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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...

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  1. Notices 1814--1925/10 ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS Weekly Edition 16 22 April 2010 (Published on the UKHO Website 12 April 2010) CONTENTS I Explanatory Notes. Publications List II Admiralty Notices to Mariners. Updates to Standard Nautical Charts III Reprints of Radio Navigational Warnings IV Amendments to Admiralty Sailing Directions V Amendments to Admiralty Lists of Lights and Fog Signals VI Amendments to Admiralty List of Radio Signals Mariners are requested to inform the UK Hydrographic Office, Admiralty Way, Taunton, Somerset TA1 2DN immediately of the discovery of new dangers, or changes or defects in aids to navigation and of shortcomings in Admiralty charts or publications. Copies of form H 102, which is a convenient form on which to send in a report, may be obtained gratis from any Admiralty Distributor or the reproduction at the end of Section VI of the Weekly Edition of Notices to Mariners may be used. A copy of the form, which may be used as a pro forma, is also printed in the Mariner’s Handbook (NP 100). Reports can also be made through the UKHO website. In addition to postal methods, the following additional communication facilities are available: Notices to Mariners Website Web: www.ukho.gov.uk/msi Searchable Notices to Mariners Web: www.nmwebsearch.com Urgent navigational information: Fax: +44(0)1823 322352 Phone: +44(0)1823 353448 e- -mail: navwarnings@btconnect.com Other navigational information: e- -mail: hdcfiles@ukho.gov.uk General enquiries: e- -mail: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk General website Web: www.ukho.gov.uk Other matters: Fax: +44(0)1823 284077  British Crown Copyright 2010. All rights Reserved. Permission is not required to make analogue copies of these Notices, but such copies may not be sold without the permission of the UKHO. Permission to sell copies of the Notices or to make digital copies can be obtained from the Senior Licensing Manager, Intellectual Property Branch, UK Hydrographic Office, Admiralty Way, Taunton, Somerset TA1 2DN, United Kingdom. For UKHO use only 210416
  2. I 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 through the UKHO Website www.ukho.gov.uk. or the searchable NM Website www.nmwebsearch.com. 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.nmwebsearch.com 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 Ext.5030 Tel Direct: +44 (0) 1823 723366 Fax: +44 (0) 1823 330561 e-mail: customerservices@ukho.gov.uk Wk16/10 1.2
  3. I ADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS This Admiralty Notices to Mariners Bulletin (ANMB) is published by the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO). The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency accepts that both the paper and digital forms of the ANMB comply with carriage requirement for Notices to Mariners within Regulation 19.2.1.4 of the revised Chapter V of the Safety of Life at Sea Convention, and the Merchant Shipping (Safety of Navigation) Regulations, both of which came into force 1 July 2002. While every effort is made to ensure that the data provided through the Notices to Mariners service is accurate, the user needs to be aware of the risks of corruption to data. It is important that the user should only use the data on suitable equipment and that other applications should not be running on the 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. 1.3 Wk16/10
  4. I 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. Charts and Positions 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 on Chart 5011. 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. Temporary and Preliminary 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. Original Information A star adjacent to the number of a notice indicates that the notice is based on original information. 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 NP294, ‘‘How to Keep Your Admiralty Charts Up-to-date’’. All users are advised to study these publications. Lights When a light is affected by a notice its Light List number is quoted. The detailed amendment to the List of Lights is given in Section V and may be published in an earlier edition than the chart-updating notice. The entire entry for each light amended will be printed (including minor changes) and an asterisk (*) will denote which column contains an amendment. 