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For UKHO use only 214401 Notices 27- 90/14 ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS Weekly Edition 1 2 January 2014 (Published on the UKHO Website 23 December 2013) 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 VIII Updates to Admiralty Digital Products and Services Mariners are requested to inform the UK Hydrographic Office, Admiralty Way, Taunton, Somerset TA1 2DN immediately of the discovery of new or suspected dangers to navigation, observed changes to navigational aids and of shortcomings in both paper and digital Admiralty Charts or Publications. The Hydrographic Note Form (H102) is to be used to forward this information and to report any ENC display issues. Form H102A is to be used for reporting changes to Port Information Form H102B is to be used for reporting GPS/Chart Datum observations. Copies of these forms can be found at the back of the Admiralty Notices to Mariners and on the UKHO website The following 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: e-mail: [email protected] Phone: +44(0)1823 353448 Fax: +44(0)1823 322352 H102 forms (see back pages of this Weekly Edition) e-mail: [email protected] All other enquiries/information e-mail: [email protected] Phone: +44(0)1823 337900 (24/7) British Crown Copyright 2014. All rights Reserved. Permission is not required to make analogue or PDF copies of these Notices, but such copies may not be sold without the permission of the UKHO. For permission to sell copies of the Notices or to make (non-PDF) digital copies please email [email protected] Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO

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For UKHO use only 214401

Notices27- 90/14

ADMIRALTYNOTICES TO MARINERS

Weekly Edition 12 January 2014

(Published on the UKHO Website 23 December 2013)

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

VIII Updates to Admiralty Digital Products and Services

Marinersare requested to inform theUKHydrographicOffice,AdmiraltyWay, Taunton,SomersetTA1 2DN immediately of the discovery of new or suspected dangers to navigation, observedchanges to navigational aids and of shortcomings in both paper and digital Admiralty Charts orPublications.The Hydrographic Note Form (H102) is to be used to forward this information and to report anyENC display issues.Form H102A is to be used for reporting changes to Port InformationForm H102B is to be used for reporting GPS/Chart Datum observations.Copies of these forms can be found at the back of the Admiralty Notices to Mariners and on theUKHO website

The following 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: e-mail: [email protected]: +44(0)1823 353448Fax: +44(0)1823 322352

H102 forms(see back pages of this Weekly Edition) e-mail: [email protected]

All other enquiries/information e-mail: [email protected]: +44(0)1823 337900 (24/7)

British Crown Copyright 2014. All rights Reserved. Permission is not required to make analogue or PDFcopiesof theseNotices, but suchcopiesmaynot besoldwithout thepermissionof theUKHO. Forpermissionto sell copies of the Notices or to make (non-PDF) digital copies please [email protected]

Printed in the United Kingdom for the UKHO

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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.

Software required:

Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 6.0 or later). Reader software can be obtained direct from the Adobe

website (www.adobe.com).

SEARCHABLE NOTICES TO MARINERS

Enter the www.ukho.gov.uk/nmwebsearch website and select the search option that you require

following the on screen instructions:

Search NMs by - Chart Number only

Search NMs by - Chart Number + Previous NM Number/Year

Search NMs by - Chart Number + Between Previous and Present Dates

Search for Single NM by NM Number/Year

To view the NM, NM Note or full-colour NM Blocks, click on the relevant link.

NOTICES TO MARINERS ON-LINE

Enter the www.ukho.gov.uk/msi website, and then select Notices to Mariners. This will give you

access to the following range of Notice to Mariners services:

- Admiralty NM Web Search

- Weekly NMs

- NM Block, Notes and Diagrams

- Annual NMs

- Cumulative NM List

FURTHER GUIDANCE NOTES

For further details of the online NM facilities please see the NM Guidance Notes on the website,

additional detail includes:

File content and description

PC and printer specifications

CUSTOMER SERVICE

If you experience any difficulties, please contact the UKHO Customer Service on:

Tel: +44 (0) 1823 337900 (24/7)

e-mail: [email protected]

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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 user’s 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 user’s 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.

ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS

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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. Updates may be cut out and pasted/changed directly into the book or alternatively 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.

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 Mariner’s 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.

Section VIII – Admiralty Digital Products and Services

Information relevant to Admiralty Digital Products and Services.

Further Guidance

The Mariner’s 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 Mariner’s Handbook (NP100). This applies to both paper and digital (Admiralty Raster Chart

Service and ENC) versions of charts.

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[1/14] Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List Admiralty Chart 342 344 346 513 886 1036 1039 1208 1496 1861 1862 1863 1869 1870 1908 1911 2107 2151 2597 2699 2790 3546 4602 4788 4789 INT 602 INT 1301 INT 1368 INT 1926 INT 1939

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.6

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 2 January 2014

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2014 Catalogue page

1208 Italy – Sardegna, Approaches to Cagliari. Porto di Cagliari.

Includes significant safety related information as follows: changes to depths within Porto di Cagliari.

1:30,000 1:15,000

25 42

1908 Italy – West Coast, Isola d'Ischia to Capo di Bonifati.

Includes changes to depths, submarine cables, prohibited areas and lights. Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notice 3164(P)/13. This chart remains affected by Notices 2645(P)/13 and 5338(P)/13.

1:300,000 26 44

1911 Mediterranean Sea, Italy – West Coast, Isola del Giglio to Isola

d'Ischia.

Includes changes to depths, lights, restricted areas, regulated areas, submarine cables, buoyage and coastline. Note: This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notice 3164(P)/13. This chart remains affected by Notice 2645(P)/13.

1:300,000

26 42, 44

2107

INT1301 International Chart Series, Entrance to the Baltic, Kattegat, Northern Part.

A Approaches to Frederikshavn. B Skagen.

57°42′⋅58N. — 57°43′⋅37N., 10°34′⋅64E. — 10°36′⋅85E. C Frederikshavn.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: revised plan of Skagen and general updating throughout. Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 2466(T)/11 and 5256(T)/13.

1:200,000 1:50,000 1:12,500 1:12,500

10 34

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.7

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE

NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 2 January 2014 (continued)

Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale Folio 2014 Catalogue page

2597 INT1368

International Chart Series, Denmark, Entrance to the Baltic, Storebælt, Southern Part. Includes changes to depths, wrecks, obstructions and foul areas.(A modified reproduction of INT1368 published by Denmark). Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 5232(T)/13 and 5254(T)/13.

1:75,000 10 34

2790 Ireland – West Coast, Ventry and Dingle Harbours.

Blasket Islands. Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes to depths around the Blasket Islands.

1:15,000 1:37,500

4 22

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.8

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 23 JANUARY 2014 New Admiralty Charts Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be WITHDRAWN

Folio

1036 Vietnam – South Coast, Ho Chi Minh City and Approaches.

10°35′⋅30N. — 10°48′⋅50N., 106°42′⋅00E. — 106°50′⋅70E. One of a series of new metric charts providing improved coverage of Ho Chi Minh City and Approaches. This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.

1:25,000 - 47

1039 Vietnam – South Coast, Outer Approaches to Ho Chi Minh City.

10°25′⋅0N. — 10°38′⋅3N., 106°49′⋅8E. — 106°58′⋅5E. One of a series of new metric charts providing improved coverage of Ho Chi Minh City and Approaches. This chart is referred to WGS84 Datum.

1:25,000 - 47

1861 INT1926

International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean – Islas Canarias, Gran Canaria to El Hierro. 27°05′⋅00N. — 29°23′⋅00N., 14°41′⋅00W. — 18°31′⋅00W. A replacement of existing chart 1869 with revised limits. Includes new depth information from Spanish surveys up to 2000 and changes to submarine cables and coastline. (A modified reproduction of INT1926 published by Spain).

1:350,000 1869 20

1862 INT1939

International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean – Islas Canarias, Lanzarote to Cabo Bojador. 26°06′⋅00N. — 29°27′⋅00N., 12°56′⋅00W. — 15°36′⋅00W. A replacement of existing chart 1870 with revised limits. Includes new depth information from Spanish surveys up to 2001 and changes to submarine cables and coastline. (A modified reproduction of INT1939 published by Spain).

1:350,000 1870 20

1863 North Atlantic Ocean, Islas Canarias, Puerto de los Marmoles to

Puerto del Rosario. 28°28′⋅2N. — 29°00′⋅00N., 13°30′⋅5W. — 13°54′⋅0W.

A Isla de Lanzarote, Puerto de los Marmoles and Naos. 28°56′⋅900N. — 28°58′⋅700N., 13°31′⋅300W. — 13°32′⋅600W. B Isla de Fuerteventura, Puerto del Rosario. 28°29′⋅300N. — 28°30′⋅200N., 13°50′⋅700W. — 13°52′⋅000W.

A replacement of existing chart 886 with revised limits. Includes new plans A Puertos de Los Marmoles and Naos and B Puerto del Rosario.

1:60,000 1:10,000 1:10,000

886 18

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.9

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 23 JANUARY 2014 New Editions of Admiralty Charts Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be WITHDRAWN

Folio

342 China – Zhujiang Kou, Shekou Gang to Mawan Gang.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes to depths and coastline.

1:15,000 342 47

344 China – Zhu Jiang, Shanban Zhou to Nizhou Tou.

Includes changes to depths, buoyage and coastline.

1:25,000 344 47

346 China – Zhu Jiang, Nizhou Tou to Huangpu.

Includes changes to depths, buoyage and coastline.

1:25,000 346 47

513 Central America – East Coast – Honduras, Isla de Roatán to Puerto

Cortés. Tela.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new submarine cables.

1:250,000 1:37,500

513 85

1496 The Great Bahama Bank, Sheet 1 From Great Isaac to 23°40′ N.

Latitude. Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new submarine cables.

1:291,800 1496 83

2151 England – East Coast, River Thames, Tilbury to Margaret Ness.

Continuation.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Port of London Authority surveys.

1:12,500 1:12,500

2151 8

2699 Ireland – North Coast, Horn Head to Fanad Head with Mulroy

Bay. Continuation to Millford.

Includes changes to depths from the latest Irish Government surveys. The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to the WGS84 compatible datum ETRS89.

1:30,000 1:30,000

2699 3

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.10

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ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED

ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 23 JANUARY 2014 New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued) Chart

Title, limits and other remarks

Scale

Charts to be WITHDRAWN

Folio

3546 Norway – West Coast, Karmsundet to Ryvarden and

Skjoldafjorden. A Åkrehamn. B Skjoldastraumen.

Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new submarine cables, submarine pipelines and changes to marine farms.

1:50,000 1:20,000 1:20,000

3546 13

4602 INT602

International Chart Series, South Pacific Ocean, Tasman and Coral Seas, Australia to Northern New Zealand and Fiji. Includes updated lines of equal magnetic variation for 2010.(A modified reproduction of INT602 published by Australia).

1:3,500,000 4602 INT602

66

4788 Canada, Québec Fleuve Saint-Laurent/St. Lawrence River,

Donnacona à/to Batiscan. Portneuf.

Includes changes to depths, coastline and general updating throughout. (A modifed reproduction of Canadian chart 1314).

1:40,000 1:5,000

4788 79

4789 Canada, Québec Fleuve Saint-Laurent/St. Lawrence River,

Batiscan au/to Lac Saint-Pierre. Port de Trois-Rivières. Port de Bécancour.

Changes to depths, coastline and general updating throughout.(A modified reproduction of Canadian chart 1313).

1:40,000 1:15,000 1:15,000

4789 79

denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.11

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denotes chart available in the Admiralty Raster Chart Service series. 1.12

ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN

Admiralty Charts

Chart to be WITHDRAWN

Main Title

On publication of New Chart/New Edition

1208 Italy – Sardegna, Approaches to Cagliari. 1208 1908 Italy – West Coast, Isola d'Ischia to Capo di Bonifati. 1908 1911 Mediterranean Sea, Italy – West Coast, Isola del Giglio to Isola

d'Ischia. 1911

2107 INT1301

International Chart Series, Entrance to the Baltic, Kattegat, Northern Part.

2107 INT1301

2597 INT1368

International Chart Series, Denmark, Entrance to the Baltic, Storebælt, Southern Part.

2597 INT1368

2790 Ireland – West Coast, Ventry and Dingle Harbours. 2790

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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX

(1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 � 2.8

(3) North Russia, Norway, The Færoe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(4) Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9 � 2.10

(5) North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(6) France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11 � 2.13

(9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14

(10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 � 2.15

(12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.16 � 2.18

(15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.20 � 2.21

(16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(20) Pacific Ocean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21 � 2.22

(21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

(26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22 � 2.23

(27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.24 � 2.36

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INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS

Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio27 2.20 5528 2.20 5329 2.20 5430 2.20 5531 2.21 5532(T)/14 2.30 5333(T)/14 2.30 5334(T)/14 2.30 53, 5435(T)/14 2.31 5436(T)/14 2.31 5437 2.9 1038 2.22 83, 8639* 2.5 340 2.11 3141 2.12 3142 2.9 1143 2.12 3144 2.21 7445 2.22 8146 2.23 8147 2.23 8148 2.10 1049 2.16 4750 2.23 8151* 2.5 752 2.10 1053(P)/14 2.26 2754 2.13 2755 2.13 2656(T)/14 2.28 5057(T)/14 2.29 5058(T)/14 2.31 6359(T)/14 2.32 6660(T)/14 2.33 6661(T)/14 2.33 6662(P)/14 2.33 6563 2.17 4764* 2.14 4065 2.22 8366* 2.6 267* 2.6 268* 2.6 269* 2.7 370 2.17 5071 2.17 4772(T)/14 2.24 6, 1373(P)/14 2.36 9874(T)/14 2.29 5075(T)/14 2.24 19, 20, 34, 35, 36, 38, 42,

43, 46, 53, 64, 87, 89, 92,95

76(T)/14 2.35 57, 68, 70, 73, 74, 88, 8977(T)/14 2.29 53, 5778(T)/14 2.29 5079(P)/14 2.27 2980(P)/14 2.31 5281(T)/14 2.34 71

82* 2.7 3, 583 2.22 7084 2.13 2985* 2.8 186* 2.8 2, 487* 2.14 3488 2.13 3089 2.15 4090 2.18 45, 46, 47, 48

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Admiralty Chart No. NoticesAdmiralty Chart No. Notices

186 53P, 54187 53P, 54188 53P, 54295 72T299 72T306 87311 75T341 49351 55529 75T658 87659 87709 75T716 75T736 51761 76T766 76T776 88827 75T829 75T849 88

1065 80P1090 421121 821124 56T1125 861126 56T1130 56T1176 681199 57T1259 80P1308 441309 441348 901371 901378 441418 53P, 541478 671490 441522 79P, 841729 831763 701859 681901 851907 691994 692000 392108 522115 482126 822131 692182D 72T2199 822251 372254 862283 412285 402399 432403 902412 77T2413 74T2414 632419 74T2422 902423 862426 632456 462590 522595 48

Admiralty Chart No. Notices

2635 822673 72T2724 822726 472754 452789 862798 822816 372817 372869 902878 672888 642890 463084 73P3151 653174 643273 673274 66, 673275 663349 713447 633455 503456 503482 903734 893736 893737 893738 893746 693841 653937 903947 903948 904051 76T4052 76T4104 75T4115 75T4118 78T4202 75T4203 75T4209 75T4215 75T4216 75T4400 384401 384506 76T4509 77T4510 75T4604 76T4605 76T4606 76T4607 76T4615 76T4618 76T4619 76T4623 76T4624 76T4625 76T4629 76T4632 76T4653 76T4702 75T4703 75T4706 75T4707 75T4708 75T4714 75T4802 76T4806 75T

Admiralty Chart No. Notices

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4808 76T4810 75T4811 76T

AustralianChart No. Notices

Aus 4 58TAus 144 62PAus 158 62PAus 235 59T, 60TAus 236 59TAus 237 59TAus 238 59TAus 814 59TAus 815 59TAus 826 61TAus 827 61T

New ZealandChart No. Notices

NZ 4314 81T

JapaneseChart No. Notices

JP 77 34TJP 91 33TJP 127 36TJP 150C 34TJP 150A 35TJP 1049 32TJP 1062 33TJP 1081 33TJP 1086 28JP 1101 36TJP 1103 35TJP 1110 35TJP 1144 29JP 1169 27, 30, 31

InternationalChart No. Notices

INT 51 76TINT 52 76TINT 104 75TINT 202 75TINT 203 75TINT 209 75TINT 215 75TINT 216 75TINT 400 38INT 401 38INT 506 76TINT 509 77TINT 510 75TINT 550 90INT 604 76TINT 605 76TINT 606 76TINT 607 76TINT 623 76TINT 624 76TINT 625 76T

Admiralty Chart No. Notices

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INT 629 76TINT 632 76TINT 653 76TINT 702 75TINT 703 75TINT 706 75TINT 707 75TINT 708 75TINT 714 75TINT 802 76TINT 810 75TINT 811 76TINT 1040 72TINT 1061 82INT 1062 82INT 1064 86INT 1302 52INT 1332 48INT 1380 52INT 1546 51INT 1606 82INT 1634 69INT 1635 69INT 1636 69INT 1649 67INT 1650 66, 67INT 1651 66INT 1654 68INT 1655 68INT 2089 75TINT 2814 87INT 7060 75TINT 7199 64INT 7209 64INT 7254 89INT 7255 89INT 7258 89INT 7261 89

InternationalChart No. Notices

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II39* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Gareloch - Faslane Base and Garelochhead S - Buoy. Wrecks. Restricted area.

Legend.Source: HMNB Clyde

Chart 2000 [ previous update 1201/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert 10%, Wk(a) 56° 04´·440N., 4° 49´·960W.

limit of restricted area, Ç, joining:56° 04´·383N., 4° 49´·677W.(shore)56° 04´·366N., 4° 49´·883W.

(b) 56° 03´·766N., 4° 49´·850W.(c) 56° 02´·816N., 4° 49´·416W.

