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PUB. 120 SAILING DIRECTIONS (PLANNING GUIDE) ★ PACIFIC OCEAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIA ★ Prepared and published by the NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY Springfield, Virginia © COPYRIGHT 2014 BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT NO COPYRIGHT CLAIMED UNDER TITLE 17 U.S.C. 2014 ELEVENTH EDITION For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Internet: http:// bookstore.gpo.gov Phone: toll free (866) 512-1800; DC area (202) 512-1800 Fax: (202) 512-2250 Mail Stop: SSOP,
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  PUB. (PLANNING GUIDE)SAILING DIRECTIONS   ★★ 2014120 PACIFIC OCEAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIA Prepared and published by theNATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCYSpringfield, Virginia© COPYRIGHT 2014 BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENTNO COPYRIGHT CLAIMED UNDER TITLE 17 U.S.C. ELEVENTH EDITION For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Internet: http:// bookstore.gpo.gov Phone: toll free (866) 512-1800; DC area (202) 512-1800Fax: (202) 512-2250 Mail Stop: SSOP, Washington, DC 20402-0001  II   Pub. 120 Preface Pub. 120, Sailing Directions (Planning Guide) Pacific Oceanand Southeast Asia, Eleventh Edition, 2014, is issued for use inconjunction with the following Sailing Directions (Enroute)Publications:Pub. 125, Pub. 126, Pub. 127, Pub. 153, Pub. 154,Pub. 155, Pub. 157, Pub. 158, Pub. 159, Pub. 161,Pub. 162, Pub. 163, and Pub. 164.Digital Nautical Charts 5, 6. 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26,and 27 provide electronic chart coverage for the area coveredby this publication. This publication has been corrected to 31 May 2014, includ-ing Notice to Mariners No. 22 of 2014. Explanatory Remarks Sailing Directions are published by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) under the authority of Departmentof Defense Directive 5105.40, dated 12 December 1988, andpursuant to the authority contained in U. S. Code Title 10,Sections 2791 and 2792 and Title 44, Section 1336. SailingDirections, covering the harbors, coasts, and waters of theworld, provide information that cannot be shown graphicallyon nautical charts and is not readily available elsewhere.Sailing Directions (Planning Guide) are intended to assistmariners in planning ocean passages and to eliminate duplica-tion by consolidating useful information about all the countriesadjacent to a particular ocean basin in one volume. Planning Guide publications are compiled and structured inthe alphabetical order of countries contained within the regioncovered by each publication. Bearings.— Bearings are true, and are expressed in degreesfrom 000° (north) to 360°, measured clockwise. Generalbearings are expressed by the initial letters of the points of thecompass (e.g. N, NNE, NE, etc.). Adjective and adverb end-ings have been discarded. Wherever precise bearings are in-tended, degrees are used. Charts.— Reference to charts made throughout this publi-cation refer to both the paper chart and the Digital NauticalChart (DNC). Corrective Information.— Users should refer corrections,additions, and comments to NGA’s Maritime Operations Desk,as follows: New editions of Sailing Directions are corrected through thedate of publication shown above. Important information toamend material in the publication is available as a PublicationData Update (PDU) from the NGA Maritime Domain web site. Courses.— Courses are true, and are expressed in the samemanner as bearings. The directives “steer” and “make good” acourse mean, without exception, to proceed from a point of ori-gin along a track having the identical meridional angle as thedesignated course. Vessels following the directives must allowfor every influence tending to cause deviation from such track,and navigate so that the designated course is continuouslybeing made good. Currents.— Current directions are the true directions towardwhich currents set. Distances.— Distances are expressed in nautical miles of 1minute of latitude. Distances of less than 1 mile are expressedin meters, or tenths of miles. Geographic Names.— Geographic names are generallythose used by the nation having sovereignty. Names in paren-theses following another name are alternate names that mayappear on some charts. In general, alternate names are quotedonly in the principal description of the place. Diacritical marks,such as accents, cedillas, and circumflexes, which are relatedto specific letters in certain foreign languages, are not used inthe interest of typographical simplicity.Geographic names or their spellings do not necessarily re-flect recognition of the political status of an area by the UnitedStates Government. Heights.