2001-05-South Rock Automatic Lightfloat

2001-05-South Rock Automatic Lightfloat

Notices to Mariners

Temporary Withdrawal of South Rock Automatic Lightfloat

05 - 2001

Issue Date: Friday 3 August 2001

Aid: South Rock Automatic Lightfloat

Area: North East Coast Ireland

The Commissioners of Irish Lights hereby give notice that on Monday 3rd September 2001, or as soon thereafter as circumstances permit, the South Rock Automatic Lightfloat (A5966) will be temporarily withdrawn for a period of approximately six days during which it will be replaced by a high focal plane buoy, having the following characteristics:-
Buoy Type: Port Hand Lateral Mark
Shape: Pillar Buoy
Colour: Red
Light: Fl (3) R 30s
Light Range: 8 nautical miles
Fog Signal: Whistle
Racon: Morse T (-)
The geographical position of the South Rock Automatic Lightfloat is:-
Latitude: 54 24.50 N Longitude: 05 22.00 W
Radio Navigational Warnings and notices will be issued during the course of the withdrawal and return to station of the lightfloat.
By Order, T. M. Boyd, Chief Executive.