(existing limit)legend, Protected Area (see Note), along E side of: (b)-(c) above

Delete 3+ Wk56° 04´·44N., 4° 49´·89W.

Ef Fl.Y.5s2M, close NE of:(a) above

former limit of restricted area, Ç, and associated legend,

Protected Area (see Note), joining: 56° 04´·34N., 4° 49´·72W.(jetty)56° 02´·93N., 4° 49´·54W.(c) above

Chart 2000 (panel B, Faslane Base) [ previous update 1201/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert limit of restricted area, Ç, joining:56° 04´·194N., 4° 49´·874W.(N border)

(a) 56° 03´·766N., 4° 49´·850W.(b) 56° 02´·894N., 4° 49´·452W.

(S border)legend, Protected Area (see Note), along E side of: (a)-(b) above

Delete former limit of restricted area, Ç, and associated legend,

Protected Area (see Note), joining: 56° 04´·19N., 4° 49´·70W.(N border)56° 02´·96N., 4° 49´·53W.56° 02´·89N., 4° 49´·46W.(S border)

51* SCOTLAND - East Coast - Firth of Forth - Inch Garvie E - Mooring buoy.Source: Forth Ports Limited

Chart 736 (INT 1546) [ previous update 4816/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert R 55° 59´·975N., 3° 22´·580W.

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66* WALES - South Coast - Milford Haven - Murco Marine Terminal - Valero Terminal - Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal - Dredged depths.

Source: Milford Haven Port Authority Notice 102/13

Chart 3274 (INT 1650) [ previous update 3072/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, Dredged to 7·2m (2013), centred on: 51° 42´·120N., 5° 03´·290W.legend to, Dredged to 18·5m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·895N., 5° 02´·440W.dredged depth to, 6·1m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·820N., 5° 01´·400W.

Chart 3275 (INT 1651) [ previous update 3072/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend dredged depth to, 18·5m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·900N., 5° 02´·310W.dredged depth to, 6·1m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·820N., 5° 01´·400W.dredged depth to, 6·2m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·895N., 4° 57´·110W.

Chart 3275 (INT 1651) (panel A, Pembroke Reach) [ previous update 3072/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, Dredged to 6·2m (2013), centred on: 51° 41´·895N., 4° 57´·110W.

67* WALES - South Coast - Approaches to Milford Haven - Saint Ann�s Head - Light. Legend.Light List Vol. A, 2013/14, 5284Source: Trinity House

Chart 1478 [ previous update 5152/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, R, centred on: 51° 39´·44N., 5° 06´·50W.

Chart 2878 [ previous update New Edition 16/05/2013 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, Fl.R, centred on: 51° 39´·97N., 5° 07´·88W.

Chart 3273 (INT 1649) [ previous update New Edition 09/05/2013 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, Fl.R, centred on: 51° 40´·090N., 5° 07´·955W.

Chart 3274 (INT 1650) [ previous update 66/14 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend legend to, Fl.R, centred on: 51° 40´·265N., 5° 08´·610W.

68* ENGLAND - West Coast - Port of Bristol - King Road - Denny Shoal - Depth.Source: Bristol Port Company

Chart 1176 (INT 1654) [ previous update 4492/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert depth, 41 , enclosed by 5m contour 51° 30´·23N., 2° 45´·02W.

Chart 1859 (INT 1655) (panel A, King Road) [ previous update 4492/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert depth, 41 , enclosed by 5m contour 51° 30´·231N., 2° 45´·024W.

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69* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Dunoon - The Gantocks - Buoy.Source: Northern Lighthouse Board

Chart 1907 (INT 1634) [ previous update 4579/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Replace GUm No 31 with GUm Q No 3155° 56´·56N., 4° 55´·13W.

Chart 1994 (INT 1636) [ previous update New Edition 28/11/2013 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Replace GUm No 31 with GUm Q No 3155° 56´·558N., 4° 55´·132W.

Chart 2131 [ previous update 4579/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Replace GUmwith GUm Q 55° 56´·56N., 4° 55´·13W.

Chart 3746 (INT 1635) [ previous update New Edition 28/11/2013 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Replace GUm No 31 with GUm Q No 3155° 56´·56N., 4° 55´·13W.

82* SCOTLAND - West Coast - Kintyre S - Sanda Island - Automatic Identification System.Light List Vol. A, 2013/14, 4274ALRS Vol. 2, 2013/14: (46/13)Source: Northern Lighthouse Board

Chart 1121 (INT 1062) [ previous update 5427/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·7N., 5° 34´·8W.

Chart 2126 (panel, Sanda Island) [ previous update 5127/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·51N., 5° 34´·98W.

Chart 2126 [ previous update 5127/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·51N., 5° 34´·98W.

Chart 2199 [ previous update 5127/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·51N., 5° 34´·98W.

Chart 2635 (INT 1061) [ previous update 5444/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·4N., 5° 34´·9W.

Chart 2724 (INT 1606) [ previous update 5127/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·51N., 5° 34´·98W.

Chart 2798 [ previous update 5096/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Insert Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light 55° 16´·51N., 5° 34´·98W.

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85* ENGLAND - South Coast - Plymouth - Cattewater - River Plym - Laira Bridge -Vertical clearance.

Source: Queen�s Harbour Master Plymouth

Chart 1901 (panel, Continuation of Cattewater) [ previous update 4529/13 ] ETRS89 DATUM

Amend vertical clearance to 4·5m 50° 22´·115N., 4° 06´·502W.

86* IRELAND - South West Coast - Tearaght Island W to Great Blasket Island S - Depths.Source: rv Cosantóir Bradán and rv GeoNote: This update is included in New Edition 2790, published 2nd January 2014.

Chart 1125 (INT 1064) [ previous update 5291/13 ] OSI DATUM

Replace depth, 116 , and associated 20m contour with depth, 64 , enclosed by 10m contour 52° 02´·6N., 10° 34´·6W.

Chart 2254 [ previous update 4017/13 ] OSI DATUM

Insert depth, 79 , enclosed by 10m contour (a) 52° 04´·35N., 10° 41´·27W.depth, 56 , enclosed by 10m contour (b) 52° 02´·04N., 10° 36´·87W.depth, 145 , enclosed by 20m contour (c) 52° 02´·44N., 10° 37´·85W.depth, 111 , enclosed by 20m contour (d) 52° 03´·91N., 10° 37´·27W.depth, 64 , enclosed by 10m contour (e) 52° 02´·60N., 10° 34´·56W.

Delete depth, 44, close S of: (a) abovedepth, 79 , and associated 10m contour, close SW of: (b) abovedepth, 33, close NE of: (c) abovedepth, 25, and associated 30m contour, close S of: (d) abovedepth, 116 , and associated 20m contour, close NE of: (e) above

Chart 2423 [ previous update 4383/13 ] OSI DATUM

Insert depth, 79 , enclosed by 10m contour (a) 52° 04´·35N., 10° 41´·27W.depth, 56 , enclosed by 10m contour (b) 52° 02´·04N., 10° 36´·87W.depth, 145 , enclosed by 20m contour (c) 52° 02´·44N., 10° 37´·85W.depth, 111 , enclosed by 20m contour (d) 52° 03´·91N., 10° 37´·27W.depth, 64 , enclosed by 10m contour (e) 52° 02´·60N., 10° 34´·56W.

Delete depth, 44, close S of: (a) abovedepth, 79 , and associated 10m contour, close SW of: (b) abovedepth, 33, close NE of: (c) abovedepth, 25, and associated 30m contour, close S of: (d) abovedepth, 116 , and associated 20m contour, close NE of: (e) above

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Chart 2789 [ previous update 4017/13 ] OSI DATUM

Insert depth, 79 , enclosed by 10m contour 52° 04´·35N., 10° 41´·27W.depth, 56 , and extend 10m contour NE to enclose (a) 52° 02´·04N., 10° 36´·87W.depth, 145 , enclosed by 20m contour (b) 52° 02´·44N., 10° 37´·85W.depth, 133 , enclosed by 20m contour (c) 52° 02´·88N., 10° 37´·37W.depth, 62 , enclosed by 10m contour (d) 52° 03´·74N., 10° 36´·91W.depth, 111 , enclosed by 20m contour 52° 03´·91N., 10° 37´·27W.depth, 64 , enclosed by 10m contour 52° 02´·60N., 10° 34´·56W.depth, 36 , enclosed by 5m contour 52° 05´·13N., 10° 32´·37W.

Delete depth, 79 , close SW of: (a) abovedepth, 33, close NE of: (b) abovedepth, 44, close SW of: (c) abovedepth, 27, close S of: (d) above

37 SWEDEN - East Coast - Öland, East Coast - Kårehamn NE - Buoyage. Restricted area. Depths. Submarine power cable. Wind farm. Lights. Mooring buoys. Recommended track.

Light List Vol. C, 2013/14, 7267, 7267.05, 7267.2, 7267.4, 7267.6, 7267.8Source: Swedish Notice 469/9068/13Note: Former Notice 4308(P)/12 is cancelled.

Chart 2251 [ previous update 5052/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert the accompanying block, showing new wind farm, restricted area, lights, submarine power cable and amendments to depths, buoyage, mooring buoys and recommended track, centred on: 56° 59´·50N., 17° 00´·20E.

Chart 2816 [ previous update New Edition 21/11/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert symbol, wind farm 56° 59´·2N., 17° 00´·8E.

Chart 2817 [ previous update New Edition 21/11/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert symbol, wind farm 56° 59´·2N., 17° 00´·8E.

42 RUSSIA - Baltic Sea Coast - Approaches to Vysotsk - O. Mayachnyy W - Buoyage.Source: Maritime Administration of Port Vysotsk

Chart 1090 (panel C, Vyborg and Approaches) [ previous update 1824/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Replace Fp¥ LFl.6s No 3 with Fp¥ LFl.6s60° 34´·49N., 28° 24´·31E.

86* IRELAND - South West Coast - Tearaght Island W to Great Blasket Island S - Depths. (continued)

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48 DENMARK - Islands - The Sound - Køge Bugt - Buoy.Source: Danish Chart Correction 46/537/13 Note: Former Notice 1620(T)/13 is cancelled.

Chart 2115 [ previous update 4593/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert J; Fl(5)Y.20s Recording Station55° 26´·75N., 12° 37´·78E.

Chart 2595 (INT 1332) [ previous update 5116/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert J; Fl(5)Y.20s Recording Station55° 26´·75N., 12° 37´·78E.

52 DENMARK - East Coast - Anholt SW and Samsø E - Wind farm. Lights. Cautionary note. Depths. Legends. Restricted areas. Buoyage. Radar beacon.

Light List Vol. C, 2013/14, 0201.9, 0202.2-0204ALRS Vol. 2, 2013/14: 56220 (18/13) Source: Danish Chart Corrections 44/509/13 and 46/535-536/13Note: This update is included in New Edition of Chart 2107 published 2 January 2014.

Chart 2108 (INT 1302) [ previous update 4378/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert the accompanying block, showing new radar beacon and amendments to wind farm, lights, depths, restricted areas, buoyage and legends, centred on: 56° 34´·90N., 11° 11´·80E.the accompanying note, ANHOLT WIND FARM, centred on: 56° 09´·80N., 10° 00´·40E.

Replace B{with B\ 55° 57´·02N., 10° 43´·58E.

Chart 2590 (INT 1380) [ previous update 5348/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Replace B Fl.R 3s with B\ 55° 57´·02N., 10° 43´·58E.

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40 BULGARIA - Varnenski Zaliv - Yevksinograd - Restricted areas. Legends.Source: Bulgarian Notices 2/31-32/13

Chart 2285 [ previous update 2249/12 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM

Insert limit of restricted area, ÇÅÆÇ, joining:(a) 43° 13´·22N., 27° 58´·95E. (shore)(b) 43° 12´·91N., 27° 58´·95E.(c) 43° 12´·79N., 27° 59´·19E.(d) 43° 12´·73N., 27° 59´·73E.(e) 43° 12´·73N., 27° 59´·96E.(f) 43° 12´·89N., 28° 00´·34E.(g) 43° 13´·19N., 28° 00´·34E. (shore)

and(h) 43° 13´·04N., 27° 58´·95E.

(existing limit)(i) 43° 12´·93N., 27° 59´·87E.(j) 43° 13´·13N., 28° 00´·34E.

(existing limit)legend, Area No. 080 (1 May - 30 Sept.), within: (a)-(g) abovelegend, Area No. 081 (1 Oct. - 30 Apr.), within: (h)-(j) above

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41 BULGARIA - Nos Ekrene and Nos Ilandzhik E - Marine farm. Submarine pipelines.Restricted area.

Source: Bulgarian Notices 1/10/13 and 2/26/13

Chart 2283 [ previous update 1875/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert Ì 43° 19´·08N., 28° 04´·11E.submarine pipeline, È, joining:

43° 02´·60N., 28° 17´·74E.(existing pipeline)43° 02´·56N., 28° 19´·83E.and43° 01´·63N., 28° 21´·64E.(existing pipeline)43° 01´·16N., 28° 22´·73E.

limit of restricted area, ÇÅÆÇ, joining:(a) 43° 03´·13N., 28° 18´·42E.

(exisiting limit)43° 03´·13N., 28° 20´·20E.

(b) 43° 02´·30N., 28° 20´·20E.(existing limit)and

(c) 43° 02´·08N., 28° 22´·42E.(existing limit)43° 01´·65N., 28° 23´·40E.43° 00´·70N., 28° 23´·20E.

(d) 43° 01´·08N., 28° 22´·20E.(existing limit)

Delete former limit of restricted area, ÇÅÆÇ, joining:(a) above43° 02´·51N., 28° 18´·45E.(b) aboveand(c) above(d) above

43 BULGARIA - Burgaski Zaliv - Zaliv Atiya SE - Leading lines.Light List Vol. E, 2013/14, 4978.43, 4978.45Source: Bulgarian Notice 19/1/13

Chart 2399 [ previous update New Edition 25/04/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert leading line, pecked line for 975m then firm line for 625m, extending in direction 304·7º from: (a) 42° 26´·74N., 27° 35´·13E.legend, 124·7°, seaward end of: (a) above

Delete leading line, pecked line and firm line, and associated legend, 127°, extending in direction 307° from: (a) above

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54 ITALY - East Coast - Brindisi and Approaches - Legend.Source: Brindisi Harbour Master�s Office

Chart 186 [ previous update 5250/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, TSS (see NM 53(P)/14), centred on: 40° 43´·4N., 18° 11´·6E.

Chart 187 [ previous update 4487/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, TSS (see NM 53(P)/14), centred on: 40° 43´·3N., 18° 10´·6E.

Chart 188 [ previous update New Edition 29/08/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, TSS (see NM 53(P)/14), centred on: 40° 43´·0N., 18° 10´·9E.

Chart 1418 [ previous update 5251/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, TSS (see NM 53(P)/14), centred on: 40° 41´·03N., 18° 04´·35E.

55 ITALY - West Coast - Gulf of Genoa - Imperia SE - Historic wreck. Cautionary note.Source: Italian Notice 22.4/13

Chart 351 (panel E, Approaches to Imperia) [ previous update 4138/13 ] MONTE MARIO 1940 DATUM

Insert circular limit of restricted area, ÇÅÆÇ, radius

500m (0·27M), centred on: (a) 43° 51´·36N., 8° 03´·22E.legend, Historic Wreck, within: (a) above

Chart 351 [ previous update 4138/13 ] MONTE MARIO 1940 DATUM

Insert the accompanying note, HISTORIC WRECKS within title panel

84 TURKEY - West Coast - İzmir Körfezi - Legend.Source: UKHO

Chart 1522 [ previous update 2321/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Amend legend to, İzmir Körfezi TSS (see NM 79(P)/14), centred on: 38° 24´·57N., 26° 54´·28E.

88 CYPRUS - North Coast - Morphou Bay - Karavostasi N - Depth.Source: Turkish Chart 3401

Chart 776 [ previous update 3276/12 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert depth, 66 , enclosed by 10m contour 35° 09´·08N., 32° 49´·75E.

Chart 849 (panel A, Karavostasi) [ previous update 3314/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert depth, 66 , enclosed by 10m contour 35° 09´·08N., 32° 49´·75E.

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87* ANGOLA - Entrance to River Congo - Ponta da Moita Seca NW and Ponta de Padrão - Radar beacons. Light.

Light List Vol. D, 2013/14, 4382, 8628.4, 8628.6ALRS Vol. 2, 2013/14: 73125, 73128 (50/13)Source: Angola LNG Ltd

Chart 306 (INT 2814) [ previous update 5128/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert radar beacon, Racon (U), at platform 6° 00´·9S., 12° 12´·5E.6° 03´·7S., 12° 12´·1E.

¶ Fl.G.4s15m11M6° 04´·7S., 12° 19´·9E.

Chart 658 [ previous update 3567/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert radar beacon, Racon (U), at platform 6° 00´·95S., 12° 12´·53E.6° 03´·65S., 12° 12´·10E.

¶ Fl.G.4s15m11M6° 04´·67S., 12° 19´·88E.

Chart 659 (panel A, Approaches to Soyo) [ previous update 4473/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ¶ Fl.G.4s15m11M6° 04´·677S., 12° 19´·883E.

64* UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Ra�s Al Khaymah NW - Wreck.Source: UKHO

Chart 2888 (INT 7199) [ previous update New Edition 17/10/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert 15$, Wk25° 53´·3N., 55° 54´·3E.

Chart 3174 (INT 7209) [ previous update 4204/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert 15$, Wk25° 53´·30N., 55° 54´·33E.

