West coast of India

West coast of India

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Between Diu Head (from N) and Cape Rama (to S), there is the gulf of Cambay and the largest sea-port on the W coast of India, the port of Mumbai (Bombay), the largest seaport on the W coast of India.
An extensive offshore area is being developed for oil production.
Numerous oil derricks, oil production platforms, single point moorings, etc., obstruct navigation within the area. Other unlit objects, pipelines, submerged obstructions, and well heads, sometimes marked by buoys, exist in this area; these features are not all charted due to their compelxity and frequent change.

Recommended routes have been established by Indian authorities to aid traffic transiting the area, as well as vessels bound to or from the port of Mumbai (Bombay).
The Indian government requests that vessels remain 1 to 2 miles to starboard of the tracklines shown on the chart, consistent with safe navigation, and the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea.

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Gulf of Cambay (W India)

288nm
358°
The Gulf of Cambay is about 30 miles wide at its entrance between Gopnath Point and Suvali Point.
Malacca Banks, with deep channels to the W and E, lie in the fairway of the approach.
Grant Channel and Sutherland Channel are safer to use than the channels between the banks, ...
1 Mar 12
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Pavas Bay (W India)

41nm
90°
Pavas Bay (Paos Bay) is entered S of Pavas Point, Golap Hill, 120m high, lies about 1 mile NE of Pavas Point.
Vessels can anchor in Pavas Bay, in a depth of about 8.5m, mud and sand, sheltered from NW winds.
The coast between Pavas Bay and Purangad Bay, about 5 miles S, consists ...
2 Mar 12
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Mudle Shoal (Taylor shoal) (W India)

40nm
80°
Mudle Shoal (Taylor Shoal), with a least depth of 1.1m, and marked on its S side by a buoy, lies about 0.7 mile SE of Miyet Point. The sea breaks over this shoal at LW.
2 Mar 12
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Purangad Point (W India)

42nm
97°
Purangad lighthouse is shown, except during the strength of the Southwest Monsoon, from the N entrance point of Purangad Bay. About 1 mile farther E, a ruined fort stands on a bare hill on the N side of the entrance to the Machkandi River.
Khavri, a mountain 346m high, lies about ...
2 Mar 12
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Vada Mirya (Mirya Donghur) (W India)

40nm
78°
Vada Mirya (Mirya Donghur), a high rocky headland, is lighter in color than the adjacent coast, and resembles an island when seen from the N or S. The W end of the headland terminates in steep cliffs. Mirya Peak, 142m high, the conspicuous summit of this headland, lies about 0.5 mile ...
2 Mar 12
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Kalabadevi Bay (W India)

41nm
77°
Kalbadevi Bay is entered between Sookana Point and Kurne Point.Anchorage may be obtained, in 8m, about 0.7 mile E of Sookana Point and 0.3 mile offshore. Local vessels call here during the Southwest Monsoon.
2 Mar 12
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