Navigation Warning - Tasman Sea, South Shellharbour Beach
Tasman Sea, South Shellharbour Beach
WATER QUALITY MONITORING EQUIPMENT
Monday 15 August 2016 to mid December 2016
Vessel operators are advised that three water quality monitoring buoys will be established in the Tasman Sea, approximately 175 metres offshore from South Shellharbour Beach, in the vicinity of the Shell Cove marina development from Monday 15 August 2016 to mid December 2016 (approximately four months).
The three buoys will be located at the following GPS locations:
- 34°35'19.64”S and 150°52'37.18”E
- 34°35'10.75”S and 150°52'32.31”E, and
- 34°35'6.00”S and 150°52'31.50”E
Each buoy is yellow in colour and will be lit at night by a yellow flashing light. Vessel operators are reminded to maintain a proper lookout at all times and travel at a safe speed. This navigation warning remains in place until the buoys have been removed.
Roads and Maritime advises that in relation to the Area;
- A person must not, without lawful authority, secure any vessel to any navigation aid or bridge. (Marine Safety Regulation 2016 – clause 27) - Maximum Penalty $5,500.00)
MAPS AND CHARTS AFFECTED
Roads and Maritime Boating Map – 10B
For further information concerning this Navigation Warning, please contact Roads and Maritime on 13 12 36
MARINE NOTICE SO1645