CHS Chart 4844: Cape Pine to/à Renews Harbour

Paper Chart
CAN4845

$24.95

Scale: 60000 Scale identification for CHS Charts We refer to the relationship between the size of the chart and the earth as 'natural scale.' For example, 1:15 000 means that 1 unit on the chart equals 15 000 units on the earth. The following are examples of different types and scales of charts...
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Scale: 60000

Scale identification for CHS Charts

We refer to the relationship between the size of the chart and the earth as 'natural scale.' For example, 1:15 000 means that 1 unit on the chart equals 15 000 units on the earth. The following are examples of different types and scales of charts and their uses.

  • Harbour charts are:
    • large scale, 1:2 001 to 1:20 000
    • used for navigation in harbours or intricate, hazardous, shoal-infested waters
  • Approach charts are:
    • 1:20 001 to 1:50 000
    • used for approaching coasts where a lot of detail is required
  • Coastal charts are:
    • 1:50 001 to 1:150 000
    • used in fisheries charts
    • used to show continuous extensive coverage with sufficient inshore detail to make landfall sightings easy
  • General charts:
    • are 1:150 001 to 1:500 000
    • used in fisheries charts
    • give extensive offshore coverage with sufficient inshore detail to make landfall sightings easy
  • Sailing charts are:
    • 1:500 001 and smaller
    • used for offshore navigation beyond sight of land

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