Notices to mariners

Notices to Mariners (NTMs) provide advice on general navigation and safety issues.

Current notices issued by the Director, Maritime Safety are available below. View Safety Alerts

08/07/2019 | Portland - Cape Bridgewater

Australia – Victoria
No. 165 (T) of 2019
PORTLAND – CAPE BRIDGEWATER

Date:   EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Details: Mariners are advised of mooring deployments made last week approximately 5NM WSW of Cape Bridgewater, which is west of Portland. The two sets of deployments by Deakin University are part of the National Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) for Victoria (VICIMOS).

  1. IMOS Bonney Upwelling Mooring (VBM100) - a substantial sub-surface oceanographic mooring that measures: ocean currents, conductivity, temperature, depth, ocean acidification, is located at 38° 24.516’ S, 141° 16.260’ E. This mooring is at a depth of 100 m and rises from the sea floor to a depth of 25 m.
  2. Ten (10) IMOS Acoustic Curtain receivers are moored to a 50kg piece of steel railway track. The receivers have a float attached that extends approximately 3 m from the sea floor.

Mariners be aware when fishing or trawling in the area.

The expected duration of deployments is until December 2023.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 140, 348

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: A further Notice will be issued

Further Information: Contact Paul Tinkler, Senior Marine Technical Officer, Deakin University, telephone 03 5563 3527 or email paul.tinkler@deakin.edu.au

18/06/2019 | Bass Strait - South Gippsland

Australia – Victoria
No. 144 (T) 2019
BASS STRAIT – SOUTH GIPPSLAND

Date:   Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details: Mariners are advised of geotechnical survey operations being undertaken by Furgo Australia Marine for approximately from 13 May to 31 July 2019, in Bass Strait south of Wilsons Promontory extending south into Commonwealth waters.

The vessel ‘MV Silver Star’ undertaking this work will be limited in its ability to manoeuvre and will be deploying geotechnical equipment from the stern. It is recommended that all other vessels keep a minimum 500 m clearance of the vessel at all times.

MV Silver Star (call sign VJD3650) will be displaying appropriate day shapes and India over Romeo (I/R) flags. Mariners should maintain a listening watch on VHF channel 16. Operations will be conducted on a 24-hour basis.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 487, 802

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: This Notice expires 31 July 2019. No further notice will be issued.

Further Information: For further information please contact Bronwyn McAllister, Furgo Survey Pty Ltd: 08 6477 4400.

Download NTM 144 (T) 2019 DOCX, 1.6 MB

Survey area coordinates:
38.8° S, 145.8° E
38.8° S, 146.8° E
41.0° S, 146.8° E
41.0° S, 145.8° E

Map of survey area

Map of survey area

07/06/2019 | Bass Strait - Port Fairy

Australia – Victoria
No. 127 (T) of 2019
BASS STRAIT – PORT FAIRY

Date:   Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details: Notice to Mariners No. 281 (Temporary) of 2018 is referred and cancelled.

Mariners are advised the Wave Rider buoy established in position: 38°22.914’S, 142°17.2332’E (WGS84) will remain in place until 31 December 2020.

The yellow buoy measures 42 cm in width and is attached to two (2) orange floats, then anchored at a depth of 28 metres. It will display an amber light with characteristic: Fl.Am.2.5s.

The Wave Rider buoy is measuring swell heights as part of a project undertaken by Deakin University.

Mariners are further advised to keep clear of the area.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 141, 349

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: A further Notice will be issued.

Further Information: For further information contact School of Life & Environmental Sciences, Deakin University, Warrnambool Campus, telephone (03) 5563 3527.

Wave Rider buoy photo Wave Rider buoy diagram

29/05/2019 | Bass Strait West – Childers Cove

Australia – Victoria
No. 124 (T) of 2019
Bass Strait West – Childers Cove

Date:   Effective Immediately

Details: 104 (T) -2019 is referred and cancelled

Mariners are advised of the grounding of the vessel Patricia Mary at Childers Cove Allensford within the Bay of Islands Coastal Park in the approximate position 38.26.316' S, 142. 35.422' E.

