
3
, adjacent to:
(e) above
depth 15
7
, adjacent to:
(f) above

14, adjacent to:


(g) above
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4817* NORTH SEA - United Kingdom Sector - Buzzard Oil & Gas Field Northwards - Well.
Source: Department of Energy and Climate Change
Chart 278 [ previous update 4139/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
57 5207N., 0 5634W.
Chart 1409 (INT 1504) [ previous update 4424/12 ] ETRS89 DATUM
Insert

Well
57 5207N., 0 5634W.
Chart 2182B (INT 1042) [ previous update 4570/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
57 521N., 0 563W.
Chart 2182C (INT 1041) [ previous update 4657/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
57 521N., 0 563W.
4823 GERMANY - North Sea Coast - The Elbe - Approaches to Cuxhaven - Spitz-sand Westwards -
Depths.
Source: German Notice 38/(21)44/12
Chart 3619 (INT 1452) [ previous update New Edition 06/09/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 0
6

(a) 53 5649N., 8 4050E.
depth 0
8
enclosed by 2m contour and extend 5m contour W to
enclose
(b) 53 5521N., 8 4156E.
depth 0
7

(c) 53 5482N., 8 4212E.
2m contour, joining:
(d) 53 5503N., 8 4210E.
(existing contour)
53 5484N., 8 4205E.
(e) 53 5462N., 8 4249E.
(existing contour)
and
(f) 53 5679N., 8 4029E.
(existing contour)
53 5643N., 8 4045E.
(g) 53 5638N., 8 4111E.
(existing contour)
Delete depth 3
6
, close SE of:
(a) above
depth 7
1
, close S of:
(b) above
depth 3
3
, close ESE of:
(c) above
depth 2
3

53 5443N., 8 4347E.
former 2m contour, joining:
(d) above
(e) above
and
(f) above
(g) above
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4805 FRANCE - West Coast - Chenal du Four - Pointe de Corsen North-westwards and South-south-westwards -
Buoyage.
Source: French Notice 39/30/12
Chart 2356 [ previous update 3143/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Tendoc
48 2568N., 4 4945W.

Taboga
48 2376N., 4 4812W.
Chart 3345 [ previous update 2073/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Tendoc
48 2568N., 4 4944W.

Taboga
48 2377N., 4 4808W.
4818 SPAIN - North Coast - Gijn - Dique de la Osa South-westwards - Light. Breakwater. Depth.
Light List Vol. D, 2012/13, 1598.46
Source: Spanish Notice 39/269/12 & Spanish Lights List
Chart 1154 (INT 1853) [ previous update 4648/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(4)R.20s
(a) 43 33010N., 5 41280W.
breakwater, double firm line, width 15m, joining:
(a) above
43 32970N., 5 41360W.
43 33010N., 5 41430W. (shore)
Delete depth 2
8
, close SW of:
(a) above
4739 TURKEY - Marmara Denizi - "zmit Krfezi - Yarmca Westwards - Coastline. Depths.
Unsurveyed area.
Source: Turkish Notice 30/171/12
Chart 497 (plan A, Tuzla to "zmit) [ previous update 4478/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to coastline,
depths and unsurveyed area, centred on:
40 4649N., 29 4271E.
4754 SPAIN - Mediterranean Sea Coast - Tarragona - Punta del Rac North-eastwards - Data collection buoy.
Buoy.
Source: Spanish Notice 38/266/12
Chart 1193 (INT 3180) [ previous update 3644/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(5)Y.20s ODAS
41 04101N., 1 11306E.
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s
41 04200N., 1 11500E.
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4755 TURKEY - West Coast - "zmir Liman - "zmir - Depths.
Source: ENC TR52212A
Chart 1522 (plan B, "zmir) [ previous update 4208/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
38 25480N., 27 07688E.
Chart 1522 [ previous update 4208/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 5
8
enclosed by 10m contour
38 2503N., 27 0737E.
Replace depth 11 with depth 1
2
enclosed by 5m contour
38 2511N., 27 0749E.
4772* GIBRALTAR - Great Europa Point South-eastwards - Los Picos South-eastwards - Buoy.
Radar beacon.
Source: Gibraltar Port Authority
Chart 144 [ previous update 3748/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

Los Picos Q(6)+LFl.15s and associated radar beacon,


Racon(D), from:
36 06080N., 5 2012W.
to:
36 06020N., 5 2007W.
Chart 1448 [ previous update 3748/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

Q(6)+LFl.15s and associated radar beacon, Racon(D),


from:
36 0608N., 5 2012W.
to:
36 0602N., 5 2007W.
4788 TUNISIA - Baie de Tunis - Cap Carthage - Buoy.
Source: French Notice 38/94/12
Chart 1184 [ previous update 4626/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl(2)6s
36 5242N., 10 2158E.
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4795 UKRAINE - Buzkyy Lyman - Lupareve Southwards and Shyroka Balka South-westwards -
Lights.
Light List Vol. E, 2012/13, 5182, 5202
Source: Ukrainian Notice 34/232/12
Note: Charts 2200 and 2201 symbol, floodlight remains unchanged.
Chart 2200 [ previous update 3597/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light and associated flare to, Iso.R.6s34m10M & Dir
FFI.R.10M (occas)
46 3938N., 31 5905E.
Chart 2201 [ previous update New Edition 05/07/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light and associated flare to, Iso.R.6s34m10M & Dir
FFI.R.10M (occas)
46 3938N., 31 5905E.
Chart 2203 [ previous update 2977/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso.R.6s34m10M & Dir FFI.R.10M (occas)
46 3938N., 31 5905E.
light to, F.R.16m15M & Dir FFI.R.15M (occas)
46 5364N., 32 0068E.
4813 GREECE - Aegean Sea Coast - Klpos Thessalonkis - kra Mikr mvolo Westwards - Buoyage. Radar
beacons.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: 70630, 70640 (43/12)
Source: Greek Notice 5/97/12
Chart 2070 (plan A, rmos Thessalonkis) [ previous update 2529/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(3)R.12s
(a) 40 3488N., 22 5347E.
radar beacon, Racon(K), at light-buoy
(a) above
Move

Q.G and associated radar beacon, Racon(T), from:


40 3494N., 22 5525E.
to:
40 3506N., 22 5516E.
Delete
former

Fl(3)R.12s and associated radar beacon,


Racon(K)
40 3488N., 22 5301E.
Chart 2070 [ previous update 2529/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Move

Fl(3)R.12s and associated radar beacon, Racon(K), from:


40 3488N., 22 5301E.
to:
40 3488N., 22 5347E.

Q.G and associated radar beacon, Racon(T), from:


40 3494N., 22 5525E.
to:
40 3506N., 22 5516E.
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4785 EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Isla de Bioko - Puerto de Malabo - Wrecks. Depths.
Source: French Notice 38/104/12
Chart 1321 (plan F, Puerto de Malabo) [ previous update 4661/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
(a) 3 45607N., 8 46105E.
Replace
depth 19 with

Wk
3 4573N., 8 4674E.
depth 19
4
with

Wk
3 4567N., 8 4676E.
depth 16
9
and associated 20m contour with

Wk
3 4565N., 8 4679E.
depth 20
4
with

Wk
3 4571N., 8 4689E.
3 4562N., 8 4691E.
Delete depth 17
7
, adjacent to:
(a) above
4806 GULF OF ADEN - Djibouti - Pte du Hron Northwards and Mangadafo North-westwards - Wreck.
Depth.
Source: French Notice 39/118/12
Chart 253 (plan A, Golfe de Tadjoura) [ previous update 1841/12 ] IGN 1947-51 DATUM
Insert

Wk
11 3904N., 43 0890E.
Chart 262 (INT 7115) [ previous update 3338/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
11 3906N., 43 0888E.
depth 20
7
and extend 30m contour N to enclose
11 3662N., 43 0375E.
4810* UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Umm Shaif Oilfield South-eastwards - Obstruction.
Source: Petroleum Ports Authority, Abu Dhabi
Chart 2443 (INT 7238) [ previous update New Edition 20/09/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
25 0489N., 53 2374E.
Chart 2444 (INT 7239) [ previous update New Edition 20/09/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
25 0489N., 53 2374E.
Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 4665/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
25 049N., 53 237E.
Chart 2889 (INT 7211) [ previous update New Edition 27/09/2012 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
25 049N., 53 237E.
Chart 3178 (INT 7226) [ previous update 4173/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Obstn
25 0489N., 53 2374E.
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4811 QATAR - Al Khalij Oilfield North-westwards - Obstruction.
Source: MENAS Notice 61/12
Chart 2523 (INT 7250) [ previous update 4050/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Subm buoy Rep (2012)


26 014N., 52 284E.
Chart 2837 (INT 7017) [ previous update 4810/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Subm buoy Rep (2012)


26 014N., 52 284E.
Chart 2886 (INT 7243) [ previous update 4665/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Subm buoy Rep (2012)


26 014N., 52 284E.
Chart 2887 (INT 7232) [ previous update 4497/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Subm buoy Rep (2012)


26 014N., 52 284E.
4753 INDIA - East Coast - Pa
-
ra
-
dip Southwards - Single Point Moorings. Fog signals. Submarine pipelines.
Legends. Restricted area.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 1005.05, 1005.13
Source: Indian Notices 14/177/12 & 18/230/12
Note: Former Notice 1721(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart 321 (INT 7416) [ previous update 3969/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert symbol, orange floating single point mooring,
Fl.R.15s SPM II
(a) 20 050N., 86 436E.
symbol, orange floating single point mooring, Fl.R.15s SPM
III
(b) 20 063N., 86 456E.
symbol, fog signal, Mo(U), at SPM
(a) above
(b) above
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(c) 20 140N., 86 365E. (shore)
(a) above
and
(c) above
(b) above
legend, Oil (see Note - PIPELINES), along:
(a)-(c) above
(b)-(c) above
Chart 538 (INT 7418) [ previous update 3747/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 20 1398N., 86 3650E. (shore)
(b) 20 0700N., 86 4200E.
(S border)
and
(a) above
(c) 20 0700N., 86 4480E.
(S border)
legend, Oil (see Note - PIPELINES), along:
(a)-(b) above
(a)-(c) above
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Chart 814 [ previous update 3214/12 ] INDIAN DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 20 138N., 86 366E. (shore)
20 100N., 86 396E.
(S border)
and
(a) above
20 100N., 86 412E.
(S border)
limit of restricted area,
'
, joining:
(b) 20 142N., 86 377E. (shore)
20 100N., 86 425E.
(S border)
Delete
former limit of restricted area,
'
, joining:
(b) above
20 100N., 86 400E.
(S border)
4828 INDIAN OCEAN - Southern Part - Broken Ridge - Discoloured water.
Source: Australian Notice 20/980/12
Chart 4070 (INT 70) [ previous update 3330/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Discoloured Water (1986)


32 430S., 99 350E.
Chart 4708 (INT 708) [ previous update 4196/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Discoloured Water
32 430S., 99 360E.
4759 MALAYSIA - Peninsular Malaysia, West Coast - Selat Manjung (Selat Dinding) - T. Batu Putih Westwards -
Buoy.
Source: ENC MY5C5416
Chart 792 [ previous update 309/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

with

Fl(2)5s
4 1445N., 100 3524E.
4753 INDIA - East Coast - Pa
-
ra
-
dip Southwards - Single Point Moorings. Fog signals. Submarine pipelines.
Legends. Restricted area. (continued)
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4794 INDONESIA - Sumatera - Selat Sunda - P. Panjurit Eastwards - Wreck.
Source: DG SeaComm
Chart 2056 [ previous update 4793/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

PA
5 5270S., 105 5100E.
Chart 2785 [ previous update 178/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

PA
5 527S., 105 510E.
Chart 2862 [ previous update 4209/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

PA
5 527S., 105 510E.
4803* SINGAPORE - Jurong Island - Temasek Fairway and Sinki Fairway - Wreck. Maritime limits. Beacon.
Light-beacon. Automatic Identification System. Buoy.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 1685.78
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: (42/12)
Source: Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Chart 4030 [ previous update 4043/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
1 14965N., 103 38943E.
maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
1 14410N., 103 39974E.
(shore)
(a) 1 14318N., 103 39783E.
(existing limit)
Delete former maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) above
1 14011N., 103 39928E.
1 13960N., 103 40134E.
1 13960N., 103 40305E.
1 13803N., 103 40380E.
1 13852N., 103 40484E.
(shore)
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Chart 4031 [ previous update 2951/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Banyan with

Fl(2)10s11m5M Banyan
(a) 1 13345N., 103 41583E.
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-beacon
(a) above

Wk
1 14965N., 103 38943E.
maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
1 14410N., 103 39974E.
(shore)
(b) 1 14318N., 103 39783E.
(existing limit)
Delete former maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(b) above
1 14011N., 103 39928E.
1 13960N., 103 40134E.
1 13960N., 103 40305E.
1 13803N., 103 40380E.
1 13852N., 103 40484E.
(shore)

Fl.Y.5s Banyan, close S of:


(a) above
Chart 4032 [ previous update 3486/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Banyan with

Fl(2)10s11m5M Banyan
(a) 1 13345N., 103 41583E.
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-beacon
(a) above
Delete

Fl.Y.5s Banyan, close S of:


(a) above
Chart 4038 [ previous update 2365/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
1 1497N., 103 3894E.
maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
1 1441N., 103 3997E.(shore)
(a) 1 1432N., 103 3978E.
(existing limit)
Delete former maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(a) above
1 1401N., 103 3993E.
1 1396N., 103 4013E.
1 1396N., 103 4030E.
1 1380N., 103 4038E.
1 1385N., 103 4048E.(shore)
Chart 4039 [ previous update 2951/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Banyan with

Fl(2)10s11m5M Banyan
(a) 1 1335N., 103 4158E.
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-beacon
(a) above
Delete

Fl.Y.5s Banyan, close ESE of:


(a) above
4803* SINGAPORE - Jurong Island - Temasek Fairway and Sinki Fairway - Wreck. Maritime limits. Beacon.
Light-beacon. Automatic Identification System. Buoy. (continued)
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Chart 4040 [ previous update 3486/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Banyan with

Fl(2)10s11m5M Banyan
(a) 1 1335N., 103 4158E.
Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-beacon
(a) above

Wk
1 1497N., 103 3894E.
maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
1 1441N., 103 3997E.(shore)
(b) 1 1432N., 103 3978E.
(existing limit)
Delete former maritime limit, pecked line, joining:
(b) above
1 1401N., 103 3993E.
1 1396N., 103 4013E.
1 1396N., 103 4030E.
1 1380N., 103 4038E.
1 1385N., 103 4048E.(shore)

Fl.Y.5s Banyan, close ESE of:


(a) above
4733 CHINA - South Coast - Gulf of Tonkin - Qinzhou Wan - Radar beacon.
ALRS Vol. 2, 2012/13: 80917.5 (42/12)
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1568/12
Chart 3992 [ previous update 4492/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert radar beacon, Racon(X), at No W8 light-buoy
21 3377N., 108 3514E.
4734 CHINA - South Coast - Hai-nan Tao, West Coast - Kan-en Chiao South-westwards - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 3357.4
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1570/12
Chart 3989 [ previous update 4157/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Mo(C)Y.12s52ft8M
18 470N., 108 305E.
Chart 3991 [ previous update 4157/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

Mo(C)Y.12s52ft8M
18 470N., 108 305E.
4750 CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Shantou - Houjiang Shuidao South-westwards -
Buoyage.
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1562/12
Chart 1792 [ previous update 4295/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2)R.6s No 4
23 2448N., 116 5245E.
Move

Fl(3)G.10s No1, from:


23 2482N., 116 5313E.
to:
23 2498N., 116 5313E.
4803* SINGAPORE - Jurong Island - Temasek Fairway and Sinki Fairway - Wreck. Maritime limits. Beacon.
Light-beacon. Automatic Identification System. Buoy. (continued)
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4751 CHINA - South Coast - Zhujiang Kou - Nansha Gang - Nansha Gang Container Wharf South-south-
eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 3465.45
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1563/12
Chart 343 (plan, Nansha Gang) [ previous update 4414/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.3s10m5M
22 3775N., 113 4113E.
Chart 343 [ previous update 4414/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl.3s5M
22 3775N., 113 4113E.
4752 CHINA - South Coast - Approaches to Zhanjiang - Naozhou Dao, South Coast - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 3359.24
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1564/12
Chart 3349 [ previous update 4104/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert

Q.12m4M
20 5218N., 110 3608E.
4756 CHINA - South Coast - Qiongzhou Haixia - Haian Wan - Santang Jiao North-eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 3333.2
Source: Chinese Notice 39/1565/12
Chart 3890 [ previous update 3363/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q.10m4M
20 1475N., 110 1122E.
4761 SOUTH CHINA SEA - Tapis Field and Tapis Field Eastwards - Platforms.
Light List Vol. F, 2012/13, 9522.0185, 9522.027
Source: ENC MY3C0655
Chart 2414 [ previous update 3155/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Insert

5 413N., 104 455E.


