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Nr.1 receiving station (LV): Riga, coordinates: 57.059, 24.021

Nr.2 receiving station (NL): WebSDR at the University of Twente, Enschede

MESSAGES:
 
21.04.2018 01:32:27 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA59
NETHERLANDS COASTGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 59 131622 UTC JAN
PLATFORM K18 (KOTTER) 53-04.9N 003-57.9E  
FOGHORN INOPERATIVE
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21.04.2018 01:32:26 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA59
NETHERLANDS COASTGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 59 131622 UTC JAN
PLATFORM K18 (KOTTER) 53-04.9N 003-57.9E  
FOGHORN INOPERATIVE
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:31:48 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA02
NETHERLANDS COASTGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 2 141048 UTC FEB
PLATFORMS HALFWEG UNLIT AND FOGHORN INOPERATIVE
52-52.1N 004-19.1E
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:31:47 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA02
NETHERLANDS COASTGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 2 141048 UTC FEB
PLATFORMS HALFWEG UNLIT AND FOGHORN INOPERATIVE
52-52.1N 004-19.1E
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:31:08 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA01
NETHERLANDS COASTGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 1 201912 UTC APR
PLATFORM L13-FE1  53-18.8N 004-14.9E
NAVIGATION LIGHTS UNRELIABLE
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:31:07 (UTC+2)
ZCZC PA01
NETHERLANDS COA_TGUARD
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING NR. 1 201912 UTC APR
PLATFORM L13-FE1  53-18.8N 004-14.9E
NAVIGATION LIGHTS UNRELIABLE
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:25:49 (UTC+2)
ZCZC OA12
MALTA RADIO
DRILLING RIGS UPDATE 
MED SEA S/SE
WRNG 279/18
ESTRUC.DIDON LAT 33-47.9N LONG 011-53.5E
PRIDE SEA EXPLORER LAT 34-17.6N LONG 011-48.4E
SEA EXPLORER LAT 34-22.5N LONG 011-32.0E
7 NOVEMBER LAT 34-23.0N LONG 012-15.0E
ISIS LAT 34-34.1N LONG 012-31.6E
GSF RIG 135 LAT 35-47.9N LONG 014-28.7E
JACKET LAT 35-55.__ _ONG 011-_)(9 _
+__'.
A BRIGHT ORAN_E SPHERICAL OBJECT( SIZE OF A LIFERAFT) WAS REPORTED IN WATER AND IT
SEEMS TO BE HAZARD FOR NAVIGATION.THE POSITION REPORTED WAS BETWEEN 35-32.00N
015-47.00E AN_ 35-29.00N 015-32.00E. SHIPS TRANSITTING THIS AREA__R_V
O KUJC AH__PZUOY, FL.,6 5S MARKING OBSTRUCTION AT 54-46.3N 003-42.1W, MISSING_ 

2. C_NCEL__ WZ __TW K_A24)._
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:23:15 (UTC+2)
ZCZC OA49
WZ 490
SCOTLAND, NORTH AND WEST COASTS. CAPE WRATH AND NORTH MINCH.
1. INTERMITTENT GPS JAMMING EXERCISE IN PROGRESS 22 APR TO 03 MAY, DAYLIGHT HOURS
ONLY, IN FOLLOWING AREAS: 
A) WITHIN 36 MILES OF FARAID HEAD, 58-36.2N 004-46.5W, IN AN ARC, FROM 270 DEGREES,
CLOCKWISE TO 100 DEGREES.
B) WITHIN 28 MILES OF LOCH EWE, 57-51.9N 005-41.1W, IN AN ARC, FROM 285 DEGREES,
CLOCKWISE TO 040 DEGREES. 
2. ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF NAVIGATION SHOULD BE USED DURING JAMMING PERIODS TO CONFIRM
POSITION. GPS EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE CHECKED FOR CORRECT OPERATION EITHER WHEN CLEAR OF
THE AFFECTED AREAS OR ON COMPLETION OF THE EXERCISE.
3. IN AN EMERGENCY JAMMING MAY BE STOPPED ON REQUEST VIA THE JAMMING UNIT ON 01436
674321 EXT. 4372 OR CRC BOULMEC MASTERECONTRO_LAR ON 01665 572311.
4. JAMMING WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN RESTRICTD VISIBILITY.
5. CANC_L THIZ_MUONNIII_ZCZC

21.04.2018 01:22:49 (UTC+2)
ZCZC OA52
WZ 493
WALES, NORTH WEST COAST. ANGLESEY. TRWYN DU LIGHTHOUSE, 53-18.8N 004-02.4W, FOG
SIGNAL INOPERATIVE.
NNNN

21.04.2018 01:20:12 (UTC+2)
ZCZC OE79
EXTENDED OUTLOOK
SUNDAY TO WEDNESDAY
ISSUED BY THE MET OFFICE, ON BEHALF OF THE COASTGUARD AND MARITIME AGENCY, AT 202300
UTC


LOW, PRESSURE NEAR 990, CENTRED OVER THE FAEROE ISLANDS LATE SUNDAY. LOW, INITIALLY
SLOW MOV, IS EXP TO MOV NEWARDS THROUGH MONDAY, REACHING THE NORWEGIAN SEA, DPN 988,
AS A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE EXTENDS E ACROSS EUROPE FM THE AZORES HIGH.
THEN A COUPLE OF SMALL, WEAK LOWS ON FRONTAL WAVES MAY DEVELOP ON A FRONTAL SYSTEMS,
MOV E ACROSS THE UK DURING MONDAY AND TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY THE PARENT LOW, ASSOCIATED
WITH THE FRONTAL WAVES, WILL START TO MOV SEWARDS FM THE S OF ICELAND, TOWARDS
SCOTLAND. OCCASIONAL STRG WINDS OR NEAR GALES AT TIMES OVER NERN PORTPATRICK SUNDAY
NIGHT AND MONDAY, ESPECIALLY ACROSS FAIR ISLE AND FAEROES BEFORE ABATING MONDAY
NIGHT. THEN NO STRG WINDS ARE EXP UNTIL WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, WHEN STRG TO NEAR GALE
FORCE WINDS MAY DEVELOP ACROSS SHANNON AND ROCKALL. HOWEVER, CONFIDENCE IS LOW
REGARDING THIS.
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