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PHILIPPINE

NOTICES TO MARINERS

Edition No.: 12

31 December 2020

Notices Nos.: 062 to 063

CONTENTS

I Index of Charts Affected II Notices to Mariners

III Corrections to Nautical Publications IV Navigational Warnings

V Publication Notices

Produced by the Hydrography Branch

Published by the

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

NATIONAL MAPPING AND RESOURCE INFORMATION AUTHORITY

Notices to Mariners – Philippine edition are now on- line at http:// www.namria.gov.ph/download.php#publications

Subscription may be requested thru e-mail at maritime.affairs@namria.gov.ph

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THE PHILIPPINE NOTICES TO MARINERS is the monthly publication produced by the Hydrography Branch of the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA). It contains the recent charts correction data, updates to nautical publications, and other information that is vital for the safety of navigation on Philippine waters.

Copies in digital format may be obtained by sending a request through e-mail address: css.gismb@namria.gov.ph or by downloading at the NAMRIA website: www.namria.gov.ph/download.php.

Masters of vessels and other concerned are requested to advance any report of dangers to navigation and other information affecting Philippine Charts and Coast Pilots which may come to their attention to the Director, Hydrography Branch. If such information warrants urgent attention like for instance the non-existence of aids to navigation or failure of light beacons or similar structure or discovery of new shoals, all concerned are requested to contact NAMRIA directly through the following portals:

Mail: NAMRIA-Hydrography Branch,

421 Barraca St., San Nicolas, 1010 Manila, Philippines E-mail: maritime.affairs@namria.gov.ph

Fax: (+632) 8242-2090

The Hydrographic Note form at the back-cover page of this publication must be used in reporting information on dangers to navigation, lighted aids, and other features that should be included in the nautical charts.

An online form for reporting is also now available to the public. Log on to:

Philippine Online Maritime Safety Information System (OMSIS) http://namria.gov.ph/omsis/landing.aspx

Sign-up and log-in to access the Electronic Hydrographic Note (e-HNote) to

report. Other features such as Electronic Nautical Chart Correction Service (e-

NCC) and Cumulative List can also be utilized upon subscription to OMSIS.

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Explanatory Notes

1. The Philippine Notices to Mariners is divided to following sections:

Section I. Index of Charts Affected – Contains the list of all nautical charts which have been affected by Notices to Mariners and the notice numbers which have affected them.

Section II-A. Notices to Mariners - Contains corrections to nautical charts in sequential number with the indication of the month and year of its issuance. The illustration below describes the elements that comprise a typical notice:

Notice No. preceded by asterisk “ * ” indicates that the information is based upon original Philippine source.

Section II-B. Temporary & Preliminary Notices – Contains Notices to Mariners that temporarily affects the nautical charts or have preliminary information that is subject to further verification. The capital “P” or “T” affixed in the number of any notice denotes “preliminary” or “temporary”, respectively.

A list of Temporary and Preliminary Notices that are still in force, as well as those that are canceled, is published in this publication every month. The list may be read on page iv.

Section III-A. Corrections to List of Lights – Contains the corrections to the latest edition of the Philippine List of Lights. The entire entry for each light will be printed and the columns that contains updates will be denoted by an asterisk “ * ”. All columns will be denoted by asterisks in the case of new lights.

This section is intended to be cut out and pasted on the section of the List of Lights that is being corrected.

All updates to lighted aids, including their operational status, will be published in this section. All directions and bearings are measured clockwise from true the North 000o to 360o. Bearing on lights is based on the observer from seaward toward the light.

The visibility assigned to the lights never exceeds the calculated distance at which they can be seen from a height of 4.57 meters above the level of the water at high tide.

Notice No.

month(seq. no.)year

Region / Area Affected

Feature Being Corrected

Chart No. with Edition No., Edition and

Revision dates

Datum Latest Notice Applied to Chart

Position Corrective Action

Symbol Source

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Changes in aids to navigation, their maintenance and correction of deficiencies in operation are under the operation of the Philippine Coast Guard. Report of defects and recommendations concerning aids to navigation should be forwarded to the Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard.

Section III-B. Coast Pilot Corrections – Contains the corrections to the latest edition of the Philippine Coast Pilot book.

Section IV. Navigational Warnings – Contains the reprints of all previously issued navigational warnings that are still in effect as of the publication date of this edition of the Philippine Notices to Mariners.

Section V. Publication Notices – Contains the latest updates on the nautical charts, electronic navigational charts, and other nautical publications of NAMRIA.

2. NAMRIA issues Notices to Mariners and Navigational Warnings sourced from private entities, foreign publications, national government agencies, and local government units. Such information is published for the sake of safety of navigation on Philippine waters and does not imply recognition of the legal validity of the information issued by the abovementioned sources.

3. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of NAMRIA nautical charts and publications, users should bear in mind that it may not be complete or up-to-date, especially in areas where there are extensive developments. Mariners are advised to exercise prudence and to also refer to all navigational equipment aboard ship and use a lookout during navigation.

4. Masters of vessels are warned that great care should be exercised in navigating Philippine waters because of the low visibility and occasional failure of some navigational lights. Buoys and beacons are sometimes lost or destroyed specially after typhoons. Temporary deficiencies in the standard aids to navigation published in this office may have been corrected before subsequent notice is issued.

5. Positions obtained from satellite navigation systems, such as GPS, are normally referred to the WGS-84 Datum. Such position may only be plotted on NAMRIA nautical charts that are also referred to the WGS-84 Datum. Mariners should take note that due to the age and quality of some of information, such satellite-derived positions may be more accurate than charted details.

