COASTAL NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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2019 Series

COASTAL NAVWARNING 063 OF 2019: (18 JAN 19)
1. WEST COAST – SALDANHA BAY
2. CHART SAN 1012, 1010
3. SUBSURFACE OCTOPUS LINES MARKED BY SURFACE BUOYS LAID IN FOLLOWING AREA
A. 32 - 55.87 S     017 - 50.04 E
B. 32 - 55.87 S     017 - 59.0 E
C. 33 – 09.97 S     017 - 50.04 E
D. 33 - 09.97 S     017 - 59.05 E
4. VESSELS TO KEEP WELL CLEAR
5. CANCEL CNW 044 OF 2019
6. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COASTAL NAVWARNING 075 OF 2019: (24 JAN 2019)
1. WEST COAST – NAMIBIA - OFFSHORE ORANJEMUND
2. CHARTS SAN 91 (INT 2052), 27 (INT 204), BA 4176
3. M/V POLARCUS ALIMA (C/S C6XK4) CONDUCTING SEISMIC SURVEY OPERATIONS IN AREA
A. 28 – 23.5 S 013 – 30.1 E
B. 28 – 23.5 S 014 – 10.3E
C. 28 – 55.9 S 013 – 30.1 E
D. 28 – 55.9 S 014 – 10.3 E
4. TOWING GEAR 10 X 9000 METERS IN LENGTH. VESSELS TO PROVIDE A 7NM WIDE BERTH
5 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COASTAL NAVWARNING OF 126 OF 2019 (04 MAR 16)
1. NAMIBIA - OFFSHORE LUDERITZ
2. CHARTS SAN 74 (INT 2620), 75 (2630),53
3. M/V THE EXPLORER (C/S J8B3625) CONDUCTING DRILLING OPERATIONS
4. 26 – 29.0 S 014 – 58.0 E (RADIUS 4NM)
. VESSELS TO KEEP 1 NM WIDE BERTH
5. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COASTAL NAVWARNING 133 OF 2019 (07 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH COAST – OFFSHORE MOSSELBAY
2. CHARTS SAN 57, 81(INT7510), 93(INT 7050)
3. R/V POLARCUS ASIMA (C/S UBWR9) WILL BE CONDUCTING SEISMIC SURVEY OPERATIONS AND TOWING 8 STREAMERS WITH LENGTH 6500 METERS
4.A. 35 – 27.7 S 022 – 47.3 E
B. 35 – 27.7 S 023 – 40.0 E
C. 35 – 49.4 S 022 – 47.3 E
D. 35 – 49.4 S 023 – 40.0 E
5. VESSELS REQUESTED TO PROVIDE A 5.5 NM WIDE BERTH ASTERN AND 3 NM WIDE BERTH AHEAD AND ABEAM. GUARD VESSELS SUNRISE G (C/S 3FKF6), AQUARIES (C/S HP8937) AND VENTURE (C/S HP2217) IN ATTENDANCE
6. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 300600 APR 19


COASTAL NAVWARNING 142 OF 2019 (11 MAR 2019)
1. EAST COAST – LEVEN POINT TO DURBAN
2. CHARTS SAN 132, 133, 134, 135, 60, 61, 86 (INT 7560), 87 (INT 7570), 94 (INT 7051)
3. CSIR CONDUCTING ROV OPERATIONS BETWEEN LEVEN POINT AND DURBAN BETWEEN THE PERIOD 15 MAR 19 TO 30 APR 19
4. ROV OPERATIONS RESTRICTED TO THE FOLLOWING AREA:
A. 28 – 00.0 S 032 – 66.0 E
B. 27 – 50.0 S 032 – 66.0 E
C. 29 – 70.0 S 031 – 00.0 E
D. 30 – 00.0 S 032 – 00.0 E
5. VESSELS TO GIVE A WIDE BERTH
6. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 010600 UTC MAY 19

COASTAL NAVWARNING 145 OF 2019 (12 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH COAST – OFFSHORE PORT ELIZABETH
2. CHART SAN 124, 125
3. SANTA LARA (C/S ZR6503) ANCHOR LEFT MARKED WITH A RED BUOY
4. 34 – 08.37 S 024 – 25.37 E
5. VESSELS TO KEEP WELL CLEAR
6. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COASTAL NAVWARNING 148 OF 2019 (12 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH COAST AND SOUTH WEST COAST – PORT ALFRED  TO CAPE POINT
2. CHARTS SAN 83 (INT 7530), 82 (INT 7520), 81 (7510), 80 (INT 2680), 56, 57
3. SOLSTICE  PROJECT DEPLOYING THREE OCEAN GLIDERS AT PORT ALFRED HEADING TO CAPE POINT FROM 13 MAR 19 TO 04 APR 2019
4. VESSELS TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT AND NAVIGATE WITH CAUTION
5. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 050600 UTC APR 19

COASTAL NAVWARNING 149 OF 2019 (12 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH COAST – OFFSHORE CAPE AGULHAS
2. CHARTS SAN 56, 57, 81 (INT 7510), 121, SC5
3. MILITARY (GUNNERY) EXERCISES WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 0700 UTC - 1900 UTC DAILY FOR THE PERIOD 14 MAR19 TO 20 MAR 19 IN THE AREA BOUNDED BY THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS
A. 34 – 39.0 S 020 – 14.0 E (COAST)
B. 34 – 39.0 S 021 – 06.0 E
C. 34 – 28.0 S 021 – 06.0 E
D. 34 – 28.0 S 020 – 52.0 E (COAST)
4. ALL VESSELS REQUESTED TO KEEP CLEAR
5. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 202100 UTC MAR 19
(NOTE FOR ATC: DANGER HEIGHT UNLIMITED)

