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1 52 27 DECEMBER 2008 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Published Weekly by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Prepared Jointly with the National Ocean Service and U.S. Coast Guard Contents Section I Chart Corrections I-1.1 Chartlets / Depth Tabulations / Notes I-2.1 Charts Affected by Notice to Mariners I-3.1 Section II NGA/DLIS Catalog Corrections II-1.1 Navigation Publications Corrections II-2.1 USCG Light List Corrections / Radiobeacon Corrections II-3.1 NGA List of Lights / Radiobeacon / DGPS Corrections II-4.1 Publications Affected by Notice to Mariners II-5.1 Section III Broadcast Warnings / MARAD Advisories / Special Warnings III-1.1 Marine Information III-2.1 Visit the Maritime Safety Web site at

2 IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Notice to Mariners is published by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), under the authority of Department of Defense Directive , to advise mariners of important matters affecting navigational safety, including new hydrographic discoveries, changes in channels and navigational aids, etc. (U.S. Code Title 10, Sec. 442 and Title 44, Sec refer). Nothing in the arrangement of information implies endorsement or acceptance by NGA in matters affecting the status and boundaries of States and territories. The Notice to Mariners presents corrective information affecting charts, NGA/DLIS Catalog of Maps Charts and Related Products, Coast Pilots, Sailing Directions, Fleet Guides, USCG Light Lists, NGA List of Lights, Radio Navigational Aids and other products produced by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Ocean Service and U.S. Coast Guard. Information for the Notice to Mariners is contributed by the following Agencies: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) (Department of Defense) for waters outside the territorial limits of the United States; National Ocean Service (NOS) (Department of Commerce), which is charged with the surveys and charting of the coasts and harbors of the United States and its territories; the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) (Department of Homeland Security), which is responsible for the safety of life at sea and the establishment and operation of aids to navigation; and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Department of Defense), which is charged with the improvement of rivers and harbors of the United States. In addition, important contributions are made by foreign hydrographic offices and cooperating observers of all nationalities. For further information concerning NGA hydrographic products and services, including the Maritime Safety Web site, users may contact: Name Telephone DSN FAX Maritime Division World Wide Navigational Warning Service Maritime Safety Web site Notice to Mariners: Regions 1 and Notice to Mariners: Regions 3 thru Sailing Directions, Fleet Guides Navigation Publications DLA Catalog of Maps Charts and Related Products The Maritime Safety Web site can be accessed directly at For your convenience NGA provides four addresses. For information affecting Notice to Mariners use for information affecting Sailing Directions and all other navigational publications use for information concerning the Maritime Safety Web site, use and for information concerning the World Wide Navigational Warning Service, use mil. Mariners are requested to notify NGA of discrepancies in charts and publications, using the Marine Information Report and Suggestion Sheet at the back of this Notice to Mariners. This form should also be used to report permanent changes, additions, or deletions from charted or published information. Reports which constitute an immediate hazard to navigation should be sent to the nearest NAVAREA Coordinator via coast radio stations. All reports are greatly appreciated. Marine Information Report and Suggestion sheets received during the past week were submitted by the following observers: Observer QMSN Johnson LTJG Heyworth QM2 Sloan Navigation Team QMC Alex Feldhaus Ship/Organization USS FORT MCHENRY USS FORT MCHENRY USS BUNKER HILL USS CARTER HALL AUTEC Cover Photo: The NOAA vessel SHEARWATER was the first aluminum catamaran built exclusively to support the National Marine Santuary Program (NMSP). The vessel's prescribed mission is to conduct research, education, public outreach, maritime heritage, and emergency response-related operations for Channel Island's National Marine Santuary (CINMS). Many of these operations are conducted in partnership with the National Park Service, the United States Geological Survey, and the California Department of Fish and Game, as well as colleges, universities, local high schools, and non-governmental organizations (NGO). The SHEARWATER spends approximately 180 days at sea each year, with as many as 100 of those days dedicated to the long-term monitoring of Marine Reserves and Marine Protected Areas. Other ongoing efforts include submerged cultural resource monitoring, and seafloor mapping and habitat characterization. SHEARWATER is 62 feet in length, has a beam of 24 feet, and a draft of 7 feet. She is powered by two Detroit Series 60 Diesels rated at 600 HP each, has a transit speed of 20 knots, 1.5 to 2 knots during slow-speed transects, and a range of 450 miles. SHEARWATER can remain at sea for five days and has berthing for nine to ten people. Her capabilities include over-the-side ocean-going research and dive operations. Homeported in Santa Barbara, CA, the vessel has been in service since ii

3 INFORMATION OF SPECIAL INTEREST OR IMPORTANCE TO MARINERS NM 52/08 National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Bethesda, MD SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW PRODUCTS OR SERVICES IMPORTANT CHANGES 27 December 2008 QUARTERLY SUMMARY OF INFORMATION OF INTEREST TO NAVIGATORS NAVAREAS, HYDROPACS AND HYDROLANTS-SEE SECTION III. TRANSPORTATION WORKER IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIAL (TWIC) THE U.S. COAST GUARD AND THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION HAVE ANNOUNCED ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TRANSPORTATION WORKER IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIAL (TWIC). SEE SECTION III FOR DETAILS. NGA CHART NEW EDITIONS AND THEIR AVAILABILITY NGA RECOGNIZES TWO PAPER NAUTICAL CHART PRODUCTS: ENTERPRISE PRODUCT ON DEMAND-MARITIME (EPOD-M) CHARTS AND TRADITIONAL NGA PAPER CHARTS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, SEE SECTIONS II AND III. NEW EDITION OF SAILING DIRECTIONS PUB. 147, SAILING DIRECTIONS (ENROUTE) CARIBBEAN SEA VOLUME 1, TENTH EDITION, 2008, IS AVAILABLE AT THE MARITIME SAFETY WEB SITE. THIS EDITION IS PRODUCED BY NGA IN DIGITAL FORMAT ONLY. SEE SECTIONS II AND III. NEW EDITION OF SAILING DIRECTIONS PUB. 148, SAILING DIRECTIONS (ENROUTE) CARIBBEAN SEA VOLUME II, TENTH EDITION, 2008, IS AVAILABLE AT THE MARITIME SAFETY WEB SITE. THIS EDITION IS PRODUCED BY NGA IN DIGITAL FORMAT ONLY. SEE SECTIONS II AND III. NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY S IMPLEMENTATION OF A HARDCOPY TO DIGITAL TRANSITION STRATEGY THIS NOTICE IS A REMINDER OF THE NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (NGA) HARDCOPY TO DIGITAL TRANSITION PROGRAM. SEE SECTION III FOR DETAILS. iii

4 EXPLANATION OF CONTENTS The Notice to Mariners contains corrective information affecting nautical charts, the NGA/DLIS Catalog of Maps Charts and Related Products, Coast Pilots, Sailing Directions, Fleet Guides, USCG Light Lists, NGA List of Lights, Radio Navigational Aids and other related nautical publications. The information contained in these corrections is important to safe navigation. It is the user s responsibility to decide which of their charts and publications require correction. Consult the U.S. Coast Guard Local Notice to Mariners for information pertaining to waterways within the United States that are not normally used by oceangoing vessels. Because of the sometimes transitory nature of aids to navigation, depths and port information, local area sources should be consulted whenever possible. This publication is not required to be maintained intact. Portions may be separated for correction or attachment to an affected product. The Notice to Mariners is divided into the following sections: Section I-1 contains corrections to nautical charts listed in numeric order by chart number. Each chart correction listed applies only to that particular chart. Related charts, if any, will have their own specific correction listed separately. Users should also refer to U.S. Chart 1 Nautical Chart Symbols, Abbreviations and Terms for additional information pertaining to the correcting of charts. The illustration below describes the elements that comprise a typical chart correction: International Series chart number U.S. Chart number Edition number Edition date Last Notice to Mariners that affected chart Current Notice to Mariners TP (INT 1234) 1Ed. 1/23/98 LAST NM 12/00 27/00 Add Depth 12 meters Obstn [K41] N E (12(345)00 Taunton) Corrective action Source of information Object of correction Chart 1 reference Position A chart correction preceded by: indicates that it is based upon original U.S. source information. T indicates that it is temporary in nature. P indicates that it is preliminary, and that permanent corrective action will appear in a future Notice to Mariners. The letter M immediately following the chart number indicates that the correction should be applied to the metric side of the chart only. The letter M is not a part of the chart number. The letter N preceding the current Notice to Mariners number indicates that the affected chart is on Limited Distribution and is normally only for use by U.S. Navy, government-owned or -chartered vessels. Courses and bearings are given in degrees true. Light sectors are expressed in degrees true from the vessel TOWARD the light. The visible range(s) listed for lights is normally the nominal range (the distance at which it can be seen in clear weather), expressed in nautical miles, except in the Great Lakes where it is expressed in statute miles. The colors of structures and lights of navigational aids are abbreviated in accordance with Chart 1. Section I-2* contains all chartlets, depth tabulations and notes associated with the chart corrections in Section I-1. Chartlets and depth tabulations supersede all previous information portrayed. Section I-3 lists all NGA and NOS charts which have been affected by Notice to Mariners and the notice numbers which have affected them since the date of the oldest Summary of Corrections or the chart s announcement, whichever is later. Section II-1 is a weekly listing of corrections to the NGA/DLIS Catalog of Maps Charts and Related Products, including new charts and publications. It also contains the latest price category information. Section II-2* contains corrections to navigation publications, including Sailing Directions, Coast Pilots, Fleet Guides, Radio Navigational Aids (Pub. 117), The American Practical Navigator and other related nautical publications. Section II-3* lists weekly updates to the USCG Light Lists. Section II-4* lists weekly updates to the NGA List of Lights. Section II-5 lists all NGA, NOS and USCG navigation publications which have been affected by Notice to Mariners and the notice numbers which have affected them since the date of the publication s announcement. Section III-1 lists the message number of all in-force Navigational Warnings, and the text of those warnings promulgated during the previous week. Notice to Mariners Nos. 13, 26 and 39 list a summary of all in-force Navigational Warnings for the preceding quarter. Notice to Mariners 52 lists a complete summary of all in-force Navigational Warnings. Section III-2 contains miscellaneous information of particular interest to the maritime community. *The left-hand pages of these sections are intentionally blank. iv

5 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHART CORRECTIONS 52 (INT 52) 1Ed. 4/5/86 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 373 meters for 407 meters 7 58 N E Depth 1247 meters for 1326 meters N E Add Depth 1285 meters N E Depth 1192 meters N E Depth 428 meters 1 07 S E Depth 563 meters 1 03 S E (NTM0026/2007) 623 9Ed. 8/31/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 1000 meters 0 53 S E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 12/06 LAST NM 44/08 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W (48/08 CG7) 501 (INT 801) 12Ed. 11/02 LAST NM 38/08 52/08 Add Buoy RW, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) 502 (INT 802) 2Ed. 7/23/83 LAST NM 46/07 52/08 Add Buoy RW, pillar, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) 506 (INT 506) 2Ed. 2/3/96 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Depth 1000 meters 0 53 S E Depth 1285 meters N E Depth 1247 meters N E Depth 1192 meters N E (NTM0026/2007) 507 (INT 507) 2Ed. 9/14/96 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 373 meters for 407 meters 7 58 N E Add Depth 1000 meters 0 53 S E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 10/05 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Submerged well (cov 90ft) N W Danger circle Obstn (PA) N W Danger circle Obstn (32 ft rep) (PA) N W Add Platform [L10] N W (NOS; 9/07 CG8) Ed. 12/06 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Substitute Submerged well (cov 6fms) [L20] for platform N W (7, 8/07 CG8) Ed. 10/06 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 (Side A) Delete Position circle Pipe (awash) (PA) N W (Supersedes 50/ ) (49/08 CG8) Ed. 7/18/81 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 682 fathoms for 725 fathoms N E Add Depth 703 fathoms N E Depth 652 fathoms N E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 7/13/96 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 204 fathoms for 222 fathoms 7 58 N E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 1/27/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 682 fathoms for 725 fathoms N E Depth 204 fathoms for 222 fathoms 7 58 N E Add Depth 703 fathoms N E Depth 652 fathoms N E (NTM0026/2007) 525 3Ed. 2/5/83 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 204 fathoms for 222 fathoms 7 58 N E Add Depth 703 fathoms N E Depth 652 fathoms N E Depth 682 fathoms N E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 3/23/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 682 fathoms for 725 fathoms N E Depth 308 fathoms for 680 fathoms 1 03 S E Depth 204 fathoms for 222 fathoms 7 58 N E Add Depth 652 fathoms N E Depth 703 fathoms N E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 6/07 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Buoy RW, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) 604 (INT 604) 5Ed. 6/22/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 1000 meters 0 53 S E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 2/06 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Platform [L10] N W (5/07 CG8) Ed. 5/07 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Position circle Pipe (awash) (PA) N W (Supersedes 50/ ) (49/08 CG8) Ed. 4/07 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Position circle Pipe (awash) (PA) N W (Supersedes 50/ ) (49/08 CG8) Ed. 9/07 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Add Stranded wreck [K24] (PA) N W (Inset Southwest Pass) Add Stranded wreck [K24] (PA) N W (49/08 CG8) Ed. 1/05 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Change Legend to 33 1 / 2 FT N W (NOS) Ed. 5/05 LAST NM 22/08 52/08 Add Tabulation of controlling depths from Subsection I-2 (NOS) Ed. 11/06 LAST NM 19/08 52/08 Add Tabulation of controlling depths from Subsection I-2 (NOS) Ed. 12/06 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Delete Buoy A N W (Supersedes 33/ ) (48/08 CG7) 622 9Ed. 2/10/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 547 fathoms 0 53 S E (NTM0026/2007) I Ed. 12/06 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Delete Buoy A N W (Supersedes 33/ ) (continued on next page)

6 NM 52/08 SECTION I (Continued) (Inset) Add Tabulation of controlling depths from Subsection I-2 (48/08 CG7; NOS) Ed. 7/05 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Depth 30 feet N W Depth 38 feet N W Substitute Depth 23 feet Obstn [K41] for 26 feet N W Ed. 1/07 LAST NM 29/08 52/08 (Side A) Add Tabulation of controlling depths from Subsection I-2 (NOS) Ed. 2/08 LAST NM 43/08 52/08 Relocate Buoy 38 from N W to N W (NOS) Ed. 3/4/06 LAST NM N49/08 N52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W (48/08 CG7) Ed. 6/07 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Add Danger circle Obstn (Piles) [K40] (PA) N W (30/08 CG5) Ed. 3/11/06 LAST NM N50/08 N52/08 Add Danger circle Obstn (Piles) [K40] (PA) N W (30/08 CG5) Add Depth 11 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 17 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 21 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 23 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 25 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 28 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 28 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 34 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 36 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 18 feet enclosed by depth contour (18-feet) N W (NOS) Ed. 10/05 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Artificial Reef area [N1.1] bound by dashed line joining N W N W N W N W (30/08 CG5) Ed. 2/08 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 (Lower Panel) Relocate Buoy 96 from N W to N W (27/08 CG5) Ed. 12/07 LAST NM 39/08 52/08 (Page A) Change Light 4 to Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (Page A, Inset 2) Change Light 4 to Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (44/08 CG5) Ed. 3/04 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Change Light 4 to Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (44/08 CG5) Ed. 8/08 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Change Light 4 to Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (44/08 CG5) Ed. 9/02 LAST NM 31/08 52/08 (Continuation) Add Light A Q (Priv) N W Light B Q (Priv) N W (49/08 CG1) Ed. 4/04 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Add Buoy CIN1 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy CIN2 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy CIN3 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy CIN4 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LI1 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LI2 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy SI1 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy SI4 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W (3/08 CG1) Ed. 10/07 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Add Danger circle Obstn (Piles) [K40] (PA) N W (30/08 CG5) Ed. 6/07 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Change Light 4 to Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (44/08 CG5) Ed. 3/08 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Depth 30 feet N W Depth 38 feet N W Substitute Depth 23 feet Obstn [K41] for 26 feet N W Add Depth 11 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 17 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 21 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 23 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 25 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 28 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 28 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 34 feet Obstn [K41] N W Depth 36 feet Obstn [K41] N W Ed. 7/02 LAST NM 13/08 52/08 Add Buoy LU1 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LU2 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LU3 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LU4 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W (3/08 CG1) Ed. 12/8/01 LAST NM 13/08 52/08 Add Buoy LU1 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W (3/08 CG1) Buoy LU2 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LU3 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Buoy LU4 Y, Fl Y 2.5s (Priv) N W Ed. 12/02 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 3 feet for 14 feet N W Change Legend to 9 FEET APR N W (NOS) (NOS) Depth 18 feet enclosed by depth contour (18-feet) N W Ed. 7/03 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 (Inset Saginaw Bay) Change Period of buoy 7 to 2.5s N W Period of buoy 8 to 2.5s N W (43/08 CG9) I-1.2

7 SECTION I NM 52/ Ed. 10/05 LAST NM 44/08 52/08 Delete Depth 24 feet N W Substitute Depth 24 feet for 23 feet N W Change Legend to 25 FEET FOR WIDTH OF 3000 FEET JUL N W (Supersedes 37/ ) (NOS) Ed. 2/08 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Change Legend to 12 FT AUG N W Legend to 16 FT APR 2000-AUG N W Add Depth 1 fathom 1 foot Rk [K14.2] for 3 fathoms 5 feet Rk N W Depth 1 fathom 2 feet Rk [K14.2] for 2 fathoms 1 foot Rk N W Depth 1 fathom 2 feet Rk [K14.2] for 2 fathoms 3 feet Rk N W Depth 9 fathoms 1 foot Rk [K14.2] for 16 fathoms N W Depth 2 fathoms 3 feet Rks [K14.1] N W Depth 4 fathoms 2 feet Rk [K14.1] N W (NOS) Legend to 20 FT JUN N W Depth 1 fathom 4 feet Rk [K14.2] N W Depth 8 fathoms 3 feet Rk [K14.2] N W Ed. 7/02 LAST NM 16/08 52/08 Delete Note B N W Change Buoy 4 to R, spar, Fl R 6s N W Buoy 7 to G, spar, Fl G 6s N W Buoy 8 to R, spar, Fl R 4s N W Buoy 9 to G, spar, Fl G 4s N W Buoy 2 to R, spar, Fl R 4s N W Buoy 3 to G, spar, Fl G 4s N W (48/08 CG17) Ed. 11/18/00 LAST NM 32/07 52/08 Relocate Light from N W to N W (48/08 CG17) (NOS) Depth 9 fathoms 5 feet Rk [K14.2] N W Depth 9 fathoms Rk [K14.2] N W Depth 10 fathoms 2 feet N W Depth 1 fathom 2 feet N W Depth 1 fathom 4 feet N W Depth 4 fathoms 3 feet N W Depth 4 fathoms 4 feet N W Depth 5 fathoms 5 feet N W Depth 6 fathoms 1 foot N W Depth 6 fathoms 2 feet N W Depth 6 fathoms 5 feet N W Depth 7 fathoms 3 feet N W Depth 8 fathoms 3 feet N W Depth 9 fathoms N W Ed. 1/12/02 LAST NM 42/08 52/08 Delete Depth 22 fathoms N W Add Depth 8 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 5/12/01 LAST NM 42/08 52/08 Add Depth 8 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 10/04 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 (Inset) Add Light 4 FR 18ft N W (49/08 CG17) Ed. 7/08 LAST NM 36/08 52/08 Add Submarine pipeline [L41.1] joining N W N W N W N W N W (Inset) Add Submarine pipeline [L41.1] joining N W N W N W N W N W (NOS) Ed. 3/08 LAST NM 32/08 52/08 Delete Depth 10 fathoms N W Depth 20 fathoms N W Substitute Depth 8 fathoms Rk [K14.1] for 11 fathoms N W Depth 10 fathoms for 13 fathoms N W Add Depth 1 1 / 2 fathoms Rk [K14.1] N W Depth 6 1 / 4 fathoms Rk [K14.1] N W Depth 9 fathoms Rk [K14.2] N W Depth 9 fathoms Rk [K14.2] N W Depth 1 3 / 4 fathoms N W Depth 4 1 / 4 fathoms N W Depth 6 1 / 4 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 6/08 LAST NM 31/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 4 1 / 4 fathoms for 10 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 3/07 LAST NM 36/08 52/08 Delete Depth 3 3 / 4 fathoms N W Substitute Depth 4 1 / 4 fathoms for 10 fathoms N W Add Depth 2 fathoms N W Depth 3 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 12/05 LAST NM 19/08 52/08 Add Depth 4 1 / 4 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 11/07 LAST NM 5/08 52/08 Delete Depth 7 fathoms 3 feet N W Depth 14 fathoms N W Depth 9 fathoms N W Depth 9 fathoms N W Depth 9 fathoms N W Substitute Depth 1 fathom 4 feet Rks [K14.2] for 12 fathoms N W Depth 8 fathoms 1 foot Rk [K14.1] for 11 fathoms N W Depth 0 fathom 3 feet Rk [K14.2] for 2 fathoms 1 foot N W I Ed. 10/08 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 8 fathoms for 14 fathoms N W (NOS) Depth 3 fathoms for 6 fathoms N W Ed. 2/04 LAST NM 36/08 52/08 Delete Depth 5 1 / 4 fathoms N W Depth 14 fathoms N W Depth 6 fathoms N W (continued on next page)

8 NM 52/08 SECTION I (Continued) Substitute Depth 4 3 / 4 fathoms for 10 fathoms N W Add Depth 1 1 / 4 fathoms N W Depth 2 1 / 2 fathoms N W Depth 3 3 / 4 fathoms N W Depth 2 fathoms N W Depth 3 fathoms N W Depth 5 fathoms N W Depth 8 fathoms N W (NOS) Ed. 8/21/93 LAST NM 34/08 52/08 Add Buoy RW, pillar, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 10/20/07 LAST NM N50/08 N52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W Add Buoy RW, pillar, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 9/22/07 LAST NM N50/08 N52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W Add Buoy RW, pillar, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 7/28/07 LAST NM N34/08 N52/08 Add Buoy RW, pillar, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 10/07 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Add Buoy RW, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 8/05 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W Add Buoy RW, Fl Y 4s (Priv) N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 9/05 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 (Upper Panel) Add Buoy 61 G, can N W (Lower Panel) Add Buoy 61 G, can N W (49/08 CG13) Ed. 9/6/97 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W Wreck [K29] S W Wreck [K29] S W Wreck [K29] S W (4(23), 5(29)06, 8(69), 9(74)08 Callao) Ed. 8/21/82 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Add Legend Fishing Area (see note) N W Legend Fishing Area (see note) N W Legend Fishing Area (see note) N W Note FISHING AREA Concentration of fishing vessels may be expected within 2.5 miles of shore between Ardita and Punta Solano N W (56/08 Bogota) Ed. 9/1/01 LAST NM 41/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W (8(69)08 Callao) Ed. 4/6/96 LAST NM 41/08 52/08 (Plan) Add Stranded wreck [K24] S W (8(72)08 Callao) Ed. 4/20/96 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W (4(23)06 Callao) Ed. 2/3/96 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Add Dangerous wreck [K28] S W Dangerous wreck [K28] S W (Plan) Add Dangerous wreck [K28] S W (5(31), 6(32)06 Callao) Ed. 4/19/03 LAST NM 27/08 52/08 (Plan B) Add Buoy (mooring) [Q40] S W (4(24)06 Callao) Ed. 5/25/96 LAST NM 39/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W (5(29)06 Callao) Ed. 8/4/01 LAST NM 42/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W (9(74)08 Callao) Ed. 7/06 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Delete Buoy Y N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 10/12/02 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Delete Buoys (mooring) (2) in vicinity S W (10(79)08 Callao) Ed. 12/07 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Delete Buoy Y N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 9/07 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 (Page B, Inset 5) Delete Buoy Y N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 7/03 LAST NM 34/08 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W (49/08 CG11) Ed. 10/25/03 LAST NM 48/04 52/08 Delete Light S W (Plan B) Delete Light S W (10(81)08 Callao) Ed. 6/16/90 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 (Panel B) Relocate Light from N W to N W and change visibility (range) to 13M Change Light to Fl(2) 25s 22m 13M N W (63, 64/08 Bogota) Ed. 7/5/97 LAST NM 42/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] S W (8(69)08 Callao) Ed. 6/24/95 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W (See 1/ ) (70/08 Bogota) I-1.4

9 SECTION I NM 52/ Ed. 9/17/94 LAST NM 47/08 52/ Ed. 11/21/98 LAST NM 15/07 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from Relocate Buoy from N W to N W N W N W and delete designation Altamira (See 1/ ) (NTM0004/2007) (70/08 Bogota) Ed. 10/4/03 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Relocate Superbuoy ODAS from N W to N W (See 1/ ) Change Characteristic of buoy 15 to Iso G 3s N W (95/07, 70/08 Bogota) Ed. 3/13/99 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 (Panel B) Change Characteristic of buoy 15 to Iso G 3s N W (95/07 Bogota) Ed. 6/17/95 LAST NM 41/08 52/08 Change Light to Fl(2) 25s 22m 13M N W Visibility (range) of light to 13M N W (63, 64/08 Bogota) Ed. 11/18/06 LAST NM 41/08 52/08 Change Light to Fl(2) 25s 22m 13M N W Visibility (range) of light to 13M N W (63, 64/08 Bogota) Ed. 6/24/95 LAST NM 41/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of light to 13M N W (64/08 Bogota) Ed. 4/3/76 LAST NM 32/06 52/08 Change Light to Fl(2) 25s 72ft 13M N W (63/08 Bogota) Ed. 8/10/85 LAST NM 15/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of light to 15M N W (See 34/ ) (67/08 Bogota) Ed. 4/29/95 LAST NM 19/04 52/08 (Plan D) Delete Beacon No N W Beacon No N W Beacon No N W Buoy N W Buoy (can) (undesignated) N W Buoys (conical) (undesignated) (2) and legend Rep (1965) in vicinity N W Buoy (conical) (undesignated) N W Beacon No N W Beacon No N W Beacon No N W Beacon No N W Change Shape of buoy 3 to can N W Shape of buoy 7 to can N W Shape of buoy 8 to conical N W Beacon No 13 to 13 G, can topmark N W Ed. 11/12/94 LAST NM 15/07 52/08 Relocate Buoy from N W to N W (NTM0004/2007) Ed. 12/10/94 LAST NM 5/03 52/08 (Plan B) Relocate Buoy from N W to N W (See 5/ ) (NTM0004/2007) Ed. 5/3/97 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Delete Superbuoy LANBY N 5 49 W Add Superbuoy LANBY [Q26] RW, Racon N 5 45 W (42(29)08 Brest) (INT 1551) 1Ed. 8/28/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) (INT 1544) 1Ed. 10/30/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) (INT 1545) 1Ed. 10/30/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) (INT 1627) 2Ed. 10/9/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) Ed. 3/6/03 LAST NM N40/08 N52/08 Change Visibility (range) of superbuoy LANBY to 7M N W (42(29)08 Brest) (INT 1070) 2Ed. 2/24/96 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of superbuoy LANBY to 7M N W (42(29)08 Brest) Ed. 8/9/97 LAST NM 35/08 52/08 Delete Superbuoy LANBY N W Add Superbuoy LANBY [Q26] RW, Fl 7M Racon N W (42(29)08 Brest) Ed. 10/23/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) Ed. 6/29/96 LAST NM 8/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of superbuoy LANBY to 7M N W (42(29)08 Brest) (INT 1572) 1Ed. 8/28/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) Add Buoy 6 R, conical, Fl(2) R 5s N W Danger circle [K40] Obstn Rep (2008) N W Position circle Pile [F22] N W Beacon 11 G, can topmark N W Beacon 9 G, can topmark N W (INT 1555) 2Ed. 9/18/08 NEW EDITION N52/08 (NGA) Ed. 9/6/97 LAST NM 6/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of superbuoy LANBY to 7M N W (42(29)08 Brest) Beacon 5 G, can topmark, Fl G 6s N W Beacon 4 R, cone topmark N W (NTM0035/2008) Ed. 7/12/97 LAST NM 8/08 52/08 Add Buoy YBY, spar, double cone topmark points together [Q130.3] N W Pilot station symbol [T1.1] N W (continued on next page) I-1.5

10 NM 52/08 SECTION I (Continued) Buoy BYB, spar, double cone topmark bases together [Q130.3] N W Ed. 3/16/96 LAST NM 45/08 52/08 Add Depth 11.3 meters N E (13(251)06 Gdynia) Pilot station symbol [T1.1] (7(36), 24(17)08 Brest; Fr CH 7095) N W Ed. 9/11/93 LAST NM 38/08 52/08 Add Depth 0.1 meter Wk [K30] (unsurveyed) N W Dangerous wreck [K28] (24(22)06, 43(37)08 Brest) N W Ed. 4/23/94 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 11.3 meters N E (13(251)06 Gdynia) Ed. 12/18/93 LAST NM 3/07 52/08 Delete Depth 1832 meters and enclosing depth contour (2000-meter) centered N W (21(263)04 Lisboa) (INT 1803) 10Ed. 3/12/88 LAST NM 43/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 14 meters Wk [K30] (unsurveyed) for dangerous wreck N W Add Depth 0.1 meter Wk [K30] (unsurveyed) N W Ed. 7/15/95 LAST NM 9/08 52/08 Delete Depth 3.9 meters N W Substitute Depth 8 meters for 8.4 meters N W Depth 8.2 meters for 8.7 meters N W Dangerous wreck [K28] (24(22)06, 51(26)07, 43(37)08 Brest) N W (Plan) Delete Depth 3.9 meters N W Substitute Depth 12.1 meters for 12.2 meters N W Ed. 12/24/88 LAST NM 30/08 52/08 (Plan A) Delete Light, range line and legend between N W N W Add Light Dir WRG 13m 10-2M and range line extending in direction from light dashed for 0.2 mile, thence solid for 1 mile N W Legend Dir N W (1-2(2)07 Reykjavik) Ed. 6/8/96 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Relocate Light from N W to N W (1-2(2)07 Reykjavik) Ed. 8/22/98 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Submarine cable (power) [L31.1] joining N W N W N W N W (7-10(22)08 Reykjavik) Ed. 3/16/96 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 7.2 meters for 7.6 meters N W (7-10(25)08 Reykjavik) Ed. 1/17/98 LAST NM 10/08 52/08 Delete Submarine cable between N E N E (18(1029)08 Stavanger) Ed. 2/9/08 LAST NM N17/08 N52/08 Delete Anchorage symbol N E (18(1027)08 Stavanger) Ed. 4/6/96 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Delete Light N E Solid line (jetty) between N E N E (45(660)04 Gdynia) Ed. 6/22/96 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 11.3 meters N E (13(251)06 Gdynia) Ed. 1/11/97 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Depth 11.3 meters N E (13(251)06 Gdynia) Depth 8.2 meters for 8.7 meters N W Depth 9.2 meters for 9.3 meters N W Depth 8 meters for 8.4 meters N W Add Depth 2.1 meters N W Depth 1.4 meters N W Depth 7.6 meters N W Depth 7.5 meters N W Depth 7.3 meters N W (21(267)04 Lisboa) Ed. 12/3/05 LAST NM 35/08 52/08 Delete Depth 1990 meters and enclosing depth contour (2000-meter) centered N W (21(265)04 Lisboa) Ed. 7/31/99 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Add Dangerous wreck [K28] N E (21(6)08 Genova) Ed. 1/21/95 LAST NM 43/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E (21(4)08 Genova) Ed. 3/17/01 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Historic Wreck (see Note) area bound by purple composite-line circle, radius 200 meters, centered N E Wreck [K29] N E (19(3), 21(4)08 Genova) Ed. 8/13/05 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E (21(4)08 Genova) Ed. 2/24/96 LAST NM 43/08 52/08 Add Light Fl R 3s 6m 7M N E (19(6)08 Genova; Ital LL) Ed. 2/24/07 LAST NM N48/08 N52/08 Change Light to Fl Y 4s 8m 4M N E (19(5)08 Genova) Ed. 7/30/94 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Add Submarine pipeline (sewer) [L41.1] between N E N E Buoy Y, can, X topmark, Fl Y 5s [Q130.6] N E (19(8)08 Genova) I-1.6

