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latitude-longitude overprinted chart no. ac 001
CHART NO. AC 001: CAPE LOOKOUT TO CAPE FEAR
LATITUDE-LONGITUDE OVERPRINTED
Hydrography is not charted on Diamond Shoals due to the
changeable nature of the area. Navigation in the area is
extremely hazardous to all types of craft.
Hatteras
Bay
Rive
WARNING
Ocracoke Inlet sea buoy and inlet
passage are not located as shown,
but are relocated frequently by
government authority and by
natural forces.
r
TM
New Bern
For Pamlico Sound, see Chart No. AC005
Datum: NAD83
(WGS 1984)
AR220
01
Ocracoke
Liberator
Unis
04
05
03
02
AR225
AR230
Portsmouth
Empire Gem
Oriental
06
Cedar Island
NOTE A
07
08
The horizontal reference datum of this chart is North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83),
which for charting purposes is considered equivalent to the World Geodetic system of 1984
(WGS 84). Geographic positions referred to the North American Datum of 1927 do not
require conversion to NAD 83 for plotting on this chart.
NOTE B
DANGER AREA
09
AR250
10
CAUTION
Limitations on the use of radio signals as aids to marine
navigation can be found in the U.S. Coast Guard Light Lists
and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Publication 117.
Radio direction-finder bearings to commercial broadcasting
stations are subject to error and should be used with caution.
Station positions are shown thus:
(Accurate location)
(Approximate location)
HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS
Hurricanes, tropical storms and other major storms may cause considerable damage to
marine structures, aids to navigation and moored vessels, resulting in submerged debris in
unknown locations.
Charted soundings, channel depths and shoreline may not reflect actual conditions
following these storms. Fixed aids to navigation may have been damaged or destroyed.
Buoys may have been moved from their charted positions, damaged, sunk, extinguished or
otherwise made inoperative. Mariners should not rely upon the position or operation of an
aid to navigation. Wrecks and submerged obstructions may have been displaced from
charted locations. Pipelines may have become uncovered or moved.
Mariners are urged to exercise extreme caution and are requested to report aids to
navigation discrepancies and hazards to navigation to the nearest United States Coast
Guard unit.
For Inshore Waters of Morehead City and Beaufort,
Harkers Island, Back Sound and Shackleford Banks,
Newport River and Cape Lookout, see Chart No. AC003
AR255
11
Dixie Arrow
Adams Creek
Area is open to unrestricted surface navigation, but all vessels are cautioned neither to
anchor (except as shown), dredge, trawl, lay cables, bottom, nor conduct any other similar
type operation because of residual danger from mines on the bottom.
E.M. Clark
18
13
British Splendour
19
14
4 Mile Rk
For New River to Cape Lookout (placemat size),
see Nearshore Chart No. AC001-A
15
18 Mile Wreck
CAUTION
Morehead City
MAGNETIC VARIATION
Beaufort
Swansboro
Magnetic variation curves are for 2008, derived from 2005 World Magnetic Model and
accompanying secular change. If annual change is in the same direction as variation, it is
additive and the variation is increasing. If annual change is opposite in direction to the
variation, it is subtractive and the variation is decreasing.
17
DANGER
Unexploded projectiles
exist within the area of
Browns Inlet.
AR315
Keypost (In)
76
WARNING
Always make positive visual identification of
navigational buoys and markers to avoid shoal
waters and the hazards of surf and grounding.
22 Mile Wreck
(Malchace)
74
75
Old
Dead
73
S.B.
Position Tree Hole
AR320
Keypost (Out)
77
AR342
Station Rock
Bear Inlet Rk
CAUTION
AR330
83
82
86
95
Honeymoon Rock
South Ledges
Southwest Ledges
101
69
71
Rk South of 13
105
AR355
Fenwick Is.
120
123
Dallas Rock
Masonboro
2 Mile Rock
126
7 Mile Rk
116
Masonboro Wk
118
115
131
10 Mile Rock
129
128
114
200-200 Ledge
127
AR372
240 Rk
210 Rk
59
High Step
109
22 Mile Rock
130
AR300
34
90 Ft Drop
South
36
57
WWI Wreck
Low Step
Northeast
39
AR302
37
Papoose
Sneads Ferry
Big Rock
North
35
U-352 Sub
108
Doorstep Ledge
AR368
33
14 Buoy
58
117
14 Mile Rk
63
60
OffshoreTopsail Ledge
AR366
122
Northeast Rock
South
New River Reef
107
River Bed
AR370
125
Russian Freighter
West Rock
61
6 Ft Ledge
92
121
31
32
AR305
91
Weldon Hall Wreck
AR362
Wrightsville
Beach
East Rock
64
62
106
119
30
29
Knuckle
Buoy
Big 10 Fathom
New River Wreck
9 Mile Rock
B-12 Drop
67
66
North
124
Portland
93
102
AR364
21
22 Atlas Tanker
65
Little 10 Fathom
27100
90
Christmas Rock
68 R “6”
#1
Northwest 70 #2
Places
#3
#3
94
AR360 Cabbage
Patch
28
89
88 #2
100
Ledge
Far East Tanker
Amagansant
30 Minute Rk
Jerry’s Reef
#1 87
Surf City Ledge
Pete Brown 104
King Rock
23
1700 Rk
27
97
99
103
25
26
85
Hutton
Divers Rock
Topsail Beach
AR285
Trawler
Buoy
Suloide
98
AR350
72
84
AR345
45 Minute Rock
Sneads Ferry
D Wreck
CAPE LOOKOUT
AR340
80
20
24
81
79
96
Wilmington
Chicken Rock
Dump Site
(Dredged Material)
78
For New River to Cape Fear (placemat size),
see Nearshore Chart No. AC001-B
Tarpon
16
Temporary changes or defects in aids to navigation are not indicated on this chart.
