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Corrected through U.S. Notice to Mariners No. :   3/2018 (20 January 2018)
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*19461     7 Ed. 12/02   NEW EDITION  10/03
 (NOS)
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*19461     7 Ed. 12/02   LAST NM   10/03    53/05
 Add Chartlet, depicting source diagram, from Subsection I-2
27° 47' 00" N   175° 41' 00" W

 (NOS)
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P 19461     7 Ed. 12/02   LAST NM   53/05    10/08
 Change CAUTION note to
"CAUTION
AREAS TO BE AVOIDED
The entire area of this chart lies within the limits of the Papahanaumokuakea Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA). All vessels solely in transit should avoid the PSSA. For further information about the PSSA Reporting Area, see Chapter 2, U.S. Coast Pilot 7, and Chart 19022. (MSC IMO, 83rd Session, 2007)."
27° 54' 34.0" N   176° 01' 08.0" W

  Note: The above change and addition to the Area to be Avoided have been adopted by IMO and will become effective at 0001 UTC 1 May 2008 
 (NTM0001/2008)
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19461     7 Ed. 12/02   LAST NM   10/08    17/08
 Change CAUTION note to
"CAUTION
AREAS TO BE AVOIDED
The entire area of this chart lies within the limits of the Papahanaumokuakea Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA). All vessels solely in transit should avoid the PSSA. For further information about the PSSA Reporting Area, see Chapter 2, U.S. Coast Pilot 7, and Chart 19022. (MSC IMO, 83rd Session, 2007)".
27° 54' 34.0" N   176° 01' 08.0" W

Note: The above change and addition to the Areas to be Avoided have been adopted by IMO
(Supersedes 10/08P-19461)
 (NTM0001/2008)
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19461     7 Ed. 12/02   LAST NM   17/08    31/09
 Add Legend "SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM AREA (see note C)"
27° 45' 09.0" N   176° 04' 01.0" W

 Add Legend "SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM AREA (see note C)"
27° 59' 32.0" N   175° 41' 25.0" W

 Add Note
"NOTE C
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM
The following vessels entering or departing any U.S. port or place and in transit through the reporting area are required to report into the System: all vessels 300 gross tons or greater and all vessels in the event of a developing emergency. The following vessels in transit through the reporting area should report into the System: all vessels 300 gross tons or greater, fishing vessels, and all vessels in the event of a developing emergency. See IMO SN.1, Circ. 273. Information concerning the Ship Reporting System is also published in the U.S. Coast Pilot 7, Chapters 2 and 14, and updated through Notices to Mariners. Information may also be obtained at the Office of the Commander, 14th Coast Guard District in Honolulu, or at the Office of the District Engineer, Corps of Engineers, in Honolulu."
27° 52' 06.0" N   176° 02' 55.0" W

 (NOS)
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