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Notice to Mariners No 9 of 2019

7 March 2019

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – BARKER INLET – NEW BEACONS

Mariners are advised that all existing navigation beacons in Barker Inlet between the entrance beacon (Black Pole) and beacon no. 14, including the first five navigation beacons marking the entrance to the St Kilda channel, have either been relocated or upgraded, and have been re-numbered.  Positions of all beacons in this area are indicated as per table below.

Beacon No.

Type

Latitude

Longitude

Light characteristics

1

(Black Pole)

Starboard

34° 44’ 03.51” S

138° 27’ 55.14” E

Fl W 5s

(range 5 nm)

3

Starboard

34° 44’ 03.15” S

138° 28’ 18.08” E

Unlit

5

Starboard

34° 44’ 12.33” S

138° 28’ 42.50” E

Unlit

7

Starboard

34° 44’ 28.75” S

138° 28’ 53.46” E

Unlit

2

Port

34° 44’ 31.85” S

138° 29’ 01.57” E

Unlit

9

Starboard

34° 44’ 46.33” S

138° 29’ 31.11” E

Unlit

11

Starboard

34° 44’ 53.85” S

138° 30’ 13.10” E

Unlit

4 (St Kilda channel entrance)

Port

34° 45’ 00.48” S

138° 31’ 08.83” E

Fl R 3s

(range 3 nm)

St Kilda channel

Starboard

34° 45’ 01.17” S

138° 31’ 09.41” E

Unlit

St Kilda channel

Port

34° 44’ 58.43” S

138° 31’ 13.49” E

Unlit

St Kilda channel

Starboard

34° 44’ 58.04” S

138° 31’ 16.78” E

Unlit

St Kilda channel

Port

34° 44’ 56.13” S

138° 31’ 18.81” E

Unlit

13

Starboard

34° 45’ 05.72” S

138° 30’ 58.16” E

Unlit

Middle Ground Outer beacon

N/A

34° 45’ 08.06” S

138° 30’ 57.74” E

Fl W 2s

(range 3 nm)

15

Starboard

34° 45’ 18.44” S

138° 31’ 16.64” E

Unlit

6

Port

34° 45’ 16.16” S

138° 31’ 25.47” E

Unlit

17

Starboard

34° 45’ 32.62” S

138° 31’ 29.30” E

Unlit

8

Port

34° 45’ 35.61” S

138° 31’ 36.00” E

Unlit

19

Starboard

34° 45’ 43.63” S

138° 31’ 37.25” E

Unlit

10

Port

34° 45’ 50.23” S

138° 31’ 45.92” E

Unlit

21

Starboard

34° 45’ 58.53” S

138° 31’ 48.49” E

Unlit

12

Port

34° 46’ 02.50” S

138° 31’ 54.50” E

Unlit

Mariners are advised to proceed with caution in the area.

Chart affected: Aus 130

Adelaide, 4 March 2019

GORDON PANTON

Manager Maritime Safety