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List of Temporary and Preliminary Notices

(in force as of 31 December 2020) 05(036)P/19 – LUZON, W. COAST, Subic Bay – Buoy

04(023)P/19 – MINDANAO, N. COAST, Iligan Bay – Buoy 11(063)P/18 – LUZON, W. COAST, Subic Bay – Wreck 10(055)P/18 – LUZON, W. COAST, Manila Harbor – Wreck

06(033)P/18 – LUZON, W. COAST, San Fernando Harbor – Buoy 01(004)P/18 – SULU ARCHIPELAGO – Recommended Route

07(040)P/17 – MINDANAO, W. COAST, Moro Gulf – Recommended Route

02(014)P/17 – MINDANAO, N. COAST, Butuan Bay – Submarine Pipeline

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Index of Charts Affected - - - 1

Notices to Mariners - - - 2

Temporary & Preliminary Notices - - - List of Lights Corrections - - - 5

Coast Pilot Corrections - - - 6

Navigational Warnings - - - 7

Publication Notices - - - 17

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INDEX OF CHARTS AFFECTED

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Chart No. Notice No. Chart No. Notice No.

1523 12(062)20 4656 12(062)20

12(063)20 12(063)20

4608 12(062)20 4708 12(062)20

12(063)20 4624 12(063)20

Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC) Affected

PH2CMN40 12(062)20 PH2CMN40 12(063)20

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*12(062)20 – MINDANAO, SE. COAST, Davao Gulf, Malalag Bay – Lights Chart 1523 1Ed 06/28/2017 [WGS-84 Datum] Last NM 10(053)20

Insert at: 06° 35.90' N., 125° 24.73' E.

at: 06° 37.66' N., 125° 24.53' E.

Delete at: 06° 35.86' N., 125° 24.74' E.

at: 06° 36.18' N., 125° 23.99' E.

at: 06° 36.76' N., 125° 26.00' E.

at: 06° 37.57' N., 125° 24.57' E.

Chart 4608 1Ed 11/04/1968 Rev 10/06/1980 [Luzon Datum] Last NM 11(059)20

Insert at: 06° 35.99' N., 125° 24.64' E.

at: 06° 37.75' N., 125° 24.44' E.

Delete at: 06° 35.98' N., 125° 24.65' E.

at: 06° 36.30' N., 125° 23.90' E.

at: 06° 36.88' N., 125° 25.50' E.

at: 06° 37.70' N., 125° 24.48' E.

Chart 4656 1Ed 02/16/1933 Rev 09/08/1975 [Luzon Datum] Last NM 10(053)20

Insert at: 06° 35' 59.1"N., 125° 24' 38.3"E.

at: 06° 37' 44.7"N., 125° 24' 26.3"E.

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*12(062)20 – MINDANAO, SE. COAST, Davao Gulf, Malalag Bay – Lights (continued) Chart 4656 1Ed 02/16/1933 Rev 09/08/1975 [Luzon Datum] Last NM 10(053)20

Delete at: 06° 35' 59.0"N., 125° 24' 39.0"E.

at: 06° 36' 18.0"N., 125° 23' 54.0"E.

at: 06° 36' 53.0"N., 125° 25' 30.0"E.

at: 06° 37' 42.0"N., 125° 24' 29.0"E.

Chart 4708 2Ed 11/2010 [WGS-84 Datum] Last NM 11(060)20

Amend characteristics of Malalag Light from Fl.R.5s31m15M to Fl.R.5s31m8M

at: 06° 35.9' N., 125° 24.7' E.

Delete at: 06° 36.8' N., 125° 26.0' E.

ENC affected: PH2CMN40

(PCG Data & NAMRIA Survey Report; HD 283/20 & 265/20)

*12(063)20 – MINDANAO, SE. COAST, Davao Gulf, Pakiputan Strait – Lights Chart 1523 1Ed 06/28/2017 [WGS-84 Datum] Last NM 12(062)20

Insert at: 07° 09.17' N., 125° 39.76' E.

Amend characteristics of Davao Light from Fl.G.5s11m10M to Fl.G.5s11m8M

at: 07° 04.66' N., 125° 37.59' E.

characteristics of Sasa Light from Fl(2)R.5s11M to Fl.R.5s8M

at: 07° 07.33' N., 125° 39.76' E.

Delete at: 07° 09.15' N., 125° 39.60' E.

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*12(063)20 – MINDANAO, SE. COAST, Davao Gulf, Pakiputan Strait – Lights

(continued)

Chart 4624 2Ed 12/02/1991 [Luzon Datum] Last NM 10(053)20

Insert at: 07° 09.26' N., 125° 39.67' E.

Amend characteristics of Davao Light from Fl.G.5s11m10M to Fl.G.5s11m8M

at: 07° 04.74' N., 125° 37.50' E.

characteristics of Sasa Light from Fl(2)R.5s11M to Fl.R.5s8M

at: 07° 07.42' N., 125° 39.67' E.

Delete at: 07˚ 09.25' N., 125° 39.51' E.

Chart 4656 1Ed 02/16/1933 Rev 09/08/1975 [Luzon Datum] Last NM 12(062)20

Insert at: 07° 09' 15.4"N., 125° 39' 40.3"E.

Amend characteristics of Davao Light from Fl.G.5s11m10M to Fl.G.5s11m8M

at: 07° 04' 44.4"N., 125° 37' 29.9"E.

characteristics of Sasa Light from Fl(2)R.5s11M to Fl.R.5s8M

at: 07° 07' 25.0"N., 125° 39' 40.5"E.

