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Marine Notice: Geophysical Survey Off East Coast

27th August 2013
Marine Notice: Geophysical Survey Off East Coast

#MarineNotice - Osiris Projects is carrying out a geophysical survey off the east coast of Ireland for the next two weeks, according to the latest Marine Notice from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.

The survey began yesterday 26 August, and will last around 19 days, weather permitting. The works involve a side-scan sonar, magnetometer, multi-beam echo-sounder bathymetry and sub-bottom profiling throughout the entire survey area.

The vessel MV Chartwell (Call sign MHGV6) is scheduled to carry out the work during 24-hour operations and will display appropriate day shapes and lights during reduced visibility and night operations.

MV Chartwell will be listening on VHF Channel 16 throughout the project and will also be transmitting on AIS.

The work vessel will be towing survey equipment up to 200m and will be restricted in her ability to manoeuvre. All vessels, particularly those engaged in fishing, are requested to give the MV Chartwell and her towed equipment a wide berth and keep a sharp lookout in the relevant areas.

Full details of co-ordinates of the relevant survey area are included in Marine Notice No 43 of 2013, a PDF of which is available to read or download HERE.

Published in Marine Warning
MacDara Conroy

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