Maritime Safety Victoria has established an enlarged exclusion zone with a radius of 1000 metres from the location of the Patricia Mary under section 211(1)(b) of the Marine Safety Act 2010. All vessels and persons are prohibited from entering or remaining in the waters within the exclusion zone. The exclusion zone will remain in place until the vessel is salvaged.

A person must comply with a notice under section 211(1) (b). Penalties apply.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 787

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: A further Notice will be issued.

04/05/2019 | Bass Strait - Golden Beach

Australia – Victoria
No. 103 (T) of 2019
BASS STRAIT – GOLDEN BEACH

Date:   Effective 4 May 2019

Details: Mariners are advised that CSIRO is deploying four moored structures for research purposes approximately 2 NM south-east off shore of Golden Beach, East Gippsland in Bass Strait.

One structure is a surface orange float approximately 1.2m wide and 1m high, marked by white flashing light. This structure will be surrounded by three other structures, two landers about 1m in size on the sea floor and a single sub-surface mooring line that extends up to 5m below the surface.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area, and given the nature of the mooring and to ensure the safe operation of vessels, it is recommended to not anchor or trawl and to keep clear of the surface structure as follows:

Surface mooring

CCS_OA_08_MAY19

Description (light)

Fl W (1.0) 4s

Latitude (Datum WGS84)

38°15’24.12” S

Longitude (Datum WGS84)

147°25’28.92” E

Zone

800 m radius

It is expected the moorings will be removed by the end of October 2019.

For further information regarding the mooring please contact David Hughes, Moored Sensor Systems Team Leader, Oceans & Atmosphere, CSIRO Hobart, on (03) 6232 5439.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: A further notice will be issued when the moorings have been removed.

09/04/2019 | Bass Strait - East Gippsland - Golden Beach

Australia – Victoria
No. 088 (T) of 2019
BASS STRAIT – EAST GIPPSLAND – GOLDEN BEACH

Date:   Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details: Notice to Mariners No. 311 (Temporary) of 2018 is referred and cancelled. The ocean bottom seismometer has been recovered and removed. [Original notice: Mariners are advised that the University of Melbourne are deploying an ocean bottom seismometer (OBS) for research purposes approximately 2.6 NM south-south-east off shore of Golden Beach, East Gippsland in Bass Strait. The OBS will rest on the ocean floor at location 38° 15.220’ S,  147° 25.903’ E (WGS84) with no moorings or buoys present on the surface.]

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: No further Notice will be issued.

05/04/2019 | Bass Strait - Golden Beach

Australia – Victoria
No. 077 (T) of 2019
Bass Strait – Golden Beach

Date:   6 April 2019

Details: Mariners are advised of diving operations being undertaken south of Golden Beach within 3NM from the coast, at location 38.15.432177' S to 147. 25.307525' E (see attached map). There will be a red unlit surface buoy situated at the centre of the dive site location. The area covered will be approximately 2NM east and 2NM west of this location.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the vicinity of the buoy and the vessel ‘SECA’ MSV 11730 (call sign “SECA”) which will be displaying code flag “A” (blue and white dive flag) and day shape “restricted in ability to manoeuvre”.

Mariners should keep a minimum distance of 100 m from vessel “SECA” and slow to a speed of 5 knots when passing, mariners should also keep a listening watch to VHF Channel 16.

The diving operations will commence on Saturday 6 April 2019 and continue for approximately six days.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: This Notice expires 12 April 2019.  No further Notice will be issued.

Further Information: For further information contact Sarn Eckhardt, Master “SECA”: lakescharters@gmail.com or 0409 439 699.

Golden Beach dive work

27/03/2019 | East Gippsland – Sydenham Inlet

Australia – Victoria
No. 068 (T) of 2019
EAST GIPPSLAND – SYDENHAM INLET

Date:   Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details:

Mariners are advised that due to high water levels within Sydenham Inlet, Parks Victoria shall be attempting to open the inlet entrance to the sea on Thursday 28 March 2019.

An exclusion zone will be established within Sydenham Inlet to facilitate the safe opening of the inlet to the sea.