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89 BAHRAIN - Khalifa Bin Salma-n Port S and N - Radio reporting point. Submarine pipeline. Restricted area.ALRS Vol. 6(8), 2013/14: (49/13)Source: Bahraini Notice 6/13

Chart 3734 (INT 7261) [ previous update 5125/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ë, direction of vessel movement 082°/262°26° 10´·110N., 50° 43´·110E.

submarine pipeline, È, joining:26° 13´·573N., 50° 42´·370E.(shore)26° 13´·858N., 50° 43´·234E.

limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·568N., 50° 42´·362E.(shore)26° 13´·481N., 50° 42´·442E.26° 13´·805N., 50° 43´·417E.

(a) 26° 13´·915N., 50° 43´·361E.(existing limit)

Delete former limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·595N., 50° 42´·387E.(shore)(a) above

Chart 3736 (INT 7258) [ previous update New Edition 28/11/2013 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ë, direction of vessel movement 082°/262°26° 10´·110N., 50° 43´·110E.

submarine pipeline, È, joining:26° 13´·573N., 50° 42´·370E.(shore)26° 13´·858N., 50° 43´·234E.

limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·568N., 50° 42´·362E.(shore)26° 13´·481N., 50° 42´·442E.26° 13´·805N., 50° 43´·417E.

(a) 26° 13´·915N., 50° 43´·361E.(existing limit)

Delete former limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·595N., 50° 42´·387E.(shore)(a) above

Chart 3737 (INT 7255) [ previous update 5125/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine pipeline, È, joining:26° 13´·57N., 50° 42´·37E.(shore)26° 13´·86N., 50° 43´·23E.

limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·57N., 50° 42´·36E.(shore)26° 13´·48N., 50° 42´·44E.26° 13´·81N., 50° 43´·42E.

(a) 26° 13´·92N., 50° 43´·36E.(existing limit)

Delete former limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·60N., 50° 42´·39E.(shore)(a) above

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Chart 3738 (INT 7254) [ previous update 5125/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine pipeline, È, joining:26° 13´·57N., 50° 42´·37E.(shore)26° 13´·86N., 50° 43´·23E.

limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·57N., 50° 42´·36E.(shore)26° 13´·48N., 50° 42´·44E.26° 13´·81N., 50° 43´·42E.

(a) 26° 13´·92N., 50° 43´·36E.(existing limit)

Delete former limit of restricted area, ÇÅÇ, joining:26° 13´·60N., 50° 42´·39E.(shore)(a) above

49 CHINA - South Coast - Macao - Ilhade Coloane E and SE, Jiuzhou Gang SE and Daxi Shuidao - Xiaoputai Dao W - Depths.

Source: Chinese Chart 15476

Chart 341 [ previous update 5270/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert depth, 32 (a) 22° 07´·15N., 113° 37´·54E.depth, 16 , and extend 2m contour E to enclose 22° 06´·20N., 113° 36´·83E.depth, 17 , enclosed by 2m contour 22° 13´·43N., 113° 35´·64E.depth, 71 (b) 22° 01´·87N., 113° 35´·61E.

Delete depth, 43 , close SW of: (a) abovedepth, 8, close E of: (b) above

89 BAHRAIN - Khalifa Bin Salma-n Port S and N - Radio reporting point. Submarine pipeline. Restricted area.

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63 SOUTH CHINA SEA - Jerneh Oil Field W - Platform. Submarine power cable.Light List Vol. F, 2013/14, 9530.5Source: Malaysian Notice 123/13

Chart 2414 [ previous update 5367/13 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM

Insert ¼{ (a) 6° 40´·5N., 103° 12´·0E.submarine power cable, ÉÊÉ, joining:

(a) above6° 33´·0N., 103° 21´·1E. ( ¼)

Chart 2426 [ previous update 5367/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ¼{ Damar A(a) 6° 40´·5N., 103° 12´·0E.

submarine power cable, ÉÊÉ, joining:(a) above6° 33´·0N., 103° 21´·1E. ( ¼)

Chart 3447 [ previous update 5366/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ¼{ Damar A(a) 6° 40´·47N., 103° 12´·01E.

submarine power cable, ÉÊÉ, joining:(a) above6° 33´·00N., 103° 21´·10E. ( ¼)

70 CHINA - East Coast - Wenzhou Gang - Oujiang Beikou - Qidutu SE - Longwan Sha - Light-beacon. Automatic Identification System.

Light List Vol. F, 2013/14, 3662.61ALRS Vol. 2, 2013/14: (50/13)Source: Chinese Notices 43/1600/13 and 46/1757/13

Chart 1763 [ previous update 5087/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert TÜlMo(P)Y.12s No 3(a) 27° 58´·66N., 120° 47´·78E.

Automatic Identification System, AIS, at light-beacon (a) above

71 CHINA - South Coast - Zhanjiang Gang - Dongtoushan Dao - Lights. Light-beacons.Light List Vol. F, 2013/14, 3381, 3381.1Source: Chinese Notice 46/1762/13

Chart 3349 (panel, Zhanjiang Gang) [ previous update 5034/13 ] CGCS 2000 DATUM

Replace ¶ Iso.G.4s13m8M with T©F.R.37m7M21° 06´·75N., 110° 24´·77E.

¶ Iso.G.4s23m12M with symbol, light-beacon with

triangular topmark, apex downwards, F.R.43m7M 21° 06´·60N., 110° 24´·78E.

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90 SOUTH CHINA SEA - SINGAPORE - MALAYSIA - INDONESIA - Submarine cables.Source: UKHONote: Charts 1348, 1371, 2403, 2422, 2869, 3482, 3937, 3947 and 3948 are to be deleted from the list of charts affected by

Notice 4345(P)/13

Chart 1348 [ previous update 3826/13 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:4° 55´·00N., 107° 43´·49E.(N border)4° 38´·30N., 107° 28´·75E.(metric conversion table)4° 36´·75N., 107° 27´·35E.(metric conversion table)4° 35´·13N., 107° 25´·98E.(W border)

Chart 1371 [ previous update 4792/13 ] UNDETERMINED DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:3° 42´·54N., 106° 14´·00E.(W border of panel)3° 33´·40N., 105° 52´·67E.3° 24´·59N., 105° 38´·38E.3° 15´·30N., 105° 26´·02E.3° 12´·02N., 105° 23´·61E.3° 11´·05N., 105° 22´·40E.(W border)

Chart 2403 [ previous update 4594/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:1° 18´·9N., 104° 29´·6E.1° 21´·2N., 104° 35´·3E.1° 23´·2N., 104° 38´·2E.1° 25´·3N., 104° 40´·5E.1° 31´·7N., 104° 44´·0E.1° 53´·2N., 104° 54´·9E.2° 00´·0N., 104° 58´·5E.(N border)

Chart 2422 [ previous update 1991/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining1° 20´·0N., 104° 32´·5E.1° 23´·8N., 104° 39´·8E.2° 08´·3N., 105° 02´·8E.2° 27´·6N., 105° 09´·8E.2° 46´·3N., 105° 08´·6E.3° 09´·3N., 105° 20´·5E.3° 15´·4N., 105° 26´·2E.3° 25´·6N., 105° 40´·0E.(E border)

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Chart 2869 [ previous update 4792/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:1° 20´·1N., 104° 32´·4E.1° 23´·8N., 104° 39´·6E.2° 08´·3N., 105° 02´·8E.2° 27´·6N., 105° 09´·8E.2° 46´·2N., 105° 08´·6E.(existing cable)

Chart 3482 (INT 550) [ previous update 5366/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:5° 12´·0N., 108° 00´·0E.(existing cable)5° 36´·4N., 108° 49´·4E.6° 07´·2N., 110° 13´·8E.

Chart 3937 (panel A, Sambu and Sekupang) [ previous update 4309/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:1° 10´·875N., 103° 52´·100E.(W border)1° 10´·840N., 103° 52´·528E.1° 10´·946N., 103° 53´·063E.1° 10´·929N., 103° 53´·720E.1° 10´·952N., 103° 53´·818E.(tidal levels box)

Chart 3947 [ previous update 4982/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:1° 05´·55N., 103° 31´·60E.(S border)1° 06´·20N., 103° 31´·80E.1° 09´·50N., 103° 34´·00E.(E border)

Chart 3948 [ previous update 3031/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert submarine cable, É, joining:1° 02´·09N., 103° 36´·72E.(N border)1° 01´·00N., 103° 38´·62E.1° 00´·87N., 103° 39´·35E.1° 00´·99N., 103° 39´·96E.1° 01´·90N., 103° 41´·52E.1° 02´·69N., 103° 42´·45E.(N border)

90 SOUTH CHINA SEA - SINGAPORE - MALAYSIA - INDONESIA - Submarine cables. (continued)

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27 JAPAN - Honshu- - North West Coast - Shirao to Kasa-no-Misaki - Jetties. Depths.Source: Japanese Notice 49/919/13

Chart JP 1169 [ previous update 4904/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert the accompanying block A, showing new jetties and amendments to depths, centred on: 36° 44´·10N., 136° 40´·55E.the accompanying block B, showing new jetties and amendments to depths, centred on: 36° 32´·90N., 136° 31´·80E.the accompanying block C, showing new jetties and amendments to depths, centred on: 36° 25´·84N., 136° 24´·78E.

28 JAPAN - Honshu- - South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Chiba Ko - Chiba Passage, North Quay NW, East Quay E and Nanpo Quay S - Depths. Jetty. Berth. Legend. Coastline. Dredged area. Landmark.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/920/13Note: Former Notice 2565(T)/13 is cancelled.

Chart JP 1086 [ previous update 5003/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert the accompanying block A, showing amendments to depths, centred on: 35° 35´ 26·2"N., 140° 03´ 48·3"E.the accompanying block B, showing amendments to depths, centred on: 35° 35´ 33·5"N., 140° 04´ 57·9"E.the accompanying block C, showing new jetty, berth and legend and amendments to depths, coastline, dredged area and landmark, centred on: 35° 34´ 57·2"N., 140° 06´ 11·7"E.the accompanying block D, showing amendments to depths, centred on: 35° 34´ 07·6"N., 140° 07´ 25·6"E.

29 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Wakayama-Shimotsu Ko - Shimotsu Ku - Shimeki Saki - Depths. Breakwater.Jetty.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/921/13

Chart JP 1144 [ previous update 4612/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert the accompanying block, showing amendments to depths, breakwater and jetty, centred on: 34° 06´ 50·3"N., 135° 08´ 08·7"E.

30 JAPAN - Honshu- - North West Coast - Kanazawa Ko - Lights.Light List Vol. M, 2013/14, 7232.4Source: Japanese Notice 49/925/13

Chart JP 1169 [ previous update 27/14 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert ¶ Fl (2) G 3M36° 38´·59N., 136° 36´·37E.

Delete ·{ 36° 37´·68N., 136° 36´·22E.

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31 JAPAN - Honshu- - North West Coast - Kanazawa Ko - Breakwater.Source: Japanese Notice 49/926/13

Chart JP 1169 [ previous update 30/14 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert breakwater, single firm line, joining: 36° 38´·73N., 136° 36´·00E.36° 38´·60N., 136° 36´·00E. ( ·)

44 NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Hawaiian Islands - Oahu SE and Maui N and W - Legend. Buoy. Pilot boarding places.

Source: US Coast Guard District 14 LNMs 48/19004/13, 48/19013/13, 48/19324/13, 48/19330/13, 48/19342/13, 48/19348/13 and 48/19381/13

Chart 1308 [ previous update 4835/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, (Pilots), centred on: 20° 51´·2N., 156° 38´·6W.Delete Gd Fl.R.4s

20° 55´·7N., 156° 28´·5W.

Chart 1309 [ previous update 4976/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert legend, (Pilots), centred on: 20° 51´·2N., 156° 38´·6W.Delete Gd Fl.R.4s

20° 55´·7N., 156° 28´·5W.

Chart 1378 [ previous update 4146/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert  21° 17´·5N., 158° 09´·2W.Delete  21° 14´·9N., 158° 06´·2W.

Chart 1490 (panel, Kahului Harbour) [ previous update 4436/13 ] OLD HAWAIIAN DATUM

Delete Dd Fl.R.4s No220° 55´·900N., 156° 28´·690W.

 20° 55´·200N., 156° 28´·900W.

Chart 1490 (panel, Hilo Bay) [ previous update 4436/13 ] OLD HAWAIIAN DATUM

Insert  19° 45´·982N., 155° 04´·966W.Delete  19° 46´·000N., 155° 04´·510W.

Chart 1490 (panel, Kawaihae) [ previous update 4436/13 ] OLD HAWAIIAN DATUM

Insert  20° 03´·282N., 155° 51´·467W.Delete  20° 03´·030N., 155° 51´·200W.

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83 SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Samoa Islands - Tutuila Island - Pago Pago Harbour - Nuututoi Pt. NE and Breakers Point SW - Depths.

Source: ENC US5SP30M

Chart 1729 (panel, Pago Pago Harbour) [ previous update 4882/12 ] NAD27 DATUM

Insert depth, 164 , enclosed by 20m contour (a) 14° 16´·50S., 170° 40´·47W.Delete depth, 183 , enclosed by 20m contour, Rep (1976) 14° 17´·70S., 170° 39´·88W.

depth, 27, close N of: (a) above

38 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Sigsbee Abyssal Plain N - Radar beacon.ALRS Vol. 2, 2013/14: 96145 (50/13)Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNM 47/411/13

Chart 4400 (INT 400) [ previous update 5332/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert radar beacon, Racon(U), at platform 26° 14´·1N., 91° 15´·7W.

Chart 4401 (INT 401) [ previous update 5332/13 ] WGS84 DATUM

Insert radar beacon, Racon(U), at platform 26° 14´·1N., 91° 15´·7W.

65 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Gulf of Mexico - Mississippi - Pascagoula Bar Channel, Pascagoula Harbor and Horn Island Pass NE - Wreck. Channel depths.

Source: US Coast Guard District 8 LNMs 47/11375/13, 48/11373/13 and 48/11375/13

Chart 3151 [ previous update 5012/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert ´ PA30° 15´·23N., 88° 28´·06W.

Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, centred on: 30° 24´·40N., 88° 26´·30W.

Chart 3841 [ previous update 3781/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Replace existing table with the accompanying table, CHANNEL DEPTHS, centred on: 30° 21´·90N., 88° 36´·10W.

45 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New York - Long Island - Moriches Bay S - Wreck.Source: NOS

Chart 2754 [ previous update 5011/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert 5$+ Wk40° 45´·66N., 72° 43´·76W.

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46 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Buzzards Bay - Cuttyhunk Island NW - Wreck.Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 46/13228/13

Chart 2456 [ previous update 2541/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert 2#+ Wk PA Rep (2013)41° 25´·84N., 70° 59´·22W.

Chart 2890 [ previous update 3809/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert 2#+ Wk PA Rep (2013)41° 25´·84N., 70° 59´·22W.

47 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - Connecticut - Southport - Frost Pt S - Depth.Source: NOS

Chart 2726 [ previous update 1543/12 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert depth, 30, enclosed by 30ft contour 41° 04´·94N., 73° 19´·08W.

50 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - East Coast - New Jersey - Hudson River - Ellis Island NE and W and Liberty Island E and W - Depths. Obstructions. Rocks. Wreck.

Source: US Coast Guard District 1 LNM 48/12334/13

Chart 3455 [ previous update 3791/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert depth, 9, enclosed by danger circle, with seabed type, R (a) 40° 42´·298N., 74° 02´·032W.

8+ Obstn40° 41´·999N., 74° 02´·654W.

depth, 11, enclosed by 18ft contour 40° 41´·905N., 74° 02´·812W.depth, 5, enclosed by 6ft contour 40° 41´·863N., 74° 02´·885W.depth, 8, and extend 18ft contour W to enclose 40° 41´·862N., 74° 02´·702W.depth, 10, enclosed by 18ft contour 40° 41´·785N., 74° 02´·837W.depth, 9, enclosed by 18ft contour 40° 41´·787N., 74° 02´·758W.

3+ Wk(b) 40° 41´·771N., 74° 02´·486W.

20, Obstn40° 41´·378N., 74° 02´·504W.

Delete ¬, close SE of(c) (a) above

¬, close SW of(c) above

®, close E of(b) above

2+ Obstn PA Rep40° 41´·327N., 74° 03´·020W.

Chart 3456 [ previous update 5059/13 ] NAD83 DATUM

Insert 20, Obstn40° 41´·378N., 74° 02´·504W.

Delete 2+ Obstn PA Rep40° 41´·327N., 74° 03´·020W.

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72(T)/14 NORTH SEA - Norwegian Sector - Snorre Oil Field - Submarine pipeline.

Source: Norwegian Notice 22/49502(P)/131. Cable-laying operations are in progress, until 2015, in an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):

2. Mariners are requested to avoid trawling within the area during this time period.3. Former Notice 3383(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - 295 - 299 - 2182D (INT 1040) - 2673

75(T)/14 NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN - SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN - INDIAN OCEAN - NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN -Data buoys.

Source: NOAA1. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) maintains an array of buoys called Autonomous

Temperature Line Acquisition System (ATLAS) in the equatorial regions of the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean.2. * The ATLAS buoys, white and orange, 2 metre toroid buoys with radar reflectors, which make up the array are located in

the following revised positions (WGS84 Datum):

61° 26´·0N., 2° 17´·0E.61° 26´·0N., 2° 04´·0E.61° 31´·0N., 2° 04´·0E.61° 31´·0N., 2° 17´·0E.

Atlantic Ocean6° 00´·3S., 8° 00´·2E.0° 00´·1S., 0° 01´·4W.0° 00´·7N., 9° 53´·0W.6° 02´·6S., 9° 59´·9W.9° 54´·9S., 9° 58´·8W.20° 25´·4N., 23° 10´·0W.11° 28´·6N., 22° 59´·2W.4° 03´·0N., 22° 59´·2W.0° 00´·2S., 22° 59´·2W.7° 54´·1S., 30° 30´·0W.13° 32´·5S., 32° 36´·8W.18° 52´·7S., 34° 41´·2W.0° 00´·7S., 35° 00´·3W.20° 00´·5N., 37° 50´·4W.14° 59´·1N., 38° 01´·4W.11° 30´·3N., 37° 58´·7W.7° 56´·1N., 38° 05´·2W.