11 SECTION I NM 52/ Ed. 5/30/92 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Change Shape of buoy to can N E Shape of buoy to can N E Shape of buoy to can N E Shape of buoy to can N E (See 15/ ) (21(8)08 Genova) Ed. 9/14/02 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Legend SPM N E Depth 814 meters Obstn (current meter) N E (Supersedes 28/ ) Add Light Fl R 3s 6m 7M N E Anchoring and Fishing Prohibited area bound by purple composite-line circle, radius 2 miles, centered on platform N E (19(6), 21(7, 13)08 Genova) Ed. 8/31/02 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Position circle Pipe [L23] N E (21(10)08 Genova) Ed. 9/19/92 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Position circle Pipe [L23] N E (21(10)08 Genova) Ed. 9/3/05 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 Change Characteristic of beacon to Fl(5) Y 20s N E (See 43/ ) (21(11)08 Genova) Ed. 2/10/01 LAST NM 50/08 52/08 Delete Depth 814 meters Obstn (current meter) N E (Supersedes 28/ ) (21(13)08 Genova) Ed. 11/5/94 LAST NM 43/08 52/08 Change Characteristic of beacon to Fl(5) Y 20s N E (See 43/ ) (21(11)08 Genova) Ed. 8/6/94 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Delete Foul ground symbol N E Add Dangerous wreck [K28] with legend Historic Wreck (see Note) N E Note HISTORIC WRECK Fishing, anchoring and under water activity is prohibited within 300 meters of the historic wreck N E (5(124)04 Athens) Ed. 7/20/96 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Substitute Double solid line with land tint (bridge) [D22] for double dashed line between N E N E and delete legend Under Construction (2001) (10(225)04 Athens) Ed. 2/18/95 LAST NM 6/07 52/08 Add Light Fl R 4s 7m 6M N E Light Fl G 4s 9m 6M N E Light QG 8m 3M N E Light Fl G 3s 8m 3M N E (4(97, 98)04 Athens) Ed. 8/10/96 LAST NM 49/08 52/08 (Plan A) Substitute Depth 8 meters for 7.3 meters N E (11(247)04 Athens) Ed. 7/14/84 LAST NM 30/08 52/08 Add Light Fl R 3s 8m 3M N E (6(147)04 Athens) Ed. 1/16/99 LAST NM 9/06 52/08 (Plan) Substitute Depth 8.4 meters for 9.3 meters N E (6(146)04 Athens) Ed. 10/12/96 LAST NM 7/07 52/08 Add Light Fl 3s 8M N E (32(4421)08 St. Petersburg) Ed. 11/11/89 LAST NM 12/07 52/08 Change Height of light to 14m N E (21(262)04 Lisboa; BA LL) Ed. 9/12/98 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Depth 18 meters, blue tint and enclosing depth contour (20-meter) centered N E Wreck [K29] N E (25(3295, 3297)08 Taunton) Ed. 10/6/07 LAST NM N46/08 N52/08 Delete Dangerous wreck N E Substitute Depth 29 meters enclosed by depth contour (30-meter) for 34 meters N E Depth 16.8 meters for 18.1 meters N E Depth 6.4 meters for 8.7 meters N E Depth 15 meters for 18.7 meters N E Add Depth 8.9 meters, blue tint and enclosing depth contour (10-meter) centered N E Depth 10.3 meters enclosed by depth contour (20-meter) centered N E Depth 14.9 meters N E and extend depth contour (20-meter) W to enclose Depth 18 meters, blue tint and enclosing depth contour (20-meter) centered N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E Solid line (jetty) [F14] between N E N E Light QR N E Light QG N E (7(877), 25(3295, 3297)08 Taunton) Ed. 11/23/85 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Substitute Double solid line with land tint (bridge) [D22] for double dashed line between N E N E and delete legend Under Construction (2001) (10(225)04 Athens) Ed. 10/6/07 LAST NM N46/08 N52/08 Delete Dangerous wreck N E Add Wreck [K29] N E (25(3295)08 Taunton) Ed. 7/27/91 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Delete Foul ground symbol N E Substitute Depth 8 meters for 7 meters N E Add Dangerous wreck [K28] N E (5(124), 11(247)04 Athens) I-1.7

12 NM 52/08 SECTION I Ed. 3/8/08 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 16.8 meters for 18.1 meters N E Depth 6.4 meters for 8.7 meters N E Add Depth 29 meters enclosed by depth contour (30-meter) centered N E Depth 18 meters, blue tint and enclosing depth contour (20-meter) centered N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E (25(3295, 3297)08 Taunton) Ed. 3/8/08 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 16.8 meters for 18.1 meters N E Depth 6.4 meters for 8.7 meters N E Add Wreck [K29] N E Depth 14.9 meters N E and extend blue tint and depth contour (20-meter) W to enclose (25(3297)08 Taunton) Ed. 1/7/95 LAST NM 30/08 52/08 Add Depth 33 meters S E (22(714)03 Wollongong) Ed. 2/11/95 LAST NM 40/08 52/08 Add Depth 33 meters S E (22(714)03 Wollongong) Ed. 8/26/95 LAST NM 35/08 52/08 Delete Buoy (mooring) SBM and purple composite-line circle in vicinity S E (21(692)03 Wollongong) Ed. 11/18/95 LAST NM 20/06 52/08 (Plan A) Delete Buoy (mooring) SBM, purple composite-line circle and legend Restricted Area in vicinity S E (21(692)03 Wollongong) Ed. 3/31/90 LAST NM 30/08 52/08 Substitute Depth 373 meters for 407 meters N E Add Depth 618 meters N E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 6/5/04 LAST NM N20/08 N52/08 Add Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E I-1.8 (NOS) Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E Ed. 3/12/05 LAST NM N43/08 N52/08 Add Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E (See N37/ ) (NOS) Ed. 5/8/93 LAST NM 47/08 52/08 Add Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E (continued on next page)

13 SECTION I NM 52/ (Continued) (NOS) (See 37/ ) N E N E N E N E Ed. 8/07 LAST NM 37/08 52/08 Add Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E (See 37/ ) (NOS) Ed. 2/3/96 LAST NM 27/08 52/08 Add Depth 1000 meters S E Depth 1329 meters S E Depth 1675 meters S E (NTM0026/2007) Ed. 7/18/92 LAST NM 48/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E (131, 137/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 9/2/95 LAST NM 31/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E (131, 137/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 5/25/96 LAST NM 33/08 52/08 Delete Legend Works in progress N E Add Solid line (pier) joining N E N E N E Solid line (pier) joining N E N E N E Solid line (pier) between N E N E Solid line (pier) between N E N E Solid line (pier) between N E N E Solid line (pier) between N E N E Beacon 2 Y, X topmark, Mo(C) Y 12s 14m 5M N E Beacon 1 R, can topmark, QR 14m 7M Racon (Q) N E Beacon 3 R, can topmark, Fl R 4s 14m 5M N E Buoy 1 G, pillar, cone topmark, Fl G 4s N E (Cna CH 13385; BA LL) Ed. 6/11/94 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Buoy A Y, pillar, X topmark, Fl Y 4s [Q130.6] N E Buoy B Y, pillar, X topmark, Fl Y 4s [Q130.6] N E (44(632)08 Inchon) Ed. 6/18/94 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Buoy A Y, pillar, X topmark, Fl Y 4s [Q130.6] N E Buoy B Y, pillar, X topmark, Fl Y 4s [Q130.6] N E (44(632)08 Inchon) Ed. 3/15/08 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E (131/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 9/2/95 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E (131, 137/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 10/20/07 LAST NM 45/08 52/08 Add Superbuoy ODAS [Q58] Y, Fl(4) Y 8s N E (44(631)08 Inchon) Ed. 5/18/96 LAST NM 51/08 52/08 Add Superbuoy ODAS [Q58] Y, Fl(4) Y 8s N E (44(631)08 Inchon) Ed. 6/17/06 LAST NM 19/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E (131/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 8/2/08 LAST NM 38/08 52/08 Add Superbuoy ODAS [Q58] Y, Fl(4) Y 8s N E Superbuoy ODAS [Q58] Y, Fl(4) Y 8s N E Ed. 9/23/95 LAST NM 38/08 52/08 Add Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E Wreck [K29] N E (131, 137/08 Tso-ying) Ed. 11/30/96 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Add Anchorage area [N12.1] bound by purple dashed line joining N E N E N E N E Buoy (mooring) [Q40] 2, Mo(Q) R 12s N E Buoy (mooring) [Q40] 3, Mo(Q) R 12s N E (Cna CH 13992) (44(630, 631)08 Inchon) Ed. 8/9/97 LAST NM 46/08 52/08 Delete Foul ground symbol N E (Jpn CH 1083) Ed. 3/23/02 LAST NM 28/08 52/08 Delete Buoy No 4 (R Lt) N E Buoy No N E Tidal stream arrows (2) and rates (2) in vicinity N E Foul ground symbol N E Foul ground symbol N E Foul ground symbol N E Buoy No 2 (R Lt) N E (continued on next page) I-1.9

14 NM 52/08 SECTION I (Continued) Designation No 2 from buoy N E Change Visibility (range) of light to 11M N E Visibility (range) of light to 11M N E Visibility (range) of light to 11M N E Visibility (range) of light to 4M N E Light to Mo(U) 8s 8m 7M Legend to R Lt Berth designation B to 2 Berth designation A to N E N E N E N E Add Buoy Y, pillar, (Y Lt) N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Foul ground symbol [K31] N E Floating dock [F26] axis, 175 meters by 45 meters wide, centered N E Anchorage area N1 [N12.3] bound by purple dashed line joining N E N E N E N E (Jpn CH 1085; Jpn LL) Ed. 11/29/97 LAST NM 32/08 52/08 Change Visibility (range) of light to 4M N E Light B to Mo(U) 8s 8m 7M N E Light A to Mo(U) 8s 8m 7M N E (Jpn CH 66, 1085) Ed. 8/2/75 LAST NM N38/01 N52/08 Delete Beacon N W Light N W Add Light 4 Iso R 6s 23ft 6M N W (44/08 CG5; US CH 12205) Ed. 1/23/99 LAST NM N37/08 N52/08 Add Submarine cable [L30.1] joining N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E N E (NOS) Submarine cable [L30.1] joining (See N37/ ) N E N E N E I-1.10

15 SECTION I NM 52/08 I-2.1

16 SECTION I NM 52/08 I-2.2

17 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,35/ ,40,43/ / / ,40/ /07;19/ /07;19,35/ ,35/ /07;2,3,P10,17,19,20, 27,28,33,38,43/ ,47,50/07;7,P10,17,35, 43/ P10,17,24,28,32,37,38, 39,48,52/ P10,15,17,28,32,43/ ,45,47/07;20,34,35, 43/ ,38,39/07;51/ / ,39/07;51/ ,35/ / ,40/ / /07;5,8,25,39/ ,44/07;25,39,43/ / /07;24/ / / ,20,43/ ,20,40,43,48/ / ,40/ ,45,47/07;34/ /07;8/ ,19/ / ,41,46/07;8,19,35/ ,33/ ,47,48/ / ,42/ ,25/ ,42,44/ *,50/07;9,13,14,17,19, 42/ /07;3,19,20,27,28,37, 40,43/ ,46/07;3,26,30,31,33, 38,52/ /07;52/ ,47,50/07;19,35,42,43, 46/ /07;P10,13,17,20,33, 46/ / ,19,24,38,39,46,52/ ,19,24,38,39,47,52/ ,46/ ,38/ / / / ,28,42,43/ ,46/07;3,7,P10,13,17, 33,34,43/ ,7,P10,15,17,33,42,43, 46,52/ ,24,28,32,38,39,47, 52/ ,P10,13,15,17,28,33,38, 43,46/ ,14,19,24,37,38,39,40, 47,48,52/ ,24,38,39,46,47,52/ ,P10,13,14,17,19,24,27, 33,37,38,39,40,41,46,47, 48,52/ ,48/07;2,3,P10,15,17, 26,30,31,33,35,37,38,42, 43,46,52/ /07*;18,24,38,40/ / /08* /07;7,P10,13,14,17, 33/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,46/ ,36,37,39,40/07;3, 22/ / ,41,42/07;13,14,21,22, 24,27,40,41/ /07;19,24/ ,24,37,40,48,52/ /07;13,22/ ,37,39,41/07;13/ ,37/07;28,35/ / / ,38,39,41,43/07;3,7,13, 28,35/ ,36,37/07;3,10,13,14, 21,24,27,40,41,48,52/ ,19,21,24,27,37,39,40, 48,52/ /07;3,10/ ,43/ ,24,46/ / / ,48/ / / / / /07;3/ / N36,N40/07;N5,N24/ A 35/07;4,28,39,46,49/ A 6,31,48,51/ A 46,50/07;6,9,12,13,15,17, 18,19,20,21,22,26,28,31, 32,35,37,38,44,45,46,49, 51/ A 39*,40,41,42,43,44,45, 46,47,48,49,50,51/ A 19*,20,21,26,31,34,35, 38,41,49/ ,52/07;1,8,9,11,12,13, 18,31,32,35,36,37,42,43, 45,46,48,49,50,51/ ,46,50/07;6,9,11,13,17, 18,19,28,31,37,39,45,46, 49,51/ /07;5,12,19,25,36,39, 44,52/ *,20,25,26,28,39,46/ N37,N40,N49/07;N4, N39/ *,20,21,26,31,34,35, 38,41,49/ *,37,39,49/ *,19,21,39,49/ / / N37,N40,N49/07;N22, N26,N32,N33,N35,N39, N47/ ,20,26,49/ /08* *,22,26,32,33,35,39, 47/ N37,N40,N49/07;N4, N26,N35,N36,N39/ ,40,49/07;26,28,39/ ,40,49/07;4,22,26,33, 35,36,39,47/ ,9,21,26,34,49,50,52/ / *,9,15,21,28,34/ *,28/ N37,N40,N49/07;N22, N32,N33,N35,N39, N47/ / N26/ ,26,27,31,34,36,51/ *,4,15,31,32/ ,49/07;8,9,12,13,15,16, 17,21,26,27,32,35,38,39, 43,49,51,52/08 Chart I-3.1 Ed. Notice to Mariners *,49/07;8,12,13,15,18, 21,27,28,32,38,39,44, 49/ *,32,39,41/ *,45/ ,49/07;15,18,21,28,33, 39,45/ *,39/ *,32,39,41/ *,45,46,51/ ,12,17,27,41,43,45,48, 50,51,52/ ,49/07;4,8,9,13,15,20, 26,28,33,35,37,38,39,41, 42,43,45,49,50,51,52/ *,27,29,32,33,38,48/ *,39,40,41,42,43,44, 45,46,47,48,49,50,51/ *,33,35,37,38,39,41, 42,50/ ,49/07;4,5,9,12,15,17, 18,27,28,32,36,37,38,39, 41,48,50,52/ /07;12,15,17,18,27,37, 39,41,43,45,49,50,52/ *,26,27,29,34,37,38, 42/ /08* *,40,41,42,43,44,46, 47/ *,32,33,38,48/ *,33/ ,13,16,34,36,37,38,40, 41,42,50/ /08* *,42,43/ *,32,43,44,46,47/ *,17,20,31,34,50/ /08* /08* *,34,35,38,39,41,42, 43,44,45/ *,21,27,35,40,42,44, 46,47,48/ /07;6,8,9,11,12,13,17, 19,22,28,29,33,35,37,39, 40,41,43,44,46,47,48,49, 50,51/ ,40,44,45,46,47,48, 49/ ,50/07;6,9,12,13,15,17, 18,19,20,21,22,26,28,31, 32,35,37,38,44,45,46,49, 51/ /07*;9,15,16,19,22,26, 27,28,33,35,36,41,43,44, 45,46,47,52/ N46,N50/07;N6,N9,N12, N13,N17,N18,N19,N20, N21,N22,N26,N28,N31, N32,N35,N37,N38,N44, N45,N46,N49,N51/ *,41,50/07;8,9,11,13, 15,17,20,27,31,34,37,44, 47,50/ /07*;8,11,16,17,20,22, 26,27,31,32,37,42,47/ *,40,44,47/ *,15,17,18,19,20,21, 26,27,28,29,31,32,33,35, 38,43,44,45,46,47,48,49, 50,51/ *,32,42,48/ /07*;19,26,32,42, 48/ /07*;8,17,20,27,31, 42/ /07;9,11,13,17,22,26, 27,28,31,34,36,38,42,43, 44,46,49,51/ /07;39,44,49,50/ /07;6,16,18,33,39,49, 50/ *,48,50/ /07*;5,6,8,27,29,31,32, 34,37,39,40,43,48/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,40,45/07;5,8,27,29,32, 34,37,38,39,40,43,48,49, 52/ *,46,48/ *,51/07;5,13,18,32,37, 46,48/ *,27,35,36,38,48/ ,40,51/07;5,18,32, 48/ ,49/07;38,49/ /07;6,27,37,38,51/ /07;6,38,51/ /07;51/ ,34,36,43,46,48,51/ /07*;18,28,34,36,43, 46/ /07;18,28,34,36,43, 46/ ,51/ ,31,48,51/ / / /08* *,34/ *,34/ ,45/07;13,15,20,27,43, 44,48/ /07;13,15,20,27,43/ *,45/07;4,13,15,20,27, 36/ /07;4,28,39,46,49/ N35/07;N4,N28,N39, N46,N49/ ,46,49/ /07* ,31/ /08* ,33,39/ ,33,39/ /08* N35/07;N28/ /08* / /07;16,23,49/ *,28,36,48/ ,36/ /07;16,18,23/ ,23,49/ / /07*;28/ /07*;11,28,30/ / / /08* / / / /08* *,46/ *,38,40,46/ ,36/07;30/ *,19,23,42,46/ *,46/ N35/07;N5/ /07*;14,45/ N35/07;N23,N42/ ,46/ / N18,N19/ /07;18,19,22,52/ N18,N19,N22,N23,N25, N46/ ,13,19,22,25,33,48/ /07;18,19,52/ N5,N38/ ,15,18,22/ /07*;5,15,19,22/ ,48,52/ ,47/07;5,30/ /07;18,33,48,52/ ,47/07;15,18,29,52/ / N19,N48/ N5,N19,N30,N33, N48/ N42/07;N13,N19,N22, N25,N33,N48/08

18 NM 52/08 SECTION I CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,33,44/ ,19,30,31,33,48/ ,40,45/07;10,19,20, 39/ ,45,47/07;18,39/ ,33/ /07;13,18,46/ /07*;13/ /07;46/ ,40,45/07;18,20,39, 43/ ,48/ ,40,45/07;17,20,39, 43/ ,44/ /08* *,38,43/ /08* *,26,38,41,43/ ,48/ *,26,30,38,41,43/ *,30,38,39,41,43,52/ N4,N9,N12,N16,N36, N39,N41,N49,N52/ ,44,48/ / / *,16,36,39/ ,26,27,36,39,49/ ,6,16,22,24,27,36,39/ ,40,41/ ,24,41/ /08* ,12,16/ / *,39,49,50/ /07*;11,16,39,49, 50/ /07;9,39/ /07*;4,9,31,36,38,49, 50,52/ N48/07;N3,N4,N9,N31, N36,N38,N39,N42,N45, N47,N49,N50,N52/ /07*;5,16,31,38/ *,9,35,38,39,52/ /08* ,35,50,52/ *,49,52/ *,41/ /07*;4,23,45,47,50/ /07*;6,30,42,50,52/ /08* *,41/07;3,5,9,13,26,27, 28,35,39,43,46,49,51, 52/ *,49/ /07;9,13,35,49/ *,42,45,46,51/ *,30,31,35,45/ *,31,42/ ,48/07;8,13,18,27,31, 36,41,45/ ,13,18,31,36/ /07;8,13,27,41,45/ *,46,51/ ,26,27,39,51/ /07;2,5,9,13,16,22,26, 27,28,43,51/ *,22/ /07;9,17,27,30,40, 41/ / /08* *,21,40,46,50/ ,11,12,20,21,30,35, 43/ ,20,24/ *,47/ *,46,49,50,52/ /08* ,40/07;3,16,26,30,39, 46,50,52/ ,25,36/ ,48/07;17,18,30/ /07*;20,41,45/ ,44/07;30,40/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,44/07;12,17,18,30/ ,50/07;9,12,22/ *,49/ *,49/ /07*;19,22,24,30,31, 49/ *,24,43,45,49/ *,35,36,39,45,46/ *,51/ /07;6,12,13,18,36,46, 52/ ,12,18,42,46/ / *,36,41/ /07;17,25,26/ /07*;42/ ,36,41,42/ *,37,49,50/ N37,N50/07;N8,N12, N24,N29,N30,N37,N38, N43,N49,N50/ *,30,46/ /07;16,19,21,22,24,30, 44,45,46/ ,19,21,24,25,39,45, 46/ ,21,25,28,46/ *,46,52/ *,41,46/ ,30,41,46/ ,30,35/ /07;18,23,30,35/ *,21,29,46,49,50/ /08* ,50,51/07;8,11,12,14, 16,22,26,29,48,49,50/ *,29,41,42,49,50,51/ ,52/07;25,49,51/ ,52/07;13,24,25,48, 51/ *,50/07;2,7,21,24,41, 49/ *,45,49/ *,49/ ,13,21,49/ /08* /07;12/ /07;13/ /07;13,20,26,31,38/ ,20,26/ ,26/ /08* / ,47,52/07;22,42,48/ *,22/ ,41/07;11,25,31,51/ /08* ,23/ /07;31,32,51/ *,41,51/ ,45/ *,51/ / ,42/ ,28,42/ / /07;43/ ,16,22,25,31,46,51/ /07;8,43/ /07*;25/ / / / /07*;5,13,14,21,29,48, 49/ /07;14,22,42,48,49/ N22*,N25,N31,N39, N41/ /07;8,9,P9,10,11,12, 16,17,20,21,25,30,31,35, 36,37,38,39,41,49,50, 51/ /07;7,8,P9,10,12,16, 17,18,20,25,29,30,36,39, 41,44,45,50,51/ ,7,P9,10,16,17,20,25,36, 39,41,44,45,51/08 Chart I-3.2 Ed. Notice to Mariners ,7,12,16,20,24,29,36,39, 44,45,51/ N40,N42/07;N2,N7,N12, N16,N20,N24,N31,N36, N44,N45,N51/ / / ,14,16,43,49/ / /07*;49/ ,47/07;16,22,49/ /07;11,16,22,46/ ,16/ / N16/ *,37,38,41,44,51/ / *,32,44,46/ *,44,46/ / ,13/ ,50/07;11,21,31/ / / *,37,41,44,51/ *,44,51/ ,44/ /08* /07;12/ /07;12,22,26,44/ /07* /07;12,22,44/ /07;16/ /07;12,26/ ,20/ / / / /07;2,7,P9,10,16,17, 20,36,39,41,44,45,51/ N40,N49,N50/07;N2,N7, NP9,N10,N11,N16,N17, N20,N29,N35,N36,N39, N41,N44,N45,N51/ /08** ,7,16,20,26,29,30,36,44, 45,46,51/ *,45/ /08* ,19,20,26,31,44,46, 51/ *,51/ ,31,51/ /07;20,31,41,43,44/ ,45/ / / *,31/ ,11,13,31/ ,50/07;2,10,36/ /07;5,12,21,29,36/ /07;1,5,12,13,21,24,29, 36/ /07;1,5,12,13,21,24, 29/ ,44/07;5/ /08* ,22/ /07;12,22/ /07;12,22/ ,31,52/ ,50/07;1,10,16,25, 31/ / /07;1,16,25/ /07;16/ / ,31/ ,49/ ,52/ / ,13,52/ ,13,52/ / N41,N50/07;N13,N33/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners N49/07;NP9,N15,N17, N29,N35,N38,N40,N41, N47/ ,42/07;8,P9,10,16,17, 25,37,38,39,41,43,50/ N37,N42,N43,N51/07; N21,N39/ N42,N43/07;N21/ N37,N44,N50/07;N14, N39/ N42/ N44/07;N25,N39/ N40,N50/07;NP9,N15, N17,N21,N38,N39, N41/ N37/07;N21,N39,N43/ N49/07;NP9,N17,N29, N35,N40/ N42/08* N40,N51/ /07;36,39/ N49/07;N15,N37,N41/ N29/ N18/ NP9,N14,N17,N29, N35/ N35/07;N14,N22,N35/ N35,N40/07;N14,N22, N29/ N40/07;N14,N22/ N40/07;N14,N38/ N15,N38,N41,N47/ N15/ N41/ N22/ N11/ N41/ N15,N41/ N35/07;N15,N41/ N20*,N38/ N20/08* N15,N41/ N39/ /07;40/ N37,N41/ N38/ N41/ N50/ N50/ N15/ /07;14,38/ / N11*,N18/ N22/ N15/ N22/ / N13,N20,N33/ N13,N20/ ,22/ N22/ N48/07;N37/ N11/08* N48,N50/ N48/07;N21/ N32/08* /07;37/ N32/08* N5/08* N16/08* N33/08* N48/ N47/08* N21,N37,N43/ N43/ N44/07;N37/ / N22/08* / / /07;19/ ,43/07;16,18,19/ / /07;16/ / / /08

19 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / N38/ N42/07;N34,N38/ /07;19,34/ N47/08* N38/07* / / / /07** / ,34/ N20/ N6/08* / N46/08* / / / ,39/ / ,32/ ,45,46/ ,11,15,18,44/ / ,18/ ,11,18,28,33,37/ ,11,14,15,18,19,37/ /07*;9,11,28,37,42, 49/ ,47/ ,47/ ,22,46/ / ,30,51,52/ /08* *,42,44/ / ,10,11,44/ ,11,13,15,28,42,44, 46/ / /07*;27,46/ ,40,43,46/ ,14,22,41,45,49/ *,27,40,43,45/ ,46/ ,13,16,18,32,37,44/ ,16/ ,5,12,13,37/ ,36/ ,6/ ,15,29,51,52/ / ,20,44/ / / / ,31,45/ ,31,41/ ,12,14,29/ ,49/ / ,49/ / ,7,8,24,28,30,32,39,41, 43,45,50/ ,7,8,22,44,50/ /08* ,6,10,12,24,27,28,32,43, 49/ ,24,27,30,43/ ,5,12,13/ / ,7,23,26,31/ / ,25,28/ ,37,44,52/ ,9,50/ ,27/ ,31/ ,20,49/ ,49/ ,20,25,49/ ,10,14,15,28,32,40/ ,38/ *,51,52/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,32/ ,47/ / ,36,46/ / ,20,24,26,27/ ,41/ ,21,27,30,31,37/ ,6,29,40/ *,35,41,42/ ,6,11,41,51/ /08* ,38/ ,29,30,32,33,43,49/ ,15,21,38/ ,32,38/ / ,28,29,42/ ,25,28/ /07*;29/ ,43/ ,46/ ,20,31,32/ ,33/ / ,14,15/ *,50,51/ N36/ N16/08* N41/08* N46/07* /08** N42/08* /07;36/ N42/08* N46/07* N34/08* N46/07* N33/08* /08** / /07** / /08** /08** / /07** / /08** / N24/ /07** N47/08* N48/08* N20/08* N11/08* N16/08* N32/08* N5/ N11/08* N11/08* N5,N21/ N5/ N11/ N50/ N5,N11/ N11/ N27/ N5,N21/ *,49,50/ ,50/ /07*;49,50/ *,37,49/ /07*;11,17,19,49, 50/ ,27,28,42,43,49/ /07;18,19,20,21,26,27, 28,29,40,44/ /07*;41/ / / / / / /07;12,17,27/ ,17/ /08 Chart I-3.3 Ed. Notice to Mariners / ,17,22,27/ ,34/ / ,52/ / ,21,24/ ,21,24/ ,24/ / / *,49/ ,20/ /08* ,18,40/ ,12,18/ ,15,16,19,20/ / ,16,17,19,20,21,22,24, 27,28,30/ ,17,19,20,21,22,28,30, 32,36,44,50/ /08* *,42/ ,24/ /07* / ,28/ *,18,21,30,32,34,39, 40,43,44/ /07;39,40,43,44,47/ *,48/07;18,21,30,32, 34/ / ,18,34/ ,19/ ,44/ ,26,31/ ,26/ / / ,40/ /07;31,32,40,42/ /07;16,27,31,40,42, 52/ *,31,37/ /07;27,31,40,42,52/ /07;12,15,18,20,21,28, 29,30,32,36/ ,32,40/ /07*;30,32,36/ /07;12,15,18,20,28,29, 30,32,36/ /07;12,20,28,29,32/ /08* / ,40/ / *,13,18,21,23,25,40,42, 44/ / *,21,40/ ,40/ /07*;36/ / /07;23,28,30,31/ ,41,44/07;15,16,18,23, 24,28,29,30,31,34,40, 52/ /08* /07;18,23,29,40/ ,20,25/ / /07;3,26,32,38,43/ ,23,24,26,43/ N40/08* /08** ,21,22,29,32,34,39, 43/ / ,17/ ,29/ ,28/ ,30,42/ ,18,21,39,43/ / /08* Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners *,25,26,31,32,52/ / / ,48/ *,52/ *,52/ /07;11,18,19/ /08* /07* ,26/ ,23,25/ /07*;12,13,19,22, 24/ /07*;25/ *,52/ / ,34,37/ ,20,26,28,34/ ,31,42,50/ /08* ,21/ /08* ,18,19,28/ / ,6,9,12,15,17,18,19,20, 21,22,24,25,31,34,36, 52/ / ,52/ / /08* *,52/ ,17,19,21,22,27,36, 52/ N40/08* N42/08* /08** /08** /08** N42/08* /08** N41/08* N43/08* N41/08* ,16,18,19,48/ / / / ,28/ ,13/ / ,28,30/ /08** N23/08* N32/08* N41/08* N12,N42/ /08** ,32/ ,32,51/ N12,N29,N32,N42/ / N24/08* N1*,N10/ N35/ N42/ N1/08* /08** N12/ N10,N17,N43/ N41/ N23/ /08** / / ,23,26,34,52/ N50*,N51/07;N15,N23, N26,N34,N50,N52/ ,10,22,24,30,32,38,42, 43,48/ N49/07*;N7,N13,N18, N23,N34,N35,N50, N52/ N41/07*;N23,N34, N52/ ,51/07;7,8,10,18,22,24, 26,30,31,32,34,38,43/08

