Local Notices to Mariners for Lymington Harbour


Notices to Mariners contain important navigational information such as chart updates, changes in buoyage, prior warning of activities such as dredging, exclusion zones, harbour closures and changes to General Directions.


Changes to Aid to Navigation Light Characteristics

Changes to Aid to Navigation Light Characteristics

03/09/2019

Number 9 of 2019

Notice is hereby given that with effect from the 3rd September 2019 the lighting characteristics on the Aids to Navigation (AtoN) listed below will change.

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Wightlink - Temporary Night Ferry Services

Wightlink - Temporary Night Ferry Services

05/08/2019

Number 8 of 2019

Notice is hereby given that between the 30th September and the 4th November, Wightlink will be operating a temporary night ferry service on the Lymington - Yarmouth route.

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Vessel Movements in Restricted Visibility in Lymington River

Vessel Movements in Restricted Visibility in Lymington River

17/12/2018

Number 5 of 2018

Notice is hereby given that all vessels, including leisure vessels, are strongly advised not to depart their berths if visibility is less than one cable (0.1nm / 185.2m).

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Use of CCTV and Video Images for Safety and Security

Use of CCTV and Video Images for Safety and Security

28/07/2018

Number 5 of 2017

Notice is hereby given that this Notice to Mariners constitutes a public notice in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.

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Unstable River Wall - Exclusion Zone

Unstable River Wall - Exclusion Zone

10/02/2017

Number 3 of 2017

Lymington Harbour Commissioners have received advice from New Forest District Council that part of the river wall which lies adjacent to and south of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club is unstable.

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Wightlink ferry movements in Horn Reach

Wightlink ferry movements in Horn Reach

12/12/2014

Number 10 of 2014

Notice is hereby given of the Wightlink ferry arrival and departure procedures and the recommended actions for other craft.

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Recovering vessels onto trailer using slipway

Recovering vessels onto trailer using slipway

05/06/2013

Number 5 of 2013

It has been noted that some mariners using the slipway to recover vessels onto road trailers are using a method to do so which is neither safe nor recognised as best practice.

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Use of Kill Cords in Powered Craft

Use of Kill Cords in Powered Craft

29/05/2013

Number 4 of 2013

Following a fatal incident involving the ejection of a family of six from an 8m RHIB the MAIB have issued a safety bulletin drawing attention to the proper use of kill cords on powered craft, reproduced as follows:

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