Chart 1 : Symbols, Abbreviations and Terms
Rocks, Wrecks, Obstructions - Section K
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|Ref.||IHO Symbology||Description||CHS Symbology|
|20||Wreck, hull always dry, on largescale charts
Épave, coque toujours découverte, sur cartes à grande échelle
|21||Wreck, covers and uncovers, on largescale charts
Épave qui couvre et découvre, sur cartes à grande échelle
|22||Submerged wreck, depth known, on largescale charts
Épave submergée, profondeur connue, sur cartes à grande échelle
|23||Submerged wreck, depth unknown, on largescale charts|
|24||Wreck showing any portion of hull or superstructure at level of chart datum|
|25||Wreck of which only the mast or masts are visible at chart datum|
|26||Wreck, least depth known by sounding only|
|27||Wreck, least depth known, swept by wire drag or diver|
|28||Wreck, least depth unknown, considered to be potentially dangerous to some surface vessels
Caution: Not all wrecks which are potentially dangerous have this symbol, see caution at K 29
|29||Wreck, least depth unknown
Caution: On many charts, this symbol is used for wrecks of unknown least depth, but considered to be covered by more than 20m of water. The wrecks thus represented are then potentially dangerous to vessels with a draught greater than 20m. Note: This symbol is also used for all wrecks in water over 200m deep.
|30||Wreck, least depth unknown, but considered to have a safe clearance to depth shown|
|31||Remains of a wreck or other foul area, nondangerous to navigation but to be avoided by vessels anchoring, trawling etc.
CAUTION: On some CHS charts, this symbol may represent a foul area dangerous to surface navigation.