5 408N., 104 484E.
5 318N., 105 593E.
Chart 3482 (INT 550) [ previous update 3995/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

5 413N., 104 455E.


5 408N., 104 484E.
5 318N., 105 593E.
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4775 TAIWAN - West Coast - Approaches to Kao-hsiung - Nan-liao Westwards - Buoy.
Source: Taiwanese Notice 149/12
Chart 2409 [ previous update 4634/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Al.RY.7s
22 4583N., 120 0982E.
Chart 3232 [ previous update 2532/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Al.RY.7s
22 4583N., 120 0982E.
4800 MALAYSIA - Peninsular Malaysia, East Coast - Pulau Tioman Westwards - Wrecks.
Source: Malaysian Notice 7/125/12
Chart 3445 [ previous update 3689/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

2 4990N., 104 0906E.


Delete

2 5060N., 104 0650E.


4832 CHINA - Bo Hai - Tianjin Gang - Tianjin Gang Main Channel, Crude Oil Pier, North Basin and Dagusha
Hangdao - Breakwater. Depths. Groyne. Obstructions.
Source: Chinese Charts 11772 & 11775
Chart 2653 [ previous update 3513/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert breakwater, single firm line, joining:
(a) 38 5756N., 117 5363E.
(existing submerged groyne)
38 5748N., 117 5408E. (

)
depth 6
9
enclosed by 10m contour
(b) 38 5694N., 117 5210E.
depth 9
9
and extend 10m contour SW to enclose
(c) 38 5879N., 117 4777E.
Replace groyne, single dotted line, with breakwater, single firm line,
joining:
38 5768N., 117 5355E.
(existing breakwater)
(a) above
Delete 10m contour, joining:
38 5823N., 117 4810E.
38 5823N., 117 4821E.
depth 9
4
and associated 10m contour
38 5848N., 117 4780E.
depth 20, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 11
2
, adjacent to:
(c) above

Obstn
39 0069N., 117 4648E.
Chart 2654 [ previous update 3617/12 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM
Insert depth 9
9
and extend 10m contour SW to enclose
(a) 38 58786N., 117 47766E.
depth 11
6

38 58363N., 117 45850E.
Delete

Obstn
38 57705N., 117 43708E.
depth 9
5
enclosed by 10m contour
38 58217N., 117 48122E.
depth 9
4
enclosed by 10m contour
38 58457N., 117 47802E.
depth 10
3
, adjacent to:
(a) above
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4724 JAPAN - Hokkaido
-
- South Coast - Tomakomai Ko - Depths. Coastline. Lights. Wreck. Fish havens.
Landmarks.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/774/12
Chart JP 1030 [ previous update 3469/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
coastline, lights, wreck, fish havens and landmarks, centred on:
42 3560N., 141 4265E.
4725 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- North Coast - Sakata - Kitako
-
North Breakwater South-eastwards - Depth.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/776/12
Chart 1388 (plan C, Sakata) [ previous update 4604/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 12
1

38 5694N., 139 4833E.
4726 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Keihin Ko - Yokohama Ku - Section 1 - Shinko Wharf - Depths.
Fouls.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/777/12
Note: Former Notice 2457(T)/12 is cancelled.
Chart JP 66 [ previous update 2563/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
fouls, centred on:
35 2745N., 139 3874E.
4727 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Ise Wan - Nagoya Ko - Section 3 - North Passage Eastwards - Depths.
Fouls.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/778/12
Note: Former Notice 3102(T)/12 is cancelled.
Chart JP 1055A [ previous update 4077/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
fouls, centred on:
35 02 29"N., 136 52 06"E.
4728 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Keihin Ko - Yokohama Ku - A Jetty - Outer Breakwater -
Legend.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/780/12
Chart JP 66 [ previous update 4726/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert legend, Covered partially at high water, oriented SSW/NNE,
centred on:
35 27 070"N., 139 40 244"E.
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4729 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Ise Wan - Nagoya Ko - Section 4 - Yatomi Wharf South-eastwards -
Buoyage.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/781/12
Chart JP 1055A [ previous update 4727/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

(Y Lt) with

(R Lt)
35 01 37"N., 136 48 24"E.
4730 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Oita Ko - Kozaki Gyoko Eastwards - Breakwaters. Bridge. Depth.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/784/12
Chart JP 1247A [ previous update 2857/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert breakwater, double firm line, width 8m, joining:
(a) 33 14 386"N., 131 47 249"E.
33 14 378"N., 131 47 284"E.
breakwater, double firm line, width 5m, joining:
33 14 394"N., 131 47 238"E.
33 14 374"N., 131 47 240"E.
(existing breakwater)
bridge, double firm line, width 5m, joining:
33 14 357"N., 131 47 224"E.
33 14 357"N., 131 47 247"E.
Delete depth 0
8
, adjacent to:
(a) above
4807 KOREA - East Coast - Chang-An - Kodongmal Eastwards - Light.
Light List Vol. M, 2012/13, 4377.79
Source: Korean Notice 38/594/12
Chart 896 (INT 5355) [ previous update 1423/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Fl(2)R.6s17m5M
35 1970N., 129 1844E.
4793 INDONESIA - Jawa - North Coast - Teluk Jakarta - Pelabuhan Sundakelapa Northwards - Moored storage
tanker. Submarine pipeline. Restricted area. Legend.
Source: Indonesian Notice 26/229/12
Chart 933 [ previous update 4601/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LNG Terminal
(a) 5 5848S., 106 4794E.
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
6 0650S., 106 4685E. (shore)
(b) 6 0427S., 106 4683E.
(c) 5 5899S., 106 4764E.
(a) above
5 5849S., 106 4686E.
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(b)-(c) above
limit of restricted area,

, joining:
(a) above
5 5830S., 106 4770E.
5 5864S., 106 4775E.
5 5875S., 106 4810E.
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Chart 2056 [ previous update 4209/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LNG Terminal
(a) 5 5850S., 106 4795E.
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
6 0210S., 106 4720E.
5 5900S., 106 4765E.
(a) above
5 5850S., 106 4690E.
Chart 3729 [ previous update 4209/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LNG Terminal
(a) 5 5850S., 106 4795E.
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
6 0210S., 106 4720E.
5 5900S., 106 4765E.
(a) above
5 5850S., 106 4690E.
4797 INDONESIA - Sulawesi - West Coast - P. Kudingarenglompo South-westwards - Bone Pamakeke -
Buoy.
Source: Indonesian Notice 37/306/12
Chart 1293 [ previous update 4969/11 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM
Replace

Fl(2)10s with

Fl(2)10s
5 1170S., 119 1258E.
4804* BRUNEI - Ampa Patches South-eastwards - Submarine pipeline. Legend.
Source: Brunei Shell Petroleum Company
Chart 1338 [ previous update 4588/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 4 506N., 114 336E.(

)
(b) 4 469N., 114 300E.
(existing pipeline)
legend, Gas, along:
(a)-(b) above
Chart 2109 [ previous update 3553/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert
submarine pipeline,

, joining:
(a) 4 5065N., 114 3360E.(

)
(b) 4 4710N., 114 3020E.
4 4060N., 114 2810E.(shore)
legend, Gas (see Note), along:
(a)-(b) above
4793 INDONESIA - Jawa - North Coast - Teluk Jakarta - Pelabuhan Sundakelapa Northwards - Moored storage
tanker. Submarine pipeline. Restricted area. Legend. (continued)
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4738 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gladstone - North Passage Island Northwards to Mud Island - Maintained
channel. Lights. Light-beacons. Buoyage. Works. Legends. Coastline. Depths.
Light List Vol. K, 2012/13, 2991.47, 2991.485, 2991.49
Source: Australian Notices 17/836/12, 18/879/12 & 19/932/12
Note: Former Notices 5799(T)/11 and 4347(P)/12 are cancelled.
Chart Aus 245 [ previous update 3501/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block A, showing new maintained channel,
lights, light-beacons, buoyage, works and legends and
amendments to coastline and depths, centred on:
23 4652S., 151 1107E.
the accompanying block B, showing new maintained channel,
buoyage, works and legends and amendments to coastline and
depths, centred on:
23 4770S., 151 1319E.
4740 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Cape Hardy - Depths. Zone of confidence diagram.
Source: Australian Notice 19/944/12
Chart Aus 777 [ previous update 4545/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing a revised Zone of
Confidence diagram and amendments to depths, centred on:
34 0982S., 136 1520E.
4741 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Approaches to Denham Passage and Wilds Shoal Southwards - Depths.
Legend.
Source: Australian Notice 19/936/12
Chart Aus 835 [ previous update 3614/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths and
legend, centred on:
11 218S., 143 192E.
Chart Aus 839 [ previous update 4061/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete depth 3
6
and associated 5m approximate contour and
associated legend, Onslow Reef
11 181S., 143 167E.
4742 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Approaches to Port Adelaide - Depths.
Source: Australian Notice 19/945/12
Chart Aus 130 [ previous update 4292/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
34 4759S., 138 2504E.
Chart Aus 138 [ previous update 3333/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths,
centred on:
34 47713S., 138 25677E.
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4824 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Montebello Islands North-westwards - Pluto A Westwards - Well.
Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 20/977/12
Chart Aus 328 [ previous update 4197/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
20 018S., 115 121E.
Chart 4723 (INT 723) [ previous update 4196/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Well
(a) 20 018S., 115 121E.
Delete depth 150, close NNE of:
(a) above
4825 AUSTRALIA - New South Wales - Evans Head East-south-eastwards - Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 20/970/12
Chart Aus 813 [ previous update 3510/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete depth 348 enclosed by 500m contour
29 133S., 153 539E.
Chart 4643 (INT 643) [ previous update 4072/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Insert 500m contour, joining:
(a) 29 080S., 153 528E.
(existing contour)
(b) 29 152S., 153 530E.
(existing contour)
1000m contour, joining:
29 088S., 153 531E.
(existing contour)
29 150S., 153 547E.
(existing contour)
Delete depth 348
29 132S., 153 539E.
former 500m contour, joining:
(a) above
(b) above
4827 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Passage Islands - Sholl I South-eastwards - Legend.
Cautionary note.
Source: Australian Notice 20/979/12
Chart Aus 743 [ previous update 4196/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete legend, Pearl Culture (see Note), centred on:
20 576S., 115 542E.
note, PEARL CULTURE, centred on:
21 207S., 116 098E.
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4829 AUSTRALIA - Western Australia - Barrow Island - Town Point Eastwards - Buoyage. Depth.
Drying height.
Source: Australian Notice 20/978/12
Note: 0m low water line and 5m contour remain unchanged.
Chart Aus 62 [ previous update 4397/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Q(9)15s
(a) 20 4713S., 115 3001E.

Q(6)+LFl.15s
(b) 20 4785S., 115 3072E.
Delete drying height 0
1
, close NE of:
(a) above
depth 4
7
, adjacent to:
(b) above
4830 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Western Port - Hastings - Jetty.
Source: Australian Notice 20/985/12
Chart Aus 151 [ previous update 3693/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert jetty, single firm line, joining:
38 1858S., 145 1189E.
(existing jetty)
38 1857S., 145 1194E.
Chart Aus 152 (plan, Hastings Bight) [ previous update 3618/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert jetty, single firm line, joining:
38 18577S., 145 11889E.
(existing jetty)
38 18570S., 145 11935E.
4831 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Approaches to Port of Melbourne - Point Cook South-south-eastwards - Wreck.
Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 20/984/12
Chart Aus 143 [ previous update 4550/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
38 0119S., 144 5041E.
Chart Aus 155 [ previous update 4066/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

Wk
(a) 38 0119S., 144 5041E.
Delete depth 18
5
, close NE of:
(a) above
4833 AUSTRALIA - South Australia - Cape Jaffa South-westwards - Depths.
Source: Australian Notice 20/983/12
Chart Aus 347 [ previous update 4709/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert depth 3
1

(a) 36 599S., 139 379E.
depth 3
4

(b) 37 006S., 139 378E.
5m contour enclosing (a) and (b) above
Delete depth 4
1
and associated 5m contour, close SSW of:
(a) above
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4787 NEW ZEALAND - South Island - North Coast - Queen Charlotte Sound - Kurakura Point Northwards -
Light.
Light List Vol. K, 2012/13, 4249.5
Source: New Zealand Notice 20/163/12
Chart NZ 463 [ previous update 4191/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFl.WRG.10s6m10M
(a) 41 1035S., 174 1202E.
sectors at light as follows:
(a) above
G 219 - 221 (2)
W 221 - 224 (3)
R 224 - 226 (2)
Chart NZ 6153 [ previous update 4191/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

LFl.WRG.10s6m10M
(a) 41 1035S., 174 1202E.
sectors at light as follows:
(a) above
G 219 - 221 (2)
W 221 - 224 (3)
R 224 - 226 (2)
4826 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - East Coast - Bream Head South-westwards - Buoyage.
Source: New Zealand Notice 20/162/12
Chart NZ 52 [ previous update 2961/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

