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Chart5011 (lNT1)

1:.

Edition2 - Decembbr1998

SYMBOLSandABBREVIATIONS

usedonAdmiraltyCharts

CONTENTS

Systemof Correction

insidecover

IntroductionandSchematicLayout

2

GENERAL

lA

ChartNumber,Title.lvlarginatNotes

lB

Positions,Distances,Directions,Compass

TOPOGRAPHY

 

lC

NaturalFeatures

9

lD

CulturalFeatures

12

lE

Landmarks

14

lF

Ports

I O

lG

TopographicTerms

HYDROGRAPHY

lH

Tides,Currents

ll

Depths

lJ

NatureoftheSeabed

lK

Rocks,Wrecks,Obstructions

lL

Offshorelnstallations

lM

Tracks,Routes

lN

Areas,Limits

lO

HydrographicTerms

AIDSANDSERVICES

IP

Lights

IQ

Buoys,Beacons

IR

FogSignals

ts

Radar,Radio,ElectronicPosition-FixingSystems

IT

Services

IU

SmallCraftFacilities

ALPHABETICALINDEXES

lV

IndexofAbbreviations:

PrincipalForeignTerms

PrincipalEnglishTerms

lW

InternationalAbbreviations

lX

Index

22

25

27

30

33

35

38

41

43

49

55

56

58

60

62

66

69

71

INTRODUCTION

Generdl

Lq)out

Chart5011(lNT1)provides a referencetothemanysymbolsandabbreviationsfoundonBritishAdmiraltyandInternational

charts.Symbolsnotshownin Chart5011(lNT1)maybeusedonadoptedor beshownina glossary ontherelevantcharts.

co-producedBritishAdmiraltychartsandwill

Thjs editionof

Organization)"adoptedin 1982.Previouseditionsof5011tolloweda formerIHOStandardList,a systemstillusedby some

HydrographicOfficesrthe

conlusiondurinqlhetransitional pe.iod.

letterassignedlo eachmajorgroupof symbolsin thiseditionhas beenprefixed'l"to avoid

Chart5011 (lNT 1) is based on the "ChartSpecificationsof the IHO (lnternationalHydrographic

SchemaricLayourofChan 5011(NT 1)

Tracks.RouteslM

TracksMarkedby Lights ----' lP

t

--,1----

I

-

LeadingBeacons

,-; lQ

Leading line (the firm line is the track ta be follawed)

(t) section.

(i) Sectionaesignation:Theleftet 'l' meansInternational.

(i) suo-section.

(a) Cross+eferenceto termsin other sections.

(Q Cotu.n 1: Numberingfollawingthelnternational 'Chatt

Specificationsof theIHO'.A letterin thiscolwtm,eg a, indicateaa national

symbolfor whichthereis no lnternationalequivalent.

@)

(7) CotumnS: Termin theEnglishtanguage.

ColumnZ: lntenationat(tNT)symbalusedonAdmiattychatts.

(@ Cotrrn 4: Othersymbol or abbreviatian usedon Admhafty charts,if differentfrom Column2. The markl indicatesthat this re Ue sentationis obsaIescent.

(3) Colunn 5: Numberingfotlawingthe "ChartSpecificationsof theIHO'.

(el

ofnorclevance to chart users.

Themark# in Columns2, 3 and4 indicatesthat thissymbolwillonlybe faundon chaftsadoptedinto theAdmirattychartseies.

Metric

Chafis

Fathorhs Charts

Chart Datum

Depths

lvletricunitsareintroducedonAdmiraltychartsastheyaremodernised(exceptforchansol thewatersaroundtheUnited

StatesofAmerica,wherefathomsor feetcontinueto

theiruseof bufftintforlandareasandtheprominent marginallegendsDEPTHSlNMETRES.

be used).l!'letricchartscanbe distinguishedfromfathomschartsby

Onmetriccharts,thereferencelevelforsoundingsis givenunderthecharttitle.Onfathomscharts,ihe referencelevelfor soundingsmaybegivenunderthetitle;if not,itcanbededucedfromthetidalinformationpanel.

Theunitsusedaregiven underthetitleofthe chart.Thepositionof a soundingis thecentreof the areacoveredby the figures.