ACTIVITY EXCLUSION ZONE

I, Cameron Toy, Acting Director Maritime Safety (as delegate of the Director, Transport Safety), hereby give notice under section 208(1) of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic) that all persons and vessels, excluding persons and vessels authorised by Parks Victoria, are prohibited from entering and remaining in the following State waters:

Waters of Sydenham Inlet Channel south of a line from a point on the western shore 37° 46.371’ S, 149° 0.040’ E (WGS84) to a point on the eastern shore 37° 46.374’ S, 149° 0.153’ E (WGS84), as marked by red buoys, to the seaward entrance.

The exclusion zone will be in effect from 9.00 am on Thursday 28 March 2019 to 12.00 pm on Thursday 4 April 2019.

Mariners are further advised to stay clear of the exclusion zone and not to attempt to transit the lower reaches of the Inlet near the newly created opening.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: This notice expires at 12.00 pm on Thursday 4 April 2019. No further Notice will be issued.

Further Information: For further information contact Parks Victoria Ranger on 0408 368 164.

Sydenham Inlet exclusion zone

20/03/2019 | Bass Strait - East Gippsland - Snowy River

Australia – Victoria
No. 051 (T) of 2019
BASS STRAIT – EAST GIPPSLAND – SNOWY RIVER

Date:   Effective 7 APRIL 2019

Details:

Mariners are advised of works being undertaken by Cooper Energy involving repair works to the Sole pipeline on a transit line between the Sole wellhead location in Commonwealth waters and the end of the previously installed nearshore pipeline in Victorian State waters in the Gippsland Basin (a few hundred meters off the coast of the existing Orbost Gas Plant at Newmerella).

The vessel ‘Seven Eagle’ (call sign ELUB4) and support vessels are repairing the Sole pipeline between the following positions (GDA 94):

  • 37° 48' 52.00'' S, 148° 26' 23.00'' E (nearshore pipeline end point)
  • 38° 6' 00.00'' S, 149° 00' 31.00'' E (the Sole wells).

Mariners are advised to avoid navigating along the transit line and within the vicinity of the vessel ‘Seven Eagle’ until all installation activities are completed.

Mariners should maintain a listening watch on VHF Channel 16.

For further information regarding the activity please contact Liz Sully, Project HSEC Lead, Cooper Energy, on 0411 018 024 or (WA) 08 6556 2102.

AUS Charts and publications affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further notice: This notice expires on 31 May 2019. No further Notice will be issued.

Map of vessel activity

15/03/2019 | Bass Strait - East Gippsland

Australia – Victoria
No. 050 (T) 2019
BASS STRAIT – EAST GIPPSLAND

Date:   Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details: Mariners are advised of bathymetric and geophysical survey operations being undertaken by Furgo Australia Marine for approximately two months from 9 March to 15 May 2019, in Bass Strait off of McGauran Beach extending south into Commonwealth waters (see attached map and survey area coordinates).

The vessel ‘MV Silver Star’ undertaking this work will be limited in its ability to manoeuvre and will be towing survey equipment up to 300 metres behind the stern. It is advised that all other vessels keep a minimum distance of 500 metres clear of the vessel. Operations will be conducted on a 24-hour basis.

MV Silver Star (call sign VJD3650) will be displaying appropriate day shapes and India over Romeo (I/R) flags. Mariners should maintain a listening watch on VHF channel 16.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: AUS357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further Notice: This Notice expires 15 May 2019. No further notice will be issued.

Further Information: For further information, contact Bronwyn McAllister, Furgo Survey Pty Ltd on: 08 6477 4400

01/03/2019 | Port Fairy, Taylors Bay

Australia – Victoria
No. 040 (T) of 2019
PORT FAIRY – TAYLORS BAY

Decommission of Wave Power Generator and exclusion zone.

Date: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Details:

Notice to Mariners No. 199, 217 and 231 (Temporary) of 2015 are referred and cancelled.

