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Notices to Mariners

Survey and Sampling Work - If you are coming into the Dee Estuary, please check the Notices to Mariners for the latest issues

COVID-19 response

Following the Prime Minister’s 23 March address to the nation, we are taking further action to both protect our employees and ensure that our core services continue to be delivered. In his address, the Prime Minister outlined that, for at least three weeks, people should stay at home, other than for: shopping for basic necessities; exercising once a day; any medical need; and travelling to and from essential work.

In light of the 23 March announcement we are making changes with immediate effect,  

  • The Harbour Master and Dee Conservancy Officer will work from home.
  • The Marine Engineer will work with the Harbour Master to carry out essential work only.

If you have any questions, please get in touch on 0300 065 3000

D. BEECH, DEE CONSERVANCY OFFICER on behalf of THE DEE CONSERVANCY STATUTORY HARBOUR AUTHORITY

And

CAPTAIN S. CAPES, HARBOUR MASTER

24th March 2020

Related document downloads

Notice to Mariners No.10 – 2018 Temporary Buoys PDF [22.9 KB]
Notice to mariners, No 02-2017 Navigation of the Dee river craft Afon Dyfrydwy PDF [25.6 KB]
Use of navigation lights, No. 08-2014 International Collision Regulations PDF [38.0 KB]
Notice to Mariners, No 04 - 2014 Movements Of dredger Arenig Fawr PDF [38.2 KB]
Notice to mariners, No.15 - 2013 River Dee canalised section - underwater obstruction PDF [81.9 KB]

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