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 book. 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 corrections 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. The range of a light is normally the nominal range, except when the responsible authority quotes luminous or geographical range. Radio Signals When a chart-updating notice is issued for information that is also included within Admiralty List of 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 amendment to the service details. The amendments in Section VI should be cut out and pasted into the appropriate volumes. Sailing Directions Amendments to 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 (NP 247(2)). A list of amendments in force is published in Section IV of the Weekly Edition quarterly. For volumes of Sailing Directions maintained by Continuous Revision, amendments may be cut out and pasted/corrected directly in to the book. Alternatively, and for the remaining volumes of Sailing Directions maintained by Supplement, it is recommended that amendments are kept in a file with the latest list of amendments in force on top. The list should then be consulted when using the parent book to see if any amendments, affecting the area under consideration, are in force. It is not recommended that amendments be stuck in the parent book, or the supplement of Sailing Directions maintained by supplement. Radio Navigational Warnings See Note at the start of Section III. Wk16/10 1.4
  5. I CAUTIONARY NOTES Updating Updating information is published by Weekly Notices to Mariners supplemented by radio 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 other 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 navigational aids. 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 corrected 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 (ARCS and ENC) versions of charts. 1.5 Wk16/10
  6. I [16/10] Admiralty Charts affected by the Publication List Admiralty Chart 89 157 172 805 963 1019 1271 1844 1976 2715 3041 3436 3439 3441 3456 3502 3634 3635 3636 3741 INT 1571 INT 7006 SC 3741 SC 5602 SC 5915 Admiralty Publication NP 58A NP 74 GP 100-11 DP 330 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.6
  7. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 22 April 2010 Chart Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2010 Catalogue page 89 Portugal – South Coast, Cabo de São Vicente to Faro. 1:175,000 18 40 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Note: This chart remains affected by Notice 539(T)/10. 1271 Korea – West Coast, Taesan, P’yŏngt’aek and Soraep’ogu. 52 82 A Taesan. 1:25,000 B P’yŏngt’aek. 1:30,000 C Soraep’ogu. 1:50,000 Includes changes to fairways, anchorage areas and anchor berths in Taesan Hang, changes to fairways in the approaches to P'yŏngt'aek and Soraep'ogu, and extensive changes to depths and coastline throughout. Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 3756(P)/09 is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notices 2557(P)/09 and 1069(P)/10. This chart remains affected by Notice 1760(T)/10. 1844 Malaysia and Brunei – Brunei Bay and Approaches. 1:75,000 48 78 Malaysia, Sabah – Approaches to Sipitang Wharf. 1:25,000 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 3502 Norway – South East Coast, Svenner to Jomfruland including 1:50,000 12 32 Porsgrunn. Includes changes to lights and depths. (A modified reproduction of Norwegian Chart 5). Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 1090(P)/07 is cancelled. This chart is to be deleted from the list of charts affected by Notices 1956(P)/09 and 442(P)/10. 3634 Portugal – West Coast, Montedor to Cabo Mondego. 1:200,000 18 40 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Note: On publication of this New Edition former Notice 765(P)/10 is cancelled. This chart remains affected by Notice 885(T)/09. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.7