Delete at: 07˚ 09' 15.2" N., 125° 39' 30.4"E.

Chart 4708 2Ed 11/2010 [WGS-84 Datum] Last NM 12(062)20

Insert at: 07° 09.2' N., 125° 39.8' E.

Amend characteristics of Davao Light from Fl.G.5s11m10M to Fl.G.5s11m8M

at: 07° 04.7' N., 125° 37.6' E.

characteristics of Sasa Light from Fl(2)R.5s11M to Fl.R.5s8M

at: 07° 07.3' N., 125° 39.8' E.

Delete at: 07° 09.2' N., 125° 39.6' E.

ENC affected: PH2CMN40

(PCG Data & NAMRIA Research Report; HD 283/20 & 265/20)

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LIST OF LIGHTS CORRECTIONS

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NUMBER NAME POSITION CHARACTERISTICS Elev(m) Range(NM) STRUCTURE REMARKS

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

REGION II – CAGAYAN VALLEY BATANES

0733 MAHATAO (Diura) 20 24 08 N

121 57 33 E

Fl W 5s 18 White concrete

tower with top painted red

In WGS-84 Datum

* CAGAYAN

0832 F2733 ALEGAN 18 18 35N

122 20 13E

Fl W 5s Concrete In WGS-84

Datum

* REGION III – CENTRAL LUZON

AURORA

0834 F2742.2 ZABALI 15 45 10 N

121 37 51 E

Fl W 5s Concrete In WGS-84

Datum

*

0853 F2740.5 DILASAG 16 25 37 N

122 14 17 E

Fl W 5s Concrete In WGS-84

Datum

*

0836 F2741 SAN ILDEFONSO 16 01 52 N

121 59 53 E

Fl W 5s Concrete In WGS-84

Datum

* BATAAN

0042 F2630 MARIVELES 14 25 53 N

120 29 07 E

Fl(2)G 10s 12 7 White Concrete

tower, 11

In WGS-84 datum

*

0796 MORONG 14 41 48 N

120 15 00 E

Fl W 5s Concrete PA.

* REGION XI - DAVAO REGION

DAVAO DEL SUR

0393 F2231.3 MALALAG RIVER 06 36 18 N 125 23 54 E

Deleted from List of Lights

0394 F2231.4 BOLTON REEF 06 37 40 N

125 24 32 E

Fl W 5s 9 8 Concrete

beacon

In WGS-84 Datum

* * * * *

0395 F2234 DAVAO 07 04 39 N

125 37 35 E

Fl G 5s 11 8 White GRP

tower, 10

Vis 226°- 033°(167°) In WGS-84

Datum

* *

0396 F2234.5 SASA 07 07 20 N

125 39 46 E

Fl R 5s 8 White concrete

tower, 15

In WGS-84 Datum

* * *

0397 F2235 PANACAN 07 09 10 N

125 39 46 E

Fl G 10s 18 White concrete

column

In WGS-84 Datum

* * * *

DAVAO OCCIDENTAL

0391 F2231 HILL 450 06 35 54 N

125 24 44 E

Deleted from List of Lights

0392 F2231.2 MALALAG

(PCG: Hill 450)

06 35 54 N 125 24 44 E

Fl R 5s 31 8 White GRP

tower

Vis 108°- 354°(246°) In WGS-84

Datum

* * * * *

Note: Asterisk “ * ” indicates new information in the column above it.

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III

COAST PILOT CORRECTIONS

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Philippine Coast Pilot, 7th Ed. Volume 1 Chapter 5 – Luzon Island

Page 5-3, right column, lines 28 to 31. Replace by:

and provides little shelter, except from the S winds.

During October to March, a light to moderate NW swell will be encountered with the prevailing NE wind swinging a vessel across the bay at times while SW winds prevails during the months of June to September.

Weather at the port during March to July is relatively good. The shoal off the SE shore of the

Page 5-4, left column, line 2. Replace by:

long concrete wharf on piles. Depth alongside the pier is 11 m (36 ft) at the N and 8.5 m (27 ft) at the S. The port’s established maximum draft for vessels is 8.5 mf at the aft and 8.6 m forward. It has a berthing of 4

Page 5-4, left column, line 11. Replace by:

Pilotage is compulsory with the pilot station located at position 18⁰ 24.8’ N., 122⁰ 5.603’ E.

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IV

NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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Date: 08 November 2018

Reference: PCG NTM 258-2018 (HD 288/18)

______________________ MESSAGE _____________________

NAVPHIL 173/18 – LUZON, W. COAST, PASIG RIVER – REHABILITATION

`

NAPINDAN HYDRAULIC CONTROL SYSTEM IS BEING REHABILITATED FROM 05 NOVEMBER 2018 TO 11 MARCH 2022 WITHIN THE VICINITY OF THE FOLLOWING COORDINATES:

14° 33' 28"N., 121° 04' 06"E.

14° 33' 26"N., 121° 04' 10"E.

ALL SHIPS/WATERCRAFTS TRANSITING THE VICINITY OF THE ABOVE-

MENTIONED AREA ARE ADVISED TO TAKE NOTE OF THE INFORMATION AND

TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AT ALL TIMES.

