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Beacon, lateral points (Hydro, 1:90k - 1:350k)

  • Added 22 May 2011
  • Updated 28 Jan 2020
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A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A lateral beacon is used to indicate the port or starboard hand side of the route to be followed. They are generally used for well defined channels and are used in conjunction with a conventional direction of buoyage.

S-57 Object Class: Beacon, lateral

S-57 Acronym: BCNLAT

This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:90,000 to 1:350,000.

THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION.

This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

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TagsNew Zealand
RegionsBluff, Greenhills, Inlet-Bluff Harbour, Waihemo, Nenthorn, Palmerston, Auckland, Dunedin City, Whangarei District, Far North District, Nelson City, Marlborough District, Christchurch City
MetadataISO 19115/19139, Dublin Core

Technical Details

Layer ID 50060
Data type Vector multipoint
Feature count 72
Elevation Z coordinates
Primary key fidn
Attributes fidn, bcnshp, catlam, colour, colpat, condtn, conrad, convis, datend, datsta, elevat, height, marsys, natcon, nobjnm, objnam, perend, persta, status, veracc, verdat, verlen, inform, ninfom, ntxtds, picrep, scamin, txtdsc, sordat, sorind,
Services Vector Query API, Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed

History

Added22 May 2011
Last updated28 Jan 2020
Revisions 26 - Browse all revisions
Current revision Imported on Jan. 28, 2020 in WGS 84.
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