COASTAL NAVWARNING 153 OF 2019 (14 MAR 2019)
1. WEST COAST– OFFSHORE ALEXANDER BAY
2. CHARTS SAN 76 (2640), 113
3. M/V YA TOIVO (C/S C6QB6) CONDUCTING MINING OPERATIONS IN AREA BOUNDED BY THE FOLLOWING COORDINATES
4.A. 28 – 52.2 S 016 – 14.1 E
B. 28 – 52.2 S 016 – 33.5 E
C. 29 – 04.6 S 016 – 05.0 E
D. 29 – 04.6 S 016 – 37.6 E
5. VESSEL OPERATING ON 4 ANCHOR SPREAD. 2NM WIDE BERTH REQUIRED
6. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

COASTAL NAVWARNING 154 OF 2019 (14 MAR 2019)
1. EAST COAST – DURBAN TO MAPUTO
2. SEVERE WEATHER WARNING – GALE FORCE WINDS 35 TO 40 KNOTS, HEAVY SWELLS BETWEEN 4 TO 6 METERS EXPECTED FROM 141200 TO 151200 UTC MAR 19
3. NAVIGATE WITH CAUTION
5. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 151400 UTC MAR 19

COASTAL NAVWARNING 156 OF 2019 (15 MAR 2019)
1. POTENTIAL PROBLEMS FOR USERS OF GPS RECEIVERS
2. USERS OF GPS RECEIVERS ARE ADVISED OF POTENTIAL PROBLEMS DUE TO GPS WEEK COUNTER ROLL OVER ON 06 APR 19.
3. DURING THIS TIME THE INTERNAL CLOCKS OF SOME GPS RECEIVERS WILL EXPERIENCE A LACK OF ABSOLUTE REFERENCE AND MAY GIVE THE WRONG TIME AND POSITION OR MAY LOCK UP PERMANENTLY.
4. USERS ARE ADVISED TO CHECK WITH GPS MANUFACTURER REGARDING THE STATUS OF THEIR RECEIVER.
5. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE WWW.GPS.GOV/CGSIC/MEETINGS/2017/POWERS. PDF
6. FAILURE TO VERIFY YOUR GPS RECEIVER COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS NAVIGATIONAL RISK
7. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 130600 UTC APR 19

COASTAL NAVWARNING 161 OF 2019: (18 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH COAST – OFFSHORE MOSSEL BAY TO PLETTENBERG BAY
2. CHART SAN 82 (INT 7520), 57, 123, 1022
3. SUBSURFACE OCTOPUS LINES MARKED BY SURFACE BUOYS LAID IN FOLLOWING AREA
A. 34 – 00.5 S 022 - 11.7 E
B. 34 – 00.5 S 023 - 30.7 E
C. 34 – 06.3 S 022 - 11.7 E
D. 34 – 06.3 S 023 - 30.7 E
4. VESSELS TO KEEP WELL CLEAR
5. CANCEL CNW 147 OF 2019
6. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE


COASTAL NAVWARNING 165 OF 2019: (18 MAR 19)
1. MESSAGES IN FORCE AT 1100 UTC 18 MAR 19
2. CNW MESSAGES IN FORCE =  063,  131, 133,  142, 148, 149,153,155, 156, 158, 161 OF 2019
3. MESSAGES RE-ISSUED AS NOTICES TO MARINERS THIS WEEK = 036, 109, 125 OF 2019
4. MESSAGES ISSUED THIS WEEK = 144 – 165 OF 2019
5. MESSAGES CANCELLED THIS WEEK = 036, 075, 109, 125, 126, 127, 128,136,  139, 140, 141, 144, 145, 146, 147, 150, 151, 152 , 154, 157, 159, 160, 162, 163, 164, 165 OF 2019
6. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE

COASTAL NAVWARNING 167 OF 2019 (19 MAR 19)
1. CHARTS SAN 54, 75 (INT 2630), 76 (INT 2640), 113, 74 (INT 2620)
2. MARINE MINING VESSELS LIST
A. 28 – 37.3 S 015 – 49.6 E M/V CORAL SEA (C/S ZRCZ)      (NEW)
B. 28 – 33.0 S 015 – 55.0 E M/V MAFUTA
C. 28 – 30.3 S 015 – 51.5 E M/V GARIEP
D. 28 – 35.9 S 015 – 50.5 E M/V GRAND BANKS
3. MARINE MINING VESSELS OPERATING ON 3 OR 4 ANCHOR SPREAD WITH UNLIT ANCHOR MOORING BUOYS. 2NM WIDE BERTH REQUIRED
4. CANCEL  CNW  131 OF 2019
5. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE


COASTAL NAVWARNING 168 OF 2019 (19 MAR 2019)
1. SOUTH WEST COAST – FALSE BAY
2. CHARTS SAN 119, 150, 1016, 1017
3. GUNNERY EXERCISE FIRING WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 0630 UTC – 1400 UTC MAR ON 25 - 29 MAR 19
4. LOWER NORTH BATTERY RANGE AREA BOUNDED BY: 6NM FORM 34 - 10.20 S  018 - 25.75 E TRUE BEARING 075 (SEAWARD)
AND 34 - 11.25 S  018 - 26.32 E TRUE BEARING 110 (SEAWARD)
5. ALL VESSELS REQUESTED TO KEEP CLEAR
7. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 291600 UTC MAR 19
(NOTE FOR ATC: DANGER HEIGHT 10 000 FT)




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