  8. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Charts published 22 April 2010 (continued) Chart Title and other remarks Scale Folio 2010 Catalogue page 3635 Portugal – West Coast, Cabo Mondego to Cabo Espichel. 1:200,000 18 40 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 885(T)/09, 5974(T)/09, 221(T)/10 and 1080(T)/10. 3636 Portugal – West Coast, Cabo Espichel to Cabo de São Vicente. 1:200,000 18 40 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. Note: This chart remains affected by Notices 196(T)/10 and 1080(T)/10. 3741 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Rivers Colne and 1:25,000 7 24 INT1571 Blackwater. A Brightlingsea. 1:12,500 B Continuation of River Colne. 1:25,000 C Colchester Quays. 1:12,500 D Bradwell. 1:12,500 E West Mersea. 1:12,500 F Tollesbury. 1:12,500 G Maldon. 1:12,500 Fully modernised and updated throughout. Admiralty Leisure Folios published 22 April 2010 Chart Title and other remarks Scale Edition SC5602 The West Country – Falmouth to Teignmouth. 9th Edition 5602.1 The West Country and Approaches. 1:325,000 5602.2 A Helford River to Fowey. 1:75,000 B Mevagissey. 1:2,500 5602.3 A Saint Just Pool to Truro River. 1:12,500 B Continuation of Truro River. 1:12,500 C Continuation of Tresillian River. 1:12,500 D Continuation of Carnon River. 1:12,500 5602.4 A Fowey to Plymouth. 1:75,000 B Polperro. 1:3,500 5602.5 A Falmouth Harbour. 1:12,500 B Upper reaches of Percuil River. 1:12,500 C Penryn Harbour. 1:12,500 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.8
  9. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Leisure Folios published 22 April 2010 (continued) Chart Title and other remarks Scale Edition 5602.6 A Plymouth to Salcombe. 1:75,000 B Torquay. 1:4,000 C Eddystone Rocks. 1:7,500 5602.7 A Fowey Harbour. 1:6.250 B River Fowey - Mixtow to Saint Winnow. 1:15,000 C Continuation of River Fowey - Saint Winnow to 1:15,000 Lostwithiel. 5602.8 A Salcombe to Teignmouth. 1:75,000 B Brixham. 1:7,500 C Teignmouth. 1:7,500 5602.9 A Dartmouth. 1:6,250 B Higher Noss Point to Blackness Point. 1:6,250 5602.10 Approaches to the River Dart. 1:6,250 5602.11 Approaches to Salcombe. 1:12,500 5602.12 A Salcombe Harbour. 1:12,500 B Salcombe. 1:5,000 5602.13 Outer Approaches to Plymouth. 1:25,000 5602.14 Plymouth Sound. 1:12,500 5602.15 A Plymouth Sound – Northeastern Part. 1:12,500 B River Tavy. 1:20,000 5602.16 Drake Channel to Hamoaze. 1:7,500 5602.17 A Hamoaze. 1:12,500 B River Lynher. 1:20,000 5602.18 Upper Reaches of River Dart, River Yealm and Looe. - A Blackness Point to Totnes. 1:12,500 B River Yealm. 1:12,500 C Looe. 1:5,000 5602.19 A River Tamar, Bull Point to Neal Point. 1:12,500 B Neal Point to Halton Quay. 1:12,500 C Halton Quay to Cotehele Quay. 1:12,500 D Cotehele Quay to Calstock. 1:12,500 5602.20 A Helford River. 1:12,500 B Continuation to Gweek. 1:12,500 C Continuation of River Fal (Ruan Creek). 1:20,000 A new edition of Leisure Folio SC5602. All sheets have been fully updated for New Editions and Notices to Mariners affecting source charts. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.9
  10. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS NOW PUBLISHED AND AVAILABLE NEW EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS Admiralty Publications NP No. Title and other remarks Date Remarks NP58A Norway Pilot Volume 3A (Seventh Edition 2010). 22/04/10 New edition correct to 7/1/10. The first amendments are in NM week 16/10. This edition supersedes the Norway Pilot Volume IIIA (Sixth Edition 1982) and Supplement 10 (2006) which are thereby cancelled. NP74 Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals Volume A 2010/11 22/04/10 Amended to Week 12/10 (25/03/10). British Isles and North Coast of France from Dunkerque to the First Amendments in Week 16/10. Entrance to Goulet de Brest including North Sea Oil and Gas Volume A 2009/10 is thereby cancelled. Production Installations. Resulting from a content policy review, the following AtoNs have been removed from ALL Volume A 2010/11: AIS/Racon information not pertaining to fixed light features; buoys of primary navigational significance; large high focal plane buoys; light floats; LANBYs and ODAS superbuoys. These removed AtoNs are covered by information available on the chart or ENC and are amended by weekly section II NMs and digital update files. GP100-11 The Astronomical Almanac 2011 April 2010 The Astronomical Almanac 2011 is now available. This reference publication contains high precision data