Fl(5)Y.20s
35 5299S., 174 3290E.
Chart NZ 521 [ previous update 2961/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Fl(5)Y.20s with

Fl.Y.2s
35 5301S., 174 3290E.
Chart NZ 5214 [ previous update New Edition 01/03/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Replace

Fl.(5)Y.20s with

Fl.Y.2s
35 5299S., 174 3290E.
4757 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Fiji Islands - Viti Levu - Suva - Suva Harbour - Lights.
Light List Vol. K, 2012/13, 4672, 4672.1
Source: Fiji Coastal Navigational Warning 58/12 & UKHO
Note: Certain copies only for Chart 4638.
Chart 441 [ previous update 3252/10 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.15M
18 066S., 178 242E.
18 059S., 178 243E.
Chart 744 [ previous update 3252/10 ] FIJI 1986 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.15M
18 0660S., 178 2422E.
18 0592S., 178 2430E.
Chart 745 [ previous update 1658/12 ] FIJI 1986 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.15M
18 0656S., 178 2422E.
18 0592S., 178 2434E.
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Chart 1660 [ previous update 3092/11 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.5s40m15M
18 06560S., 178 24220E.
light to, Oc.Bu.5s103m15M
18 05920S., 178 24340E.
Chart 1673 [ previous update 2858/10 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.5s40m15M
18 0656S., 178 2422E.
light to, Oc.Bu.5s103m15M
18 0592S., 178 2434E.
Chart 1674 [ previous update New Edition 13/10/2011 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Oc.Bu.5s40m15M
18 0656S., 178 2422E.
light to, Oc.Bu.5s103m15M
18 0592S., 178 2434E.
Chart 2691 (INT 6856) [ previous update 3930/12 ] FIJI 1986 DATUM
Amend light to, Ldg 2 Oc.Bu.15M
18 066S., 178 242E.
Chart 4632 (INT 632) [ previous update 3930/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Ldg 2 Oc.Bu.15M
18 066S., 178 242E.
Chart 4638 (INT 638) [ previous update 3930/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Ldg 2 Oc.Bu.15M
18 066S., 178 242E.
light to, Ldg 2 Iso.R.15M
17 540S., 177 180E.
4758 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Vanuatu - Port-Vila - Rriki Eastwards - Vertical clearance.
Source: SHOM
Chart 1494 (plan C, Port-Vila) [ previous update 4616/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Amend vertical clearance to 23m
17 44618S., 168 18773E.
4757 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Fiji Islands - Viti Levu - Suva - Suva Harbour - Lights. (continued)
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4777 NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Hawaiian Islands - Oahu, East Coast - Mokapu Peninsula North-eastwards -
Firing practice areas. Legend. Cautionary note.
Source: NOS
Chart 1378 [ previous update 1165/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of firing practice area, pecked line, joining:
21 2780N., 157 4393W.
(existing limit of restricted area)
(a) 21 3100N., 157 4410W.
(b) 21 2504N., 157 4056W.
21 2687N., 157 4337W.
(existing limit of restricted area)
semi-circular limit of firing practice area, pecked line, radius
38M, centred on 21 2721N., 157 4390 W., joining:
(a) above
(b) above
legend, Danger Zone (see Note), centred on:
21 2870N., 157 4130W.
Replace the existing note with the accompanying note, DANGER
ZONE, centred on:
21 2530N., 157 5740W.
Delete former limit of firing practice area and associated legend,
Danger Zone (see Note), joining:
21 2779N., 157 4373W.
(existing limit of restricted area)
21 2898N., 157 4401W.(

)
21 2882N., 157 4282W.(

)
21 2801N., 157 4192W.(

)
21 2748N., 157 4301W.
(existing limit of restricted area)
4735 CANADA - British Columbia - Hecate Strait - Aranzazu Banks - Depths.
Source: Canadian Notices 9/3002/12, 9/3902/12 & 9/3744/12
Chart 4921 [ previous update 3346/11 ] NAD27 DATUM
Replace depth 10 enclosed by 10fm contour with seabed type, R, with
depth 7
3
enclosed by 10fm contour, with seabed type, R
52 510N., 129 460W.
Chart 4923 [ previous update 5876/09 ] NAD27 DATUM
Replace depth 10 enclosed by 10fm contour with seabed type, R, with
depth 7
3
enclosed by 10fm contour, with seabed type, R
52 510N., 129 460W.
Chart 4928 [ previous update 2176/09 ] NAD27 DATUM
Insert depth 7
3
enclosed by 10fm contour, with seabed type, R
(a) 52 510N., 129 460W.
Delete depth 10 and associated 10fm contour with seabed type, R,
adjacent to:
(a) above
4746 MEXICO - Pacific Ocean Coast - Isla Socorro - Cabo Regla - Light.
Light List Vol. G, 2011/12, 3474
Source: ENC MX404032
Chart 1027 [ previous update 5681/11 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Amend light to, Fl(3)12s135m10M
18 435N., 110 566W.
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4762 BRAZIL - South Coast - Ilha Grande, North East Coast - Enseada da Estrela - Marine farm.
Source: Brazilian Chart 1607
Chart 432 [ previous update 3556/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert

23 0640S., 44 1129W.
4796 COLOMBIA - Caribbean Sea Coast - Approaches to Barranquilla - Punta Faro North-eastwards -
Depth.
Source: Colombian Notice 115/12
Chart 396 [ previous update 4662/12 ] NAD27 DATUM
Delete depth 27 enclosed by 50m contour
11 1010N., 74 4380W.
Chart 1276 [ previous update 3836/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Delete

11 0990N., 74 4400W.
Chart 4400 (INT 400) [ previous update 1818/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

11 100N., 74 430W.
Chart 4402 (INT 402) [ previous update 2604/12 ] COMPATIBLE WITH WGS84 DATUM
Delete

11 100N., 74 430W.
4821 WEST INDIES - Windward Islands - Martinique - Fort-de-France - Fort Saint Louis and Quai aux Huiles -
Restricted areas.
Source: French Notice 39/176/12
Chart 371 (plan A, Fort-de-France) [ previous update 4479/12 ] WGS84 DATUM
Insert limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
14 36097N., 61 03950W.
(shore)
14 36101N., 61 03940W.
14 35991N., 61 03852W.
14 35814N., 61 03922W.
14 35809N., 61 03990W.
14 35900N., 61 04031W.
14 36034N., 61 04050W.
14 36041N., 61 04024W.
(shore)
limit of restricted area, entry prohibited, pecked line, joining:
14 36092N., 61 03767W.
(shore)
14 36082N., 61 03763W.
14 36072N., 61 03793W.
14 36083N., 61 03800W.
(shore)
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4736 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New York and Approaches - Highlands of Navesink, Lower
Bay, Raritan Bay, Arthur Kill, Raritan River and Sandy Hook Westwards - Light. Channel depths. Depths.
Legend.
Light List Vol. J, 2011/12,1032
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 38/12325/12, US Chart 12327 & NOS
Chart 2755 [ previous update 4597/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso.10s
40 2379N., 73 5915W.
Chart 3204 [ previous update 3418/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend light to, Iso.10s
40 2379N., 73 5915W.
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
40 2530N., 74 0880W.
Chart 3458 [ previous update 3988/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
40 328N., 74 135W.
Chart 3459 [ previous update 2786/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 43
40 2834N., 74 0226W.
40 2763N., 74 0289W.
40 2745N., 74 0279W.
40 2738N., 74 0313W.
depth 42
40 2757N., 74 0308W.
depth 34
40 2735N., 74 0290W.
legend, TURNING BASIN (see Depth Table), centred on:
40 2748N., 74 0303W.
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
40 3510N., 73 5810W.
4743 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New York - Military Ocean Terminal Northwards - Light-
beacons. Leading lines. Legends.
Light List Vol. J, 2011/12, 1157, 1157.01
Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 38/12334/12
Chart 3456 [ previous update 4592/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Iso.G.6s
(a) 40 40577N., 74 05685W.
leading line, pecked line for 850m then firm line for 1800m,
extending in direction 119 from:
(b) (a) above
legend, 299, seaward end of:
(b) above
Move

Q.R, from:
40 40521N., 74 05593W.
to:
40 40474N., 74 05444W.
Delete leading line, pecked and firm line, and associated legend, Iso.G
& Q.R

300, extending in direction 120 from:


40 40590N., 74 05750W.
(W border)
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4747 CANADA - Gulf of Saint Lawrence - Northumberland Strait - Prince Edward Island - Tracadie Bay -
Light.
Light List Vol. H, 2011/12, 1154, 1154.1
Source: Canadian Notice 9/4023/12
Chart 4765 [ previous update 3793/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete

Ldg Q.R & Iso.R


46 2449N., 63 0238W.
4768 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia and Florida - St Marys Entrance -
Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2818 [ previous update 4366/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS (St. Marys Entrance), centred on:
30 389N., 81 272W.
4769 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia - Brunswick and Approaches -
Channel depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2810 [ previous update 4364/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
31 031N., 81 270W.
4770 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Georgia and South Carolina - Savannah River - Channel
depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2807 (plan, Continuation to Port Wentworth) [ previous update 4425/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL
DEPTHS, centred on:
32 061N., 81 086W.
4771 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Block Island Sound - Gardiners Island Northwards -
Depths.
Source: NOS
Chart 2754 [ previous update 4370/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

with seabed type, R


(a) 41 0740N., 72 0556W.
Delete depth 4
2
, adjacent to:
(a) above
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4790 CANADA - Nova Scotia - Strait of Canso - Port Hawkesbury Southwards - Peebles Pt. Southwards and
Westwards - Light. Piers. Dolphin.
Light List Vol. H, 2011/12, 3429
Source: Canadian Notices 9/4306/12 & 9/4335/12
Chart 4756 [ previous update 3339/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert

Q(2)R Priv
(a) 45 3490N., 61 2121W.
pier, single firm line, joining
45 3496N., 61 2077W. (shore)
45 3487N., 61 2106W.
(a) above
Delete pier, single firm line, joining
45 3516N., 61 2126W.
45 3510N., 61 2121W.
and
45 3519N., 61 2108W. (shore)
45 3513N., 61 2124W.
Chart 4758 (plan, Point Tupper to/ Ship Point) [ previous update 780/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Move

and associated

Q(2)R.5s Priv, from:


45 34 539"N., 61 21 120"W.
to:
45 34 538"N., 61 21 129"W.
4808 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - North Carolina - Cape Fear River - Snows Cut Range -
Light-beacon.
Light List Vol. J, 2011/12, 2510.1
Source: US Coast Guard District 5 LNM 38/11534/12
Chart 3688 [ previous update 4637/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Delete symbol, white and red light-beacon, Iso.6s42ft
34 0290N., 77 5568W.
4809 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New York - East River - Flushing Bay and Cape Ruth
Southwards - Legends.
Source: NOS
Chart 3451 [ previous update 4664/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Amend legend to, 13 feet (2012) (see Note), centred on:
40 46325N., 73 51181W.
40 47111N., 73 51639W.
legend to, 5ft (2012), centred on:
40 45601N., 73 51138W.
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4812 CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Port De Trois-Rivires to Pointe la Citrouille Southwards - Depths.
Source: Canadian Notice 9/1313/12
Chart 4789 (plan, Port de Trois-Rivires) [ previous update 4401/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 12
5

(a) 46 19 141"N., 72 32 489"W.
depth 9
9
enclosed by 10m contour
46 20 076"N., 72 31 399"W.
depth 7
5

46 21 399"N., 72 29 451"W.
Delete depth 13
7
, close SW of:
(a) above
Chart 4789 (plan, Port de Bcancour) [ previous update 4401/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 8
(a) 46 24 540"N., 72 22 220"W.
depth 9
7
enclosed by 10m contour
(b) 46 25 332"N., 72 21 334"W.
Delete depth 8
4
, close E of:
(a) above
depth 11
8
, close NE of:
(b) above
Chart 4789 [ previous update 4401/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 8
3

(a) 46 2255N., 72 2876W.
depth 4
8
enclosed by 5m contour
(b) 46 2301N., 72 2629W.
depth 8
4

(c) 46 2285N., 72 2605W.
depth 9
1
enclosed by 10m contour
46 2296N., 72 2585W.
depth 8
(d) 46 2490N., 72 2237W.
depth 7
3
and extend 10m contour N to enclose
46 2612N., 72 2000W.
depth 7
4

46 2637N., 72 1664W.
Replace depth 7 with depth 6
7

46 2344N., 72 2500W.
Delete depth 9
8
, close WSW of:
(a) above
depth 7
5
, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 9
8
, adjacent to:
(c) above
depth 8
4
, adjacent to:
(d) above
4815 CANADA - Saint Lawrence River - Donnacona /to Batiscan - Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent Northwards to
Leclercville Northwards - Depths.
Source: Canadian Notice 9/1314/12
Chart 4788 [ previous update 3795/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 7
4

(a) 46 3381N., 72 0659W.
depth 7
1

(b) 46 3383N., 72 0585W.
depth 6
3

(c) 46 3380N., 72 0507W.
depth 6
46 3476N., 72 0169W.
depth 3
7

46 3379N., 72 0453W.
Replace depth 3
7
with depth 3
3

46 3399N., 72 0631W.
depth 13
8
with depth 13
4

46 3533N., 72 0030W.
Delete depth 7
7
, adjacent to:
(a) above
depth 7
6
, adjacent to:
(b) above
depth 6
7
, close W of:
(c) above
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4822 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Massachusetts - Nantucket Sound - Marthas Vineyard -
Muskeget Channel Southwards - Depths. Legend.
Source: NOS
Chart 2456 [ previous update 4702/12 ] NAD83 DATUM
Insert depth 2
1
enclosed by 3fm contour
(a) 41 1549N., 70 2714W.
depth 3
4