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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Date: 12 February 2020

Reference: PCG NTM 028-2020 (HD 028/20)

______________________ MESSAGE _____________________

NAVPHIL 021/20 – PHILIPPINE WATERS – HEALTH PREVENTIVE MEASURE

Notice is hereby given to all mariners and other parties concerned that:

1. Reference: Department of Health, Department Circular No. 2020-0034 dated 04 February 2020.

2. The Department of Health circulated guidelines at all seaports for prevention and spread of 2019-nCov in lieu to the declaration of the World Health Organization (WHO) on the 2019-nCov ARD as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) that entails the urgent need to coordinate international efforts to investigate and better understand the same to minimize threat in affected countries and to reduce the risk of further international spread.

3. His Excellency President Rodrigo Roa Duterte had issued a temporary travel ban for those travelers coming from China, including Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR). In line with such directive, the Bureau of Quarantine shall be implementing the following measures effective immediately

at all seaport for all maritime vessels:

A. For Cruise Vessel

A.1 All Cruise Ships with passengers, regardless of nationality, from China, Macau and Hong Kong SAR or had passed through in the past fourteen (14) days are not allowed to dock at any Philippine port.

A.2 All Cruise Ships not calling on the ports of China, Macau and Hong Kong SAR within the last fourteen (14) days are allowed to dock in Philippine ports.

They must undergo complete screening measures, submission of duly- accomplished Maritime Declaration of Health, and other pertinent documents related to 2019-nCoV ARD.

A.3 All Cruise Ships allowed to dock must declare all travel itineraries/excursions in the Philippines.

Continued to the next page.

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A.4 The master of vessel must report immediately any occurrence of flu-like symptoms (e.g fever, cough, colds, body weakness and difficulty of breathing). In an event of flu like manifestation arise, the master must immediately report to the Quarantine Medical Officer (QMO) for guidance on implementing infection prevention and control protocols to minimize the spread of infection on board.

A.5 The QMO will conduct triaging of case/s using current Case Definition.

(Please refer to Annex1 Decision Tool for nCoV ARD Assessment for BoQ and Hospitals as January 30, 2020)

A.6 No Filipinos are allowed to embark in any cruise ship going to China.

B. For Cargo Vessels

B.1 All vessels calling from China, including Hong Kong and Macau SAR, in the past fourteen (14) days must be boarded at the quarantine anchorage.

B.2 Upon arrival at quarantine anchorage, the master of vessel must hoist at its foremast the yellow flag and inform immediately the Quarantine station at assigned port through ship agents. Strictly no embarkation/disembarkation policy.

B.3 Quarantine Boarding formalities shall ensue - the master of the vessel shall submit a duly accomplished Maritime Declaration of Health and BOQ shall issue free pratique. Other boarding formalities shall commence.

B.4 Vessels cleared at the first port of entry and calling another local port, which within the past 14 days travelled from China, Hong Kong and Macau SAR, must be boarded at the designated Quarantine anchorage area by QMO, submit duly accomplished Maritime Declaration of Health and other pertinent documents.

B.5 The master of vessel must report immediately any occurrence of flu- like symptoms (e.g fever, cough, colds, body weakness and difficulty of breathing). In an event of flu like manifestation arise, the master must immediately report to the QMO for guidance on implementing infection prevention and control protocols to minimize the spread of infection on board.

B.6 The QMO will conduct triaging of case/s using current Case Definition.

(Please refer to Annex 1 Decision Tool for nCoV ARD Assessment for BoQ and Hospitals as January 30, 2020)

Continued to the next page.

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B.7 Ship agent of Vessel with PUI situated in a non-competent port will arrange the immediate diversion of the vessel to the nearest competent port (Manila and Cebu) in the Philippine territory.

B.8 PUI in a competent port will be conducted to a dedicated hospital and the vessel will be declared as affected vessel. A confirmed laboratory result of case will commence a 14-day quarantine at the anchorage and hoist the Lima flag. Day zero starts at the conduction of the PUI.

On the 14" day, the QMO will board the vessel, examine the documents, muster the crew and issue a free pratique. The master of vessel may then lower down yellow flag, and other formalities will commence.

C. General Preventive Measures

C.1 Continue hygienic practices and sanitary measures at all times.

C.2 Waste disposal of vessels coming in from China, including Hong Kong and Macau SAR, in the past fourteen (14) days, are not allowed in Philippine ports.

4. In this connection, all ships/watercrafts transiting Philippine waters are advised

to take cognizance of the information and adhere to the strict implementation of

aforementioned measures.

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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Date: 21 October 2020

Reference: PCG NTM 145-2020 (HD 255/20)

______________________ MESSAGE ___________________

NAVPHIL 135/20 – MINDANAO, N. COAST, BOHOL SEA – CABLE LAYING TRANSPOWER BUILDERS AND DEVELOPMENT CORP. (TBDC), UTILIZING “C/S SKAGERRAK” WILL CONDUCT CABLE LAYING ON 28 OCTOBER 2020 TO 20 JANUARY 2021 FROM BRGY. TAG-ULO, DAPITAN CITY TO SANTANDER, CEBU ALONG THE ROUTE DEFINED BY THE FOLLOWING COORDINATES:

POSITION COORDINATES 1 08° 43.67'N., 123° 22.88'E.

2 08° 45.02'N., 123° 24.92'E.

3 08° 48.54'N., 123° 26.70'E.

4 08° 50.58'N., 123° 28.28'E.

5 08° 54.60'N., 123° 27.49'E.

6 09° 04.09'N., 123° 19.29'E.

7 09° 06.87'N., 123° 21.13'E.

8 09° 15.53'N., 123° 22.02'E.

9 09° 17.80'N., 123° 23.34'E.

10 09° 20.62'N., 123° 23.60'E.