Onmetriccharts,depthsfrom0.1mto

issufficientlyprecise,depthstrom2'lmto

20.9maregenerallyexpressedin metresanddecimetres.Wheresourceinformation

31mmaybegiveninhalf-metres.AIIotherdepthsareshowninwholemetres.

Onfathomcharts,depthsaregenerally expressedin fathomsandfeetwherelessthan11fms,andin iathomselsewhere. Wheresourceinformalionis sutficientlyprecise,depthsbetween11and 15fmsmaybe givenin fathomsandfeet.Older chansmayshowfractionsoffathomsinshallowwater,anda fewlarge-scalecha.tsshowalldepthsinfeet.

Drying heights

Onadoptedorco-producedchartstheserangesmayvary.

Underlinedligureson rocksandbankswhichuncoverindicateheightsabovechartdatum.Theyaregivenin metresand decimetresorinfeetasappropriate.

Heights

Bea

figs

Sea Mles

axd Cables

Chart Catalogues

The Mariner's

Handbookand

other Publicatiotrs

Heights,includingoverheadc earances,are givenin

metresor n feetaboveMeanHighWaterSprings,MeanHighefHigh

Water-orMeanSeaLevel;detailsaregiveninthe ExpanatoryNotesunderthecharttitla.tne posiiionof a neightiJnornrarry

thatof thedol alongsideit,thus

whenshowing.heheig-lo'a <malt islel;.

79.Parenthesesareusedwhenthefigureexpressingheightissetaparttromiheobject(eg

Bearingsare givenfrom seawardand referto the true compass.

A sea mileis the lengthoi one minuteof latitudelocally,and is the principalmeansol expressingd stanceon Admiralty

charts.A cable is one-tenthof a sea mile.

Nameson Admiraltychansarespeltin

on GeographicalNamesior BritishOfficiause.

accordancewiththe principles and systemsapprovedby the permanent Commrree

A second name may be given in parentheses in the followlnclcircurnstances:

a

b.

c

il the retentionol a supersededrenderingwi||lacilitaiecrossreferenceto reatedpubrications;

il , inthecaseofa namethathaschangedradlcaly, theretentionoftheformeronewillaid recognition;

il it is decidedto retainan Engishconventionalnamein additiontothe present offlcialrendering.

Detailsof Admiraltychans are gven in

WatersCalalogue'(NP109),bothpublished annuallV.

the'Catalogueof AdmiraltyChadsand Pubications'(NP131)and in the 'Horne

TheMariner'sHandbook(NP100)includesnotesonthefollowinq:

theuseof chartsandthedegreeof re ancethatmaybe plac;d onthem;chartsupplyandcorrection;narnes;cha eo navigationaaids;navigationalhazards;trafficseparationschemes;offshoreoiland gasoperations;tidesandcurrenls;

genera marinemeteoroogy. A g ossaryof terms used on Admiraltycharts is also given.

Informationaboutleaturesrepresentedon chartscan also be found in the followingpublicationsl

AdmiraltySaiing Directions;AdmiraltyListoJLlghtsand FogSignas; AdmiraltyTideTablesandTidalStreamAtlases AdmiraltyListof FladioSignas; Annua Noiicesto l\,4ariners.

Copyright

Admiraltychartsand pubications(incuding thisone)are protectedby CrownCopyright.Theyare derivedfromCrown

Copyright informationand from copyright

anymaterlalform(includingphotocopying or storingby

by applying,n thelirstinstance,to the CopyrightNlanager,The UnitedKingdomHydrographicOffice,Taunton,Somersel

TA12DN,UK.

informationpublished by other organisatlons.They may not be reproduced in

electronicmeans)withoutpriorpermission,whichmay be sougnr

IA

ChaftNumber,Title,MarginalNotes

Schematic Layout of an Admialty

DEFTqSIN NlEIRES

INTERNATIONAL

m

.W,

-iw

CHARTSENIES

ENGLAND

EASTCOAST

: TAPPROACHESro NEWMOTITH AND EX{AVEN

DEPTHSIN METRES SCALE I : ?5 000at Iar52o00

- EXPLANAIORY NO

SATELLITEDEFIVEDPOSITiONS

tNT chart (rcduced in size)

EXTIAVEN

SCALEL:15000

Publishedallaumon

LDe.4;d1,ir

Ol]rcwicopyrqrrlr

Hydms'aphe,orth€Naly

SEPTHS

iN ir,,iEItiES

|i.

it:,) I L(D2) 6067

ChartNumber,Title,MarginalNoteslA

MagneticFeatures

_ lB

TidalData

-,ll1

Decca

'

-

I

-1

C37-r-1"191,

,r1t1i

(ErntsnAomnalty)to the numbet.

