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Admiralty Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners Updates to Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical PublicationsCorrect to 31 December 2017 (Week 5217)Contents: Part 1: Current Editions of Admiralty Sailing DirectionsPart 2: Sailing Directions Updates in ForcePart 3: Current Editions of Admiralty Miscellaneous Nautical PublicationsPart 4: Miscellaneous Nautical Publications Updates in ForceNP247(2)Publication DetailsNumber NP247(2) Title Annual Summary of Admiralty Notices to Mariners 2018 Part 2 Sub Title Amendments to Sailing DirectionsType Notices to Mariners SubType Edition No Pub Year 2019 NP247(2) ADMIRALTY ANNUAL SUMMARY OF NOTICES TO MARINERS -UPDATES TO SAILING DIRECTIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS CORRECT TO 31 DECEMBER 2018 (Week 52/18) CONTENTS PART CURRENT EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS PART SAILING DIRECTIONS UPDATES IN FORCE PART CURRENT EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS PART MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS UPDATES IN FORCE ii INTRODUCTION NP247(2), ADMIRALTY of Notices to Mariners Updates to Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical Publications, contains the text of all updates to current editions of ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical Publications which have been published in Sections IV and VII of ADMIRALTY of Notices to Mariners, and which remain in force on 31 December 2018 (Week 52/18) HOW TO USE THIS PUBLICATION Current editions of Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical Publications Updates to ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical Publications are always applied to the most recent edition of the volume in use Details of the most recent edition of any particular volume can be established by consulting: NP131 ADMIRALTY Chart Catalogue, published annually in December Part and Part of this publication, published annually in January NP234 Cumulative List of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners, published monthly in January and July New editions of ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions and Miscellaneous Nautical Publications are announced in Section I of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners A complete listing of current editions is updated and published quarterly in Part IB of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners It is also available on the UKHO website at admiralty.co.uk Sailing Directions in Continuous Revision Most volumes of ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions are kept up to date in a “Continuous Revision” cycle This means that once a new edition is published it will be continuously revised by its Editor for a period of approximately years using information received in the UKHO, and then republished During the life of the book, it is updated as necessary by notices published weekly at Section IV of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners These updates will normally be restricted to those critical to the safety of navigation, and information required to be published as a result of changes to national legislation affecting shipping, and to port regulations 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 Mariners may also annotate the parent book with the relevant week number at affected paragraphs to indicate the presence of an update It is not recommended that changes be pasted into the parent book Promulgation of Section IV and VII Notices to Mariners Section IV and VII Notices to Mariners are published weekly in ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners A check list of all extant Notices, but not the text, is published quarterly at the end of Sections IV and VII respectively of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners This volume, published annually, contains the full text of all extant Section IV and VII Notices iii Action on receipt of a volume of ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions or Miscellaneous Nautical Publication (1) Check that the most recent Edition of the volume is held (2) Check that the updates at Part or Part of this volume have been applied (3) Check that all updates published at either Sections IV and VII of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners subsequent to the publication of this volume have been applied, using the most recent quarterly check list at Section IV or VII of the Weekly Edition For further information, please refer to ‘How to Keep Your ADMIRALTY Products Up to Date’, NP294 Where it is found that the most up to date information is not held, the most recent editions of all ADMIRALTY publications can be obtained from ADMIRALTY Distributors, and back copies of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners can also be downloaded from the UKHO website iv UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS PART CURRENT EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS (Corrected to Week 52/18) NP No Title Africa Pilot Vol 18th (2017) 47/17 Africa Pilot Vol 18th (2017) 39/17 Africa Pilot Vol 17th (2016) 16/16 South East Alaska Pilot 8th South America Pilot Vol 19th (2017) 22/17 South America Pilot Vol 18th (2011) 50/11 South America Pilot Vol 13th (2018) 49/18 South America Pilot Vol 8th 51/18 Pacific Coasts of Central America and USA Pilot 14th Antarctic Pilot 8th (2014) 10 Arctic Pilot Vol 9th 11 Arctic Pilot Vol 12th (2018) 19/18 12 Arctic Pilot Vol 10th (2018) 19/18 13 Australia Pilot Vol 5th 14 Australia Pilot Vol 13th (2016) 28/16 15 