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Navarea 5 – Brasil]

Areas of interest - North (N) – warnings (NAVAREA, Coastal and Local) that affect the area
above parallel 05-10.00S; - EAST (E) - warnings (NAVAREA, Coastal and Local) that affect
the area between parallels 05-10.00S and 23-01.00S; - South (S) – warnings (NAVAREA,
Coastal and Local) that affect the area below parallel 23-01.00S; - Amazon Basin (A) –
warnings (only Coastal and Local) that affect the area of Amazon and Para rivers and their
estuaries; - Foreign (T) – warnings (only NAVAREA and Coastal) that affect the outside area
of NAVAREA V (up to 700 nautical miles); and - General (G) - warnings (NAVAREA, Coastal
and Local) that affect more than one of designated areas above or are of general concern.

Navarea 10 – Australia
No NAVTEX-Stations available
Australia does not broadcast coastal warnings via Navtex. The maritime areas around Australia have
been designated GMDSS Sea Area A3. Coastal and local warnings are broadcast using SafetyNET to
take advantage of the Navtex emulation capability of the
Inmarsat-C MES.

Navarea 15 – Chile
518 kHz (international)
Transmis
Are kH Statio Operat Positi ran activ
ID sion times
a z n or on ge e?
(UTC)
23° 29'
04:00,
Antofaga 28.8" S
15 518 A CHL 12:00 300 yes
sta 70° 25'
20:00
29.2" W
32° 48'
04:10,
Valparaís 08" S
15 518 B CHL 12:10, 300 yes
o 71° 29'
20:10
06" W
36° 42'
04:20,
Talcahua 54.2" S
15 518 C CHL 12:20, 300 yes
no 73° 06'
20:20
28.8" W
41° 29'
23.94" S 04:30,
Puerto
15 518 D CHL 72° 57' 12:30, 300 yes
Montt
27.88" 20:30
W
52° 56'
04:40,
Punta 53.2" S
15 518 E CHL 12:40, 300 yes
Arenas 71° 03'
20:40
25" W
27° 09' 04:50,
Osterinse
15 518 F CHL S 109° 12:50, 300 yes
l
25' W 20:50
Transmis
Are kH Statio Operat Positi ran activ
ID sion times
a z n or on ge e?
(UTC)
27° 09' 00:50,
G (spanis Osterinse
15 518 CHL S 109° 08:50, 300 yes
ch) l
25' W 16:50
23° 29'
00:00,
H (spanis Antofaga 28.8" S
15 518 CHL 08:00, 300 yes
ch) sta 70° 25'
16:00
29.2" W
32° 48'
00:10,
I (spanisc Valparaís 08" S
15 518 CHL 08:10, 300 yes
h) o 71° 29'
16:10
06" W
36° 42'
00:20,
J (spanisc Talcahua 54.2" S
15 518 CHL 08:20, 300 yes
h) no 73° 06'
16:20
28.8" W
41° 29'
23.94" S 00:30,
K (spanis Puerto
15 518 CHL 72° 57' 08:30, 300 yes
ch) Montt
27.88" 16:30
W
52° 56'
00:40,
L (spanis Punta 53.2" S
15 518 CHL 08:40, 300 yes
ch) Arenas 71° 03'
16:40
25" W

Navarea 17 – Canada
NAVAREA XVII and XVIII (Canada) The NAVAREA XVII and XVIII representative introduced and presented his
SelfAssessment Report, document WWNWS3/3/2-XVII&XVIII. The Canadian representative noted that their
two NAVAREAs started officially on 1 June 2011. They promulgated over 100 warnings in 2010 in each
NAVAREA and that most messages were self-cancelling. Canada has only one NAVTEX station operating
within NAVAREA XV111 and there is no plan to expand the service. The Danish Maritime Safety
Administration is improving NAVTEX coverage on the west coast of Greenland with the installation of 2 new
NAVTEX stations. Canada contingency plan is via the USA and METAREA XV11 and XV111 Coordinator. The
Inmarsat representative asked for any satellite feedback from vessels traveling in the Arctic region. The
Chairman thanked Canada for all of their efforts in successfully going through IOC to FOC without issue.