11 09° 22.38'N., 123° 22.96'E.

12 09° 25.01'N., 123° 20.74'E.

ALL SHIPS/WATERCRAFTS TRANSITING THE VICINITY OF THE ABOVE- MENTIONED AREAS ARE ADVISED TO TAKE NOTE OF THE INFORMATION AND TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AT ALL TIMES.

CANCEL THIS NAVIGATIONAL WARNING ON 21 JANUARY 2021.

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Date: 21 October 2020

Reference: PCG NTM 136-2020 (HD 250/20)

______________________ MESSAGE ___________________

NAVPHIL 137/20 – PHILIPPINE WATERS – CABLE INSTALLATION

BEN LINE AGENCIES PHILIPPINES, INC. UTILIZING “C/S RESOLUTE” IS CONDUCTING CABLE INSTALLATION STARTING 12 OCTOBER 2020 TO 11 JANUARY 2021 ALONG THE ROUTES DEFINED BY THE FOLLOWING COORDINATES:

WEST PHILIPPINE SEA TO BALER LANDING POINT

POINT COORDINATES

A 20° 52.29'N., 118° 00.00'E.

B 20° 01.93'N., 119° 58.39'E.

C 20° 11.64'N., 123° 48.33'E.

D 20° 11.64'N., 123° 48.33'E.

E 16° 11.75'N., 123° 06.50'E.

F 15° 46.11'N., 121° 33.84'E.

WEST PHILIPPINE SEA TO SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION LANDING POINT

POINT COORDINATES

G 20° 01.93'N., 119° 58.39'E.

H 16° 35.98'N., 120° 18.05'E.

ALL SHIPS/WATERCRAFTS TRANSITING THE VICINITY OF THE ABOVE- MENTIONED AREAS ARE ADVISED TO TAKE NOTE OF THE INFORMATION AND TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AT ALL TIMES.

CANCEL THIS NAVIGATIONAL WARNING ON 12 JANUARY 2021.

THIS CANCELS NAVPHIL 131/20

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Date: 04 January 2021

Reference: Sulu Province Executive Order No. 20 – 2020 (HD 001/21)

______________________ MESSAGE ___________________

NAVPHIL 001/21 – MINDANAO, W. COAST, SULU ARCHIPELAGO

– PORT PROTOCOLS IN CONNECTION TO THE EFFORTS TO CONTROL THE SPREAD OF THE NEW STRAIN OF COVID-19, THE PROVINCE OF SULU IS IMPLEMENTING THE FOLLOWING TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN ALL OF ITS SEA PORTS FROM 04 – 17 JANUARY 2021:

1. ONLY UNIFORMED PERSONNEL AND HEALTH WORKERS SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL (INBOUND AND OUTBOUND) OF THE PROVINCE PROVIDED THAT THEY HAVE OFFICIAL TRAVEL ORDER FROM THEIR HEAD OF OFFICE, TF COVID SHIELD TRAVEL CLEARANCE FROM PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE (PNP), TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF SULU TASK FORCE COVID-19, AND MUST PRESENT A NEGATIVE RT-PCR (SWAB TEST) RESULT OF NOT MORE THAN FIVE DAYS UPON ENTRY TO SULU PROVINCE.

2. THE MOVEMENT OF ALL TYPES OF GOODS AND BASIC COMMODITIES BY LAND, AIR OR SEA SHALL BE UNHAMPERED. OFFICERS AND CREWS OF CARGO VESSELS SHALL OBSERVE THE PRECAUTIONARY

MEASURES AND PROTOCOLS SET BY THE SULU TASK FORCE ON COVID-19.

3. PERSONS WITH MEDICAL EMERGENCY REQUIRING HOSPITALIZATION SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TOGETHER WITH ONE COMPANION AND MEDICAL ASSISTANT POVIDED THAT THEY CAN PRESENT A REFERRAL FROM THE HOSPITAL.

MASTERS OF VESSELS WISHING TO CALL AT ANY PORT IN SULU PROVINCE ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE PORT AUTHORITIES FOR FURTHER

GUIDANCE.

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Date: 05 January 2021

Reference: LSP, Inc. Email (HD 002/21)

______________________ MESSAGE ___________________

NAVPHIL 002/21 – PHILIPPINE WATERS – CABLE WORKS

FLEET MARINE CABLE SOLUTION, INC. UTILIZING “CS VEGA” IS CONDUCTING CABLE RECOVERY, LAYING, AND LANDING FROM 05 JANUARY 2021 TO 14 FEBRUARY 2021 ALONG THE ROUTES DEFINED BY THE FOLLOWING COORDINATES:

PINAMALAYAN – LAYLAY PORT

Pos No.

Latitude Longitude

1 13° 02.0862'N 121° 29.5665 'E 2 13° 01.9789'N 121° 29.9017 'E 3 13° 01.9635'N 121° 30.1938 'E 4 13° 01.9319'N 121° 30.5568 'E 5 13° 02.2152'N 121° 31.9615 'E 6 13° 02.2367'N 121° 33.4494 'E 7 13° 02.4458'N 121° 35.3879 'E 8 13° 02.9605'N 121° 37.7471 'E 9 13° 06.9600'N 121° 43.6337 'E 10 13° 15.1174'N 121° 45.0186 'E 11 13° 23.0227'N 121° 45.5726 'E 12 13° 25.6928'N 121° 47.8388 'E 13 13° 25.8020'N 121° 48.1425 'E 14 13° 25.9114'N 121° 48.8547 'E 15 13° 26.0099'N 121° 49.1455 'E

Continued to the next page.