covering the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets and minor planets, timescales, reduction of celestial coordinates, reference frames as well as reference data for a variety of astronomical objects. Phenomena including rise/set information, planetary magnitudes and eclipses are also provided. It is aimed at the professional and amateur astronomer, space scientist, geodesist, surveyor and navigator. DP330 NavPac and Compact Data 2006-2010 April 2010 The 2006-2010 edition of Navpac and Compact Data has been superceded by the 2011-2015 edition. PLEASE NOTE: The new edition 2011-2015 can be used with immediate effect as it contains data covering the period 1986 to 2015. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.10
  11. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 6 MAY 2010 New Editions of Admiralty Charts Charts to be Folio Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale WITHDRAWN 2715 Republic of Ireland – North West Coast, Killala and Donegal. 2715 4 Donegal Harbour. 1:15,000 Killala Bay. 1:25,000 River Moy, Continuation to Ballina. 1:25,000 Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new light buoys and beacons marking the channel to Donegal. Note: This new edition has not been previously announced as a chart to be published on 6 May 2010. 3041 Russia – Pacific Coast, Zaliv Nakhodka. 1:25,000 3041 56 Includes significant safety-related information as follows: new fairways, marked by leading lights, have been inserted in the approaches to a new oil terminal within Bukhta Koz'mina. A new precautionary area has also been included. Note: This new edition has not been previously announced as a chart to be published on 6 May 2010. 3436 Finland – Southwest Coast Saaristomeri, Turku and Approaches. 1:20,000 3436 11 A Naantali (Nådendal). 1:10,000 B Pansio. 1:5,000 C Kanavaniemi. 1:10,000 Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes to lights, buoyage, depths, recommended tracks and maximum authorised draughts. Note: This new edition has not previously been announced as a chart to be published on 6 May 2010. 3439 Finland – South West Coast, Saaristomeri – North Eastern Part, 1:60,000 3439 11 Outer Approaches to Turku. Includes significant safety-related information as follows: changes to lights, buoyage, depths, recommended tracks and maximum authorised draughts. Note: This new edition has not previously been announced as a chart to be published on 6 May 2010. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.11
  12. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 6 MAY 2010 New Editions of Admiralty Charts (continued) Charts to be Folio Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale WITHDRAWN 3441 Finland – South West Coast, Saaristomeri – Southern Part, Utö to 1:60,000 3441 11 Korppoo. Includes significant safety related information as follows: changes to depths, buoyage, recommended tracks, maximum authorised draughts and nature reserve. Note: This new edition has not previously been announced as a chart to be published on 6 May 2010. ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 13 MAY 2010 New Admiralty Leisure Tough Charts Charts to be Chart Title and other remarks Scale WITHDRAWN SC5915 - 1st Edition 5915.1 Seven Heads to Old Head of Kinsale. 1:50,000 5915.2 Old Head of Kinsale to Barry’s Head. 1:50,000 5915.3 Barry’s Head to Roches Point. 1:50,000 5915.4 Approaches to Cork Harbour. 1:50,000 5915.5 Kinsale Harbour. 1:12,500 5915.6 Oyster Haven. 1:12,500 5915.7 A Cork Harbour Entrance. 1:12,500 B Continuation of Owenboy River. 1:12,500 5915.8 Cork Harbour – West Channel and Cobh Road. 1:12,500 5915.9 Cork Harbour – Corkbeg Island to Cobh. 1:12,500 5915.10 Cork Harbour – East Channel. 1:12,500 5915.11 A Cork Harbour – East Passage to Rossmore Point. 1:12,500 B Brick Island to Belvelly Channel (Diagram). - 5915.12 A River Lee – West Passage. 1:12,500 B Ringaskiddy Harbour. 1:12,500 5915.13 River Lee – Mario Point to Barry Point. 1:12,500 5915.14 A River Lee – Approaches to Cork. 1:12,500 B River Lee – Cork. 1:12,500 Index Cork to Kinsale. 1:150,000 A new product extending the Admiralty Tough Chart Coverage. All charts are on ETRS89 Datum which is WGS84 compatible. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.12