20 NM 52/08 SECTION I CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners N41/07*;N7,N8,N10, N18,N24,N26,N30,N31, N34,N38,N41,N43/ N49*,N51/07;N7,N13, N18,N23,N34,N35,N49, N51/ /07;4,7,13,18,23,24,34, 35,50/ N46/07;N19,N32/ *,51/07;7,13,15,24,26, 31,32,34,35,38,50,52/ ,51/07;7,9,13,15,23,25, 26,32,33,34,35,38,39,50, 52/ N18*,N38/ ,38/07;3,10,17,20,23, 31,32,33,35,43,47,50, 51/ /08** /08** N42/08* /08** /08** /08** *,20,23,27,35,42,47, 51/ N43/08* /07*;3,10,14,17,20,23, 27,29,31,33,34,35,47, 51/ /07;3/ /07;17,20,31/ / /07;10,17/ /07;8,20,23/ /07;20,23,51/ / ,27,47/ /08* N41/ N42/08* N40/08* N42/08* *,50/07;5,12,14,17,23, 27,29,30,31,32,33,34,38, 40,41,46,48,49/ *,14,23,29,30,33,34,39, 40,41,48,49/ / *,50/07;3,5,10,12,17, 22,23,27,29,30,31,32,33, 34,38,39,40,41,44,45,46, 48,49/ ,39/ *,31/ ,50/07;3,10,12,17,22, 23,30,32,34,39,46,48/ ,22,23,30,33,39,40,46, 49/ ,39,40/ ,30,38,39/ *,50/07;12,31,49/ N12,N17,N30/ N41/ ,32,45,48/ / /07;3,41/ N3/ ,17,33,43,50/ N17,N20,N27,N47/ /07;14,29/ /08* N26/ N16/08* / *,14,29/ N43/08* ,17,29,32,39,41,48/ /07;10,12,22,23,30,32, 33,34,39,40,46,49/ /08** /07;3,29,41/ ,32,39,41,48/ ,17,33,38,43,50/ / ,17,33,43,50/ *,42,43/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners /07;3,10,43/ ,10,32,43/ /07;17,24,34,40/ *,28,32,38,48,49/ ,15,24,32,38,42,43, 49/ /07;14,17,32,42,49/ ,32,38,42,45,49/ ,32,38,42,43,49/ /08* ,15,17,38,42,44,49, 52/ ,17/ / ,24,34,40/ ,48,50/07;8,17,24,34, 40,48/ /08* / /07;14,28,32,35/ ,48,50/07;5,8,14,22,28, 30,32,33,36,38,49/ ,17,28,38/ /07*;34/ ,46,48/ ,35/ / ,46/ ,7/ ,24/ /07;4,40,41/ ,49/07;4,7,18,33,40,43, 45/ ,39,40/ *,51/ /07;7,43/ N43,N45/ ,39,49,51/07;4,11,19, 28,29,32,33,35,36,39,47, 48,52/ *,11,19,28,29,32,35,36, 39,47,48,52/ /07;15,19,28,32,48/ *,49,51/07;2,4,11,15, 19,20,24,26,29,31,32,35, 36,37,39,47,48,52/ ,51/07;28,32,48/ *,31/ / /07;2,4,15,20,26,37/ ,4,15,37/ *,51/07;2,4,15,20/ ,46/07;26,46/ ,51/ ,51/ /07;7,34,39/ /07;7,34/ /07;20,26/ ,49,51/07;7,13,33,35, 49,51/ /07;4,13,40/ / ,34,52/ ,40,44/ *,42,44/ ,38/ /07;21,26,38,40/ *,47/ / /07;4,38/ / N15/08* ,51/07;4,9,15,24,26,30, 32,37,38,39,40,41/ N49*,N51/07;N9,N15, N26,N32,N41,N50/ ,46,49/07;11,26/ *,43/07;9,24,31,37,39, 41/ ,49/07;11,30/ *,48/ /07*;7,25,33,35,36,39, 40,42,44/ /07;51/ / ,39/ /08 Chart I-3.4 Ed. Notice to Mariners / N43*,N51/07;N25,N26, N32,N39,N50/ N6*,N15/ / / /07;26,30,41/ /07;50/ N43*,N51/07;N26,N30, N50/ N18*,N26/ ,30/ *,49/ ,41/ N18/08* N42,N45,N47/07;N5, N12,N13,N25,N33,N34, N35,N39/ ,42,45,47/07;5,13,15, 24,25,31,33,34,39,51/ ,45,46/07;5,P10,13,17, 21,24,33,41/ *,21,33,41/ ,45/07;24,25,31,32,33, 34,39,51/ ,45/07;P10,13,17,19, 21,31,32,33,34,39/ *,41/ *,42/ /08* *,24,34,51/ / ,24,34,51/ / / N42,N43,N45/07;N13, N15,N25,N27,N28,N31, N33,N34,N39,N51/ *,27,28,34,39,51/ ,45/07;4,25,28,31, 34/ /07;4,31/ ,35,39/ / *,51/ /07*;15,27,29,51/ N13,N36/ /07;28,31,36/ ,39/ /08* /07;14,22,51/ N38*,N42,N46/ ,30/ /07;29,30/ / N18*,N29,N30/ N50/07* P10,17,42/ P10,17,42/ P10,17/ P10,17/ /07;P10,17/ P10,17/ P10,17/ P10,17/ P10,17/ P10,17/ / / ,32/ ,19,24,26,32/ ,24,26,32/ / ,47/07;4,18,24,26,27, 33,41,46,47/ ,46,47/07;19,41,43,46, 47/ / /07;32,50/ / ,20/ /08* / ,47/07;18,46/ /07;18,46/ / /08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / / ,18,19,43/ ,19,24,26,39,42,52/ ,22,39,40,52/ / / ,47,52/ /07;18,24,26,27,33,41, 47/ /07;43/ /07;27,47/ ,40/07;26/ /07;26/ ,19,22,27,42/ / / ,22,26,27,39,40,41, 52/ ,26,41/ ,52/ / ,39,40/ ,26,41/ ,52/ ,40,52/ ,27,52/ ,52/ ,22,26,39,42,52/ ,40,52/ ,22,39,40/ ,27,42/ ,26,40/ / ,41/ / / / / / / ,17/ / N9,N18/ ,12,18/ ,18/ ,18/ N12,N18/ / N10,N18/ N12/ ,18/ / ,11/ / N11/ N11/ N12/ / N12/ ,19/ N10/ N10,N18,N20/ ,12,14,19/ N18/ / N12/ / N10,N12/ N11/ ,11,19/ N10,N18/ N11/ ,12,17,19/ ,12,17,19/ ,19/ / / / / / / / / / / /08

21 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / ,14/ / /07;28/ N49/07;N28/ ,31/ ,17,18,44/ ,18/ ,43,44/ ,14,20/ / ,28/ ,14,18,24/ ,28/ ,28,31/ ,31/ ,31/ ,31/ / / / / / / / / / / /07;15/ /07;15/ / / / ,20/ /07;18/ / /07;31/ / / / / ,43/ ,36/ ,36/ N31*,N43/ / / /07;4,23,42/ /07;4/ / / /07;24,42/ ,31,41/ ,41/ / / ,46/ ,28/ ,28/ ,51/07;4,8,28,41,42,48, 52/ *,47/ /08* /07;1,42,48,52/ ,50,52/07;1,5,42,47, 52/ N45*,N47/ ,41,52/07;1,4,22,24,25, 26,28,31,42,47,48,49, 52/ /07;42/ ,40,41,52/07;4,21,22, 24,25,26,28,31,42,47,48, 49,52/ /07;36,41,52/ ,37,41,50,52/07;7,8,9, 10,15,19,36,41,52/ ,37,40,50,52/07;1,4,7, 9,10,19,36,41/ ,50/07;1,7,8,10,15, 19/ ,37,41,50,52/07;4,7,8, 9,10,15,19,36,41,52/ / ,51/07;8,43/ / ,31,44,48/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners N47/07;N23/ /07;23/ / / /07;P9,17/ P9,17/ / ,18/ / ,30/ / ,17/ ,31/ / / / / / /07;11/ /07;12,15,22/ ,14,29/ ,49/ ,13,16/ ,15/ ,45/ /07;15,16,22/ ,19/ ,16/ ,44/ /07*;43/ ,24,44/ /07;15,16,22/ / / / / / / ,48/ ,52/ / ,16/ /07;4,51/ ,37/07;21,22/ / / / / / / / / / / N20,N33/ ,33/ ,33/ N20,N33/ / N20,N33/ N33/ N28/ / ,42,46/ N46/ /07;20,46/ / / ,28/ /07;28/ / ,37/ / / N49/08* / / /07;25,43/ ,30/ ,30/ / / /07;14,24/ ,42/ /07;42/ / /08 Chart I-3.5 Ed. Notice to Mariners / / / / / / / / ,41/07;24,40,52/ N11,N51/ N4/ N21/ N4/ ,41/07;14,21,40/ /08** N40/07;N21/ N27*,N50/ N10/08* N32/08* N37/07* N6*,N40/ N40/ /08** /07** N39,N40/07;N24,N27, N38,N50/ N47/ N4,N47/ N52/08* N47/ N52/08* N52/08* N40/ N27,N51/ N4/ N50/ N4/ N46/08* N10/08* N11,N51/ N51/ N51/ N11/ N6/08* N49/08* N6/08* N6/08* N6/08* N10/08* N6/08* N6/08* N52/08* N38/07* N7/08* N7/08* N38/07* N4/ N38/07* N7/08* N39,N40/07;N11,N50/ N29/ N29/ N29/ N42/07* N46/08* N11/ N40/07;N11/ N40/ N39/07;N39,N40/ N40,N44/ N4/ N24,N27,N50/ N3/ N3/ N8*,N11/ / /07** /07** /07** /07** /07** / N39,N40/07;N4,N11, N24,N38,N50/ N40/07;N27,N40,N52/ N39/07;N24,N27,N38, N50/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,40,47,51/07;5,30,40, 52/ N40/07;N24,N38,N39/ N38,N39/ N39/ N4,N50/ N39/07;N11,N50/ N39/07;N50/ N11,N50/ N40/07;N24/ N16/08* N16/08* N39/ N39,N40/07;N24,N27/ N4/ N27/ N21/ N21/ N21/ /07** ,41,44/07;30/ N21/ N21/ N10/08* *,40,49/ N27/08* N21/ *,35,49/ N39/07;N25,N45/ N39/ N39/ N39/ N25/08* N39/ N39/ N38/08* N38/08* N16/08* ,47/07;31,35,52/ N38,N40/ N4/ N40/ N35/ /07;6,7,32/ ,20,32,33/ /07;20,33/ N50/ N26*,N50/ N52/08* ,52/ N52/08* N7*,N50/ N7/08* N39/ N8*,N50/ N8/08* N52/08* N16/08* N21/08* /08** ,51/07;16,32/ /08** ,32/ N26*,N38/ ,16,32/ /07;30/ N38/08* / ,40/07;5,P18,26,30/ / ,5/ ,40/07;4,5,30/ ,38,40,45,47/07;P18, 26/ / /07;P18,22,26/ ,40,44,45/07;7,P18,22, 26/ ,37,39,40,43,52/07;8, P9,17,P18,26,35/ N31/08* / ,46,51/07;10,29,35,38, 43,49/ *,50/ ,51/07;31,34,43,49/ N25/08*

22 NM 52/08 SECTION I CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / *,38,39/ ,36,46,48/ ,46,48,49/07;35,36/ ,47/07;37/ N36*,N39/ /07;29/ ,39/ / ,39/07;28,29,38,39/ N33/08* /07;28,29/ /07;3,8/ ,43,52/07;P9,17,P18, 26,35/ ,44,49/07;11,P18,26, 35/ ,36,40,41,43,45,52/07; 4,8,P9,17,P18,26,35/ ,38,47,49,51/07;1,9,11, 15,35/ ,51/ / /07;6,52/ N36/08* /07;6/ /07;8,52/ /07;39/ ,41/ / ,51/07;39/ ,24,31,35,38,40/ ,30,31/ / ,31,35,38,52/ /07;8,35,40,43,52/ ,50/07;8,40,43/ N42/07*;N43/ / ,48/ ,17/ ,7/ /07;17/ N17/ ,28/ N20,N30,N32,N33/ ,30,32,33/ ,19,32,33/ P18,26,27,48/ N31/ ,50/ ,52/ P18,26,30,49,51,52/ P18,26,48,51/ / ,48/ ,52/ / ,48,49,52/ / / / /07;34,44/ / / ,37,51/ ,37,43/ / ,51/ ,42,51/ / / / N43/08* / / N4/ ,43/ /07;46/ / /07;44/ / / / / /07;44/ ,43,50/07 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / ,44,49/ /07;42,44/ / / / ,42/07;11/ ,39/ ,39,42/07;11/ ,45/ ,37/07;10,52/ N25/08* ,45/ ,37,43/ /07;34,40/ ,42/ N17*,N52/ / / / ,39/07;49/ / ,39/07;49/ / / ,41,43,51/ /07;40/ / / ,41,49,51/ ,36,39,40,49/07;30,43, 44,45,48,51/ / / / /07;31/ /07;34,40/ ,47,48/07;40/ N37,N47,N48/ / ,45/07;9,17/ ,41,47/07;31,34,45, 49/ /07;9,17/ ,41/07;1,9,17/ N43/07*;N43/ N45/08* ,31/ / /07;29,31,34,38/ / ,38/ ,38,43,51/07;43/ /07;9,29,31,38/ ,37,38,42/07;9,10,11, 17/ ,37,38/07;9,11,17, 29/ / / / / / / ,37/ /07;41,42/ /07;41,42,43,44,48,51, 52/ ,42/07;41,42,43/ ,38,40,45,47/07;9,10, 11,17,42/ ,40,45/07;31,42,43, 44/ ,17,30,31,43,44,48, 51/ ,45/ / ,41,43/ ,43,49/ / ,49/ / / / ,45,46,49/ ,46/ ,46,47/07 Chart I-3.6 Ed. Notice to Mariners ,49/ ,48/ ,51/ / / ,52/ / / ,40/ / / / ,42/ / / ,46/ ,46/ /07;46/ ,41,44,51/07;45,48/ *,41,45,46,47/ / N45,N46,N47,N48/ *,47/ ,41,42,46/ / ,45,47/07;45,46,48/ ,46/ /07;48/ /07;9,17,44,46,48, 52/ ,48/ /07;9,17,31,33,42,44, 45,48,52/ /07;29,45,52/ ,42,43,48/ ,42/07;9,17,31,33,42, 43,44,45,48,52/ ,48/ ,27/ / ,14/ / / ,41,44,45/ / ,45/ ,11,41,46,49/ ,11,49/ /07;5,6,9,14,18,51/ ,8,9/ ,8/ ,52/ ,51/ / ,41/ ,41/ ,41/ / / ,51/ / N38/ /07;8,19,35,52/ / / ,25,38/ ,25,38/ /07;35,38/ / ,40,44/ ,41,44/ / ,7,9,28/ / / / / / /07;5,8/ /07;8,30/ ,32,37/ /07;7,11,30,40/ /07;12,28,30/ N33*,N42/ ,8/ ,36/ ,36/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / ,19,31,33,36/ ,35/ ,18,34,36,37/ N31/08* ,31,36/ ,30/ ,30,35/ / ,28/ / N29*,N34,N37/ / N25*,N28,N34,N37/ ,31,36,38/ ,37/07;38/ / / /07;18,36/ ,19,51/ / / /07;26,43,51/ /07;10,20,26,47,52/ / / / /07;6,7,9,10,20,22,26, 35,38,43,47/ ,51/07;5,6,14,16,18,24, 33/ / ,51/07;4,6,12,17,26, 45/ ,6,14,25,36/ ,25,36/ / / /07;5/ / /07;17,31,45/ /07;9,15,25,45/ ,45/ ,42,52/07;16,21,23,25, 37/ /07;16,23,25,28,30,31, 37/ ,44,52/07;21,23,31,32, 33,43/ /07;21,33/ /07;38,46/ / ,39,42,43/07;5,16,20, 22,31,33,43,46/ ,9,22,38,46/ N13/08* ,10,34,47/ N25*,N42,N49/ ,43/07;35,49/ N35/ /07;22/ ,47/07;6,14,40,42, 48/ / ,11,14,16,18,22,24,33, 46,49/ ,22/ / / ,13,14/ / / ,15,26/ ,16,18,24,46/ / ,11,16,21,22,24,46/ /07;7,9,16,20,22,28,36, 40/ ,28,34,36,40,49/ ,49/ /07;20,26,36,38,48/ ,9,10,22,35,38,40,41,43, 52/ / ,11,46,52/ / ,16,21,35,47,52/08

23 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / / / / N41/07*;N46/ N46/ /07;35/ /07;16,21,26,43,47/ / ,47,49/ /07;26/ ,38/ ,47/ / ,34,42,50/ ,14,42,48/ / / ,50/ /07;18,27,34,42,50/ ,18,27,34,50/ / / / / ,21/ ,11,18,41,42/ /07;46/ ,9,15,18,20,41,43,52/ N9,N11,N15,N24,N41, N42,N46,N48,N52/ / /08* ,15,28,50,52/ N22*,N44/ /07;42,44/ ,44/07;15,28,41,47, 52/ /08* /07;18,20,28,47,50, 52/ ,40/07;9,15,20,41,47, 48/ ,37,40,44/07;9,14,15, 20,24,41,48,52/ ,44/07;6,14,15,20,21, 24,30,41,46/ ,37,44/07;6,9,14,15,24, 41,46,52/ /07;6,12,15,16,20,21, 25,26,28,30,43,49,52/ /07;7,9,10,15,20,21,28, 35,38,43,48,50,52/ /07;6,7,15,21,28,30, 48/ /07;30,35,41,43,47,48, 51/ ,44/07;6,16,18,25,26, 28,35,37,43,52/ /07;35,37/ ,44/07;6/ / / / / ,17/ ,47,50/ ,45,47,49,50,51/ ,44,47,51/ ,47,51,52/ / ,43,51,52/ ,48,50,51/ ,43,47,48,49,51,52/ ,45,47,49/ ,47/ ,45,49/ ,45/ ,48/ ,41,43,44,45,47,51/ ,49/ ,43,45,46,47,51/ ,44,45/ / / / /08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,51/ ,49,50/ ,51/ ,44/ / ,44,47/ ,41,43,45,47,48,51, 52/ ,46/ ,44,45,47,48,50/ ,45,46,47,49,50/ ,44,46,48,49/ / ,47,51/ ,40,41,43,45,47/ ,43,49,52/ ,51/ /07;30,44,48,51/ ,51/ / /07;30,52/ / / / ,43/ ,21,30,44,48,49,51/ / / / ,49,51/ ,34,44,46,47,49,50, 51/ / /07;41,49/ / / /07;5,34,46,48,50/ /07;23/ ,48,50/ ,48,51/ ,48/ /07;46,50/ / ,46,48/ / /07;5/ /07;5,11/ / ,9/ / / /07;30/ / / / / /07;30/ / / ,48/ / ,49/ / /07;45,46,47,49/ ,45,49/ N51/08* ,45/ / ,48/ /07;45,46/ / N38/08* / / /08* /07;35/ /08* / / ,40/07;35/ / ,41,45,49/ ,46/ ,42,43,46,48/ /07;10,21,26,43,47, 51/ /07;29,31,35,43,47/08 Chart I-3.7 Ed. Notice to Mariners / / /07;37/ / / /07;8,22/ / / ,48/07;9,31/ N8/08* N8/08* ,47/07;9,31,41/ / / ,16/ ,47/07;9,31,41/ / / / / ,30/ / /07;36,39,40/ ,39,40,41,43/ / /08* /08* /07;20,22/ / /08* / / / / / / /08* /07;31,35/ / /07;31/ / /08* /08* / / / / ,41/ ,40/ / ,20,38,40,41/ ,41/ ,43/ ,41/ ,40,41/ ,14,38,40,41,43/ ,13,38,39,40/ ,38,39,40,41/ ,38,41/ / ,43/ ,36,38,39,40,41/ ,38/ / ,36,38,39,40,41/ *,39/ N11,N20,N38,N39/ *,36,38,40/ ,36,38,40,41/ *,38/ N35/07*;N38/ *,12,14,36/ N12,N14,N35,N39/ N50/07*;N12,N35/ ,41/ / / / /07*;36/ /07* N50/07* N50/07* /07;1,45/ /08* / /07;1,45/ /07 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / / / / / /08* / / / /08* / / ,38/ /07;3,7,9,17,26,29,38, 39,42/ N37/07;N3,N7,N9,N17, N26,N29,N38,N39, N42/ / / ,45/07;7/ / / /07;35,43/ / / ,43/ /07;41/ / / /07;41,48/ / / /07;8,27,39/ /07;3,28/ /07;43/ /07;3,28/ / ,38/ /07;3,28,38/ /07;28,30,38,43/ N45/07;N28,N30,N38, N43/ /07;28/ /07;30,43/ / ,38,43/ N43/08* ,50/07;29,31/ / / ,47/07;22,39/ ,48/ ,39/ ,31/ ,47,50/07;31,43/ / ,50/07;22/ /07;22,41/ ,41/ / / / / *,48/07;5,24,40,41, 45/ /08** /07*;24,48/ /08** /08** ,41,48/ / N8*,N43/ ,31/ / ,48/ / / / ,47,50/07;31,41,43/ / / /07;17/ ,45,47/07;3,7,9,17,22, 26,29,39,41,43/ /07;3,5,7,9,22,24,25, 26,39,41,42/08

24 NM 52/08 SECTION I CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,47,50/07;43/ /07;17/ ,47,50/07;29,30,31,41, 43/ N41,N47,N50/07;N29, N30,N31,N41,N43/ / ,47,48/07;3,7,8,17,21, 22,26,39,41,42,48/ N37,N47,N48/07;N3,N7, N8,N17,N21,N22,N26, N39,N41,N42,N48/ /07;3,7,9,22,39,41, 48/ N37/07;N3,N7,N9,N22, N39,N41,N48/ /07;5,9,16,24,25,42, 48/ N48/07;N5,N9,N16,N24, N25,N42,N48/ /07;3,7,9,22,26,39,41, 48/ / / ,41,48,50/07;9,16, 24/ ,50/07;9,43/ /07;16/ /08* N46/08* / / /07;4,20,24,49/ ,29,32/ ,23,24,39/ / ,32,38/ N32/08* /07;4,30/ /07;4,43/ ,51/07;10,13/ ,47/07;30,43/ ,30,38/ /07*;19,24/ / / /07*;24/ ,24,49,50/ N13*,N24,N49,N50/ ,49,50/ / / N37/08* N34/08* ,50/ / / ,24/ ,24,39/ / N18/ / *,47/ / N18/ ,32/ ,32/ ,50/07;20/ /07;20/ /07;20/ / /08* *,32/ /07*;32/ /07;32/ / / ,32/ ,45/07;13,16,28,45, 46/ / /08* /07;7,19/ ,39,41,44,45/07;23,24, 31,35,40,44,46,47/ /07;7,18,19/ /08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners ,9/ N6,N9,N32/ ,9,32/ /08* ,29/ / N35/07* N39*,N43/ N39*,N43/ ,40,44/ / / / ,19/ /07;7/ / / / /07;7,8,9,18/ /07;9/ /07;7,18/ N19,N41/ ,17,29,30,41,45,46, 52/ *,34,39,45/ ,19,34,41/ /07;7,13,20,25,34,35, 41/ N37/08* / N8,N10,N13,N16/ N43*,N45/ N7*,N13,N16,N17,N19, N25,N26,N30,N35,N41, N45,N46,N52/ ,8,10,11,16,20,21,25,34, 38/ N1*,N16,N17,N21,N30, N38,N41,N45,N46, N52/ ,13,16,21,45,46/ N42*,N43/07;N13,N16, N19,N26,N35,N45, N46/ ,28,29,41,45/ ,28,44,45/ *,26,34,45,46,52/ ,46/ / / *,28,44,45,47,52/ *,21,43,45,46/ ,45/07;13,29,41/ ,43,45/07;19/ /07;6,19,32/ ,43,45,46/07;31,36/ / ,43,46/07;31/ /07;31/ / N50/07* ,38,39/07;9,16/ ,38/07;9/ /07;47/ ,39,42,45,47/07;9,20, 47/ ,39,40/ ,38,39,40/ / ,7,9,13,46/ ,48/07;1,9,24,35,46/ / / / / ,11/ / / /07;3,11/ ,11/ / / / / / / /08 Chart I-3.8 Ed. Notice to Mariners / / / / ,48/ / / /07;10/ / / / / / / /07;36/ ,25/ / ,24/ /07;36/ / / / / / / / / / / / / ,46/07;3,14,15,22,30, 52/ ,35/ /07;3,14,22,27,40, 52/ ,25,27,37,48/ / / / N36*,N37/07;N30/ ,25,30/ N30/ N36/07* N36/07* N36/07* N36/07* N36/07* /07** N35/07* N35/07* N35/07* /07** N35/07* N35/07* N48/ / / / N22/08* ,35/ / N30/ N22/08* N30/ /07;22,30/ N22/08* N30/ N22/08* /08** / N30/ N16*,N22/ N16*,N22/ / N50/ /07** N22/08* N35/07* / N35*,N37/07;N6,N48/ N22/08* /07** N48/08* /07** N35/07* N43/08* Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners N35/07* N35/07* /07** /08** /08** N35/07* N51/07;N6,N48/ N48/08* / /08** N35/07* /08** N48/08* / N48/08* / / / / ,30/ ,30/ ,30/ / /07;9/ N44,N45/ /07** / /07** N36/07* N36/07* N46/ /07** ,52/ / N42/08* ,19/ / N22/08* N20*,N22/ N22/ N22/08* /07;22,26,28/ N25*,N28/ / / / / N51/ N38/ N48/08* N38/ N38/ N25/08* N21/ / ,41,42/07;13,22/ ,22/ / / / / ,44/ / ,30,52/ *,42,43,47/ / / / /07;13,17,24,38/ N13,N19,N20,N52/ ,37,42,43,47/ /08* N35,N46/07;N32,N37, N42,N43,N52/ /07;32,37,42,43,47, 52/ /07;30,41/ /07*;23,37,52/ ,46/07;29,32,37/ /07*;23/ /08* /08* /07* /07* /07* / /08

25 SECTION I NM 52/08 CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners /08* /08* / / / ,24,27,52/ ,25,35,37,48/ ,25,35,37,48/ / / / ,27,35,48/ / / / / /07;3,35/ / ,48/ / / / / / / / / / ,44/ / / / ,44/07;7,12,16,18,19, 30,31,38,48,52/ ,44/07;7,16,18,19,30, 31,52/ / /07;10/ / / / / / / / /07;36/ / / / / / / / *,21,27,31,33,51,52/ ,41,45,50/07;6,9,23,31, 44,47/ /07;6,9,23,31,44/ /07;13,46/ /07;13/ ,50,51/ / *,42/ *,51/ / ,43,45/07;36,47/ / N50/07* /07;24/ ,41,50/07;40,47/ N45/08* /07;22,47/ ,50/07;19/ ,44/ N40*,N45,N50/07;N6/ ,9/ / / /07;9,48/ / ,52/ / / / ,13,24/ /07;3,8,24/ N9/ /07;13/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / / / /07;28,42/ /07;21,31,42/ /07;31,47,48/ ,51/07;26,42/ N51/07;N26/ / N24/08* ,51/07;24/ ,18,27,40,46/ *,48/07;4,17,28,31,37, 40,43,45,51/ N32*,N37,N39,N47, N51/ ,28/ /07;17,27,28/ ,40,41,42,48,50/07;21, 26,27,28,31,33,34,37,40, 43,51/ N19*,N25,N33,N37, N51/ N7*,N43,N51/ N50/07*;N33,N43, N51/ ,33,40/ ,43,44,49/07;7,10,12, 16,18,30,31,33,34,38,41, 46,52/ ,49/07;10,27,29,31,34, 38,41,46,48/ ,43,52/07;6,8,10,13,16, 25,26,28,30,32/ /07;1,3,7,12,16,18,24, 26,28,39/ /07;7,18,19,52/ / /07*;12,14,15,16,31, 36/ ,40/ ,31,36/ ,51/ /07;7,10,15,38,52/ ,38,39/ ,48/ ,48/ /07;9,16,26,29,31,33, 38,48/ /07;16,26/ /07;10,16,26,31,48/ N49/08* /07;10,16,31,48/ *,49,51/07;24,31,33, 34,37,41,46/ /07;43,51/ /07;37,46,52/ ,49/07;19,24,27,33,37, 51/ /07;21,22,33,52/ / /07;18,24,28,33/ ,18,33/ N18,N22,N28,N31,N33, N37/ N37/ N43/07;N7,N34/ N43/07;N9/ ,34,39/ /07;28/ /07;7,17,26,46/ N40*,N46/ / N34/08* / ,26,39/ ,24,40/ /07;7,10,21,22,23,28, 31,43/ /07;10,21,23,31,43/ N16,N26/ / /07;3,12,15,18,22,24, 26,28,33,37,39,46,51/ ,24,37/ ,37/ N51/08 Chart I-3.9 Ed. Notice to Mariners /07*;24,37/ /07;27,32/ /07* ,19,46/ ,26,46/ ,26,38,40,43/ N3*,N13,N19,N46/ *,9,10,13,16,30,40,42, 46/ ,20,40,46/ ,46/ ,42/ ,34,51,52/ ,51,52/ N49/08* *,10,13,26,45,52/ /07;41/ ,41,46/ ,40,43/07;8,19,26,30, 42,45,46,49,51,52/ *,52/ N41/07*;N22,N40, N47/ /07;25,32,41,46/ ,38,40,41,45/ ,49/ N38,N41/ ,30,38/ ,26,30,36,38/ / ,22,36/ ,40,47/ ,40/ /07;8,18,25,32,38, 45/ ,13,18,24,34,36,38, 49/ / ,36,45/ ,36,38,40,45/ ,19,26,38/ /07;11,18,29,36,45/ ,36/ / / ,41/ ,43,45/ /07;17,20,29,45/ ,20/ ,17,21,32,33,38/ / / /07;27/ /07;16/ N8/ /07;22,28,32/ ,27/ ,28,32/ ,24/ /07;21,27/ ,22/ ,20,27,28/ / / ,15,27,28/ /07;19,22,27/ / ,38/ ,27/ / /07;32/ / /07;42/ / / / / / / / / ,32/ ,32/ / / / ,21/08 Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners / ,18/ / ,14,17/ ,28/ /07;17,18,21,22,32, 33/ / /07;21,32/ / ,33/ ,17,28/ / / /07;18,24,27,32,33/ / ,52/07;11,15,28,32/ ,33/ ,20,22,32/ ,21/ / ,22,32/ / /07;17,20,32/ ,32/ / /07;17/ ,20,32/ N36/08* N32/08* ,20,32/ / / ,20,32/ ,38/07;7,17,46,52/ ,38/07;7,17,25,46, 51/ / ,38/07;7,46,51/ ,51/07;24,28,46,51/ /07;17,25/ ,30,46,51/ ,52/ ,13,32,52/ / ,19,25,30/ / ,30/ / ,18/ / / N43/08* /08* ,24/ ,21,24,25/ ,19,21,24/ ,24/ / /07;16,21/ ,24/ ,16,18,25/ ,22,24,25,30/ ,18/ N33/08* / / ,19/ ,19/ *,30/ ,18,19,24,29,30/ ,24,30/ ,27/ ,24,30/ /07;19/ /07;19,22,24,27,28, 32/ ,24,32/ / /07;16,19,28/ ,28/ / ,27/ N33/08* / / ,24,32/08