,t1rnra{'.

series.Wnereit:s necessary to dtsri.qut,h qdmirattv chans uam athe,'. tt,s ust)atLaddd,h-

prct,, B-

td"nL''""hon o' " '"l t' ed chan ! i! an

ngnmand

chd4stor ahirn Decca tdfce-avczt:nted vet s/rnsarc a\ aiable beartherc\et I

cotner inside the auLerbotdeL The lattice prefix number is shown against the nationar number.

Chattnumberin thelnternatianat(tNT) Chaft

series.

nhetoter

',4 .) Pubticatian note (inprint) showing lhe dateat pubticatian as a NewChart.

i5'Capyrightnote.AllAdmiraltychaftsarcsutr.)cttaCrownCopyrightrcstrictions.

ii.)

Datesof (a) New Editions

and (b) Large Carrcctions (abandoned as a rcvisian categorytn 1g/2).

5ma4 'otteclions: (a) lhe

included in rcprints but not farmally pramulgated (abandaned as a method af coffec an n

veat oales and numbq'

at Nat;cesto Ma\nels ano

i)i

he

datcstusualJ btac|atacJlat mtnotcotc.tioh.

tg^6).

.1J., Dimensions of the inner neaNlines of the chan barder. ln the case af chafts an Transverse Mercatot

dmensions may be quoted fot all borders af

and Gnomonic prajections,

the chartwhich differ. Fathoms chatts show the dimensians in inches eg (sa.io i 25.40;.

r:),

Coner

co-atdinates.

,.14, Chart title. This should be quoted, in addition

to the chaft numbet, when ardering a chan.

]

I,

Explanatoty notes on chart cantent; to be read before using the chai.

lyls

wlet:.an

Aln,:aly

chad$ ;n hc

afti

tnle'?albnal chan <cties the saato! tne thl.naL,onatHydrcqtuphicoQan.Tahan ltHo) ,j

of internationat charts ot' othet nations (facsimiie) have the

ials

af the oiginal

the seals of ariginal praducer (leftiand

snown tn addtrcn lo the nalianal s-aal Repraductions

praducer (left),.publisher (centte)

publishet (rightl charts which are co-productions carry the

the lHo (right). Reprcductions ot' ather chais have

seals at'the natians invatved in thet production.

:.:11. Scaleof chatt;on Mercatorprciectian, at a statedtathude.

t1i, Lineat scaleson targe-scateplan.

t15 Lineatbordet scales(metred. An smallerscale charts,ttrc

latitudeborder shautdbe usedta measureSeamilesand Cabtes.

'16 Cautionary nates (if any) an chafted detatt; ta be rcad befare using thechan.

']!

Source Dkgtam (it' any) explanatory notes (see 11). .lf .a reliability af the data used.

SourceDiagtam is nat shawn, detailsaf the saurces usedin the compitationaf The Source Diagram ot notes should be studied carefutly before using the chai

the chan aregiven in the

in oder

to assess the

18, Fefetence to a taryerscale

chaft ot plan.

13 Ret'ercnce to an adjoining chart of similar scate.

ili lnstructian ta refer ta rctated Admiatty

pubticatians.

'4 Reference ta the units used fot depths

measurement. The legend, 'DEPTHS lN FATHOT\,IS ,

chans where canfusian might athervviseanse.

is shown an cettain marc recent fathoms

b Conversian

scales To allow appraximate conversions befuveenmet c and t'athamsand feet units. On older chais, conversian tables

are glven tnstead.

