British Admiralty Notice To Mariners

British Admiralty Notice To Mariners

NOTES FOR THE USEOF ADMIRALTYNOTICES TO MARINERSON THE UKHO WEBSITEThe WeeklyNotices to Mariners (NM) updates for paper Charts and Publications can be accessed .The latest digital NM Weekly update is available 7 days prior to the paper publicationdate; there are no subscription fees for access to the UKHO Notices to Mariners Website.

The NM database includes historical NM data from 1 January2000, for NMs prior to 2000 theCumulative List of Notices to Mariners (NP234B-00) must be used.Software required:Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 6.0 or later).Reader software can be obtained by clicking on theAdobe Icon on the NM page, or direct from the Adobe website SEARCHABLE NOTICES TO and select the search option that you require following the Search NMs by - Chart Number onlySearch NMs by - Chart Number + Previous NM Number/Year Search NMs by - Chart Number + Between Previous and Present Dates Search for Single NM byNM Number/YearTo view the NM, NM Note or full-colour NM Blocks, click on the relevant link.NOTICES TO MARINERS ON-LINEEnter the, and then select Notices to Mariners.

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NMsFURTHER GUIDANCENOTESFor further details of the online NM facilities please see the NM Guidance Notes on the website,additional detail includes: PC and printer specificationsHELPDESKIf you experience any difficulties, please contact the UKHO Helpdesk on: Tel: +44 (0) 1823 337900Ext.5030Tel Direct: +44 (0) 1823 723366Fax: +44 (0) 1823 251816E-mail:1.2IADMIRALTY NOTICES TO MARINERS This Admiralty Notices to Mariners Bulletin (ANMB) is published by the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO).

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency accepts that both the paper and digital forms of the ANMB comply with carriagerequirement for Notices to Mariners within Regulation of the revised Chapter V of the Safety of Life at Sea Convention, and the Merchant Shipping (Safety of Navigation) Regulations, both of which came into force 1 July While every effort is made to ensure that the data provided through the Notices to Mariners service is accurate, the user needs to be aware of the risks of corruption to data.

It is important that the user should only use the data on suitable equipment and that other applications should not be running on the users machine at the same time.Users should exercise their professional judgement in the use of data and also consult the Mariners Handbook (NP100) for further details.The user needs to be aware that there is a possibility that data could be corrupted during transmission, or in the process of display or printing on the users equipment, or if converted to other software formats, and is accordingly advised that the UKHO cannot accept responsibility for any such change, or any modifications or unauthorised changes, made by 1
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.3EXPLANATORY NOTES Weekly Notices are dated for the Thursday appropriate to the week they are issued on the UKHO website.The notices in Section II give instructions for the updating of standard nautical charts and selected thematiccharts inthe Admiralty series.Geographicalpositionsrefer to the horizontalofthe current edition of each affected chartwhich isstatedin the noticealongside the appropriate chart number.Positions are normallygiven in degrees,minutesand decimals of a minute, but may occasionally quote seconds for convenience when plotting from the graduation ofsome older-style charts.WhereLeisure Productsare referred to different horizontal datums from the standardnautical charts for that geographical area, positions in the notices cannot be plotted directly on these products.

Bearingsare true reckoned clockwise from 000 to 359; those relating to lights are from seaward.Symbols referred to are those shown on Chart 5011.Depths and heights are given in metresor fathoms and/or feet as appropriate for the chart beingupdated (abbreviatedwhere necessary to m, fmand ft respectively).Blocks and notes accompanying notices in SectionII are placed towards the end of the section.Temporary and Preliminary Notices These are indicated by (T) or (P) after the notice number andare placed at the end of Section II.They are printed onone side of the paper in order that theymay be cut up and filed.

To assist in filing, the year is indicated after the noticenumberand an in-force listis published monthly.Information from thesenotices is not included on charts before issue;charts should be updated in pencil on receipt.A star adjacent to the number of a notice indicates that the notice is based on original information.The Mariners Handbook (NP100) gives a fuller explanation of the limitations of charts.Annual Notice9 gives theUKHO policy for the promulgation and selection of navigationally significant information for charts.Details of chart updatingmethods can be found in NP294, How to KeepYour Admiralty Charts Up-to-date.All users are advisedto study these publications.When a light is affected by a notice its Light List number isquoted.The detailed amendment to the List of Lights isgiven in Section V andmay be published in an earlier edition than the chart-updatingnotice.The entire entry for eachlight amendedwill be printed(includingminor changes) and an asterisk (*) will denote which column containsanamendment.In the case of a new light, or where a new sequence is added below the main light, an asterisk (*) will all columns.All Section V entries are intended to be cut out and pasted into the book.

It is emphasisedthat the List of Lights is the primary source of informationon lights and thatmany alterations, especially those of atemporary but operational nature, are promulgatedonly as corrections to the List of Lights.

Light positionsshouldbe regarded as approximate and are intended to indicate the relative positions of lights only.Charts shouldbeconsulted for amore authoritative position.The range of a light is norm
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