NP 83 Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals Volume K: Western Pacific Ocean, South of the Equator 2019/20 Edition
NP 83 Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals Volume K: Western Pacific Ocean, South of the Equator 2019/20 provides extensive information on all lighthouses, lightships, lit floating marks (over 8m in height), fog signals and other lights of navigational significance.
This publication also gives the characteristics of lights and fog signals, together with the equivalent foreign language light descriptions. Tables can be used to calculate the geographical and luminous ranges of lights. Details for all lights listed include the international number, location and/or name, geographical co-ordinates, characteristics and intensity, elevation in metres, range in sea miles and description of structure.
We publish new editions of the Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals on a rolling cycle of revision.
We also list important changes to lights in the weekly Admiralty Notices to Mariners.
|Directions for updating this volume
|Record of updates
|Lights — Location and Light Numbers
|Purpose of Admiralty List of Lights
|How to report new or suspected dangers to navigation or changes in aids to navigation
|UKHO contact details
|How to obtain Admiralty Charts and Publications
|Related Admiralty Publications and their contents
|Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) — Admiralty Digital List of Lights (ADLL)
|Admiralty List of Lights — Limits of Volumes A to N
|International light numbers
|National light numbers
|Tabulated light information
|Explanation — Lights
|Nomenclature of lights
|RANGE TABLES AND DIAGRAMS
|Geographical range table
|Luminous range diagram
|LIGHT CHARACTERISTICS AND CO – LOCATED AIDS TO NAVIGATION
|Automatic Identification System (AIS) & Radar Beacons
|ABBREVIATIONS & GLOSSARY
|Maintenance Authority Abbreviations and Country Two Letter Codes
|Abbreviations used in Admiralty List of Lights
|Glossary of foreign terms