Mariners are advised of the establishment of a vessel exclusion zone approximately 6km west of Port Fairy in the vicinity of Taylors Bay for the purposes of the works activity proposed by Shelf Subsea Australia Pty Ltd for diving works associated with the decommissioning of the BioWave generator site.

Under section 211(1)(b)(i) of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic) the following rules apply to the navigation and movement of vessels and persons:

Exclusion Zone - All vessels and persons are prohibited from entering or remaining within a circular area extending 150 metres from a centre point 38°23.905’ S; 142° 10.36’ E defined by a North Cardinal Buoy 38° 23.824’ S, 142° 10.360’ E and a South Cardinal Buoy 38° 23.986’ S, 142° 10.360’ E, excluding persons and vessels authorised and/or engaged in works.

The exclusion zone will be in place for the duration of the works from 1 March to 30 April 2019.

Diving vessels associated with the works will display Flag ‘alpha’ when diving operations are underway.

At the completion of the works the North Cardinal Buoy and South Cardinal Buoy will be removed.

Further Information: For further information contact Stuart Weymouth, Shelf Subsea Australia Pty Ltd, on telephone 08 9329 5000 or email sweymouth@shelfsubsea.com.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected:  AUS 349

Victorian Charts and publications affected:  Nil

Further Notice: This Notice is self-cancelling. No further Notice will be issued.

Exclusion zone image

Port Fairy map

01/02/2019 | Bass Strait – East Gippsland – Snowy River – Cooper Energy

Australia – Victoria
No. 016 (T) of 2019
BASS STRAIT – EAST GIPPSLAND – SNOWY RIVER

Date:  Effective 1 February 2019

Details: Mariners are advised of works being undertaken by Cooper Energy involving umbilical installation activities on a transit line between the Sole wellhead location in Commonwealth waters and the end of the previously installed nearshore pipeline in Victorian State waters in the Gippsland Basin (a few hundred meters off the coast of the existing Orbost Gas Plant at Newmerella).

The vessel ‘Skandi Acergy’ (call sign 2BEJ5) and support vessels are laying umbilical between the following positions (GDA 94):

  • 37° 48' 30.51'' S, 148° 26' 13.55'' E  (vessel ‘Skandi Acergy’ set up)
  • 37° 52' 7.63'' S, 148° 26' 16.33'' E  (umbilical turning point)
  • 38° 6' 1.20'' S, 149° 0' 31.83'' E  (to the drill centre)

Please see below map showing approximate location of the activity.

Mariners are advised to avoid navigating along the transit line and within the vicinity of the vessel ‘Skandi Acergy’ until all installation activities are completed.

Mariners should maintain a listening watch on VHF Channel 16.

For further information regarding the activity please contact Liz Sully, Project HSEC Lead, Cooper Energy, on telephone 0411 018 024 or (WA) 08 6556 2102.

AUS Charts and publications affected: AUS 357

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil

Further notice: This notice expires on 31 March 2019. No further Notice will be issued.

NTM Snowy River Feb 2019

28/12/2018 | Bass Strait – Torquay

Australia – Victoria
No. 403 (T) of 2018
BASS STRAIT – TORQUAY

Date: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Details: Mariners are advised of five special buoys established in the approximate positions (below) of an offshore recreational fishing reef, approximately two nautical miles east-south-east of Torquay.

All five buoys will be withdrawn in May 2019.

1. 38° 19.935’ S 144° 22.529.E
Special mark buoy solar marine lantern – 800mm diameter, 1.26m high, 2-3M.
Fl Y 5s.

2. 38° 19.922’ S 144° 22.453 E
Special mark buoy solar marine lantern – 800mm diameter, 1.26m high, 2-3M.
Fl Y 5s.

3. 38° 19.991’ S 144° 22.441 E
Special mark buoy solar marine lantern – 800mm diameter, 1.26m high, 2-3M.
Fl Y 5s.

4. 38° 20.006’ S 144° 22.373 E
Special mark buoy solar marine lantern – 800mm diameter, 1.26m high, 2-3M.
Fl Y 5s.

5. 38° 20.063’ S 144° 22.361 E
Special mark buoy solar marine lantern – 800mm diameter, 1.26m high, 2-3M.
Fl Y 5s.