SAN JOSE TO MANOC MANOC

Pos No.

Latitude Longitude

1 12° 03.6749'N 121° 57.5958'E

2 12° 03.6783'N 121° 57.6129'E

3 12° 03.6002'N 121° 57.9788 'E

4 12° 03.5356'N 121° 58.0982'E

5 12° 03.0795'N 121° 58.5894'E

6 12° 02.9229'N 121° 58.6286'E

7 12° 00.7497'N 121° 58.6225'E

8 11° 59.3536'N 121° 58.4122'E

9 11° 58.2153'N 121° 57.9918'E

10 11° 57.8010'N 121° 57.6803'E

11 11° 57.2095'N 121° 57.1543'E

12 11° 56.957'N 121° 56.831'E

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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Continued to the next page MANOC MANOC - CATICLAN

Latitude Longitude 1 11° 56.958 'N 121° 56.831 'E 2 11° 57.088 'N 121° 57.035 'E 3 11° 57.250 'N 121° 57.406 'E 4 11° 57.100 'N 121° 57.772 'E 5 11° 56.854 'N 121° 57.985 'E 6 11° 56.684 'N 121° 57.999 'E 7 11° 56.619 'N 121° 57.936 'E 8 11° 56.295 'N 121° 57.275 'E

PIO V CORPUS TO TAPILON Latitude Longitude 1 11° 53.119 'N 124° 03.015 'E 2 11° 54.141 'N 124° 05.388 'E 3 11° 54.162 'N 124° 06.486 'E 4 11° 52.042 'N 124° 07.952 'E 5 11° 50.216 'N 124° 08.560 'E 6 11° 44.779 'N 124° 08.647 'E 7 11° 43.150 'N 124° 08.244 'E 8 11° 40.722 'N 124° 07.010 'E 9 11° 36.923 'N 124° 08.355 'E 10 11° 33.827 'N 124° 09.657 'E 11 11° 28.745 'N 121° 09.097 'E 12 11° 25.277 'N 124° 06.268 'E 13 11° 23.174 'N 124° 04.824 'E 14 11° 21.120 'N 124° 04.566 'E 15 11° 19.159 'N 124° 02.441 'E 16 11° 16.733 'N 124° 01.829 'E

VIRAC TO CATARMAN

Latitude Longitude

1 13° 35.179 'N 124° 14.385 'E

2 13° 34.584 'N 124° 15.044 'E

3 13° 33.077 'N 124° 16.302 'E

4 13° 28.390 'N 124° 18.529 'E

5 13° 25.950 'N 124° 20.080 'E

6 13° 13.951 'N 124° 27.123 'E

7 13° 09.534 'N 124° 27.905 'E

8 13° 03.543 'N 124° 27.010 'E

9 12° 56.455 'N 124° 34.065 'E

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NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS

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ALL SHIPS/WATERCRAFTS TRANSITING THE VICINITY OF THE ABOVE- MENTIONED AREAS ARE ADVISED TO TAKE NOTE OF THE INFORMATION AND TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AT ALL TIMES.

CANCEL THIS NAVIGATIONAL WARNING ON 15 FEBRUARY 2021.

CAJIDIOCAN TO MANDAON

Latitude Longitude

1 12° 22.298 'N 122° 41.219 'E

2 12° 22.403 'N 122° 41.908 'E

3 12° 22.843 'N 122° 45.853 'E

4 12° 20.124 'N 122° 55.019 'E

5 12° 17.417 'N 122° 59.493 'E

6 12° 14.322 'N 123° 05.290 'E

7 12° 13.281 'N 123° 07.076 'E

8 12° 12.077 'N 123° 12.771 'E

9 12° 12.103 'N 123° 13.131 'E

10 12° 13.437 'N 123° 17.097 'E

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V

PUBLICATION NOTICES

17 1. Newly Published nautical chart:

a. Chart 1513 – Lamon Bay

Scale 1: 150,000, 1

st

Edition, 5

th

November 2020

b. Chart 1516 – Cabaun Island to Gamay Bay Scale 1:150,000, 1

st

Edition, 17

th

November 2020

c. Chart 4241 – Tabaco Harbor

Scale 1: 12,500, 1

st

Edition, 19

th

November 2020

d. Chart 4353 – Port of Coron

Scale 1: 10,000, 1

st

Edition, 19

th

November 2020

e. Chart 1508 – Babuyan Island

Scale 1: 150,000, 1

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Edition, 23

rd

November 2020

f. Chart 1533 – Sibuco Bay to Coronado Bay

Scale 1: 150,000, 1

st

Edition, 23

rd

November 2020

Call the NAMRIA Map Sales Office (MSO) – Manila Branch at telephone

numbers (+632) 8245-9498 and (+632) 8241-3494 local 117 for details regarding the purchase of the abovementioned publications.

2. Mariners are requested to notify the Hydrography Branch, NAMRIA of any changes or discrepancies found on nautical charts and nautical publications issued by this office, especially if this affects navigational safety on Philippine Waters. Reported information may be sent using the Hydrographic Note or the Hydrographic Note for Port Information, which are on the succeeding pages.

