View Australian Notices to Mariners 2022
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Wherever you see the symbol appear within a notice to mariners, double clicking upon the symbol will reveal further information in note form.
It is important that tracings and blocks are printed at the correct size so that they will ‘fit’ the corresponding chart. To ensure correct fit, mariners should refer to the following instructions.
|Edition 11 - NTMs 411 - 430|
|Edition 10 - NTMs 375 - 410|
|Edition 9 - NTMs 342 - 374|
|Edition 8 - NTMs 306 - 341|
|Edition 7 - NTMs 250 - 305|
|Edition 6 - NTMs 219 - 249|
|Edition 5 - NTMs 188 - 218|
|Edition 4 - NTMs 138 - 187|
|Edition 3 - NTMs 94 - 137|
|Edition 2 - NTMs 50 - 93|
|Edition 1 - NTMs 1 - 49|
|Aus323||-||263 , 266|
|Aus490||-||10 , 344|
- Solomon Islands National Tide Tables
- SINTT 2022: nil
- Australian Chart & Publication Maintenance Handbook (AHP 24) (4th Edition) - Free Download
- 2022 Notices: nil
- Mariner's Handbook for Australian Waters (AHP 20) (5th Edition) - Free Download
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- British Admiralty Notices to Mariners
- British Admiralty Notices to Mariners repeat Australian Notices to Mariners for those charts adopted by the UK Hydrographic Office. There is a time delay between the Australian Notice and UK copy.
- British Admiralty Notices to Mariners remain particularly relevant for users of Australian Sailing Directions, as this is a joint publication by the UKHO and AHO. Other UK publications are relevant in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands waters. Within Australian waters, other UK publications largely repeat information contained in AHP20, Mariners Handbook for Australian Waters.