Pursuant to Article 3 of the Caernarfon Harbour Trust (Constitution) Harbour Revision Order 2012,
nominations are requested for appointment as nominated Trustees of people having commercial, financial,
or maritime experience. Such Trustees to serve on the Caernarfon Harbour Trust for the term of three years
commencing on the 6th of November 2018.
Rhif – Number – 09/2018
06/07/18 Mae’r golau gwyn F.W ar y ucha o’r marciau sefydlog ar y trafnidiaeth 231ᵒ o dan Pont Britannia wedi methu ac mae golau gwyrdd F.G wedi ei ddisodli dros dro.
53̊ 12’.89 Gog 004̊ 11’.08 Gor
Cynghorir morwyr i fordwyo gyda gofal yn yr ardal hon.
The highest of the fixed marks on the 231ᵒ transit below the Britannia Bridge F.W has failed and has been temporally replace with a F.G light.
53̊ 12’.89 N 004̊ 11’.08 W
Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.
Rhif – Number – 08/2018
On Saturday the 19th and 20th of May Caernarfon Harbour is hosting the Aqua Adrenaline Tour Powerboat racing.
Navigation inside the BLUE area is strictly prohibited during the racing times.
The orange areas will be waiting areas for vessel wishing to navigate through the blue area between races. The red area is reserved for vessels accessing and egressing Doc Fictoria. Authorisation to navigate into the red or blue area must be sought from the Dock Master on VHF Ch.80.
|Race 1 25 Min + Lap||13:00||13:45|
|Race 2 25 Min + Lap||14:00||14:45|
|Race 3 25 mins + Lap||13.15||14:00|
|Race 4 25 mins + Lap||14.15||15:00|
Poorly marked lobster pots and fishing gear are a hazard to coastal sailors. Fishermen, too, report the loss of expensive gear as a result of entanglements. In one year alone the RNLI has dealt with 295 incidents of fouled propellers, and many encounters go unreported.
All vessels moored with Caernarfon Harbour Trust Harbour limits are required to display their unique registration sticker. It is also requested that the stickers be affixed to the stern of the vessel in a prominent position please.
Vessels not displaying a valid 2017 sticker may be removed without further notice.
When: 11:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Castle Square, Caernarfon LL55 2NN
The day will start with a military parade through the town centre, and will include representatives from all the Armed Forces plus Standard Bearers, Veterans and youth organisations. 3 marching bands will be participating. In addition:
• A Drumhead service, in the shadow of Caernarfon Castle, will immediately follow the parade.
• Static displays from all Arms will be in place across the whole event site, which will be situated along the promenade, allowing the general public to see current equipment, and speak to serving personnel.
• During the day, serving personnel will demonstrate some of their capability through various demonstrations. Thundercat Racing will hold races throughout the afternoon with some serving personnel taking part in the races on the Menai Strait (see below).
• A separate entertainment area will be established where all those attending may enjoy performances from local artists whilst partaking in refreshments.
• Information stands from military charities will be available to offer advice where needed.
It is planned to be a fun day for the public to show their appreciation of Armed Forces personnel, current and past, whilst allowing them to see some of the work the Armed Forces carry out.
Pursuant to Article 3 of the Caernarfon Harbour Trust (Constitution) Harbour Revision Order 2012, nominations are requested for the appointment of Trustees.
Caernarfon Harbour Trust is also requesting nominations for two Trustees to be appointed on the 1st of November 2017. Nominations must be received by the Harbour office no later than the 1st of October 2017.
Lobster Pots and Small Craft Safety – time to change the rules!
We, the undersigned, urge the Minister of State (DEFRA) to improve the way static fishing gear is marked for the safety of all small craft at sea.
The current, voluntary, guidance is not adequate.
We ask that DEFRA seeks views regarding enforceable regulation among other options.
This petition is sponsored by the Cruising Association (CA). We believe that the current, voluntary, arrangements and guidance have not been adequate and that the number of call-outs, by the RNLI and coastguard, to small craft disabled by fouled propellers and rudders shows the significance of the problem.
We hope that all stakeholders will work together, with DEFRA, to find a solution, particularly one that is cheap and practical for our fishermen.
Rounds 5 & 6 of the 2017 Thundercat Racing calendar will take place at Caernarfon on 16th and 18th June 2017.