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3.

4. * NOAA also maintains two High Latitude buoys in the North Pacific Ocean and in the Gulf of Alaska. The HLB buoys, white and orange, 2 metre round buoys with radar reflectors, are located in the following positions:

5. Mariners are advised to give all buoys a 5 nautical mile wide berth.* Indicates new or revised entry

6. Former Notice 2401(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - 311 (INT 2089) - 529 - 709 - 716 (INT 7060) - 827 - 829 - 4104 (INT 104) - 4115 - 4202 (INT 202) - 4203 (INT 203) - 4209 (INT 209) - 4215 (INT 215) - 4216 (INT 216) - 4510 (INT 510) - 4702 (INT 702) - 4703 (INT 703) - 4706 (INT 706) - 4707 (INT 707) - 4708 (INT 708) - 4714 (INT 714) - 4806 - 4810 (INT 810)

75(T)/14 NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN - SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN - INDIAN OCEAN - NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN -Data buoys. (continued)

Indian Ocean24° 46´·9S., 99° 59´·2E.14° 58´·9N., 89° 55´·7E.12° 04´·8N., 88° 50´·2E.3° 57´·2N., 89° 40´·1E.1° 33´·8N., 90° 02´·6E.0° 00´·2N., 89° 51´·7E.6° 12´·8N., 91° 36´·6E.1° 29´·3N., 82° 49´·0E.0° 04´·3N., 80° 33´·6E.1° 31´·8S., 80° 29´·3E.4° 00´·2S., 80° 29´·6E.8° 00´·5S., 80° 26´·5E.11° 59´·6S., 80° 33´·1E.16° 01´·2S., 80° 27´·3E.1° 37´·5S., 66° 48´·5E.4° 02´·4S., 67° 14´·3E.8° 05´·9S., 66° 56´·5E.12° 11´·9S., 67° 15´·4E.7° 54´·2S., 55° 04´·8E.12° 07´·9S., 54° 51´·8E.

50° 07´·7N., 144° 49´·2W.32° 15´·6N., 144° 34´·4E.

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53(P)/14 ITALY - East Coast - Brindisi and Approaches - Traffic separation scheme. Precautionary area. Light. Area to be avoided.

Source: Brindisi Harbour Master�s Office1. Amendments to the existing traffic separation scheme in the approaches to Brindisi have been announced by the Brindisi

Harbour Master�s Office.2. The main details of the amended scheme are shown in the accompanying diagram. The numbered positions on the diagram

relate to the positions quoted below. (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum).a. Traffic Separation Zone No 1 is to be established, joining the following positions:

b. Traffic Separation Zone No 2 is to be established, joining the following positions:

c. Traffic Separation Zone No 3 is to be established, joining the following positions:

d. Traffic Separation Zone No 4 is to be established, joining the following positions:

e. A precautionary area is to be established, joining the following positions:

3. a. A traffic lane for northbound traffic is to be established between Traffic Separation Zone No 1 described in 2a. above and Traffic Separation Zone No 2 described in 2b. above.b. A traffic lane for north-eastbound traffic is to be established between Traffic Separation Zone No 2 described in 2b. above and Traffic Separation Zone No 3 described in 2c. above.c. A traffic lane for westbound traffic is to be established between Traffic Separation Zone No 3 described in 2c. above, Traffic Separation Zone No 4 described in 2d. above and a line joining position (13), 40° 40´·14N., 18° 07´·02E. and position (10) in 2d. above.

4. A new port entry light has been established in position 40° 39´·52N., 17° 58´·21E.5. Areas to be Avoided have been established either side of the traffic separation scheme above. Within them, transit,

anchoring and stopping of cargo and passenger vessels over 500GT is prohibited.6. Mariners are advised to contact Brindisi Harbour Master�s Office for full details regarding the implementation and operation

of these changes.7. Charts will be updated when full details are available.

Charts affected - 186 - 187 - 188 - 1418

(1) 40° 42´·07N., 17° 58´·83E.(2) 40° 41´·64N., 17° 59´·79E.(3) 40° 40´·20N., 17° 59´·79E.

(4) 40° 43´·10N., 18° 00´·78E.(5) 40° 43´·15N., 18° 03´·79E.(6) 40° 40´·08N., 18° 00´·22E.

(7) 40° 42´·47N., 18° 05´·41E.(8) 40° 40´·89N., 18° 06´·81E.(9) 40° 39´·93N., 18° 00´·37E.

(10) 40° 39´·95N., 18° 04´·67E.(11) 40° 39´·14N., 18° 05´·15E.(12) 40° 39´·61N., 18° 00´·43E.

(14) 40° 39´·56N., 17° 59´·77E.(3) above(6) above(9) above(12) above

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79(P)/14 TURKEY - West Coast - İzmir Körfezi - Traffic separation scheme. Anchorage areas. Harbour limits. Pilot boarding places.

Source: Turkish Notice 46/291/13, ENC TR402212 and UKHO1. To enhance the safety of navigation, the Turkish Government has introduced new Traffic Separation Schemes. These

schemes were implemented at 0000UTC on 31 October 2012 and are described below (All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum):

2. İzmir Körfezi Traffic Separation Schemea. A separation zone is established, bounded by lines connecting the following positions:

b. A traffic lane for eastbound traffic is established between the separation zone in 1a. above and a line connecting the following positions:

c. A traffic lane for westbound traffic is established between the separation zone in 1a. above and a line connecting the following positions:

3. *New pilot boarding places have been established in the following positions:

*The existing pilot boarding places in the following positions have been removed:

38° 25´·77N., 26° 51´·47E.38° 24´·36N., 26° 52´·90E.38° 24´·36N., 26° 57´·12E.38° 25´·32N., 27° 01´·05E.38° 24´·49N., 26° 57´·12E.38° 24´·51N., 26° 53´·02E.38° 25´·91N., 26° 51´·65E.

38° 25´·47N., 26° 51´·05E.38° 23´·77N., 26° 52´·75E.38° 24´·02N., 26° 57´·12E.38° 25´·22N., 27° 01´·04E.38° 25´·21N., 27° 03´·82E.

38° 26´·17N., 26° 52´·02E.38° 25´·34N., 26° 52´·85E.38° 24´·74N., 26° 57´·12E.38° 25´·42N., 27° 01´·00E.38° 25´·52N., 27° 02´·49E.38° 25´·92N., 27° 03´·80E.

38° 24´·69N., 26° 56´·29E.38° 24´·16N., 26° 56´·29E.

38° 26´·05N., 27° 06´·64E.38° 24´·79N., 26° 56´·82E.

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4. *New anchorage areas have been established in the vicinity of İzmir Lõmanõ bounded by the following positions:

*The explosives anchorage area bounded by the following positions no longer exists:

5. *The harbour limits joining the following positions no longer exist:

6. The chart will be updated at the next New Edition.7. Former Notice 1784(P)/13 is cancelled.

* Indicates new or revised entry

Chart affected - 1522

56(T)/14 CHINA - East Coast - Chuanshan Bandao N - Luotou Shuidao - Damao Dao to Waizhi Dao - Power transmission line.

Source: mv Hong Kong Express1. An overhead power cable is reported to exist between the following positions (WGS84 Datum):

2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the vicinity.

Charts affected - 1124 - 1126 - 1130

79(P)/14 TURKEY - West Coast - İzmir Körfezi - Traffic separation scheme. Anchorage areas. Harbour limits. Pilot boarding places. (continued)

Anchorage area number 1 (designated for explosives use)38° 25´·82N., 27° 05´·72E.38° 25´·92N., 27° 06´·17E.38° 25´·25N., 27° 05´·90E.38° 25´·13N., 27° 05´·53E.

Anchorage area number 238° 25´·92N., 27° 06´·17E.38° 26´·12N., 27° 06´·75E.38° 25´·20N., 27° 07´·40E.38° 24´·32N., 27° 05´·30E.38° 25´·13N., 27° 05´·53E.38° 25´·25N., 27° 05´·90E.

38° 27´·81N., 27° 07´·95E.(shore)38° 27´·13N., 27° 07´·98E.38° 27´·13N., 27° 10´·13E.(shore)

38° 27´·24N., 27° 05´·59E.(shore)38° 24´·02N., 27° 04´·88E.(shore)and38° 27´·30N., 27° 07´·23E.(shore)38° 24´·51N., 27° 06´·45E.(shore)and38° 27´·86N., 27° 07´·98E.(shore)38° 25´·77N., 27° 07´·84E.(shore)

29° 55´·98N., 122° 02´·09E.29° 53´·52N., 122° 00´·97E.

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57(T)/14 CHINA - East Coast - Zhoushan Qundao - Approaches to Huangze Yang - Dongbanyang Jiao SW -Buoy.

Source: mv MOL Quartz1. A large buoy has been reported to exist in the outer approaches to Yanshan Deep Water Port, in the vicinity of position

30° 36´·3N., 122° 49´·0E. (CGCS 2000 Datum).

Chart affected - 1199

74(T)/14 CHINA - East Coast - Dong Hai - Dongluo Liedao - Xiluo Dao S and Sanli Jiao S - Virtual aids to navigation.

Source: Chinese Notices 52/2154(T)/12 and 46/1791(T)/131. Virtual aids to navigation (V-AIS), marking uncharted isolated dangers, have been established in the following positions:

(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)* Indicates new or revised entry.

2. Former Notice 415(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - 2413 - 2419

77(T)/14 EASTERN CHINA SEA - Zhoushan Qundao SE - Platform.

Source: mv Costa Atlantica1. A platform is reported to exist in position 28° 50´·5N., 125° 07´·5E. (WGS84 Datum).2. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.

Charts affected - 2412 - 4509 (INT 509)

78(T)/14 CHINA - South Coast - Hong Kong - Harbour, Central Part - Kowloon S - Works. Buoyage.

Source: Hong Kong Marine Department Notice 142/131. *Submarine pipeline backfilling and surveying operations are taking place until February 2013 in an area bounded by the

following positions (WGS84 Datum):

2. Yellow light-buoys, Fl.Y, mark the anchor positions of the working vessels.

25° 44´·97N., 119° 39´·11E.*25° 42´·91N., 119° 38´·15E.

22° 17´·009N., 114° 10´·305E.22° 17´·004N., 114° 10´·232E.22° 17´·093N., 114° 10´·267E.22° 17´·238N., 114° 10´·341E.22° 17´·451N., 114° 10´·364E.22° 17´·593N., 114° 10´·344E.22° 17´·578N., 114° 10´·453E.22° 17´·090N., 114° 10´·395E.

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3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area. * Indicates new or revised entry.

4. Former Notice 175(T)/13 is cancelled.

Chart affected - 4118

32(T)/14 JAPAN - Honshu- - East Coast - Kashima Ko - South Breakwater NW - Depths.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/5873(T)/131. Depths of up to 4m less than charted exist in an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84 Datum):

Chart affected - JP 1049

33(T)/14 JAPAN - Honshu- - South Coast - Tokyo Wan - Yokosuka Ko - Kannon Saki NE to Kaneda Wan E -Depths.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/5875(T)/131. Depths less than charted exist in the following positions:

* Indicates new or revised entry.2. Former Notice 5324(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - JP 91 - JP 1062 - JP 1081

34(T)/14 JAPAN - Honshu- - South Coast - Hidaka Ko - Shioya Quay - Works.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/5876(T)/131. Dredging works are taking place, until 7 February 2014, in the vicinity of position 33° 51´ 58"N., 135° 09´ 15"E. (WGS84

Datum).

Charts affected - JP 77 - JP 150C

78(T)/14 CHINA - South Coast - Hong Kong - Harbour, Central Part - Kowloon S - Works. Buoyage.

35° 58´ 27·0"N., 140° 42´ 01·9"E.35° 58´ 02·9"N., 140° 42´ 23·2"E.35° 57´ 46·4"N., 140° 42´ 22·0"E.35° 57´ 44·1"N., 140° 42´ 06·4"E.35° 57´ 59·6"N., 140° 41´ 48·1"E.

Depth Position (WGS84 Datum)22·9m 35° 15´ 39·2"N., 139° 44´ 57·2"E.22·3m 35° 15´ 21·0"N., 139° 45´ 09·9"E.19·4m 35° 15´ 13.0"N., 139° 45´ 10.4"E.16·5m 35° 13´ 02·2"N., 139° 44´ 24·7"E.4·2m 35° 12´ 24·0"N., 139° 43´ 09·1"E.5·6m 35° 12´ 20·0"N., 139° 43´ 13·3"E.18·4m 35° 12´ 04·8"N., 139° 43´ 25·1"E.

*3·2m 35° 13´ 20·6"N., 139° 43´ 43·4"E.*4·5m 35° 13´ 19·1"N., 139° 43´ 46·7"E.*6·5m 35° 12´ 08·6"N., 139° 42´ 06·3"E.*8·8m 35° 11´ 48·0"N., 139° 41´ 56·0"E.*6·9m 35° 11´ 47·4"N., 139° 42´ 01·9"E.

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35(T)/14 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Hanshin Ko - Sakai-Senboku Ku - Section 6 - Buoyage.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/5877(T)/131. The following light-buoys have been temporarily moved, until late March 2017:

2. The light-buoy, Fl R 3s S No 2, in position 34° 33´ 07"N., 135° 22´ 47"E. has been removed, until late March 2017.(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)

Charts affected - JP 150A - JP 1103 - JP 1110

36(T)/14 JAPAN - Seto Naikai - Kanmon Kaikyo - He Saki SE - Works.

Source: Japanese Notice 49/5878(T)/131. Magnetic survey works are taking place, until 26 January 2014, within an area bounded by the following positions (WGS84

Datum):

Charts affected - JP 127 - JP 1101

80(P)/14 KOREA - South Coast - Approaches to Pusan - Pusan Hang - No 3 Area - Depths.

Source: Korean ENC KR659C831. Depths less than charted exist in the vicinity of No 3 Area. The most significant are as follows:

(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)2. Charts will be updated when full details become available.

Charts affected - 1065 - 1259

58(T)/14 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Weipa - Urquhart Point NE - Light-beacon. Buoy.

Source: Australian Notice 24/1223(T)/131. The light-beacon, SC24, in position 12° 40´·16S., 141° 49´·74E. (WGS84 Datum) has been destroyed. A port lateral light-

buoy, Q.R, exists in situ.

Chart affected - Aus 4

Buoy Position New Position Fl G 3s S No 3 34° 32´ 55"N., 135° 23´ 17"E. 34° 33´ 03·4"N., 135° 23´ 09·6"E.Fl R 3s S No 4 34° 32´ 49"N., 135° 23´ 08"E. 34° 32´ 56·8"N., 135° 22´ 58·4"E.

33° 55´·07N., 131° 05´·98E.33° 54´·45N., 131° 07´·03E.33° 54´·35N., 131° 06´·93E.33° 54´·90N., 131° 05´·98E.

22 m 35° 03´·50N., 129° 06´·46E.24 m 35° 03´·46N., 129° 06´·45E.27·5 m 35° 03´·34N., 129° 06´·36E.

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59(T)/14 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depths.

Source: Australian Notice 24/1219(T)/131. Available depths and under keel clearances (UKC) at 15 November 2013:

2.

Berth Metres Remarks *Fisherman Islands No12 13·6Fisherman Islands No11 13·7Fisherman Islands No10 13·7

*Fisherman Islands No9 14·1*Fisherman Islands No8 13·8Fisherman Islands No7 14·0Fisherman Islands No6 14·2Fisherman Islands No5 14·0Fisherman Islands No4 14·0

*Fisherman Islands No3 13·8Fisherman Islands No2 14·0Fisherman Islands No1 13·7Fisherman Islands Grain and Woodchip 13·1Caltex Fisherman Islands 14·4

*Fisherman Islands Coal 13·6Fisherman Islands General Purpose 10·9

*BP Luggage Point 14·0Caltex Products 9·8Cement Australia Co Wharf 9·3BP Products 10·7Shell 10·9Pacific Terminals 10·9Incitec North 10·0

*Incitec South 10·0Pinkenba 1 9·6Pinkenba 2 10·5Riverside Marina -Sugar Terminal 9·8Cairncross Fitting Out Wharf 7·2Cairncross Breasting Wharf 4·9Brisbane Naval Wharf 4·3Maritime No1 9·0

*Hamilton No4 10·3Hamilton No1 8·9Brisbane Cruise Ship Terminal 9·0

Moreton Bay Metres UKC/RemarksNorth West Channel 15·0 2·3 (280m width) North West Bypass Channel 9·2 1·6 Spitfire Channel 15·0 1·5 (600m width)East Knoll Bypass Channel 6·0 1·4East Channel 15·0 1·5 (300m width from western side) Main Channel (M8-M9) 10·0 1·8Entrance Channel (E5-EBCN) 14·7 1·5

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3.

* Indicates new or revised entry4. Former Notice 5237(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - Aus 235 - Aus 236 - Aus 237 - Aus 238 - Aus 814 - Aus 815

60(T)/14 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Mooloolaba - Depths.

Source: Australian Notice 24/1218(T)/131. A least depth of 2·5m exists within the main channel to Mooloolah River2. A least depth of 2·3m exists midway between light-beacons No1 (26° 40´·81S., 153° 07´·94E.) and No3

(26° 40´·86S., 153° 08´·01E.)(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)

3. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.4. Former Notice 5236(T)/13 is cancelled.

Chart affected - Aus 235

61(T)/14 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Cape Bowling Green - Scientific instrument.