26 NM 52/08 SECTION I CHARTS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS NM 35/07 THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: N indicates Not For Sale; P indicates Preliminary; T indicates Temporary; * indicates New Edition/New Chart; ** indicates Chart Canceled Chart Ed. Notice to Mariners N25/08* ,27,28,32/ ,50/07;11,15,28,32/ ,47,50/07;28/ N24/08* / / /07;18/ ,17/ ,27/ /07;18,28,32,33/ ,47/07;15,28,33/ ,32,33/ N49/08* / N48/08* / ,32/ / N17/08* / ,19,27/ /07;15/ / / /07;3,8,10,16,25,30,32, 38/ ,28/ / ,17,25,28/ / /07;7,11,17,19/ /07;15,16,19,22,25/ ,30,38/ /07;3,7,9,17,30/ ,12,17/ ,9/ / ,12/ / / ,12,25,32,38/ N33/08* ,10,32/ / /07;12,19,27,33,48, 49/ /07;12,27,48,49/ /07;48,49/ ,47,51/ ,49/ N48,N49/ / / /07;9,26,29,31,33,38, 48/ / / N42/07;N14,N15,N22, N27,N29,N51/ N52/ N13/ N37,N52/ N13/ N34/ N29,N30/ N45/ N41/ N16/ N21/08 I-3.10

27 SECTION II NM 52/08 NGA/DLIS CATALOG CORRECTIONS Note: Underlining indicates that column in which a correction has been made or new information added. Edition NGA Ref. (National Stk. ) Title Scale = 1: Date Price Category NTM REGION 3 35XHA35028 (INT 1551) ( ) 35BHA35035 (INT 1544) ( ) UKHO 1627, Harbours on the East Coast of England 1 8/08 UKHO 52/08 Plans A: Sunderland N W N W B: Warkworth Harbour N W N W C: Continuation of River Wear N W N W D: Seaham N W N W 10,000 15,000 10,000 12,500 UKHO 734, Firth of Forth Isle of May to Inchkeith 50, /08 UKHO 52/08 35BHA35037 (INT 1545) ( ) UKHO 735, Firth of Forth-Approaches to Leith and Burntisland N W N W Plan: Leith N W N W 25, /08 UKHO 52/08 10,000 35AHA35093 (INT 1627) ( ) UKHO 1796, Barra Head to Point of Ardnamurchan 100, /08 UKHO 52/08 37BHA37039 ( ) 37AHA37051 (INT 1572) ( ) UKHO 1606, Thames Estuary-Fisherman's Gat to Princes Channel UKHO 1185, River Thames-Sea Reach N E N E 25, /08 UKHO 52/08 25, /08 UKHO 52/08 37AHA37062 (INT 1555) ( ) UKHO 109, River Humber and the Rivers Ouse and Trent 50, /08 UKHO 52/08 Plans A: Humber Bridge to Whitton Ness 50,000 B: Whitton Ness to Goole and Keadby 50,000 C: Keadby to Gainesborough 100,000 D: Goole 5,000 MISCELLANEOUS CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS DNCDXVDU ( ) TOD0X014 ( ) CDPUBQTLY ( ) CDPUBQTLY ( ) Digital Nautical Chart (DNC) - VPF Database Update (VDU) 86 10/08 DS 52/08 Central America/Caribbean Sea 5 11/08 DS 52/08 Pub 147, Caribbean Sea - Volume I (Enroute), /08 Pub 148, Caribbean Sea - Volume II (Enroute), /08 Price Categories effective 1 October 2008 A E G 6.00 D F H II-1.1

28 NM 52/08 SECTION II NGA/DLIS CATALOG CORRECTIONS CHS Canadian Hydrographic Service DS Distribution Limited GPO Government Printing Office NOS National Ocean Service UKHO United Kingdom Hydrographic Office DHO Danish Hydrographic Office AHS Australian Hydrographic Service * Not for sale or reproduction outside U.S.A. To locate the nearest FAA Sales Agents in your area, go to: Note: New editions cancel former editions. They include corrections published in the Notice to Mariners prior to the effective date of the new editions and/or important corrections from other sources. Mariners are warned against the use of obsolete charts and publications as new editions contain information essential to safe navigation; however, such new editions are not valid until their availability is announced in the weekly Notice to Mariners. For questions concerning the availability and distribution of announced hardcopy charts, users should contact the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) at or ; DSN ; Fax II-1.2

29 SECTION II NM 52/08 NAVIGATION PUBLICATIONS SAILING DIRECTIONS CORRECTIONS PUB Ed 2008 NEW EDITION (NGA) 52/08 PUB Ed 2008 NEW EDITION (NGA) 52/08 COAST PILOT CORRECTIONS COAST PILOT 6 38 Ed 2008 Change 5 LAST NM 46/08 Page 206 Paragraph 197, lines 6 to 9; read: Tuscarora Bay. In May 2008, the controlling depths were 5 feet in the entrance channel and between the piers to the Public Dock on the E side of the bay near the entrance, thence 3½ feet to the... (DD 11588) 52/08 Page 251 Paragraph 424, lines 1 to 11; read: In April 2008, the controlling depths were 25 feet through the entrance channel and mouth of the Black River to the Lorain Yacht Basin, thence 22 feet to the 21 st Street bridge (except for lesser depths to 17½ feet along the channel edges), thence 18 feet to the head of the project (except for lesser depths to 12½ feet at the head of the project.) The turning basin on the SW side of the channel, 1.6 miles above the mouth, had depths of 16 to 20 feet. The two turning basins at the head of the project, one on the N side and the other at the head, had depths of 13 to 16 feet and 7 to 10 feet, respectively. The depths in both... (DD 12180) 52/08 Page 306 Paragraph 131; read: Towage There is a tug (2,200 hp) available at Port Huron and service can be arranged for through Malcolm Marine ( ), 24 hours a day. The tug works on all lakes and is a very capable icebreaker. Rescue towing is also available for any size vessel on Lake Huron or St. Clair River. Workboats ranging from 300 to 2,200 hp are also available. Tugs for Port Huron are also available from Detroit. (See Towage under Detroit.) (DD 11537) 52/08 Page 319 Paragraph 118; read: Quanicassee River flows into the SE corner of Saginaw Bay. A marina is along the E side of the river about 0.5 mile above the mouth. Services and supplies available include: transient berths, gasoline, diesel fuel, pump-out, electricity, water, launching ramp, marine supplies, a 6-ton marine lift, and full repairs. The entrance to the river is marked by private seasonal buoys and has a reported approach depth of 4 feet. (DB 17419) 52/08 Page 332 Paragraph 277, lines 5 to 8; read: from the NW. In June 2008, the controlling depth was 8½ feet in the entrance channel, thence depths of 8 to 10 feet were available in the basin. A mooring area... (DD 11580) 52/08 Page 333 Paragraph 293, lines 8 to 17; read: river. In June 2008, the controlling depths were 18 feet (21 feet at midchannel) in the entrance and through the river mouth to the turning basin (except for shoaling to 12 feet in the right outside quarter of the channel just NE of Cheboygan River Light 4 and to 15 feet in the right outside quarter of the channel opposite the turning basin), thence 17 feet to just below the State Street bridge, thence 5 feet to the lock at the head of the project; the turning basin had depths of 18 to 21 feet. (DDs ; LL/07) 52/08 Page 336 Paragraph 331, lines 6 to 7; read: entrance. In June 2008, the controlling depth was 8 feet. (DD 11856) 52/08 Page 339 Paragraph 362, lines 9 to 12; read: Marquette Island and Little La Salle Island. In June 2008, the controlling depths were 3 feet in the channel along the N side of Marquette Island (except for a 2-foot shoal along the W side of the channel in about 45º59'25"N., 84º24'08"W.), and 4 feet in the channel to the W and... (DDs ; 46/08 CG9) 52/08 Page 353 Paragraph 116, lines 18 to 21; read: toward North Manitou Shoal Light. In July 2008, the controlling depth was 24½ feet in the dredged channel. The channel through Grays Reef Passage on... (DDs ) 52/08 Page 358 Paragraph 182, lines 5 to 8; read: by lights; a fog signal is at the N outer end light. In August 2008, the controlling depth was 11 feet in the entrance channel. The... (DD 11866) 52/08 II-2.1

30 SECTION II NM 52/08 COAST PILOT 6 (Continued) Page 360 Paragraph 213, lines 1 to 2; read: In June-September 2008, the controlling depths were 16½ feet (21½ feet at midchannel) in the entrance channel and... (DDs ) 52/08 Page 361 Paragraph 238, lines 6 to 7; read: is subject to extensive shoaling. In July-August 2008, the controlling depth was 10½ feet between the piers and revetments... (DD 11968) 52/08 COAST PILOT 6 38 Ed 2008 Change 6 Page 264 Paragraph 600, lines 10 to 15; read: of the diked disposal area. In April-May 2008, the controlling depths were 4½ feet in the entrance and through the mouth of the creek for about 0.7 mile (except for shoaling to less than a foot along the left side of the channel between Buoy 11 and Light 15), thence 2½ feet to the head of the project. (DDs ; BP ; LL/07) 52/08 Page 349 Paragraph 60, lines 1 to 4; read: In April-June 2008, the controlling depths were 17 feet in the entrance channel to Round Lake (except for shoaling to 13 feet along the S side of the entrance channel just off the end of the S pier), thence 16 feet (DDs ) 52/08 Page 357 Paragraph 179, line 5; read: 2008, the controlling depth was 8 feet in the entrance (DD 11737) 52/08 Page 363 Paragraph 250, lines 6 to 14; read: lights; a fog signal is at the light on the S pier. In April-June 2008, the controlling depth was 26 feet in the entrance, through the outer basin and between the piers to Muskegon Lake (except for lesser depths to 23½ feet along the channel edges.) (DD 11738; DD 11133) 52/08 Page 389 Paragraph 481, line 9; read: mile from shore. A wreck, covered 20 feet, is 1 mile (FE 00502) 52/08 Page 392 Paragraph 515, lines 10 to 11; read: the Bridge Desk of the Chicago Department of Transportation, telephone /4201. (DD 12624) 52/08 Page 420 Paragraph 706; strike out. (CL 195/08) 52/08 Page 445 Paragraph 989, line 3; read: Menominee Shoal, a detached shoal with a least depth of 15 feet, is (FE 00511) 52/08 Page 450 Paragraph 1064, lines 4 to 5; read: dredged entrance channel is marked by a private 000 lighted range and a (FE 00511; NOS 14911) 52/08 COAST PILOT 8 30 Ed 2008 Change 4 LAST NM 42/08 Page 298 Paragraph 41, lines 4 to 8; read: uncover at about 10 feet and on which the sea breaks at practically all stages of the tide, is about 1 mile SW from the point. The passage between the rocks and the point may be used to take advantage of the prevailing N current when northbound on the E side of Chatham Strait. Attention should be paid to the current setting W, toward the rocks, just S of the point. (CL 1231/08) 52/08 Page 331 Paragraph 67, lines 2 to 3; read: Bay from West Crawfish Inlet. A rock covered 9¾ fathoms is in about 56 47'43"N., '24"W. (DD 12469; CL 1163/08) 52/08 Page 380 Paragraph 436, lines 1 to 2; read: A wreck covered 25 feet, is N of Indiana Shoals in about 41 46'05"N., 87 23'30"W. The wreck (FE 00502; NOS 14927) 52/08 Page 389 Paragraph 481, lines 4 to 5; read: about 4 miles off. A wreck, covered 14 feet, is about 0.3 mile N of the Calumet Harbor (H 11452; LL/07; NOS 14926) 52/08 II-2.2

31 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks BAY OF FUNDY TO CAPE COD (Chart 13260) 3 U of ME ODAS Lighted Buoy D N W Fl Y 4s Yellow Mount Desert Light N W Fl W 15s Granite conical tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). Operates continuously. 6 University of Maine Jordan Basin Lighted Buoy M N W Fl Y 4s Yellow Monhegan Island Light N W Fl W 15s White tower. Within 3 miles of island the light is obscured between west and southwest. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished Manana Island Sound Signal Station N W Brown brick house. HORN: 2 blasts ev 60s (3s bl- 3s si-3s bl-51s si) Seguin Light N W F W Brick conical tower. Emergency Light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. Two emergency lights may be visable from 340 and 160. HORN: 2 blasts ev 20s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-14s si) Halfway Rock Light N W Fl R 5s White tower attached to dwelling. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). Operates continuously. * Cape Elizabeth Light N W Fl (4) W 15s 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 7.2s ec White conical tower. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 60s (3s bl- 3s si-3s bl-51s si). Horn located 266 yards,146 from light tower. * * * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.1

32 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Goat Island Light N W Fl W 6s Brick conical tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). 125 Cape Neddick Light N W Iso R 6s White conical tower connected to dwelling. Lighted throughout 24 hours Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl). BAY OF FUNDY TO CAPE COD (Chart 13260) 155 Boon Island Light N W Fl W 5s Gray conical tower, connected to dwelling. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (2s bl). 243 University of New Hampshire Aquaculture South Lighted Buoy N W Fl Y 6s Yellow. Light is visible only when pens are raised MARBLEHEAD LIGHT N W F G Square skeleton tower; brown to gallery, black above. *Delete Heading: *GEORGES BANK AND NANTUCKET SHOALS (Chart 13200) * Northeast Gateway Support Vessel Mooring Buoy N W White with orange bands. Vessel support mooring buoy. 385 Boston Approach Lighted Buoy BG N W Mo (A) W 6 Red and white stripes with red spherical topmark. * 425 Boston Light N W Fl W 10s On white conical tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. Two emergency lights may be visible from 336 to 001 and from 156 to 181. HORN: 1 blast ev 30s (3s bl). * 500 Highland Light N W Fl W 5s White conical tower. Reduced intensity during nighttime hours when main light is extinguished. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.2

33 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks APPROACHES TO NEW YORK - NANTUCKET SHOALS TO FIVE FATHOM BANK (Chart 12300) 640 Block Island Southeast Light N W Fl G 5s Red-brick octagonal, pyramidal tower attached to dwelling. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. Emergency light is offset from main light. HORN: 1 blast ev 30s (3s bl). * 660 Montauk Point Light N W Fl W 5s White conical tower with red stripe. Emergency light Fl W 5s when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). 835 NOAA Data Lighted Buoy Johnson Bay Buoys mark fish pen area N W Fl (4) Y 20s Yellow. Aid maintained by NOAA Aquaculture Buoy E N W White with orange bands Aquaculture Buoy N N W White with orange bands Aquaculture Buoy W N W White with orange bands Aquaculture Buoy S N W White with orange bands Rogers Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy Rl N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow Rogers Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy Rl N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow Rogers Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy Rl N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow Rogers Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy Rl N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.3

34 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Buoy N W Green can. * Lighted Buoy N W Q G 4 Green. * * Buoy N W Green can. 985 WHITLOCKS MILL LIGHT N W Iso G 6s 32 5 SG on pile Buoy N W Green can. * Lighted Buoy N W Fl G 2.5s 4 Green. * NEW BRUNSWICK - GRAND MANAN CHANNEL NORTHERN PART (Chart 13394) 1040 West Quoddy Head Light N W Fl (2) W 15s 2s fl 2s ec. 2s fl 9s ec White tower with red stripes. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). MACHIAS BAY TO TIBBETT NARROWS (Chart 13326) Machias Bay 1120 Libby Island Light N W Fl (2) W 20s White tower. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl) Libby Island Light Station Mooring Buoy N W White and blue band. * * 1132 Starboard Island Aquaculture Lights (8) N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.4

35 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Eastern Bay 1390 Moose Peak Light N W Fl W 30s On white tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). Located 129 yards, 263 from light tower. * 1536 Pleasent Bay CG Mooring Buoy N W White and blue. * * 1865 Egg Rock Light N W Fl R 5s White tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity Fl R 5s when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si) Egg Rock Light Station CG Mooring Buoy N W White with blue band. * * 2197 Valley Cove Mooring Buoy CG N W White and blue. * * APPROACHES TO BLUE HILL BAY (Chart 13313) Blue Hill Bay Approach Mount Desert Light N W Fl W 15s Granite conical tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). Operates continuously. * 2295 Great Duck Island Light N W Fl R 5s White tower. Light partially obscured by trees from about 143 to Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). Operates continuously. Black Island Black Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy Bl N W Fl Y 2.5s Yellow. * Black Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy BL2 Fl Y 2.5s Yellow N W Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.5

36 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Black Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy BL3 Fl Y 2.5s Yellow N W Black Island Aquaculture Lighted Buoy BL4 Fl Y 2.5s Yellow N W 2436 Grays Mussel Farm Aquaculture Buoy 3095 DEER ISLAND THOROFARE LIGHT N W N W Fl W 30s Private aid Fl W 6s 52 8 White and black tower. Obscured from 240 to 335. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). Operates continuously. * 3455 EAGLE ISLAND LIGHT N W Fl W 4s White conical tower GREEN LEDGE LIGHT 4 On ledge west of western island N W Fl R 6s 31 5 TR on skeleton tower Fort Point Light N W F W White house. Lighted throughout 24 hours. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl). *3760 HERON NECK LIGHT N W F R 92 R 7 9 White conical tower. White sector from 030 to 063. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 30s (3s bl). 52/ Goose Rocks Light On ledge N W Fl R 6s W 12 White conical tower, black cylindrical foundation. White from 301 to 304. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl) Browns Head Light N W F W (2R sectors) 39 W 14 R 11 R 11 White clindrical tower. Red from 001 to 050, and from 061 to 091, fairway between. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl) Breakwater Light N W Fl W 5s Red brick tower. Lights also displayed during daytime when sound signal in operation. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.6

37 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * Bypass Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 2.5s Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * Channel Junction Buoy N W * * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * Bypass Channel Buoy N W * * * 4540 Two Bush Island Light N W Fl W 5s 65 W 21 R 15 White tower. Red from 061 to 247. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl). * 4580 WHITEHEAD LIGHT N W Oc G 4s 75 6 Gray granite tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.7

38 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks 4750 Black Ledges Buoy 3 NW of 6 foot spot N W Green can. * 4780 Marshall Point Light N W F W White clydrical tower. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. Lighted throughout 24 hours. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl). Monhegan Island Approach Monhegan Island Light N W Fl W 15s White tower. Within 3 miles of island the light is obscured between west and southwest. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished Manana Island Signal Station N W Brown brick house. HORN: 2 blasts ev 60s (3s bl- 3s si-3s bl-51s si) RAM ISLAND LIGHT N W Iso R 6s (2W sectors) 36 W 11 R 9 W 9 White tower. White from 258 to 261 and from 030 to 046, covers fairways. HORN: 1 blast ev 30s (3s bl). * 5486 The Cuckolds Light Station Mooring Buoy N W White with blue stripe, nun. * * * 5520 Burnt Island Light N W Fl R 6s (2W sectors) W 15 White conical tower. White from 307 to 316, and from 355 to 008, covers fairways. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl) Seguin Island Light Station Mooring Buoy A N W White with blue band. * * * 5665 HENDRICKS HEAD LIGHT N W F W (R sector) 43 W 9 R 7 White house. Red from 180 to DOUBLING POINT RANGE REAR LIGHT N W Iso W 6s 33 Wood conical tower. Visible 4 each side of rangeline. * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.8

39 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks 6145 DOUBLING POINT LIGHT N W Daybeacon N W TR on wooden spindle. Maintained from Apr. 01 to Nov. 01. Merriconeag Sound Approach * * Halfway Rock Light N W Fl R 5s White tower attached to dwelling. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si). Operates continuously. * Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Green can Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Red nun Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Green can Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Red nun Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Green can Mere Point Brunswick PD Boat Launch Buoy N W Red nun Cape Elizabeth Light N W Fl (4) W 15s 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 2.2s ec. 0.3s fl 7.2s ec White conical tower. Located 266 yards, 146 from light tower. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 60s (3s bl- 3s si-3s bl-51s si). Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.9

40 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks PORTLAND HARBOR (Chart 13292) Portland Harbor 7565 Portland Head Light N W Fl W 4s White tower. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 15s (2s bl) Ram Island Light Station CG Mooring Buoy A N W White with blue band. * * 7610 Spring Point Ledge Light N W Fl W 6s (2R sectors) 54 W 12 R 10 R 10 White tower. White from 331 to 337 covers fairway entrance, white from 074 to 288 ; red in intervening sectors. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl) Presidential Security Zone East Buoy White and orange nun Presidential Security Zone South Buoy White and orange nun Presidential Security Zone West Buoy White and orange nun Presidential Security Mooring Buoy White ball with blue band PIERCES ISLAND RANGE FRONT LIGHT 8360 PIERCES ISLAND RANGE REAR LIGHT 85 yards, 266 from front light N W N W Q G 59 KRW on skeleton tower. Visible 1.8 each side of range line. * Iso G 6s 66 KRW on skeleton tower. Visible 1.8 each side of range line. * 9855 Gloucester Breakwater Light N W Oc R 4s 45 6 White house and tower on brown square skeleton framework. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl). Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.10

41 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks 9895 TEN POUND ISLAND LIGHT Salem Channel N W Iso R 6s 57 5 White conical tower. Higher intensity beam up and down channel. HORN: 2 blasts ev 20s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-14s si) Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W Daybeacon N W SG on pile. TR on pile. SG on pile. TR on pile. SG on pile. TR on pile. SG on pile. TR on pile. SG on pile. TR on pile MARBLEHEAD LIGHT N W F G Square skeleton tower, brown to gallery, black above. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.11

42 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Deer Island Light On south end of spit N W Al W R 10s 53 W R 11 Red cylindrical tower; black cylindrical pier. Obscured from 112 to 186. Red danger sector from 198 to 222. HORN: 1 blast ev 10s (1s bl) DEER ISLAND DANGER LIGHT On south end of spit N F R W R 10 Red from 198 to 222. Chelsea River Chelsea Creek NSTAR Hazard Buoy N W White can with orange bands. Marked: DANGER CABLE CROSSING NUT ISLAND PIER LIGHT STROBE On pier. * Channel Lighted Buoy 38B N W Fl R 4s Red. Aids maintained from Apr. 15 to Oct Channel Buoy 38C N W Red nun Channel Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 4s Red Channel Buoy N W Channel Buoy N W Channel Buoy N W Red nun. Red nun. Red nun OLD SCITUATE LIGHT N W Fl W 15s 70 White tower with dwelling. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.12

43 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Plymouth Light N W Fl (3) W 30s (R sector) 0.12s fl 4.88s ec. 0.12s fl 4.88s ec. 0.12s fl 19.88s ec R 15 White, octagonal, pyramidal tower, white dwelling Red from 323 to 352, covers Mary Ann Rocks. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. HORN: 2 blasts ev 15s (3s bl). * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy A N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area" * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy B N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area" Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Lighted Buoy C N W * Fl W 4s White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy D N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * CAPE COD BAY (Chart 13246) Cape Cod Canal Approach Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy E N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy F N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy G N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy H N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Lighted Buoy I N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area" Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Lighted Buoy J N W * Fl Y 4s White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy K N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.13

44 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Pilgrim Power Plant Security Zone Buoy L N W White with orange bands,can. Marked "Restricted Area". * *Add Heading: *Provincetown Harbor Approach * WHOI TSS Research Lighted Buoy AB N W Fl Y 4s Yellow. Right Whale monitoring. 52/08 * WHOI TSS Research Lighted Buoy AB N W Yellow. Right Whale monitoring. 52/08 * WHOI TSS Research Lighted Buoy AB N W Yellow. Right Whale monitoring. 52/ Wood End Light N W Fl R 10s White square tower. Light may also be displayed during daytime when sound signal is in operation. HORN: 1 blast ev 30s (3s bl) Chatham Inlet Bar Guide Light N W Fl Y 2.5s NW on skeleton tower worded ROUGH BAR. Light flashing: bar condition two feet breaking seas or greater. Light extinguished: lesser sea conditions but with no guarantee that bar is safe Buoy N W Green can Buoy N W Green can Buoy N W Red nun Buoy N W Green can CAPE WIND METEORLOGICAL LIGHT TOWER MT N W Fl Y 4s 35 4 Monopole steel tower mounted on a pile supported platform marked "MT". HORN COMMON FLAT NORTH FISH TRAP LIGHT Q Y Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.14

45 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks EDDIE WOODS ROCK FISH TRAP NORTH LIGHT N W Fl Y 6s On pile. Maintained from Mar. 1 to Nov EDDIE WOODS ROCK FISH TRAP CENTER LIGHT N W Fl Y 6s On pile. Maintained from Mar. 1 to Nov EDDIE WOODS ROCK FISH TRAP SOUTH LIGHT N W Fl Y 6s 10 On pile. Maintained from Mar. 1 to Nov Nobska Point Light N W Fl W 6s 87 W 13 R 11 White tower. Obscured from 125 to 195. Red from 263 to 289, covers Hedge Fence and L Hommedieu Shoal. Lighted throughout 24 hours. Floodlighted sunset to sunrise. HORN: 2 blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si) Junction Buoy SB North of ledge. Green can with red band LIGHT W At west end of ledge N W Fl W 2.5s 34 6 NG on skeleton tower Buzzards Bay Entrance Light N W Fl W 2.5s Tower on red square on 3 red piles with large red tube in center, worded BUZZARDS on sides. Emergency light of reduced intensity when main light is extinguished. RACON: B( ). HORN: blasts ev 30s (2s bl- 2s si-2s bl-24s si) Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W * * Handy Point Shoal Buoy N W * Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.15

46 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W * Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W * Red Brook Harbor Buoy N W Round Cove Aquaculture Round Cove Aquaculture Lighted Buoy NW N W Yellow. * Acquaculture Lighted Buoy SE N W Fl Y 2s Yellow sphere. * Aquaculture Lighted Buoy SW N W Q Y Yellow sphere Aquaculture Buoy NW N W Yellow sphere SAKONNET LIGHT N W Fl W 6s 58 7 R 5 White conical tower on granite base. Red from 195 to Providence River Channel Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 2.5s 3 Red Speed Buoy N W * POMHAM ROCKS LIGHT N W F R 67 6 White octagonal tower attached to dwelling. Higher intensity beam up and and down stream. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.16

47 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Speed Dayboard B N W NW on pile PLUM BEACH LIGHT N W Fl W 5s White conical tower with black cupola Point Judith Harbor of Refuge Mooring Buoy Montauk Harbor MONTAUK YACHT CLUB LIGHT N W N W White sphere with blue stripe. 65 On lighthouse tower. Maintained year round. * East Harbor Buoy 1E N W Green can. * Buoy 2E N W Red nun. * Groton Outfall Hazard Buoy N W White with orange bands. * Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy A N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy B N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy C N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy D N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy E N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.17

48 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy F N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy G N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond Electric Boat Security Zone Lighted Buoy H N W Fl W 4s White with orange bands and diamond UPPER DIRECTIONAL LIGHT N W F W (G & R sector) 21 W 7 R 5 G 5 On pile. Shows green from to ; white from to ; red from to ; with a F W passing light DOCKOMINIUM LIGHT D At end of dock N W Q Y 9 SY on pier. * * Fivemile River Buoy 4A N W Red nun. 52/08 *25091 Fivemile River Buoy N W Green can. 52/ Inner Buoy N W Red nun Harbor Inner Channel Lighted Buoy 6 Red PLUM ISLAND HARBOR EAST DOLPHIN LIGHT N W F R On dolphin. Maintained from sundown to 0130 daily. Maintained by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Inlet Buoy 1 Green can Inlet Lighted Buoy 2 Fl R 4s 3 Red. Replaced by nun when endangered by ice Inlet Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 2.5s 2 Red. Replaced by nun when endangered by ice. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.18

49 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME I ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Inlet Lighted Buoy N W Fl G 2.5s 2 Green. Replaced by can when endangered by ice. Great South Bay Buoy N W * * * Buoy N W * * * Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 2.5s 3 * * Lighted Buoy N W Fl G 4s 3 * * Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 6s Buoy N W * * * * * Lighted Buoy N W * RANGE FRONT LIGHT N W Q W (G sector) (R sector) 44 G 5 W 5 R 5 KGB (E section) KRW (Main section) on skeleton tower on concrete base. Red from to Green from to RACON: C( ) Garrison Marina Upper Light N W F R Gray rectangular structure. Maintained from May 15 to Oct FERRY DOCK WEST LIGHT 19 Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.19

50 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME II ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Broad Creek ENTRANCE LIGHT N W Fl G 4s 15 4 SG on multi-pile structure MINE CREEK ENTRANCE LIGHT N W Fl R 4s 15 4 TR on pile. Light equipment removed from Dec. 1 to Mar Daybeacon N W TR on pile. Kedges Straits FOG POINT LIGHT 30 yards west of obstruction N W Q W 15 5 NB on multi-pile structure. Light equipment removed from Dec. 1 to Mar OKAHANIKAN POINT LIGHT N W Fl Y 6s 25 5 On concrete pile CHANNEL LIGHT N W Fl R 4s 16 3 TR on multi-pile structure South Basin Daybeacon N W SG on pile CHANNEL LIGHT N W Fl G 4s 15 4 SG on pile. Lighting equipment removed from Dec. 1 to Mar Paul Point Shoal Daybeacon N W SG on plile HEARNS COVE CHANNEL LIGHT N W Fl G 4s 15 4 SG on pile. Light equipment removed from Dec. 1 to Mar HEARNS COVE CHANNEL LIGHT N W Fl G 4s 15 4 SG on multi-pile structure MUDDY HOOK COVE CHANNEL LIGHT N W Fl R 2.5s 15 4 TR on multi-pile structure. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.20

51 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME II ATLANTIC COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Honga River Channel Warning Daybeacon A N W 15 4 NW on pile Tyler Cove Channel Daybeacon N W SG on multi-pile structure Daybeacon N W SG on pile OREGON INLET CHANNEL LIGHT N W Q G 15 3 SG on pile Oregon Inlet Channel Lighted Buoy 34B N W Fl R 2.5s 3 Red Oregon Inlet Channel Lighted Buoy N Q G 3 Green W Oregon Inlet Channel Lighted Buoy N W Fl G 4s 3 Green Channel Daybeacon N W TR on pile. CAPE HENRY TO PAMLICO SOUND (Chart 12205) Old House Channel Old House Channel Lighted Buoy 1H N W Fl G 2.5s 3 Green Buoy N W Green can. CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME III ATLANTIC AND GULF COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Lighted Buoy N W Fl R 2.5s 4 Red. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.21

