Tides on: 22/06/17
  • Sunrise 04:51
  • Sunset 21:22
  • HW 10:24 4.5m
  • LW 03:32 1.0m
  • HW 22:50 4.8m
  • LW 15:55 0.9m
  • SP NP 3.7m/90%
All times are Local and have been corrected for BST where appropriate.
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Important Safety and Event Information

Navigation Warnings, Local Notices to Mariners and General Directions

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Navigational Warnings

NAVWARN 46/17 CANCEL NAVWARN 42/17
NAVWARN 45/17 ST HELENS FORT LIGHT UNRELIABLE
NAVWARN 44/17 NAB END BUOY OUT OF POSITION
NAVWARN 43/17 STBD HAND PILE 90 PORTCHESTER LAKE UNLIT
NAVWARN 41/17 C6 PILE RUDMORE CHANNEL UNLIT
NAVWARN 40/17 TEMPORARY MOORING BUOY LAID
NAVWARN 33/17 DERELICT QUAY SIDE - DANGER TO NAVIGATION - TOWN CAMBER ENTRANCE PORTSMOUTH
NAVWARN 21/17 SOUTH PARADE PIER LIGHTS
NAVWARN 65/16 QEC NAVIGATIONAL PILES (CHARTING ANOMALIES)
NAVWARN 55/16 GILKICKER LIGHT UNRELIABLE
NAVWARN 29/16 NEW PERMANENT CARDINAL MARK ESTABLISHED
NAVWARN 17/16 SPIT HEAD ANCHORAGE NO8 SPECIAL MARK OUT OF PLACE
NAVWARN 83/15 4 SPECIAL MARKS LAID
NAVWARN 27/14 Shoal patches off Fountain Lake Jetty
NAVWARN 57/12 Nab Anchorage No 3 Foul
NAVWARN 52/11 Anchor cable in St Helens Road
NAVWARN 40/11 Shoal depths southwestern end of Haslar Lake
NAVWARN 45/10 Anchor cable in St Helens Road
NAVWARN 78/05 Buoyed anchor in St Helens Road
NAVWARN 10/04 Shoal Patches East of Wightlink Hulk

Local Notices to Mariners

LNTM 31/17 TWO SPECIAL MARKS TO BE LAID
LNTM 24/17 PORTSMOUTH SMALL BOAT CHANNEL UPDATE
LNTM 13/17 USE OF WEIGHTED HEAVING LINES IN MOORING OPERATIONS
LNTM 12/17 BOARDING AND LANDING OF PILOTS WITHIN THE DOCKYARD PORT OF PORTSMOUTH
LNTM 11/17 MOORING LINES AT OIL FUEL JETTY
LNTM 10/17 CROSS SOLENT SWIMS
LNTM 09/17 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE AND TELEPHONE RECORDING
LNTM 08/17 VESSELS CONSTRAINED BY THEIR DRAUGHT OR WHO CAN SAFELY NAVIGATE ONLY WITHIN A NARROW CHANNEL OR FAIRWAY
LNTM 07/17 PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR - COLD MOVES WITHIN HM NAVAL BASE
LNTM 06/17 FAST TRANSITS OF THE HARBOUR BY MILITARY SMALL CRAFT
LNTM 05/17 PILOTAGE ACT 1987 PORTSMOUTH COMPETENT HARBOUR AUTHORITY COMPULSORY PILOTAGE AND PILOT BOARDING POINTS
LNTM 04/17 RECREATIONAL SAFETY POINTS FOR THE SOLENT
LNTM 03/17 RISK ASSESSMENT OF RECREATIONAL EVENTS
LNTM 02/17 PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR - DANGER AREA, TIPNER FIRING RANGE
LNTM 01/17 DOCKYARD PORT OF PORTSMOUTH AND THE PORT OF SOUTHAMPTON - TRAFFIC CONTROL AND VHF COMMUNICATIONS IN THE SOLENT

General Directions

DIRECTION 1/17 REGULATIONS FOR VESSELS PASSING OTHERS UNDERWAY IN PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR
DIRECTION 1/16 PERSONAL WATERCRAFT (JET SKIING) / WATER SKIING / BOARD SAILING (WIND SURFING) AND SWIMMING
DIRECTION 2/15 Keep Clear of Warships Alongside or at Anchor
DIRECTION 8/13 Berthing on MOD Ammunition Facility (UHAF) in Portsmouth Harbour
DIRECTION 6/13 Licensed mooring areas within the Dockyard Port of Portsmouth
DIRECTION 5/13 Dockyard Port of Portsmouth - Recovery of adrift craft
DIRECTION 4/13 Dockyard Port of Portsmouth - Speed Limits
DIRECTION 3/13 Wash effects in the Dockyard Port of Portsmouth
DIRECTION 2/13 Dockyard Port of Portsmouth dormant Exclusion Zone for underway warships
DIRECTION 1/13 Reporting damage or incidents
DIRECTION 4/11 Fishing restrictions to prevent obstruction to navigation within the Dockyard Port of Portsmouth
DIRECTION 2/11 Oyster dredging in Portsmouth Harbour
DIRECTION 11/10 Reports of Oil Pollution in the Port of Southampton, Southampton Water, The Solent and Portsmouth Harbour
DIRECTION 10/10 Hulks Safety Zones and keep clear warship berths
DIRECTION 7/10 Portsmouth Harbour Entrance - Approach Channel, Small Boat Channel, Swashway and Inner Swashway
DIRECTION 5/10 Movement of gas tankers in The Solent
DIRECTION 3/10 Portsmouth Harbour - Movement of vessels in harbour and approach and Approach Channel during poor visibility
DIRECTION 2/10 Use Of Escort Tug for Crude Oil tankers over 60000 tonnes deadweight bound to or from the Esso Marine Terminal, Fawley
DIRECTION 1/10 Directions to be observed by Masters of damaged vessels