Source: Australian Notice 24/1214(T)/131. A sub-surface scientific instrument, depth 10m, exists in position 19° 18´·25S., 147° 37´·23E. (WGS84 Datum)

Charts affected - Aus 826 - Aus 827

62(P)/14 AUSTRALIA - Victoria - Port Phillip - South Channel - Maintained channels.

Source: Australian Notice 23/1184(P)/131. The limits of the maintained channels have been amended and now join the following positions:

(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)

Charts affected - Aus 144 - Aus 158

59(T)/14 AUSTRALIA - Queensland - Moreton Bay - Brisbane River - Depths. (continued)

Brisbane River: Metres UKC/RemarksOuter Bar Cutting 14·0 1·46Inner Bar Cutting 13·7 1·46Fisherman Islands Swing Basin 13·7 1·3River 9·1 0·6 / 0·9 (draft/tide)Cement Australia Swing Basin 9·1 0·6 / 0·9 (draft/tide)Pinkenba Swing Basin 9·1 0·6 / 0·9 (draft/tide)Hamilton Swing Basin 9·0 0·6 / 0·9 (draft/tide)

38° 17´·55S., 144° 38´·38E.38° 17´·49S., 144° 39´·02E.38° 17´·51S., 144° 40´·33E.38° 17´·58S., 144° 40´·67E.and38° 18´·16S., 144° 44´·60E.38° 18´·55S., 144° 47´·19E.

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81(T)/14 NEW ZEALAND - North Island - West Coast - Manukau Harbour Entrance - Depths.

Source: New Zealand Notice 25/256(T)/131. Mariners should be aware that depths in the approaches to Manukau Harbour and across the bar are constantly changing.2. *South West Channel

A recent survey (27 November 2013) indicates that the deepest water was found to lie within a sector bearing Ninepin Rock light (37° 03´·02S., 174° 30´·19E.) 077°-082° True. Within this sector a least depth of 5·3m below CD can be expected. At a distance of 2·2M from Ninepin Rock light (37° 03´·02S., 174° 30´·19E.) mariners should alter course southwards to enter Middle Deep to avoid shoaler water on North Bank.

3. *South Channel A recent survey (27 November 2013) indicates that the deepest water was found along the lines joining the following positions:

Between (a) and (b) a least depth of 5·0m below CD can be expected.Between (b) and (c) a least depth of 6·0m below CD can be expected.(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)* Indicates new or revised entry.

4. All vessels should contact the signalman at South Head. Phone (09) 235-1013, for the latest conditions.5. Former Notice 5351(T)/13 is cancelled.

Chart affected - NZ 4314

(a) 37° 04´·89S., 174° 30´·49E.(b) 37° 04´·09S., 174° 31´·77E.(c) 37° 02´·91S., 174° 31´·70E.

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76(T)/14 NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN - SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN - Data buoys.

Source: NOAA1. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) maintains an array of buoys called Autonomous

Temperature Line Acquisition System (ATLAS) in the Pacific Ocean.2. * The ATLAS buoys, yellow, Q, (2 metre toroid buoy with radar reflector) which make up the array are located in the

following revised positions (WGS84 Datum):

3. Mariners are advised to give all ATLAS buoys a 5 nautical mile wide berth.*Indicates new or revised entry.

4. Former Notice 2191(T)/13 is cancelled.

Charts affected - 761 - 766 - 4051 (INT 51) - 4052 (INT 52) - 4506 (INT 506) - 4604 (INT 604) - 4605 (INT 605) - 4606 (INT 606) - 4607 (INT 607) - 4615 - 4618 - 4619 - 4623 (INT 623) - 4624 (INT 624) - 4625 (INT 625) - 4629

(INT 629) - 4632 (INT 632) - 4653 (INT 653) - 4802 (INT 802) - 4808 - 4811 (INT 811)

8° 00´·9N., 94° 56´·4W. 7° 58´·1N., 154° 59´·5W.4° 57´·1N., 94° 59´·9W. 4° 59´·0N., 154° 57´·0W.2° 44´·3N., 95° 54´·7W. 1° 59´·5N., 154° 57´·8W.0° 05´·4S., 95° 27´·9W. 0° 00´·3N., 154° 55´·4W.1° 59´·3S., 95° 10´·7W. 4° 57´·8S., 154° 59´·1W.5° 07´·7S., 95° 05´·9W. 8° 00´·7N., 170° 02´·2W.8° 02´·2N., 110° 09´·2W. 5° 01´·7N., 169° 59´·5W.4° 57´·7N., 110° 06´·0W. 0° 02´·0S., 170° 02´·3W.2° 02´·0N., 110° 03´·4W. 5° 02´·9S., 169° 41´·3W.0° 10´·1N., 110° 03´·6W. 0° 01´·9S., 170° 03´·8W.1° 58´·2S., 110° 00´·8W. 2° 09´·0S., 170° 01´·4W.4° 05´·9S., 120° 46´·5W. 8° 01´·0S., 170° 01´·9W.7° 59´·4S., 110° 04´·7W. 4° 59´·5N., 179° 54´·3W.8° 00´·4N., 124° 59´·5W. 2° 42´·3S., 169° 22´·7E.5° 06´·2N., 124° 58´·5W. 4° 57´·7S., 179° 55´·1W.0° 10´·0S., 124° 19´·6W. 7° 59´·4N., 179° 53´·5W.2° 02´·0S., 124° 54´·6W. 2° 01´·1N., 179° 49´·6W.5° 03´·0S., 124° 51´·9W. 2° 00´·8S., 179° 53´·7W.7° 59´·3S., 124° 59´·2W. 7° 58´·5S., 179° 50´·6W.9° 00´·4N., 140° 14´·6W. 8° 02´·6N., 165° 08´·1E.5° 01´·5N., 139° 57´·2W. 5° 05´·4N., 164° 54´·8E.1° 59´·1N., 140° 01´·3W. 1° 59´·7N., 165° 07´·6E.2° 01´·4S., 139° 58´·5W. 0° 00´·7S., 164° 59´·8E.5° 01´·1S., 139° 55´·6W. 2° 00´·4S., 164° 58´·9E.1° 58´·7S., 154° 58´·7W. 4° 58´·7S., 165° 09´·7E.8° 50´·7S., 155° 38´·3W. 8° 01´·9S., 164° 47´·6E.

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73(P)/14 PERU - Bahia de Matarani - Matarani - Depths. Rock.

Source: Peruvian Chart 32311. There are numerous changes to depths in Bahia Matarani and within Matarani Harbour. The most significant depths are as

follows:

2. A dangerous underwater rock exists in position 17° 01´·376S., 72° 06´·609W.(All positions are referred to WGS84 Datum)

3. These and other changes will be included in a New Edition of Chart 3084 to be published February 2014.

Chart affected - 3084

Depth Position18·7m 16° 59´·315S., 72° 07´·045W.9·0m 16° 59´·657S., 72° 06´·532W.11·2m 16° 59´·742S., 72° 06´·431W.9·0m 16° 59´·724S., 72° 06´·409W.6·5m 16° 59´·732S., 72° 06´·527W.9·9m 16° 59´·800S., 72° 06´·332W.8·0m 16° 59´·894S., 72° 06´·345W.8·8m 17° 00´·267S., 72° 06´·784W.5·4m 17° 00´·454S., 72° 07´·103W.6·5m 17° 00´·434S., 72° 07´·178W.6·7m 17° 00´·527S., 72° 07´·204W.13·0m 17° 00´·596S., 72° 06´·957W.5·6m 17° 00´·601S., 72° 06´·889W.4·4m 17° 00´·861S., 72° 06´·940W.21·5m 17° 01´·080S., 72° 07´·069W.17·2m 17° 01´·279S., 72° 06´·922W.17·6m 17° 01´·162S., 72° 06´·062W.

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To accompany Notice to Mariners 52/14

On Chart 2108

ANHOLT WIND FARM(56°33´·60N 11°12´·50E)

Anholt wind farm is marked by lights,Fl(3)Y.10s, and red aero obstruction lights.Anchoring and use of gear towed along theseabed is prohibited within the wind farm.

To accompany Notice to Mariners 65/14

On Chart 3151

To accompany Notice to Mariners 65/14

On Chart 3841

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)

PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL, SHIP ISLAND PASS AND GULFPORT HARBOR

TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF SEP 2013

CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS

NAME OF CHANNEL

LEFT

OUTSIDE

QUARTER

MIDDLE

HALF OF

CHANNEL

RIGHT

OUTSIDE

QUARTER

DATE OF

SURVEY

WIDTH

(FEET)

LENGTH

(MILES)

DEPTH

MLLW

(FEET)

PASCAGOULA

PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL 38.5 43.4 41.0 5-13 450 6.28 44

GULFPORT

GULFPORT BAR CHANNEL (A) 33.9 24.0 32.3 4-13 400 10.04 38

GULFPORT SOUND CHANNEL 26.1 26.9 26.5 10-12 220 10.63 36

ANCHORAGE BASIN (B) 29.9 29.9 29.8 6-13 1110-1220 0.93 32-36

A. SHOALING EXISTS IN BEND WIDENING AREA.

B. SHOALING EXISTS WITHIN 50 FEET OF FAR NORTH END OF PROJECT.

NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

CHANNEL DEPTHS (see Note)

HORN ISLAND PASS PASCAGOULA HARBOR AND BAYOU CASOTTE

TABULATED FROM SURVEYS BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS - REPORT OF SEP 2013 AND SURVEYS TO SEP 2013

CONTROLLING DEPTHS FROM SEAWARD IN FEET AT MEAN LOWER LOW WATER (MLLW) PROJECT DIMENSIONS

NAME OF CHANNEL

LEFT

OUTSIDE

QUARTER

MIDDLE

HALF OF

CHANNEL

RIGHT

OUTSIDE

QUARTER

DATE OF

SURVEY

WIDTH

(FEET)

LENGTH

(MILES)

DEPTH

MLLW

(FEET)

PASCAGOULA BAR CHANNEL 38.5 43.4 41.0 5-13 450 6.28 44.0

HORN ISLAND PASS 42.3A 43.6 43.2 5-13 600 1.4 44.0

PASCAGOULA LOWER SOUND 40.4B 42.0 41.0 6-13 350 4.3 42.0

PASCAGOULA UPPER SOUND 35.3 38.0 36.9 9-13 350 4.63 38.0

PASCAGOULA RIVER 36.8C 36.4D 34.8E 9-13 350F 2.021 38.0

BAYOU CASOTTE 38.4G 41.8H 40.8J 8-13 350 4.57 42.0

A. SHOALING TO 41.0 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.

B. SHOALING TO 40.7 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.

C. SHOALING TO 31.7 FT AT BEND WIDENING AREA.

D. SHOALING TO 19.7 FT WITHIN 200 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.

E. SHOALING TO 22.6 FT WITHIN 200 FT AT CSX RAILROAD BRIDGE.

F. PASCAGOULA RIVER PROJECT WIDTH VARIES AT SOUTH END OF TERMINAL C TO CSX RAILROAD.

G. SHOALING TO 40.0 FT IN BEND WIDENING AREA.

H. SHOALING TO 41.1 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.

J. SHOALING TO 41.7 FT AT NORTH END OF PROJECT.

NOTE - CONSULT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR CHANGES SUBSEQUENT TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS See The Mariner’s 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: [email protected] 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. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Weekly Edition 1, 2 January 2014 (published on the UKHO Website 23 December 2013). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) Navarea I (NE Atlantic) Weekly Edition 1 The following NAVAREA I warnings were in force at 190500 UTC Dec 13: 2013 series: 084 225 316 319 327 331 335 339 342 346 348 352 355 357. 084 1. The International Hydrographic Organization's World-Wide Navigational Warning Service (WWNWS) is

conducting a survey concerning the quality of maritime safety information broadcast via SAFETYNET and NAVTEX to identify measures to improve service. Please visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ihosurvey to complete the short survey.

2. The World Meteorological Organization offers a similar survey regarding the World-Wide Meteorological Information and Warning Service available at: www.jcomm.info/mmms.

3. Your participation is greatly appreciated and valued. 4. Cancel this message 082359 UTC Apr 14. 225 GPS. PRN 30 unusable. 316 SHETLAND ISLANDS WESTWARD. Foinaven and Schiehallion Oilfields Southeastward. Chart BA 1234 (INT 1600). Safety Zone radius 600 metres established at wells centred on 60-03.8N 003-58.6W. 319 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. Humber Approaches and Haisborough Gat. Chart BA 2182A (INT 1043). AIS aid to navigation established at following light-buoys:

Outer Sand 53-36.4N 000-29.4E, MMSI 992351119. Newarp 52-48.4N 001-55.7E, MMSI 992351118.

327 NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN. Rockall Trough. Chart BA 1127 (INT 1065). ODAS buoy K4, 55-24.5N 012-12.6W, permanently moved to 54-58.2N 013-13.1W. 331 NORTH SEA, UK and NORWEGIAN SECTORS. Chart BA 272. 1. Seismic survey in progress by M/V Atlantic Explorer towing 6 x 6500 metre long cables within area bounded by

56-25N 002-35E, 56-48N 003-52E, 56-30N 004-10E and 56-05N 002-37E. Guard vessels in attendance. 5 mile berth requested. 2. Cancel 286/13. 335 SCOTLAND, WEST COAST. The Small Isles. Oigh Sgeir. Chart BA 1796 (INT 1627). AIS aid to navigation MMSI 92351094 established at Hyskeir Lighthouse, 56-58.2N 006-40.8W. 339 SCOTLAND, WEST COAST. North Channel. Chart BA 2126. AIS aid to navigation MMSI 992351116 established at Sanda Light, 55-16.5N 005-35.0W. 342 ENGLAND, SOUTH COAST. Selsey Bill Eastwards. Chart BA 1652. Wreck of 8 metre fishing vessel reported 50-42.34N 000-22.05W. 346 NORTH SEA, UK SECTOR. Chart BA 2182B (INT 1041). 1. Seismic survey in progress by M/V Polarcus Naila towing 8 x 6000 metre long cables within area bounded by 58-25N, 58-00N, 000-16W and 002-00W. Guard vessels in attendance. Wide berth requested. 2. Cancel 344/13. 348 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. Thames Estuary. Chart BA 1183 (INT 1561). AIS aid to navigation MMSI 992351034 established at Sunk Centre Light-vessel 51-50.1N 001-46.0E. 352 Navarea I Warnings in force at 131000 UTC Dec 13. Cancel 343/13. 355 CHANNEL ISLANDS. Casquets. Chart BA 2669. AIS aid to navigation MMSI 992351121 established at Casquets Lighthouse, 49-43.3N 002-22.6W. 356 Cancelled. Cancel 354/13.

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357 RIGLIST. Correct at 190500 UTC Dec 13. Southern North Sea: 51N to 55N 52-11.5N 004-08.2E Noble Piet van Ede ACP Q13a-A NL Sector 52-23.2N 003-21.4E Noble Lynda Bossler 52-52.3N 004-10.3E Energy Endeavour ACP Q1-D NL Sector 53-04.6N 002-11.2E Seafox 4 ACP Leman Gas Field 53-11.3N 002-51.7E Noble Al White ACP Sean PD 53-27.6N 001-43.9E Seajacks Kraken ACP Clipper Gas Field 53-33.0N 001-04.6E Seafox 1 ACP Pickerill Gas Field 53-33.0N 003-16.0E Swift 10 ACP K7-FD-1 NL Sector 53-33.2N 000-45.3E GSF Monarch 53-36.8N 001-31.6E Atlantic Rotterdam ACP Barque PB 53-43.0N 002-51.3E Noble Byron Welliver ACP Grove Gas Field 53-44.5N 003-37.1E Seafox 2 53-53.1N 000-26.0E Noble Julie Robertson ACP York Platform 53-55.7N 000-32.3E Ensco 101 54-09.0N 002-49.4E Noble Ronald Hoope 54-19.1N 002-37.3E Noble George Sauvageau ACP Wingate Gas Field 54-24.1N 003-33.8E Ensco 92 54-35.7N 000-25.9E Ensco 70 ACP Breagh Gas Field North Sea: 55N to 60N, East of 5W and the Baltic Sea. 55-28.6N 005-06.5E Energy Enhancer ACP Dan Oil Field 55-31.8N 005-00.3E Ensco 71 ACP Halfdan Oil Field 55-43.3N 004-48.0E Ensco 72 ACP Tyra East Bravo 56-04.4N 003-07.5E Wilhunter 56-05.7N 004-13.2E Maersk Resolute ACP Syd Arne Gas Field 56-08.3N 004-16.2E Maersk Resolve 56-12.0N 002-45.9E Stena Spey 56-19.5N 003-21.2E Maersk Reacher ACP Valhall Oil Field 56-22.4N 003-15.5E Maersk Gallant ACP Eldfisk Oil Field 56-22.5N 003-16.0E COSL Rigmar ACP Eldfisk Oil Field 56-26.3N 004-10.2E Maersk Giant 56-31.2N 003-14.3E Maersk Innovator 56-33.9N 003-12.2E Rowan Norway ACP Ekofisk Oil Field 56-41.5N 002-20.2E COSL Rival ACP Judy Oil Field 56-43.5N 002-12.3E Ensco 102 ACP Jasmine Platform 56-47.5N 002-05.4E Ensco 100 56-51.0N 002-15.3E Maersk Resilient ACP Jade Gas Field 56-57.4N 001-48.2E Safe Bristolia ACP Franklin Gas Field 56-58.0N 001-52.0E Rowan Gorilla 5 ACP Franklin Gas Field 57-00.4N 001-50.2E Rowan Viking ACP Elgin Gas Field 57-01.9N 001-57.3E Noble Hans Deul ACP Shearwater Oil Field 57-10.1N 000-49.6E Ocean Guardian 57-11.1N 000-59.9E Borgholm Dolphin ACP Gannet Oil Field 57-22.5N 001-23.0E Rowan Stavanger ACP Arbroath Platform 57-33.7N 003-34.8E Maersk Guardian 57-42.5N 001-03.6E Rowan Gorilla 7 57-48.9N 000-58.4W GSF Galaxy 3 ACP Buzzard Platform 57-54.6N 000-56.6W Transocean Prospect NEW 57-57.7N 000-55.0W Ensco 120 ACP Golden Eagle Oil & Gas Field 58-03.1N 001-24.4E Safe Caledonia ACP Andrew Platform 58-14.3N 000-12.5E Noble Ton van Langeveld 58-38.4N 002-20.9E Bredford Dolphin 58-39.0N 001-32.0E Sedco 712 58-50.7N 001-44.5E West Epsilon ACP Gudrun Oil & Gas Field 58-54.4N 001-26.2E Ocean Princess 59-11.5N 002-21.4E West Alpha NEW 59-21.1N 001-33.1E Sedco 704 59-22.1N 001-36.5E Wilphoenix 59-32.8N 002-01.1E Transocean Winner 59-37.1N 002-23.7E Leiv Eiriksson

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Norwegian Sea: 60N to 65N, East of 5W. 60-06.2N 002-35.2E Ocean Vanguard 60-18.0N 002-44.4E Songa Delta 60-37.7N 001-39.2E Borgsten Dolphin ACP Dunbar Oil Field 60-45.4N 003-38.4E COSL Innovator 60-46.1N 002-24.0W Paul B Loyd Jnr 60-46.5N 003-26.1E West Venture 60-54.9N 003-35.2E COSL Promoter 60-55.9N 003-39.9E Stena Don 60-56.1N 002-13.9W Sedco 714 60-56.7N 002-53.7W West Phoenix 60-57.9N 003-41.3E Transocean Barents 61-02.3N 002-20.3E West Elara 61-05.8N 002-11.6E Songa Dee 61-07.4N 002-14.7E Deepsea Atlantic 61-07.5N 002-18.6E Transocean Leader 61-07.7N 003-32.8E Polar Pioneer 61-08.9N 000-47.3E Transocean John Shaw 61-10.4N 003-26.4E Borgland Dolphin 61-13.1N 000-42.3E Ocean Nomad 61-14.5N 001-22.2E GSF Arctic 3 61-15.1N 003-41.1E Transocean Arctic 61-23.4N 002-08.5E Bideford Dolphin 61-26.1N 002-35.3E COSL Pioneer 61-48.6N 002-46.4E Transocean Searcher 64-58.6N 006-24.7E Scarabeo 5 South and West Coasts of the British Isles. 53-37.6N 003-40.3W Ensco 80 ACP Conwy Platform 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 353/13. Cancel 305/13. ANM 5127/13 refers.

