Anchorage

The bay affords good anchorage, sheltered from all but NW winds, with good holding ground on sand and mud in depths of less than 20 m (11fm). Official anchorage areas are as follows:

the followings areas are good and sheltered anchorage points for anchoring at roads.


I) Lat. 36 deg. 44' 12" S Long. 73 deg. 08' 18" W.


II) Lat. 36 deg. 44' 16" S Long. 73 deg. 08' 47" W.


III) Lat. 36 deg. 44' 18" S Long. 73 deg. 09' 17" W.


The following geographical points are considered as pilot station for waiting pilot of the port.


1. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 00"S Long. 73 deg. 10' 18"W


2. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 00"S Long. 73 deg. 09' 40"W


3. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 30"S Long. 73 deg. 09' 40"W


4. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 30"S Long. 73 deg. 10' 18"W


The use of Port Pilot for anchoring at roads is compulsory, an vessel must be provided with Chilean Chart Nø 613.
The area delimited by the following bellow named points are named as ´areas for droping pilots:


1. Lat. 36 deg. 43' 59"S. Long. 73 deg. 08' 24"W.


2. Lat. 36 deg. 43' 47"S. Long. 73 deg. 08' 20'W.

3. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 12"S. Long. 73 deg. 07' 59"W.


4. Lat. 36 deg. 44' 19"S. Long. 73 deg. 08' 20"W.

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