AUS Charts and Publications Affected: Aus. 143, 788.

Victorian Charts and publications affected: Nil.

Further Notice: A further Notice will be issued.

Further Information:

31/07/2018 | Victorian State Waters

Australia – Victoria
No. 238 (P) of 2018
Victorian State Waters

Date: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Details: Legislation passed by the Victorian Parliament in November 2017 (effective as of 30 June 2018) introduced safety duties for a range of persons specifically:

  • Local port managers who must, so far as is reasonably practicable, ensure the safety of marine safety infrastructure operations carried out by the local port manager or supplied to that manager. Section 224 of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic).
  • Persons who are responsible for managing boating activity events (event managers) under Section 25 of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic).

The safety duty for local port managers and event managers requires them to:

(a)  eliminate risks to safety so far as is reasonably practicable; and
(b)  if it is not reasonably practicable to eliminate risks to safety, to reduce those risks so far as is reasonably practicable.

Maritime Safety Victoria is developing a Code of Practice to assist local port managers and event managers to understand and comply with the new safety duty.

If you have any questions, please email waterways@transportsafety.vic.gov.au.

Further Notice: No further Notice will be issued.

09/01/2018 | Bass Strait – Port Albert – Shoal Inlet entrance

Australia – Victoria
No. 007 of 2018
BASS STRAIT – PORT ALBERT – SHOAL INLET ENTRANCE

Date:  Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details:

Mariners are advised that the Shoal Inlet entrance light (Fl.2s) on the eastern side has been destroyed. (NTM 239-2016 (T))

The position of the light is:
Lat. 38° 40’.29:” South
Lon. 146° 50’.7” East
(Datum WGS84)

The light be shall reinstated as soon as possible.

Mariners are advised to navigate with extreme caution in the vicinity of Shoal Inlet entrance during the hours of darkness.

AUS Charts and publications affected:

AUS 181 (Shoal Inlet Entrance)
Admiralty Sailing Directions, Australia Pilot Volume 2

Victorian Charts and publications affected:

Nil

Further notice:

A further Notice will be issued.

26/06/2017 | Bass Strait – Barwon Heads

Australia – Victoria
No. 179 (T) of 2017
BASS STRAIT – BARWON HEADS

Date:  Effective IMMEDIATELY

Details:

Mariners are advised that the Orungal wreck south cardinal mark buoy (Q6+LFI W 15s) is off station

The established position of the buoy was:
Lat. 38° 17.276’ South
Lon. 144° 30.572’ East
(Datum WGS84)

The buoy shall be re-positioned as soon as practicable.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the vicinity of the Orungal wreck.

AUS Charts and publications affected:

AUS 143

Victorian Charts and publications affected:

Nil

Further notice:

A further Notice will be issued.

24/12/15 | Port Phillip Heads

AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA
No. 264 (PERMANENT) of 2015
PORT PHILLIP HEADS 

DATE: 24 December 2015. Effective immediately.

Mariners are advised that the definition of Port Phillip Heads has been amended.

Port Phillip Heads means all the waters between an imaginary line drawn between Shortland Bluff and Point Nepean, and the seaward limits of an imaginary line constituting the arc of a circle with a radius of 3 nautical miles centred on Point Lonsdale; (Regulation 4(a) of the Marine Safety Regulations 2012 (Vic)).

Recreational and hire and drive vessel operators and passengers are advised that:

Port Phillip Heads is a designated hazardous area as detailed in Regulation 4(a) of the Marine Safety Regulations 2012 (Vic).

Regulation 101.4 Marine Safety Regulations 2012 (Vic) requires that all persons in the open area of a recreational vessel or hire and drive vessel must wear a PFD when "the vessel is crossing or attempting to cross an ocean bar or operating within a  designated hazardous area".