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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS

NP18 Baltic Pilot Volume 1 (2012 Edition)

Denmark – Kattegat – Isefjord –Hundested Havn — Controlling depth

148

Paragraph 4.207 2 line 2 For 5⋅5 m Read 4⋅5 m

Danish Notice 49/1320/2013(SDD 2013000 264673) [01/14]

Denmark – Lillebælt –Haderslev Fjord — Controlling depth

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Paragraph 9.124 2 line 1 For 6 m Read 5 m

Danish Notice 49/1318/2013(SDD 2013000 264673) [01/14]

Denmark – Lillebælt –Mommark Havn — Controlling depths

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Paragraph 9.166 1 line 6 Replace by:

Controlling depths:Entrance channel - 3⋅5 m.Harbour basin - 2⋅5 m.

Danish Notice 49/1319/2013(SDD 2013000 264673) [01/14]

NP19 Baltic Pilot Volume 2 (2011 Edition)

Sweden – Stockholms Skärgård –Kapellskär — Directions

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Paragraph 7.299 1-5 Replace by:

1 Directions. Svedjelandet Leading Lights:Front light (green triangle point up, white stripe, onmast) (59°43′⋅42N 19°03′⋅99E), exhibited, onrequest, from the W side of the harbour.

Rear light (similar structure, triangle point down)(240 m W of front light).

2 From a position at the W end of Granhamnsfjärdenthe alignment (269⋅3°) of these leading lights leads5 cables W until a position is reached about 4 cablesfrom the front light. Thence the track leads WSW tothe berths, passing:

3 SSE of a light buoy (starboard hand)(59°43′⋅43N 19°04′⋅39E) and a buoy(starboard hand), marking the limit of theshoal water extending S from Saltholmen, theislet at the N end of the bay, and:

4 NNW of the shoalwater fringing the N side ofKapellskärsskäret (59′43′⋅13N 19°04′⋅57E), anislet at the S end of the bay on which standsKapellskär Beacon (59°43′⋅12N 19°04′⋅69E)(7.289).

Swedish Notice 474/9193/2013(SDD 2013000 269251) [01/14]

NP20 Baltic Pilot Volume 3 (2013 Edition)

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Paragraph 8.80 1 line 3 For 8⋅0 m Read 7⋅5 m

Finnish Notice 34/407/2013(SDD 2013000 264257) [01/14]

NP57B Norway Pilot Volume 2B (2012 Edition)

Nord-Trøndelag – Rørvik — Buoy

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Paragraph 8.414 1 line 5-8 Replace by:

WNW of Haverskjærgrunnen (2¼ cables NNE),name not charted, with depths of 4⋅0 m, thence:

Norwegian Notice 22/49464/13(SDD 2013000 258916) [01/14]

NP58A Norway Pilot Volume 3A (2010 Edition)

Nord-Trøndelag – North of Rørvik –Hummulråsa — Directions

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Paragraph 3.46 2 lines 1-3 Replace by:

2 WNW of Inner Hauøytaren (9 cables N), which lieson the E limit of the white sector of GjerdingaFront Light, and:

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Paragraph 3.64 1 line 5-8 Replace by:

SE of Risværgalten (1 mile NE), marked by a beacon(black tower), thence:

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Paragraph 11.10 5 line 6 Delete

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Paragraph 11.20 1 lines 7-8 Replace by:

...Kråka (67°53′⋅5N 13°02′⋅6E).Moskenes is entered close E ofPråsolodden (67°53′⋅8N 13°02′⋅3E), a point 1 cable S of theharbour breakwaters.

Paragraph 11.24 1-4 Replace by:

1 Moskenes. From a position about 5 cables E of GlåpenLight (67°53′⋅2N 13°02′⋅2E) (11.10) the track leads NW,passing (with positions relative to Kråka (67°53′⋅5N13°02′⋅6E)):

NE of a rock (67°53′⋅4N 13°02′⋅6E) (1½ cables S), with adepth of 4 m, lying off Tarnesodden, thence:

2 SW of a patch (67°53′⋅6N 13°03′⋅1E) (2 cables ENE),with a depth of 6⋅8 m, thence:

NE of Kråka (67°53′⋅5N 13°02′⋅6E) on which stands abeacon (white tower, black band). Kråkungan, markedby an iron perch, lies close S of Kråka. Thence:

3 SW of Skjortbaken (67°53′⋅7N 13°03′⋅1E) (2½ cablesNE), thence:

NE of Pråsolodden (67°53′⋅8N 13°02′⋅3E) (2½ cablesNNW)

4 The track then leads N, passing between the heads oftwo breakwaters (67°53′⋅8N 13°02′⋅3E). A light (post, 4 min height, floodlit) is exhibited from the head of the Ebreakwater.

Port plan for Sørvågen and Moskenes (11.26) Replace by newport plan accompanying chart blocks at end of Section II.

Norwegian Notice 22/49538/2013(SDD 2013000 258916) [01/14]

NP65 St Lawrence Pilot (2012 Edition)

Appendix IVAppendix IV (Existing Section IV Notice Week 07/13)Replace by the newAppendix IVwhich is printed at the endof Section IV of this week’s notices

Canadian Sailing Directions(ATL112) [01/14]

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UNDER-KEEL CLEARANCETopromote safety and efficiency of navigation and environmental protection, theMarineCommunications and Traffic ServicesOfficer (MCTSO)has the power to issue, in some cases, directions to a vessel under section 126 of the 2001 Canada Shipping Act. In exercising its powers, theMCTSO will consider the under-keel clearance for the vessels transiting the areas shown below. The MCTSO will determine the requiredunder-keel clearance of the vessel according to the parameters given in the tables below:

Vessel beam notexceeding(metres)

Vessel’s speed not exceeding (Knots)

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

St Lawrence River, below Québec (Traverse du Nord)Required under-keel clearance (metres; this includes the estimated squat and the manoeuvrability/safety margin)

31 m 0.86 0.95 1.06 1.17 1.38 1.60 1.84 2.09

34 m 0.87 0.97 1.08 1.20 1.41 1.64 1.89 2.15

37 m 0.89 0.98 1.10 1.22 1.44 1.68 1.93 2.20

40 m 0.90 1.00 1.11 1.25 1.47 1.72 1.97 2.25

43 m 0.91 1.01 1.13 1.27 1.50 1.75 2.01 2.29

46 m 0.92 1.03 1.15 1.29 1.53 1.78 2.05 2.34

49 m 0.93 1.04 1.17 1.32 1.56 1.81 2.09 2.38

52 m 0.94 1.05 1.18 1.34 1.58 1.85 2.13 2.42

Estimated squat (metres)

31 m 0.25 0.34 0.45 0.56 0.70 0.84 1.00 1.18

34 m 0.27 0.36 0.47 0.59 0.73 0.88 1.05 1.23

37 m 0.28 0.37 0.49 0.62 0.76 0.92 1.09 1.28

40 m 0.29 0.39 0.51 0.64 0.79 0.95 1.14 1.33

43 m 0.30 0.40 0.52 0.66 0.82 0.99 1.18 1.38

46 m 0.31 0.42 0.54 0.68 0.84 1.02 1.21 1.42

49 m 0.32 0.43 0.56 0.71 0.87 1.05 1.25 1.47

52 m 0.33 0.44 0.57 0.73 0.90 1.08 1.29 1.51

Manoeuvrability/safety margin (metres)

0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.69 0.76 0.84 0.91

Vessel beam notexceeding(metres)

Vessel’s speed not exceeding (Knots)

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

St Lawrence River, Québec to MontrélContainer Ships

Required under-keel clearance (metres; this includes the estimated squat and the manoeuvrability/safety margin)

24 m 0.79 0.88 0.96 1.04 1.22 1.41 1.63 1.88 2.17

26 m 0.83 0.90 0.98 1.07 1.25 1.45 1.68 1.93 2.23

28 m 0.84 0.91 1.00 1.09 1.28 1.48 1.72 1.98 2.29

30 m 0.86 0.93 1.01 1.11 1.31 1.52 1.76 2.03 2.34

32 m 0.87 0.94 1.03 1.14 1.34 1.55 1.80 2.08 2.40

34 m 0.88 0.96 1.05 1.16 1.36 1.58 1.84 2.12 2.45

36 m 0.89 0.97 1.07 1.18 1.39 1.62 1.88 2.16 2.50

38 m 0.90 0.98 1.08 1.20 1.42 1.65 1.92 2.20 2.55

40 m 0.91 1.00 1.10 1.22 1.44 1.68 1.96 2.24 2.60

42 m 0.92 1.01 1.12 1.24 1.47 1.71 1.99 2.29 2.65

44 m 0.93 1.02 1.13 1.26 1.49 1.74 2.03 2.33 2.70

Estimated squat (metres)

24 m 0.21 0.27 0.35 0.43 0.53 0.65 0.79 0.97 1.18

26 m 0.22 0.29 0.37 0.46 0.56 0.69 0.84 1.02 1.24

28 m 0.23 0.30 0.39 0.48 0.59 0.72 0.88 1.07 1.30

30 m 0.25 0.32 0.40 0.50 0.62 0.76 0.92 1.12 1.35

32 m 0.26 0.33 0.42 0.53 0.65 0.79 0.96 1.17 1.41

34 m 0.27 0.35 0.44 0.55 0.67 0.82 1.00 1.21 1.46

36 m 0.28 0.36 0.46 0.57 0.70 0.86 1.04 1.25 1.51

38 m 0.29 0.37 0.47 0.59 0.73 0.89 1.08 1.29 1.56

40 m 0.30 0.39 0.49 0.61 0.75 0.92 1.12 1.33 1.61

42 m 0.31 0.40 0.51 0.63 0.78 0.95 1.15 1.38 1.66

44 m 0.32 0.41 0.52 0.65 0.80 0.98 1.19 1.42 1.71

Manoeuvrability/safety margin (metres)

0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.69 0.76 0.84 0.91 0.99

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Vessel beam notexceeding(metres)

Vessel’s speed not exceeding (Knots)

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

St Lawrence River, Québec to MontrélOther Ships (Other than container ships)

Required under-keel clearance (metres; this includes the estimated squat and the manoeuvrability/safety margin)

24 m 0.80 0.90 0.97 1.06 1.24 1.44 1.66 1.92 2.21

26 m 0.85 0.92 1.00 1.09 1.29 1.49 1.73 1.99 2.29

28 m 0.86 0.94 1.03 1.13 1.33 1.54 1.79 2.06 2.37

30 m 0.88 0.96 1.05 1.16 1.37 1.59 1.85 2.13 2.46

32 m 0.89 0.98 1.08 1.19 1.41 1.64 1.91 2.19 2.53

34 m 0.91 1.00 1.10 1.23 1.45 1.69 1.97 2.26 2.61

36 m 0.93 1.02 1.13 1.26 1.49 1.74 2.02 2.32 2.69

38 m 0.94 1.04 1.16 1.29 1.53 1.78 2.08 2.39 2.77

40 m 0.96 1.06 1.18 1.32 1.57 1.83 2.13 2.44 2.84

42 m 0.97 1.08 1.21 1.36 1.61 1.88 2.18 2.51 2.91

44 m 0.99 1.10 1.23 1.39 1.65 1.93 2.24 2.57 2.98

Estimated squat (metres)

24 m 0.22 0.29 0.36 0.45 0.55 0.68 0.82 1.01 1.22

26 m 0.24 0.31 0.39 0.48 0.60 0.73 0.89 1.08 1.30

28 m 0.25 0.33 0.42 0.52 0.64 0.78 0.95 1.15 1.38

30 m 0.27 0.35 0.44 0.55 0.68 0.83 1.01 1.22 1.47

32 m 0.28 0.37 0.47 0.58 0.72 0.88 1.07 1.28 1.54

34 m 0.30 0.39 0.49 0.62 0.76 0.93 1.13 1.35 1.62

36 m 0.32 0.41 0.52 0.65 0.80 0.98 1.18 1.41 1.70

38 m 0.33 0.43 0.55 0.68 0.84 1.02 1.24 1.48 1.78

40 m 0.35 0.45 0.57 0.71 0.88 1.07 1.29 1.53 1.85

42 m 0.36 0.47 0.60 0.75 0.92 1.12 1.34 1.60 1.92

44 m 0.38 0.49 0.62 0.78 0.96 1.17 1.40 1.66 1.99

Manoeuvrability/safety margin (metres)

0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.69 0.76 0.84 0.91 0.99

*Anexception to themargin of safety / manoeuvrability is allowed for a shipwith awidth not exceeding24 mat a speedof 6 to 7 knots.Only in thiscase, a margin of 0.58 m is accepted instead of 0.61 m

Theaboveparameters arepresentedon thebasis that the vessel’sMaster orOfficer-in-chargehasgivenconsideration toother specific elementswhichmayhavean impact onunder-keel clearance, someofwhichare: theaccurate determination ofwater level (including tides) during vessel’stransit; the vessel’s speed; thewind andwaves effects and the vessel’s response to it; the estimation of the vessel’sdraught (changes in ballast);and any additional squat effects due to passingwithin close proximity to the bank of the channel or whenmeeting/overtaking another vessel. Thevessel’s Master or Officer-in-charge has the ultimate responsibility for the vessel’s safety at all times.