G' Copyright Notice

-lS

603

2511

252.1

252.4

253

252.2

252.3

2223

2224

232

241.3

242

241.1

2412

211

2414

221

221.1

242

170-17A

241.9

254

254

243

241.5

255.2

280

lB Positions,Distances,Directions,Compass

GeographicalPositions

'I

Long

Longitude

lnternatianal Me dian (arcenwich)

 

Degtee(s)

6

Second(s) al arc

 

7

Positbnapproximate

t

8

t

o

10

E

East

'11

S

South

12

West

13

NE

14

SE

Sautheast

1 5

t o

Southwest

ControlPoints

 

20

2'l

o

ObseNation spot

t

22

O o

23

t

24

Boundarymak

a

SymbolisedPositions(Examples)

 

30

fl#'&*

 

Symbalsinplan:

 

posttianis

centreaf primarysynbol

31

r

f

r

position is

at battomof symbol

32

Point symbals (accurate positions)

 

33

Appraximateposition

t

E14

 

E14a

130

E20

130

E21

130

E22

417

4241

1

041

424.2

t

042

+ obEspol

^BM

U2

U3

U5

U6

UA

304.1

D1

3042

D4

305.1

340.5

D2

t:.:::ii'rL.:'.:, 304.3

D5

 

306

390.2

D6

305.1

305.1

305.1

340.5

o Mad pA

305.1

Positions,Distances,Directions,CompasslB

40

41

42

44

+o

47

48

49

50

51

52

CJ

[4

h

Decimetrc(s)

International Nautical l,lite(s) ( 1852m) Sea mile(s)

Cable

Tanne(s)ot Tan(s)

54

Candela

60

o l

ltlagnetic

62

Beating

63

64

65

66

o l

68.1

Note of magnetic

vaiation,

68.2

Nate of magnetic variation,

Units

E5

130

130

130

130

130

ElA

E9

E2

130

E3

130

E12

E12a

E12b

MagneticCompass

Mag

u24

u23

u22

u25

u2a

MagneticV&iation:4'10 w 1988 tl0 F)

lB Positions,Distances,Directions,Compass

70

CompassRoses,TrueandMagnetic.

43OW 19

MagneticVa ation43O'Win 1998,annualchange9 E

(9'E)on nagneticnoih arrowneans

(;.e. magnelic vatiation decrcasing I

annually)

^ r\.

ooli-

,i/_\-\

d--

MaoneticVariatianis exDressedta theneatest5' and rela:testo 1Januaryaf the year skted. Annualchange Eor Wis oivento [heneahst minute.

,+

--.3

_-;18

,,Ti,

fhisstyteis

obso/esceni

tl'f\'r*\"t'T,'i'

\'

\

,.f,,,,i,"l

.io.,+\

l.\

r\-

1''\

{

"i

F-

--::-

-'-.--

.''*'\' \

S

:s

i.\

-t

-

s-"-

:-

F-

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------=

l-

' vadation s'ool '

Ttuecompasslose

MagretlcNorlhlndtcated

b.arrcw

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"-^i\

t-\

{---\_

s-

A--

:--

\

s\"

\

gl

["i' r''iu',,"""

,

,?g

",r;g

The arraw indicatinq Magnetic Notth is dmitted on cMfts campnslnq

sepanle plans and on

chafts showing isogoMls,

.:a;

;,

-"==3

71

82.1

(linesol.equa!

i ) t

115" )

MaqnelicVariatronClrruesarefor 1gg5

The MaqnelicVariationis

shownin deorees.Iolowed bv the letterE or W. as aooroorate.a1certarn

js

positidns on the cuNes.The annualdhange s expressed I minuLeswirhthc lettoiE or W and

given n brackets,immedalelyfollowinOthe variatron.

--'t

.^\

,

-.-

.'/

-Y

-/

-

.,f\,,

u*-'

,/'

Local Maanetic Anomalv

Within th; enclosed areA the maanetic vaia an nav deviale frcn lhe-narmal by the valu:eshawn.

82.2 Local MagneticAnomaly (see Note)

Where the area affected cannot be

easily defined, a legend only is

snown at the posilian.

26G

262.2

272.3

U

272.1

274

u26

Fareshare

'I

-

ll,lJ

.t -\rSN

5

b

7

8

Planeof Referencefor Heights

10

'II

.437

r'

\-

:;-"

-

.359

,"'"'.';'"', / /sao

.

