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Circolare IMO SN.1/Circ.257 sulle distanze di sicurezza dagli impianti di rigassificazione.

Circolare IMO SN.1/Circ.257 sulle distanze di sicurezza dagli impianti di rigassificazione.

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Circolare IMO SN.1/Circ.257 - 11 dicembre 2006 Circolare IMO SN.1/Circ.257 - 11 dicembre 2006 Document Transcript

  • INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION4 ALBERT EMBANKMENTLONDON SE1 7SR ETelephone: 020 7735 7611Fax: 020 7587 3210 IMORef. T2-OSS/2.7.1 SN.1/Circ.257 11 December 2006 ROUTEING MEASURES OTHER THAN TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES1 The Maritime Safety Committee, at its eighty-second session (29 Novemberto 8 December 2006), adopted in accordance with the provisions of resolution A.858(20), thefollowing new routeing measures other than traffic separation schemes including amendments toexisting routeing measures other than traffic separation schemes, annexed hereto: .1 Area to be Avoided/Mandatory No Anchoring Area in the approaches to the Gulf of Venice (new); .2 Precautionary Area off the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand; .3 Recommended Routes in the Minches; .4 Deep-Water route west of the Hebrides; .5 Recommendation on navigation around the United Kingdom coast; and .6 Abolition of the Area to be Avoided around the EC2 Lighted Buoy including the consequential amendment relating to the cancellation of the Recommendations on directions of traffic flow in the English Channel.2 The aforementioned routeing measures other than traffic separation schemes will beimplemented at 0000 hours UTC on 1 July 2007. ***I:CIRCSN01257.doc
  • SN.1/Circ.257 ANNEX ROUTEING MEASURES OTHER THAN TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMESESTABLISHMENT OF AN AREA TO BE AVOIDED/MANDATORY NO ANCHORINGAREA IN THE APPROACHES TO THE GULF OF VENICE(Reference chart: Italy 924, 2005 edition.Note: This chart is based on DATUM Rome 1940)(Description of an Area to be Avoided and Mandatory No Anchoring Area(The co-ordinates listed below are in WGS 84 Datum)Area to be Avoided and Mandatory No Anchoring AreaThe area within the circle of 1.5 nautical miles centred on the following geographical position: (1) 45° 05′.30 N 012° 35′.10 E A BNotes:A = Safety zone within a circle of 2,000 metres radius from the centre of the terminal.B = Area to be Avoided/Mandatory No Anchoring Area within a circle of 1.5 nautical miles radius from the centre of the terminal (overlapping the safety zone).I:CIRCSN01257.doc
  • SN.1/Circ.257ANNEXPage 2ESTABLISHMENT OF A PRECAUTIONARY AREA OFF WEST COAST OF THE NORTHISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND(Reference Charts: New Zealand North Island NZ23. April 2005 Edition. (WGS-84 Datum).Western Approaches to Cook Strait NZ48. April 2000 Edition. (WGS 84 Datum)).Description of Precautionary AreaThe precautionary area is defined by a line connecting the following geographical positions, thelandward extent of which is determined by Mean High Water Springs (MHWS):(1) The charted line of MHWS at approximately 38° 31′.00 S 174° 37′.80 E(2) 39° 18′.50 S 173° 05′.00 E(3) 39° 26′.00 S 173° 01′.00 E(4) 40° 03′.00 S 173° 04′.00 E(5) 40° 10′.00 S 173° 16′.00 E(6) The charted line of MHWS at approximately 39° 53′.50 S 174° 54′.50 ENote: All ships should navigate with particular caution in order to reduce the risk of a maritime casualty and resulting marine pollution in the precautionary area.AMENDMENTS TO THE EXISTING DEEP-WATER ROUTE WEST OF THE HEBRIDES(Reference Chart: British Admiralty 2635, 1996 edition.Note: