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14.07.2017.

Plovput published new Electronic Navigational Charts for the Sava River in Inland ECDIS standard 2.3. Charts can be downloaded from ENC web page.

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The Directorate for Inland Waterways has published new Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC) for the Sava River in Republic of Serbia in Inland ECDIS standard 2.3, in accordance with the obligation defined by Law on navigation and ports on inland waters (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 73/10, 121/12, 18/15, 92/16) and Rulebook on River Information Services (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 63/15).

New Electronic Navigational Charts contains up-to -date information on the fairway, waterway marking system, isolines for 2.5 m, 2.3 m, 2.0 m and 1.6 m depth referred to the low navigational level (with information on hydrographic survey dates), marks for critical sectors for navigation – sections of the river where in periods of low water the corresponding dimensions of the waterway are not fulfilled, which are necessary for safe navigation, distance marks on 200 m on fairway axis, cross-sections on 200 m, positions of sunken vessels in or near fairway or proclaimed berths, gauging stations, up-to-date information on bridges (with information on available vertical clearance compared to the high navigation level), ferry routes, electric power transmissions and other objects of importance for the safety of navigation, and other information relevant for inland navigation.

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The most important changes in the third edition of the Chart are information on the construction site of the new bridge on the Sava River upstream of the Kolubara confluence, including location of the temporary bridge and adjusted waterway marking system, as well as information on available depth with reference to low navigational level on the stretch from rkm 210.8 to rkm 59.0, based on the results of the hydrographic survey performed in the period May-June 2017.

New Electronic Navigational Charts, in standard .000 format, can be downloaded from electronic navigational charts page.


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