Reports may be sent through the following means:

Mail: NAMRIA – Hydrography Branch, 421 Barraca St., San Nicolas, Manila 1010 Email: maritime.affairs@namria.gov.ph and maritime.concerns@gmail.com Fax: (+632) 8242-2955

Onsite: http://namria.gov.ph/omsis/HNote10.aspx

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NAMRIA HNC

Form10 Rev00 HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE

Date ________________________

Ref. No. _____________________

Name of ship or sender __________________________________ IMO No. _________

Address of sender _______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Telephone/Mobile No. _______________________ E-mail ______________________

Subject _______________________________________________________________

General locality _________________________________________________________

Position: Latitude. ______________________ Longitude. _______________________

Position fixing system used ____________________________ Datum _____________

Charts affected _________________________ Edition _________________________

ENCs affected __________________________________________________________

Latest Notice to Mariners held _____________________________________________

Nautical Publications affected (Edition No.) ___________________________________

Details of anomaly or observation:

A replacement copy of Chart No. __________________________________________

is required (see Instruction 4).

Signature of observer/reporter _____________________________________________

Tick box if not willing to be named as source of this information

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INSTRUCTIONS

1. Mariners are requested to notify the Hydrography Branch of the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) when new or suspected dangers to navigation are discovered, changes observed in aids to navigation, or corrections to publications that are seen to be necessary.

Mariners can also report any ENC display issues experienced.

2. This form and its instructions have been designed to help both the sender and the recipient. It should be used, or followed, closely, whenever appropriate. Copies of this form may be obtained gratis from the Hydrography Branch at 421 Barraca St., San Nicolas, Manila, or by requesting thru email at maritime.affairs@namria.gov.ph.

3. Position: When a position is defined by sextant angles or bearings (true or magnetic being specified) more than two should be used in order to provide a check. Distances observed by radar should be quoted. However, when there is a series of fixes along a ship’s course, only the method of fixing and the objects used need to be indicated. Latitude and longitude should only be used specifically to position the details when they have been fixed by astronomical observations or GPS and a full description of the method, equipment and datum used should be given.

4. Paper Charts: A cutting from the largest scale paper chart is the best medium for forwarding details, the alterations and additions being shown thereon in red. When requested, a new copy will be sent in replacement of a chart that has been used to forward information, or when extensive observations have involved defacement of the observer’s chart. If it is preferred to show the amendments on a tracing of the largest scale chart (rather than the chart itself) these should be in red as above, but adequate detail from the chart must be traced in black ink to enable the amendments to be fitted correctly.

Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs): A screen grab of the largest scale usage band ENC with the alterations and additions being shown thereon in red.

5. Soundings: When soundings are obtained, it is important to ensure that full details of the method of collection are included in this report. This include nut no limited to:

a. Make, model, and type of echo sounder used.

b. Whether the echo sounder is set to register depths below the surface or below the keel; in the latter case the vessel's draught should be given.

c. Time, date and time zone should be given in order that corrections for the height of the tide may be made where necessary, or a statement made as to what corrections for tide have already been made.

d. Where larger amounts of bathymetric data have been gathered, only those areas where a significant difference to the current chart or ENC should be specifically mentioned on the H102.

The full data set may also be sent in, with an additional note added to this effect. If no significant differences are noted, the bathymetric data may still be of use, and sent in accordingly. Where full

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data sets are included, a note as to the data owner and their willingness for the data to be incorporated into charts and ENCs included.

6. For Echo Sounders that use electronic ‘range gating’, care should be taken that the correct range scale and appropriate gate width are in use. Older electro-mechanical echo sounders frequently record signals from echoes received back after one or more rotations of the stylus have been completed. Thus, with a set whose maximum range is 500m, an echo recorded at 50m may be from depths of 50m, 550m or even 1050m. Soundings recorded beyond the set's nominal range can usually be recognized by the following:

a. the trace being weaker than normal for the depth recorded;

b. the trace passing through the transmission line;

c. the feathery nature of the trace.

As a check that apparently shoal soundings are not due to echoes received beyond the set's nominal range, soundings should be continued until reasonable agreement with charted soundings is reached. However, soundings received after one or more rotations of the stylus can still be useful and should be submitted if they show significant differences from charted depths.

7. Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not be withheld. Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being able to check the information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned.

8. Changes to Port Information should be forwarded using Hydrographic Note for Port Information.

Where there is insufficient space on the forms additional sheets should be used.

9. Reports using this form and relevant data should be sent either through mail at NAMRIA- Hydrography Branch, 421 Barraca St., San Nicolas, Manila or through email at maritime.affairs@namria.gov.com and maritime.concerns@gmail.com.

An acknowledgement or receipt will be sent and the information then used to the best advantage which may mean immediate action or inclusion in a revision in due course; for these purposes, the NAMRIA-Hydrography Branch may make reproductions of any material supplied. When a Notice to Mariners is issued, the sender's ship or name is quoted as authority unless (as sometimes happens) the information is also received from other authorities or the sender states that they do not want to be named by using the appropriate tick box on the form. An explanation of the use made of contributions from all parts of the world would be too great a task and a further communication should only be expected when the information is of outstanding value or has unusual features.

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NAMRIA HNC

Form11 Rev00 HYDROGRAPHIC NOTE FOR PORT INFORMATION

Date: _________________

Name of Observer/Reporter: ____________________________________ IMO No. ___________________

Address of sender _______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

Telephone/Mobile No. ________________________________ E-mail _____________________________

Name of Port

Approximate Position Latitude Longitude

Port Authority

Name and contact details

General Remarks

Principal activities and trade.

Latest population figures and date.

Number of ships or tonnage handled per year.

Maximum size of vessel handled.

Copy of Port Handbook (if available).

Berthing Facility

Type (L-pier, T-pier, wharf, etc.) Names, numbers or positions &

lengths.

Depths alongside.