(b) 41 1591N., 70 2670W.
depth 3
3

(c) 41 1615N., 70 2644W.
depth 1
2
enclosed by 3fm contour
41 1753N., 70 2709W.
5fm contour to enclose (b) and (c) above
legend, Shoaling Rep (2012), orientated SSW/NNE, centred
on:
41 1719N., 70 2577W.
Delete depth 3
5
, close NW of:
(a) above
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4711(T)/12 WALES - South Coast - Porthcawl - Harbour developments.
Source: Bridgend County Borough Council
1. Porthcawl Harbour, in the vicinity of position 51 2850N., 3 4207W. (ETRS89 Datum), is closed to all craft until further
notice.
2. Construction works are in progress in and around the harbour entrance.
3. The harbour is due to re-open as a marina facility in summer 2013.
Chart affected - 1169
4782(P)/12 SWEDEN - South Coast - hus to Trn - Depths. Wrecks. Swept area.
Source: Swedish Chart 742 & UKHO
1. Numerous changes to depths exist within the coastal region from Trn to Hanbanken. The most significant depths are as
follows:
2. Numerous wrecks exist within the region, the most significant of which are located in the following positions:
3. A swept area, depth 83m, no longer exists in the vicinity of position 55 5559N., 14 2098E.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
4. *These changes will be included in the next New Editions of Charts 2856 and 2360 to be published in December 2012 and
by Notice to Mariners for Chart 2857.
*Indicates new or revised entry.
5. Former Notice 4575(P)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - 2360 - 2856 - 2857
4781(P)/12 INDIA - East Coast - Pa
-
ra
-
dip Port (Pa
-
ra
-
dw
-
p) - Dredging area.
Source: Indian Notice 14/185(T)/12
1. Dredging is in progress in Pa
-
ra
-
dip Harbour (20 163N., 86 403E.(WGS84 Datum)) to deepen and extend the main
navigational channel.
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution and consult the port authority for the latest information.
Chart affected - 538 (INT 7418)
Depth Position
208m 56 0683N., 15 0318E.
*35m 56 0257N., 14 4609E.
65m 56 0059N., 14 5000E.
245m 55 5968N., 14 5243E.
143m 55 5944N., 14 5003E.
122m 55 5899N., 14 4373E.
149m 55 5895N., 14 4435E.
56 0716N., 14 4451E.
56 0701N., 14 5547E.
56 0672N., 14 5944E.
56 0205N., 14 5771E.
55 5920N., 14 4270E.
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4801(P)/12 BANGLADESH - Approaches to Chittagong - Chittagong Westwards to Sangu River Westwards -
Wrecks.
Source: Bangladeshi Hydrographic & Oceanographic Centre
1. New wrecks have been located in the approaches to Chittagong in the following positions:
2. There have also been numerous changes to wrecks between latitudes 22 020N. and 22 220N. and east of longitude
91 400E.
3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution and consult the port authority for the latest information.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
4. These updates will be included in the next New Edition of Chart 84 and by Notice to Mariners for Chart 90.
Charts affected - 84 (INT 7428) - 90
4731(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- North West Coast - Tsuiyama Ko - Light.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/5630/12
1. Light, Iso G 4M, in position 35 3902N., 134 5037E. (WGS84 Datum), has been temporarily removed, until mid
December 2012.
Chart affected - JP 139
4732(T)/12 JAPAN - Honshu
-
- South Coast - Kinnura Ko - Kamezaki Wharf Eastwards - Depths.
Source: Japanese Notice 40/5639(T)/12
1. Depths of up to 2m less than charted exist within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
2. Former Notice 2424(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart affected - JP 1056
Swept Wreck Position
25m 22 1544N., 91 4591E.
36m 22 1519N., 91 4582E.
32m 22 2131N., 91 4445E.
34m 22 1416N., 91 4652E.
84m 22 1415N., 91 4599E.
104m 22 1821N., 91 4308E.
106m 22 1540N., 91 4387E.
95m 22 1555N., 91 4431E.
34 54 56"N., 136 58 16"E.
34 54 56"N., 136 58 15"E.
34 54 58"N., 136 58 22"E.
34 54 56"N., 136 58 37"E.
34 54 35"N., 136 58 36"E.
34 54 35"N., 136 58 34"E.
34 54 44"N., 136 58 33"E.
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4791(T)/12 KOREA - West Coast - So Sudo South-eastwards - Wreck. Buoyage.
Source: Korean Notice 38/611(T)/12
1. A dangerous wreck exists in position 37 0588N., 126 1042E.(WGS84 Datum).
2. Emergency wreck marking light-buoys, Al.Fl.Bu.Y.3s, have been temporarily established.
Chart affected - 1270 (INT 5363)
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4712(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - New South Wales - Newcastle - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 19/948(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 7 September 2012:
2.
*Indicates new or revised entry.
3. Former Notice 4334(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 207 - Aus 208
Berth Metres
*Western Basin 3 116
*Western Basin 4 116
*Eastern Basin 1 116
Eastern Basin 2 North of Ch 450 116
*Eastern Basin 2 South of Ch 450 116
Channel Berth 85
*Dyke 1 128
*Dyke 2 128
Dyke 4 158
*Dyke 5 165
Dyke 6 50
Mayfield 4 Ch 27 to 266 120
BHP Wharf 6 to Ch 1050 73
Kooragang 2 116
Kooragang 2 North Dolphin Ch 182 to 228 116
Kooragang 2 South Dolphin Ch -92 to 00 110
Kooragang 3 128
Kooragang 4 165
Kooragang 5 165
Kooragang 6 165
Kooragang 7 165
Kooragang 8 165
Kooragang 9 163
Kooragang Ship Receival KSR 75
Throsby 1 84
Carrington Wharf To be sounded as and when required.
Foreshore Park Berth 59
Elgo Wharf To be sounded as and when required.
Channels Metres
Entrance Approach 177
Entrance Channel (180m) 180
Entrance Channel (174m) 174
Entrance Channel (168m) 168
Entrance Channel (162m) 162
Entrance Channel to Horseshoe 152
Horseshoe 150
Steelworks Channel to Swinging Basin 152
Swinging Basin 150
Hunter River South Arm (Kooragang 6 to buoy 16) 150
*Hunter River South Arm (buoy 16 to buoy 18) 147
Basin Cutting 126
Basin Area to Eastern & Western Basin Berths 123
Basin Area to 1 Throsby 94
Stockton Crossing 36
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4713(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 19/949(T)/12
1. Available depths and under keel clearances (UKC) at 20 September 2012:
2.
Berth Metres Remarks
Fisherman Islands No10 141
* Fisherman Islands No9 141
Fisherman Islands No8 141
Fisherman Islands No7 142
Fisherman Islands No6 140
Fisherman Islands No5 141
Fisherman Islands No4 140
* Fisherman Islands No3 140
Fisherman Islands No2 141
Fisherman Islands No1 140
Fisherman Islands Grain and Woodchip 134
* Caltex Fisherman Islands 144
* Fisherman Islands Coal 140
* Fisherman Islands General Purpose 115
BP Luggage Point 144
Caltex Products 101
Cement Australia Co Wharf 97
* BP Products 109
Shell 110
Pacific Terminals 107
Incitec North 100
Incitec South 105
Pinkenba 1 104
Pinkenba 2 104
Riverside Marina -
Sugar Terminal 98
Cairncross Fitting Out Wharf 85
Cairncross Breasting Wharf 66
Brisbane Naval Wharf 43
* Maritime No1 90
* Hamilton No4 104
Hamilton No1 88
Brisbane Cruise Ship Terminal 90
Moreton Bay: Metres UKC/Remarks
North West Channel 150 23 (280m width)
North West Bypass Channel 92 16
Spitfire Channel 150 15 (600m width)
East Knoll Bypass Channel 60 14
East Channel 150 15 (300m width from western side)
Main Channel (M8-M9) 100 18
Entrance Channel (E5-EBCN) 147 15
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3.
*Indicates new or revised entry.
4. Former Notice 4333(T)/12 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 235 - Aus 236 - Aus 237 - Aus 238 - Aus 814 - Aus 815
4714(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gladstone - Buoyage.
Source: Australian Notice 19/950(T)/12
1. Special light-buoys, Fl.Y.25s, exist in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
2. Former Notice 3157(T)/11 is cancelled.
Charts affected - Aus 244 - Aus 245
4715(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gladstone - Buoyage. Light-beacons.
Source: Australian Notice 19/951(T)/12
1. Until 31 March 2013, light-buoys exist in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Charts affected - Aus 244 - Aus 245
4716(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gladstone - Mud Island - Dredging area.
Source: Australian Notice 19/952(T)/12
1. Until 2 November 2012, the dredger Castor is conducting dredging operations in the vicinity of position
23 4843S., 151 1316E.
2. The vessel will display appropriate lights and shapes and will monitor VHF Ch 13 and 16.
3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
4. Former Notice 4576(T)/11 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 245
4713(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depth information. (continued)
Brisbane River: Metres UKC/Remarks
Entrance Beacons and Inner Bar Cutting 140 146
Entrance Beacons and Outer Bar Cutting 140 146
Fisherman Islands Swing Basin 140 13
Pelican Banks Reach to Hamilton Reach 91 06 / 09 (draft/tide)
Cement Australia Swing Basin 91 06 / 09 (draft/tide)
Pinkenba Swing Basin 91 06 / 09 (draft/tide)
Hamilton Swing Basin 91 06 / 09 (draft/tide)
23 49450S., 151 14600E.
23 49590S., 151 14810E.
Number Position Characteristic Remarks
CB1 23 4932S., 151 1545E. Fl.G.4s Light-beacon removed
CB2 23 4929S., 151 1509E. Fl.R.4s
CB3 23 4915S., 151 1523E. Fl.G.4s
CB4 23 4911S., 151 1485E. Fl.R.4s Light-beacon removed
T3 23 4797S., 151 1281E. Fl.G.4s Light-beacon removed
T4 23 4812S., 151 1287E. Fl.R.4s Light-beacon removed
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4717(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Gladstone - Friend Point to Laird Point - Dredging area.
Source: Australian Notice 19/953(T)/12
1. Until 31 January 2013, the dredger Gungner R and support vessels are conducting dredging operations between positions
23 4486S., 151 0944E. and 23 4473S., 151 1031E.
2. A 50m exclusion zone exists around the dredger.
3. Vessels will display appropriate lights and shapes and monitor VHF Ch 13, 15 and 16.
4. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - Aus 245 - Aus 819
4718(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Mackay - Depth information.
Source: Australian Notice 19/955(T)/12
1. Available depths as at 6 September 2012:
* Indicates new or revised entry.
2. Caution: Shoaler depths may occur in berthing pockets but are not considered to have an impact on shipping.
3. Former Notice 4007(T)/12 is cancelled.
Chart affected - Aus 250
4719(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Torres Strait - Madge Reef - Wreck. Buoy.
Source: Australian Notice 19/958(T)/12
1. A wreck marked by a special light-buoy, Fl.Y.25s, exists in position 10 3569S., 142 1447E. (WGS84 Datum)
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
Charts affected - Aus 292 - Aus 293 - Aus 299
Remarks Metres
Entrance Channel 82
Swing Basin 85
*Berth No 1 105
Berth No 3 127
Berth No 3 & 4 composite 124
Berth No 4 105
Berth No 5 122
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4720(P)/12 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Weipa - Light-beacons.
Source: Australian Notice 19/959(P)/12
1. On or about 12 October 2012, light-beacons will be established as follows:
2. Light-beacons will be renumbered as follows:
3.
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
Charts affected - Aus 4 - Aus 301
Name Position Characteristic Remarks
S1 12 4223S., 141 4004E. Fl.G.4s
S2 12 4214S., 141 4002E. Fl.R.4s
S3 12 4196S., 141 4136E. Fl.G.4s
S4 12 4187S., 141 4134E. Fl.R.4s Replaces charted Fairway beacon
Charted No New No Position
No 1 SC5 12 4174S., 141 4241E.
No 2 SC6 12 4165S., 141 4240E.
No 3 SC7 12 4154S., 141 4336E.
No 4 SC8 12 4146S., 141 4334E.
No 5 SC9 12 4134S., 141 4435E.
No 6 SC10 12 4125S., 141 4433E.
No 7 SC11 12 4113S., 141 4534E.
No 8 SC12 12 4104S., 141 4532E.
No 9 SC13 12 4092S., 141 4633E.
No 10 SC14 12 4084S., 141 4631E.
No 11 SC15 12 4072S., 141 4731E.
No 12 SC16 12 4063S., 141 4729E.
No 13 SC17 12 4050S., 141 4833E.
No 14 SC18 12 4042S., 141 4830E.
No 15 SC19 12 4042S., 141 4872E.
No 16 SC20 12 4031S., 141 4871E.
No 17 SC21 12 4034S., 141 4913E.
No 18 SC22 12 4020S., 141 4910E.
No 19 CS1 12 4092S., 141 5035E.
No 20 SC24 12 4016S., 141 4974E.
No 21 CS3 12 4111S., 141 5127E.
No 22 CS2 12 4070S., 141 5051E.
No 23 CS5 12 4144S., 141 5218E.
No 24 CS4 12 4095S., 141 5133E.
No 25 CN1 12 4029S., 141 5053E.
No 26 CS6 12 4112S., 141 5197E.
No 27 CN3 12 4013S., 141 5078E.
No 28 CN2 12 4020S., 141 5031E.
No 29 CN5 12 4007S., 141 5102E.
No 30 CN4 12 4018S., 141 5042E.
No 31 CN7 12 4017S., 141 5131E.
No 32 CN6 12 3998S., 141 5071E.
No 33 CN9 12 4035S., 141 5173E.
No 34 CN8 12 3992S., 141 5104E.
No 35 CN11 12 4064S., 141 5213E.
No 36 CN10 12 4001S., 141 5138E.
No 37 CN13 12 4081S., 141 5227E.
No 38 CN12 12 4008S., 141 5154E.
No 40 CN14 12 4059S., 141 5245E.
No 42 CN16 12 4070S., 141 5255E.
No 44 Cn18 12 4102S., 141 5280E.
Cora Bank W CBW 12 4039S., 141 5019E.
Cora Bank E CBE 12 4112S., 141 5234E.
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4721(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Northern Territory - Fenton Patches - Scientific instruments.
Source: Australian Notice 19/960(T)/12
1. Until 1 May 2013, special light-buoys, Fl.Y.3s, exist in the following positions (WGS84 Datum):
Charts affected - Aus 309 - Aus 722
4722(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Port Phillip - South Channel - Automatic Identification System.
Depth.
Source: Australian Notice 19/963(T)/12
1. A Virtual Aid to Navigation, with identification message TB1, exists in position 38 1811S., 144 4401E. (WGS84
Datum).
2. Shoaling with a least depth of 153m, exists in the vicinity and deep draught vessels should pass to the south of the position.
3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
Charts affected - Aus 144 - Aus 158
4723(T)/12 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Port Phillip - Williamstown Channel - Obstruction.
Source: Australian Notice 19/964(T)/12
1. An obstruction, with a least depth of 147m, exists in position 37 5218S., 144 5544E. (WGS84 Datum).
Charts affected - Aus 154 - Aus 155
4783(T)/12 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - South Coast - Wellington - Moa Point Southwards -
Buoyage.
Source: New Zealand Notice 20/167(T)/12
1. Subsea buoys have been deployed 2m off the seabed within an area bounded by the following positions:
(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)
2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.
Chart affected - NZ 4633
12 1517S., 130 4639E.
12 1410S., 130 5038E.
41 2135S., 174 4829E.
41 2146S., 174 4829E.
41 2140S., 174 4822E.
41 2140S., 174 4836E.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4736/12
On Chart 3204
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4736/12
On Chart 3458
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
NEW YORK HARBOR - LOWER BAY
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUL 2012
AND SURVEYS TO APR 2012
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)
AMBROSE CHANNEL 39.9 45.9 45.8 41.7 4-03 2000 9.2 45
SANDY HOOK CHANNEL (EAST) 34.4 39.2 38.9 32.3 7,8-11 800-2150 4.5 35
SANDY HOOK CHANNEL
(BAYSIDE)

16.5A

34.1

37.6

31.0

7,8-11; 1-12

800

2.3

35
CHAPEL HILL:
SOUTH CHANNEL (C) *29.0 *29.3 *29.9 *20.5 2,3-12 1000 2.6 30
NORTH CHANNEL (C) *29.0 *29.0 *27.2 *27.6 2,3-12 1000 2.2 30
TERMINAL CHANNEL (NAVY) 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 9-09 400-1050 0.8 B45
RARITAN BAY EAST REACH 32.5 38.6 37.7 32.8 4-12 600-800 3.9 35
RARITAN BAY WEST REACH 31.3 40.3 40.3 31.0 4-12 600 2.4 35

A. SEVERE SHOALING HAVING A MINIMUM DEPTH OF +1.2 FEET EXISTS IN THE ENTIRE WIDTH OF THE LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER OF
THE CHANNEL FROM APPROXIMATELY 402854.8 N 740022.8 W TO 402856.0 N 740015.9 W.
B. PROJECT DEPTHS IN THE TERMINAL CHANNEL AND TURNING BASIN ARE 45 FEET, EXCEPT AROUND PIERS 2 AND 3 WHERE THE
PROJECT DEPTH IS 35 FEET. DEPTHS SHOALER THAN PROJECT DEPTHS ARE CHARTED IN CHANNELS.
C. AN * DENOTES A SHOAL OBSTRUCTION. SPORADIC SHOAL OBSTRUCTIONS EXIST WITHIN THE CHANNEL BUT ARE NOT CHARTED.
CONSULT CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR LOCATION OF OBSTRUCTIONS.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION.


