2000-02-Establishment of Trial Buoy

2000-02-Establishment of Trial Buoy

Notices to Mariners

Establishment of Trial Larne XP Buoy

02 - 2000

Issue Date: 15 May 2000

Aid: Larne XP Buoy

Area: North East Coast of Ireland

The Commissioners of Irish Lights hereby give notice that on 9th June 2000 or as soon thereafter as circumstances permit, a temporary trial buoy will be established as follows:

Name:
Larne XP Buoy
Latitude:
54° 51.57' N
Longitude:
005° 47.65' W
Buoy Type:
Starboard Hand, Lateral, Conical
Colour:
Green
Topmark:
Green Cone, point upwards
Character:
QG
Nominal Range:
5 nautical miles

The purpose of this buoy is to test its conspicuity in the location and the effectiveness of new lantern technology, with special regard to the requirements of high-speed vessels using the Port of Larne.
A Radio Navigational Warning will be issued when the buoy is established.

By Order, T. M. Boyd, Chief Executive.