Harbour Master Notices

Port of Truro Notice No. 6a

CORNWALL COUNCIL

HARBOUR MASTER’S NOTICE 

Notice No. 6a of 2016

PORT OF TRURO

 

Diving Operations for Scientific Data Gathering

Notice is hereby given that a Natural England dive team will be operating on Friday 9th September in the Port of Truro. The team will operate between Turnaware Bar and Tolverne during the scientific data gathering operations conducted by SCUBA divers.

The dive support vessel ‘Celtic Cat’ will display International Code of Signals flag ‘Alpha’ during diving operations and maintain a listening watch on VHF channel 16 and 12.

When navigating in the area mariners must keep a sharp lookout for the dive vessel, any divers or surface marker buoys. Vessels must keep clear of the dive vessel or divers in its vicinity at slow speed.

This notice is self-cancelling on cessation of diving operations.

Signed: M Killingback

Harbour Master

8th September 2016

 

 

Port of Truro No. 4 2016

                                                        

CORNWALL COUNCIL

HARBOUR MASTER’S NOTICE

Notice No. 4 of 2016

PORT OF TRURO

 

Scientific Data Buoy

Notice is hereby given that a scientific data collection buoy has been installed in position N 50 deg 12.394 W 005.02.015. This position is just North of Turnaware Bar.

The buoy is a yellow pillar buoy and has a yellow flashing light at night.

Mariners are advised to keep a sharp lookout for the buoy and keep clear of it.

This notice is self-cancelling on removal of the buoy.

Harbour Office                                             

Signed: M Killingback – Harbour Master – 21st July 2016

 

 

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