1

,''';;ff---

*-

,a-'

)ln

)

.l

,/

Coastline, suNeyed

CaasUine,unsurueyed

Steep coast, Cliffs

Stany shorc, Shingly shate

Sandhills, Dunes

Contou lineswtthspat height

Spatheighls

Approximatecontou| |ines withappraximateheight

NaturalFeatureslC

-\'rilcgF<q.pl-

r,',

at{ #,.1."^

t-

Coastline

310.1

3102

311

312.1

M

3121

312.2

312.2

A5

312.3

Reliel

351.3

351.4

351.5

3516

3522

c1

D3

352.1

352.2

D3

3513

3514

351.5

351.6

3523

lC ruaturalFeatures

t.t

14

Fam lineswth spat height

Approximate height af tap at trees (above height datun)

WaterFeatures,Lava

20

21

22

23

24

Salt pans

25 f,trffi

/

/r

,, ,F

26

351.2

351.3

351.7

352.2

C2a

D3

c11

3531

3532

3534

3533

3535

c20

353.6

c15

353.7

c4

353I

c3

tlr-1-\)\l

355

,\,ir,u€th=S/

c12

30

31

31.1

31.2

31.3

31.4

-

31.5

31.6

31.7

31.8

32

33

9p9

Y <-,a

-9p I

tr4

v -

ss*

-f4-+

1- Exampleof ptominent trees

(n groups or isalated)

e Deciduoustree unknownor

Y Evergreen(exceptcanife0

\

L

Conifer

3 Casuarina

v

i

Eucalypt

Mangrove

Marsh, Swamp, Saltmarch

NaturalFeatureslC

Vegetation

ClAa

354.2

C5a

c59

c5b

C5c

c5t

C5e

312.4

312.2

c17

lD CutturalFeatures

Settlements,Buildings

1

3

4

5

6

7

8

*

Nar.e

rlt]E

t goteL

Settlement with scatteted buildings

Settlement(anmediumand

Building

lmponant building in bullt-up area

Streetname,Roadname

Ruin, Ruined landmark

Roads,Railways,Airfields

'10

11

Road (hard suiaced)

Track, Path (loase or unsurfaced)

t\)

14

15

16

#

,,,,

,

 

Railway, with statjan

,,F

i'

+

 

Cutting

--t---\-------(= _l_,L)r

Embankment

17

@

Large-scale

Small

scale

cnafts

charts

Height of objects

-

a

Tramway

b

HeIicapter Ianding site

lE

Landmarks -

lE

 

3703

3744

370.5

t2

3707

t2

t3

370.6

I3

3705

Bldg

 

t66

370.3

371

t26

374

I u,)

3742

365 1

 

3652

365.3

3244

362l

t sra

3622

3632

364l

363.1

366.1

366.2

t23

@

CulturalFeatureslD

20

22

23.'l

23.2

z,t,.t

23.4

23.5

.l

)

\-

)18:'g)

Vefttcal cleatance abave

Height Datum

Honzantalciearance

Fixed b dge with vettical ciearance

Opening bridge (in general) vtith

Bidg-e_

(open

L2 )

Swing bidge

with venical clearance

Lifting bidge

with veiical

cteannce

Bascule bridge with venical clearance

23.6

Draw bridge with veiical

cleaance

24

25

*l*"

l*l

T,ansporler

hansportet bridge with veftlcal cleannce belween Hetght Datum and lowest part of structure

*]*- Overhead tra nspafter, Aerial cableway with vefttcal cleaance

I

J2.'ri

26 ;yt'lt't

l

i,'-*

27 l'J

28

Power lransmission line with pylans and safeoverheadclearance (see Note below lD29)

Averhead cabie, Telephane line,

Telegaph line with vertical clearance

Ovehead ppe wnhvetttcalcleatanLe

OtherCulturalFeatures

t

rl)

t

.

T

T

-l

lt-r

-ft',,'r1

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f--1-r-r\

lPq)

/

)

55n)I

1.,,J

\

I

I

tt

I t -

rrrnsponer

lL

'ffi;--r-

)Power{H 30m)l

I

|

Owheatl

(He3h

I

I

-r ---'---'1

)

H2om

\

380.1

380.2

3803

3813

3812

3823

3821

382

342.2

383

29

Note:

-

.-\

+,--'-

The safe averhead cleaance above Height Datum, as defined by the responsjble

magentawhee

knawn; othervvisethe physicat veiical

ctearance

authotity, is gtven in

js shawn in btack as ln lD2A.