See local Notice to Mariners.
Surf City
12
ROCK PILE
AR275
Atlantic
Jacksonville
Latitude-Longitude Coordinates shown are
approximate and cannot be relied upon for
safe navigation and avoidance of shoals.
Keshena
F.W. Abrams
HORIZONTAL DATUM
Navigation Regulations are published in Chapter 2, U.S. Coast Pilot 4. Additions and
revisions are published in Notices to Mariners. Information concerning the regulations is
available at Coast Guard and Corp of Engineers' District Offices.
38
Pan Am
56
BIG ROCK
AR-Offshore Masonboro
139
Carolina
Beach
AR378
145
Kure
Beach
141
Kure Beach
Rock
140
Fort Fisher
Ledges
Sheephead Rk
135
Carolina
Beach Ledge
138
18 Mile Rock
AR376
5 Mile Rk
112
132
136
137
Rk S. of AR382
Coral Bottom
150
142
W
153
12 Fathom
Ledge off
Rock N.
Radar Domes
Grainger Rk
157
Ed’s Wreck
John D Gill
Frying Pan Ledges E 143
Esso
Rock
12 Fathom Rocks
For Cape Fear to Georgetown Inlet (nearshore placemat size),
see Inshore Chart No. AC002-A
NE 175
Hunter’s Hole
SW
176
171
173 NE
13 Fathom
174 SW
Rocks
180
179 Cabbage
Cucumber
Patch S.
18 Fathom Rock
172
170
164
Fairway Wreck
47
45
48
Yellowfin Hole
9 Ft. Ledge
49
Steamship
Deep Ledge
15 Fathom
Ledge
Scallop Bed
169
50
N
51 S
Esso
Nashville
177
710’ Hole
Grouper Hole
54
166
40 Mile Rock
SE Naeco
American Red Hole
165
168
167
4 Ft. Ledge
41
SE
Swansboro
Hole Area
46
Steam Wreck
158
154
NW
Deep Hole
44
16 Fathom
Rock
160
The Rise
43
WR2 Rock
161
159
Grainger Wreck
149
42
Cassimir
Rich’s Wreck
156
Rk N of Gill
40
55
162
155
151
Naeco
3 Ft Ledge
Ballard’s Place
Rock SE of 23 Mile Rock
AR386
Wk NNW
Coral
Bottom
152
USS Peterhoff
113
163
146
Southwest
10 Ft Ledge
12 Ft Ledge
111
110
23 Mile Rock
147
148
144
Masonboro Rock
134
12 Mile Rock
AR382
133
178
Fairway Buoy
East Fairway Rk
185
Lat: 33°42.650N
Lon: 77°51.000W
Broken Bottom
Red & White Reef
181
53
S. Slough Wk
184
182
Knuckle Buoy
Mt Dirfys
52
WARNING
Northeast
Rock
Twin Wrecks
Lat: 33°36.471N
Lon: 77°55.079W
186
The prudent mariner will not rely solely on any
single aid to navigation, particularly floating
aids. See US Coast Guard Light List and
US Coast Pilot for details.
Northeast
187 Southwest
South Forty
8 Ft Ledge
183
20 Fathom NE
188
Ledge
CAUTION
SW 189
Temporary changes in aids to navigation are not indicated on this chart.
See Notice to Mariners.
Frying Pan Tower Platform
Lat: 33°29.166N
Lon: 77°35.650W
Chart No. AC001: CAPE LOOKOUT TO CAPE FEAR
For Cape Fear/Cape Romain Offshore, see Chart No. AC002
(Hatteras-Ocracoke-Morehead/Atlantic Beach-Swansboro-New River-Topsail-Wrightsville/Carolina Beach)
SOUNDINGS IN FATHOMS
Scale: One Minute of Latitude = One Nautical Mile
LATITUDE-LONGITUDE OVERPRINTED
Copyright 2011 Nautical Publications, Inc.
For Oregon Inlet/Hatteras Offshore, see Chart No. AC006
NOTE C
CAUTION

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