The port of Beypore (Beipur), an open roadstead, lies off the entrance of the Beypore River (10 Km south of Calicut) at and is considered a wharf of the port of Calicut (Kozhikode).
New Beypore Light is shown from an octagonal masonry tower, with red and white bands, on the SE side of the entrance to the Beypore River.
Black Rocks, 1.2m high, lie towards the SE end of a reef about 0.8 mile S of the entrance to the Beypore River. A rock, with a depth of 1.5m, lies about 0.5 mile SSW of Black Rocks. The bar of the Beypore River had a depth of 3.5m between the breakwaters in 1990.
Caution.—Vessels in the vicinity of Beypore at night should not enter depths of less than 15m.
Black rocks Two Rocks Outer Rocks (W India)
The coast between Malpe and New Mangalore, about 26 miles SSE, is straight and fringed with coconut trees.
Black Rocks, 13m high and conspicuous, lie about 4 miles S of Malpe.
Two rocks, 3m high, and two rocks, 5m high, lie about 0.5 mile NW and 0.2 mile WSW, respectively, of ...
13 Mar 12