2021-10. * (T) Husavågen: Works in progress

Insert maritime limit (symbol N1.1) joining positions (a)–(b) and (c)–(d):
59° 59.8′ N, 5° 47.8′ E (a)
59° 59.8′ N, 5° 48.8′ E (b)
60° 60.1′ N, 5° 48.0′ E (c)
60° 60.0′ N, 5° 58.7′ E (d)

Insert legend Works in progress (2021) (symbol F32) between maritime limits above.

See also navigational warning 2021-6.

2021-6. * Husavågen: Submarine installations under construction

Submarine power cables and water supply pipelines are being constructed in Husavågen. Once completed, they are meant to run between Tråvik and Grønnevika.

Several work vessels may operate in the vicinity of position 59° 59.9′ N, 5° 48.3′ E (WGS84). They may display ball–diamond–ball or other signals according to COLREGS. Work vessels include:

  • ALPHA, call sign LG2502
  • NAUTILUS MAXI, call sign LM5881
  • SJØBAS, call sign JXTC

Mariners are cautioned against all seabed activities in the works area, particularly fishing and use of the recommended anchorage close by.

2013-210. Onarheimsfjorden: Hamarhaugflu light

Amend sector limits at Hamarhaugflu light as follows:
006.9°–012.9°, G, amend to: 006.9°–016.6°
012.9°–039.8°, W, amend to: 016.6°–039.8°

Position: 60° 00.12′ N, 005° 43.49′ E

Remark: Light character and other sectors unchanged. New sector limit 16.6° passes 185 m 460 m W of Fjæreflu beacon.

Source: Efs 04/13 (46441 *), Kartverket Norway, Stavanger, 28 February 2013 / Norsk Fyrliste (145200), Bergen, 13 May 2013

See also: Kystinfo Navigajonsinstallasjoner, Kystverket Norway

2012-172. * Chart 61T: NM completeness

The 1st edition of chart 61T “Ølveskysten fra Hamarhaugflua til Støaneset med Hyttevågen” bears the small corrections date 15 January 2006. Arne’s NM have now reproduced all chart updates that were previously issued by Kartverket Norway up to and including Efs 13/12. Chart 61T is therefore now revised up to and including 15 July 2012. The following is a list of all NM that need to be applied to the 1st edition of chart 61T to get it up to date.

Remark: Arne’s NM are not checked by a hydrographic office or any other entity. You should consider cross-checking these chart updates with your copies of the official Norwegian Efs and chart NO 22.