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HEIGHTS OF CHART DATUM RELATIVE TO LAND LEVELLING DATUM IN SOUTH AFRICA AND NAMIBIA

 

Port

Up to

31 Dec 1978

1 Jan 1979

to

31 Dec 1997

 

1 Jan 1998

to

31 Dec 2002

 

1 Jan 2003 onwards

 

Walvis Bay

-0.913

-0.900

-0.966

-0.966

Lüderitz

-0.865*

-0.900

-0.935

-1.055

Port Nolloth

-0.718*

-0.900

-1.075

-0.925

Saldanha

-0.582

-0.900

-0.975

-0.865

Cape Town

-0.829

-0.900

-0.975

-0.825

Simon’s Town

-0.651

-0.900

-1.003

-0.843

Hermanus

-0.619

-0.900

-0.978

-0.788

Mossel Bay

-0.761

-0.900

-1.163

-0.933

Knysna

-0.625

-0.900

-1.048

-0.788

Port Elizabeth

-0.838

-0.900

-1.026

-0.836

East London

-0.762

-0.900

-1.006

-0.716

Durban

-0.838

-0.900

-1.113

-0.913

Richards Bay

-0.900

-0.900

-1.205

-1.015

 

*In use until 1 January 1994.

 

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