Navigation Restriction - Callala Beach, Jervis Bay - Installation of marine farm boundary markers
Callala Beach, Jervis Bay
INSTALLATION OF MARINE FARM BOUNDARY MARKERS AND RELATED INFRASTRUCTURE
21 June 2019 - until further notice
Vessel operators are advised that a series of Aids to Navigation and other infrastructure associated with a marine farm have been installed in the waters of Jervis Bay, adjacent to the township of Callala Beach.
Vessel operators are advised to exercise caution when navigating on the waters of Jervis Bay, and approximately 1 kilometre from the shoreline of Callala Beach, due to the presence of a marine farm and related infrastructure, particularly during times of restricted visibility.
Aids to Navigation, which are lit and designated as Cardinal Marks, have been placed to indicate the corner points of the marine farm boundary, and a series of Special Marks will also be placed along each side of the boundary.
Within the boundary of the marine farm a series of fixed and/or floating structures, such as mooring lines, will also be placed.
Vessel operators are not to operate within the marine farm and are further advised that the unauthorised use of or interference with the Aids to Navigation, such as securing a vessel, is not permitted.
MAPS & CHARTS AFFECTED
RMS Boating Maps – 11B.
Admiralty Chart – AUS193, 489, 807, and 808.
For further information concerning this Navigation Advice, please contact the Roads & Maritime Services Infoline seven days a week from 8.30am to 4.30pm on 131 236.
MARINE NOTICE SO1934