52 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME III ATLANTIC AND GULF COAST, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks St. Johns River 9420 MOTHERS ARMS LIGHT WR N E 17 TR on pile. * Entrance Daybeacon N W TR on pile RANGE FRONT LIGHT N W Fl W 2.5s (Night) Fl W 2.5s (Day) On pile. Visible 0.5 each side of rangeline during the day, and 4 each side of rangeline at night. Lighted throughout 24 hours. * * * * RANGE REAR LIGHT 700 yards, 015 from front light N W Iso W 6s (Night) Iso W 6s (Day) On skeleton tower. Visible 0.5 each side of rangeline during the day, and 4 each side of rangeline at night. Lighted throughout 24 hours. * * * * CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME IV GULF OF MEXICO, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Lighted Buoy 14 Fl R 2.5s 3 Red Lighted Buoy 28 Fl R 4s 3 Red Lighted Buoy 21 Q G 4 Green with yellow triangle LIGHT feet outside channel limit N W Fl G 2.5s 17 3 SG on pile. Ra ref Daybeacon N W TR on pile. Ra ref Lighted Buoy 21 Q G 4 Green with yellow triangle. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.22

53 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME IV GULF OF MEXICO, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks ELLENDER TO GALVESTON BAY (Chart 11331) Port Arthur - Galveston Bolivar Peninsula Daybeacon N W TR-TY on pile. Ra ref Daybeacon N W TR on pile. Ra ref. CORRECTIONS TO C. G. LIGHT LIST, VOLUME VI PACIFIC COAST AND PACIFIC ISLANDS, 2007 (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks 196 NOAA Enviromental Lighted Buoy EB N W Fl (4) Y 20s Yellow disk-shaped buoy. Aid maintained by NOAA Units 7 & 8 Discharge Buoy N W White with orange bands and orange diamond. *3964 Scripps Waverider Research Buoy Station N W Fl(5)Y 20s Yellow shpere with whip antenna. 52/ LIGHT N W Q G 3 SG on pile. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-3.23

54 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO PUB 110, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Serranilla Bank. J N Fl.(2)W W period 20s fl. 1s, ec. 3s fl. 1s, ec. 15s White tower, red bands. * Isla del Tesoro. J N Fl.(2)W W period 25s fl. 1s, ec. 1s fl. 1s, ec. 22s White tower, red bands. * * Banco Salmedina. J N Fl.W W period 10s fl. 1s, ec. 9s Red and white tower. CORRECTIONS TO PUB 111, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Dodge Cove Range, front. G N F.Y W pile dolphin, orange daymark, black stripe. * Rear, meters G from front N F.Y W pile dolphin, orange daymark, black stripe. * * Baker Inlet. G N Fl.R W period 6s fl. 0.5s, ec. 5.5s White square skeleton tower. * Pitt Island. G N Fl.W W period 6s fl. 0.5s, ec. 5.5s White square skeleton tower. * Saunders Creek. G N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s White square skeleton tower. * * Ormiston Point, on E. shore of G 5741 Pitt Island, Grenville Channel N Fl.W W period 6s fl. 0.5s, ec. 5.5s White round tower. * Tom Island. G N Fl.(3)W W period 12s fl. 0.5s, ec. 2s fl. 0.5s, ec. 2s fl. 0.5s, ec. 6.5s White square skeleton tower. * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-4.1

55 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO PUB 111, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Europa Point. G N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s Square skeleton tower. * Spider Channel, N. end of G 5709 Spider lsland N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s Square skeleton tower. * * Amos Island. G N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s White round tower; Rugged Islands, N. point of N. G 5191 island Bedwell Island, S. end of islet. G N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s N Fl.G W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s White mast. * * 4 White round tower, green band at top; 17. * McNiffe Rock. G N Fl.W W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s White round tower, green band at top. CORRECTIONS TO PUB 112, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks *Change Heading to Read: *-Yokohama Ko: Kanazawa, E. breakwater, F 6380 head N E Iso.G. period 4s White round concrete structure; 36. * *Delete Heading: *-Nagahama: Nittu Honmoku Wharf Range, F front N E F.Y Pole, red and white bands, red triangular topmark; 59. * Rear, 200 meters 268 from F front N E F.Y Pole, red and white bands, red triangular topmark; 75. * * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-4.2

56 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO PUB 112, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks *Delete Heading: *-Yokohama Ko: Gravel Wharf, breakwater N F E Oc.R. period 4s lt. 3s, ec. 1s Red round concrete structure; / Light "A", breakwater, S. F head N E Mo.(U)W. period 8s Yellow aluminum pole; 17. * Light "B", breakwater, N. F head N E Mo.(U)W. period 8s Yellow aluminum pole; 17. * * Xiehe Oil Terminal, No 1. F N E Q.R PORT (A) R, beacon, topmark; 23. -RACON Q( ) 52/08 * "2" N F E Mo.(C)Y. period 12s SPECIAL Y, beacon, topmark; /08 * "3" N F E Fl.R. period 4s PORT (A) R, beacon, topmark; /08 CORRECTIONS TO PUB 113, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks SW. LANBY N Fl.W. A W period 4s fl. 0.5s, ec. 3.5s SAFE WATER RW. AIS (MMSI No ). - -RACON M( ) 12 * * Isola San Pietro, jetty, head. E N E Fl.Y. period 4s Yellow post; 23. Private light. 52/08 *10786 Castro, outer mole, head. E N E Fl.R. period 3s Red post. Private light. 52/ Off shore, E N E E Fl.(5)Y. period 20s fl. 1s, ec. 1s fl. 1s, ec. 1s fl. 1s, ec. 1s fl. 1s, ec. 1s fl. 1s, ec. 11s SPECIAL Y, beacon. * Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-4.3

57 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO PUB 113, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Nisos Salamis, NE. point N E E Fl.W.R. period 3s fl. 0.3s, ec. 2.7s 23 7 W. 4 R. 3 Metal framework tower; 13. W , R.-164, W.- 277, obscured elsewhere. * *Add Heading: *DHIAVLOS KNIMIDHOS: * Kammena Vourla Marina, NE E 4423 mole, head N E Fl.R. period 4s fl. 0.8s, ec. 3.2s Metal framework with gallery and column, red band; /08 * SW mole, head N E E Fl.G. period 4s fl. 0.8s, ec. 3.2s Metal framework with gallery and column, green band; /08 *Delete Heading: *DHIAVLOS KNIMIDHOS: Akra Knimis. E N E Fl.W.R. period 2s fl. 0.2s, ec. 1.8s 20 6 W. 6 R. 3 White hut; 17. W , R.-230, W /08 * Agios Serafeim, fishing E harbour, SE end N E Fl.G. period 3s fl. 0.3s, ec. 2.7s Metal framework with gallery, metal column and green band; /08 * NW end N E E Q.G Metal framework with gallery, metal column and green band; /08 *Add Heading: *NISOS SAMOTHRAKI: * Limenisko Therma, N. mole, E head N E Fl.R. period 3s fl. 0.3s, ec. 2.7s Metal framework, gallery and column, red band; /08 *Delete Heading: *NISOS SAMOTHRAKI: Akra Akrotiri. E N E Fl.W. period 5s Metal framework, gallery and column. Visible /08 *19090 Arkhipo-Osipovka. E N E Fl.W. period 3s fl. 1s, ec. 2s 8 Visible /08 Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-4.4

58 SECTION II CORRECTIONS TO PUB 115, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Hafnarfjorour, L N Dir.W.R.G W 13 W. 10 R. 2 G. 2 On roof of building. Fl.G , F.G , Al.W.G , F.W , Al.W.R , F.R , Fl.R * * CORRECTIONS TO PUB 116, LIST OF LIGHTS, 2008 EDITION (1) (2) Name and Location (3) Position (4) Characteristic (5) Height (6) Range (7) Structure (8) Remarks Bramowe, E. Haff mole, head. C 2695 Remove from list. Note: Asterisks (*) indicate that column(s) in which a correction has been made or new information added. Denotes a new entry when preceding the station number. II-4.5

59 NGA Reference SECTION II NM 52/08 PUBLICATIONS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: * indicates New Edition/New Publication; ** indicates Publication Canceled; N indicates Not For Sale Ed. Notice to Mariners NGA Reference Ed. Notice to Mariners NGA Reference Ed. Notice to Mariners NGA/DLIS CATALOGS CATCDLIMDIS Region *,12,13,14,15,16, 18,21,22,23,24,25, 26,27,28,29,31,32, 33,34,35,36,38,39, 40,41,42,43,45,46, 47,48,49,50,51, 53/05;2,3,4,5,6,8,9, 10,11,12,14,15,16, 17,19,20,21,25,26, 27,28,29,30,31,32, 33,34,35,36,37,38, 39,40,41,42,45,46, 48,49,50,51,52/06;1, 3,4,6,7,8,10,11,12, 13,14,17,19,20,22, 23,24,25,26,30,31, 32,33,34,36,37,38, 40,41,43,44,45,46, 47,49,50,51,52/07;1, 5,6,7,8,11,12,13,15, 16,17,18,19,20,21, 22,23,24,25,27,28, 30,31,32,33,34,36, 38,39,40,41,42,43, 44,46,47,48,50, 51/08 Region *,25,41/05;8,12, 13,14,20,23,25,26, 27,29,31,37,39, 42/06;3,10,12,13,21, 24,32,34,51/07;21, 31,34,45,48,49/08 Region *,12,13,14,16,17, 19,23,24,25,27,31, 32,34,35,37,40,45, 46,47,51/05;4,5,8, 12,15,17,18,20,21, 22,23,25,26,27,29, 30,32,40,42,43,47, 52/06;2,3,4,5,6,7,9, 11,12,13,14,20,21, 24,27,28,29,30,37, 38,42,44/07;6,7,8, 10,16,21,25,26,27, 31,32,33,36,37,38, 46,49,52/08 Region /05*;20,43/07;17, 20,25,43,45/08 Region *,14,18,20,22,23, 28,36,41,43,45, 49/05;4,5,7,9,10,12, 14,27,32,45/06;3,20, 23,25,28,30,31, 41/07;8,13,17,20,22, 25,29,31,33,36,38, 40,51/08 Region *,18,23,28,43,46, 52/05;5,7,10,12,14, 16,25,30,35,36,40, 41,42,43,45,50/06;3, 6,7,10,12,20,28,30, 33,35,39,41,42, 50/07;3,7,8,11,13, 15,20,22,32,34,37, 43,45,46/08 Region *,14,43,47,52/05; 12,14,15,17,18,19, 20,21,25,27,35,42, 45,46,47,48,49, 52/06;3,4,8,9,10,11, 12,13,14,15,16,17, 18,19,20,23,30,34, 35,36,39,42,50/07;1, 7,10,16,17,20,22,25, 26,37,42,43,48/08 Region *,23,53/05;15,16, 25,32,35,39,52/06; 10,20,23,39,40, 41/07;8,21,36,39,49, 51/08 Region *,43,47,52/05;2,4, 5,8,21,22,25,27,29, 32,39,40,42,45/06;3, 4,7,10,13,21,22,28, 29,34,38,40,41, 50/07;3,7,8,10,17, 19,20,24,25,32,33, 34,36,38,43,45,48, 49/08 Miscellaneous Charts and Publications *,12,13,14,15,16, 18,19,20,21,22,24, 25,27,28,29,31,32, 33,35,36,37,38,39, 41,42,43,44,46,47, 48,50,52,53/05;1,3, 4,5,6,7,9,10,11,13, 14,15,16,17,18,19, 20,22,23,24,25,26, 27,28,29,30,31,32, 35,36,39,40,41,42, 44,45,46,49,50,51, 52/06;1,3,4,6,7,10, 13,17,18,19,21,22, 24,26,27,29,30,31, 32,33,34,35,36,37, 38,39,40,43,44,45, 46,47,48,49,50,51, 52/07;1,2,3,4,6,7,8, 9,10,11,12,13,14,16, 17,18,19,21,22,23, 24,25,26,27,28,29, 30,31,32,33,34,35, 36,37,38,39,40,41, 44,45,46,47,48, 52/08 NGA LIST OF LIGHTS LLPUB *,26,28,30,31,33, 35,36,37,39,41,42, 45,46,48,49,51, 52/08 LLPUB *,52/08 LLPUB *,40,41,42,43,45, 46,47,48,49,50,51, 52/08 LLPUB *,48,49,50,51, 52/08 LLPUB *,29,30,35,38,39, 40,47/08 LLPUB *,49,51,52/08 LLPUB *,46,48,52/08 SAILING DIRECTIONS PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /07* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /07* PUB /07* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /08* PUB /07* USCG LIGHT LIST VOLUMES I - VII COMDTM *,47,48,49,50,51, 52/07;1,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9,10,11,12,13,14,15, 16,17,18,19,20,21, 22,23,24,26,27,28, 29,30,31,32,33,34, 35,36,37,38,39,41, 42,43,44,45,46,47, 48,49,50,51,52/08 COMDTM *,46,47,48,49,50, 51,52/07;1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,8,9,10,11,12,13, 14,15,16,17,18,19, 20,21,22,23,24,25, 26,27,28,29,30,31, 32,33,34,35,36,37, 38,39,40,41,42,43, 44,45,46,47,48,49, 50,51,52/08 COMDTM *,46,47,48,50,51, 52/07;1,3,4,5,7,8,9, 11,12,14,15,16,17, 18,20,21,22,23,24, 25,26,27,28,29,31, 32,33,34,35,36,37, 38,39,40,41,42,43, 44,45,46,47,48,49, 50,51,52/08 COMDTM *,46,47,48,49,50, 51,52/07;1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,8,9,10,11,12,13, 14,15,16,18,19,20, 21,22,23,24,25,26, 27,28,29,30,31,32, 33,34,35,36,37,38, 40,41,42,43,44,45, 46,47,49,50,51, 52/08 COMDTM /08* COMDTM *,47,48,49,50,51, 52/07;1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8,9,10,11,12,13,14, 15,16,17,18,19,20, 21,22,23,24,25,26, 27,28,29,30,31,32, 33,34,35,36,37,38, 39,40,41,42,43,44, 45,46,47,48,49,50, 51,52/08 COMDTM *,46,47,49,52/07; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11, 13,14,15,16,17,18, 19,20,21,22,23,25, 26,27,28,29,30,31, 32,34,35,36,37,38, 39,40,41,42,43,44, 45,47,48,49,50, 51/08 DIGITAL PUBS - QUARTERLY CDPUBQTLY 2008 N46/08* FLEET GUIDES CDPUBFGATL 2005 N28/05* CDPUBFGPAC 2004 N17/04* NOS MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS NOSPBCATALOGA /07* NOSPBCATALOGG /07* NOSPBCATALOGK /07* NOSPBCATALOGL /07* NOSPBCATALOGP /07* ALMANACS AIRALMANAC /08* NAUTALMANAC /08* II-5.1

60 NM 52/08 NGA Reference SECTION II PUBLICATIONS AFFECTED BY NOTICE TO MARINERS THROUGH NM 52/08 Note: * indicates New Edition/New Publication; ** indicates Publication Canceled; N indicates Not For Sale Ed. Notice to Mariners COAST PILOT NOSPBCP *,18,25,27,28,29, 30,34,35,37,38,43, 45,46,51/08 NOSPBCP *,48,49/08 NOSPBCP3 41 7*,8,14,15,18,20,23, 24,27,28,29,34,39, 42,46,49/08 NOSPBCP *,42,45,46,51/08 NOSPBCP *,25,30,35,38,43, 46,51/08 NOSPBCP *,17,32,46,52/08 NOSPBCP7 40 1*,7,15,16,17,25,32, 34,40/08 NOSPBCP *,38,41,42,52/08 NOSPBCP *,30,31,34,38, 42/08 RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AIDS PUB /05* AMERICAN PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR NVPUB /02*;14,38/03; 40/05 INTERNATIONAL CODE OF SIGNALS PUB /03* WORLD PORT INDEX PUB /05* DISTANCES BETWEEN PORTS NVPUB /02* RADAR NAVIGATION AND MANEUVERING BOARD MANUAL CDPUBNV /01* SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES (MARINE) SRPUB229V /71* SRPUB229V /71* SRPUB229V /71* SRPUB229V /71* SRPUB229V /71* SRPUB229V /70* SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES (AIR) SRPUB249V /07* SRPUB249V /52* SRPUB249V /52* CHART NO. 1 WOBZC /98* CHART NO. 4 WOBZC N23/91* ATLAS OF PILOT CHARTS NVPUB /03* NVPUB /99* NVPUB /02* USCG NAVIGATION RULES COMDTM166722D /99*;52/00;16/04 NOS TIDE TABLES NOSPBTTCWPACIN N4/08* NOSPBTTECSTNSA N4/08* NOSPBTTEURAFR N4/08* NOSPBTTWCSTNSA N4/08* TIDAL CURRENT TABLES NOSPBTCTATCSTN N4*,N15,N20/08 NOSPBTCTPACAS N4/08* II-5.2

61 SECTION III NM 52/08 BROADCAST WARNINGS Details concerning the particulars of the broadcasting of radio navigational warnings may be found in Radio Navigational Aids, Pub SUMMARY OF NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS IN FORCE Z DECEMBER series NAVAREA IV 123/07(24). TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO-EAST COAST. CHART (3RD ED). PARTIALLY SUBMERGED 45 METER DIAMETER SUCTION PILE REPORTED IN N W, LEAST DEPTH KNOWN 62 METERS. 302/07(28). MEXICO-GULF OF MEXICO. MEXICAN CHART SM NGA CHART (2ND ED). ARRECIFE SANTIAGUILLO LIGHT N W UNLIT series 134/08(28). GULF OF MEXICO. MEXICAN CHART SM-800. NGA CHART (2ND ED). RACON AT PUNTA PALMAS LIGHT N W INOPERATIVE. 135/08(28). GULF OF MEXICO. MEXICAN CHART SM-800. NGA CHART (2ND ED). ISLA TRINGULOS OESTE LIGHT 20-59N W UNLIT. 180/08(28). CARIBBEAN SEA. MEXICO. CABLE LAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ALONG TRACKLINE JOINING N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 248/08(28). MEXICO. CARIBBEAN SEA. CABLE REPAIR OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V TYCO RESPONDER VICINITY N W. 445/08(24). CARIBBEAN SEA. VENEZUELA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 01 MAR 09 BY M/V SCAN RESOLUTION TOWING FOUR FOUR MILE LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N W, N W, N W, N W, N W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 02 MAR 09. (021539Z MAY 2007) (122200Z OCT 2007) (042143Z APR 2008) (042155Z APR 2008) (151603Z MAY 2008) (261805Z JUN 2008) (310042Z OCT 2008) III-1.1

62 NM 52/08 SECTION III 456/08(GEN). GULF OF ADEN ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES. 1. THIS MARAD ADVISORY PROVIDES SUGGESTED ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES FOR COMMERCIAL VESSELS TRANSITING THE GULF OF ADEN. 2. WHEN IN DISTRESS, CALL FOR HELP ON VHF-16 AND MF/HF DSC. 3. IMMEDIATELY CONTACT UKMTO BY PHONE: , 4. IF NO ANSWER CALL MARLO BAHRAIN PHONE: , 5. ALSO ACTIVATE SSAS (SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM). 6. THIS ADVISORY WAS COORDINATED WITH UKMTO (UNITED KINGDOM MARITIME TRADE ORGANISATION) AND MARLO (MARITIME LIAISON OFFICE) BAHRAIN. 7. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS ADVISORY, CONTACT MR. RAWLINS, MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE OF SECURITY, CODE: MAR-420, ROOM W23-440, 1200 NEW JERSEY AVE, S.E., WASHINGTON, DC 20590, PHONE: , FAX: , TELEX II: (MARAD DOT WSH) OR 496/08(24). NORTH ATLANTIC. ROCKETS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 1630Z TO 0030Z COMMENCING DAILY 10 DEC THRU 10 JAN 09 IN AREAS: A. BETWEEN 05-19N 05-04N AND W W. B. BOUND BY 05-22N W, 04-51N W, 04-53N W, 05-23N W. C. BOUND BY 05-06N W, 04-50N W, 04-55N W, 05-11N W. D. BOUND BY 05-35N W, 04-23N W, 04-19N W, 05-31N W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN /08(GEN). 1. NAVAREA IV MESSAGES IN FORCE Z DEC ONLY THOSE MESSAGES ISSUED DURING THE LAST SIX WEEKS ARE LISTED HEREIN SERIES: 456(GEN), 496(24). 2. THE SUMMARY OF ALL NAVAREA IV MESSAGES IN FORCE AS OF 20 DEC 2007 IS GIVEN IN SEC III OF NM 52/07. WARNINGS ISSUED DURING THE SUBSEQUENT QUARTERS ARE SUMMARIZED IN NM 13/08, 26/08 AND 39/ CANCEL NAVAREA IV 498/08. (071424Z NOV 2008) (050700Z DEC 2008) (130946Z DEC 2008) III-1.2

63 SECTION III NM 52/ series HYDROLANTS 1924/07(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. NGA CHART (3RD ED). RACON AT ILHA MAIAU LIGHT S W INOPERATIVE. 1952/07(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. 1. PIPELAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 MAR 09 IN AREAS BOUND BY: A N E, N E, N E, N E. B N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 APR /07(24). BRAZIL-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (47TH ED). 1. RECIFE MANOEL LUIS BF 1 LIGHT 00-49S W OFF STATION AND DESTROYED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 2153/ series 57/08(35,43). NORTH SEA. NGA CHART (1ST ED). SBM BUOY N E UNLIT. 182/08(54). AEGEAN SEA. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS SUNRISE TO 2100Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY 35-29N E, 35-29N E, 35-34N E, 35-36N E, 35-36N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 198/08(54). AEGEAN SEA. IONIAN SEA. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS: A. 0500Z TO 1500Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. B. 0500Z TO 2200Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. C. 0500Z TO 2200Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. D. 0500Z TO 1300Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. E. 0530Z TO 1230Z DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC EXCEPT FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. F. SUNRISE TO SUNSET DAILY UNTIL 31 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 183/ CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(54). SOUTHERN AEGEAN SEA. GUNNERY. MISSILES. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 0530Z TO SUNSET IN AREA BOUND BY 35-36N E, 35-31N E, 35-36N E, 36-16N E 36-25N E, 36-18N E, 36-18N E: A. WEDNESDAYS THRU FRIDAYS UNTIL 31 DEC. B. SATURDAYS UNTIL 31 MAR AND 01 NOV THRU 31 DEC. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN 09. (200739Z NOV 2007) (250043Z NOV 2007) (270636Z DEC 2007) (071955Z JAN 2008) (260104Z JAN 2008) (281255Z JAN 2008) (271411Z MAR 2008) III-1.3

64 NM 52/08 SECTION III 563/08(37). ENGLAND-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (2ND ED). TWO BUOYS ESTABLISHED TO MARK WELLHEAD: A. NORTH CARDINAL N E. B. SOUTH CARDINAL N E. 889/08(35). SHETLAND ISLANDS. NGA CHART (1ST ED). 7.6 METER SHOAL REPORTED IN N W. 942/08(23,24). ARGENTINA. NAVTEX. BUENOS AIRES NAVTEX STATION 34-36S W AND COMODORO RIVADAVIA NAVTEX STATION 45-51S W OFF AIR. 1123/08(35). SCOTLAND-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (2ND ED). RACON AT WHALE ROCK BUOY N W INOPERATIVE. 1213/08(37). DOVER STRAIT. NGA CHART (23RD ED). DANGEROUS WRECK, N E, RELOCATED TO N E. LEAST DEPTH 30 METERS. 1253/08(51,52). STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR. NGA CHART (18TH ED). NAVIGATION PROHIBITED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IN AREA BOUND BY N W, N W, N W, N W. 1262/08(35). SCOTLAND-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (2ND ED). MONACH ISLANDS LIGHT N W CHANGED TO FL W (2) 15 SEC 47 METERS 18 MILES. 1309/08(35). SCOTLAND-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). CANTICK HEAD LIGHT N W RANGE REDUCED TO 13 MILES. 1352/08(51,52). AFRICA-NORTHWEST COAST. NGA CHART (4TH ED). NAVIGATION PROHIBITED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IN AREA BOUND BY N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W. 1354/08(24). BRAZIL-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (3RD ED). QUATIPURU LIGHT S W UNLIT. 1463/08(24). BRAZIL-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (3RD ED). SAO MARCOS DE FORA BUOY S W MISSING. 1585/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTHEAST COAST. 1. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS 30 SEP THRU 01 MAY BY M/V SEVEN OCEANS AND M/V SEVEN SEAS IN AREA BETWEEN 21-07S 21-22S AND W W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 02 MAY 09. (050117Z APR 2008) (271058Z MAY 2008) (070441Z JUN 2008) (071048Z JUL 2008) (221814Z JUL 2008) (311527Z JUL 2008) (020501Z AUG 2008) (091655Z AUG 2008) (191447Z AUG 2008) (200057Z AUG 2008) (101354Z SEP 2008) (270837Z SEP 2008) 1639/08(51,52). AFRICA-NORTHWEST COAST. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 07 OCT THRU 31 DEC WITHIN 20 MILES BETWEEN 270 AND 360 DEGREES OF: III-1.4

65 SECTION III NM 52/08 A N W. B N W. C N W. D N W. E N W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. LEBANON. 1. UNITED NATIONS INTERIM FORCE IN LEBANON (UNIFL) MARITIME TASK FORCE (MTF) IS MONITORING THE MERCHANT TRAFFIC SAILING TOWARDS LEBANESE PORTS OR TRANSITING INSIDE THE LEBANESE TERRITORIAL WATERS. THE UNIFL-MTF IS ACTING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION (UNSCR) SHIPS APPROACHING THE LEBANESE TERRITORIAL WATERS ARE TO BE READY TO ANSWER UNITED NATION WARSHIPS HAILING AND TO BE CONTROLLED IN APPLICATION OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED UNSCR SHIPS PLANNING TO ENTER LEBANESE TERRITORIAL WATERS ARE TO MAKE SURE THAT THEIR AGENTS IN LEBANON INFORM THE APPROPRIATE LEBANESE AUTHORITIES ABOUT THEIR INTENDED ARRIVAL. 4. SINCE 12 SEP 06 FOUR ENTRY AND TRANSITING CORRIDORS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE LEBANESE TERRITORIAL WATERS: A. CORRIDOR TO TRIPOLI PORT: ENTRY POINT 34-30N E, COURSE 090 TOWARDS TRIPOLI BREAKWATER. B. CORRIDOR TO BEIRUT PORT: ENTRY POINT 33-54N E, COURSE 090 TOWARDS BEIRUT BREAKWATER. C. CORRIDOR TO SAIDA PORT: ENTRY POINT 33-34N E, COURSE 090 TOWARDS SAIDA BREAKWATER. D. COASTAL CORRIDOR: ALONG THE COASTLINE, THREE MILES FROM THE SHORELINE, TO BE USED BY MERCHANT TRAFFIC BETWEEN LEBANESE PORTS. 5. MERCHANT VESSELS USING THESE CORRIDORS ARE TO ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING RULES: A. ANY MERCHANT VESSEL DESTINED TO ONE OF THE THREE ABOVE MENTIONED PORTS SHALL SAIL TO THEIR DESTINATION USING THE INDICATED CORRIDOR UNTIL A DISTANCE OF THREE MILES FROM THE SHORE. FROM THIS POINT, THEY SHALL HEAD TO THE PORT ENTRANCE. B. ANY MERCHANT VESSEL DEPARTING A LEBANESE PORT AND DESTINED TO ANY OTHER LEBANESE PORT SHALL SAIL ALONG THE LEBANESE COAST USING THE COASTAL CORRIDOR UNTIL THE PORT OF DESTINATION ENTRANCE. C. WHEN DEPARTING FROM ANY LEBANESE PORT AND LEAVING THE LEBANESE TERRITORIAL WATERS, ALL SHIPS SHALL ASSUME COURSE 270, AS SAFE NAVIGATION PERMITS. 1690/08(24). BRAZIL-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (5TH ED). FOUL GROUND IN S W. 1746/08(36). ENGLAND. LIVERPOOL APPROACH. NGA CHART (2ND ED). 1. BAR BUOY N W CHANGED TO LIGHTFLOAT, RED HULL, FL R 5 SEC, RACON (T). 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1697/ /08(44). BALTIC SEA. LITHUANIA. NGA CHART (6TH ED). FOUL GROUND IN N E. 1852/08(37). SOUTHERN NORTH SEA. ORDNANCE. NGA CHART (2ND ED). 1. UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE: A. IN AREA BETWEEN N N AND E E. B. WITHIN THREE MILES OF TRACKLINE BETWEEN N E AND N E. C. VICINITY N E AND N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 988/08. (050232Z OCT 2008) (081728Z OCT 2008) (111424Z OCT 2008) (191126Z OCT 2008) (210909Z OCT 2008) (311607Z OCT 2008) III-1.5

66 NM 52/08 SECTION III 1870/08(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN 33-54N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JRCC LARNACA, INMARSAT-B: , INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: , FAX: /08(36,37). NORTH ATLANTIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN 47-00N W AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC GRIS NEZ, TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: /08(37). DOVER STRAIT. NGA CHART (3RD ED). 1. FOG SIGNAL AT CS4 BUOY N E PERMANENTLY DISCONTINUED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1834/ /08(52,53). MEDITERRANEAN SEA. TUNISIA METER F/V MEROUA, THREE PERSONS ON BOARD, UNREPORTED WITHIN 25 MILES OF 37-14N E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST OF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC ROME, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: , FAX: CANCEL HYDROLANT 1801/08(36), 1855/08(43), 1888/08(24) AND 1904/08(37,43). 1911/08(GEN). GULF OF ADEN ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES. 1. THIS MARAD ADVISORY PROVIDES SUGGESTED ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES FOR COMMERCIAL VESSELS TRANSITING THE GULF OF ADEN. 2. WHEN IN DISTRESS, CALL FOR HELP ON VHF-16 AND MF/HF DSC. 3. IMMEDIATELY CONTACT UKMTO BY PHONE: , 4. IF NO ANSWER CALL MARLO BAHRAIN PHONE: , 5. ALSO ACTIVATE SSAS (SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM). 6. THIS ADVISORY WAS COORDINATED WITH UKMTO (UNITED KINGDOM MARITIME TRADE ORGANISATION) AND MARLO (MARITIME LIAISON OFFICE) BAHRAIN. 7. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS ADVISORY, CONTACT MR. RAWLINS, MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE OF SECURITY, CODE: MAR-420, ROOM W23-440, 1200 NEW JERSEY AVE, S.E., WASHINGTON, DC 20590, PHONE: , FAX: , TELEX II: (MARAD DOT WSH) OR /08(35). IRELAND-SOUTH COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). MINE HEAD LIGHT N W CHANGED TO: FL (4) W 30 SEC. 1916/08(24). BRAZIL-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (15TH ED). DANGEROUS WRECK IN S W. 1917/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. PIPE LAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GLOBAL IROQUOIS IN AREA BOUND BY S W, S W, S W, S W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 1971/08(37). FRANCE-NORTHWEST COAST. NGA CHART (9TH ED). 1. SOUTHWEST LANBY 48-30N W UNLIT AND RACON INOPERATIVE. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1707/08. (031615Z NOV 2008) (060959Z NOV 2008) (061439Z NOV 2008) (071318Z NOV 2008) (071427Z NOV 2008) (071630Z NOV 2008) (072106Z NOV 2008) (080047Z NOV 2008) (151108Z NOV 2008) III-1.6