Australia Pilot Vol 14th (2018) 24/18 18 Baltic Pilot Vol 18th (2018) 43/18 Baltic Pilot Vol 17th (2018) 06/18 20 Baltic Pilot Vol 13th (2016) 26/16 21 Bay of Bengal Pilot 12th (2013) 05/14 22 Bay of Biscay Pilot 13th 43/16 23 Bering Sea and Strait Pilot 8th (2013) Black Sea and Sea of Azov Pilot 5th 25 26 7A 19 24 Edition (2015) (2018) (2016) (2016) (2017) (2016) (2017) Published / correct from Weekly Edition Number 16/15 46/16 38/14 07/16 17/17 07/14 07/17 British Columbia Pilot Vol 16th (2017) 04/17 British Columbia Pilot Vol 11th (2017) 11/17 27 Channel Pilot 12th (2018) 45/18 28 Dover Strait Pilot 12th (2017) 34/17 29/18 30 China Sea Pilot Vol 11th (2018) 31 China Sea Pilot Vol 13th (2018) 07/18 32A China Sea Pilot Vol 1st (2018) 01/18 32B China Sea Pilot Vol 1st (2018) 01/18 33 Philippine Islands Pilot 6th (2017) 49/17 34 Indonesia Pilot Vol 8th (2017) 12/17 35 Indonesia Pilot Vol 7th (2017) 43/17 Indonesia Pilot Vol 9th 20/17 37 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot 20th (2017) 26/17 38 West Coast of India Pilot 18th (2016) 39/16 39 South Indian Ocean Pilot 15th (2017) 14/17 40 Irish Coast Pilot 20th (2016) 36/16 36 (2017) NP No Title 41 Japan Pilot Vol 12th (2018) 42A Japan Pilot Vol 6th 42B Japan Pilot Vol 11th (2016) 42C Japan Pilot Vol 5th (2015) 18/15 43 S and E Coasts of Korea, E Coast of Siberia and Sea of Okhotsk Pilot 11th (2018) 02/18 44 Malacca Strait and W Coast Sumatera Pilot 13th (2017) 42/17 45 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 16th (2018) 14/18 46 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 16th (2018) 41/18 47 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 16th (2017) 32/17 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 17th (2017) 30/17 49 Mediterranean Pilot Vol 14th (2018) 23/18 50 Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot 14th (2016) 34/16 51 New Zealand Pilot 19th (2015) 51/15 52 North Coast of Scotland Pilot 10th (2018) 32/18 54 North Sea (West) Pilot 11th (2018) 18/18 55 North Sea (East) Pilot 11th (2018) 37/18 Norway Pilot Vol 17th (2018) 39/18 57A Norway Pilot Vol 2A 12th (2016) 50/16 57B Norway Pilot Vol 2B 10th (2017) 45/17 58A Norway Pilot Vol 3A 8th (2015) 20/15 58B Norway Pilot Vol 3B 8th (2018) 40/18 Nova Scotia and Bay of Fundy Pilot 15th (2013) 04/14 60 Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 13th (2018) 04/18 61 Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 13th (2017) 10/17 62 Pacific Islands Pilot Vol 14th (2016) 51/16 63 Persian Gulf Pilot 18th (2018) 27/18 Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Pilot 19th (2018) 30/18 65 St Lawrence Pilot 18th (2016) 03/16 66A SW Coast of Scotland Pilot 1st (2014) 66B NW Coast of Scotland Pilot 1st 67 W Coasts of Spain and Portugal Pilot 13th (2018) 09/18 68 E Coast of USA Pilot Vol 16th (2018) 16/18 69 E Coast of USA Pilot Vol 14th (2017) 38/17 E Coasts of Central America and Gulf of Mexico Pilot 7th (2015) 22/15 70 West Indies Pilot Vol 7th (2018) 71 West Indies Pilot Vol 18th (2017) 18/17 72 S Barents Sea and Beloye More Pilot 3rd (2014) 38/14 48 56 59 64 69A Edition (2017) (2014) Published / correct from Weekly Edition Number 08/18 36/17 10/16 13/15 13/15 46/18 Index UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS PART INDEX OF UPDATES IN FORCE ON 31st December 2018 (Week 52/18) NP 7A 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32A 32B 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42A 42B 42C 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Pilot Page Africa Pilot Volume Africa Pilot Volume Africa Pilot Volume South East Alaska Pilot 12 South America Pilot Volume 13 South America Pilot Volume 22 South America Pilot Volume 25 South America Pilot Volume 28 Pacific Coasts of Central America and United States Pilot 30 Antarctic Pilot 38 Arctic Pilot Volume 42 Arctic Pilot Volume 46 Arctic Pilot Volume 46 Australia Pilot Volume 47 Australia Pilot Volume 50 Australia Pilot Volume 57 Baltic Pilot Volume 58 Baltic Pilot Volume 58 Baltic Pilot Volume 64 Bay of Bengal Pilot 79 Bay of Biscay Pilot 93 Bering Sea and Strait Pilot 95 Black Sea and Sea of Azov Pilot 97 British Columbia Pilot Volume 104 British Columbia Pilot Volume 106 Channel Pilot 107 Dover Strait Pilot 108 China Sea Pilot Volume 111 China Sea Pilot Volume 116 China Sea Pilot Volume 118 China Sea Pilot Volume 130 Philippine Islands Pilot 140 Indonesia Pilot Volume 144 Indonesia Pilot Volume 152 Indonesia Pilot Volume 152 West Coasts of England and Wales Pilot 157 West Coast of India Pilot 160 South Indian Ocean Pilot 169 Irish Coast Pilot 171 Japan Pilot Volume 175 Japan Pilot Volume 176 Japan Pilot Volume 178 Japan Pilot Volume 181 South and East Coasts of Korea, East Coast of Siberia and Sea of Okhotsk Pilot 182 Malacca Strait and West Coast of Sumatera Pilot 187 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 191 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 194 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 196 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 201 Mediterranean Pilot Volume 204 Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot 205 New Zealand Pilot 207 Index NP Pilot 52 54 55 56 57A 57B 58A 58B 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66A 66B 67 68 69 69A 70 71 72 North Coast of Scotland Pilot North Sea (West) Pilot North Sea (East) Pilot Norway Pilot Volume Norway Pilot Volume 2A Norway Pilot Volume 2B Norway Pilot Volume 3A Norway Pilot Volume 3B Nova Scotia and Bay of Fundy Pilot Pacific Islands Pilot Volume Pacific Islands Pilot Volume Pacific Islands Pilot Volume Persian Gulf Pilot Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Pilot