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All GPS coordinates use the WGS84 datum.
IMPORTANT NOTE ON AUS 345 and 780
Caution is required when using the current Aus 345 and 780 as positions taken from the chart and entered as waypoints may be up to 1/2 nm in error.
The following extract from correspondence with C-Map explains the situation:
“With regards to AUS 345 and AUS 780, I have been informed by the Hydrographic Office that these charts were based on the old Clarke referencing system and as such are not as reliable as the current referencing systems. This problem is magnified when trying to navigate at fine scales or in near shore areas. On the up side, the problems in these areas have been acknowledged and I am told that plans are underway to re-chart a lot of the area.”Wind Direction and ShelterThe wind directions indicated in these anchorage notes shows those directions from which shelter can be obtained in strong winds.