The North American Ice Service provides year-round maritime safety information on iceberg and sea ice conditions in the vicinity of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland and the east coast of Labrador, Canada. The purpose of the NAIS Iceberg Bulletin and Chart is to advise mariners of the estimated iceberg extent within the region.
Ships are encouraged to immediately report sightings of icebergs or stationary radar targets that may likely be icebergs to the nearest Canadian Coast Guard MCTS Station or through INMARSAT using Service Code 42, as there is no charge when using this code.
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07/17/14 11:18:05NOTSHIP N1112/14
NL - NORTHWEST ATLANTIC - CHART(S)
ICEBERG LIMIT AT 0000UTC 17 JULY ESTIMATED FROM NEWFOUNDLAND NEAR 4740N 05816W TO 4600N 05715W TO 4300N 05300W TO 4300N 05130W TO 4400N 04445W TO 4930N 04200W TO 6000N 05800W.
MARINERS SHOULD BE AWARE THERE IS AN UNUSUALLY HIGH NUMBER OF ICEBERGS THIS YEAR AND THEY SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION ACCORDINGLY. ICEBERGS MAY BE PRESENT OUTSIDE THE ADVERTISED BERG LIMIT.
MARINERS ARE ADVISED TO NAVIGATE WITH EXTREME CAUTION IN THE VICINITY OF AND IN ICE INFESTED WATERS AS ICE CONDITIONS MAY BE MORE EXTENSIVE AND/OR SEVERE THAN REPORTED.
CANCEL NOTSHIP N1105/14