— Heights are referred to the plane of referenceused for that purpose on the charts and are expressed in meters. Internet Links.— This publication provides Internet links toweb sites concerned with maritime navigational safety, includ-ing but not limited to, Federal government sites, foreignHydrographic Offices, and foreign public/private portfacilities. NGA makes no claims, promises, or guaranteesconcerning the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of thecontents of these web sites and expressly disclaims anyliability for errors and omissions in the contents of these websites. International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS)Code.— The ISPS Code is a comprehensive set of measures toenhance the security of ships and port facilities developed inresponse to the perceived threats to ships and port facilities inthe wake of the 9/11 attacks in the United States. Informationon the ISPS Code can be found at the International Maritime1.Toll free:1-800-362-62892.Commercial:571-557-54553.DSN:547-54554.DNC web site:http://msi.nga.mil/NGAPortal/ DNC.portal5.Maritime Do-main website:http://msi.nga.mil/NGAPortal/ MSI.portal6.E-mail:navsafety@nga.mil7.Mailing address:Maritime Safety OfficeNational Geospatial-Intelligence AgencyMail Stop N64-SH7500 Geoint DriveSpringfield VA 22150-7500 NGA Maritime Domain Website http://msi.nga.mil/NGAPortal/MSI.portal    IIIPub. 120 Organization web site: Lights and Fog Signals.— Lights and fog signals are notdescribed, and light sectors are not usually defined. The LightLists should be consulted for complete information. National Ocean Claims.— Information on national oceanclaims and maritime boudary disputes, which have been com-piled from the best available sources, is provided solely in theinterest of the navigational safety of shipping and in no wayconstitutes legal recognition by the United States. These non-recognized claims and requirements may include, but are notlimited to:1.A requirement by a state for advance permission ornotification for innocent passage of warships in theterritorial sea.2.Straight baseline, internal waters, or historic watersclaims.3.The establishment of a security zone, where a stateclaims to control activity beyond its territorial sea for secur-ity reasons unrelated to that state’s police powers in its terri-tory, including its territorial sea. Radio Navigational Aids.— Radio navigational aids andradio weather services are not described in detail. PublicationNo. 117 Radio Navigational Aids and NOAA Publication,Selected Worldwide Marine Weather Broadcasts, should beconsulted. Soundings.— Soundings are referred to the datum of thecharts and are expressed in meters. Special Warnings.— Special Warnings may be in force forthe geographic area covered by this publication. SpecialWarnings are printed in the weekly Notice to Mariners uponpromulgation and are reprinted annually in Notice to MarinersNo. 1. A listing of Special Warnings currently in force isprinted in each weekly Notice to Mariners, Section III, Broad-cast Warnings, along with the notice number of promulgation.Special Warnings are also available on the Maritime Domainwebsite. Time Zone.— The Time Zone description(s), as well asinformation concerning the use of Daylight Savings Time, areincluded. The World Time Zone Chart is available on the Inter-net at the web site given below. Winds.— Wind directions are the true directions from whichwinds blow. Reference List The principal sources examined in the preparation of thispublication were:British Hydrographic Office Sailing Directions.Canadian Sailing Directions. French Sailing Directions.Japanese Sailing Directions.Korean Sailing Directions.Russian Sailing Directions.Fairplay Ports and Terminals.The Statesman’s Yearbook.The World Factbook.Reports from United States Naval and merchant vesselsand various shipping companies.Other U.S. Government publications, reports, and docu-ments.Charts, light lists, tide and current tables, and other docu-ments in possession of the Agency.Internet Web sites, as follows: 1. Calendar of All Legal Public Holidays. http://www.bank-holidays.com 2. Department of State/U.S. Embassies. http://usembassy.state.gov 3. IMB Piracy Reporting Center Home Page. http://www.iccwbo.org/ccs/menu_imb_piracy.asp 4. World Factbook. http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook  International Maritime Organization Home Page http://www.imo.org World Time Zone Chart http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/ reference_maps/pdf/time_zones.pdf   IV   Pub. 120
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