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The following navigation warning is published for general information.
AUSTRALIA – VICTORIA
NO. 24/2015
SHALLOW INLET
ALTERATION TO CHANNEL BUOYAGE
WARNING: SHALLOW INLET ENTRANCE & BAR

DATE: Friday 23 October 2015
DETAILS: Mariners are advised that due to significant changes in position of the Shallow Inlet Channel, the No.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 lateral mark buoys have been relocated.

NEW POSITIONS :
No.1 Buoy Lat. 38o 52.187’ S.
Long. 146o 11.672’ E.

No.2 Buoy Lat. 38o 52.279’ S.
Long. 146o 11.737’ E.

No.3 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.954’ S.
Long. 146o 11.633’ E.

No.4 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.555’ S.
Long. 146o 11.385’ E.

No.5 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.732’ S.
Long. 146o 11.501’ E.

No.6 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.397’ S.
Long. 146o 11.249’ E.

No.7 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.201’ S.
Long. 146o 10.628’ E.

No.8 Buoy Lat. 38o 51.296’ S.
Long. 146o 11.001’ E.

DATUM : WGS84
Mariners are warned that the Ocean Entrance to Shallow Inlet continuously changes in position and depth and the Bar is regarded as extremely dangerous, particularly during the ebb tide and in poor weather and sea conditions.
Mariners are warned of the existence of extensive foul ground south and south east of the No.2 buoy. Depths over the foul ground can dry at low water.
Mariners are advised that passage through the Entrance and the Bar should only be attempted by experienced persons with sound local knowledge and only at times of high water, fair weather and smooth sea conditions. Passage through the Entrance and the Bar increases risk management levels and may adversely affect personal safety. Operating vessels through the Entrance and Bar should be avoided during times of heightened risk.
Further details can be obtained from Gippsland Ports Lakes Entrance Office on (03) 5155 6900.

CHARTS AFFECTED: Aus. 802
PUBLICATIONS AFFECTED: NP 14 Australia Pilot Vol 2 (Admiralty Sailing Directions)

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