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Notice to Mariners No 19 of 2016

2 August 2016

The forward lead beacon in Position 33° 00. 77’ S 137° 35. 35’ E will be demolished and replaced with  a new beacon in position 33° 00' 45.14'' S 137° 35' 19.77'' E, showing a fixed red light by night and a fixed white light by day. The day mark will exhibit fluorescent orange triangles.

The temporary beacon installed to mark  missing No 4 channel marker ( Refer former Notice 42 of  2014)  will be removed and  a new port hand  beacon will be installed in position 33° 1' 39.38'' S 137° 36' 41.92'' E, showing a fixed red light, Range 3 nautical miles.

The starboard hand channel marker No 3  will be demolished and a new beacon will be Installed in position 33° 1' 35.84'' S 137° 36' 45.06'' E showing a fixed green light, Range 3 nautical miles.

        

Work on the above beacons will commence around 18th July 2016 and is expected to be completed by 30th September 2016. Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution when navigating in the area.

Charts affected:   AUS   135

Admiralty List of Lights - Volume K 1940, 1941.6 and 1941.3

Stephen Mullighan,

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure.

Adelaide, 12 July 2016

DPTI    2016/01670/01

www.dpti.sa.gov.au