St Lawrence Pilot South west coast of Scotland Pilot North west coast of Scotland Pilot West Coasts of Spain and Portugal Pilot East Coast of the United States Pilot Volume East Coast of the United States Pilot Volume East coasts of Central America and Gulf of Mexico Pilot West Indies Pilot Volume West Indies Pilot Volume Southern Barents Sea and Beloye More Pilot Page 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 215 215 217 218 218 221 222 230 230 231 233 235 238 242 242 247 252 255 255 256 257 263 264 267 Index NP1 NP1 Africa Pilot Volume (2017 Edition) Arquipélago de Cabo Verde Ilha de São Vicente Porto Grande — Depths 132 Africa Pilot Volume — Closure Date Paragraph 4.72 Replace by: v Preface page last line For August 2017 4th September 2017 Read UKHO 24th [NP1/No.1/Wk 47/17] Spain Islas Canarias Isla de la Gomera — Wreck 114 Paragraph 3.151 line Replace by: .in depths of m to 11 m, sand A dangerous wreck (280463N 171956W) lies about 3½ cables ESE of Puerto Vueltas outer molehead Spanish Notice 38/317/18 Portuguese Chart 66402 [NP1 No 28 Wk 42/18] 133 Paragraph 4.83 137 Paragraph 4.103 Cabo Verde Ilha Sal — Directions; shoal line Replace by: [NP1 No 21 Wk 34/18] Paragraph 4.138 [NP1 No 11 Wk 18/18] lines Replace by: Anchorage is prohibited in the bay and approaches due to the presence of submarine cables [NP1 No 12 Wk 18/18] Morocco West coast Larache — Pilotage 147 line Replace by: .Pedro bay in a depth of 10 to 15 m, remaining clear of submarine cables The holding ground is BA Chart 367 Portuguese ENC PT56602A 130 Anchorage, is prohibited in most of the bay due to the presence of submarine cables The local maritime or port authority should be contacted for more information See also 4.2a 141 Arquipélago de Cabo Verde Ilha de São Vicente Baía de San Pedro — Anchorage Paragraph 4.59 lines Replace by: Arquipélago de Cabo Verde Ilha Brava -Porto de Furna — Anchorages .225425W) (4.17), noting an isolated shoal (163443N 225286W), with a depth of 131 m, lying 1¼ miles SSE of Ponta Leme Velho, thence: BA Chart 367 Portuguese ENC PT56602C 122 Paragraph 4.10 [NP1 No 10 Wk 18/18] Arquipélago de Cabo Verde Ilha de Santiago -Baía Tarrafal — Anchorage Regulations 4.2a Anchorages in many areas of the Arquipélago de Cabo Verde require contact with the local maritime or port authority prior to use [NP1 No Wk 18/18] lines Replace by: Portuguese ENC PT56601A line 10 Insert: Portuguese Chart 66401 .of the berth in a depth of 13 m, rock, sand, chalk and broken shells, remaining clear of a submarine cable area 121 [NP1 No 13 Wk 18/18] Arquipélago de Cabo Verde -Ilha de Santo Antão Porto Novo — Anchorage Arquipélago de Cabo Verde — Regulations; anchorage After Paragraph 4.2 Berth No 1, on the seaward side of Molhe No (Ponta Cais), is exposed to sea and swell and vessels are berthed there if weather permits Berth Nos and are 315 m in length, depths alongside 103 to 107 m Berth Nos and are 235 m in length, least depths alongside 86 to 116 m Containers are stored N of Berth Nos (100 m in length, depth alongside 84 m) and (122 m in length, depth alongside 65 m) Berth No is 60 m in length, depth alongside 49 m Berth No is 107 m in length, depth alongside 32 m Passenger vessels and ferries are usually berthed at Cais de Cabotagem Berths A, B and C Paragraph 5.20 4 lines Replace by: Pilotage is not available On request, assistance can be provided French 32/C4 2015/2018 [NP1 No Wk 18/18] [NP1 No 24 Wk 36/18] Index NP1 Morocco Mohammadia — Directions; oil terminal 152 After Paragraph 5.68 line Insert: Oil Terminal 5.68a From the outer pilot boarding point (5.63) or the tanker anchorage, the access channel leads SE for about 1¼ miles passing: NW of a wreck (334545N 72290W) with a depth of 17 m, thence: NW of the entry prohibited area (5.64), and: Clear of an obstruction (334538N 72219W), reported (2006), with a depth of 12 m, thence: Clear of a wreck (334502N 72208W) with a depth of 160 m The track then leads SW towards the oil terminal passing: SE of two wrecks (334477N 72226W and 334480N 72225W), with depths of 16 and 17 m, thence: NW of M2 Light Buoy (334430N 72200W) (special), and: SE of the entry prohibited area (5.64), thence: NW of M3 Light Buoy (334401N 72229W) (special), thence: Between the head of the breakwater and M4 Light Buoy (334365N 72261W) (special) French Notice 31/P 03/18 French Notice 31/P 03/18 154 Paragraph 5.80 line For CA1 Light Buoy Read CA Light Buoy (safe water) Paragraph 5.88 lines For CA1 Light Buoy Read CA Light Buoy (safe water) [NP1 No 22 Wk 36/18] French Notice 29/C4 2015/18 including heading Replace by: Inner port 5.69 Leading lights: Front light (black and white chequered post, m in height) (334368N 72057W) Rear light (white rectangular hut on house, m in height) (1¼ cables from front light) The alignment (130) of these lights leads through the approach channel towards the inner port anchorage and the inner pilot boarding point (5.63) It was reported (1988) that the marks were not conspicuous by day The track passes: SW of Mohammadia Approach Light Buoy M1 (safe water) (334637N 72303W), thence: SW of a wreck (334545N 72290W) with a depth of 170 m, thence: NE of ODAS Light Buoy MD (334490N 72320W), marking the centre of an entry prohibited area (5.64), thence: SE of a wreck (334502N 72208W) with a depth of 160 m, thence: NE of two wrecks (334480N 72225W), with depths of 160 and 170 m, and across the tanker channel, thence: NE of M2 Light Buoy (special) (334430N 72200W) [NP1 No 18 Wk 34/18] Morocco Casablanca — Outer anchorages; wrecks 152 153 [NP1 No 23 Wk 36/18] Morocco Casablanca — Directions; buoyage Morocco