67 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(53). MALTA CHANNEL. 1. CABLE LAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V TELERI ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN N E AND N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(53,56). LIBYA TO LAMPEDUSA. VESSEL, 100 PERSONS ONBOARD, UNREPORTED LIBYA (32-54N E) TO LAMPEDUSA (35-30N E). VESSELS REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC ROME, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: OR , FAX: OR /08(24). URUGUAY. NAVTEX. 1. NAVTEX STATION LA PALOMA OFF AIR. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1982/ /08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. NGA CHART (4TH ED). FOUL GROUND IN S W. 2035/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTHEAST COAST NGA CHART (4TH ED). RACON AT ILHA DOS PACOTES LIGHT S W INOPERATIVE. 2036/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTHEAST COAST NGA CHART (4TH ED). RACON AT PONTA DE SANTA LUZIA S W INOPERATIVE. 2040/08(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. EGYPT. 1. SURVEY OPERATION IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V FUGRO NAVIGATOR IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1837/ /08(57). SOUTH ATLANTIC. ANGOLA. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V RAMFORM CHALLENGER TOWING METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY 06-25S E, 06-43S E, 07-15S E, 06-56S E. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2053/08(52). TUNISIA-NORTH COAST. 1. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 02 MAR 09 BY M/V UTEC SURVEYOR, M/V AURELIA AND M/V FLYING ENTERPRISE ALONG TRACKLINE JOINING N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E METER BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1717/ CANCEL THIS MSG 03 MAR /08(GEN). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. LIBYA. 32 METER M/V OYI, SIX PERSONS ON BOARD, UNREPORTED ZWARA (32-55N E). LAST CONTACT IN UNKNOWN POSITION AT Z NOV. VESSELS REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC ROME, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: OR , FAX: OR (171358Z NOV 2008) (200456Z NOV 2008) (210851Z NOV 2008) (241650Z NOV 2008) (250054Z NOV 2008) (250106Z NOV 2008) (251218Z NOV 2008) (261942Z NOV 2008) (271251Z NOV 2008) (030342Z DEC 2008) 2075/08(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. EGYPT. 1. PIPELAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 03 JAN 09 ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN N E AND N E. III-1.7

68 NM 52/08 SECTION III WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 04 JAN /08(37). ENGLAND-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). SUNK INNER LIGHT BUOY N E REPLACED BY LIGHT FLOAT ISO, 3 SEC, 11 METERS, 12 MILES, HORN 30 SEC, RACON (T), IN N E. 2080/08(62). GULF OF ADEN. PIRACY. 1. THE ANTI PIRACY PATROL-INDIAN NAVAL SHIP MYSORE (MYS) IDENTIFIED A POTENTIAL HIGH THREAT FROM PIRATE ATTACK IN LOCATION 13-39N E. 2. THE SHIP ENCOUNTERED A CONCENTRATION OF SMALL CRAFT WITHIN 10 NM OF 13-39N E AT Z DEC. THE BOATS WERE INVESTIGATED BY THE SHIPS HELICOPTER AND THE FOLLOWING EMERGED: A. GROUPS OF SKIFFS OPERATING TOGETHER. GROUP BROKE OFF IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS ON APPROACH OF HELICOPTER. B. ALL SKIFFS OPERATING AT HIGH SPEEDS. C. IN EXCESS OF FIVE PERSONNEL ON MOST SKIFFS. 3. RECOMMEND VESSELS BE ADVISED TO OBSERVE ALL ANTI PIRACY MEASURES IN ABOVE AREA. 2084/08(37). ENGLAND-EAST COAST. SUBMARINE CABLE OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY BARGE EIDE 28 ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN N E AND N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2086/08(53). MALTA CHANNEL. 1. CABLE LAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V PETER FABER WITH SUBMERSIBLE ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN 35-57N E AND 37-39N E. TWO MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(52). TUNISIA-EAST COAST. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V TOISA DARING, M/V LAMU, M/V PIEMONTE AND M/V ATLANTE IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E METER BERTH REQUESTED. 2089/08(37). ENGLAND-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). NORTH SCROBY LIGHT N E UNLIT. 2090/08(53,54). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. ORDNANCE. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL Z DEC AND Z TO Z DEC WITHIN 25 MILES OF 37-00N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 2068/ CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN /08(24). NORTH ATLANTIC. ROCKETS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 1630Z TO 0030Z COMMENCING DAILY 10 DEC THRU 10 JAN 09 IN AREAS: A. BETWEEN 05-19N 05-04N AND W W. B. BOUND BY 05-22N W, 04-51N W, 04-53N W, 05-23N W. C. BOUND BY 05-06N W, 04-50N W, 04-55N W, 05-11N W. D. BOUND BY 05-35N W, 04-23N W, 04-19N W, 05-31N W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN 09. (031339Z DEC 2008) (031644Z DEC 2008) (031833Z DEC 2008) (040233Z DEC 2008) (041511Z DEC 2008) (041519Z DEC 2008) (041827Z DEC 2008) (041852Z DEC 2008) (050502Z DEC 2008) III-1.8

69 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. 1. PIPE LAYING OPERATIONS Z TO Z DEC BY M/V MAERSK ASSISTER ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN S W AND S W. TWO MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2097/08(51,57). GULF OF GUINEA. ROCKETS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 1630Z TO 0030Z COMMENCING DAILY 10 DEC THRU 10 JAN 09 IN AREA BOUND BY 01-06S W, 00-42S W, 01-03N W, 02-51N W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN /08(24). BRAZIL-EAST COAST. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS Z TO Z DEC IN AREA BOUND BY 12-25S W, 12-25S W, 12-28S W, 12-28S W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2107/08(51). NORTH ATLANTIC. CAPE VERDE. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED FROM M/V TERRY VICINITY N W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC DAKAR, PHONE: , FAX: /08(37). BAY OF BISCAY. M/V BALLYHEALY DISABLED AND ADRIFT IN N W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT. 2112/08(37). DOVER STRAIT NGA CHART (3RD ED). 1. MDW BUOY N E UNLIT. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 2108/ /08(24). BRAZIL-EAST COAST. 1. SUBMARINE CABLE OPERATIONS 12 THRU 18 DEC BY M/V LARS GRAEL IN AREA BOUND BY S W, S W, S W, S W, S W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 19 DEC. 2124/08(24). BRAZIL-NORTH COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 10 JAN 09 BY M/V VERITAS VANTAGE TOWING EIGHT 6500 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BETWEEN N S AND W W. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 11 JAN /08(35). SCOTLAND-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (2ND ED). 1. RHUDA MHAIL LIGHT N W CHANGED TO: FL (3) 15 SEC 45 METERS 19 MILES. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1141/ /08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTHEAST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL Z APR 09 BY M/V POLAR QUEEN IN AREA BOUND BY 21-51S W, 22-51S W, 22-07S W, 22-09S W, 21-59S W, 21-59S W. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 2136/ CANCEL THIS MSG Z APR 09. (050845Z DEC 2008) (051100Z DEC 2008) (070720Z DEC 2008) (071644Z DEC 2008) (080049Z DEC 2008) (081233Z DEC 2008) (090218Z DEC 2008) (110144Z DEC 2008) (121746Z DEC 2008) (130217Z DEC 2008) III-1.9

70 NM 52/08 SECTION III 2143/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY Z DEC TO Z JAN 09 BY M/V RAMFORM SOVEREING TOWING METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY S W, S W, S W, S W. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 2056/ CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN /08(GEN). 1. HYDROLANT MESSAGES IN FORCE Z DEC ONLY THOSE MESSAGES ISSUED DURING THE LAST SIX WEEKS ARE LISTED HEREIN SERIES: 1870(56), 1880(36), 1882(52,53,56), 1901(36,37), 1902(37), 1909(52,53), 1911(GEN), 1912(35), 1916(24), 1917(24), 1928(56), 1962(36), 1964(36), 1968(37), 1971(37), 1984(53), 1997(53,56), 2004(24), 2023(38), 2032(24), 2035(24), 2036(24), 2040(56), 2050(57), 2053(52), 2067(57,61), 2074(GEN), 2075(56), 2077(37), 2080(62), 2084(37), 2086(53), 2087(52), 2088(56), 2089(37), 2090(53,54), 2094(24), 2096(24), 2097(51,57), 2103(24), 2105(36), 2107(51), 2110(37), 2112(37), 2116(24), 2117(24), 2122(24), 2124(24), 2126(24), 2127(23,29), 2132(24), 2133(24), 2134(24), 2135(24), 2138(24), 2140(35,36), 2141(35), 2142(24), 2143(24), 2144(24), 2145(35). 2. THE SUMMARY OF ALL HYDROLANT MESSAGES IN FORCE AS OF 20 DEC 2007 IS GIVEN IN SEC III OF NM 52/07. WARNINGS ISSUED DURING THE SUBSEQUENT QUARTERS ARE SUMMARIZED IN NM 13/08, 26/08 AND 39/ CANCEL HYDROLANT 85/08, 1810/08, 1817/08, 1831/08, 2000/08, 2101/08, 2119/08, 2121/ /08(57). GULF OF GUINEA. 1. SIESMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 15 FEB 09 BY M/V AMADEUS IN AREA BETWEEN N N AND W W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 16 FEB /08(36,51). NORTH ATLANTIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ VICINITY 42-00N W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC DELGADA, TELEX: 82479, PHONE: , FAX: /08(24). BRAZIL-EAST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY Z TO Z DEC BY M/V WESTERN PATRIOT TOWING 6500 METER LONG CABLE IN AREA BETWEEN 19-42S 20-27S AND W W. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2156/08(37). NORTH SEA. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ FROM M/V LEOPARD IN N E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC BREMEN, PHONE: /08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 19 DEC BY M/V DISCOVERER IN AREA BETWEEN 32-20S 33-06S AND W W. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 20 DEC. 2161/08(37). FRANCE-NORTHWEST COAST. NGA CHART (9TH ED). 1. NORTHEAST BUOY N W UNLIT AND RACON INOPERATIVE. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1968/08. (130220Z DEC 2008) (130947Z DEC 2008) (131455Z DEC 2008) (140052Z DEC 2008) (140057Z DEC 2008) (141659Z DEC 2008) (150830Z DEC 2008) (151432Z DEC 2008) III-1.10

71 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(35). SCOTLAND-WEST COAST. SOUND OF RUM. NGA CHART (1ST ED). SHOALS REPORTED IN AREA BOUND BY 56-57N W, 56-43N W, 56-47N W, 56-59N W. 2164/08(57). SOUTH ATLANTIC. ANGOLA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V CREST DIAMOND IN AREA BETWEEN 06-35S 06-46S AND E E. TEN MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1806/ /08(23,29). SOUTH ATLANTIC. ICE. 1. ICEBERGS SIGHTED IN: A. A43K, 53-01S W. B. C8, 61-42S W. C. D18, 56-34S W. D. UK236, 55-17S W. E. UK248, 52-19S W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 23 DEC. 2167/08(56). EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA. 1. M/V FAROUK SUNK IN 33-04N E. SEVEN PERSONS RECOVERED, THREE PERSONS REMAIN MISSING. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JRCC LARNACA, INMARSAT-C: , TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: CANCEL HYDROLANT 2153/ /08(36). IRISH SEA. NGA CHART (1ST ED). 1. YELLOW BUOY N W MISSING. 2. WEST CARDINAL BUOY N W UNRELIABLE. 3. EAST CARDINAL BUOY N W UNLIT. 4. CANCEL HYDROLANT 1880/ /08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS Z TO Z DEC WITHIN FIVE MILES OF 23-54S W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2172/08(37). SOUTHERN NORTH SEA. NGA CHART (0 ED). MINERVA GAS FIELD PLATFORM 47/3C N E UNLIT. 2176/08(24). BRAZIL-EAST COAST. 1. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS 18 DEC THRU 06 JAN 09 BY M/V IDUNA IN AREA BOUND BY S W, S W, S W, S W. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 07 JAN /08(51). NORTH ATLANTIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN N W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC DELGADA, TELEX: 82479, PHONE: , FAX: /08(GEN). GPS SATELLITE SYSTEM. 1. PRN 14 UNUSABLE Z TO Z DEC. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. (151629Z DEC 2008) (152127Z DEC 2008) (160346Z DEC 2008) (160650Z DEC 2008) (161414Z DEC 2008) (161605Z DEC 2008) (161641Z DEC 2008) (170107Z DEC 2008) (170706Z DEC 2008) (171400Z DEC 2008) 2181/08(37). BAY OF BISCAY. VESSEL ELISABETH K DISABLED AND ADRIFT VICINITY N W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. III-1.11

72 NM 52/08 SECTION III REPORTS TO MRCC ETEL, TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: , /08(36). WALES-SOUTHWEST COAST. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY CABLESHIP WAVE SENTINEL VICINITY N W. ONE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2184/08(57). SOUTH ATLANTIC. SEISMIC SRUVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V WESTERN TRIDENT TOWING EIGHT 4.5 MILE LONG CABLES IN AREA BETWEEN 06-07S 07-05S AND E E SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2187/08(37). BAY OF BISCAY METER F/V LES SALES GOSSES DISABLED AND ADRIFT IN 43-56N W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 24 DEC. 2188/08(24). BRAZIL-NORTHEAST COAST. NGA CHART (53RD ED). ATOL DAS ROCAS LIGHT S W UNLIT. 2189/08(24). BRAZIL-SOUTH COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY Z TO Z DEC BY M/V RIG SUPPORTER WITH SUBMERSIBLE IN AREA BOUND BY S W, S W, S W, S W. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2190/08(38). NORTH ATLANTIC. NGA CHART (1ST ED). SKADAN LIGHT N W AT REDUCED INTENSITY. 2191/08(23). SOUTH ATLANTIC. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GEO SEARCHER TOWING METER LONG CABLES ALONG TRACKLINE JOINING S W, S W, S W. SEVEN MILE BERTH REQUESTED. (171433Z DEC 2008) (171820Z DEC 2008) (172004Z DEC 2008) (172205Z DEC 2008) (180106Z DEC 2008) (180111Z DEC 2008) (180146Z DEC 2008) (180158Z DEC 2008) III-1.12

73 SECTION III NM 52/ series NAVAREA XII 266/07(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. MEXICAN CHART SM-400. NGA CHART (50TH ED). CABO CORRIENTES LIGHT N W UNLIT. 267/07(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. MEXICAN CHART SM-400 AND SM-500. NGA CHART (42ND ED). PUNTA GRAHAM LIGHT N W UNLIT. 268/07(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. MEXICAN CHART SM AND SM NGA CHART (42ND ED). PUNTA GARROBO LIGHT 17-37N W UNLIT. 348/07(21). EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART (12TH ED). LIGHTS UNLIT: 1. GUADALUPE N. SIDE 29-09N W. 2. GUADALUPE ISLAND 28-59N W. 376/07(21). MEXICO. BAJA CALIFORNIA-WEST COAST. MEXICAN CHART SM 010. NGA CHART (1ST ED). CABO COLONET LIGHT N W UNRELIABLE. 377/07(21). MEXICO. GOLFO DE CALIFORNIA. MEXICAN CHART SM 200. NGA CHART (62ND ED). PUNTA WILLARD LIGHT N W UNRELIABLE. 378/07(21). MEXICO. GOLFO DE CALIFORNIA. MEXICAN CHART SM 200. NGA CHART (62ND ED). ISLA SAN ESTEBAN LIGHT N W UNRELIABLE. 379/07(21). MEXICO. GOLFO DE CALIFORNIA. MEXICAN CHART SM 300. NGA CHART (72ND ED). 1. SAN IGNACIO FARALLON LIGHT N W UNRELIABLE. 2. CANCEL NAVAREA XII 341/07, AID RESTORED series 6/08(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (27TH ED). LOS INOCENTES LIGHT N W UNLIT. 7/08(21). MEXICO-SOUTH COAST. NGA CHART (41ST ED). PUNTA GALERA LIGHT N W UNLIT. 44/08(21). EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART (12TH ED). ISLA CLARION LIGHT N W UNLIT. 78/08(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (50TH ED). ROCA CORBETENA LIGHT N W UNLIT. 91/08(21). BAJA CALIFORNIA-SOUTHEAST COAST. NGA CHART 21120(27TH ED). PUNTA ARENA LIGHT N W UNLIT. (122221Z OCT 2007) (122237Z OCT 2007) (122250Z OCT 2007) (041532Z DEC 2007) (311246Z DEC 2007) (311253Z DEC 2007) (311258Z DEC 2007) (311303Z DEC 2007) (111512Z JAN 2008) (111522Z JAN 2008) (091722Z FEB 2008) (051217Z MAR 2008) (151048Z MAR 2008) III-1.13

74 NM 52/08 SECTION III 146/08(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (72ND ED). YAMETO LIGHT N W UNLIT. 360/08(21). BAJA CALIFORNIA-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). RADIOBEACON AT ISLA DE SAN MARTIN LIGHT N W OFF AIR. 453/08(21). MEXICO. BAJA CALIFORNIA. NGA CHART (18TH ED). PUNTA REDONDA LIGHT N W UNLIT. 467/08(GEN). GULF OF ADEN ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES. 1. THIS MARAD ADVISORY PROVIDES SUGGESTED ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES FOR COMMERCIAL VESSELS TRANSITING THE GULF OF ADEN. 2. WHEN IN DISTRESS, CALL FOR HELP ON VHF-16 AND MF/HF DSC. 3. IMMEDIATELY CONTACT UKMTO BY PHONE: , 4. IF NO ANSWER CALL MARLO BAHRAIN PHONE: , 5. ALSO ACTIVATE SSAS (SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM). 6. THIS ADVISORY WAS COORDINATED WITH UKMTO (UNITED KINGDOM MARITIME TRADE ORGANISATION) AND MARLO (MARITIME LIAISON OFFICE) BAHRAIN. 7. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS ADVISORY, CONTACT MR. RAWLINS, MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE OF SECURITY, CODE: MAR-420, ROOM W23-440, 1200 NEW JERSEY AVE, S.E., WASHINGTON, DC 20590, PHONE: , FAX: , TELEX II: (MARAD DOT WSH) OR 487/08(21). MEXICO. BAJA CALIFORNIA-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (72ND ED). LAS LOBERAS LIGHT N W UNLIT. 488/08(21). MEXICO. BAJA CALIFORNIA-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (72ND ED). ISOLETE EL PARDITO LIGHT 24-51N W UNLIT. 489/08(21). MEXICO. BAJA CALIFORNIA-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (72ND ED). ISLA LAS ANIMAS LIGHT N W UNLIT. 490/08(21). MEXICO-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (28TH ED). MORRO CARRIZAL LIGHT N W UNLIT. (151504Z APR 2008) (041420Z SEP 2008) (301755Z OCT 2008) (071428Z NOV 2008) (212320Z NOV 2008) (212334Z NOV 2008) (212340Z NOV 2008) (212356Z NOV 2008) 508/08(19). NORTH PACIFIC. HAWAII. MISSILES. 1. INTERMITTENT MISSILE FIRING OPERATIONS 0001Z TO 2400Z DAILY MONDAY THRU SUNDAY IN THE PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE FACILITY, HAWAIIAN AREA, BARKING SANDS, KAUAI. THE MAJORITY OF MISSILE FIRINGS TAKE PLACE 1600Z TO 0400Z DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. THE PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE FACILITY HAWAIIAN AREA (W188) IS BOUND BY N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W, N W. 2. VESSELS MAY BE REQUESTED TO ALTER COURSE WITHIN THE ABOVE AREA DUE TO FIRING OPERATIONS AND ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT "MISSILE RANGE BARKING SANDS" ON 2182 KHZ, 4491 USB OR MHZ (CHANNEL 16) BEFORE ENTERING THE ABOVE BOUNDARIES. IF UNABLE TO CONTACT THE PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE FACILITY PRIOR TO ENTERING OR WHILE IN THE WARNING AREA, RELAY MESSAGES THROUGH U.S. COAST GUARD HONOLULU. 3. VESSELS INBOUND AND OUTBOUND FOR HAWAIIAN PORTS WILL CREATE THE LEAST INTERFERENCE TO FIRING OPERATIONS AS WELL AS ENHANCE III-1.14

75 SECTION III NM 52/08 THE VESSEL'S SAFETY BY PASSING SOUTH OF THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND NIIHAU DURING SPECIFIED TIMES. 4. CANCEL NAVAREA XII 456/ /08(21). GOLFO DE CALIFORNIA. ISLA DE SAN JOSE. NGA CHART (72ND ED). 1. PUNTA COLORADO LIGHT N W UNLIT. 2. CANCEL NAVAREA XII 486/ /08(21). GOLFO DE CALIFORNIA. NGA CHART (72ND ED). ISLA SAN DIEGO LIGHT N W UNLIT. 529/08(GEN). 1. NAVAREA XII MESSAGES IN FORCE Z DEC ONLY THOSE MESSAGES ISSUED DURING THE LAST SIX WEEKS ARE LISTED HEREIN SERIES: 467(GEN), 487(21), 488(21), 489(21), 490(21), 508(19), 509(21), 510(21), 523(18), 526(16,17). 2. THE SUMMARY OF ALL NAVAREA XII MESSAGES IN FORCE AS OF 20 DEC 2007 IS GIVEN IN SEC III OF NM 52/07. WARNINGS ISSUED DURING THE SUBSEQUENT QUARTERS ARE SUMMARIZED IN NM 13/08, 26/08 AND 39/ CANCEL NAVAREA XII 520/08, 528/ /08(18). EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC. MISSILES. 1. INTERMITTENT MISSILE FIRING OPERATIONS 0001Z TO 2359Z DAILY MONDAY THRU SUNDAY IN THE NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER SEA RANGE. THE MAJORITY OF MISSILE FIRINGS TAKE PLACE 1400Z TO 2359Z AND 0001Z TO 0200Z DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY IN AREA BOUND BY 34-02N W, 33-52N W, 33-29N W, 33-20N W, 32-11N W, 31-54N W, 35-09N W, 35-29N W, 35-57N W, 34-04N W. 2. VESSELS MAY BE REQUESTED TO ALTER COURSE WITHIN THE ABOVE AREA DUE TO FIRING OPERATIONS AND ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT PLEAD CONTROL ON KHZ (5080 KHZ) OR KHZ (3237 KHZ) SECONDARY OR MHZ (CH 16) OR MHZ BEFORE ENTERING THE ABOVE BOUNDARIES AND MAINTAIN CONTINUOUS GUARD WHILE WITHIN THE RANGE. 3. VESSELS INBOUND AND OUTBOUND FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PORTS WILL CREATE THE LEAST INTERFERENCE TO FIRING OPERATIONS DURING THE SPECIFIC PERIODS, AS WELL AS ENHANCE THE VESSEL'S SAFETY WHEN PASSING THE THROUGH THE VICINITY OF THE SEA RANGE. IF THEY WILL TRANSIT VIA THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL AND WITHIN NINE MILES OFFSHORE VICINITY OF POINT MUGU OR CROSS THE AREA SOUTHWEST OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND BETWEEN SUNSET AND SUNRISE. 4. CANCEL NAVAREA XII 523/08. (300927Z NOV 2008) (300952Z NOV 2008) (300958Z NOV 2008) (130950Z DEC 2008) (140930Z DEC 2008) III-1.15

76 SECTION III NM 52/ series HYDROPACS 1018/06(63). INDIA-EAST COAST. CHART (5TH ED). DANGEROUS WRECK VICINITY N E. 2454/06(93). GULF OF THAILAND. PIPELAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN N E AND N E series 8/07(71). SOUTH CHINA SEA. CHART (8TH ED) METER SHOAL REPORTED IN 02-08S E. 475/07(92). SULU SEA. CHART (2ND ED). NAVIGATION PROHIBITED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IN AREA BETWEEN N N AND E E. 593/07(73). BATU TARA ISLAND. CHART (4TH ED). VOLCANIC ACTIVITY REPORTED IN 07-48S E AT Z APR. 751/07(62). PERSIAN GULF. PIPE TRENCHING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V PLB 648 AND M/V CCC PIONEER IN AREA BETWEEN 26-44N 26-20N AND E E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 998/07(22). CHILE. RADIO SERVICES. DSC STATION IQUIQUE 20-21S W OFF AIR. 1284/07(71). SOUTH CHINA SEA. NGA CHART (3RD ED). DEPTHS REPORTED 3 TO 7 METERS LESS THAN CHARTED IN VICINITY S E. 1394/07(94). TAIWAN STRAIT. NGA CHART (10TH ED). SUBMERGED OBSTRUCTION VICINITY 24-42N E. 1725/07(93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V CGG HARMATTAN TOWING SIX 6500 METER LONG CABLES IN AREAS BOUND BY: A N E, N E, N E, N E. B N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1724/07(83), SIGNAL CEASED. 3. CANCEL HYDROPAC 686/ series (022023Z JUN 2006) (141440Z DEC 2006) (021416Z JAN 2007) (140947Z MAR 2007) (020240Z APR 2007) (241220Z APR 2007) (090252Z JUN 2007) (251338Z JUL 2007) (091451Z AUG 2007) (060416Z OCT 2007) 44/08(GEN). NORTHERN ARABIAN GULF. 1. BACKGROUND: AT THE REQUEST OF THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS (UNSCR) 1483 AND 1546, A MULTINATIONAL MARITIME SECURITY FORCE (MSF) CONTINUES TO OPERATE IN THE NORTHERN ARABIAN GULF (NAG). THIS FORCE IS AUTHORIZED TO CONDUCT MARITIME SECURITY OPERATIONS TO PREVENT THE UNAUTHORIZED TRADE OF ARMS AND RELATED MATERIAL, TO PERFORM CUSTOMARY DEFENSE MISSIONS ON BEHALF OF THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT AND TO TAKE ALL NECESSARY MEASURES TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE MAINTENANCE OF SECURITY AND STABILITY IN IRAQ. 2. ACTION: ALL VESSELS EN ROUTE TO AND FROM IRAQI PORTS ARE SUBJECT TO III-1.17

77 NM 52/08 SECTION III QUERY, AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO BOARDING AND INSPECTION BY THE MSF UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS NOTICE AFFECTS VESSELS TRAVERSING OR PREPARING TO TRAVERSE IRAQI TERRITORIAL WATERS, THEKHAWR ABD ALLAH, SHATT AL ARAB AND IRAQ'S OFFSHORE AL BASRAH AND KHAWR AL'AMAYA OIL TERMINALS. INSPECTIONS ARE CONDUCTED TO VERIFY COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT UNSCRS AND TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE INTENANCE OF SECURITY AND STABILITY IN IRAQ. THE INTENT IS TO CONDUCT THOROUGH INSPECTIONS WITH MINIMUM DISRUPTION TO MARITIME COMMERCE. ALL CLEARED VESSELS WILL BE PERMITTED TO PROCEED TO THEIR NEXT PORT OF CALL UPON INSPECTION COMPLETION. ANY VESSEL CARRYING UNAUTHORIZED ARMS AND RELATED MATERIAL OR OTHER CARGO THAT COULD JEOPARDIZE THE MAINTENANCE OF SECURITY AND STABILITY IN IRAQ WILL BE DETAINED AND TURNED OVER TO THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT FOR APPROPRIATE ACTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IRAQI LAW. SPECIFICALLY, VIOLATIONS MAY RESULT IN THE SEIZURE AND CONFISCATION OF CARGO BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT. ADDITIONALLY, THE MASTER AND CREW MEMBERS OF VESSELS CARRYING SUCH CARGO ARE SUBJECT TO ARREST, DETENTION, AND PROSECUTION UNDER IRAQI LAW. STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE PROCEDURES IN THIS NOTICE WILL MINIMIZE DELAYS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH INSPECTIONS. IRAQI PORT STATUS, CATEGORIES OF VESSEL TRAFFIC THAT CAN BE ACCEPTED, AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS WILL BE PUBLISHED VIA SEPARATE NOTICE BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT. HYDROGRAPHIC CONDITIONS OF IRAQI PORTS AND CONNECTING WATERWAYS WILL ALSO BE PUBLISHED VIA SEPARATE NOTICE BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT. PARTIES WISHING TO DISPATCH SHIPS TO IRAQI PORTS ARE ADVISED TO REVIEW THESE NOTICES AND CONTACT THE IRAQI PORT AUTHORITY FOR CURRENT ENTRY PROTOCOL AND RESTRICTIONS. 3. CHECKPOINT: VESSELS BOUND FOR OR DEPARTING FROM IRAQI PORTS AND OFFSHORE OIL TERMINALS MUST PASS WITHIN A FIVE NAUTICAL MILE RADIUS OF LATITUDE TWENTY-NINE DEGREES THIRTY-FIVE MINUTES NORTH AND LONGITUDE FORTY-EIGHT DEGREES FIFTY-THREE MINUTES EAST (29-35N E). APPROACHING VESSELS MUST CONTACT THE MARITIME SECURITY FORCE COMMANDER ON MARINE VHF (BRIDGE-TO-BRIDGE) RADIO TELEPHONE, CHANNEL 16 WITHIN FIVE NAUTICAL MILES OF THIS POINT AND BE PREPARED TO RESPOND TOMSF QUERIES. 4. NOTIFICATION: ALL SHIPPING MUST BE COORDINATED WITH THE IRAQI PORT AUTHORITY OR STATE OIL MARKETING ORGANIZATION (SOMO). 5. CARGO DOCUMENTATION: DOCUMENTATION FOR IRAQ BOUND CARGO MUST INCLUDE THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW. A. AN ORIGINAL MANIFEST DESCRIBING THE CARGO, AS WELL AS ITS LOCATION IN THE SHIP, MUST BE ONBOARD. THE ORIGINAL MANIFEST MUST INCLUDE THE PORT OF ORIGIN, PORTS OF CALL, COMPLETE BUSINESS NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ALL SHIPPERS AND CONSIGNEES AND FINAL DESTINATION OF ALL CARGO. A COMPLETE BUSINESS ADDRESS MUST INCLUDE, THE STREET ADDRESS, A PROMINENT IDENTIFIABLE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION, OR A POST OFFICE BOX, CONTACT PERSON, NAME OR RECIPIENT MINISTRY OR ENTITY, AN ADDRESS PLUS A TELEPHONE NUMBER OR FAX NUMBER. B. CONSIGNEE NAMES AND ADDRESSES ON ALL CARGO MUST MATCH THE MANIFEST. C. THE MANIFEST MUST BEAR AN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE OF THE VESSEL'S MASTER OR CHIEF MATE. THE MANIFEST MAY BE ON SHIPPERS LETTERHEAD, FAX, PHOTOCOPY OR COMPUTER PRINTOUT, BUT IT MUST BEAR AN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE. D. THE ORIGINAL MANIFEST MAY CONSIST OF MORE THAN ONE DOCUMENT IF THERE ARE AMENDMENTS THAT LIST CARGO DROPPED OFF AT A GIVEN PORT OR CORRECT THE ORIGINAL MANIFEST. THESE AMENDMENTS MAY ORIGINATE FROM THE SHIPPER OR CARRIER. SINCE ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MAY BE TRANSMITTED TO A VESSEL BY TELEGRAM OR FAX, THEY NEED NOT BEAR AN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE. HOWEVER, THE MASTER IS REQUIRED TO CERTIFY IN WRITING THAT THE AMENDED MANIFEST ACCURATELY REFLECTS WHAT IS ON BOARD THE VESSEL. 6. INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTATION: IRAQ BOUND VESSELS WHICH ARE DETERMINED TO HAVE INCOMPLETE CARGO MANIFESTS, TO BE OTHERWISE IN VIOLATION OF REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN PARAGRAPH 5 OF THIS ADVISORY OR IRAQI LAWS, MAY BE DETAINED BY THE MSF FOR TURN OVER TO THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT OR DIVERTED TO LAST PORT OF CALL UNTIL APPROPRIATE CONDITIONS ARE MET. 7. PETROLEUM IMPORTS AND EXPORTS: TRADE IN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IS CONTROLLED BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT. IRAQI LAW AUTHORIZES THE SEIZURE AND CONFISCATION OF VESSELS FOUND IN VIOLATION OF ANY PETROLEUM IMPORT OR EXPORT AUTHORIZATION. ALL PETROLEUM IMPORTS AND EXPORTS ARE HANDLED THROUGH SOMO OR ITS AGENT THE IRAQI SOUTH OIL COMPANY (SOC). ONLY THOSE OIL SHIPMENTS VERIFIED TO BE UNDER VALID SOMO CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT WILL BE ALLOWED TO PASS. SOMO CAN BE CONTACTED BY FAX AT VESSEL DOCUMENTATION: VESSELS MUST MAINTAIN SUFFICIENT INDICIA OF FLAG STATE REGISTRY, SUCH AS THE ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRY, ON BOARD AT ALL TIMES THE VESSEL IS IN OPERATION. STATELESS VESSELS OR VESSELS WITHOUT VALID SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CERTIFICATES ARE NOT WELCOME IN IRAQ. A. QUESTIONABLE REGISTRY: VESSELS WITH QUESTIONABLE REGISTRY MAY BE DELAYED IN OBTAINING CLEARANCE TO PROCEED OR FACE DETENTION AND OTHER PENALTIES UPON ARRIVAL IN IRAQI PORTS. III-1.18

