페이스북 트위터 이메일 인쇄

Notice to Mariners

After nautical charts and publications have been published, sea routes, coasts, ports, and more continue to change naturally and artificially. Because these changes influence the safety of navigation directly and indirectly, it is necessary to swiftly and accurately provide vessels with information on such changes in order to ensure safe navigation and prevent marine accidents. The notices to mariners help mariners maintain their nautical charts and publications up to date. They are issued once a week and promulgated via various channels, including the Internet.

Notice to Mariners Data Aid

As marine cargo traffic is on the rise in the era of globalization, we at KHOA collect a variety of information both at home and abroad and swiftly provide it in the form of a notice to mariners in order to secure the sea traffic safety and set up economical routes. For any information that mariners and marine workers have attained, please contact us or report it to the following address.

Notice to Mariners Data Aid
Name Post Code Address Phone Number
Korea Hydrographic and
Oceanographic Administration
606-806 351 Haeyang-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan (051) 400-4331~4
South Sea Hydrographic
and Oceanographic Office
601-726 351 Chungjangdae-ro, Dong-gu, Busan (051) 638-9803
East Sea Hydrographic
and Oceanographic Office
240-812 123 Donggul-ro, Donghae-si, Gangwon-do (033) 535-1711
West Sea Hydrographic
and Oceanographic Office
325-903 270-3 Jangsan-ro, Janghang-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do (041) 950-5713
Note

Mariners are requested to revise related nautical charts and publications on receiving a notice to mariners and inform the Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration immediately of the discovery of new dangers, changes or defects in aids to navigation and of shortcomings in Korean charts and publications.

  • 1. A star”★” before a notice number indicates that the notice is based on the original Korea information.
  • 2. Temporary or preliminary notices are indicated by (T) or (P) after the notice number respectively, and the notice number with ”※” means that it has been previously notified as a temporary or preliminary notice.
  • 3. The latitude/longitude horizontal coordinates are shown by WGS-84 system.
  • 4. Courses and bearings are true bearings reckoned clockwise from 000° to 359°; the bearings relating to light sectors and leading lines are expressed from the vessel toward the target.
  • 5. The time is expressed as four figures from 00:00 to 24:00, and is based on the Korea Standard Time (KST; ZD -9) if not specified otherwise.
  • 6. A dagger ”†” before the publication number means its correction is recorded in the attached sheet.
  • 6. A dagger ”†” before the publication number means its correction is recorded in the attached sheet.
  • 7. The figure within brackets after a chart number indicates the year and notice number of the last correction affected in that chart.
Contact
International Cooperation Team
Phone number
+82-51-400-4340