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LIST OF LIGHTS AND NAVIGATIONAL SIGNALS

List of Lights and Navigational Signals is a nautical publication published by HOPN. This publication contains details of every lights charted on the Polish charts. When analysing the publication content, mariners should bear in mind that all bearings, including directions of marks and lights in alignment, are referred to the true compass and are measured clockwise from 000° to 359°. The limits of sectors and arcs of visibility of lights are given as seen by an observer from seaward. Information correcting or amending the List of Lights is promulgated in insets to NtMs editions.

Currently, there are three volumes of the List of Lights and Navigational Signals in HOPN’s inventory.

Volume I (521). – Volume I covers coasts and areas of the South and West Baltic Sea. It contains details of navigational lights in Poland, Germany, south Danish coast from the German-Danish border to the Sound and Bornholm, south Swedish coast from the Sound to Öland, and Russian coast from the Russian-Lithuanian border to the Polish-Russian border.

Volume II (522). – Volume II covers coasts and areas of the West Baltic Sea. It contains details of navigational lights on the coast of Denmark and Sweden from the Sound to the Swedish-Norwegian border and south coast of Norway.

Volume III (523). - Volume III covers coasts and areas of the Central and North Baltic Sea. It contains details of navigational lights on the east coast of Sweden from Kalmarsund northward, Finland, Russia along the Gulf of Riga coast, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.








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