  13. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED ADMIRALTY CHARTS TO BE PUBLISHED 13 MAY 2010 New Editions of Admiralty Charts Charts to be Folio Chart Title, limits and other remarks Scale WITHDRAWN 157 International Chart Series, Red Sea, Masamirit to Bab el Mandeb. 1:750,000 157 32 INT7006 INT7006 Includes new submarine cables and changes to depths throughout. 172 Italy – Isole Eolie. 1:125,000 172 26 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 805 Italy – Ports in the Tyrrhenian Sea. 805 26 A Capo and Baia di Milazzo. 1:30,000 B Sicilia, Rada and Porto di Milazzo. 1:10,000 C Porto di Vibo, Valentia Marina. 1:10,000 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 963 Italy – Ports on the North Coast of Sicilia. 963 26 A Golfo di Palermo. 1:40,000 B Porto di Palermo. 1:10,000 C Approaches to Termini Imerese. 1:100,000 D Porto di Termini Imerese. 1:25,000 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum 1019 Italy – West Coast, Gioia Tàuro. 1:10,000 1019 26 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. . 1976 Mediterranean – Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea, Capo di Bonifati to Capo San 1:300,000 1976 26 Vito. Isola di Ustica. 1:100,000 The horizontal datum of this chart has been transferred to WGS84 Datum. 3456 United States – East Coast, New York, New Jersey, New York, 1:10,000 3456 81 Upper Bay, The Narrows to Governors Island. Includes changes to depths, wrecks and obstructions. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.13
  14. I ADMIRALTY CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN Admiralty Charts Chart to be On publication of WITHDRAWN Main Title New Chart/New Edition 89 Portugal – South Coast, Cabo de São Vicente to Faro. 89 1271 Korea – West Coast, Taesan, P’Yŏngt’aek and Soraep’ogu. 1271 1844 Malaysia and Brunei – Brunei Bay and Approaches. 1844 3502 Norway – South East Coast, Svenner to Jomfruland including 3502 Porsgrunn. 3634 Portugal – West Coast, Montedor to Cabo Mondego. 3634 3635 Portugal – West Coast, Cabo Mondego to Cabo Espichel. 3635 3636 Portugal – West Coast, Cabo Espichel to Cabo de São Vicente. 3636 3741 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Rivers Colne and 3741 INT1571 Blackwater. INT1571 SC5602 The West Country – Falmouth to Teignmouth. SC5602 8th Edition 9th Edition ADMIRALTY CHARTS INDEPENDENTLY WITHDRAWN Admiralty Charts Chart to be WITHDRAWN Main Title SC3741 England – East Coast, Rivers Colne and Blackwater. 1st Edition denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.14
  15. I ADMIRALTY AVCS AND ECDIS SERVICE Caution regarding use of ECDIS in standard display mode Mariners are advised of a potentially serious concern that has come to light relating to the way ECDIS displays and operates with some shoal soundings. A very small proportion of shoal soundings, especially those marked as “reported” on paper charts, will not be visible when operating in the base or standard display modes and may not trigger automatic grounding alarms in any display mode, even if their depth is less than the vessel safety depth set in the ECDIS. This is due to the specific manner in which these particular shoal soundings have been encoded in some ENCs. Because of the potential impact on safety of navigation, ENC producing nations are re-examining all their ENCs and taking corrective action where this is necessary. ENCs produced by the UKHO (identified by Country Code GB) and a number of other nations have now been corrected. Where available, further information on the corrective action taken is available in the readme.txt file on UKHO’s ECDIS and AVCS service CDs, which are updated weekly. As a precaution the NAVAREA 1 warning issued on 15 February 2010 will remain in force until further notice. The text of the warning is as below. Some ENC producer nations may also promulgate local Notices to Mariners. NAVAREA 1 - Warning 037/10 Mariners are advised that ECDIS may not display some isolated shoal depths when operating in “base or standard display” mode. Route planning and monitoring alarms for these shoal depths may not always be activated. To ensure safe navigation and to confirm that a planned route is clear of such dangers, mariners should visually inspect the planned route and any deviations from it using ECDIS configured to display “all data”. The automated voyage planning