Mohammadia — Directions; inner port Paragraph 5.69 Thence, from the SE limit of the inner port anchorage or the inner pilot boarding point, the inner port channel leads cables SW, passing: SE of the restricted area surrounding the pipelines (5.64) Leading lights: Front light (white post, black bands, 13 m in height) (334281N 72396W) Rear light (similar structure) (110 m from front light) The alignment (265) of these lights leads W into the harbour basin, passing: S of the head of Jetée Nord (334289N 72351W), from which a light (white tower, green bands, m in height) is exhibited, thence: N of the head of Jetée Sud (334280N 72359W), from which a light (white tower, red bands, m in height) is exhibited Useful marks: Water tower (334153N 72328W) Minaret (334209N 72212W) 154 After Paragraph 5.88 line Insert: Caution Two wrecks (334114N 73807W and 333948N 73520W) lie within the W anchorage A third wreck (334043N 73215W), position approximate, lies within the E anchorage French Chart 7701 [NP1 No 16 Wk 33/18] Morocco Casablanca — Pilotage 154 155 Paragraph 5.89 1 Replace by: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 50 gt and is available day and night (under special arrangement between 0000 and 0600) Pilotage is optional for naval vessels, but is recommended if they are unfamiliar with the port The compulsory pilotage area is bounded to the E by the meridian of 73200W, to the N by the parallel of 334000N and to the W by the meridian of the root of Jetée Moulay Youssef Pilots board in the vicinity of CA Light Buoy (333789N 73460W) For further information, see ADMIRALTY List of Radio Signals Volume 6(3) French Notice 29/C4 2015/18 [NP1 No 19 Wk 34/18] Index NP72 Murmanskiy Bereg – Port Murmansk — Arrival information; prohibited anchorage 86 After Paragraph 2.160 115 Paragraph 4.64 Insert: Russian Notice 8/912/15 [NP72/No.3/Wk.10/15] lines and [NP72/No.8/Wk.07/17] 122 After Paragraph 4.129 line Insert: NW of a wreck (20 miles NE) (664364N 411518E) with a safe clearance of 20 m, thence: lines Replace by: Russian Notice 47/6070/2017 The alignment (1958) of these lights lead SSW through the fishing port, passing (with positions relative to Mys Lagernyy (685631N 330049E): Russian notice 51/7180/15 line Delete Barents Sea Beloye More Gorlo -Ostrov Danilov — Directions; wreck 87 Russian Notice 03/164/17 Port Murmansk Tri Ruch’ya Mys Lagernyy — Leading lights Paragraph 2.171 lines Replace by: Gorodetskiy Light — as above Paragraph 4.69 Regulated Area No 25 (see Appendix I), the limits of which are shown on the chart and in which anchoring is prohibited, is situated N and W of Mys Pinagoriy (2.124) [NP72 No 21 Wk 50/17] Arkhangel’sk to Mys Gorbolukskiy — Anchorages and harbours; useful mark [NP72/No.4/Wk.03/16] 140 Motovskiy Zaliv – Guba Kislukha — Useful mark Paragraph 5.83 91 Paragraph 2.202 lines Delete Russian Notice 47/6297/16 lines Delete Russian Notice 36/5012/15 Beloye More – Arkhangel’sk to Mys Gorbolukskiy – Unskaya Guba — Unskiy Severnyy Leading lights [NP72/No.5/Wk.39/15] 140 Motovskiy Zaliv – Guba Titovka — Beacon 91 Paragraph 2.203 [NP72/No.9/Wk.49/16] lines Delete Paragraph 5.84 line For Read four Paragraph 5.84 line Replace by: .Lights Unskiy Russian Notice 36/5011/15 [NP72/No.6/Wk.39/15] Russian Notice 12/1308/17 Motovskiy Zaliv – Guba Titovka — Useful mark Proliv Vostochnaya Solovetskaya Salma — Directions; light 91 Paragraph 2.203 143 lines Delete Paragraph 5.106 Russian Notice 36/5012/15 [NP72/No.7/Wk.39/15] 148 line Replace by: Paragraph 5.129 .in places 2 lines Replace by: .Ostrov Osinka (643113N 351400E), a rocky, peat covered island 112 Paragraph 4.42 [NP72/No.11/Wk.49/16] Proliv Zapadnaya Solovetskaya Salma — Ports and anchorages; light; beacons 108 lines Delete Russian Notice 47/6296/16 Barents Sea Beloye More Northern Part — Konushinskiy light Paragraph 4.12 [NP72/No.10/Wk.16/17] Paragraph 5.130 lines Replace by: Morzhovskiy Lighthouse (664344N 422834E) (4.80) lines 11 Delete Russian Notice 47/6297 & 6298/16 [NP72/No.12/Wk.49/16] 268 Index NP72 Proliv Zapadnaya Solovetskaya Salma – Port Belomorsk — Leading lights Kandalakshskiy Zaliv – Guba Pon’goma — Directions; leading lights; beacon 148 160 Paragraph 5.129 and including existing Section IV Notice Week 49/16 lines Delete Paragraph 5.129 lines Replace by: Delete Paragraph 5.213 line Replace by: Paragraph 5.213 lines Replace by: .Luda BA Chart 2274; Russian Notice 47/6297 & 6299/16 [NP72/No.18/Wk.49/16] line Replace by: Berths There are eleven berths within the harbour Russian Notice 12/1309/17 .(652112N 342543E) From the outer anchorage, the track leads initially W, then through a channel marked by buoys (lateral) on a heading of 2355 Reka Shizhnya (643068N 344851E), which has a dam across its mouth, Paragraph 5.129 Paragraph 5.213 Kandalakshskiy Zaliv – Guba Kovda — Directions; leading lights [NP72/No.13/Wk.16/17] 163 Beloye More, Inner Basin – Onezhskiy Zaliv – Approaches to Port Onega — Topography; beacon Paragraph 5.229 149 Paragraph 5.132 lines Replace by: .wooded easily distinguished cliffy point Russian Notice 13/1722/15 [NP72/No.14/Wk.16/15] Approaches to Port Onega — Directions; beacon; light 150 Paragraph 5.142 lines Delete Paragraph 5.142 line Delete Replace by: Description Guba Kovda is entered between Mys Tolstik (664355N 325690E) and a point miles SE The inlet is encumbered with islands, rocks and shoals and most of the inner part is occupied by Ostrov Oleniy (664350N 325000E) On the N side of Ostrov Oleniy stands the village of Lesozavodskiy where there is a timber mill and a wharf 110 m in length, depth alongside 55 m Guba Kovda is not designated as a port open to