11 - 2009
Royal Ocean Racing Club – Rolex Fastnet Race - Pantaenius Buoy
Name of the Aid: Pantaenius Buoy
09 June 2009
Area:South West Coast of Ireland
The Commissioners of Irish Lights hereby give notice that on or about 20 July 2009, a Special Marker Buoy will be placed on behalf of the Royal Ocean Racing Club to mark the western turning point of the course in the RORC's Rolex Fastnet Race. The Race begins in Cowes on 9 August and is expected to be completed in Plymouth by 18 August.
|Name of Aid:||Pantaenius Buoy|
|Position:||51° 17.020'N, 09° 41.040'W|
|Structure:||Yellow Pillar Buoy|
|Topmark:||St Andrew's Cross|
|AIS:||Message 21 MMSI 992501121|
This buoy has no other navigational significance except as a Race Marker.
This buoy will be retrieved as soon after the completion of the Rolex Fastnet Race as circumstances permit.
Radio Navigational Warnings will be issued and will remain in force until the buoy has been retrieved.
By Order, S. G. R. Ruttle, Chief Executive.
Mariners are invited to contact the Marine Department, Commissioners of Irish Lights to comment on any aspect of the Aids to Navigation Service or on hazards to navigation around the coast of Ireland.