-"'1.

\

377

lE Landmarks

General

Plapeaf Referencefar Hetghls

-

14

Lighlhauses -

a Factory

fi

,

FACTOBY

o Hotel

O HOTEL

f wot.arowen

AEI

Hfrtil

Examples af landmarks

Examples af canspicuous landmarks. A legend in capital letters indicates that a tealurc is canspicuous f

Pictorialsynbols (in true position)

3.2

t. rt

il

i

4

I rsor

5

I Go)

Sketches, views (aut of position)

HeighI af top of a structure above height datum

Height of top of a sttucture above grcund level

Landmarks

10.1

L_=l/

*

10.2

+''

'| 0.3

-

t

-4\sp

fl

10.4

l=q2c"o

t

l

12

.13

14

t c

ch

Er,

dsp

+ cup

16

+

17

E

18

.19

 

t

Chapel

Ctoss, Calvaty

 

T

Shinto shrine, Josshouse

 

t

t

Cemetery (alI re|gious denominalions )

t

*

P

Calh

t

Beacons

ch

d

Cemy

-

lQ

3402

340.5

L&3

340.1

344.2

340.3

L63

340.7

3731

3S0

4565

4573

3023

303

3732

I6

373.2

373.2

3732

t36

373.3

3733

3733

373.3

t15

373.4

t12

3735

t13

3736

20

I

21

22

r

23

24

I

25.1

25.2

26

27

f

28

29

30.1

30.2

30.3

30.4

31

32

33

34.'l

34.2

34.3

.e@

Qsit"

I

i

T

T

u'

s

Tr

to'y

FS

osito

i-ffi.:1,"".,

35.2 I

36

x

Watettawer,Watettankon a tawer

Chimney

Flare stack (on land)

Manument(includingcolumn,pillar,

Windn ill (wi thaut saiIs)

Flagstaff, Flagpote

Radio

mast, Televisian masL Mast

Radio

tower, Television towel

S/io

(an large-scale chafts)

Castle, Fott, Blockhouse (an smaller-scale chafts)

Battery,Smallfott

(onsmalIerscale charts)

Quatry @n large-scalechatts)

Quarry@nsmal|erscalechafts)

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374.6

 

374.7

375.1

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375.2

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375.4

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3762

376.3

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3791

3792

379.2

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3671

t50

3672

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367.2

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ArtificialFeatures

1

2.1

2.2

3

4.1

4.2

4.3

5

6.1

6.2

6.3

Harbourlnstallations Depihs -ll

Dyke, Levee

Seawall (an large-scale chans)

---s4F\

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Seawall(an smallerscale chafts)

Causeway

Breakwatet

(in gen etal )

Bteakwater (loase bouIders,

Breakwater (slope of cancrete

Grayne (always dry)

Grayne (intertidal)

Grayne (always underwater )

Anchorages,llmlts

-

lN Beaconsandotherfixedmatks

-lQ

Marina -

313l

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3132

3221

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3134

324

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3201

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12

Mole (with berthing facilty)

G7

 

321l

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Quay, Whai

G1A

 

G79

14

15

1 6

17

18

'19

20

21

22

23

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25

26

27

28

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32 Underconstrucrion(1998)

worksinprogress(1998)

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Steps,Landingstairs

Designation of befth

Slipway, Patenl shp Bamp

Gridiron,Scrubbinggrid

Dry dock,Gravingdack

Nonlidal basin, Wet dock

Tidal basin, Tidal harlrour

(highpressurepipe)

t

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321.2

321.4

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G9

321.2

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324.2

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323.1

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327.1

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327.2

327.3

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324.1

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326.8

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326.1

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326.2

437

326.3

441

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449

450

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40

41.2

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partly submerged at high water

+ lD

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Lack (ansmallerscalechafts)

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43

44

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TranshipmentFacilities

50

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53.1

53.2

53.3

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PublicBuildings

60

61

62.1

62.2

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Roll on, Rall-aff Ferry Temlnal

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3616

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3267

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3242

3283

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325.1

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325.3

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821

5

820

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12

Saltmarsh,Saltings

13

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Lag.