foreign vessels Entry into Guba Kovda is between Ostrov Priglubnyy Baklysh, from where a light (5.226) is exhibited, and Ostrov Mikkov (664224N 325987E), mile SSE, through Bol’shoy Vneshniy Kovdinskiy Reyd, the outer roadstead between the N shore of the gulf and a chain of islands extending from Ostrov Mikkov to Ostrov Ovechiy, 2½ miles W Russian Notice 47/6300/16 Russian Notice 47/6296 & 6297/16 [NP72/No.15/Wk.49/16] [NP72/No.19/Wk.49/16] Beloye More – Approaches to Port Onega — Directions; buoyage Beloye More Kandalakshskaya Guba -Port Vitino approaches — Directions; leading lights 151 168 Paragraph 5.144 10 lines Replace by: Paragraph 5.275 lines Delete .ripples form in calm weather, thence: Russian Notice 41/5802/14 Russian Notice 31/4084/18 [NP72/No.16/Wk.44/14] [NP72 No 22 Wk 35/18] Beloye More, Inner Basin – Onezhskiy Zaliv – Approaches to Port Onega — Directions; useful mark Pechorskaya Guba to Proliv Yugorskiy Shar – Oil and gas offshore fields – Prirazlomnaya platform — Safety zone 151 183 Paragraph 5.145 Paragraph 6.96 Delete Russian Notice 13/1722/15 line For miles Read 570 m Russian Notice 43/6029/14 [NP72/No.17/Wk.16/15] 269 [NP72/No.20/Wk.46/14] UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS PART CURRENT EDITIONS OF ADMIRALTY MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS NP No Title Edition 100 The Mariner’s Handbook 11th (2016) 50/16 136 136 350(1) ‡ Ocean Passages for the World Volume Ocean Passages for the World Volume ADMIRALTY Distance Tables Atlantic Ocean 1st (2018) 1st (2018) 2nd (2011) 10/18 50/18 07/12 350(2) ‡ ADMIRALTY Distance Tables Indian Ocean 3rd (2008) 15/08 350(3) ‡ ADMIRALTY Distance Tables – Pacific Ocean 2nd (2009) 39/09 735 IALA Maritime Buoyage System 8th (2018) 42/18 5011 Symbols and Abbreviations used on ADMIRALTY Paper Charts 7th (2018) 35/18 5012 ADMIRALTY Guide to ENC Symbols used in ECDIS 2nd (2015) 34/15 133A Paper Chart Maintenance Record 4th 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Stream Atlas France, West Coast, 2005 2nd 337 ADMIRALTY Tidal Stream Atlas The Solent and Adjacent Waters, 1993 4th 214 ADMIRALTY Tidal Stream Atlas Persian Gulf, 1999 2nd 215 ADMIRALTY Tidal Stream Atlas South East Asia, 1979 1st 303(1) Rapid Sight Reduction Tables Vol I Selected Stars Epoch 2020.0 13/17 303(2) Rapid Sight Reduction Tables Vol II Lat 0 40 Dec 0 29 24/18 303(3) Rapid Sight Reduction Tables Vol III Lat 39 89, Dec 0 29 2010 314 The Nautical Almanac 2019 11/18 321 The Star Almanac for Land Surveyors 2019 22/18 323 Star Finder and Identifier GP100 The Astronomical Almanac 2017 23/16 GP200 Astronomical Phenomena 2017 23/16 DP330 NavPac and Compact Data 2016 2020 14/15 Volumes on an extended cycle of Continuous Revision of or more years UPDATES TO ADMIRALTY MISCELLANEOUS NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS PART INDEX OF UPDATES IN FORCE ON 31 DECEMBER 2018 (Week 52/18) NP Publication Page 100 The Mariner’s Handbook 136 Ocean Passages for the World 4 NP100 NP100 The Mariner’s Handbook (2016 Edition) Submarine Pipelines and Cables 192 Paragraph 9.45 Replace by: Caution The threats posed to mariners by fouling submarine cables are principally to vessel stability or by electrocution Particular care should be exercised should a vessel’s trawl/fishing gear foul a cable and raise it from the sea floor This may lead to a capsize situation due to the excessive load Before any attempt to slip or cut gear from the cable is made, the cable should first be lowered to the seabed In all cases care should be taken to avoid damaging the cable It is obligatory that gear should be sacrificed rather than risk such damage Modern long-distance telephone cables are fitted with submarine repeaters at frequent intervals to improve clarity; the repeaters contain components designed to function unattended for 25 years at depths of miles or more Damage to telecommunication cables can lead to extensive disruption of international communications, while damage to power cables will interrupt electricity supplies, and could endanger life Where cables are known to be power transmission cables, charts are noted accordingly Submarine cables without such a note, however, must not be assumed to be of low voltage; many countries not distinguish between cables of different voltages Also, high voltages are fed into certain submarine cables other than power transmission cables Submarine cables should NEVER be cut As all power cables and most telecommunications cables carry dangerous voltages, cutting them is likely to endanger life or cause serious injury Furthermore, no claim in respect of injury or damage sustained through such interference with a submarine cable is likely to be entertained Information The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) has provided guidance regarding submarine cables It is replicated below IHO Resolution 4/1967 as Certain submarine cables are used for telecommunications functions while others are amended by IHO Assembly used for power transmission All power cables and most telecommunications cables carry Decision 13 2017 dangerous high voltages Damaging or severing a submarine cable, whether a telecommunications cable or a power cable, may, in some circumstances be considered as a national disaster and very severe criminal penalties may apply Electrocution, with injury or loss of life, could occur if any cables carrying high voltage are broached Depending on whether the cable is primarily for power or telecommunications, damage may result in power cuts, loss of voice, data transfer or internet connectivity In these circumstances cables are considered to be critical