LIFEJACKET WEAR IS MANDATORY IN THE RED HATCHED AREA SHOWN ON THE MAP BELOW

Map showing extended designated hazardous zone around Port Phillip Heads

AUS Charts and publications affected:

  • AUS 144

Further Notice:

  • No further notice will be issued

18/11/15 | Port Fairy - Taylors Bay

AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA
No. 217 (TEMPORARY) of 2015
EXCLUSION ZONE AND TRANSIT LANE ESTABLISHMENT

DATE: 18 November 2015 - 30 June 2017. Effective immediately. A further advice will be issued at the completion of the works activity.

Mariners are advised of the establishment of a vessel exclusion zone and transit lane established approximately 6km west of Port Fairy in the vicinity of Taylors Bay for the purposes of the works activity proposed by Biopower Systems Pty Ltd for the installation and operation of a wave power generator.

Under section 211(1) (b) (i) of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic) the following rules apply to the navigation and movement of vessels and persons.

Exclusion Zone

All vessels and persons are prohibited from entering or remaining within a circular area extending 150 metres from a centre point 38°23.905' S; 142° 10.36' E defined by a North Cardinal Buoy 38° 23.824' S; 142° 10.360' E and a South Cardinal Buoy 38° 23.986' S; 142° 10.360' E, excluding persons and vessels authorised and/or engaged in works.

Transit Lane

The operator, master or person in charge of a vessel must not use the Transit Lane other than for transiting of the vessel and must not permit the vessel to be anchored in or allow the vessel to drift in the Transit Lane. Fishing, netting, casting of lines or trawling is prohibited within the transit lane unless authorised. The Transit Lane extends 100 metres easterly and westerly of a line indicated by a beacon on the shore 38° 23.391' S; 142° 10.547 E and a North Cardinal Buoy 38° 23.824' S; 142° 10.360'. The transit lane is bounded by the points detailed in the table below.

Table 1

-38°23.4228'S

142°10.45931'E

-38°23.49876'S

142°10.58166'E

-38°23.84123'S

142°10.42374'E

-38° 23.824' S;

142° 10.360' E

-38°23.86679'S

142°10.26906'E

AUS Charts and publications affected:

  • AUS 349

Victorian Charts and Publications affected:

  • Nil

Further Notice

A further Notice will be issued.

27/10/15 | Port Fairy - Taylors Bay

AUSTRALIA – VICTORIA
No. 199 (TEMPORARY) of 2015
PORT FAIRY - DEPLOYMENT OF CARDINAL MARKER BUOYS AT TAYLORS BAY

DATE: 27 OCTOBER 2015. Effective immediately

Mariners are advised that two temporary cardinal mark buoys will be established approximately 6km west of Port Fairy in the vicinity of Taylors Bay. The buoys are expected to remain in position until June 2017.

North Cardinal Mark Buoy

Light Colour: White
Light Characteristic: Q
Range:  3-5 M
Day mark: two black cones one above the other, points upward
Buoy: Cylindrical
Colour: Black above yellow
Location: 38° 23.824' S / 142° 10.360' E

South Cardinal Mark Buoy

Light Colour: White 
Light Characteristic: Q6 +LFI W 15 s
Range: 3-5 M
Day mark: two black cones one above the other, points downwards
Buoy: Cylindrical
Colour Black below yellow
Location: 38° 23.986' S / 142° 10.360' E

Under section 211(1) (b) (i) of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic) persons and the navigation and other movement of vessels within 100 metres of any vessel detailed in Table 1 is prohibited, excluding persons and vessels involved in the deployment of two cardinal mark buoys.

Table 1

MSV 11113MV Regardless
MSV 11928Lila Ray
MSV 12196Jazz 1

AUS Charts and publications affected:

  • AUS 349

Victorian Charts and Publications affected:

  • Nil

Further notice:

  • A further Notice will be issued advising of the withdrawal of the buoys in 2017

26/06/15 | Port Fairy - Griffith Island

AUSTRALIA – VICTORIA
NO. 122 (TEMPORARY) OF 2015

PORT FAIRY - GRIFFITH ISLAND LIGHT

DATE: 26 June 2015. Effective immediately

Mariners are advised that the Griffith Island Light is currently unreliable and operating on reduced power. Mariners are warned to exercise extreme care when navigating in the area.