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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS AND FOG SIGNALS

Vol A Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

A0626·55 - Lower Swinging Ground. Town Quay. Ferry Pontoon. Terminal 2

50 53·64 N1 24·33 W

2 F R(vert) . . . . Metal post

* * * * * * * *

EAST COAST. SUNK TSSA2170 - SUNK CENTRE Lt V

(GB:TH)51 50·11 N1 46·02 E

Fl(2)W 20s . . 16 Red hull, light tower amidships12

fl 0·3, ec 4·8, fl 0·3, ec 14·6.Also shown in reduced visibility

- - . . Horn(2) 60s . . . . . . bl 2, si 2, bl 2, si 54

- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 51935- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992351034

* * * * * * * *

EAST COAST. MAINLAND ISLAND. LERWICK PORT. BRESSAY SOUND. SOUTH APPROACHES. BRESSAY ISLANDA3776 - Kirkabister Ness

(GB:N)60 07·20 N1 07·31 W

Fl(2)W 10s 18 10 White building16

fl 0·5, ec 2, fl 0·5, ec 7.Radar scanner

* *

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Vol B Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

DIE ELBEB1399 Remove from list; deleted

B1785

DK, , 66

- Esbjerg Havn. Fiskerihavn Nordsøkaj W. Nordsøkai

55 28·45 N8 25·04 E

Q(9)W 15s 5 . . $ on yellow post, black band3

Destroyed (T) 2013

*

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Vol C Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

C0067·2

DK, , 1457

- Svitringen Rende. No 13 56 54·43 N10 30·64 E

Fl G 5s 11 5·5 Green tower10

fl 1.Irreg (T) 2013

*

ANHOLTC0166

DK, , 1840

- Anholt Havn. Outer N Mole. Head

56 42·87 N11 30·46 E

Fl R 3s 8 4·5 Post

* * * * *

ANHOLTC0168

DK, , 1846

- Anholt Havn. Outer S Mole. Head

56 42·85 N11 30·49 E

Fl G 3s 8 4·5 Green post

*

C6098 - Brändskär. Ldg Lts 272°. Front

61 15·98 N17 11·11 E

Oc W 4s 11 13 White lantern on pedestal

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Vol D Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

D1504

ES, I, 00470

- Puerto de Lequeitio. Rompeolas de Amandarri. N Head

43 22·00 N2 29·93 W

Fl G 4s 8 5 Grey 3-sided tower5

fl 1

*

D1685·6

ES, I, 03090

- Puerto del Barquero. Outer Breakwater. W

43 44·25 N7 42·01 W

Fl(4)G 11s . . 1 Green and white round tower

(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 3, fl 0·5, ec 4·5

*

D1686·26

ES, I, 03142

- Santa Marta de Ortigueira. Breakwater. Head

43 40·90 N7 51·33 W

Fl(4)G 11s . . 3 Green round tower5

(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 3, fl 0·5, ec 4·5

* *

NORTH-WEST COAST. ISLAS SISARGASD1728

ES, I, 03730

- Summit of largest island 43 21·59 N8 50·67 W

Fl(3)W 15s 108 23 8-sided tower with white house11

(fl 0·2, ec 2·8) x 2, fl 0·2, ec 8·8

- - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 992242125*

D1761

ES, I, 03951

- Puerto de Corcubión. Wharf. S Head

42 56·64 N9 11·38 W

Fl(2)R 7s . . 3 Red and white round tower7

fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.Sync with D1762. TE 2013

*

D1827·1

ES, I, 04272

- Isla de Arosa. Puerto de San Xulián de Arousa. Breakwater. Head

42 34·15 N8 51·92 W

VQ W 0·5s . . 3 Black ) on yellow post, black top

Q R 1s light to S marks works in

progress (T) 2013

* * * *

D1913·1

ES, I, 05261

- Puerto de Bayona (Baiona).Yacht Club. Breakwater. W Head

42 07·28 N8 50·60 W

Fl(3)R 9s . . 3 Red and white post (fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 4·5

* * * * * * * *

D1913·2

ES, I, 05261·5

- Puerto de Bayona (Baiona).Yacht Club. Breakwater. E Head

42 07·23 N8 50·49 W

Fl(4)G 11s . . 1 Green and white post (fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 3, fl 0·5, ec 4·5

* * * * * * * *

D2069·4

PT, I, 111

- Inner Breakwater. N End 40 08·78 N8 52·09 W

Fl R 3s 8 4 White tower, red bands4

fl 1

*

D2144·2

PT, I, 366·5

- E2N 38 26·59 N9 06·35 W

Oc Y 6s . . 3 Yellow × on yellow post3

ec 1

*

D2144·4

PT, I, 368

- E3N 38 26·56 N9 06·00 W

Oc Y 4s . . 3 Yellow × on yellow post3

ec 1

*

D2145·1

PT, I, 369·1

- Cables W. Lts in line 030°. Middle

38 26·63 N9 05·51 W

Fl R 3s 148 2 White % fl 0·35

* *

D2176·2

PT, I, 450

- W Mole. Head 37 07·11 N8 37·18 W

Fl R 4s 8 7 White structure, red bands

fl 1.TE 2013

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SOUTH COASTD2198·3

PT, I, 495

- Quarteira. E Pier. Head 37 03·99 N8 06·60 W

Fl G 3s 12 6 White tower, green bands6

fl 0·5

* *

D2208

PT, I, 503

- Barra Nova. Molhe W. Head

36 57·84 N7 52·25 W

Fl R 4s 9 6 White tower, red bands5

fl 1.In line 351·6° 7·9M with Estoi Church

*

SOUTH-WEST COAST. RIA DE LA HIGUERITAD2307

ES, I, 08510

- Barra de la Higuerita. W Breakwater. Head

37 10·85 N7 19·65 W

VQ(2)R 5s 8 4 Red framework tower4

* *

D2510

ES, II, 20490

ES, I, 13100

FR, LB, 71490

FR, LC, 17000

Cap Spartel 35 47·47 N5 55·43 W

Fl(4)W 20s 95 30 Yellow square tower24

Aeromarine.(fl 0·2, ec 2·3) x 3, fl 0·2, ec 12·3.TE 2013

* *

D2640·65

PT, I, 704

- Porto da Povoação. E Mole.Head

37 44·69 N25 14·73 W

Oc G 4s 6 6 White tower, green bands

ec 1·5.TE 2013

*

ILHA DE SÃO MIGUELD2657 Remove from list; deleted

D2687·5

PT, I, 838

- Madalena. Ldg Lts 138·9°. Front

38 32·00 N28 31·84 W

Fl G 6s 16 5 White post, red bands8

fl 1·5.TE 2013

*

D2687·51

PT, I, 838·1

- Madalena. Ldg Lts 138·9°. Rear. 128m from front

38 31·95 N28 31·78 W

Fl G 6s 20 5 White post, red bands8

fl 1·5.TE 2013

*

ILHA DESERTASD2720

PT, I, 663

- Ilhéu Chão 32 35·37 N16 32·75 W

LFl(2)W 15s 111 13 Tower and building14

fl 2, ec 2, fl 2, ec 9

*

D2722

PT, I, 665

- Ilha Bugio. Ponta da Agulha

32 24·25 N16 27·81 W

Fl W 4s 71 13 Red and white tower4

fl 1.W163°-100°(297°).TE 2013

* *

D2739·2

PT, I, 639·1

- Porto do Funchal. Marina. Molhe W. Head

32 38·70 N16 54·67 W

F R 10 3 White column, red bands8

* *

D2812·25

ES, I, 12514

- Puerto de Arinaga. Breakwater

27 50·81 N15 24·09 W

Oc WR 4s 6 3 White round post, redbands

ec 1.W034°-042°(8°), R042°-050°(8°).TE 2013

* * *

D2812·5

ES, I, 12515

- Barranco Tirajana. Breakwater. Head

27 47·97 N15 26·03 W

Q(6)+LFl W 15s

7 5 " on black beacon, yellow top4

(fl 0·5, ec 0·5) x 6, fl 3, ec 6.TE 2013

*

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D2829·3

ES, I, 12875

- Puerto de San Miguel de Tajao. Central Térmica de Granadilla. Breakwater. Head

28 05·08 N16 29·37 W

Q(3)W 10s 8 3 * on black post, yellow band4

(fl 0·5, ec 0·5) x 2, fl 0·5, ec 7·5

*

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E0059·4

ES, II, 21320

Fuengirola. Outer Breakwater. Head

36 32·53 N4 36·94 W

Fl G 6 3 Green truncated pyramidal tower4

*

PUERTO DE MÁLAGAE0060·8

ES, II, 21400

- Terminal de Amoniaco. SACROS

36 39·50 N4 26·60 W

VQ(3)W 5s 19 3 * on black framework tower, yellow band12

(fl 0·3, ec 0·3) x 2, fl 0·3, ec 3·5

*

E0190

ES, II, 25460

Puerto de Oliva. Yacht Club. Breakwater. Head

38 56·00 N0 05·50 W

Fl(2)G 7s 7 5 Green and white truncated pyramidal tower4

fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.TE 2013

*

E0190·2

ES, II, 25470

Puerto de Oliva. Yacht Club. Breakwater. Head

38 55·98 N0 05·56 W

Fl(2)R 7s 7 3 Red and white truncated pyramidal tower4

fl 0·5, ec 1·5, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.TE 2013

*

E0345·6

ES, II, 36530

- Puerto de Ciutadella. S Shore. Sa Trona

39 59·91 N3 49·70 E

Fl(4)G 11s 7 1 Green % on green square column4

(fl 0·5, ec 1·5) x 3, fl 0·5, ec 4·5.Irreg (T) 2013

* *

E0394·86

ES, II, 29213

- Inner Pier. SE Head 41 11·10 N1 36·40 E

Fl(2+1)R 14·5s 3 1 Red & on red and green round post2

fl 0·5, ec 1, fl 0·5, ec 3, fl 0·5, ec 9.TE 2013

*

E0436·2

ES, II, 30453

Badalona. Outer Breakwater.N corner

41 26·10 N2 14·60 E

Fl R 5s 4 1 Red & on red post fl 0·5.TE 2013

*

E2130·1 Remove from list; deleted

E2130·3

IT, , 3429·3

Corigliano Calabro. Porto di Sibari. N Mole. Head

39 40·41 N16 31·74 E

Fl G 3s 9 5 Green post6

fl 1.Private. TE 2013

* * * *

E2326·2

IT, , 3889·2

Porto di Giulianova. N Mole.Inner Spur

42 45·26 N13 58·60 E

F G . . 2 . . Private. Unreliable. TE 2013

- - - . . Horn Mo(G) 45s

. . . . . . (bl 4, si 2) x 2, bl 2, si 31.TD 2013

*

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Vol F Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

SINGAPORE PORT. WEST JURONG CHANNELF1684 - Sultan Shoal 1 14·38 N

103 38·88 EFl(2)W 15s 20 15 White round tower on

2-storey dwelling21

fl 0·2, ec 3·6, fl 0·2, ec 11.Ra refl

- - . . Racon . . . . . . ALRS Vol 2 Station 80260*

PALAWAN ISLANDF2169·2 - Cabuli Island 11 26·24 N

119 30·31 EFl(2)W 10s

*

PALAWAN ISLANDF2169·25

PH, , 0599

- Lalutaya Island 11 21·84 N119 24·76 E

Fl W 5s . . . . GRP

*

F2174

PH, , 0328

- Port Culion(PH:CG)

11 53·50 N120 01·43 E

Fl R 5s 35 7 Post on fort3

R154°-293°(139°).TE 2013

*

F2247

PH, , 0548

Siargao Island. Cambas-Ac 9 44·62 N126 01·88 E

Fl W 5s 10 6

*

BOHOL SEA. MINDANAO. BUTUAN BAYF2253·9

PH, , 0610

- Diuata Point 9 05·53 N125 12·52 E

Fl W 10s 20 10 GRP on white metal post10

TE 2013

*

F2257·5

PH, , 0704

- Nasipit Harbour. W Side. Head(PH:CG)

8 59·36 N125 19·75 E

Fl W 6s . . . . . . TE 2013

*

F2258

PH, , 0350

- Nasipit Harbour. W Side(PH:CG)

8 59·08 N125 19·77 E

Fl W 5s 29 7 White concrete tower9

TE 2013

*

F2266·5

PH, , 0649

- Opol. Luyong Bonbon 8 31·84 N124 34·41 E

Fl G 5s 12 7 Grey tower11

TE 2013

* * *

F2284

PH, , 0366

- Dapitan Bay. Port Pulauan. Pier. Root(PH:CG)

8 38·26 N123 22·79 E

Fl(2)W 5s 45 4 Concrete tower10

W126°-311°(185°)

*

SIBUYAN SEA. JINTOTOLO CHANNELF2292

PH, , 0637

- Jintotolo Island

(PH:CG)11 50·39 N

123 07·25 EFl(3)W 10s 57 20 Grey square stone

tower and dwelling16

TE 2013

*

F2293·8 - Cawayan(PH:CG)

11 55·16 N123 45·19 E

Fl G 5s . . . . . . TE 2013

*

F2428

PH, , 0320

- Malitbog(PH:CG)

10 09·55 N125 00·13 E

Fl R 3s 10 7 White metal and GRPtower10

*

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F2438

PH, , 0315

- Baybay(PH:CG)

10 40·55 N124 47·91 E

Fl W 5s 13 9 White GRP tower10

fl 0·7.Vis over an arc of 109°. TE 2013

*

F2468

PH, , 0200

- Santo Niño Island(PH:CG)

11 53·50 N124 27·88 E

Fl W 5s . . . . GRP

* *

SAMAR SEA. SAN BERNARDINO STRAITF2492

PH, , 0199

- Capul Island. N End. Totoog Point(PH:CG)

12 28·89 N124 08·48 E

Fl W 7s 43 17 White concrete tower12

W026°-319°(293°).TE 2013

*

F2552

PH, , 0156

- Pinamalayan(PH:CG)

13 02·30 N121 29·72 E

Fl R 5s . . 7 White metal and GRPtower10

R231°-357°(126°).TE 2013

*

F2732

PH, , 0006

- Cape Engaño

(PH:CG)18 34·90 N

122 08·18 EFl W 5s 100 18 Grey granite tower,

white lantern and dwelling, red roof14

W061°-272°(211°).TE 2013

*

F2782

PH, , 0133

- Tabugoc(PH:CG)

14 03·43 N124 14·11 E

Fl R 5s . . . . GRP

* *

F2818

PH, , 0144

Port Gubat(PH:CG)

12 55·60 N124 07·44 E

Fl W 5s 12 10 White metal tower10

W246°-323°(77°).TE 2013

*

F2822·5

PH, , 0001

- Batan Island. Basco(PH:CG)

20 27·10 N121 57·80 E

Fl R 4s . . 7 Concrete structure TE 2013

*

FANGCHENG GANGF3316·3

CN, G103, 4964

- Sanya Shi 21 30·76 N108 20·20 E

Fl(2)W 6s 6 6 White stone pile fl 0·4, ec 1, fl 0·4, ec 4·2.TE 2013

* *

QIONGZHOU HAIXIAF3344 Remove from list; deleted

F3347·62

CN, G103, 4996

- Puqian Gang. No 4 20 01·48 N110 34·30 E

Fl(3)G 10s 4 3 Green % on green metal framework tower5

* * * * * * * *

F3407·48

CN, G103, 4560·1192

- Gaolan Gangqu. Zhonghaiyou Pier. S

21 52·83 N113 15·09 E

F R 3 5 White column, red bands1

* * * * * * * *

F3407·49

CN, G103,

4560·11921

- Gaolan Gangqu. Zhonghaiyou Pier. N

21 53·04 N113 15·01 E

F R 3 5 White column, red bands1

* * * * * * * *

F3407·63

CN, G103, 4561·1511

- Gaolan Gangqu. Nanjing Wan. LNG Pier. No 1

21 54·11 N113 13·10 E

F R 14 3 White metal column, red bands10

* * * * * * * *

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F3407·64

CN, G103, 4561·1512

- Gaolan Gangqu. Nanjing Wan. LNG Pier. No 2

21 54·30 N113 13·02 E

F R 14 3 White metal column, red bands10

* * * * * * * *

ZHUJIANG KOU AND APPROACHESF3451·94

CN, G103, 4381·04

- Dawu Wan. Oil and Gas Pier. S

22 22·42 N113 37·68 E

Fl R 3s 6 4 White column, red bands3

In sync

* * * * * * * *

F3451·95

CN, G103, 4381·03

- Dawu Wan. Oil and Gas Pier. N

22 22·48 N113 37·63 E

Fl R 3s 6 4 White column, red bands3

In sync

* * * * * * * *

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Vol G Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

G0848·01 - N Entrance 34 37·72 S58 20·33 W

F W . . 3 Dolphin

* *

G0848·02

AR, H211, 385·5

- N Entrance 34 37·68 S58 20·18 W

F W . . 3 Dolphin

* *

G5465·38

CA, P, 402

- 49 17·42 N123 06·06 W

F R . . . . . . Private

* * * * * * * *

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BAHIA DE CARDENASJ4881·5 Remove from list; deleted

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Vol K Edition 2013/14. Weekly Edition No. 1, Dated 02 January 2014.Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52, dated 26 December 2013.