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
RARITAN BAY, ARTHUR KILL AND RARITAN RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUL 2012
AND SURVEYS TO JUN 2012
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)
RARITAN BAY EAST REACH 32.5 38.6 37.7 32.8 4-12 600-800 3.9 35
RARITAN BAY WEST REACH 31.3 40.3 40.3 31.0 4-12 600 2.4 35
SEGUINE POINT BEND 28.9 34.3 35.7 18.6 4,5-12 600-1000 1.2 35
RED BANK REACH 33.2 40.9 40.8 32.9 4,5-12 600 1.23 35
WARD POINT BEND (EAST) 28.9 38.9 36.1 26.9 4,5-12 600-800 1.13 35
WARD POINT BEND (WEST) 34.3 35.3 32.7 29.0 4,5-12 600-800 1.35 35
OUTERBRIDGE REACH 31.9 35.4 36.0 34.1 4,5-11;4,5-12 600-840 1.6 35
PORT SOCONY REACH 33.1 34.0 34.5 32.0 4,5-11 600-800 0.87 35
PORT READING REACH 32.4 34.2 34.1 26.0 4,5-11 500-850 1.8 35
FRESH KILLS REACH 33.1 34.6 35.9 32.2 4,5-11 500 1.65 35
RARITAN RIVER CUTOFF (A) 7.5 16.2 17.7 15.2 6-12 600-1740 1.0 20
WARD POINT SECONDARY CHANNEL 18.5 18.8 18.5 18.3 4,5-12 400 0.83 30
GREAT BEDS REACH (B) 17.4 20.3 20.3 19.5 8-11 300 0.76 25
SOUTH AMBOY REACH (B) 17.8 19.8 19.8 16.4 8-11 300 1.2 25
A. CONTROLLING DEPTHS ARE REFERENCED FROM SEAWARD WHEN ENTERING FROM RARITAN RIVER
B. THE CORPS. OF ENGINEERS REPORTS MIDDLE HALF OF CHANNEL.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION
* 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.


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4736/12
On Chart 3459
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4768/12
On Chart 2818
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
NEW YORK HARBOR - LOWER BAY
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUL 2012
AND SURVEYS TO APR 2012
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)
AMBROSE CHANNEL 39.9 45.9 45.8 41.7 4-03 2000 9.2 45
SANDY HOOK CHANNEL (EAST) 34.4 39.2 38.9 32.3 7,8-11 800-2150 4.5 35
SANDY HOOK CHANNEL (BAYSIDE) 16.5A 34.1 37.6 31.0 7,8-11;1-12 800 2.3 35
CHAPEL HILL:
SOUTH CHANNEL (C) *29.0 *29.3 *29.9 *20.5 2,3-12 1000 2.6 30
NORTH CHANNEL (C) *29.0 *29.0 *27.2 *27.6 2,3-12 1000 2.2 30
TERMINAL CHANNEL (NAVY) 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 9-09 400-1050 0.8 B45
TURNING BASIN (NAVY) 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 9-09 400-2300 0.6 B45
RARITAN BAY EAST REACH 32.5 38.6 37.7 32.8 4-12 600-800 3.9 35
A. SEVERE SHOALING HAVING A MINIMUM DEPTH OF +1.2 FEET EXISTS IN THE ENTIRE WIDTH OF THE LEFT OUTSIDE QUARTER
OF THE CHANNEL FROM APPROXIMATELY 402854.8 N 740022.8 W TO 402856.0 N 740015.9 W.
B. PROJECT DEPTHS IN THE TERMINAL CHANNEL AND TURNING BASIN ARE 45 FEET, EXCEPT AROUND PIERS 2 AND 3 WHERE
THE PROJECT DEPTH IS 35 FEET. DEPTHS SHOALER THAN PROJECT DEPTHS ARE CHARTED IN CHANNELS.
C. AN * DENOTES A SHOAL OBSTRUCTION. SPORADIC SHOAL OBSTRUCTIONS EXIST WITHIN THE CHANNEL BUT ARE NOT
CHARTED. CONSULT CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR LOCATION OF OBSTRUCTIONS.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
ST. MARYS ENTRANCE
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUN 2012
AND SURVEYS TO JUN 2012
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)
ENTRANCE CHANNEL 46.0 47.8 48.5 41.5 6-12 500 8.3 46
RANGE A 42.8 46.7 45.1 42.2 10-11 482 1.34 42
RANGE A1, A2 43.8 43.3 40.9 37.8 9,10-11 591-834 0.66 42
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4769/12
On Chart 2810
CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
BRUNSWICK HARBOR
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF JUL 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT
MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW)
PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE
OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)

LENGTH
(MILES)

DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
ST SIMONS RANGE 31.5 H35.0 35.5 32.0 7-12 500 9.7 38
PLANTATION CREEK RANGE (A) 35.0 39.0 42.0 42.0 7-12 400 1.8 36
JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE (B) 39.5 39.0 38.0 37.0 7-12 400 1.9 36
CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE (C) 37.0 36.5 36.0 33.5 7-12 400 1.4 36
BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE 36.0 36.0 38.0 37.0 7-12 400 2.4 36
TURTLE RIVER LOWER RANGE 37.0 37.5 37.5 37.0 7-12 400 1.8 36
BLYTHE ISLAND RANGE 30.0 29.0 28.0 27.0 7-12 300 1.5 30
TURTLE RIVER UPPER RANGE 30.5 30.0 28.5 27.0 7-12 300 2.7 30
EAST RIVER (D)
ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE (E)

35.5

36.0

36.5

36.5

7-12

400

1.2

37-41
SECOND AVE TO MAYORS POINT J35.5 37.0 36.5 36.0 7-12 400 1.0 36
SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER (F & G) 37.5 37.5 37.0 35.0 7-12 400 1.3 36
A. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF PLANTATION CREEK RANGE AND JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE LEAST DEPTHS WERE 46.0
FEET, LOCATED 100 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT, AND 52.0 FEET, LOCATED 400 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT
FROM THE LEFT SIDE.
B. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF JEKYLL ISLAND RANGE AND CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS 38.0
FEET, LOCATED 75 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
C. THE WIDENER AT INTERSECTION OF CEDAR HAMMOCK RANGE AND BRUNSWICK POINT CUT RANGE LEAST DEPTH WAS
36.5 FEET, LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
D. THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 35.0 FEET 100 FEET FROM BACKSIDE, 35.0 FEET 400 FEET FROM
BACKSIDE AND 35.0 FEET 600 FEET FROM BACKSIDE.
E. THE EAST RIVER ENTRANCE TO SECOND AVE WIDENER LEAST DEPTHS WERE 25.5 FEET, LOCATED 50 FEET INSIDE THE
CHANNEL LIMIT AND 33.0 FEET LOCATED 150 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE LEFT SIDE, AND 41.0 FEET
LOCATED 75 FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMIT FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
F. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER TURNING BASIN LEAST DEPTHS WERE 40.0 FEET, 100 FEET AND 41.0 FEET, 400 FEET
FROM THE LEFT SIDE AND 40.5 FEET, 100 FEET AND 39.0 FEET, 400 FEET FROM THE RIGHT SIDE.
G. THE SOUTH BRUNSWICK RIVER GPA DOCK LEAST DEPTHS WERE 38.0 FEET ALONG THE DOCK AND 36.0 FEET ON THE
RIGHT SIDE.
H. EXCEPT FOR A 35 FEET OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY OF JUL 2006 AT 310415.5N;
0811657.4W.
J. EXCEPT FOR A DANGEROUS WRECK LOCATED IN APPROXIMATE POSITION 310849.8N; 0812959.3W.
NOTE - FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS, DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 50
FEET INSIDE THE CHANNEL LIMITS. (EXCEPT FOR THE EAST RIVER TURNING BASIN)
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


Wk43/12
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4770/12
On Chart 2807
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4834/2012
On Chart 1371
CHARTS 2422 AND 2869: POSITIONS
Positions on chart 1371 differ from those on
charts 2422 and 2869 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 4834/2012
On Chart 2403
CHARTS 1358 AND 3947: POSITIONS
To agree with adjoining chart 3947 and
smaller scale chart 1358 which are referred to
Revised Kertau Datum, positions read from
chart 2403 must be adjusted by 011 minutes
EASTWARD.

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)
SAVANNAH RIVER
TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF AUG 2012
CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS
NAME OF CHANNEL
LEFT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
LEFT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
INSIDE
QUARTER
RIGHT
OUTSIDE
QUARTER
DATE OF
SURVEY
WIDTH
(FEET)
LENGTH
(MILES)
DEPTH
MLLW
(FEET)
TYBEE RANGE 42.0 43.5 44.0 42.0 8-12 600 3.79 44
BLOODY POINT RANGE 40.5 43.0 43.5 41.5 8-12 600 3.41 44
JONES ISLAND RANGE 41.5 43.0 44.0 44.0 8-12 600 1.33 44
TYBEE KNOLL CUT RANGE 42.0 44.5 44.0 43.5 8-12 500 2.84 42
NEW CHANNEL RANGE (A) 35.5 41.0 43.0 42.5 8-12 500 1.89 42
L. I. CROSSING RANGE 40.5 40.5 41.5 41.0 8-12 500 3.03 42
LOWER FLATS RANGE 39.5 44.0 44.0 42.5 8-12 500 1.52 42
UPPER FLATS RANGE 45.0 44.5 46.0 42.0 8-12 500 1.33 42
THE BIGHT CHANNEL 44.5 45.5 47.5 47.5 8-12 500 1.7 42
FT. JACKSON RANGE 42.5 45.5 46.0 45.0 8-12 500 0.76 42
OGLETHORPE RANGE 43.5 45.0 45.0 46.0 8-12 500 1.33 42
WRECKS CHANNEL (B) 41.5 45.5 46.5 45.5 8-12 500 1.7 42
CITY FRONT CHANNEL 41.0 44.5 46.0G 38.0 8-12 500 1.7 42
MARSH ISLAND CHANNEL (C) 40.0H 40.5 43.5 42.0 8-12 500 1.9 42
KINGS ISLAND CHANNEL (D) 38.0 39.0 40.5 38.0J 8-12 500 2.46 42
WHITEHALL CHANNEL (E) 36.5 39.5 38.5 39.0 8-12 400 0.66 42-36
PORT WENTWORTH CHANNEL (F) 30.0K 28.0 26.0 32.0 12-94; 8-12 200 1.33 30
A. OYSTER BED I. TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 43.0 FT, 40.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE.
B. LAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 39.0 FT, 37.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. FIG IS
C. RSH ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 29.5 FT, 32.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. MA
D. ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 42.0 FT, 36.5 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. KINGS
E. RGYLE ISLAND TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 26.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. A
F. ORT WENTWORTH TURNING BASIN-CONTROLLING DEPTH 26.0 FT, 17.0 FT 100 FT FROM BACKSIDE. P
G. EXCEPT FOR A 41 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY AT 320500.06N 810527.07W.
H. EXCEPT FOR A 39 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY AT 320518.29N 810558.99W.
J. EXCEPT FOR A 38 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY AT 320727.45N 810802.29W.
K. EXC PT FOR A 31 FOOT OBSTRUCTION LOCATED BY A NOS SURVEY AT 320915.04N 810911.46W. E
NOTE : AT MEAN HIGH WATER, DEPTHS ARE ABOUT 7 FEET GREATER AT LOWER END OF THE HARBOR AND 7.7 FEET
GREATER AT UPPER END OF HARBOR.
NOTE : FOR THE LEFT OUTSIDE AND RIGHT OUTSIDE QUARTERS, DEPTHS GIVEN REPRESENT CONDITIONS 75 FEET INSIDE
THE CHANNEL LIMITS.
NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION


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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4834/2012
On Chart 3446
CHART 1374: POSITIONS
To agree with larger scale chart 1374 which is
referred to Revised Kertau Datum, positions
read from chart 3446 must be adjusted by 002
minutes NORTHWARD and 010 minutes
EASTWARD.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4834/2012
On Chart 3542
CHARTS 66, 2422, 3446, 3447 AND 3961:
POSITIONS
Positions on chart 3542 differ from those on
charts 66, 2422, 3446, 3447 and 3961 by
varying amounts; positions should be
transferred by bearing and distance from
common charted objects, not by latitude and
longitude.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4764/12
On Chart 3555
RESTRICTED AREA
(60316N 5063E)
Mariners are warned not to anchor, fish, trawl,
dive or engage in any form of seabed activity
in the area.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4764/12
On Chart 3556
RESTRICTED AREA
(60316N 5063E)
Mariners are warned not to anchor, fish, trawl,
dive or engage in any form of seabed activity
in the area.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4777/12
On Chart 1378
DANGER ZONE
(21287N 157413W)
Dates and hours for weapons firing along with
information regarding onshore signals will be
promulgated by U.S. Coastguard local Notices
to Mariners. For further information see
Admiralty Sailing Directions.
To accompany Notice to Mariners 4778/12
On Chart 2268
MARINA ACCESS ROUTE
(503540N 22675W)
All vessels transiting to and from Portland
Marina are recommended to use the Marina
Access Route and observe the International
Port Traffic Signals displayed on the
breakwater heads.
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4724/12. Image Size (mm) 81.7 by 147.1
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4727/12. Image Size (mm) 61 by 60.5
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4737/12. Image Size (mm) 75.4 by 119.8
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4738/12. Image Size (mm) 180.3 by 118.9
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4739/12. Image Size (mm) 37.9 by 47.1
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4740/12. Image Size (mm) 180.8 by 182.3
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To accompany Notice to Mariners 4741/12. Image Size (mm) 129.5 by 190.5
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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
See The Mariners Handbook (2009 Edition). It is recommended that the warnings reprinted below should be kept in a file or
book, followed by subsequent weekly reprints. Only the most convenient Admiralty Chart is quoted. All warnings issued
within the previous 42 days are broadcast via SafetyNET and/or NAVTEX.
The complete texts of all in-force NAVAREA I warnings, including those which are no longer being broadcast, are
available from www.ukho.gov.uk/RNW. Additionally, a quarterly cumulative list of the complete text of all in-force
NAVAREA I Warnings is included in Section III of the Weekly NM Bulletin in Weeks 1, 13, 26 and 39 each year.
Alternatively, these may be requested by e-mail from NAVAREA I Co-ordinator at: navwarnings@btconnect.com
The RNW web page also contains a link to the IHO website which allows direct access to all the other NAVAREA
Co-ordinators around the world who have made their NAVAREA warnings available on the web.
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Weekly Edition 43, 25 October 2012 (published on the UKHO Website 15 October 2012).
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(1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 43
The following NAVAREA I warnings were in force at 150500 UTC Oct 12. Those issued since the last Weekly Edition are
reprinted below:

2011 series: 303.
2012 series: 220 227 256 277 279 286 290 291 296 297 298 301 302 305 306.