infrastructure In view of the serious consequences resulting from damage to submarine cables, vessel operators should take special care when anchoring, fishing, mining, dredging, or engaging in underwater operations near areas where these cables may exist or have been reported to exist In order to minimize the risk of such damage as much as possible, vessels should avoid any such activity at a minimum distance of 025 nautical mile1 on either side of submarine cables Mariners are also warned that the seafloor where cables were originally buried may have changed and cables become exposed; therefore particular caution should be taken when operating vessels in areas where submarine cables exist especially where the depth of water means that there is a limited under keel clearance Vessels fouling a submarine cable should not attempt to clear or raise the cable due to the high possibility of damaging the cable No attempt should be made to cut a cable and anchors or gear that cannot be cleared should be slipped Before any attempt to slip or cut gear from the cable is made, the cable should first be lowered to the seafloor Note that there is a risk of capsizing smaller vessels (primarily fishing vessels) if they attempt to bring a cable to the surface Following an incident of fouling a cable, a vessel should immediately notify the local responsible authority of the position, type, and amount of gear remaining on the seafloor In inland areas or along the coast, warning signs or marker beacons are often erected to warn the mariner of the existence of submarine cables Incidents involving the fouling of submarine cables should be reported at the shortest possible notice to the responsible authorities2 who should be advised as to the nature of the problem and the position of the vessel Notes: Each responsible authority can set this distance to a value that they feel is appropriate The responsible authorities can be listed here, as well as contact methods (telephone, facsimile, VHF, e mail, internet, etc.) and required information IHO Resolution 4/1967 (Submarine Cables) as amended by IHO Assembly Decision 13 2017 [16/18] NP100 Annex C Flags and Ensigns of Maritime Nations 321 Replace Denmark with block printed at the end of Section II Annex A (see page – 11) 322 Replace Falkland Islands with block printed at the end of Section II Annex A (see page – 11) 322 Replace The Faröe Islands with block printed at the end of Section II Annex A (see page – 11) UKHO [NP100 Wk 16/18] NP136 NP136 Ocean Passages for the World Volume (2018 Edition) PAGE 231, Connector Routes Connector to Connector Routes and Waypoints Delete entries and replace by: Connector to Connector Routes FROM Inubo Saki Torres Strait Tsugaru Kaikyo (Route A) Tsugaru Kaikyo (Route B) Tsugaru Kaikyo (Route C) GP 35°32´N 141°22´E 10°30´S 142°15´E 41°32´N 140°42´E 41°32´N 140°42´E 41°32´N 140°42´E TO Panama City Bass Strait Panama City Panama City Panama City GP LENGTH 08°53´N 79°31´W 38°47´S 142°16´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 08°53´N 79°31´W 08°53´N 79°31´W 7602 2635 7725 7495 7467 Waypoints ID PO12 PO14 PO33 PO34 PO35 PO36 PO37 PO76 PO98 PO154 PO158 PO171 PO190 PO191 PO192 PO193 PO197 PO201 PO202 PO203 PO204 PO205 NAME Wilsons Promontory W Flinders Island N Gabo Island Jervis Bay Sugarloaf Point Clarence Head Cape Byron Cape Otway Moreton Island E Aleutian Trench SW North Reef NE Hay Point 10 Off Panama Off Managua Punta San Telmo Lazaro Cardenas SE Gulf of Panama Hoke Seamount E Guadelupe W Rodriguez Seamount NW Taney Seamounts W Steel Vendor Seamount S GP 39°14´S 146°14´E 38°43´S 148°16´E 37°39´S 150°07´E 34°57´S 151°36´E 32°34´S 152°44´E 29°33´S 153°41´E 28°29´S 153°51´E 38°57´S 143°35´E 27°01´S 153°59´E 47°57´N 179°59´E 23°01´S 152°08´E 20°51´S 149°49´E 06°57´N 81°58´W 10°28´N 88°57´W 18°02´N 104°03´W 16°41´N 101°19´W 07°45´N 79°25´W 31°23´N 123°15´W 28°43´N 119°28´W 34°59´N 126°16´W 37°13´N 127°46´W 39°46´N 128°51´W ID PO206 PO207 PO211 PO212 PO213 PO246 PO268 PO270 PO294 PO296 PO302 PO315 PO320 PO322 PO324 PO325 PO326 PO328 PO330 PO331 PO332 UKHO [50/18] NAME President Jackson Seamount Brown Bear Seamount NE C Falso S C San Lazaro S President Jackson Seamount S Morro Puercos Off Lucinda Fitzroy Island Cape Grenville Home Islands Prince of Wales Island E Sandy Cape Warwick Seamount N Unimak Seamount E Sanak Island S Off Poluostrov Kamchatka Near Islands N Adams Seamount W Erimo Misaki Habomai Islands SW Habomai Islands GP 43°02´N 129°16´W 46°32´N 129°05´W 21°40´N 109°26´W 23°26´N 112°00´W 41°51´N 129°10´W 06°56´N 80°13´W 18°19´S 146°30´E 16°55´S 146°02´E 11°58´S 143°18´E 11°35´S 142°58´E 10°31´S 142°24´E 24°25´S 153°27´E 48°30´N 132°43´W 53°58´N 160°01´W 54°07´N 162°37´W 50°47´N 162°08´E 54°02´N 172°56´E 49°59´N 179°48´W 41°43´N 143°17´E 42°47´N 145°37´E 43°21´N 146°38´E NP136 PAGE 235, Auckland, Brisbane, Buenaventura and Callao Port to Port Routes and Port to Connector Routes Delete entries and replace by: Port to Port Routes PORT GP LOCODE CCODE LENGTH FOR NP From To To To Auckland Brisbane Mebourne Port Botany 36°46´S 174°49´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 38°00´S 144°55´E 34°01´S 151°17´E AKL BNE MEL BTB NZ AU AU AU 1589 2067 1547 NP51 NP15 NP14 NP14 From To To To Brisbane Auckland Lyttelton Tauranga 27°17´S 153°14´E 36°46´S 174°49´E 43°35´S 172°51´E 37°34´S 176°13´E BNE AKL LYT TRG AU NZ NZ NZ 1589 1929 1673 NP15 NP51 NP51 NP51 03°48´N 77°23´W From Buenaventura BUN CO To Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) NP7 48°16´N 123°32´W VAN CA 4936 NP25 To To To Lazaro Cardenas San Jose San Pedrito Port 17°54´N 102°10´W LZC 13°54´N 90°46´W SNJ 