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Wave Hub Aids to Navigation

Please be advised that the previously notified clean swept Wave Hub South East Special Mark (site boundary marker) was replaced on the 13th March 2018. All Wave Hub operated navigation marks are currently on station, in good order and functioning correctly.

Assigned positions, key characteristics and current status of Wave Hub operated Aids to Navigation can be found in the table below. 

It is respectfully requested that fishermen maintain a 250m clearance where possible from Wave Hub Aids to Navigation to avoid fouling of the catenary moorings.

Wave Hub AtoN NameDetailsAssigned Position (WGS84)Current Status

Wave Hub NW (N18100)

North Cardinal - 3m Diameter Buoy - AIS Station - 6m Focal Plane, White 7nm Light: VQ

050° 23.059' N 005° 38.241' W

OK

Wave Hub SE (N18107)

South Cardinal - 3m Diameter Buoy - 6m Focal Plane, White 7nm Light: VQ(6)+LFl(1) 10s

050° 20.637' N 005° 35.006' W

OK

Wave Hub Site – NW (N18101)

Special Mark - 3m Diameter Buoy - 4m Focal Plane, GPS Synchronised, Yellow 5nm Light: FL.Y.5s (Sync)

050° 22.791' N 005° 37.943' W

OK

Wave Hub Site – NE (N18102)

Special Mark - 3m Diameter Buoy - 4m Focal Plane, GPS Synchronised, Yellow 5nm Light: FL.Y.5s (Sync)

050° 22.999' N 005° 35.901' W

OK

Wave Hub Site – SE (N18106)

Special Mark - 3m Diameter Buoy - 4m Focal Plane, GPS Synchronised, Yellow 5nm Light: FL.Y.5s (Sync)

050° 20.894' N 005° 35.378' W

OK

Wave Hub Site – SW (N18105)

Special Mark - 3m Diameter Buoy - 4m Focal Plane, GPS Synchronised, Yellow 5nm Light: FL.Y.5s (Sync)

050° 20.541' N 005° 37.196' W

OK

Please contact the Wave Hub Head of Engineering & Operations to report any observed fault condition for a Wave Hub Navigation Mark.

Please see the Wave Hub Offshore Site Plan (available for download below) for a chart showing the Wave Hub Aids to Navigation configuration.

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