check function should not be solely relied upon. The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) is leading technical action to resolve this matter. Further information will be made available through Notices to Mariners. The README.TXT file located within the ENC_ROOT folder on the latest Base and Update discs contains important safety related information relating to the contents of the disc. This file is updated on a regular basis and should be consulted to ensure that all related issues are taken into consideration. The last 3 updates are identified at the start of the file. The latest README.TXT file is also located on the UKHO website at: www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ElectronicCharts/Documents/README.txt Latest Issue Dates of the AVCS and ECDIS Base CDs is Week 11/10, 18 March 2010. denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.15
  16. I ADMIRALTY RASTER CHART SERIES – LATEST ISSUE DATES OF REGIONAL DISCS RC Last issue date Reissue Date RC1 16th July 2009 RC2 30th July 2009 RC3 4th March 2010 RC4 19th February 2009 RC5 1st April 2010 RC6 19th March 2009 20th May 2010 RC7 19th November 2009 RC8 5th March 2009 RC9 24th April 2008 6th May 2010 RC10 3rd December 2009 RC11 8th May 2008 denotes chart available in the ARCS series. Wk16/10 1.16
  17. II GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX (1) Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 – 2.6 (2) British Isles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 – 2.7 (3) North Russia, Norway, The Færoe Islands and Iceland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4) – 2.9 Baltic Sea and Approaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 (5) North Sea and North and West Coasts of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium . . . . . . . . . 2.9 – 2.11 (6) France and Spain, North and West Coasts, and Portugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12 – 2.13 (7) North Atlantic Ocean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.13 (8) Mediterranean and Black Seas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 – 2.17 (9) Africa, West Coast and South Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 – 2.18 (10) Africa, South and East Coasts, and Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 (11) Red Sea, Arabia, Iraq and Iran. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (12) Indian Ocean, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Burma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 (13) Malacca Strait, Singapore Strait and Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 (14) China Sea with its West Shore and China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 – 2.22 (15) Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22 – 2.29 (16) Korea and the Pacific Coasts of Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.29 (17) Philippine Islands, Borneo and Indonesia except Sumatera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.30 – 2.31 (18) Australia and Papua New Guinea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31 (19) New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (20) Pacific Ocean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31 (21) Aleutian Islands, Alaska and West Coast of North America including Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.31 (22) West Coasts of Central and South America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (23) Antarctica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (24) East Coast of South America and The Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32 (25) Caribbean Sea, West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.32 – 2.34 (26) East Coast of North America and Greenland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.34 – 2.37 (27) T & P Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.38 – 2.41 2.1 Wk16/10