301 ENGLAND, South-west Coast. Godrevy Island. Chart BA 1149.
1. New Light, Fl.W/R 10 sec 28 metres 8M established 50-14.56N 005-24.01W with sectors in degrees as follows:
W 022-101, R 101-145 and W 145-272.
2. Former light close south discontinued.

302 Navarea I warnings in force at 121000 UTC Oct 12. Cancel 295/12.

303 Cancelled. Cancel 212/12.

304 Cancelled. Cancel 274/12

305 NORTH SEA, UK SECTOR. Teal and Guillemot Oilfields. Chart BA 2182B (INT 1042). Seismic survey in
progress by M/V Polarcus Adira towing 8 x 6000 metre long cables in area bounded by 56-55N, 57-24N, 000-23E
and 000-37E. Guard vessel Jan Van Gent in attendance. Wide berth requested.

306 1. RIGLIST. Correct at 150500 UTC Oct 12.

Southern North Sea: 51 to 55N.
53-43.6N 003-05.1E Noble Al White
54-02.6N 004-34.2E GSP Saturn
54-17.6N 005-32.4E Noble Ronald Hoope

North Sea: 55 to 60N, East of 5W and the Baltic Sea.
55-55.5N 004-10.4E Noble George Sauvageau
NEW 56-31.2N 003-14.3E Maersk Innovator
56-35.0N 002-00.1E Wilhunter
56-41.7N 002-14.7E Maersk Resilient
56-50.9N 001-35.8E Ocean Guardian
56-56.9N 002-09.2E Ensco 101
57-14.4N 002-26.6E Maersk Guardian
57-23.2N 000-55.4E GSF Galaxy 2
57-43.8N 001-21.8E Rowan Gorilla 7
NEW 57-47.4N 000-38.4W Transocean Prospect
57-52.6N 001-37.0E Rowan Gorilla 6
57-53.8N 001-11.9W GSF Arctic 3
57-59.7N 000-11.7E Sedco 711
58-00.1N 002-07.8E Maersk Giant
58-01.4N 000-13.4E Ocean Nomad
58-15.3N 000-05.7E Wilphoenix
58-18.1N 001-42.4W Sedco 704
58-23.3N 000-27.9E Noble Ton van Langeveld
58-29.4N 000-21.6E Ocean Princess
58-50.4N 002-31.0E Ocean Vanguard
59-24.2N 002-22.1E Transocean Barents
59-32.8N 001-59.2E Transocean Winner




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3.2
Norwegian Sea: 60 to 65N, East of 5W.
60-36.7N 001-53.3E Sedco 714
60-42.9N 003-30.4E West Venture
60-44.2N 002-29.5W Paul B Loyd Jr
60-52.3N 003-08.2W West Phoenix
NEW 60-52.5N 003-29.8E Stena Don
61-02.3N 002-20.3E West Elara
61-05.9N 002-16.6E Deepsea Atlantic
61-06.6N 002-15.1E Songa Dee
61-15.7N 004-59.8W COSL Pioneer
61-18.6N 002-21.5E Scarabeo 5
NEW 61-19.2N 002-04.0E Bideford Dolphin
61-19.7N 003-10.7W Stena Carron
61-28.1N 001-43.8W West Navigator
61-29.6N 001-25.7E Stena Spey
61-30.9N 000-57.1E Transocean John Shaw
61-35.4N 002-45.2E Borgland Dolphin
61-35.6N 001-57.2E Songa Delta
61-37.8N 001-16.9E Byford Dolphin
62-02.7N 001-30.2E Bredford Dolphin
64-46.8N 006-59.4E Transocean Searcher

South and West Coasts of the British Isles.
54-04.5N 003-40.4W Noble Byron Welliver

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 300/12.

Cancel 246/12. ANM 4325/12 refers.
Cancel 249/12. ANM 4317/12 refers.
Cancel 255/12. ANM 4522/12 refers.

