Harbour Master Notices

Port of Truro Harbour Masters Notice No. 6 2018

CORNWALL COUNCIL

HARBOUR MASTER’S NOTICE

Notice No. 6 of 2018

 PORT OF TRURO

 Second sunken vessel in the channel at Ruan Creek

 Notice is hereby given that a sunken vessel is lying in the navigation channel to Ruan Lanihorne in addition to that described in Harbour Masters notice 5 of 2018.

The mast of this 26ft sunken yacht marks the location of this wreck at all states of the tide in the positon

50N13.95 and 004W58.44 approximately 150m West of the wreck referred to in HMN05

Mariners are advised to keep a sharp lookout when navigating in Ruan Creek on passage toward Ruan Lanihorne.

This notice will be self-cancelling when the vessel is removed and no longer presents a hazard to navigation.

Signed: M Killingback, Harbour Master,  6th September 2018

 

Port of Truro – Notice to Mariners No. 5 of 2018

CORNWALL COUNCIL 

HARBOUR MASTER’S NOTICE 

Notice No. 5 of 2018 

PORT OF TRURO

Sunken vessel in the channel at Ruan Creek

Notice is hereby given that a sunken vessel is lying in the navigation channel to Ruan Lanihorne. The vessel lies in an approximate position 200 metres from the entrance to Tuckingmill Creek.

Mariners are advised to keep a sharp lookout when navigating in Ruan Creek on passage toward Ruan Lanihorne.

This notice will be self-cancelling when the vessel is removed and no longer presents a hazard to navigation

Port of Truro – Notice to Mariners No. 4 of 2017

CORNWALL COUNCIL

NOTICE TO MARINERS

PORT OF TRURO

Notice No. 4 of 2017

Sunken Vessel at Turnaware Pontoons

Notice is hereby given that the red light marking the southern end of Turnaware Pontoon have been temporarily removed by a vessel sinking alongside the pontoon, counter pollution booms and support buoys are in place of the pontoon.

It is intended for the red light to be replaced by a port hand lateral mark and a new red light of the same character.

Mariners must keep clear of the area and navigate with caution.

Debris may be released at any time as the sunken vessel settles.

This notice will be self-cancelling when the sunken vessel has been removed

 

M Killingback –  Harbour Master for the Ports of Truro & Penryn    25th September 2017

 

Kill Cord Safety Information

 

Please see our Port Information section for the Kill Cord Safety poster issued by the RYA and the MAIB Safety Bulletin 1/2013 issued May 2013