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  • Raster chart image of: NZ 6422 Approaches to Timaru This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 35000 File reference: NZ642201.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)

  • A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. An isolated danger beacon is a beacon erected on an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, isolated danger S-57 Acronym: BCNISD This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A beacon is a prominent, specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A cardinal beacon is used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water. It is placed in one of the four quadrants (North, East, South and West), bounded by inter-cardinal bearings from the point marked. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, cardinal S-57 Acronym: BCNCAR This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A safe water beacon may be used to indicate that there is navigable water around the mark. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, safe water S-57 Acronym: BCNSAW This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:90,000 to 1:350,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • Raster chart image of: NZ 63 Kaikoura Peninsula to Banks Peninsula This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 1:200000 File reference: NZ6301.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)

  • Raster chart image of: NZ 5125 Bay of Islands This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 1:25000 File reference: NZ512501.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)

  • A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A special purpose beacon is primarily used to indicate an area or feature, the nature of which is apparent from reference to a chart, Sailing Directions or Notices to Mariners. Beacon in general: A beacon whose appearance or purpose is not adequately known. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, special purpose/general S-57 Acronym: BCNSPP This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A buoy is a floating object moored to the bottom in a particular place, as an aid to navigation or for other specific purposes. An isolated danger buoy is a buoy moored on or above an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it. S-57 Object Class: Buoy, isolated danger S-57 Acronym: BOYISD This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A machine for lifting, shifting and lowering objects or materials by means of a swinging boom or with a lifting apparatus supported on an overhead track. S-57 Object Class: Crane S-57 Acronym: CRANES This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A timber structure in the intertidal zone serving as a support for vessels at low stages of the tide to permit work on the exposed portion of the vessel's hull. Also called careening grid. S-57 Object Class: Gridiron S-57 Acronym: GRIDRN This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/