19°02´N 104°23´W MX GT MX 1723 1012 1877 NP8 NP8 NP8 From Callao To Lazaro Cardenas To San Pedrito Port 12°02´S 77°14´W CLL 17°54´N 102°10´W LZC 19°02´N 104°23´W PE MX 2350 2491 NP7 NP8 NP8 Port to Connector Routes FROM GP Auckland Brisbane Brisbane Brisbane Brisbane Brisbane Buenaventura Callao Callao 36°46´S 174°49´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 03°48´N 77°23´W 12°02´S 77°14´W 12°02´S 77°14´W TO Panama City Mariana Islands Off Western Reef Panama City Vokeo Island West Melanesian Trench Panama City Inubo Saki Panama City GP 08°53´N 79°31´W 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 02°58´S 144°00´E 00°46´S 145°00´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 35°32´N 141°22´E 08°53´N 79°31´W UKHO [50/18] LENGTH 6653 2460 1781 7868 1775 1833 340 8302 1355 FOR Panama Canal and Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Panama Canal and Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Panama Canal and Caribbean ports South East Asia ports Panama Canal and Caribbean ports NP136 PAG E 239, G l ad sto n e, H a r bo u r o f Va n co u ve r (J u a n d e Fu c a St i t) a n d H ay Po i n t Port to Port Routes and Port to Connector Routes Delete enties and replace by: Port to Port Routes PORT GP From Gladstone To Long Beach LOCODE CCODE LENGTH 23°50´S 151°32´E GLT 33°43´N 118°11´W LGB AU US From Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W VAN CA To To To To Buenaventura Long Beach San Pedrito Port Oakland 03°48´N 77°23´W BUN 33°43´N 118°11´W LGB 19°02´N 104°23´W 37°49´N 122°30´W OAK C0 US US FOR NP NP15 NP8 6319 NP25 4934 1474 3064 1042 NP7 NP8 NP8 NP8 Port to Connector Routes FROM GP TO GP Gladstone Gladstone Gladstone Gladstone Gladstone 23°50´S 151°32´E 23°50´S 151°32´E 23°50´S 151°32´E 23°50´S 151°32´E 23°50´S 151°32´E Cabo de Hornos Caroline Islands Mariana Islands Off Western Reef Panama City Gladstone 23°50´S 151°32´E Torres Strait Gladstone 23°50´S 151°32´E West Melanesian Trench 00°46´S 145°00´E LENGTH FOR 56°07´S 66°55´W 05°00´N 146°59´E 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 6440 1956 2276 1585 7967 South Atlantic ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Caribbean ports 10°30´S 142°15´E 1326 South East Asia and Indian Ocean ports 1637 South East Asia ports Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W Inubo Saki (Route A) 35°32´N 141°22´E 4121 South East Asia ports Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W Inubo Saki (Route B) 35°32´N 141°22´E 4087 South East Asia ports Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W Tsugaru Kaikyo (Route C) 41°32´N 140°42´E 3907 South East Asia ports Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W Tsugaru Kaikyo (Route D) 41°32´N 140°42´E 3915 South East Asia ports Hay Point 21°15´S 149°19´E Mariana Islands 11°54´N 149°37´E 2145 South East Asia ports Hay Point 21°15´S 149°19´E Torres Strait 10°30´S 142°15´E 1119 Hay Point 21°15´S 149°19´E West Melanesian Trench 00°46´S 145°00´E UKHO [50/18] South East Asia and Indian Ocean ports 1458 South East Asia ports NP136 PAGE 243, La zaro Cardenas, Long Beach and Lyt telton Port to Port Routes, Port to Connector Routes and Waypoints Delete entries and replace by: Port to Port Routes PORT GP From To To To Lazaro Cardenas Buenaventura Callao Newcastle 17°54´N 102°10´W 03°48´N 77°23´W 12°02´S 77°14´W 32°59´S 151°53´E LZC BUN CLL NTL MX CO PE AU 1723 2350 6770 NP8 NP7 NP7 NP15 From To Long Beach Gladstone 33°43´N 118°11´W LGB 23°50´S 151°32´E GLT US AU 6319 NP8 NP15 To Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W VAN CA 1474 NP25 To To To Melbourne Port Botany Quintero 38°00´S 144°55´E MEL 34°01´S 151°17´E BTB 32°45´S 71°34´W QTV AU AU CL 7145 6780 5077 NP14 NP14 NP7 From To Lyttelton Brisbane 43°35´S 172°51´E LYT 27°17´S 153°14´E BNE NZ AU 1929 NP51 NP15 LOCODE CCODE LENGTH FOR NP Port to Connector Routes FROM Lazaro Cardenas Lazaro Cardenas Lazaro Cardenas Long Beach Long Beach Long Beach GP 17°54´N 102°10´W 17°54´N 102°10´W 17°54´N 102°10´W 33°43´N 118°11´W 33°43´N 118°11´W 33°43´N 118°11´W TO Inubo Saki Panama City Tsugaru Kaikyo Inubo Saki Panama City Tsugaru Kaikyo GP 35°32´N 141°22´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 41°32´N 140°42´E 35°32´N 141°22´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 41°32´N 140°42´E LENGTH 6013 1635 5879 4781 3130 4640 FOR South East Asia ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports Waypoints ID PO12 PO21 PO25 PO28 PO30 PO77 PO81 PO85 PO97 PO145 PO149 PO152 PO154 PO159 PO190 PO191 PO192 PO195 PO197 PO202 NAME Wilsons Promontory W North Island N Gabo Island SE Standard Seamount SE Challenger Plateau NW Three Kings Island Lord Howe Rise Taupo Seamount SW Moreton Island N Cape Farewell Off Wellington Kaikoura NE Aleutian Trench SW Swain Reefs S Off Panama Off Managua Punta San Telmo Off Acapulco Gulf of Panama Guadelupe W GP 39°14´S 146°14´E 34°19´S 173°05´E 38°07´S 152°36´E 36°53´S 159°05´E 36°02´S 163°44´E 34°17´S 171°32´E 34°11´S 163°40´E 34°03´S 154°13´E 26°50´S 153°30´E 40°06´S 173°04´E 41°19´S 174°30´E 42°15´S 174°02´E 47°57´N 179°59´E 22°47´S 152°53´E 06°57´N 81°58´W 10°28´N 88°57´W 18°02´N 104°03´W 16°39´N 100°39´W 07°45´N 79°25´W 28°43´N 119°28´W ID PO209 PO211 PO212 PO216 PO221 PO222 PO232 PO233 PO234 PO239 PO240 PO246 PO247 PO253 PO316 PO317 PO318 PO329 PO334 UKHO [50/18] NAME Off Harbour of Vancouver C Falso S C San Lazaro S Off Lima P Bayovar S Paramount Seamount Off C Johnson Off Columbia River C Mendocino Pioneer Seamount NW Richardson Rock Morro Puercos Islas San Benito SW Off San Diego Torres Islands W Jasper Seamount E Bishop Rock S Oma Saki Hoke Seamount NE GP 