78 SECTION III NM 52/08 B. INVALID REGISTRY: VESSELS PRESENTING CERTIFICATES OF REGISTRY CONFIRMED TO BE INVALID WILL BE DENIED ENTRY INTO IRAQ, AND COULD BE SUBJECT TO ARREST BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT. 9. PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION: ALL CREWMEMBERS ON IRAQ BOUND VESSELS MUST POSSESS VALID SEAMAN'S DOCUMENTS OR PASSPORTS. ALL PASSENGERS EN ROUTE IRAQ MUST POSSESS VALID PASSPORTS OR OTHER IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE UNDER IRAQI LAW OR REGULATION. 10. FERRIES AND PASSENGER SHIPS: FERRIES OR PASSENGER SHIPS TRAVERSING THE IRAQI MARITIME SECURITY FORCE CHECKPOINT WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS. A. VESSELS CARRYING PASSENGERS ONLY (WITH NO COMMERCIAL CARGO CAPACITY) MAY ARRANGE FOR AN EXPEDITIOUS TRANSIT THROUGH THE CHECKPOINT BY FORWARDING A CERTIFIED PASSENGER LIST AT LEAST 36 HOURS PRIOR TO TRANSIT BY FAX OR LETTER TO THE IRAQI PORT AUTHORITY. ADDITIONALLY, TEN DAYS PRIOR TO FIRST TRANSIT FORWARD A CERTIFIED ATTESTATION BY FAX OR LETTER FROM A RECOGNIZED MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES (IACS) THAT THE SHIP IN FACT HAS NO CARGO CARRYING CAPACITY. B. A PASSENGER VESSEL ARRIVING AT THE IRAQI MARITIME SECURITY FORCE CHECKPOINT THAT HAS NOT COMPLIED WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 10.A. WILL BE HELD UNTIL AUTHORIZED BY THE IRAQI PORT AUTHORITY TO ENTER PORT. THE PASSENGER VESSEL MAY BE BOARDED AND INSPECTED WHILE AWAITING AUTHORIZATION. 12. QUERY/BOARDING PROCEDURES: MSF UNITS QUERYING PASSING VESSELS WILL IDENTIFY THEMSELVES AS MARITIME SECURITY FORCE WARSHIP (OR AIRCRAFT) AND MAY GIVE AN IDENTIFYING NUMBER. MERCHANT VESSELS WILL BE EXPECTED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IN RESPONSE TO QUERY. 1. NAME. 2. FLAG. 3. INTERNATIONAL RADIO CALL SIGN OR DISTINCTIVE LETTERS ASSIGNED BY FLAG STATE. 4. CARGO QUANTITY AND DESCRIPTION (WITH EXCEPTION OF MILITARY CARGO). 5. AGENT. 6. LAST PORT OF CALL AND DATE DEPARTED. 7. NEXT PORT OF CALL AND ESTIMATED ARRIVAL. 8. DATE OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE. FOLLOWING QUERY, VESSELS MAY BE CLEARED TO PROCEED OR DIRECTED TO STANDBY FOR BOARDING. SHIPS DIRECTED TO STANDBY FOR BOARDING WILL BE BOARDED AS EXPEDITIOUSLY AS POSSIBLE, WITH DUE REGARD FOR WEATHER CONDITIONS AND VESSEL CHARACTERISTICS. COALITION VESSELS CONDUCTING BOARDING'S WILL ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE ADVANCE NOTICE OF BOARDING TEAM ARRIVAL WHENEVER POSSIBLE. A. BOARDING/SECURITY SWEEP: BOARDING TEAMS WILL ADVISE VESSELS OF REQUIREMENTS TO MUSTER CREW AND ACCOUNT FOR ANY WATCHSTANDERS PRIOR TO BOARDING. ALL DIRECTIONS FROM THE COALITION VESSEL SHOULD BE FOLLOWED EXPLICITLY TO AVOID MISUNDERSTANDING. IF ANY DIRECTION IS NOT UNDERSTOOD, THE VESSEL MASTER SHOULD ASK FOR CLARIFICATION. MERCHANT CREWS SHOULD NOT TAKE OFFENSE AT SECURITY SWEEPS, AND SHOULD NOT INTERFERE WITH THEM. REMAIN IN LOCATIONS DESIGNATED UNTIL CLEARED TO MOVE ABOUT THE SHIP BY THE BOARDING TEAM. B. SHIP INSPECTION. VESSEL MASTERS CAN FACILITATE THE INSPECTION PROCESS BY OPENING HATCH COVERS AND MAKING OTHER REASONABLE PREPARATIONS PRIOR TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE BOARDING TEAM. THE SHIP'S CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRY, CARGO DOCUMENTATION, AND CREW PASSPORTS OR SEAMAN'S BOOKS SHOULD BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION BY THE BOARDING OFFICER. BOARDING TEAMS MAY REQUIRE COPIES OF SOME DOCUMENTS. 46/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART 507 (2ND ED). 1. ODAS BUOY ESTABLISHED IN N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 40/08. 47/08(81,82). NORTH PACIFIC. NEW GUINEA. NGA CHART 507 (2ND ED). ODAS BUOY ESTABLISHED IN 00-02N E. 83/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART 507 (2ND ED). ODAS BUOY ESTABLISHED IN N E. 97/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART 507 (2ND ED). ODAS BUOY ESTABLISHED IN N E. (091140Z JAN 2008) (091553Z JAN 2008) (100746Z JAN 2008) (161205Z JAN 2008) (181219Z JAN 2008) III-1.19

79 NM 52/08 SECTION III 108/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART (6TH ED). 1. ODAS BUOY ESTABLISHED IN N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 100/08(83). 195/08(62). RED SEA. GULF OF SUEZ. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V RSV1 ALONG TRACKLINE BETWEEN 29-30N E AND 29-47N E. 500 METER BERTH REQUESTED. 240/08(GEN). INDIAN OCEAN. GULF OF ADEN. 1. OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. PARTICIPATION OF MERCHANT SHIPPING. 2. IN ORDER TO SUPPORT THE US AND MULTINATIONAL TASK GROUPS IN THEIR SURVEILLANCE AND ANTI-TERRORIST OPERATIONS IN THE GULF OF ADEN AND APPROACHES, GERMAN TASK GROUP IS TASKED WITH PROVIDING SHIPPING INFORMATION AND ACTING AS A POINT OF CONTACT FOR MERCHANT SHIPPING. INFORMATION WILL BE FORWARDED TO MERCHANT SHIPPING IN THIS AREA EAST OF BAB-EL-MANDEB AND OUTSIDE THE TERRITORIAL WATERS OF SOMALIA FOR SAFE PASSAGE.. 3. ALL MERCHANT SHIPPING IS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE TO IMPROVE THE REPORTING AND EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION. SUCH REPORTING IS VOLUNTARY HOWEVER, CIVIL MARITIME AUTHORITIES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO SUPPORT THIS SERVICE WHICH, BY ITS STABILIZING NAVAL PRESENCE, BENEFITS SHIPPING IN THE REGION. 4. SHIPPING COMPANIES AND MERCHANT SHIPS ARE KINDLY REQUESTED TO REPORT DETAILED INFORMATION TO THE TASK GROUP BY OR BY INMARSAT: ALL SHIPS ARE REQUESTED TO PROVIDE NAME, INTERNATIONAL CALL SIGN, IMO NUMBER AND GENERAL NATURE OF CARGO. 5. SHIPS INTENDING TO TRANSIT AN AREA OF OPERATION WESTWARDS TO THE RED SEA AND THE SUEZ CANAL ARE REQUESTED TO PROVIDE POSITION, ETD AND NAME OF THE LAST PORT OF CALL, AND ETA SUEZ CANAL. SHIPS INTENDING TO TRANSIT EASTWARDS AFTER PASSING THE SUEZ CANAL ARE REQUESTED TO PROVIDE POSITION, ETD SUEZ CANAL AND NEXT PORT OF CALL. GENERAL INFORMATION AND THE SHIP-DATA FORM ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE: 6. THE EMPHASIS IS ON THE EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION BETWEEN MILITARY AUTHORITIES, NAVAL FORCES AND MERCHANT SHIPPING. PROVISION OF THIS INFORMATION WILL ASSIST IN THE COMPILATION OF AN ACCURATE SHIPPING PLOT FOR THE SECURITY OF SHIPPING BY NAVAL FORCES IN THE REGION. IT WILL ALSO REDUCE VHF TRAFFIC BETWEEN MERCHANT SHIPS AND WARSHIPS. 7. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1602/ /08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHEAST COAST. NGA CHART (10TH ED). POINT CARWIGHT LIGHT S E CHANGED TO: FL (2) W 15 SEC WHITE 20 MILES, RED 9 MILES. 529/08(91). PHILIPPINES. LUZON-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (8TH ED). 1. CAPONES LIGHT N E UNLIT. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 518/08(22). 560/08(74). AUSTRALIA-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (9TH ED). GUILDERTON LIGHT S E RANGE REDUCED TO 19 MILES. 606/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. NGA CHART (5TH ED). DANGEROUS WRECK IN 11-04N E. 748/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART 510 (3RD ED). BUOY, FL(5)Y 6 SEC WITH RA REF, ESTABLISHED IN N E. (190940Z JAN 2008) (301702Z JAN 2008) (071631Z FEB 2008) (042028Z MAR 2008) (230506Z MAR 2008) (270850Z MAR 2008) (010805Z APR 2008) (201012Z APR 2008) 835/08(62). RED SEA. NGA CHART (15TH ED). RACONS INOPERATIVE: 1. RAS SHUKIER N BUOY N E. 2. RAS SHUKIER SE BUOY N E. III-1.20 (022022Z MAY 2008)

80 SECTION III NM 52/08 889/08(93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. NGA CHART (2ND ED). PLATFORM ESTABLISHED IN N E. 906/08(71,93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. NGA CHART (9TH ED). SIX UNLIT WELLHEADS WITHIN ONE MILE OF N E. 1140/08(61). INDIAN OCEAN. NGA CHART 702 (5TH ED). 1. DISCOLORED WATER REPORTED IN AREA BOUND BY S E, S E, S E, S E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1135/ /08(61). INDIAN OCEAN. NGA CHART 702 (5TH ED). 1. DISLOLORED WATER REPORTED IN AREA BOUND BY S E, S E, S E, S E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1134/ /08(22). PERU. NGA CHART (3RD ED). RACON AT PUNTA PARINAS LIGHT S W INOPERATIVE. 1272/08(97). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART (3RD ED). 1. DISCOLORED WATER WITH SUBMARINE VOLCANIC ACTIVITY REPORTED VICINITY N E AT Z JUL. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 311/ /08(71). STRAIT OF MALACCA. 1. SALVAGE OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 18 JUN 09 VICINITY N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 19 JUN /08(71). MALACCA STRAIT. NGA CHART (4TH ED). RACON AT MUDAH SELATAN LIGHT N E OFF AIR. 1340/08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. NGA CHART 507 (2ND ED). OBSERVATION BUOY ESTABLISHED IN: A N E. B N E. 1345/08(92). SOUTH CHINA SEA. M/V RUBICON INTREPID VICINITY N E. 1473/08(61). INDIAN OCEAN. NGA CHART 702 (5TH ED). DISCOLORED WATER REPORTED VICINITY: S E S E S E. 1497/08(71). STRAIT OF MALACCA. 1. SALVAGE OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 08 JUN 10 IN AREA BOUNDED BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1302/ CANCEL THIS MSG 09 JUN 10. (081617Z MAY 2008) (110949Z MAY 2008) (181144Z JUN 2008) (181153Z JUN 2008) (040811Z JUL 2008) (051116Z JUL 2008) (091108Z JUL 2008) (141218Z JUL 2008) (151304Z JUL 2008) (161143Z JUL 2008) (311956Z JUL 2008) (051303Z AUG 2008) III-1.21

81 NM 52/08 SECTION III 1502/08(71,72,92). MALAYSIA-NORTHEAST COAST. SEISMIC SURVEY 11 AUG UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GEO EXPLORER IN AREA BOUND BY 07-00N E, 07-00N E, 06-12N E, 06-12N E, 06-26N E, 06-26N E, 06-04N E, 06-00N E, 06-00N E, 06-36N E. 1654/08(62). PERSIAN GULF. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V CYRUS II WITHIN TWO MILES OF N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 1669/08(74). TIMOR SEA. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V SOUTHERN SUPPORTER IN AREA BETWEEN 10-35S 10-40S AND E E. TWO MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 1812/08(61). AFRICA-EAST COAST. NGA CHART (3RD ED). ILHA DE MAFAMEDE LIGHT S E UNLIT. 1831/08(62). GULF OF SUEZ. NGA CHART (15TH ED). JAZIRAT SHAKIR LIGHT N E UNLIT. 1910/08(62). GULF OF SUEZ. NGA CHART (15TH ED). RACONS INOPERATIVE: A. BLUFF POINT LIGHT N E. B. SHAB ABU NUHAS LIGHT N E. 1933/08(22). CHILE. RADIO SERVICES. PASCUA RADIO MF AND HF DSC AND NAVTEX SERVICE OFF AIR. VALPARAISO PLAYA ANCHA RADIO ASSUMES CONTROL. 2028/08(61). REUNION ISLAND. CABLE OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER BY CABLESHIP CHAMAREL IN AREA BOUND BY S E, S E, S E, S E. ONE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2043/08(62). GULF OF SUEZ. RACONS INOPERATIVE: 1. NGA CHART (15TH ED). RAS SHUKHEIR LIGHT N E AND LIGHT UNLIT. 2. NGA CHART (8TH ED). A. SC1 LIGHTFLOAT N E. B. QADD EL TAWILA LIGHT N E AND LIGHT UNLIT. 3. CANCEL HYDROPAC 774/08 AND 1907/ /08(62). STRAIT OF HORMUZ. NGA CHART (7TH ED). MINA SAQR BUOY N E UNLIT. 2079/08(71). MALACCA STRAIT. NGA CHART (4TH ED). MUDAH UTARA LIGHT N E DESTROYED, REPLACED BY ISOLATED DANGER MARK. 2111/08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHWEST COAST. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GEO ATLANTIC TOWING TEN FOUR MILE LONG CABLES IN AREA BETWEEN 12-57S 13-28S AND E E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. (060836Z AUG 2008) (260803Z AUG 2008) (280545Z AUG 2008) (170958Z SEP 2008) (191228Z SEP 2008) (291609Z SEP 2008) (030423Z OCT 2008) (170858Z OCT 2008) (190921Z OCT 2008) (231026Z OCT 2008) (241009Z OCT 2008) (281406Z OCT 2008) III-1.22

82 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHWEST COAST. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V OCEAN ENDEAVOUR IN 13-49S E. 2.5 MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2154/08(62). GULF OF SUEZ. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V BUL DOOG, M/V MERMAID DISCOVERY AND M/V TRINITYSEKR IN AREA BETWEEN 27-30N 27-27N AND E E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2175/08(61). WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED VICINITY 05-05S E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO RCC ALAMEDA, TELEX: , PHONE: , /08(GEN). GULF OF ADEN ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES. 1. THIS MARAD ADVISORY PROVIDES SUGGESTED ANTI-PIRACY DISTRESS CALLING PROCEDURES FOR COMMERCIAL VESSELS TRANSITING THE GULF OF ADEN. 2. WHEN IN DISTRESS, CALL FOR HELP ON VHF-16 AND MF/HF DSC. 3. IMMEDIATELY CONTACT UKMTO BY PHONE: , 4. IF NO ANSWER CALL MARLO BAHRAIN PHONE: , 5. ALSO ACTIVATE SSAS (SHIP SECURITY ALERT SYSTEM). 6. THIS ADVISORY WAS COORDINATED WITH UKMTO (UNITED KINGDOM MARITIME TRADE ORGANISATION) AND MARLO (MARITIME LIAISON OFFICE) BAHRAIN. 7. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS ADVISORY, CONTACT MR. RAWLINS, MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE OF SECURITY, CODE: MAR-420, ROOM W23-440, 1200 NEW JERSEY AVE, S.E., WASHINGTON, DC 20590, PHONE: , FAX: , TELEX II: (MARAD DOT WSH) OR /08(22). PERU. NGA CHART (17TH ED). ISLA BLANCA LIGHT S W UNLIT. 2205/08(22). PERU. NGA CHART (17TH ED). PUNTA COLORADA LIGHT S W UNLIT. 2212/08(97). NORTH PACFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JAPAN COAST GUARD. 2221/08(62). PERSIAN GULF. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V ORION TOWING EIGHT 6000 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2223/08(62). RED SEA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GEOWAVE COMMANDER, M/V THORE ASSISTR AND M/V HUNTER TOWING EIGHT 4500 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2153/08. (310731Z OCT 2008) (312153Z OCT 2008) (032311Z NOV 2008) (071430Z NOV 2008) (081126Z NOV 2008) (081127Z NOV 2008) (100130Z NOV 2008) (111150Z NOV 2008) (111207Z NOV 2008) III-1.23

83 NM 52/08 SECTION III 2226/08(61). INDIAN OCEAN. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ IN S E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC MUMBAI, PHONE: , FAX: , /08(61). MADAGASCAR-SOUTH COAST. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ IN S E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC REUNION, TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: /08(62). PERSIAN GULF. QATAR. NGA CHART (6TH ED). DANGEROUS WRECK IN N E. 2244/08(63). INDIA-EAST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 30 MAY 09 BY M/V WESTERN SPIRIT TOWING EIGHT 6000 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BETWEEN 19-50N 19-22N AND E E. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 31 MAY /08(63). ANDAMAN SEA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 JAN 09 BY M/V GECO TOPAZ TOWING EIGHT 6000 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 FEB /08(16,97). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON AND MHZ IN N E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO US COAST GUARD KODIAK. 2255/08(71,93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. CABLE LAYING OPERATIONS 17 NOV UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY CABLESHIP RENE DESCARTES VICINITY OF TRACKLINE JOINING N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2259/08(71). SOUTH CHINA SEA. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V AKADEMIK FERSMAN TOWING 8500 METER LONG CABLE IN AREA BETWEEN 02-35N 06-45N AND E E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(62). NORTHERN PERSIAN GULF. NGA CHART (4TH ED). ISOLATED DANGER BUOY, FL (2) W 9 SEC, ESTABLISHED IN N E. 2267/08(62). STRAIT OF HORMUZ. NGA CHART (7TH). 1. LARA LIGHT, FL (2) 10 SEC 40 METERS 18 MILES, ESTABLISHED IN N E. 2. ISOLATED DANGER BUOY N E REMOVED. III-1.24 (120915Z NOV 2008) (130445Z NOV 2008) (140714Z NOV 2008) (141432Z NOV 2008) (141442Z NOV 2008) (150735Z NOV 2008) (151621Z NOV 2008) (161028Z NOV 2008) (181451Z NOV 2008) (181511Z NOV 2008)

84 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(97). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 243 MHZ IN N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JAPAN COAST GUARD. 2279/08(71). MALAYSIA-SOUTHEAST COAST. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED FROM M/V INDAH ABADI VICINITY 02-05N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO SINGAPORE PORT OPERATIONS, TELEX: 20021, PHONE: , FAX: , /08(22). CHILE. RADIO SERVICES. FELIX RADIO MF DSC OFF AIR. MAGALLANES RADIO ASSUMES CONTROL. 2286/08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHEAST COAST. NGA CHART (2ND ED). JOAN REEF LIGHT, FL(4) W 10 SEC 10/8 MILES WITH SECTORS RED , WHITE , ESTABLISHED IN S E. 2297/08(96,97). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 243 MHZ IN N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JAPAN COAST GUARD. 2298/08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHWEST COAST. 1. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V PACIFIC SWORD IN AREA BETWEEN 20-40S 23-40S AND E E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2187/ /08(94). TAIWAN STRAIT. 1. CABLE REPAIR OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V CABLE RETRIEVER ALONG TRACKLINES BETWEEN: A N E AND N E. B N E AND N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(91). SOUTH CHINA SEA. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ IN N E AT Z NOV. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC HONG KONG, TELEX: 82952, PHONE: , FAX: /08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHWEST COAST. NGA CHART (7TH ED). SUBSURFACE BUOY ESTABLISHED IN 21-24S E. 2320/08(97). NORTH PACIFIC. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 2300Z TO 0900Z COMMENCING DAILY 30 NOV THRU 30 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2323/08(94). TAIWAN STRAIT. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0100Z TO 0900Z DAILY 01 THRU 05, 08 THRU 12, 15 THRU 19, 22 THRU 26 AND 29 THRU 31 DEC WITHIN 15 MILES OF N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. (191314Z NOV 2008) (191455Z NOV 2008) (200302Z NOV 2008) (202353Z NOV 2008) (222217Z NOV 2008) (230745Z NOV 2008) (231007Z NOV 2008) (241919Z NOV 2008) (250845Z NOV 2008) (260918Z NOV 2008) (261258Z NOV 2008) III-1.25

85 NM 52/08 SECTION III 2335/08(95). SEA OF JAPAN. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0001Z TO 0800Z DAILY 02, 04, 09, 11, 16, 18 AND 23 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY 38-25N E, 38-25N E, 38-10N E, 38-10N E, 38-17N E, 38-17N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2336/08(62). GULF OF SUEZ. 1. PIPELINE REPAIR OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V MARIDIVE AND M/V IMONO ALONG TRACKLINE JOINING N E, N E, N E, N E. HALF MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1610/ /08(62). PERSIAN GULF. NGA CHART (9TH ED). DALMA REEF BUOY N E MISSING. 2338/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS 0230Z TO 1230Z DAILY UNTIL 07 DEC AND 14 THRU 21 DEC IN AREA BETWEEN 15-13N 15-11N AND E E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2296/08(63,71). 3. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2340/08(63). INDIA-EAST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V BERGON SURVEYOR TOWING 10,300 METER LONG CABLE IN AREA BOUND BY 15-00N E, 15-00N E, 16-00N E, 16-00N E. EIGHT MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(94). TAIWAN-EAST COAST. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 2300Z TO 0400Z COMMENCING DAILY 02 THRU 04 DEC, 07 THRU 11, 14 THRU 18, 21 THRU 25 AND 28 THRU 30 DEC AND 0500Z TO 0930Z DAILY 02 THRU 05 DEC, 08 THRU 12, 15 THRU 19, 22 THRU 26 AND 29 THRU 31 DEC WITHIN 28 MILES OF 21-58N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2371/08(63). BAY OF BENGAL. M/V YM UNISON, 23 PERSONS ON BOARD, ON FIRE IN 05-56N E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JRCC STAVANGER, TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: /08(63,71). BAY OF BENGAL. MAN OVERBOARD FROM M/V HAWK ARROW VICINITY N E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO ANY COASTAL RADIO STATION. 2383/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. MAN OVERBOARD FROM M/V SHAITAN SINGH IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO ANY COASTAL RADIO STATION. (280948Z NOV 2008) (280954Z NOV 2008) (281055Z NOV 2008) (281117Z NOV 2008) (281140Z NOV 2008) (021005Z DEC 2008) (021329Z DEC 2008) (021610Z DEC 2008) (031210Z DEC 2008) 2386/08(62). GULF OF ADEN. PIRACY. 1. THE ANTI PIRACY PATROL-INDIAN NAVAL SHIP MYSORE (MYS) IDENTIFIED A POTENTIAL HIGH THREAT FROM PIRATE ATTACK IN LOCATION 13-39N E. 2. THE SHIP ENCOUNTERED A CONCENTRATION OF SMALL CRAFT WITHIN 10 NM OF 13-39N E AT Z DEC. THE BOATS WERE INVESTIGATED BY THE SHIPS HELICOPTER III-1.26

86 SECTION III NM 52/08 AND THE FOLLOWING EMERGED: A. GROUPS OF SKIFFS OPERATING TOGETHER. GROUP BROKE OFF IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS ON APPROACH OF HELICOPTER. B. ALL SKIFFS OPERATING AT HIGH SPEEDS. C. IN EXCESS OF FIVE PERSONNEL ON MOST SKIFFS. 3. RECOMMEND VESSELS BE ADVISED TO OBSERVE ALL ANTI PIRACY MEASURES IN ABOVE AREA. 2398/08(61). SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN. CHART 70 (4TH ED). 1. MOORINGS ESTABLISHED AT LEAST 75 METERS BELOW SURFACE: A S E. B S E. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2264/ /08(63). INDIA-EAST COAST. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 2330Z TO 1800Z COMMENCING DAILY 10 THRU 13, 14 THRU 17 AND 29 DEC THRU 01 JAN 09 IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN /08(22). PERU. NGA CHART (3RD ED). PUNTA LA NEGRA LIGHT S W UNLIT. 2409/08(61). INDIAN OCEAN. SEYCHELLES. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ FROM M/V BUFFALO VICINITY S E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JRCC STAVANGER, TELEX: , PHONE: , FAX: /08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 30 JUN 09 BY M/V SAGAR SANDHANI TOWING TWO 5000 METER LONG CABLE IN AREA BETWEEN 20-42N 20-15N AND E E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2003/ CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JUL /08(62,63). ARABIAN SEA. MAN OVERBOARD FROM M/V SEA EMPAROR IN 23-56N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO ANY COASTAL RADIO STATION. 2438/08(61). SOUTH AFRICA-SOUTH COAST. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V ELLEN KHUZWAYO IN AREA BOUND BY S E, S E, S E, S E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2447/08(63). INDIA. BAY OF BENGAL. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 10 JAN 09 BY M/V SEISQUEST TOWING EIGHT 6000 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 11 JAN 09. (031837Z DEC 2008) (042317Z DEC 2008) (051733Z DEC 2008) (061041Z DEC 2008) (061324Z DEC 2008) (081150Z DEC 2008) (081159Z DEC 2008) (091139Z DEC 2008) (101254Z DEC 2008) 2448/08(63). INDIA. BAY OF BENGAL. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 28 FEB 09 BY M/V CGG ALIZE TOWING EIGHT 8000 METER III-1.27

87 NM 52/08 SECTION III LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 01 MAR /08(63). INDIA-EAST COAST. 1. SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 24 DEC IN AREA BETWEEN 14-32N 15-05N AND E E. ONE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 25 DEC. 2454/08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHWEST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GECO SEARCHER TOWING FIVE MILE LONG CABLE IN AREA BETWEEN 20-47S 20-51S AND E E. FIVE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 1616/ /08(71,93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. 1. DERELICT F/V, WHITE HULL WITH RED STRIPE, CAPSIZED AND ADRIFT IN N E. REPORTS TO SINGAPORE PORT OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTRE, PHONE: , FAX: , 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2420/ CANCEL THIS MSG 19 DEC. 2460/08(63). ANDAMAN ISLANDS. MAN OVERBOARD FROM VESSEL IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO ANY COASTAL RADIO STATION. 2461/08(63). ARABIAN SEA. PAKISTAN. 1. OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 07 JAN 09 BY M/V PELAGIA IN AREA BOUND BY 23-30N E, 22-35N E, 24-00N E, 24-33N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 08 JAN /08(63). ARABIAN SEA. PAKISTAN. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V GEOWAVE CHAMPION TOWING TEN 7000 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2252/ /08(93). SOUTH CHINA SEA. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MRCC HONG KONG, TELEX: , PHONE: /08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO U.S. COAST GUARD SECTOR GUAM, PHONE: , III-1.28 (101258Z DEC 2008) (111251Z DEC 2008) (112127Z DEC 2008) (120507Z DEC 2008) (120920Z DEC 2008) (120938Z DEC 2008) (120951Z DEC 2008) (121102Z DEC 2008) (121706Z DEC 2008)

88 SECTION III NM 52/ /08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO U.S. COAST GUARD SECTOR GUAM, PHONE: , /08(GEN). 1. HYDROPAC MESSAGES IN FORCE Z DEC ONLY THOSE MESSAGES ISSUED DURING THE LAST SIX WEEKS ARE LISTED HEREIN SERIES: 2175(61), 2198(GEN), 2204(22), 2205(22), 2212(97), 2221(62), 2223(62), 2226(61), 2233(61), 2241(62), 2244(63), 2245(63), 2250(16,97), 2255(71,93), 2259(71), 2266(62), 2267(62), 2277(71), 2278(97), 2279(71), 2280(22), 2286(74), 2297(96,97), 2298(74), 2300(94), 2305(63), 2306(63), 2310(91), 2312(74), 2320(97), 2323(94), 2335(95), 2336(62), 2337(62), 2338(63), 2340(63), 2347(63), 2369(94), 2370(57,61), 2371(63), 2372(63), 2373(63,71), 2374(22), 2383(63), 2386(62), 2398(61), 2401(71,93), 2403(63), 2408(22), 2409(61), 2413(63), 2424(63), 2425(62,63), 2435(72), 2438(61), 2447(63), 2448(63), 2449(22), 2451(63), 2452(23,29), 2454(74), 2457(71,93), 2458(63), 2460(63), 2461(63), 2462(63), 2463(93), 2468(81), 2470(76), 2471(22), 2472(81). 2. THE SUMMARY OF ALL HYDROPAC MESSAGES IN FORCE AS OF 20 DEC 2007 IS GIVEN IN SEC III OF NM 52/07. WARNINGS ISSUED DURING THE SUBSEQUENT QUARTERS ARE SUMMARIZED IN NM 13/08, 26/08 AND 39/ CANCEL HYDROPAC 2434/06, 2095/08, 2116/08, 2132/08, 2165/08, 2219/08, 2285/08, 2295/08, 2322/08, 2326/08, 2331/08, 2333/08, 2404/08, 2405/08, 2406/08, 2414/ /08(81). NORTH PACIFIC. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 0001Z TO 1000Z DAILY 15 THRU 19 DEC WITHIN TEN MILES OF 16-01N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2475/08(94,97). YELLOW SEA. 1. SUBMARINE CABLE REPAIR OPERATIONS: A. 14 THRU 21 DEC WITHIN 5000 METERS OF N E. B. 21 THRU 27 DEC WITHIN 5000 METERS OF N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 28 DEC. 2476/08(95). YELLOW SEA. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0400Z TO 0600Z DAILY 17 AND 19 DEC AND 0001Z TO 1000Z DAILY 22 AND 23 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2477/08(94). YELLOW SEA. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0001Z TO 0800Z DAILY 17 THRU 19, 22 THRU 24, 26 AND 29 THRU 31 DEC IN AREA BETWEEN 36-05N 36-35N AND E E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2478/08(95). SEA OF JAPAN. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0001Z TO 0800Z DAILY 17 THRU 19, 22 THRU 24, 26 AND 29 THRU 31 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY 38-08N E, 38-08N E, 37-39N E, 37-42N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2479/08(74). AUSTRALIA-NORTHEAST COAST. NGA CHART (1ST ED). DECAPOLIS REEF LIGHT S E UNLIT. (130646Z DEC 2008) (130954Z DEC 2008) (131020Z DEC 2008) (131029Z DEC 2008) (131111Z DEC 2008) (131132Z DEC 2008) (131150Z DEC 2008) (131246Z DEC 2008) III-1.29

