Admiralty Sailing Directions NP69A East Coast Central America And Gulf Of Mexico Pilot, 7th Edition 2015

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Admiralty Sailing Directions NP69A East Coast Central America And Gulf Of Mexico Pilot, 7th Edition 2015

 

Western Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico from Punta Terraba to Cape Sable including Yucatan Channel

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CONTENTS 
 Pages
Directions for updatingii
Record of updatesii
Contentsiii
Prefacev
Purpose of Sailing Directionsvi
Reporting new dangers to navigationvi
Feedbackvi
UKHO contact detailsvii
How to obtain Admiralty Charts and Publicationsvii
Related Admiralty Publications and their contentsviii
General informationx
Abbreviationsxii
Glossaryxiv
Certificate of AuthenticityPreceding Index chartlet
Index chartletsxviii
  
CHAPTER 1
Navigation and regulations 
 Limits of the book (1.1)1
 Navigational dangers and hazards (1.2)1
 Traffic and operations (1.8)2
 Charts (1.17)3
 Aids to navigation (1.25)4
 Pilotage (1.30)4
 Radio facilities (1.35)5
 Regulations (1.41)5
 Signals (1.62)8
 Distress and rescue (1.65)9
   
   
Countries and Ports 
 General Information (1.72)10
 Costa Rica (1.74)10
 Columbia (1.81)10
 Nicaragua (1.82)10
 Honduras (1.89)11
 Guatemala (1.96)11
 Belize (1.103)12
 Cuba (1.110)12
 The United Mexican States (1.111)12
 United State of America (1.118)13
   
  
Natural conditions 
 Maritime topography (1.144)16
 Currents, tidal streams and flow (1.147)16
 Sea level and tides (1.156)21
 Sea and swell (1.157)21
 Sea water characteristics (1.161)24
 Climate and weather (1.162)24
 Climate information (1.196)42
  
CHAPTER 2
Through routes67
  
CHAPTER 3
Punta Terraba to Cabo Camaron75
  
CHAPTER 4
Cabo Cameron to Punta Gorda89
  
CHAPTER 5
Punta Gorda to Cabo Catoche105
  
CHAPTER 6
Cabo Catoche to the mouth of Rio Grande121
  
CHAPTER 7
Rio Grande to Calcasieu Pass153
  
CHAPTER 8
Calcasieu Pass to the South-east approaches to Pascagoula193
  
CHAPTER 9
Cape Sable to Cape San Blas215
  
CHAPTER 10
Cape San Blas to Horn Island Pass237
  
APPENDICES AND INDEX
Appendix I─ Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radio Telephone256
Appendix II─ United States - Ports and Waterways safety - General257
Appendix III─ Navigation Rules for United States Inland Waters262
Appendix IV─ United States Navigation Safety Regulations273
Appendix V─ United States - Regulated Navigation Areas - Extracts279
Appendix VI─ United States - Danger Zones and Restricted Area Regulations284
Appendix VII─ United States - Oil and Harzarous Material Transfer Operations289
Appendix VIII─ United States - Vessel Traffic Management Regulations293
Appendix IX─ United States - Navigation Regulations297
Appendix X─ United States - Inland Waterways Navigation Regulations298
Appendix XI─ United States - Deepwater ports: Operations299
Appendix XII─ United States - Shipping Safety Fairways302
Appendix XIII─ United States - National Marine Senctuary Program Regulations304
   
DISTANCE TABLE
Table of Distance - Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico308
  
INDEX
Index309

Often referred to as Pilots, Sailing Directions are designed for use by the merchant mariner on all classes of ocean-going vessels with essential information on all aspects of navigation. Sailing Directions are complementary to Admiralty Standard Nautical Charts and provide worldwide coverage in 74 volumes. Each publication contains quality colour photography and views, as well as information on navigational hazards, buoyage, meteorological data, details of pilotage, regulations, port facilities and guides to major port entry. New Editions of Admiralty Sailing Directions are published on a regular basis. Navigationally significant information for these publications is issued via the Admiralty Notices to Mariners weekly bulletin (Section IV).

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Publication Details

  • Number NP69A
  • Title East Coasts of Central America and Gulf of Mexico Pilot
  • Sub Title n/a
  • Type Sailing Directions (Pilots)
  • SubType
  • Edition No 7
  • Pub Year 2015

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