New Zealand radio navigational warnings
Warnings In-Force at: 282115 UTC SEP 23
NAVAREA XIV warnings
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 166/23
VITI LEVU, NORTH EAST COAST
NORTHWEST OF TAILEVU POINT
CHARTS BA488, BA744
A. 13.7 METRES 17-35.65S 178-32.48E
B. 17.9 METRES 17-35.86S 178-32.32E
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 155/23
VITI LEVU – NORTHWEST COAST
LAUTOKA – VUDA POINT
1. UNDERWATER OPERATIONS INVOLVING DIVERS & PILOT VESSEL CANTERBURY IN PROGRESS FROM 1800 TO 0600 UTC DAILY UNTIL 15 OCT 2023 IN AREA BOUNDED BY:
A. 17–41.39S 177–23.00E
B. 17–41.32S 177–23.07E
C. 17–41.45S 177–23.22E
D. 17–41.54S 177–23.15E
2. ALL SHIPS IN VICINITY OF THE MOORING BUOYS ARE REQUESTED TO GIVE 0.5 NAUTICAL MILE CLEARANCE.
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 145/23
VITI LEVU – WEST COAST
NADI WATERS – YAKUILAU ISLAND & DENARAU CHANNEL ENTRANCE
1. HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEY OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS BY RFNS VOLASIGA IN AREA BOUNDED BY:
A. 17–44.01S 177–20.35E
B. 17–44.01S 177–24.05E
C. 17–46.62S 177–24.05E
D. 17–46.62S 177–20.35E
2. MARINERS ARE REQUESTED TO GIVE A WIDE BERTH
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 135/23
VITI LEVU – NORTH WEST COAST
CHARTS BA1670, BA389
1. BEKANA ISLAND EAST SIDE BEACON LIGHT 17–35.04S 177–27.06E UNLIT.
2. NAIVAKA ISLAND NORTH SIDE BEACON LIGHT 17–33.67S 177–27.97E UNLIT.
3. CANCEL NAVAREA XIV WARNING 121/23
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 134/23
VITI LEVU – EAST COAST – OVALAU ISLAND
CHARTS BA1244, BA488
1. NA TUBARI SOUTH ENTRANCE STARBOARD HAND LATERAL BUOY LIGHT 17–40.79S 178–50.83E UNLIT.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA XIV WARNING 107/23
NZ Coastal Navigation warnings
Currently there are no active NZ Coastal Navigation warnings
Every effort is made to keep the information on this website up-to-date but it is not always possible to add and cancel warnings in real-time. While NAVAREA XIV and New Zealand Coastal Navigational Warnings are made available on this website, Masters/Captains are still required to receive navigational warnings from the appropriate International Maritime Organization (IMO) or World Meteorological Organization (WMO) approved Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) broadcast service i.e. the International SafetyNET system.
Many warnings are of a temporary nature, but others may remain in-force for several weeks and may be superseded by Notices to Mariners.