K4663

FJ, F201, 4663

- Vanuatabu 19 01·42 S178 28·38 E

Fl W 2s 50 15 Metal framework tower

fl 0·1.215°-055°(200°).TE 2014

* * *

K4713·4

FJ, F201, 4713·4

- Fish Port. Entrance. S Side 17 36·53 S177 26·27 E

Fl R 4s 1 3

*

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K4953

FR, LC, 61740

- Chenal de Taunoa(FR)

17 31·23 S149 33·21 W

Fl G 2·5s 5 5 Green % on green beacon7

fl 0·5.TE 2014

*

K4969·6

FR, LC, 66260

- Passe Avapehi. S Side(FR)

16 43·64 S151 02·92 W

Fl G 4s 5 5 Green % on green beacon8

fl 1.TE 2014

* * *

K4969·68

FR, LC, 66390

- W Channel(FR)

16 46·18 S151 02·77 W

Q R 3 3 Red & on red beacon7

TE 2014

* *

K4969·687

FR, LC, 66430

- W Channel(FR)

16 47·04 S151 01·78 W

Q G 3 3 Green % on green beacon9

TE 2014

* *

K4969·689

FR, LC, 66450

- W Channel(FR)

16 47·78 S151 01·02 W

Fl R 4s 3 3 Red & on red beacon8

fl 1.TE 2014

* *

K4983·05

FR, LC, 68650

- Vaitape. Pier. Head(FR)

16 30·38 S151 45·22 W

Fl R 2·5s 5 4 Red & on red column6

fl 0·5.TE 2014

*

K4993·1

FR, LC, 55541

- Passe d'Tiputa. Ldg Lts 216°. Rear. 140m from front(FR)

14 58·68 S147 38·02 W

Iso G 4s 14 5 White beacon15

TE 2014

*

K4993·5

FR, LC, 55580

- Motu Nuhi-Nuhi. Eastward(FR)

14 58·68 S147 37·94 W

Fl G 2·5s 4 3 Green % on green beacon7

fl 0·5.Missing (T) 2014

*

ÎLE TAHUATAK5069

FR, LC, 53920

- Baie Motopu. Jetty. Head(FR)

9 54·26 S139 03·78 W

Fl R 2·5s 8 3 Red & on beacon4

fl 0·5

* * * * * * * *

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M4192·51

KR, 410, 3170·2

- Bieungdo. W Breakwater 35 56·01 N126 31·65 E

Fl G 5s 14 8 White round concretetower12

- - - . . AIS* * * * * * * *

M4192·52

KR, 410, 3170·1

KR, 410, 4602

- Bieungdo. E Breakwater 35 56·01 N126 31·75 E

Fl R 5s 14 8 Red round concrete tower12

- - - . . AIS . . . . . . MMSI No 004406102.Base station

* * * * * * * *

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M4193·8

KR, 410, 3188

KR, 410, 4386

- 35 58·70 N126 36·04 E

Fl Y 4s 7 7 Yellow round GRP tower5

- . . Horn 15s . . . . . . bl 5

*

M4400

KR, 410, 1348

KR, 410, 4317

Songdaemal 35 48·44 N129 30·68 E

Fl W 20s 34 26 White 4-sided concrete tower 21

W197°-014°(177°)

- . . Siren 50s . . . . . . bl 5

* * * * *

M4948·02 - Shinnihonseitetu. Raw Material Seaberth. E Corner

33 16·32 N131 37·91 E

Mo(U)W 8s . . 5 . . In sync

* * *

M4948·1 - Shinnihonseitetu. Raw Material Seaberth. W Corner

33 16·11 N131 37·58 E

Mo(U)W 8s . . 5 . . In sync

* * *

M4948·12 - Shinnihonseitetu. Raw Material Seaberth. W Head

33 16·06 N131 37·52 E

Mo(U)W 8s . . 10 . . In sync

* * *

KABA SHIMAM5007·9

JP, 411, 6136·2

- Ana-no-Kubi 32 44·45 N128 59·77 E

4 Mo(U)W 8s . . 3 . . 4 lights in sync mark this floating wind turbine

* * * * * * * *

M5635·1

JP, 411, 4802·5

- Yanai Ko. Chugoku Denryoku Yanai Power Station. Seaberth. S End

33 56·78 N132 07·74 E

Mo(U)W 12s 4 5 . . In sync

* * *

M5635·2

JP, 411, 4802·5

- Yanai Ko. Chugoku Denryoku Yanai Power Station. Seaberth. N End

33 57·04 N132 07·92 E

Mo(U)W 12s 6 5 . . In sync

* * *

M6545·7

JP, 411, 1732·2

- Aji Shima. Futawatashi Ko 38 15·51 N141 29·73 E

Fl G 5s 8 2 White tower5

TE 2013

*

M7119

JP, 411, 1307

Shiiya Hana 37 29·03 N138 37·12 E

Fl W 15s 64 21 White concrete tower17

W017°-229°(212°).Range 12M (T) 2013

*

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UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALSWeekly Edition No. 1 dated 2 January 2014

The Admiralty List of Radio Signals diagrams included in the paper version of the weekly Notice to Mariners (Section VI) areprinted in black and white. If required, a colour version of these diagrams can be downloaded from www.ukho.gov.uk/msi. To obtainthe 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 2, NP 281(2), 2013/14Published Wk 38/13

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 49 dated 5 December 2013)

MARITIME RADIO STATIONS

PAGE 149, diagram, BALI & JAWA (INDONESIA), MARITIME RADIO STATIONS, MRCC & MRSC.Delete diagram and replace by diagram on page 6.2

AMSA SAR Operations Emergency Response Division (RSDRA2013000213346) 1/14

PAGES 150 & 151, between these pages.Insert diagrams on page 6.3 titledKALIMANTAN&PULAUBANKA - SULAWESI & HALMAHERA (INDONESIA), MARITIMERADIOSTATIONS, MRCC & MRSC.

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PAGE 238, UNITED STATES (Alaska), US COAST GUARD to ANCHORAGE (NOJ3) (US COAST GUARD).Delete entries and replace by:

US COAST GUARDThe US Coast Guard monitor VHF Ch 16 and use 22A as the liaison and broadcast Channel. Implementation of Sea Area A1 depends upon the completion of themodernization project ”Rescue 21”. Until this system is installed, the USCG in Alaska, cannot reliably receive VHF DSC distress calls.

ANCHORAGE SECTOR (NOJ3) (US COAST GUARD)61°13′⋅03N 149°54′⋅24W Diagram page 240

℡ +1 907 2716700 (Primary)+1 907 2716769 (Emergency)

+1 907 2716765 & 2716751

e-mail: [email protected]

NOTES: 1. The US Coast Guard National VHF Distress System provides continuous coastal coverage outwards to 20 n miles on VHF Ch 16. After contact on Ch 16,communications with the Coast Guard should be on Ch 22A. Vessels not equipped with Ch 22A should use Ch 12.

2. Area of Responsibility (AOR) is Western Alaska.3. Anchorage Sector operates as a Sector Command within the US Coast Guard Seventeenth District. See Juneau JRCC for additional information.

VHF

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MARITIME RADIO STATIONS

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SULAWESI & HALMAHERA(INDONESIA)

MARITIME RADIO STATIONS

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Sei Kolak Kiang DSC MF VHF MMSI 005250029

MRSC Tanjung Pinang

Batu AmparDSC MF VHF MMSI 005250012

Teluk Bayur (MF)VHF Ch 16 RT (HF)

MRSC Padang

Palembang (MF) VHF Ch 16 RT (HF)

MRSC Palembang

PanjangDSC MF VHF MMSI 005250013

Sibolga DSC MF VHF MMSI 005250028

Singapore Port Operations Control

+ 65 63252494

E-mail: [email protected]

+ 65 62245776

DSC VHF MMSI 005630002

MRCC Singapore

Digital Selective Calling (DSC)

Band DSC Voice SITOR

VHF Ch 70 Ch 16

MF 2187·5 kHz 2182 kHz 2174·5 kHz

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HF6 6312 kHz 6215 kHz 6268 kHz

HF8 8414·5 kHz 8291 kHz 8376·5 kHz

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HF16 16804·5 kHz 16420 kHz 16695 kHz

MARITIME RADIO STATIONS

BelawanDSC MF VHF MMSI 005250003

MRCC Medan

+ 62 61 8225111

MalaysiaRefer to Malaysia for details on Penang Radio(Telekom Malaysia Berhad) and the MRCC andMRSC operating under the control of the MalaysianMaritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)

HF

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MRSC Bengkulu

MRCC Lampung+ 62 721 7697026

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PAGE 241, UNITED STATES (Alaska), JUNEAU (NMJ) (US COAST GUARD) & JRCC.Delete entry and replace by:

JUNEAU JRCC (US COAST GUARD SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT)58°18′⋅07N 134°25′⋅20W Diagram page 240

℡ +1 907 4632000 & +1 800 478555 +1 907 4632023

e-mail: [email protected]

NOTE: Seventeenth District Area of SAR Coordination and Responsibility is Alaska, US waters in the North Pacific Ocean, Bering Sea and the Arctic Ocean.

JUNEAU SECTOR (NMJ) (US COAST GUARD)58°18′⋅07N 134°25′⋅20W Diagram page 240

℡ +1 907 4632450 (Primary)+1 907 4632980 (Emergency)

+1 907 4632023 & 4632485

e-mail: [email protected]

NOTES: 1. The US Coast Guard National VHF Distress System provides continuous coastal coverage outwards to 20 n miles on VHF Ch 16. After contact on Ch 16,communications with the Coast Guard should be on Ch 22A. Vessels not equipped with Ch 22A should use Ch 12.

2. Area of Responsibility (AOR) is Eastern Alaska (Panhandle of Alaska).3. Juneau Sector operates as a Sector Command within the US Coast Guard Seventeenth District. See Juneau JRCC for additional information.

VHF

Ch 06 12 16 22A H24

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℡ +1 907 4875778 +1 907 4875430

United States Coast Guard (RSDRA2012000030012 & RSDRA2013000269547) 1/14

PAGE 242, UNITED STATES (Alaska), KODIAK (NOJ) (US COAST GUARD), RT(MF) table.Delete

United States Coast Guard (RSDRA2013000269547) 1/14

VOLUME 2, NP 282, 2013/14Published Wk 9/13

(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 52 dated 26 December 2013)

AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS)

PAGE 162, CHILE, below Islotes Sandwich Lt entry.Insert:

Molo Sur Lt Bn 33°35′⋅17S 71°37′⋅44W 997251101 Broadcasts every 5 minutes Synthetic

Muelle Policarpo Toro Lt Bn 33°34′⋅96S 71°37′⋅34W 997251100 Broadcasts every 5 minutes Synthetic

Chilean Notice 12/13 (RSDRA2013000268202) 1/14

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PAGE 162, CHILE, below Puerto Progreso Lt Bn entry.Insert:

Punta Panul Lt 33°34′⋅50S 71°37′⋅51W 997251009 Broadcasts every 5 minutes Real

Chilean Notice 12/13 (RSDRA2013000268202) 1/14

PAGE 186, GERMANY (North Sea Coast), above Platform A6-A entry.Insert:

Nordsee Ost Windfarm 54°27′⋅14N 7°44′⋅37E Real

German Notice 50/13 (RSDRA2013000269254) 1/14

PAGE 204, QATAR, below Barge Wreck Lt Buoy entry.Insert:

Bever Wreck Lt Buoy 25°58′⋅30N 51°59′⋅80E Real 21

(former update 14/13)MENAS Navigation Warning 37/13 (RSDRA2013000159771) 1/14

PAGE 204, QATAR, Bever Wreck North Lt Buoy & Bever Wreck South Lt Buoy.Delete entries

(former update 14/13)MENAS Navigation Warning 37/13 (RSDRA2013000159771) 1/14

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VOLUME 6, PART 2, NP 286(2), 2013/14Published Wk 19/13

––––––––––––––––––(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 51 dated 19 December 2013)

PAGE 227, NORWAY, FEDJE, Vessel Traffi c Service, AREA.Delete and replace by:

AREA:The geographical and operational area of the VTS has a boundary of straight lines joining the following points:(1) 60°40′·52N 4°47′·71E (Rubbegarnståna Lt)(2) 60°40′·52N 4°26′·00E (3) 60°56′·85N 4°18′·00E(4) 60°56′·85N 4°45′·75E (Sogneoksen Lt)(5) 60°56′·75N 4°57′·20E (Spafoten Lt)(6) 60°48′·00N 5°11′·30E (Terneskjæret Lt)(7) 60°46′·40N 5°09′·70E (Langøyna)(8) 60°50′·05N 4°48′·40E (Northernmost point of Kjørholmen)(9) 60°47′·16N 4°47′·84E (Senuksen Lt)(10) 60°23′·96N 5°14′·48E (Kvarven Lt)(11) 60°13′·25N 5°11′·70E (Southernmost point of Buarøyna)(12) 60°12′·13N 5°10′·21E (Børnestangen Lt)(13) 60°40′·52N 4°47′·71E (Rubbegarnståna Lt)

Norwegian Notice 22/13, (RSDRA2013000258916), 01/14

PAGE 228, NORWAY, FEDJE, diagram FEDJE VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE.Delete and replace by diagram FEDJE VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE on page 6.10

Norwegian Notice 22/13, (RSDRA2013000258916), 01/14

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

VOLUME 6, PART 3, NP 286(3), 2013/14Published Wk 28/13

––––––––––––––––––(Last Updates: Weekly Edition No. 50 dated 12 December 2013)

PAGE 279, TURKEY, ANTALYA, Pilots, PROCEDURE, section (2).Delete and replace by:

(2) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 36°50′·47N 30°37′·33E(b) 36°41′·56N 31°29′·52E(c) 36°48′·04N 30°36′·73E

Turkish Notice 49/13, (RSDRA2013000266076), 01/14

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There are no updates to miscellaneous Nautical Publications this week

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ADMIRALTY DIGITAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

1. ENC / ECDIS and AVCS

a) Safety Notice

The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) is withdrawing Edition 1.0 of the IHO Data Protection Scheme on 31st December 2013. ENC service providers that deliver data in S-63 format will be required to use Edition 1.1 of the standard from January 1st, 2014. In week 42/13 (17 October) AVCS and ADMIRALTY ECDIS Service CDs were upgraded to S-63 Edition 1.1. You will no longer receive 1.0 format disks, unless specifically requested via your ADMIRALTY Chart Agent. By upgrading to the S-63 1.1 CD service you will benefit by receiving fewer warning messages and no requirement to change the security scheme certificate when installing AVCS on new ECDIS. AVCS is also available on a single weekly DVD in S-63 Edition 1.1 format. Those who upgrade to the DVD will experience even more benefits. These include the entire ENC dataset on a single DVD every week, removing the need for base disk re-issues, and improved data loading because newer ECDIS are designed to load S-63 1.1 data more efficiently than was possible with S-63 1.0. A guide in the INFO folder on each disc explains the simple steps to activate the S-63 Edition 1.1 CD upgrade. For the latest information on the transition of AVCS and the ADMIRALTY ECDIS Service to S-63 Edition 1.1, including a list of compatible ECDIS models, individual ECDIS installation guides and videos, see the S-63 tab at www.ukho.gov.uk/avcs

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.

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b) ENCs temporarily withdrawn from AVCS Nil. c) ENC Readme.txt file The README.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest ENC Base and Update discs contains important safety related information relating to the use of ENCs in ECDIS. This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration. Updates to the README file issued in the past 6 weeks are: Week 50. The full text of the latest README.TXT file is available at: www.ukho.gov.uk/MSI T&P Notice to Mariners in ENCs The use of temporary & preliminary Notices to Mariners (T&P NM) information is considered an essential part of keeping navigational charts up to date. The latest confirmed status of T&P NM information in the ENCs that are available in Admiralty services is shown in the ENC-TandP-NM-Status.pdf file in the INFO folder on the service media and at: www.ukho.gov.uk/MSI AVCS and AIO Updates in Week 1 - 2014 The UKHO will not be producing AVCS or AIO updates for Week 1 this year. Normal service will resume in Week 2, with physical and electronic media supplied according to our normal schedule. Physical and electronic updates for ARCS and ADP services will be issued in Week 1 as per normal. If you have any questions regarding the Week 1 update schedule, please contact Customer Services. 2. Admiralty Digital Publications - ADP New Edition - Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) V14 A New Edition of the existing Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) has been issued. All current customers with an ADP subscription licence will receive a copy, free of charge, via their Admiralty distributor. Users are requested to install the new ADP V14 CD as soon as possible. Support for all ADP versions pre V14 will cease on 28 May 2014. The new ADP V14 CD should automatically uninstall the previous edition, auto install the new edition and work with existing licence keys. This upgrade is made so that SOLAS regulated vessels remain complaint with the carriage of nautical publications. If you experience any problems receiving or installing the software upgrade, please contact the UKHO Customer Services: Tel: +44 (0)1823 723366 Email: [email protected] For information: Please ensure that any future Activation Key Requests for ADP are sent to [email protected] and any Update Data Requests are sent to [email protected]

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TOTALTIDE V14 German Tidal Stations predicted on LAT The V14 Edition of TotalTide in Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) computes predictions for all German tidal stations based on Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT). Mariners using charts which refer to Mean Low Water Springs (MLWS) in German waters must deduct 0.5m from all predicted tidal heights for these ports before applying them to the depths on those charts in order to determine the correct predicted depth of water. This advice will also be contained in the Notes Tab on the Prediction Windows in TotalTide for each of the above German tidal stations. 3. Admiralty e-Navigator Service Latest Version: Admiralty e-Navigator Planning Station v3.3 Last Issue Date: November 2013. 4. Status of Digital Products

Update status table

Product Last issue date/Week Reissue Date/Week i. Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) and ECDIS Base CD 12 December 2013 – 50 16 January 2014 – 3 ii. Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO) CD which contains both

the base data and the latest updates 19 December 2013 – 51

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 1 29 August 2013 – 35 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 2 26 September 2013 – 39 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 3 9 May 2013 – 19 13 February 2014 – 7 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 4 23 May 2013 – 21 3 April 2014 – 14 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 5 27 June 2013 – 26 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 6 19 December 2013 – 51 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 7 5 December 2013 – 49 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 8 15 August 2013 – 33 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 9 7 March 2013 – 10 27 February 2014 – 9 Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 10 10 October 2013 – 41

iii.

Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS) Regional disc 11 11 July 2013 – 28 iv. Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) CD v14 2014

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Reporting Port Information affecting Admiralty Products

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.

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.

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION

(To accompany Form H.102)

H.102A (V6.0 Dec 2012)

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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 & operating hours)

14. PORT AUTHORITY Designation, address, telephone, e-mail address and website.

15. VIEWS Photographs (where permitted) of the approaches, leading marks, the entrance to the harbour etc.

16. ADDITIONAL DETAILS

NOTES:

1. 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-memoire, being used or followed closely, whenever appropriate. Where there is insufficient space on the form an additional sheet should be used. 2. 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.

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION

(To accompany Form H.102)

H.102A (V6.0 Dec 2012)

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INSTRUCTIONS 1. Mariners are requested to notify the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) 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. 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.

3. 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.

4. 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 ENC should be sent along with details of the ECDIS make, model or age 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.

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 H.102 (V6.0 Dec 2012)

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Reporting information affecting Admiralty Products

For new information affecting Admiralty Charts and Publications forward to [email protected] For reporting issues related to ENCs or their display forward to [email protected] Note: To be used in conjunction with the H.102 instructions available at www.ukho.gov.uk/msi

Date Ref. Number

Name of ship or sender

IMO number if applicable

Address

E-mail/Tel/Fax of sender

General Locality

Subject

Position (see Instruction 3 in H Note Instructions)

Latitude Longitude

GPS Datum Accuracy

Admiralty Charts affected Edition

Latest Weekly Edition of Notice to Mariners held

Replacement copy of Chart No (see Instruction 4 in H Note Instructions)

IS/IS NOT required

ENCs affected

Latest update disk applied Week:

Make, model and or age of ECDIS if applicable

Publications affected (NP/DP number, Edition No.)

Date of latest supplement/update, page & Light List No. etc

Details of anomaly / observation:

Name of observer/reporter

H.102A Submitted Yes / No H.102B Submitted Yes / No

Tick box if not willing to be named as source of this information

This form is also available at www.ukho.gov.uk/msi

HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE H.102 (V6.0 Dec 2012)