This chart is based on Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (1936) Datum)Description of the amended Deep Water Route west of the HebridesThe amended deep water route is bounded by a line connecting the following geographical positions:(1) 56o 46′.75 N 008o 03′.00 W 56o 46′.74 N 008o 03′.05 W (WGS 84)(2) 57o 36′.80 N 008o 03′.00 W 57o 36′.78 N 008o 03′.05 W (WGS 84)(3) 58o 21′.40 N 007o 08′.00 W 58o 21′.37 N 007o 08′.06 W (WGS 84)(4) 58o 37′.40 N 006o 26′.00 W 58o 37′.37 N 006o 26′.07 W (WGS 84)(5) 58o 40′.54 N 006o 30′.76 W 58o 40′.51 N 006o 30′.83 W (WGS 84)(6) 58o 24′.23 N 007o 13′.58 W 58o 24′.20 N 007o 13′.64 W (WGS 84)I:CIRCSN01257.doc View slide
  • SN.1/Circ.257 ANNEX Page 3(7) 57o 37′.97 N 008o 10′.50 W 57o 37′.94 N 008o 10′.55 W (WGS 84)(8) 56o 46′.75 N 008o 10′.29 W 56o 46′.74 N 008o 10′.34 W (WGS 84)ESTABLISHMENT OF RECOMMENDED ROUTES IN THE MINCHES(Reference charts: British Admiralty Chart No.2635, 1794, 1795.Note: These charts are based on Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, 1936 Datum)Description of recommended routes in the MinchesRecommended route for south-bound traffic is defined by a line connecting the followinggeographical positions:(1) 57˚ 58.00 N 006˚ 17.00 W (2) 57˚ 54.00 N 006˚ 30.00 W 57˚ 57.98 N 006˚ 17.07 W (WGS 84) 57˚ 53.98 N 006˚ 30.06 W (WGS 84)(3) 57˚ 47.00 N 006˚ 41.00 W 57˚ 46.98 N 006˚ 41.06 W (WGS 84)Recommended route for north-bound traffic is defined by a line connecting the followinggeographical positions:(4) 57˚ 40.00 N 006˚ 32.14 W (5) 57˚ 45.00 N 006˚ 16.00 W 57˚ 40.35 N 006˚ 32.20 W (WGS 84) 57˚ 44.98 N 006˚ 16.06 W (WGS 84)(6) 57˚ 52.00 N 006˚ 03.00 W 57˚ 51.98 N 006˚ 03.07 W (WGS 84)AMENDMENTS TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS ON NAVIGATION AROUNDTHE UNITED KINGDOM COAST1 Amend resolution A.768(18), annex as follows: Section 3.2 Reporting requirements Amend Route “The Minches” to read as follows:“ Route Ship Report to Coastguard Report on condition VHF channel The Minches All Ships over 300 GT Stornoway 16 ”I:CIRCSN01257.DOC View slide
  • SN.1/Circ.257ANNEXPage 42 Additionally, increase the number of reporting points (B, C, E and F) as detailed below. Reporting Reference Latitude Longitude South Bound Initial report When passing 58 o 30′.00 N B 57 o 58′.00 N 006 o 17′.00 W C 57 o 28′.50 N 006 o 54′.40 W Final Report When passing 57 o 00′.00 N North Bound Initial Report When passing 57 o 00′.00 N E 57 o 23′.80 N 006 o 51′.80 W F 57 o 40′.40 N 006 o 32′.00 W Final Report When passing 58 o 30′.00 NABOLITION OF THE AREA TO BE AVOIDED AROUND THE EC 2 LIGHTED BUOY(Amend resolution A.475 (XII) on Ships’ Routeing as follows: ANNEX 1 ROUTEING SYSTEMS OTHER THAN TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES2 AREAS TO BE AVOIDED2.1 IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL AND ITS APPROACHES (new areas)The area to be avoided (7) centred on geographical position 50º 12´.10 N, 001º 12´.40 W isabolished as a result of the discontinuation of the EC 2 Lighted Buoy in March 2007.3 OTHER ROUTEING MEASURES3.1.1 RECOMMENDED DIRECTIONS OF TRAFFIC FLOW IN THE ENGLISH CHANNELThe recommended directions of traffic flow in the English Channel given in section 3.1 (as shownbelow) are cancelled as a result of the abolition of the area to be avoided.“Ships proceeding from the traffic separation scheme “Off Casquets” to the traffic separation scheme“In the Dover Strait and Adjacent Waters” or vice versa are recommended to leave the mid-Channelareas to be avoided to port (see paragraph 2.1 of this Annex) proceeding parallel to a line connectingthe centre of those areas.” __________I:CIRCSN01257.doc