  18. II INDEX OF NOTICES AND CHART FOLIOS Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio Notice No. Page Admiralty Chart Folio 1814 2.22 55 1871(T)/10 2.38 8 1815 2.23 53 1872(P)/10 2.38 40 1816 2.23 53 1873 2.15 31 1817 2.24 53 1874 2.31 90 1818 2.24 53 1875 2.8 10 1819 2.25 53 1876 2.9 9 1820 2.25 53 1877 2.8 9, 12 1821 2.26 53 1878 2.8 11 1822 2.26 53 1879 2.10 9 1823 2.26 53 1880 2.9 11 1824 2.26 53 1881 2.33 83 1825 2.27 53 1882 2.33 83 1826 2.27 53 1883 2.33 83 1827 2.28 53 1884 2.16 27 1828 2.28 53 1885 2.16 24 1829 2.29 53 1886 2.17 34 1830 2.29 53 1887 2.18 34 1831(T)/10 2.39 53 1888 2.12 18 1832(T)/10 2.39 53 1889 2.16 25 1833(T)/10 2.39 53 1890 2.20 52 1834(T)/10 2.40 53 1891 2.16 25 1835(T)/10 2.40 54 1892 2.36 83 1836(T)/10 2.40 53 1893 2.36 81 1837(T)/10 2.40 53 1894 2.31 74 1838 2.7 11 1895 2.32 95 1839 2.30 58, 60 1896 2.9 11 1840 2.14 28, 29 1897 2.9 10 1841 2.14 25 1898* 2.6 3 1842 2.34 81 1899 2.34 88 1843 2.34 81 1900* 2.7 1 1844 2.12 18 1901 2.21 50 1845 2.14 27 1902 2.21 50 1846 2.30 46, 48 1903 2.13 17 1847 2.31 67 1904 2.13 17 1848(P)/10 2.38 47 1905 2.22 47 1849(P)/10 2.41 89 1906 2.29 56 1850 2.34 81 1907 2.36 81 1851 2.13 20 1908 2.36 81 1852 2.35 81 1909 2.37 81 1853 2.35 81 1910 2.37 81 1854 2.32 83 1911 2.37 81 1855 2.35 81 1912 2.17 27 1856* 2.6 1 1913 2.17 24 1857 2.32 86 1914 2.18 20 1858 2.32 87 1915 2.22 50 1859 2.12 16 1916 2.37 81 1860 2.32 87 1917 2.31 60 1861* 2.6 1 1918 2.19 45, 46, 47 1862 2.15 31 1919 2.10 9 1863 2.15 31 1920 2.11 7, 9 1864 2.15 30 1921 2.11 7, 9 1865 2.33 83 1922* 2.7 4 1866 2.35 83 1923 2.18 34 1867 2.19 42 1924 2.11 9 1868 2.19 50 1925 2.5–2.6 18, 48 1869 2.36 81 1870(P)/10 2.38 9 Wk16/10 2.2
  19. II INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED Admiralty Chart No. Notices Notices Admiralty Chart No. Admiralty Chart No. Notices 27 1872P 2104 1864 28 1856 2109 1925 57 1878 2111 1925 67 1848P 2134 1925 83 1925 2170 1841 87 1925 2193 1858 91 1925 2216 1862 93 1925 2223 1875 112 1876 2232 1873 120 1919 2242 1862, 1863 122 1920 2264 1896 128 1919 2268 1861 147 1900 2301 1878 154 1900 2302 1878 186 1912 2361 1875 204 1845 2395 1880 246 1864 2403 1918 269 1884 2449 1921 342 1905 2482 1871T 366 1851 2488 1916 420 1924 2563 1855 442 1900 2565 1900 486 1857 2605 1869 517 1860 2632 1864 549 1895 2712 1884 632 1923 2731 1843 676 1837T 2761 1891 705 1867 2790 1922 777 1900 2791 1839 854 1901 2803 1908 862 1914 2809 1909 870 1877 2823 1903 882 1906 2849 1874 942B 1839 2865 1850 947 1925 2866 1892 1086 1840 2869 1918 1088 1838 2876 1917 1162 1885 2890 1893 1194 1889 2959 1814 1254 1890 2985 1904 1255 1890 2986 1903 1260 1890 2989 1903, 1904 1267 1900 3096 1853 1276 1899 3142 1897 1308 1894 3150 1881 1312 1918 3220 1925 1322 1886 3221 1925 1349 1859 3222 1925 1402 1877 3224 1925 1440 1912 3227 1925 1483 1845 3228 1925 1504 1920 3242 1839 1630 1920, 1921 3243 1839 1631 1920 3257 1925 1636 1840 3258 1844, 1925 1712 1913 3259 1925 1722 1915 3268 1870P 1723 1915 3286 1887 1752 1898 3287 1887 1760 1901, 1902 3328 1886 1761 1868 3384 1883 1762 1888 3456 1842 1764 1888 3457 1911 1767 1902 3619 1879 1835 1871T 3633 1925 1872 1921 3686 1852 1874 1919, 1921 3688 1907, 1910 1961 1849P 3691 1850 2078 1923 3699 1866 2.3 Wk16/10
  20. II INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED Admiralty Chart No. Notices Notices International Admiralty Chart No. Notices Chart No. 3706 1917 INT 1701 1900 3720 1846 INT 1719 1900 3721 1846 INT 1759 1859 3831 1918 INT 1812 1925 3848 1854 INT 1840 1903 3850 1882 INT 1841 1903, 1904 3853 1865 INT 1842 1904 3854 1882 INT 1870 1925 3966 1848P INT 1871 1844, 1925 3967 1848P INT 1872 1925 3985 1848P INT 1875 1925 4141 1923 INT 1876 1925 4216 1860 INT 1877 1925 INT 1880 1925 Australian INT 1883 1925 Notices INT 2650 1923 Chart No. INT 2660 1923 Aus 680 1847 INT 2812 1886 INT 3165 1889 INT 3198 1841 Japanese INT 3660 1864 Notices Chart No. INT 3661 1864 JP 66 1833T JP 67 1832T JP 70 1824, 1825, 1826, 1829, 1830 JP 80 1819, 1820, 1823, 1824 JP 87 1816, 1819 JP 89 1821, 1822, 1823 JP 90 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1832T JP 95 1829 JP 1049 1831T JP 1051 1825, 1826, 1829, 1830 JP 1052 1825, 1826, 1828, 1829 JP 1053 1826, 1829, 1830 JP 1055A 1834T JP 1057B 1827, 1828 JP 1057A 1828 JP 1061 1832T JP 1062 1815, 1816, 1817 JP 1064 1826 JP 1065 1832T JP 1081 1815, 1817 JP 1083 1815 JP 1085 1816, 1817 JP 1098 1814 JP 1101 1835T JP 1227 1836T International Notices Chart No. INT 216 1860 INT 1300 1877 INT 1416 1920, 1921 INT 1418 1920 INT 1451 1924 INT 1452 1879 INT 1455 1870P INT 1472 1920 INT 1474 1919, 1921 INT 1478 1919 INT 1479 1919 INT 1510 1920 INT 1573 1871T INT 1664 1898 INT 1700 1900 Wk16/10 2.4
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