Harbour notices to mariners issued by
Capt. Georgina Carlo-Paat, Harbour Master
Lower leading light moved
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the lower leading light has moved position:
FROM: 51* 12.541’N 004* 6.650’W
TO: 51* 12.543’N 004* 6.649’W
The move will be for the duration of the construction of the Watersports Hub in Larkstone Cove due for completion June 2022.
The characteristics have been surveyed and remain unchanged.
23 February 2022 Old quay head NAVIGATION LIGHT out of service
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Old Quay Head navigation lights are out of service due to a re occurring electrical fault.
Mariners are requested to navigate with caution when approaching Old Quay Head
4 March 2022 - Maritime sanctions against Russia
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Russia (Sanctions) (EU Exit) (Amendment) (No. 4) Regulations 2022 entered into force, with effect from 1 March 2022.
These Regulations prohibit Russian ships, and other ships, from entering ports in the United Kingdom. The Regulations provide the Secretary of State with the power to control the movement of Russian ships, or specified ships; requiring them to leave or enter specified ports, proceed to a specified place, or remain where they are. The Regulations also confer powers on the Secretary of State and Harbour Authorities to detain Russian ships, or specified ships, at ports or anchorages.
The Regulations require that ports must not provide a ship with access to a port in the UK if they know, or have reasonable cause to suspect, that the ship is:
- a) a ship owned, controlled, chartered or operated by a designated person,
- b) a ship owned, controlled, chartered or operated by persons connected with Russia,
- c) a ship flying the flag of Russia,
- d) a ship registered in Russia, or
- e) a specified ship.
These Regulations remain in place until further notice.
This Office requests that any person with reasonable cause to suspect that any Ship, as defined under the Merchant Shipping Act, has entered or attempting to enter this Harbour to contact this office as a matter of urgency.