Storage Facility

Area of open storage area and warehouse

Existence of reefer facilities, cold storage, and special storage facilities.

Anchorages

Position, designation, depths, holding ground, shelter afforded.

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Pilotage

Authority for requests.

Pilot boarding position.

Regulations (compulsory or not).

Name of pilot association and contact details.

Tugs

Number available.

Name of tug operator and contact details

Directions

Entry and berthing information.

Tidal streams.

Navigational aids.

Small Craft Facility

Name of yacht club, contact no., email address.

Cargo Handling

Containers, lighters, Ro-Ro etc.

Repairs

Hull, machinery and underwater.

Shipyards.

Docking or slipping facilities.

(Give size of vessels handled or dimensions)

Divers.

Rescue and Distress

Salvage, Lifeboat, Coastguard, etc.

Name of nearest Coast Guard station and contact details.

Supplies Fuel.

(with type, quantities and methods of delivery) Fresh water.

(with method of delivery and rate of supply)

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Provisions.

Services Medical.

Ship Sanitation.

Garbage and slops.

Ship chandlery, tank cleaning, compass adjustment, hull painting.

Communications Nearest airport or airfield.

Port radio and information service. (with frequencies and hours of operating)

Government Services Customs

Quarantine

Plant and Animal Quarantine Immigration

Local Situation

Health facilities (nearest

hospitals, clinics, health centers) Banks and money remittance facilities

Views

Photographs (where permitted) of the approaches, leading marks, the entrance to the harbor etc.

Additional Details

Signature of observer/reporter

__________________________________________________

Notes:

1. This form lists the information required for Philippine Coast Pilot and has been designed to help the sender and the recipient. The sections should be used as an aide-memoir, being used or followed closely, whenever appropriate. Where there is insufficient space on the form an additional sheet should be used.

2. Reports which cannot be confirmed or are lacking in certain details should not be withheld.

Shortcomings should be stressed and any firm expectation of being able to check the information on a succeeding voyage should be mentioned.

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Nautical Charts, Topographic Maps, Tide and Current Tables and related publications are available for sale at the following NAMRIA Map Sales Offices (MSO):

METRO MANILA: REGION V:

NAMRIA Main Office MSO Legazpi City MSO

Fort Andres Bonifacio, Taguig City DENR-Operation/Survey Division, Contact Nos. (02) 8810-4831 to 42 local 431, Rizal St., Sagpon, Legazpi City

(02) 8810-5467 Contact Nos. (052) 480-9825, (0920) 437-8877

Manila MSO

Hydrography Branch REGION VI:

421 Barraca Street, San Nicolas, Manila Iloilo City MSO Contact Nos. (02) 8241-3494 to 96 local 117, Manuel Lagunilla Bldg,

(02) 8245-9498 DENR Compound, Parola, Iloilo City

Contact Nos. (0919) 887-3862,

DENR Central Office MSO

Forest Management Bureau (FMB) Compound

Visayas Avenue, Quezon City REGION VII:

Contact Nos. (02) 8925-1157 Cebu City MSO

Room 301, Osmeña Bldg. II, Osmeña Blvd, Cebu City

REGION I: Contact Nos. (032) 505-9945, (0922) 791-0372

San Fernando (La Union) MSO

DENR Government Center REGION VIII:

Sevilla, San Fernando City Tacloban City MSO

Contact Nos. (0999) 405-6917 DENR Compound, Sto. Niño Extension, Tacloban City Contact Nos. (053) 325-6223, (053) 321-3386,

0921-3628489 REGION II:

Cagayan MSO REGION IX:

DENR – LEP, Building II Zamboanga City MSO

Carig, Tuguegarao City DENR CENRO West

Contact Nos. (0999) 309-3702 General Vicente Alvarez St., Zone 4, Zamboanga City Contact Nos. 0935-8609439

CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION:

Baguio City MSO Zamboanga del Sur MSO

Cottage I Forester Compound, Pres. Corazon C. Aquino Regional Government, PACDAL, Baguio City Center, Balintawak, Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur Contact Nos. (074) 442-5429, (074) 442-4531, Contact Nos. 0907-2777422

0918-9203590

REGION X:

REGION III: Cagayan de Oro City MSO

Nueva Ecija MSO Day Care Center Building, DENR-Compound,

GIS Room, WMRC Building, Macabalan (Puntod), Cagayan de Oro City Central Luzon State University Compound Contact Nos. 0926-4148976

Maharlika Highway, Muñoz City Contact Nos. (044) 456-0690, 0917-9313827

REGION XI:

Pampanga MSO Davao City MSO

Diosdado Macapagal Government Center Kilometer 7, SPED Road, Bangkal,

Maimpis, San Fernando City Davao City

Contact Nos. (0910) 372-5623 Contact Nos. 0915-6127770

REGION IV-A: REGION XII:

Southern Tagalog MSO Koronadal City MSO

Provincial Planning and Development Office DENR Region 12, Land Evaluation Party Ofice, Laurel Park, Capitol Site, Batangas City Aurora Street, Koronadal City, South Cotabato Contact Nos. (0905) 506-8681 Contact Nos. 0908-5459367, 0998-9840921

REGION IV-B:

Puerto Princesa MSO CARAGA Administrative Region:

DENR-PENRO Compound, CARAGA MSO

Brgy. Santa Monica, Puerto Princesa City DENR Land Management Services Bldg., Contact Nos. (048) 433-1391, (0918) 283-7045 Ambago, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte Contact Nos. (085) 342-6124, (085) 341-3250, 0948-620-9442, 0926-683-5521

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