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NaturalLandFeatures

20

823

21

Range

827

22

23

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826

24

Summit

828

25

829

10

B3A

27

831

28

Bauldel

832

29

Table-land

434

30

31

Va ey

827a

32

navine, Cut

33

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Gnsslend

Coa

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c7

37

8ushe6

c8

38

Deciduaus woodland

c9

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Coniferaus woodland

c10

 

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50

CiU, Town

51

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I3

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Fishing vilage

 

53

54

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60

Sttucturc

61

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I5

62

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64

Castle

Cag

66

Column

Col

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Mast

oo

Latticetower

69

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t25

70

71

Floodlight

t31

'70

Office

ton

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74

ObseNatary

t

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Cathedral

t

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76

Monastery,Convent

n6

77

Lookoutstatian,Watchtower

78

Navigatianschool

79

Navalcollege

80

Factory

81

Brick kiln,Brickwotks

a9

82

Cementwotks

83

Watermill

a3

84

Greenhouse

6C

Warehouse,Storehause

86

Caldstore,Reiige@tedstoragehouse

 

87

88

89

90

Gaswarks

91

92

93

Sewagewo*s

Machinehouse,Pumphouse

94

Well

151

!rc

Telegnphoffice

128

97

Sailors'hame

98

Spahotel

School

165

Road,RailandAirTratfic

110

''t11

Steet, Road

st

126

 

l26a

112

T@mway

113

Viaduct

114

Suspensionbridge

115

Faotbridge

116

117

Landinglights

118

HelicoptetIanding site

TopographicTerms lG

Ports,Halbours

130

131

Boatlift, Shiplift

133

Sluice

134

Basin

I itc

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137

138

Hr

139

140

141

OuterharlJour

142

Deepwatethatbour

 

143

144

Customsharbaur

145

146

147

Commercialpotl, Tradepoi

 

148

149

Buildingharbaur

150

Oilhabour Orcharbour

151

Gnin habour

152

Containerharbour

153

Timberharbour

I cz+

155

156

G5

a3

a4

170

171

172

173

174

175

176

177

178

179

180

181

182

183

184

185

186

187

Dock

Wharf

Building slp Building yard Buoyyard, Buoy dump

Bunker station Reception facilities far oily wastes Tanket cleaning faciIities Coaling water intake/oulfalI Flaating baftier, Baom

Bollatd

Conveyol Storage tanker Lightet Aboatd Ship Liquefied Natural Gas

Liquefied Petroleum Gas Very Larye Oude Catier

DK

G35

c18

HarbourInstallations

H9

Bol

LASH

LNG

LPG

VLCC

lH riOes.Currents

TermsRelatingto TidalLevels

1

2

4

5

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8

I

10

11

13

14

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ChanDatum

405

CD

Datumfarsoundingrcduction

T5

LawestAstronombalnde

405.3

HAT

Highest Astronomical Tide

MeanLowWater

TAc

Mean High Water

[,tsL

Mean Sea Level

I\,4LWS

Mean

Low Watet Spings

T9

MHWS

Mean High WaterSp ngs

TE

[,ILWN

MeanLowWaterNeaps

T9a

MHWN

MeanHigh WalerNeaps

TBa

Mean LowerLaw Water

Tgb

tllHflw

Mean Highet

High Water

f8b

Mean Higher Law Water

MLHW

MeanLowerHigh Water

16

.l'1

D

d

Spring Tide

T6

T7

High Water

T1

Low Water

T2

 

MTL

T3

OrdnanceDatun

QD

30 Tabularstatqnentof sani-diurnl or diumaltides

Offshoteposition fot v/hich tidallevelsate tabulated

tr

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406.2

406.3

406_4

406.5

407.2

407.3

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TidalStreamsandCurrents

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

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Ebb tide stream lwilh mean spting rate)

Currcntin rest cted waterc

Oceancuffent.Detailsof current strengthandseasonalva ations

Oveialls, tide rips, races

Eddies

Position of tabulated tidal straam data with designation

e

Waverecorder

f

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Breakers

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4)4.2

T19

407.4

404.2

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404.2

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