89 NM 52/08 SECTION III 2481/08(97). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 243 MHZ IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JAPAN COAST GUARD. 2482/08(22). SOUTH PACIFIC. PERU. MAN OVERBOARD FROM F/V ZARIN IN S W AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO ANY COASTAL RADIO STATION. 2485/08(95). YELLOW SEA. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0001Z TO 0800Z DAILY 17 THRU 19, 22 THRU 24, 26 AND 29 THRU 31 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2486/08(72). JAVA SEA. 1. CABLE LAYING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS UNTIL 23 DEC BY M/V ILE DE RE VICINITY OF TRACKLINE JOINING S E, S E, S E, S E, S E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 24 DEC. 2488/08(83). SOUTH PACIFIC. ICE. 1. ICEBERG REPORTED IN 49-51S W AT Z DEC. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 22 DEC. 2490/08(63). ARABIAN SEA. PAKISTAN. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY M/V ZAKHER FUGRO AND M/V VIIKING-II IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED. 2492/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 31 DEC BY M/V NORTHERN EXPLORER TOWING SEVEN MILE LONG CABLE IN AREA BOUND BY 23-25N E, 23-25N E, 21-55N E, 21-55N E. NINE MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2372/ CANCEL THIS MSG 01 JAN /08(96). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON MHZ IN N E AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JAPAN COAST GUARD. 2494/08(94). TAIWAN-EAST COAST. GUNNERY. 1. GUNNERY EXERCISES 0030Z TO 0400Z AND 0600Z TO 0900Z DAILY 17, 18, 30 AND 31 DEC AND 07 AND 08 JAN 09 WITHIN 46 MILES OF 23-34N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z JAN 09. (131310Z DEC 2008) (140323Z DEC 2008) (141043Z DEC 2008) (141050Z DEC 2008) (150025Z DEC 2008) (151254Z DEC 2008) (151545Z DEC 2008) (151558Z DEC 2008) (160224Z DEC 2008) 2495/08(63). BAY OF BENGAL. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 01 FEB 09 BY M/V OSPREY EXPLORER TOWING 8500 METER LONG CABLE IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, III-1.30

90 SECTION III NM 52/ N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 02 FEB /08(63). ARABIAN SEA. LAKSHADWEEP. NGA CHART (1ST ED). THINNAKARA ISLET LIGHT N E UNLIT. 2497/08(23,29). SOUTH ATLANTIC. ICE. 1. ICEBERGS SIGHTED IN: A. A43K, 53-01S W. B. C8, 61-42S W. C. D18, 56-34S W. D. UK236, 55-17S W. E. UK248, 52-19S W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 23 DEC. 2498/08(76,83). SOUTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNALS RECEIVED ON AND MHZ VICINITY: A S E. B S W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MARITIME OPERATIONS NEW ZEALAND, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: , FAX: OR TAUPO MARITIME RADIO. 2499/08(76). SOUTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNALS RECEIVED ON MHZ VICINITY: A S E. B S E. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MARITIME OPERATIONS NEW ZEALAND, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: , FAX: OR TAUPO MARITIME RADIO. 2501/08(63). INDIA-SOUTHEAST COAST. SEISMIC SURVEY 20 DEC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BY VERITAS VIKING II TOWING EIGHT 8500 METER LONG CABLES IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E, N E. SIX MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2504/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS. 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS Z T Z, Z TO Z, Z TO Z, Z TO Z AND Z TO Z DEC IN AREA BOUND BY N E, N E, N E, N E. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2505/08(22). SOUTH PACIFIC. ICE. 1. ICEBERGS REPORTED ON 16 DEC IN: A S W. B S W. C S W. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 23 DEC. 2507/08(73,82). PAPUA NEW GUINEA-NORTH COAST. NGA CHART (5TH ED). DANGEROUS SUBMERGED ROCK IN S E. (160236Z DEC 2008) (160319Z DEC 2008) (160340Z DEC 2008) (160520Z DEC 2008) (160545Z DEC 2008) (160939Z DEC 2008) (161352Z DEC 2008) (161542Z DEC 2008) (170218Z DEC 2008) III-1.31

91 NM 52/08 SECTION III 2508/08(63). INDIA-WEST COAST. 1. SEISMIC SURVEY IN PROGRESS UNTIL 22 DEC BY M/V GGS ATLANTIC TOWING 5.4 MILE LONG CABLE IN AREA BOUND BY 19-00N E, 20-15N E, 17-15N E, 18-00N E. 6.5 MILE BERTH REQUESTED. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 23 DEC. 2510/08(62). GULF OF ADEN. 1. DERELICT TEN METER VESSEL, BLUE AND ORANGE HULL, ADRIFT IN N E AT Z DEC. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 24 DEC. 2511/08(62). PERSIAN GULF. NGA CHART (4TH ED). SHAH ALLUM SHOAL LIGHT N E CHANGED TO: FL (2) W 6 SEC 31 METERS 18 MILES. 2512/08(GEN). GPS SATELLITE SYSTEM. 1. PRN 14 UNUSABLE Z TO Z DEC. 2. CANCEL THIS MSG Z DEC. 2514/08(19). NORTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 406 MHZ IN N W AT Z DEC. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO JRCC HONOLULU, TELEX:392401, PHONE: , FAX: , /08(83). SOUTH PACIFIC. DISTRESS SIGNAL RECEIVED ON 243 MHZ VICINITY 47-56S W. VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE. REPORTS TO MARITIME OPERATIONS NEW ZEALAND, INMARSAT-C: , PHONE: , FAX: OR TAUPO MARITIME RADIO. 2517/08(74,75). AUSTRALIA-SOUTHWEST COAST. NGA CHART (6TH ED). ALBANY DGPS STATION S E OFF AIR. (170827Z DEC 2008) (171328Z DEC 2008) (171341Z DEC 2008) (171401Z DEC 2008) (171951Z DEC 2008) (172323Z DEC 2008) (180721Z DEC 2008) MARAD ADVISORIES MARAD ADVISORIES rapidly disseminate information on government policy, danger and safety issues pertaining to vessel operations and other timely maritime matters. They are periodically issued by the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) to vessel masters, operators, and other U.S. maritime interests. The text of all in-force MARAD ADVISORIES may be obtained by accessing the NGA Maritime Safety Web site ( by referring to Section I (paragraph 50) of US Notice to Mariners 1/08 for those in-force as of 29 December 2007, or by contacting the Maritime Administration, Office of Security, Code MAR-420, Room W23-312, 1200 New Jersey Avenue S.E., Washington DC 20590, Telephone (202) , FAX (202) , Cell (202) MARAD ADVISORIES in force 18 December 2008: 00-7, 05-1, 06-1, 07-1, 07-2, 08-1, 08-3, 08-4, 08-5, 08-6, 08-7, 08-8 and SPECIAL WARNINGS SPECIAL WARNINGS, primarily intended to announce official government proclamations affecting shipping, are broadcast as needed. They are numbered consecutively and further promulgated in the Notice to Mariners. The text of all in-force SPECIAL WARNINGS may be obtained by accessing the NGA Maritime Safety Web site ( or by referring to Section I (paragraph 5) of US Notice to Mariners 1/08 for those in-force as of 29 December 2007 and in Notice to Mariners 25/08. SPECIAL WARNINGS in force 18 December 2008: 1, 29, 77, 81, 82, 89, 92, 107, 108, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123 and 124. III-1.32

92 SECTION III NM 52/08 MARINE INFORMATION TRANSPORTATION WORKER IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIAL (TWIC) TWIC was established by Congress through the Maritime Transportation Act of 2002 (MTSA) and is administered by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). TWICs are tamper-resistant biometric credentials that will be issued to ALL USCG CREDENTIALED MERCHANT MARINERS, as well as workers who require unescorted access to secure areas of ports, vessels, and outer continental shelf facilities. By April 15, 2009, all USCG credentialed mariners will be required to hold a TWIC in order for their license, Merchant Mariner Document (MMD), Certificate of Registry (COR), or Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchstanding (STCW) endorsement to remain valid. Failure to obtain a TWIC may result in suspension or revocation of a mariner s credential under 46 U.S.XC and To obtain a TWIC, an individual must visit an enrollment center where they will pay the enrollment fee, provide biographic information and a complete set of fingerprints, and sit for a digital photograph. Pre-enrollment is highly encouraged as it is designed to save the applicant time and provides the ability to make an appointment. You will need to pick up your TWIC, after being notified it is ready, at the same enrollment center where you applied. The cost for TWIC is $ and it is valid for 5 years. Mariners who already hold a USCG credential may pay a reduced fee of $105.25, however, their TWIC will then expire when their USCG credential expires. For more information on the TWIC program including enrollment locations please visit TSA s websites at or Additional information can be found on the Coast Guard s HOMEPORT website at NGA CHART NEW EDITIONS AND THEIR AVAILABILITY NGA recognizes two paper nautical chart products: - the Enterprise Product on Demand-Maritime (epod-m) chart, and - the traditional NGA paper chart distributed by the Defense Logistics Agency and the Federal Aviation Administration. The Enterprise Product on Demand-Maritime (epod-m) chart is available the day after NGA clears a New Edition for release and is available to Department of Defense (DoD) customers and other authorized U.S. Government users. The traditional paper chart is available six to eight weeks later. Each is official, should be put into service immediately, and meets Federal chart carriage requirements immediately upon its release. Each should be updated from the dates shown in the lower left corner of the chart. For questions, contact NGA at This week s new editions released by NGA are listed below. These NGA charts are now available for download in the epod-m format (large PDF print file) at the following websites: - NIPRNet: - SIPRNet: rd Ed. Dec. 6, 2008 NEW EDITION WGS-84 (NGA Bethesda, MD) APPROACHES TO ESBJERG 1:30,000 (Correct through NM 49/08). NEW EDITION OF SAILING DIRECTIONS Pub. 147, Sailing Directions (Enroute) Caribbean Sea Volume I, Tenth Edition, 2008 is now available through electronic access at the Maritime Safety Web site ( This edition will be available on the Digital Nautical Publications-Quarterly Update, 4th Quarter 2008, CD-ROM. Pub. 147 has been corrected to 15 November 2008, including Notice to Mariners 46 of Digital Nautical publications will be updated using a binary executable called Publication Data Updates (PDU). PDU files are cumulative or sequential ensuring customers will not miss any changes and may be accessed on the Maritime Safety Web site ( III-2.1

93 NM 52/08 SECTION III NEW EDITION OF SAILING DIRECTIONS Pub. 148, Sailing Directions (Enroute) Caribbean Sea Volume II, Tenth Edition, 2008 is now available through electronic access at the Maritime Safety Web site ( This edition will be available on the Digital Nautical Publications-Quarterly Update, 4th Quarter 2008, CD-ROM. Pub. 148 has been corrected to 22 November 2008, including Notice to Mariners 47 of Digital Nautical publications will be updated using a binary executable called Publication Data Updates (PDU). PDU files are cumulative or sequential ensuring customers will not miss any changes and may be accessed on the Maritime Safety Web site ( NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY S IMPLEMENTATION OF A HARDCOPY TO DIGITAL TRANSITION STRATEGY Since the mid-1990 s, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has been working to improve digital navigation product support for the US Navy and other US Government users. The US Navy is transitioning to digital navigation, thus reducing the need for NGA to continue production of hardcopy charts. Therefore, NGA has begun a gradual transition from hardcopy chart production to a digital data maintenance environment. This notice is to advise mariners, chart agents, and other users of this strategy. During the gradual transition from hardcopy charts to digital charts, NGA will continue to make certain hardcopy charts available only to US Government-approved entities, in accordance with US law or international agreement. These particular charts will be identified as bilateral charts, since they are the product of international bilateral agreements and are duplicates of foreign copyright charts. Each bilateral chart will carry an NGA chart number, a National Stock Number (NSN), a bar code, and will show the number of any existing NGA chart that it replaces only when the chart is a one-for-one replacement. For those charts that are not a one-for-one replacement, no canceled chart number will appear. In the case where more than one new chart is being introduced to replace a single NGA chart, the existing chart will not be canceled until all new replacement charts have been announced in the Notice to Mariners. Bilateral charts are the result of NGA international agreements and are duplicates of foreign copyrighted charts. The charts are printed in English, use metric units, refer to WGS-84 datum and are marked as Distribution Limited. However, certain bilateral charts have not yet been converted to WGS-84 datum, and are of sufficiently large scale (generally larger than 1:50, 000) where the difference from WGS-84 datum is noticeable. These exception charts are printed with datum shift values, which must be applied in order to plot GPS-derived positions correctly. The exception charts are scheduled for eventual conversion to WGS-84 datum; until this occurs, their chart numbers will appear bold-faced in the announcement list below. Bilateral charts will contain references to host nation charts and publications, and may use symbology not yet found in US Chart 1. In most cases, NGA will not attempt to change these references to the equivalent US charts, publications or symbology. However, it should be noted that relevant maritime information referenced in a foreign publication can also usually be found within Sailing Directions, Notice to Mariners 1 (Special Paragraphs), List of Lights, Radio Navigational Aids, or Chart 1. Updates to Sailing Directions and other electronic publications can be made through the application of digital patch files (PDU files), available for download from the NGA Maritime Safety Web site. As the US Navy completes its transition to digital navigation, the use of bilateral charts will be gradually phased out. Until then, Section II of the Notice to Mariners, NGA/DLIS Catalog Corrections, will contain information about specific bilateral charts being announced as well as cancellation of any existing charts that they replace. Update information for bilateral charts will appear in Section I of the Notice to Mariners, Chart Corrections. Standard chart policy remains intact, in that NGA charts are not to be placed in service until their announcement appears in the US Notice to Mariners. NGA has begun adopting bilateral charts in waters of Australia, Canada, and the UK, with additional countries to follow. What this further means is that NGA no longer provides certain hardcopy charts (i.e., those replaced by bilateral charts) for public sale. To obtain these hardcopy charts, civilian users will be required to purchase bilateral chart equivalents from their producer nations and their agents. Contact information for purchasing Australian, Canadian, and UK charts is listed below: Australian Hydrographic Service Web site: Australian Distribution Network: Canadian Hydrographic Service Web site: Canadian Sales Agents: III-2.2

94 UK Hydrographic Office Web site: UK Sales Agents: SECTION III NM 52/08 NGA standard (non-bilateral) charts and NOS charts can still be purchased from the FAA, National Aeronautical Charting Office. The following Web site can be used to search for FAA sales agents by geographic region: United States NOAA/FAA Sales Agents: NGA issues this notice weekly. It will also appear in the See What s New section of the Maritime Safety Web site ( however, the following list of announced bilateral charts will only appear in the Notice to Mariners. NGA bilateral Australian, Canadian, and UK charts announced to date: Former US Chart Current US Chart Foreign Chart Originally Announced in NTM Later Edition ACO14000 Can / ACO14001 Can / ACO14004 Can / ACO14006 Can / ACO14011 Can / ACO14012 Can / ACO14013 Can / ACO14015 Can / ACO14013 Can / ACO14016 Can / XHA14019 Can / XHA14020 Can / AHA14021 Can /05 42/ AHA14022 Can / BHA14023 Can / XCO14025 Can / XCO14026 Can / BHA14027 Can / XCO14026 Can / XHA14028 Can / XHA14029 Can / XHA14030 Can / XHA14031 Can / XHA14029 Can / XHA14032 Can / XHA14032 Can / AHA14036 Can /05 34/ AHA14037 Can / AHA14038 Can / AHA14039 Can / AHA14047 Can / AHA14048 Can / AHA14049 Can / AHA14050 Can / AHA14051 Can / XHA14052 Can / XHA14053 Can / AHA14054 Can / AHA14055 Can /07 20/08 III-2.3

95 NM 52/08 SECTION III AHA14056 Can / AHA14057 Can /07 20/ XCO14058 Can / XHA14059 Can / XHA14060 Can / AHA14064 Can / AHA14069 Can / XHA14071 Can / XHA14072 Can / XHA14073 Can / AHA14075 Can / AHA14076 Can / XHA14143 Can /03 11/ AHA14077 Can / XHA14078 Can / XHA14079 Can / BHA14080 Can / BHA14082 Can / BHA14092 Can / BHA14094 Can / BHA14095 Can / XHA14195 Can /03 11/ XHA14211 Can /03 5/ ACO14004 Can / BHA14369 Can / ACO15002 Can / ACO15003 Can / ACO15007 Can / XCO15010 Can / ACO15014 Can / BHA15016 Can / BHA15025 Can / BHA15027 Can / ACO15030 Can / ACO15032 Can / XHA15036 Can / AHA15037 Can / ACO17007 Can / XHA17410 Can / ACO17411 Can / BCO17415 Can / BCO17417 Can / BHA17442 Can / BHA17447 Can / XHA17448 Can / XHA17451 Can / ACO17493 Can / XHA17494 Can / XHA17497 Can /05 1/ BHA17499 Can / BHA17500 Can / ACO17501 Can / BCO17511 Can / ACO17514 Can / BHA18404 Can / BHA18422 Can / BHA18425 Can /07 III-2.4

96 SECTION III NM 52/ BHA18426 Can / BHA18435 Can / BHA18436 Can / BHA18437 Can / XHA18438 Can / XCO18439 Can / BHA18442 Can / XHA18451 Can / BHA18461 Can / AHA18462 Can / AHA18466 Can / BHA18467 Can /07 16/ XHA18472 Can / ACO35002 UK /04 3/ ACO35003 UK /04 3/ ACO35004 UK /04 4/ ACO35005 UK /04 4/ ACO35006 UK /04 8/ ACO35010 UK /04 12/ ACO35013 UK /04 49/ ACO35014 UK /04 27/ ACO35015 UK /06 10/ ACO35017 UK /08 32/ ACO35018 UK / ACO35019 UK /06 6/ ACO35020 UK / ACO35024 UK1123 3/07 20/ ACO35006 UK /04 8/ BHA35025 UK /04 4/ BHA35027 UK / XHA35028 UK /04 52/ BHA35054 UK /04 46/ BHA35034 UK /04 17/ ACO35010 UK / ACO35014 UK /04 27/ BHA35035 UK /04 52/ BHA35037 UK /04 52/ BHA35038 UK /04 20/ BHA35039 UK /04 4/ BHA35045 UK /04 12/ BHA35046 UK / BHA35048 UK / AHA35049 UK / BHA35050 UK /04 12/ AHA35051 UK / ACO35013 UK /04 49/ BHA35052 UK / BHA35053 UK / ACO35055 UK /04 10/ ACO35056 UK / ACO35057 UK / ACO35058 UK / ACO35059 UK / XCO35061 UK /07 6/ XCO35062 UK /07 49/ ACO35063 UK / ACO35064 UK /07 III-2.5

97 NM 52/08 SECTION III ACO35065 UK / ACO35066 UK / ACO35067 UK / ACO35068 UK / ACO35069 UK / ACO35071 UK / ACO35072 UK / ACO35001 UK /04 4/ ACO35073 UK /07 6/ ACO35074 UK /07 6/ ACO35075 UK /07 6/ ACO35078 UK /07 10/ AHA35079 UK / AHA35089 UK / AHA35090 UK / BHA35091 UK /07 6/ ACO35092 UK /07 6/ AHA35093 UK /07 52/ BHA35094 UK / BHA35095 UK /07 7/ AHA35096 UK / AHA35097 UK / AHA35098 UK / BHA35102 UK / ACO35104 UK /07 7/ AHA35105 UK / ACO35106 UK / AHA35107 UK / AHA35108 UK / AHA35109 UK / ACO35110 UK / BHA35111 UK / BHA35112 UK / BHA35113 UK /06 7/ BHA35114 UK / BHA35115 UK / BHA35116 UK / BHA35117 UK / BHA35118 UK / ACO35119 UK /06 5/ ACO35121 UK / XHA35122 UK / ACO35123 UK / ACO35125 UK /06 46/ ACO35126 UK / ACO35127 UK / ACO35128 UK / ACO35129 UK / ACO35131 UK / XHA35132 UK / XHA35133 UK / XHA35134 UK /06 5/ XHA35137 UK / ACO35138 UK / ACO35139 UK / ACO35140 UK / XHA35145 UK /07 III-2.6

98 SECTION III NM 52/ XHA35146 UK / ACO35147 UK / AHA35148 UK / AHA35149 UK / AHA35151 UK / XCO35172 UK 219 8/ ACO36000 UK / ACO36001 UK / ACO36002 UK / BHA36003 UK / ACO36006 UK / BHA36007 UK / BHA36008 UK / BHA36009 UK / BHA36011 UK / AHA36012 UK / BHA36013 UK / BHA36014 UK / BHA36016 UK / BHA36017 UK / BHA36018 UK / BHA36019 UK / BHA36020 UK / AHA36021 UK / BHA36022 UK / BHA36023 UK / BHA36024 UK / ACO36025 UK / XCO36026 UK / BHA36027 UK /06 16/ BHA36028 UK /06 16/ BHA36029 UK / BHA36030 UK / BHA36030 UK / BHA36031 UK / AHA36032 UK / AHA36033 UK /04 9/ BHA36034 UK /04 9/ ACO36035 UK / BHA36036 UK /04 9/ XHA36037 UK / BHA36038 UK / BHA36039 UK / BHA36041 UK / BHA36042 UK / BHA36043 UK /05 5/ BHA36044 UK /05 52/ BHA36045 UK / BHA36047 UK / ACO36049 UK / XHA36051 UK / ACO36052 UK / BHA36048 UK / BHA37001 UK / BHA37002 UK 32 25/ AHA37003 UK / AHA37004 UK 30 25/05 10/08 III-2.7

99 NM 52/08 SECTION III AHA37006 UK /05 20/ AHA37007 UK /05 18/ XHA37008 UK /05 27/ AHA37009 UK 31 35/ ACO36050 UK / XHA37011 UK / BHA37012 UK /05 18/ BHA37013 UK / BHA37014 UK / ACO37015 UK / AHA37016 UK /05 4/ AHA37017 UK /05 4/ BHA37018 UK /05 5/ AHA37019 UK /05 38/ AHA37020 UK /06 38/ AHA37021 UK /05 16/ BHA37091 UK / BHA37022 UK /05 47/ BHA37023 UK / XHA37026 UK / AHA37027 UK / AHA37028 UK / AHA37029 UK / AHA37030 UK /04 21/ BHA37031 UK /04 5/ AHA37035 UK /04 19/ AHA37036 UK /04 5/ AHA37037 UK /04 17/ BHA37038 UK /04 26/ BHA37039 UK /04 52/ AHA37040 UK /05 5/ AHA37051 UK /04 52/ BHA37052 UK /04 7/ BHA37053 UK /04 7/ BHA37054 UK / ACO37055 UK /04 17/ BHA37056 UK /04 17/ ACO37057 UK /04 8/ ACO37058 UK /04 8/ ACO37059 UK /04 10/ AHA37062 UK /04 52/ BHA37066 UK /05 16/ BHA37067 UK /05 21/ AHA74001 Aus / BHA74072 Aus / BHA74073 Aus / BHA74074 Aus / XHA74142 Aus / XHA74143 Aus / BCO74386 Aus / AHA74154 Aus / BHA74150 Aus / BHA74155 Aus / ACO74019 Aus / BCO74163 Aus / BCO74164 Aus / AHA74180 Aus /07 III-2.8

100 SECTION III NM 52/ AHA74189 Aus / BHA74213 Aus / BHA74199 Aus / BHA74208 Aus / BHA74209 Aus / AHA74212 Aus / BCO74245 Aus / BCO74227 Aus / BHA74226 Aus / BCO74246 Aus / BCO74247 Aus / BHA74225 Aus / BHA74226 Aus / BHA74216 Aus / BHA74237 Aus / BCO74262 Aus / BCO74275 Aus / BCO74276 Aus / BCO74277 Aus / BHA74267 Aus / BHA74279 Aus / ACO74311 Aus / BCO74300 Aus / ACO74311 Aus / BCO74395 Aus / BCO74312 Aus. 6 42/ BCO74313 Aus / BCO74387 Aus / BCO74384 Aus / BCO74383 Aus /07 43/ BHA74341 Aus / BHA74390 Aus / BHA74396 Aus / BHA74397 Aus / BHA74399 Aus / BHA74397 Aus / BHA74343 Aus / ACO74416 Aus / ACO74431 Aus /08 48/ ACO74451 Aus /07 48/ BHA74496 Aus / AHA75147 Aus / ACO74593 Aus / AHA74585 Aus / BHA74589 Aus / BHA74346 Aus / ACO75111 Aus / ACO75114 Aus / ACO75111 Aus / ACO75114 Aus / BHA75119 Aus / BHA75137 Aus /06 42/ BHA75146 Aus / AHA75165 Aus /06 20/ AHA75174 Aus / XHA75163 Aus / XHA75162 Aus /06 III-2.9

101 NM 52/08 SECTION III AHA75174 Aus / AHA75178 Aus /06 25/ BCO75255 Aus / AHA75274 Aus / BHA75273 Aus /07 25/ BHA75271 Aus / BHA75272 Aus / AHA75269 Aus / AHA75267 Aus / AHA75266 Aus /07 III-2.10

102 MARINE INFORMATION REPORT AND SUGGESTION SHEET INSTRUCTIONS We value your suggestions to improve our products. The Marine Information Report and Suggestion Sheet is provided for users to submit corrective information. Please be complete and accurate in your description/suggestion and include the information as detailed below: Observer: name(s) of person(s) making observation and rank, rate or title. Ship/Organization: name of vessel or organization. Address: complete mailing address. Also include telephone number, fax, and/or address, if available, in case clarification is required. Date of Observation: day, month and year at which the observation was made. Time of Observation: local time at which the observation was made. Latitude/Longitude: exact position of the observation expressed as accurately as possible. Datum: horizontal datum to which the observed position is referred (e.g. WGS, NAD83, local foreign datum, etc.). Navigation System: method used to determine the position of the observation (e.g. radar, GPS, Loran, etc.). Include details about the equipment used, if deemed pertinent. Verified by Navigator: indicate whether observation was verified by navigator. Product(s) Affected: product number(s) and/or name(s) to which the observation applies (e.g. Chart 62400, Sailing Directions Pub. 127, etc.). Edition: edition number and/or year of affected product. Latest correction applied: the latest Notice to Mariners to which your copy of affected product has been corrected. Sounding sensor or method used: equipment or method used to collect soundings. When reporting soundings, please provide an annotated echogram, if available, for verification. Soundings corrected for draft: indicate whether soundings have been corrected for vessel s draft. If not, please include observed draft along with the details of information reported. Details of Information Reported: use this space to provide details of the observation/suggestion. When referring to a charted feature, please describe it exactly as it appears on the chart. When referring to a publication, please indicate page number(s) and line number(s) or station number(s) as applicable. Use additional sheets as necessary and include diagrams, photocopies of the product(s) involved and/or photographs to describe observations in greater detail. If possible, include the designation, point of contact, telephone number, fax number and/or address of the local port authority to enable NGA to update our records and obtain additional or later information. User Feedback: use this space to provide feedback and suggestions for improving NGA products and services. Please detach, fold and mail the pre-addressed form and include any other relevant material or supporting information. Reports which present an immediate hazard to navigation should be sent to the nearest NAVAREA Coordinator via coast radio stations. In general, these hazards would include major aids to navigation anomalies, discovery of obstructions or shoals with depths of less than 30 meters, floating dangers to shipping, and any situation deemed critical to safety of life at sea. For further information consult Notice to Mariners 1, paragraph 44 (Worldwide Navigational Warnings Service). Due to the large volume of information received, NGA cannot acknowledge receipt of every report. Some reports containing useful data are filed for use in the compilation of the next edition of the affected product. Others confirm or clarify previously reported information. Echogram traces are digitized and become part of out Bathymetric Database. Acknowledgment is made by inclusion in the Observer s List of the Notice to Mariners (page ii), or in some cases by letter from the Agency involved. For additional information about various Hydrographic Reports, consult The American Practical Navigator (Chapter 30).

103 MARINE INFORMATION REPORT AND SUGGESTION SHEET Observer Ship/Organization Address address Date of Observation Time of Observation (Local) Latitude Longitude Datum Navigation System Verified by Navigator: Yes No Product(s) Affected Editionn Latest correction applied: N.M. Sounding sensor or method used Sounding(s) corrected for draft: Yes Noc Details of Information Reported (continue on additional sheets as necessary) User Feedback (continue on additional sheets as necessary)

104 FIRST-CLASS MAIL POSTAGE & FEES PAID NGA PERMIT NO. G-2 MARITIME DIVISION ST D44 NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 4600 SANGAMORE ROAD BETHESDA MD

105 ARCTIC MARITIME SAFETY INFORMATION REPORT SHEET Observer Ship/Organization Phone Address Describe Hazard (e.g. dredge, buoy, current meter, operations): Is hazard remotely monitored? Yes No If yes, list Internet URL where most recent position will be posted (if any): Depth water column is occupied (e.g. bottom to surface, surface to 500m ): Date of Insertion Latitude Longitude Date of Expected Removal Most Recent Observation: Date Time (Local) Latitude Longitude Datum Navigation System Verified by Navigator: Yes No Sounding sensor or method used Sounding(s) corrected for draft: Yes Noc Details of Information Reported (continue on additional sheets as necessary):

106 FIRST-CLASS MAIL POSTAGE & FEES PAID NGA PERMIT NO. G-2 MARITIME DIVISION ST D44 NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 4600 SANGAMORE ROAD BETHESDA MD

107 For chart numbering purposes, the world is divided into nine regions, each corresponding to the geographic limits of one of the nine regions in the NGA/DLIS Catalog of Maps Charts and Related Products. Each Region is further subdivided into the numbered Subregions in the above graphic. The first two digits of all five-digit chart numbers indicate the geographic subregion to which the chart pertains. Users can locate corrections in this Notice for charts of their immediate interest by determining the two-digit Subregion number of the pertinent geographic area, and then turning to the page or pages that list the chart numbers beginning with those two digits.

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