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4.1
[43/12]
UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
NP8 Pacific Coasts of Central America and United
States Pilot (2010 Edition)
United States of America West coast Reading
Rock to Point St George Directions; Light
380-381
Paragraph 11.101 5 lines 5-6 Replace by:
... is moored 1 mile Wof NWSeal Rock, fromwhich a
light is exhibited. There is a ...
US OCS Notice 41/18600/12
(SDD 2012000 203035) [43/12]
NP32 China Sea Pilot Volume 3 (2011 Edition)
China Yellow Sea Rizhao Gang Anchorage
318
After Paragraph 8.74 6 Insert:
7 Tanker 350860N P2 Light Buoy (special)
1194940E marks NW corner and P1
Light Buoy (special)
marks NE corner.
Chinese Notice 37/1452/12
(SDD 2012000 188367) [43/12]
NP33 Philippine Islands Pilot (2011 Edition)
Philippines Luzon Port Alabat Light
418
Paragraph11.752 line11Add: Alight (whitesteel pipe, 4 m
in height) is exhibited from the rock.
After Paragraph 11.75 3 line 4 Insert:
Useful mark:
Light (white steel pipe, 4 m in height) (140599N
1220038E) exhibited from the causeway head.
Philippines Notice 8/167/12
(SDD 2012000 182432) [43/12]
NP37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot
(2011 Edition)
England Southwest coast St Ives Bay
Directions; light
68
Paragraph 2.36 2 lines 1-4 Replace by:
2 Godrevy Island disused lighthouse (white octagonal
tower, 26 m height) (501455N 52403W), which
stands in the centre of the island, with a light (2.38)
close NE.
69
Paragraph 2.38 5 line 5 For NW of Godrevy Island Light
Read NW of Godrevy Island
After Paragraph 2.38 6 line 5 Insert:
Useful mark:
Godrevy Island Light (metal framework structure 4 m
in height, atop a rock pinnacle) (501456N
52401W).
Trinity House
(SDD 2012000 202697) [43/12]
NP40 Irish Coast Pilot (2010 Edition)
Southwest coast of Ireland Bantry Bay
Castletownbere Arrival information; directions
76
After Paragraph 3.74 and beneath Arrival information Insert:
Port operations
3.74a
1 See 3.95 for details of broadcast requirements.
80
Paragraph 3.95 1 including existing Section IV Notice Week
11/12 Replace by:
1 The principal entrance channel to Castletownbere leads
W of Dinish Island. It is narrow with a width of 35 m, and
a dredged depth of 60 m (2012) on the leading line (3.96).
There is also a small channel N of Dinish Island suitable
only for boats; it is spanned by a bridge with a vertical
clearance of 72 m.
2 Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre within
the principal entrance channel should broadcast their
intention to transit the channel on VHF Channel 16 when:
Inbound from SW, on passing Colt Rock Light Beacon
(513807N 95510W) (3.85).
Inbound fromE, in position 1 mile Eof Walter Scott Rock
(513857N 95426W) (3.96).
Outbound, preparing to depart the harbour.
Harbour Master Castletownbere Fishery Harbour Centre and
BA Chart 1840
(SDD 2012000 198266) [43/12]
Wk43/12
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4.2
East coast of Ireland Belfast Lough Pilotage
234-235
Existing Section IV Notices Weeks 34/12 and 42/12, Paragraph
7.100 2 lines 1-13 Replace by:
2 Pilot station and boarding. The pilots are stationed at
Belfast and board vessels at one of three positions, lettered
A to C:
A. For vessels with a draught greater than 102 m
(deep-draught) in position 544370N 54050W
about 1 miles SE of Cloghan Jetty (544418N
54235W).
B. For vessels of over 100 mLOAin position 544210N
54440W about 1 miles ENE of the entrance to
Victoria Channel.
C. For vessels over 75 m but less than 100 m in length in
position 544090N54850Wclose Wof No 4 Light
Buoy.
Pilot launches are painted black with orange
superstructure and the word PILOT in black letters on each
side.
Belfast Harbour Master
(SDD 2012000 206953) [43/12]
NP51 New Zealand Pilot (2010 Edition)
South Island Queen Charlotte Sound
Directions; light
115
After Paragraph 4.164 2 line 2 Insert:
SE of Farnham Point (411035S 1741202E) from
where a light (white metal tower, 6m in height) is
exhibited, thence:
New Zealand Notice 20/163/12
(SDD 2012000 197483) [43/12]
NP57B Norway Pilot Volume 2B (2012 Edition)
Lepsyrevet Depths; directions
140
Paragraph 4.130 1 line 8 For buoyed Read dredged
Paragraph 4.131 1 Replace by:
1 A channel through Lepsyrevet has a dredged
depth of 11 m (2012) over a width of about cable.
Paragraph 4.135 1 line 8 and 9 Replace by:
...(62354N 6158E), to a position about 7 cables
SW of Sre Kverna Light at the entrance to a
dredged channel.
140-141
Paragraph 4.136 1 2 and 3 Replace by:
1 From a position about 7 cables SW of Sre Kverna
Light (62354N 6147E) the track leads NE through
a dredged channel (4.131) marked by light beacons
(lateral) to a position about 6 cables NE of Sre
Kverna Light.
Thence the track continues NE, at night in a white
sector (203-237), astern of Sre Kverna Light to a
position ENE of Hestya (62365N 6151E).
Useful mark:
Lepsyrevet Light (62364N 6158E) (4.135).
(Directions continue at 4.155)
141
Paragraph 4.138 2 line 4 and 5 Replace by:
Thence the track continues NNE to a position about
7 cables SW of Sre Kverna Light at the entrance to
a dredged channel.
Norwegion Notice 17/44949/12 and ENC NO5E1512
(SDD 2012000 188478) [43/12]
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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS
Vol A Edition 2012/13. Weekly Edition No. 43, Dated 25 October 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
EAST COAST. FIRTH OF FORTH. MORTIMER'S DEEP. BRAEFOOT BAY TERMINAL
A29155 Remove from list; deleted
WEST COAST. SOUND OF JURA. ISLAY. PORT ELLEN
A42495 - Entrance. Sgeir Nan Ron 55 3762 N
6 1160 W
Q R . . 3 Metal pole
* *
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Vol B Edition 2012/13. Weekly Edition No. 43, Dated 25 October 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
KARMSUNDET
B3447
NO, , 121571
- Nordheim. Salhusstraumen 59 2277 N
5 1777 E
Iso G 6s . . . . . . Floodlit
*
KOBBELEIA
B38032
NO, , 162452
- Kjrringskjret.
Kjerringholmen
60 1982 N
5 0930 E
F R . . . . . . Floodlit
*
B38033
NO, , 162451
- Kjrringskjret. Vestre
Steinsundholmen
60 1971 N
5 0927 E
Iso G 2s . . . . . . Floodlit
*
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Vol C Edition 2012/13. Weekly Edition No. 43, Dated 25 October 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
C2266 Nyhamnslge 56 1464 N
12 3188 E
Fl(3)WRG 9s 6 W 8
R 6
G 5
Post R330-0105(405) Bearing 330 is
the approximate SE shoreline limit,
G0105-0445(34),
W0445-0552(107),
R0552-1046(494),
G1046-1249(203),
W1249-1372(123),
R1372-145(78) Bearing 145 is
the approximate NW shoreline limit
*
GULF OF GDASK
C30824
PL, 521, 0088
- Gorki Zachodnie. Eastward.
Gdask-Wschd
54 2241 N
18 5225 E
Fl Y 4s 5 3 Yellow dolphin fl 1.
Marks outfall pipe
- - - - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992611500
* * * * * * * *
PAKRI LAHT. VIKE-PAKRI ISLAND
C3769
EE, , 403
- Vike-Pakri 59 2144 N
23 5872 E
Fl W 6s 34 7 Red and white square
metal framework
tower with planking
16
fl 06.
TE 2012
*
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Vol C Edition 2012/13 continued.
WEST COAST
C42561
FI, , 7356
- Ldg Lts 0205. Rear. 08M
from front. Lilla Svartbdan
63 0692 N
20 4964 E
LFl W 6s 8 W 6 Yellow U, red stripe fl 2.
Vis 017-025(8)
* *
WEST COAST. VAASA. APPROACHES
C4276
FI, , 7354
FI, , 7416
- Nagelprick. Ldg Lts 1115.
Front
63 0695 N
21 2219 E
Q Y 5 7 Red U, yellow stripe Vis 1075-1155(8).
Ra refl
- - - - . . Fl G 3s 9 2 . . fl 03.
Ra refl
*
WEST COAST. KRISTIINANKAUPUNKI
C43296
FI, , 7285
- Aallonmurtaja. Breakwater.
Head
62 1559 N
21 1860 E
Q W 7 2 Grey post TE 2012
*
C5150
FI, , 11567
Esbo. TV mast 60 1066 N
24 3840 E
Fl W 15s 374 40 Mast
*
HELSINKI AND APPROACHES
C5158
FI, , 11427
- Pihlajasaari. Ldg Lts 042.
Front. Melkinpaasi
60 0772 N
24 5400 E
Q W 5 5 Yellow U, red stripe Vis 2 each side of leading line
* *
C5170
FI, , 11445
- Valkosaari. E Side. Ldg Lts
355. Front
60 0957 N
24 5802 E
Q R 2 6 White round tower,
red band
Vis 286-018(92)
*
C51701
FI, , 11446
- Valkosaari. E Side. Ldg Lts
355. Rear. 240m from front
60 0970 N
24 5800 E
Iso WRG 4s 7 W 7
R 1
G 1
White round tower,
red band
W135-213(78), G213-237(24),
W237-260(23), R260-271(11),
G271-283(12), W283-293(10),
R293-006(73)
* * *
C5173
FI, , 11448
- Srnisten. Ldg Lts 3249.
Front
60 1090 N
24 5774 E
Iso R 6s 7 2 White &, red stripe Vis 320-332(12)
*
C51731
FI, , 11449
- Srnisten. Ldg Lts 3249.
Rear. 104m from front
60 1095 N
24 5767 E
Iso R 6s 12 2 White &, red stripe Vis 320-332(12)
* *
C517551
FI, , 11684
- Pihlajasaari. Ldg Lts
2515. Rear. 280m from
front
60 0821 N
24 5505 E
UQ(5)Y 6s 10 2 Yellow U, black top (fl 02, ec 01) x 4, fl 02, ec 46.
Vis 248-256(8)
* * *
C5193
FI, , 28364
- Santahamina. Ldg Lts
0555. Front
60 0784 N
25 0101 E
Q W 16 7 Red U, yellow stripe Vis 4 each side of leading line
*
C51931
FI, , 28365
- Santahamina. Ldg Lts
0555. Rear. 870m from
front
60 0810 N
25 0177 E
LFl W 6s 30 7 Red U, yellow stripe fl 2.
Vis 4 each side of leading line
*
C5195
FI, , 11425
- Remmarholmen 60 0787 N
24 5964 E
VQ(2)WRG 4s 11 5 White lantern on red
round concrete tower
fl 05, ec 05, fl 05, ec 25.
G328-347(19), W347-359(12),
R359-007(8), G007-031(24),
W031-044(13), R044-077(33),
G077-121(44), W121-141(20),
R141-198(57)
* *
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Vol C Edition 2012/13 continued.
C5202
FI, , 11638
- Isosaari. Ldg Lts 139.
Front
60 0632 N
25 0364 E
F R 2 2 White U, red stripe Vis 4 each side of leading line.
Fishing
*
C52021
FI, , 11617
- Isosaari. Ldg Lts 139. Rear 60 0623 N
25 0379 E
F R 11 2 White U, red stripe Vis 4 each side of leading line.
Fishing
* *
C5203
FI, , 21483
- Etelniemi. Ldg Lts 1403.
Front
60 0815 N
25 0181 E
Q Y 1s 9 4 Yellow U, red stripe fl 015.
Vis 135-143(8)
* *
C52031
FI, , 21484
- Etelniemi. Ldg Lts 1403.
Rear
60 0814 N
25 0182 E
LFl Y 6s 14 5 Yellow U, red stripe fl 2.
Vis 135-143(8)
* *
C521451 - Santahamina Island.
Warning. No 1
60 0874 N
25 0490 E
Fl R . . . . . . Occas, when firing in progress
*
C521452 - Santahamina Island.
Warning. No 2
60 0823 N
25 0306 E
Fl R . . . . . . Occas, when firing in progress
*
EAST COAST. NYKPING. APPROACHES
C6794 - Ledskr 58 4211 N
17 1329 E
Iso WRG 3s 7 W 7
R 5
G 4
White lantern G3599-0407(408),
W0407-0527(12),
R0527-0885(358),
G0885-113(245),
R113-1785(655),
G1785-198(195),
W198-2005(25),
R2005-2301(296),
G2301-3092(791),
R3092-3599(507)
* *
C6795 - Slgrund 58 4293 N
17 0852 E
Fl(2)WRG 6s 6 W 6
R 4
G 3
Green hut, white
band
G2908-3006(98),
W3006-3207(201),
R3207-0512(905),
G0512-1206(694),
R1206-1571(365)
*
EAST COAST. OXELSUND. APPROACHES. HVRINGE-LFJRD CHANNEL
C6810 - Korpholmen 58 4057 N
17 0864 E
Fl(2)WRG 6s 4 W13
R10
G 9
White lantern, green
band
G231-2457(147),
W2457-2497(4),
R2497-2581(84),
G2581-0017(1036),
W0017-0042(25),
R0042-0586(544).
Floodlit
*
EAST COAST. OXELSUND. APPROACHES
C6816 - Korsholmen 58 3965 N
17 0806 E
Fl(2)WRG 6s 3 W 8
R 6
G 5
White lantern G0752-0934(182),
W0934-099(56),
R099-1699(709),
G1699-2369(67),
W2369-2438(69),
R2438-2588(15),
G2588-262(32),
W262-2641(21),
R2641-2741(10).
Floodlit
*
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C6818 - Beten. W Side 58 3873 N
17 0843 E
Fl(2)WRG 6s 12 W13
R10
G 8
White lantern G305-3325(275) Bearing 305 is
the approximate SE shoreline limit,
W3325-3435(11),
R3435-0285(45),
G0285-063(345),
W063-0665(35),
R0665-075(85),
G086-125(39), W125-132(7),
R132-155(23) Bearing 155 is the
approximate NW shoreline limit.
Floodlit
* *
C6820 - Ljungskr. SW Side. Ldg
Lt 0188. Front
58 3913 N
17 0771 E
Fl(4)WRG 12s 7 W13
R10
G 8
White tower
6
G270-323(53) Bearing 270 is the
approximate shoreline limit,
W323-327(4), R327-346(19),
G346-0175(315),
W0175-0225(5),
R0225-035(125),
G035-050(15), R050-071(21),
G071-1345(635),
W1345-142(75), R142-190(48)
Bearing 190 is the approximate N
shoreline limit.
Floodlit. Rear daymark approximately
350m from front
* *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
NORTH-WEST COAST. RA DE CORME Y LAGE
D1732
ES, I, 03760
- Punta Laxe 43 1393 N
9 0066 W
Fl(5)W 20s 64 20 White truncated
conical tower
11
(fl 01, ec 24) x 4, fl 01, ec 99.
Range 10M (T) 2012
*
WEST COAST. RIO TEJO. PORTO DE LISBOA
D2127183
PT, I, 21244
- NATO Fuel Pier. E
Dolphin
38 4037 N
9 1490 W
Fl G 5s 9 3 Green post
4
fl 15
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
E00882
ES, II, 22059
Puerto de Adra. Dique de
Poniente. Jetty. S Head
36 4450 N
3 0120 W
Fl(2)R 6s 9 5 Red post on white
base
4
fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 4.
Sync with E00884
* * * * * * * *
E00884
ES, II, 22060
Puerto de Adra. Dique de
Poniente. Jetty. N Head
36 4449 N
3 0116 W
Fl(2)R 6s 8 3 Red truncated conical
tower
6
fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 4.
140-030(250).
Sync with E00882
* *
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E00887
ES, II, 22080
Puerto de Adra. Pier. Head 36 4474 N
3 0118 W
Fl(2+1)G 145s 4 1 Green post, red band
2
fl 05, ec 1, fl 05, ec 3, fl 05, ec 9
* * * * * * * *
E00888
ES, II, 22078
Puerto de Adra. Pier. Head 36 4468 N
3 0118 W
Fl(4)G 115s 3 1 Green post
2
(fl 05, ec 15) x 3, fl 05, ec 5
* * * * * * * *
GOLFO DI ORISTANO
E110785
IT, , 14028
- D1 39 5424 N
8 2896 E
Fl Y 4s 5 2 Yellow x on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
E11102
IT, , 14027
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. N1 39 5391 N
8 2413 E
Fl Y 4s 3 2 Yellow on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
E11104
IT, , 14024
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. M1 39 5519 N
8 2392 E
Fl Y 4s 3 2 Yellow on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
E11105
IT, , 14023
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. A1 39 5843 N
8 2352 E
Fl Y 4s 4 2 Yellow on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * *
E11115
IT, , 14034
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. E1 39 5964 N
8 1835 E
Fl Y 4s 10 2 Yellow on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * *
E11116
IT, , 14029
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. E 39 5988 N
8 1835 E
Fl Y 4s 3 2 Yellow on buoyant
beacon
fl 05.
Private
* * * * * * * *
E11117
IT, , 14035
Isolotto Mal di Ventre. G1 39 5925 N
8 1807 E
Fl Y 4s 8 2 Yellow on post fl 05.
Private
* * * * *
E11572
IT, , 1480
Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Molo Salvo. Inner Spur.
Head
43 5256 N
8 0161 E
Fl R 3s 9
7
3 Red post
6
fl 05.
F R (T) 2012
* * * * * * * *
GULF OF GENOA
E11575
IT, , 1486
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Molo di San Lazzaro. Elbow
43 5260 N
8 0180 E
Fl G 3s 11 8 Green tower
5
fl 1
* * * * * * * *
E1158
IT, , 1488
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Molo Pastorelli. Head
43 5266 N
8 0140 E
F G 7 2 Green post
6
Fl G 3s (T) 2012
* * * * *
E1160
IT, , 1493
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Banchina Medaglie d'Oro.
Head. NE
43 5263 N
8 0128 E
F R 11 2 Red post
7
* * * * *
E1161
IT, , 1495
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Hall del Mare. Primario jetty.
E Side
43 5270 N
8 0160 E
Fl Y 3s 6 3 Yellow x on post
3
fl 1.
TE 2012
* * * * * * * *
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E11615
IT, , 14952
- Imperia. Porto Maurizio.
Hall del Mare. Primario jetty.
W Side
43 5260 N
8 0150 E
Fl Y 3s 6 3 Yellow x on post
3
fl 1.
TE 2012
* * * * * * * *
E1162
IT, , 1498
- Imperia. Oneglia. Molo
Artiglio II. Head
43 5301 N
8 0243 E
Fl(2)G 6s 14 8 Green truncated
conical tower
8
fl 1, ec 1, fl 1, ec 3.
Safety distance 30m. Fl(2) G 7s (T)
2012
* * * *
E1163
IT, , 1500
- Imperia. Oneglia. Inner
mole. Head
43 5300 N
8 0230 E
Fl(2)R 6s 9 8 Red truncated conical
tower
6
fl 1, ec 1, fl 1, ec 3.
Fl(2) R 3s (T) 2012
* * * * * * * *
E1164
IT, , 1502
- Imperia. Oneglia. Molo
Aicardi. Head
43 5311 N
8 0247 E
F R 8 3 Red truncated conical
tower
6
Safety distance 25m
* * * *
PORTO DI BRINDISI
E2202
IT, , 3626
- Castello a Mare 40 3932 N
17 5805 E
Fl(4)W 20s 28 21 Balcony on castle
25
(fl 02, ec 24) x 3, fl 02, ec 12
- - Reserve light . . Fl(4)W 20s . . 18 . . (fl 02, ec 23) x 3, fl 02, ec 123.
TE 2012
*
DNEPROVSKIY LIMAN. BUZ'KYY LYMAN
E5182
UA, 201, 745
RU, 2217, 745
- Khablovskiy. Ldg Lts
0646. Middle. 26M from
front
46 3938 N
31 5906 E
Iso R 6s 34 10 White 4-sided stone
tower, red stripe
11
Vis on leading line only.
Floodlit
- - Dir Lt 0646 . . Dir FFl R . . 10 . . Fl R06235-06385(15) 15s.
F R06385-06535(15).
Fl R06535-06685(15) 15s.
Vis on leading line only. Lit on
demand
* * * *
DNEPROVSKIY LIMAN. BUZ'KYY LYMAN. BUGSKO-DNEPROVSKO-LIMANSKIY-KANAL
E5202
UA, 201, 838
RU, 2217, 838
- Siversov. Ldg Lts 0425.
Front
46 5364 N
32 0068 E
F R 16 15 White and red
6-sided stone tower,
white stripe
18
Vis on leading line only.
Rear E52021
- - . . By day . . . . . . In poor visibility
- - Dir Lt 0425 . . Dir FFl R . . 15 . . Fl R04025-04175(15) 15s.
F R04175-04325(15).
Fl R04325-04475(15) 15s.
Vis on leading line only . Lit on
demand
* * * * * * * *
MN'DUMY (DAMIETTA PORT)
E6159 - Ldg Lts 1915. Front 31 2769 N
31 4513 E
F R 33 10 U on round metal
tower
* * *
E61591 - Ldg Lts 1915. Rear. 170m
from front
31 2760 N
31 4511 E
F R 41 10 U on metal
framework tower
* * *
E639462
TN, , 2175
Sidi Daoud. Fishing Harbour.
Dir Lt
37 0172 N
10 5439 E
Dir Iso W 2s 7 6 Red mast
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
PRDIP
F100505 - SPM II 20 0500 N
86 4356 E
Fl R 15s . . . . Orange superbuoy Ra refl
- - . . Horn Mo(U)
* * * * * * * *
F100513 - SPM III 20 0630 N
86 4564 E
Fl R 15s . . . . Orange superbuoy Ra refl
- - . . Horn Mo(U)
* * * * * * * *
BELAWAN CHANNEL
F13559
ID, , 370
- Entrance. Ldg Lts 187.
Front. No I
3 4966 N
98 4425 E
Fl(3)W 6s 7 12 White metal
framework structure
5
(fl 05, ec 1) x 2, fl 05, ec 25.
Common rear F1356
* * *
SINGAPORE PORT. SELAT SINKI
F168578 - Banyan 1 1335 N
103 4158 E
Fl(2)W 10s 11 5 Black # on black
beacon, red band
Ra refl. Isolated danger mark
- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 995631118
* * * * * * * *
AN-P'ING
F46282
TW, , 358453
- Harbour. NE Beacon 22 5902 N
120 0895 E
Fl Y 4s . . . . Grey concrete
column
fl 05.
Marks NE limit of An-p'ing Harbour
* * * * * * * *
F462921
TW, , 358451
- Harbour. SE Beacon 22 5721 N
120 1030 E
Fl Y 4s . . . . Grey concrete
column
fl 05.
Marks SE limit of An-p'ing Harbour
* * * * * * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
BAJA CALIFORNIA. ISLA SANTA MARGARITA
G3594
MX, , 03-260
- Isla Mangrove. Ldg Lts
088. Front. No 1
24 3249 N
111 4883 W
Fl W 3s 22 10 White metal
truncated pyramidal
tower
22
fl 1
* *
G35941
MX, , 03-2601
- Isla Mangrove. Ldg Lts
088. Rear. 231m from front.
No 2
24 3250 N
111 4869 W
Iso W 2s 27 10 White metal
truncated pyramidal
tower
27
* *
GULF OF FARALLONES. SAN FRANCISCO BAY
G411511
US, VI, 5035
- Oyster Cove Marina. No 3 37 4016 N
122 2280 W
Fl G 4s 2 . . Green & on pile Private. Ra refl
*
GULF OF FARALLONES. SAN FRANCISCO BAY. OAKLAND
G41687
US, VI, 4685
- Oakland Inner Harbor.
Brooklyn Basin. Preferred S
Channel. Light S
37 4705 N
122 1536 W
Fl(2+1)G 6s 5 4 Green &, red bands,
on pile
Ra refl
* * * *
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 38, dated 20 September 2012.
H1154 Remove from list; deleted
H11541 Remove from list; deleted
Wk43/12 5.8
Vol J Edition 2011/12. Weekly Edition No. 43, Dated 25 October 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
LONG ISLAND SOUND. CONNECTICUT RIVER
J0751462
US, I, 23200
- Range F No 110. Ldg Lts
1771. Front
41 3859 N
72 3738 W
Fl R 25s 8 . . Red U, white stripe
and red % on
framework tower
Intens on rangeline only
* * *
J0751464
US, I, 23205
- Range F. Ldg Lts 1771.
Rear. 37m from front
41 3857 N
72 3738 W
F R 16 . . Red U, white stripe,
on framework tower
Vis 15 each side of rangeline
* * * *
NEW YORK BAY AND HARBOR
J1032
US, I, 35025
- Highlands 40 2379 N
73 5915 W
Iso W 10s . . . . Brown 8-sided tower Vis 140-334(194).
Private
* * * * * * * *
POTOMAC RIVER
J1875
US, II, 17675
- Upper Machodoc Creek.
Dahlgren Channel. No 11
38 1894 N
77 0208 W
Fl G 25s 5 4 Green & on pile
* * * * * * * *
J1876 Remove from list; deleted
J18761 Remove from list; deleted
CATIA LA MAR
J64544 - Club Marina Grande. Outer
Breakwater. Head
10 3696 N
67 0102 W
Fl G 6s 9 11 White tower, red
bands
fl 06
* *
J64546 - Club Marina Grande. Inner
Breakwater. Head
10 3690 N
67 0099 W
Q R 5 4 Metal tower
* *
CARABALLEDA
J64612 Remove from list; deleted
J64613 Remove from list; deleted
J64614 Remove from list; deleted
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
BUCCANEER ARCHIPELAGO. COCKATOO ISLAND
K16429 Remove from list; deleted
CORNER INLET
K250475 - Toora Channel. No 7 38 4379 S
146 2301 E
Fl G 3s 6 2
* * * * * * * *
K2510 - Lewis Channel. E Side. No
5
38 4405 S
146 2559 E
Fl G 2s 6 2
* * * * * * * *
K25301 - Franklin Reach. No 17 38 4202 S
146 1732 E
LFl G 5s 5 1
* * * * * * * *
PORT ALBERT
K25344 - No 2 38 4332 S
146 4061 E
Q R 6 2
* * * * * * * *
MILNE BAY
K345128 - Dana Gedu Reef 10 1875 S
150 5166 E
Oc R 4s 5 4 Red & on pile ec 15.
Ra refl
*
VITI LEVU ISLAND. NORTH-WEST COAST
K4710
FJ, F201, 4710
- Naikorokoro 17 3923 S
177 2260 E
Fl(2)W 6s 13 10 White structure on
black piles
15
TE 2012
*
VANUA LEVU ISLAND. SOUTH COAST
K4744
FJ, F201, 4744
- Savusavu Bay. Lesiaceva
Point. Point Reef
16 4989 S
179 1598 E
Fl W 3s 8 10 White 6-sided
concrete tower
9
fl 03.
Obscured by land when bearing less
than 250. TE 2012
*
Wk43/12 5.9
Vol L Edition 2012/13. Weekly Edition No. 43, Dated 25 October 2012.
Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
NOVAYA ZEMLYA. WEST COAST. SOUTH ISLAND
L7642
RU, 2111, 470
- Kusov Nos 70 2799 N
57 0699 E
Fl(2)W 12s 41 9 Black ( on black and
white framework
tower
16
fl 1, ec 2, fl 1, ec 8.
Vis 216-126(270).
On request
*
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Last Amendment: Weekly Edition No. 42, dated 18 October 2012.
INCHEON HANG. APPROACHES
M415845
KR, 410, 33044
- Asan Man. Pungdo Hang.
Detached Breakwater. N
Head
37 0672 N
126 2370 E
Fl Y 6s 8 8 Yellow metal pipe
6
* * * * * * * *
M415846
KR, 410, 33083
- Asan Man. Pungdo Hang.
Detached Breakwater. S
Head
37 0671 N
126 2369 E
Fl Y 6s 8 8 Yellow metal pipe
6
* * * * * * * *
HEUKSAN JEDO
M42272
KR, 410, 30308
- Gageodo Hang. Breakwater 34 0287 N
125 0749 E
Fl R 5s 14 9 Red round concrete
tower
7
* *
M432245
KR, 410, 22377
Saidoyeo 34 4034 N
128 1602 E
Q W 12 8 ) on yellow beacon,
black top
16
TE 2012
*
OGPO HANG
M43405
KR, 410, 2156
- S Breakwater. Head 34 5369 N
128 4317 E
Fl G 7s 15 18 White round concrete
tower
13
Fl G 6s 15m 9M (T) 2012
*
SOKCHO HANG
M44583
KR, 410, 12178
- E Breakwater. Head 38 1221 N
128 3619 E
Fl R 4s 18 12 Red metal pipe
11
Range 9M (T) 2012
* *
M4458605 Remove from list; deleted
M4458606 Remove from list; deleted
TOSA WAN
M5593
JP, 411, 3041
- Tei Saki 33 3133 N
133 4535 E
Fl W 3s 28 7 White round concrete
tower
11
fl 2
* * * *
TOMAKOMAI KO
M67744
JP, 411, 0099
- Hokkaido-Sekiyu
Kyodobichiku Sea Berth.
Pier
42 3514 N
141 4777 E
Mo(U)W 10s 29 10
* *
M6774401 - Hokkaido-Sekiyu
Kyodobichiku Sea Berth. E
Head
42 3515 N
141 4791 E
Mo(U)W 10s . . 5 . . Sync with M67744
* *
M6774402 - Hokkaido-Sekiyu
Kyodobichiku Sea Berth. W
Head
42 3512 N
141 4762 E
Mo(U)W 10s . . 5 . . Sync with M67744
* *
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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS
Weekly Edition No. 43 dated 25 October 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 www.ukho.gov.uk/msi. To obtain
the colour versions select View and download NMs - select Weekly - select Year - select Week - go to Selected Week Content -
select File (for example: NP286(3)-WK01-12-PAGE149_Week01_2012.pdf)
VOLUME 1, PART 1, NP 281(1), 2012/13
Published Wk 35/12
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 42 dated 18 October 2012)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS
PAGE 173, POLAND, above GDYNIA MRCC entry.
Insert new entry:
MARITIME TELEMEDICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE (TMAS)
Usual name of centre Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycyny Morskiej i Tropikalnej, Gdyni (Academical Centre for Maritime and Tropical Medicine, Gdynia)
Communications
MRCC Gdynia
Witowo (SPS) DSC A1 A2 MMSI 002610210
Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycyny Morskiej i Tropikalnej:+48 58 6224228
MRCC Gdynia: +48 58 6205551
Witowo (SPS): +48 59 8109425
Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycyny Morskiej i Tropikalnej:+48 58 6998462
MRCC Gdynia: +48 58 6205551
Witowo (SPS): +48 59 8109451
e-mail: tmas@ucmmit.gdynia.pl (Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycyny
Morskiej i Tropikalne)
polratok.1@sar.gov.pl (MRCC Gdynia)
Radio.Witowo@emitel.pl (Witowo (SPS))
Associated MRCC or
JRCC
MRCC Gdynia
Consultation Languages None specified
Remarks Postal address: ul. Powstania Styczniowego 9B, 81-519 Gdynia-Redowo, Poland.
Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, Poland (RSDRA2012000203680) 43/12
VOLUME 2, NP 282, 2012/13
Published Wk 11/12
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 42 dated 18 October 2012)
RADAR BEACONS
PAGE 50, GREECE.
70630 Thessalonki Red Lt Buoy.
Delete position and replace by: 403488N 225347E
(former update 17/12)
Greek Notice 5/97/12 (RSDRA2012000117443) 43/12
PAGE 50, GREECE.
70640 kra Mikrn mvolo Lt Buoy.
Delete position and replace by: 403506N 225516E
(former update 17/12)
Greek Notice 5/97/12 (RSDRA2012000117443) 43/12
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AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)
PAGE 182, IRELAND, above Arklow Bank Wind Turbine Lt No 1 entry.
Insert:
Ardnakinna Point Lt 513710N 95509W 992501131 Real 21
Commissioners of Irish Lights 10/12 (RSDRA2012000202752) 43/12
PAGE 182, IRELAND, above South Arklow Lt Buoy entry.
Insert:
Sheeps Head Lt 513255N 95088W 992501129 Real 21
Commissioners of Irish Lights 10/12 (RSDRA2012000202752) 43/12
PAGE 182, IRELAND, below Tail of Beal Lt Buoy entry.
Insert:
Tuskar Rock Lt 521217N 61244W 992501065 Real 21
Commissioners of Irish Lights 10/12 (RSDRA2012000202753) 43/12
DIFFERENTIAL GPS (DGPS)
PAGE 220, UNITED STATES (Atlantic Coast), Cape Canaveral.
Delete entry
United States Lights List Volume II 2012 (RSDRA2012000074968) 43/12
VOLUME 3, PART 2, NP 283(2), 2011/12
Published Wk 52/11
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 41 dated 11 October 2012)
RADIO WEATHER SERVICES AND NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS
PAGE 189, PERU, NAVTEX.
Delete and replace by:
NAVTEX
U Callao
518 kHz
120400S 770900W
W Mollendo (Matarani) 170000S 720200W
S Paita 50600S 810700W
DIAGRAMS: pages 39 and 190
Weather Bulletins
U: 0720 1920 Forecast and sea state for Sea Areas I - IV.
W: 1140 2340 Forecast and sea state for Sea Area III.
S: 0300 1500 Forecast and sea state for Sea Area I.
continued on next page
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Navigational Warnings
U: 0320 1120 1520 2320
Navigational Warnings.
W: 0340 0740 1540 1940
S: 0700 1100 1900 2300
Peru / IMO. (RSDRA2012000203003) 43/12
VOLUME 5, NP 285, 2012/13
Published Wk 23/12
(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 41 dated 11 October 2012)
SECTION 14: SAFETYNET
PAGE 246, Figure SN-11, SafetyNET NAV/METAREA XI - POR & IOR, NORTH WESTERN PACIFIC.
Delete line 2 and replace by:
Nav information: scheduled broadcast 0005 1205 UTC (POR & IOR)
(former update 41/12)
UKHO (RSDRA2012000192385) 43/12
SECTION 15: NAVTEX, STATIONS WITH OPERATIONAL NAVTEX FACILITIES
PAGE 276, PERU, Callao [U].
Delete line 6 and replace by:
NAVTEX [U]
Peru / IMO. (RSDRA2012000203003) 43/12
PAGE 276, PERU, Mollendo (Matarani) [W].
Delete line 6 and replace by:
NAVTEX [W]
Peru / IMO. (RSDRA2012000203003) 43/12
PAGE 276, PERU, Paita [S].
Delete line 6 and replace by:
NAVTEX [S]
Peru / IMO. (RSDRA2012000203003) 43/12
SECTION 16: DISTRESS, SEARCH AND RESCUE
PAGE 402, POLAND, above contact table.
Insert entry:
TeleMedical Assistance Service: Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycny Morskiej i Tropikalnej
Tel: +48 58 6224228
Fax: +48 58 6998462
email: tmas@ucmmit.gdynia.pl
Uniwersyteckie Centrum Medycny Morskiej i Tropikalnej can also be contacted via MRCC Gdynia, Witowo Radio Station or directly.
Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, Poland. (RSDRA2012000203680) 43/12
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VOLUME 6, PART 1, NP 286(1), 2012/13
Published Wk 14/12

