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Notices to Mariners issued for Southport pilotage area

by Maritime Safety Queensland on 14 Mar 2012
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Maritime Safety Queensland has issued the following notices for the Southport pilotage area:

Locality: Southport Broadwater, Marine Stadium
Activity: Hazard to navigation removed, aid to navigation withdrawn from service

Refer to notice: 982 (T) of 2011

Mariners are advised that the unlit special beacon established to mark an underwater obstruction in position latitude 27° 56.5488' S, longitude 153° 25.35.06' E has been withdrawn. The obstruction located at the north western end of the Marine Stadium has been removed.

Cancel notice: 982 (T) of 2011
AUS charts affected: 814
Maritime Safety Queensland charts affected: Nerang River to Couran (MB6)
Maritime Safety Queensland Beacon to Beacon Directory ninth edition map 141
Note: latitude and longitude positions on WGS84 horizontal datum (compatible with GDA94 datum).

Locality: Mermaid Waters, Lake Wonderland
Activity: Aids to navigation altered

Refer to notice: 197 (T) of 2010

Mariners are advised that the two special mark buoys Fl Y 2.5s, established in Lake Wonderland as speed advisory signs to assist in identifying the existing 6 knot speed limit, are now unlit. Only the lights have been removed and the two buoys remain in position.

• Position of buoy one: - latitude 28° 03.2853' S, longitude 153° 25.4042' E
• Position of buoy two: - latitude 28° 03.4600' S, longitude 153° 25.3728' E

Cancel notice: 197 (T) of 2010
AUS charts affected: none
Maritime Safety Queensland charts affected: none
Maritime Safety Queensland Beacon to Beacon Directory ninth edition map 147
Note: latitude and longitude positions on WGS84 horizontal datum (compatible with GDA94 Maritime Safety Queensland website
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