Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 09/2018

The highest of the fixed marks on the 231º transit below the Britannia Bridge F.W has failed and has been temporally replaced with a F.G light.

53º 12’.89 N 004º 11’.08 W

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.

David John O’Neill
Harbwr Feistr
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Local Notice to Mariners 06/2018

All mariners are advised that the UK National Armed Forces Day will be held at Llandudno on Saturday 30 June 2018. A marine exclusion area, as per the appended charts, will be in force for the duration of the air display from 1150 until 1310. Patrol craft with a police and military presence will be enforcing the exclusion area. Mariners are requested to co-operate and respect the exclusion area as any incursions will result in cancellation of the air display. Provision has been made for vessels to anchor inside of a line running between the Pier and Venue Cymru starboard hand mark.

Matthew Forbes
MSc LLB (hons) BSc MNI
Conwy Harbour Master

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 08/2018

On Saturday the 19th and 20th of May Caernarfon Harbour is hosting the Aqua Adrenaline Tour Powerboat racing.

Navigation inside the BLUE area is strictly prohibited during the racing times.

The orange areas will be waiting areas for vessel wishing to navigate through the blue area between races. The red area is reserved for vessels accessing and egressing Doc Fictoria. Authorisation to navigate into the red or blue area must be sought from the Dock Master on VHF Ch.80.

Race Times

18/05/18

Course Familiarisation 12.45 13:00
Race 1 – 25 Min + Lap 13:00 13:45
Race – 25 Min + Lap 14:00 14:45

19/05/18

Race 3 – 25 mins + Lap 13.15 14:00
Race 4 – 25 mins + Lap 14.15 15:00

David John O’Neill
Harbwr Feistr Caernarfon Harbour Master

Local Notice to Mariners 05/2018

All mariners are hereby advised that scheduled dredging activities will be taking place at the Conwy Harbour access jetty (opposite the Liverpool Arms) for the next two to three weeks.  The work boat ‘Jac y Do’ will be restricted in her ability during dredging operations and mariners are requested to keep 25m clearance.

Should jetty access be required during operations then the vessel should be contacted on VHF channel 14.  A further notice will be issued when dredging operations are complete.

 

Matthew Forbes
MSc LLB (hons) BSc MNI
Conwy Harbour Master

Local Notice to Mariners 04/2018

All mariners are advised that moorings have been laid in the following positions

  • No. 1 Marked by unlit red buoy in position 53° 18’.032 N 003° 50’.516 W
  • No. 2 Marked by unlit yellow buoy in position 53° 18’.057 N 003° 50’.552 W

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Local Notice to Mariners 02/2018

All mariners are hereby advised that scheduled dredging activities will be taking place at the Conwy Harbour access jetty (opposite the Liverpool Arms) for the next two to three weeks.

The work boat ‘Jac y Do’ will be restricted in her ability during dredging operations and mariners are requested to keep 25m clearance.  Should jetty access be required during operations then the vessel should be contacted on VHF channel 14.  A further notice will be issued when dredging operations are complete.

Local Notice to Mariners 01/2018

All mariners are hereby advised of the following message relating to Conwy Marina issued by the Marina Manager.

Please be advised that we have recently severed an electrical cable to the sill gate traffic lights and proximity sensors which has now resulted in them being inoperable.

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Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 28/2017

Aid to navigation Llanddwyn Island “South East Rock” south cardinal, usually in position 53º 07’.820N 004º 25’.040W is not on station.

For further information and updates, visit the Caernarfon Harbour Trust website.

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 2017/27

Caernarfon Bar – Aid to navigation Fairway Buoy L FL10s, usually in position 53º 06’.45N 004º 25’.001W is not on station.

The Aid to navigation has been temporarily discontinued for the winter.

For further information and updates, visit the Caernarfon Harbour Trust website.

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