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 42 dated 18 October 2012)


PAGE 245, UNI TED KINGDOM, BRISTOL, including Avonmouth and
Royal Portbury Dock, Pilots, CONTACT DETAILS.
Delete and replace by:
CONTACT DETAILS:
Call: Bristol Pilots
VHF Channel: Ch 06
Telephone: +44(0)117 9802638
E-mail: bristolvts@bristolport.co.uk
The Bristol Port Company Notice 63/12, (RSDRA2012000193786), 43/12
PAGE 249, UNI TED KINGDOM, BRISTOL, including Avonmouth and
Royal Portbury Dock, Vessel Tra c Service, CONTACT DETAILS,
Bristol VTS.
Delete and replace by:
Bristol VTS
Call: Bristol VTS
VHF Channel: Ch 12
Telephone: +44(0)117 9802638
E-mail: bristolvts@bristolport.co.uk
The Bristol Port Company Notice 63/12, (RSDRA2012000193786), 43/12
PAGE 252, UNI TED KINGDOM, BRISTOL, including Avonmouth and
Royal Portbury Dock, Port, CONTACT DETAILS, Avonmouth Docks
and Royal Portbury Dock sections.
Delete and replace by:
Avonmouth Docks
Call: Avonmouth Dock Radio
VHF Channel: Ch 14
Telephone: +44(0)117 9802638
E-mail: bristolvts@bristolport.co.uk
Royal Portbury Dock
Call: Portbury Dock Radio
VHF Channel: Ch 14
Telephone: +44(0)117 9802638
E-mail: bristolvts@bristolport.co.
The Bristol Port Company Notice 63/12, (RSDRA2012000193786), 43/12

VOLUME 6, PART 2, NP 286(2), 2012/13


Published Wk 19/12

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 42 dated 18 October 2012)


PAGE 263, NORWAY, SVALBARD, Reporting System.
Delete section and replace by:
Reporting System
AREA:
The reporting area comprises the territorial waters surrounding Svalbard, including all
islands, islets and reefs between latitudes 740000N and 810000N and longitude
350000E.
CONTACT DETAILS:
Call: NOR VTS
Telephone: +47 78 989898
Fax: +47 78 989899
E-mail: nor.vts@kystverket.no
MMSI: 002573550
HOURS: H24
PROCEDURE:
(1) With some exceptions, the reporting regulations apply to all passenger vessels or
vessels of 24m LOA or more.
(2) Vessels are required to send position reports by telephone, fax, or e-mail to NOR
VTS as follows:
(a) On entering or departing the territorial waters of Svalbard
(b) When arriving or departing a harbour or jetty
(c) When anchoring or leaving an anchorage
(d) Every 12h when the vessel is underway within the area
(3) The report must contain the following details:
(a) Vessels name and call sign
(b) Vessels position in degrees, minutes and decimal minutes
(c) Time of position report
(d) Vessels planned sailing route
(4) VHF communication with the VTS may take place via any Norwegian CRS
requesting a connection to NOR VTS.
Kystverket, (RSDRA2012000165395), 43/12

VOLUME 6, PART 4, NP 286(4), 2012/13


Published Wk 31/12

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 41 dated 11 October 2012)


PAGE 155, INDIA, KTTUPALLI, Port, CONTACT DETAILS, E-mail
section.
Delete and replace by:
E-mail: marine@lntkattupalliport.com
(former update 36/12)
L & T Ports Kttupalli, (RSDRA2012000203738), 43/12
PAGE 363, SRI LANKA, COLOMBO, Pilots, PROCEDURE, section (2).
Delete and replace by:
(2) Pilot boards in position 70070N 794800E.
MV Maersk Sydney, (RSDRA2012000203416), 43/12

Wk43/12
Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO
VII
7.1
UPDATES TO MISCELLANEOUS ADMIRALTY NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS
There are no updates to miscellaneous Nautical Publications this week
Wk43/12
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.