48°29´N 124°45´W 21°40´N 109°26´W 23°26´N 112°00´W 11°28´S 77°57´W 07°07´S 81°44´W 03°29´N 90°18´W 47°57´N 125°18´W 46°12´N 125°16´W 40°23´N 125°00´W 37°33´N 123°39´W 34°25´N 120°52´W 06°56´N 80°13´W 28°03´N 116°01´W 32°27´N 117°40´W 13°17´S 165°26´E 30°30´N 121°38´W 31°03´N 118°29´W 41°37´N 140°54´E 33°40´N 124°35´W NP136 PAGE 245, Melbourne, Newcastle, Oakland and Port Botany Port to Port Routes and Port to Connector Routes Delete entries and replace by: Port to Port Routes PORT From To To To GP Melbourne Auckland Long Beach Tauranga LOCODE CCODE LENGTH 38°00´S 144°55´E 36°46´S 174°49´E 33°43´N 118°11´W 37°34´S 176°13´E FOR NP MEL AKL LGB TRG AU NZ US NZ 2067 7145 2151 NP14 NP51 NP8 NP51 From Newcastle To Lazaro Cardenas 32°59´S 151°53´E NTL 32°59´S 151°53´E LZC AU MX 6770 NP15 NP8 From Oakland 37°49´N 122°30´W OAK US To Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) 48°16´N 123°32´W VAN CA 1042 NP25 To Port Botany 34°01´S 151°17´E BTB AU 6714 NP14 From To To To To Port Botany Auckland Long Beach Oakland Tauranga 34°01´S 151°17´E 36°46´S 174°49´E 33°43´N 118°11´W 37°49´N 122°30´W 37°34´S 176°13´E AU NZ US US NZ 1547 6780 6714 1632 NP14 NP51 NP8 NP8 NP51 BTB AKL LGB OAK TRG NP8 Port to Connector Routes FROM GP TO GP LENGTH FOR Indian Ocean and South East Asia 207 ports Melbourne 38°00´S 144°55´E Bass Strait 38°47´S 142°16´E Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Newcastle Newcastle Newcastle 38°00´S 144°55´E 38°00´S 144°55´E 38°00´S 144°55´E 38°00´S 144°55´E 32°59´S 151°53´E 32°59´S 151°53´E 32°59´S 151°53´E 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 00°46´S 145°00´E 05°00´N 146°59´E 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 3663 2984 8187 3036 2557 2877 2198 South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Newcastle 32°59´S 151°53´E Torres Strait 10°30´S 142°15´E 1944 Indian Ocean and South East Asia ports Newcastle Oakland Oakland Oakland Port Botany 32°59´S 151°53´E 37°49´N 122°30´W 37°49´N 122°30´W 37°49´N 122°30´W 34°01´S 151°17´E 00°46´S 145°00´E 35°32´N 141°22´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 41°32´N 140°42´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 2250 4458 3572 4307 2275 South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports Port Botany 34°01´S 151°17´E Torres Strait 10°30´S 142°15´E 2020 Indian Ocean and South East Asia ports Port Botany 34°01´S 151°17´E Vokeo Island Port Botany 34°01´S 151°17´E West Melanesian Trench 02°58´S 144°00´E 00°46´S 145°00´E 2269 South East Asia ports 2327 South East Asia ports Mariana Islands Off Western Reef Panama City West Melanesian Trench Caroline Islands Mariana Islands Off Western Reef West Melanesian Trench Inubo Saki Panama City Tsugaru Kaikyo Off Western Reef UKHO [50/18] NP136 PAGE 249, Port Kembla, Quintero, San Jose, San Pedrito Port, Tacoma, Tauranga and Townsville Port to Port Routes and Port to Connector Routes Delete entries and replace by: Port to Port Routes PORT GP LOCODE CCODE LENGTH FOR NP From Quintero To Long Beach QTV LGB CL US 32°45´S 71°34´W 33°43´N 118°11´W 5077 NP7 NP8 From San Jose To Buenaventura SNJ BUN GT CO 13°54´N 90°46´W 03°48´N 77°23´W 1012 NP8 NP7 From San Pedrito Port To Buenaventura To Callao BUN CLL CO PE 19°02´N 104°23´W 03°48´N 77°23´W 12°02´S 77°14´W 1877 2491 NP8 NP7 NP7 To Harbour of Vancouver (Juan de Fuca Strait) VAN CA 48°16´N 123°32´W 3064 NP25 From To To To Tauranga Brisbane Melbourne Port Botany TRG BNE MEL BTB NZ AU AU AU 37°34´S 176°13´E 27°17´S 153°14´E 38°00´S 144°55´E 34°01´S 151°17´E 1673 2151 1632 NP51 NP15 NP14 NP14 Port to Connector Routes FROM GP TO Port Kembla Port Kembla Quintero San Jose San Pedrito Port San Pedrito Port San Pedrito Port Tacoma Tauranga Tauranga Tauranga Tauranga Townsville Townsville 34°26´S 150°57´E 34°26´S 150°57´E 32°45´S 71°34´W 13°54´N 90°46´W 19°02´N 104°23´W 19°02´N 104°23´W 19°02´N 104°23´W 48°14´N 123°32´W 37°34´S 176°13´E 37°34´S 176°13´E 37°34´S 176°13´E 37°34´S 176°13´E 19°07´S 146°55´E 19°07´S 146°55´E Townsville 19°07´S 146°55´E Torres Strait GP Mariana Islands Panama City Panama City Panama City Inubo Saki Panama City Tsugaru Kaikyo Inubo Saki Caroline Islands Mariana Islands Off Western Reef West Melanesian Trench Mariana Islands Off Western Reef LENGTH 11°54´N 149°37´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 08°53´N 79°31´W 08°53´N 79°31´W 35°32´N 141°22´E 08°53´N 79°31´W 41°32´N 140°42´E 35°32´N 141°22´E 05°00´N 146°59´E 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 00°46´S 145°00´E 11°54´N 149°37´E 02°35´S 144°09´E 2990 7822 2721 924 5857 1788 5724 4120 3258 3578 3034 3086 2022 1334 10°30´S 142°15´E 635 UKHO [50/18] FOR South East Asia ports Caribbean ports Caribbean ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports Caribbean ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia ports South East Asia and Indian Ocean ports 10 ANNEX A (NP100) (See Page - 3) ANNEX C To accompany Section VII amendment COUNTRY NATIONAL FLAG MERCHANT ENSIGN Denmark Falkland Islands The Faröe Islands Block for NP100 The Mariner’s Handbook 2016 Edition Annex C 11 MILITARY ENSIGN ... weekly in ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners A check list of all extant Notices, but not the text, is published quarterly at the end of Sections IV and VII respectively of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners. .. consulting: NP131 ADMIRALTY Chart Catalogue, published annually in December Part and Part of this publication, published annually in January NP234 Cumulative List of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners, published... 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