NSW / QLD Boating, Fishing, Camtas Marine Safety Chart / MC520 - HASTINGS POINT to SOUTH PASSAGE, Gold Coast Offshore
NSW / QLD Boating, Fishing, Camtas Marine Safety Chart / MC520 - HASTINGS POINT to SOUTH PASSAGE, Gold Coast Offshore
NSW / QLD Boating, Fishing, Camtas Marine Safety Chart / MC520 - HASTINGS POINT to SOUTH PASSAGE, Gold Coast Offshore

NSW / QLD Boating, Fishing, Camtas Marine Safety Chart / MC520 - HASTINGS POINT to SOUTH PASSAGE, Gold Coast Offshore

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Hastings Point to South Passage Marine Chart - Camtas publication MC520

Size 61x88cm 

Includes bonus wall chart “Complete Fisherman's Guide Queensland and Great Barrier Reef” reverse side

Camtas Background 

  • Camtas management has a wealth of practical knowledge, spanning over 65 years of combined personal experiences, naval, yachting, amateur and professional fishing, deep sea and reef scuba diving, underwater photography, ichthyology, marine aquariums, marine rescue and cartography. 
  • Camtas Marine Safety Chart was first published in year 1973 for a local Marine Search & Rescue Group who sought help to create a user friendly grid type search and rescue chart for their local area. New publications have followed due its instant success and numerous requests from similar groups and public. 

Features

  • Water contours are shades of blue becoming progressively darker as depth increases
  • Land contours become progressively darker as height increases
  • Natural features, mangroves, sand types, mud, salt pans and others features are visually realistically depicted
  • Grid reference system simplifies identifying positions for boating, fishing and rescue services
  • Marine Emergency Search and Rescue contact details for Police and Volunteer Rescue Services phone numbers including radio frequencies monitored are easily located on the chart
  • Navigation symbolsare clearly explained on the chart without the need for supplementary handbook
  • Known information such as names, heights, depths, seabed, GPS marks, obstructions and navigational tracks included
  • No fishing, protected, restricted zones officially declared speed zones clearly indicated
  • Lesser known information such as local knowledge of fishing and diving locations, local common names and information from latest satellite images are included at time of publication
  • BONUS fish species identification poster – User-friendly Fisherman's Guide to angling species of Queensland and Great Barrier Reef - identifies 230 illustrated fresh and salt water species fish, crustaceans and more

Browse over images and learn names, bag limits, legal sizes, habitat and eating qualities

  •  An affordable chart and perfect gift or reference guide both at home or on holidays 

Camtas Background 

  • Camtas management has a wealth of practical knowledge, spanning over 65 years of combined personal experiences, naval, yachting, amateur and professional fishing, deep sea and reef scuba diving, underwater photography, ichthyology, marine aquariums, marine rescue and cartography. 
  • Camtas Marine Safety Chart was first published in year 1973 for a local Marine Search & Rescue Group who sought help to create a user friendly grid type search and rescue chart for their local area. New publications have followed due its instant success and numerous requests from similar groups and public. 

Features

  • Water contours are shades of blue becoming progressively darker as depth increases
  • Land contours become progressively darker as height increases
  • Natural features, mangroves, sand types, mud, salt pans and others features are visually realistically depicted
  • Grid reference system simplifies identifying positions for boating, fishing and rescue services
  • Marine Emergency Search and Rescue contact details for Police and Volunteer Rescue Services phone numbers including radio frequencies monitored are easily located on the chart
  • Navigation symbols are clearly explained on the chart without the need for supplementary handbook
  • Known information such as names, heights, depths, seabed, GPS marks, obstructions and navigational tracks included
  • No fishing, protected, restricted zones officially declared speed zones clearly indicated
  • Lesser known information such as local knowledge of fishing and diving locations, local common names and information from latest satellite images are included at time of publication
  • BONUS fish species identification poster – Fish of Australia, Anglers Guide reverse side Identifies clearly illustrated fresh and salt water species fish, crustaceans.
    Browse over images and learn names, bag limits, legal sizes, habitat and eating qualities and more
  • An affordable chart and perfect gift or reference guide both at home or on holidays

Marine chart contains easily identified places of interest:

SOUTH PASSAGE Rufus King Flat Rock POINT LOOKOUT VMR Strabroke Island VMR Jacobs Well VMR Southport Coast Guard Southport VMR Currumbin Marine Rescue Point Danger Boat Rock The One Mile Reef  Whale Rock Inner Reef Wire Patch Reef Whale Rock Outer Reef Dune Rocks Frenchmans Bay Whale Rock Deadmans Beach Adder Rock Cylinder Beach Rocky Point Shag Rock Home Beach Middle Reef Flinders Beach AMITY Warragamba Bank Coolooloo Passage Wanga Wallen Bank  Fishermans Gutter Chain Banks Finuge Passage ROUS CHANNEL  Maroom Hole Maroom Bank  Boolong Bank AMITY BANKS Dialba Passage RAINBOW CHANNEL Peel Island Horseshoe Bay MORETON BAY The Bluff Hospital Point DUNWICH Polka Point One Mile Brown Lake MYORA Mount Hargrave NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND Wide Ground Inner Reef South Lookout Reef The Cathedrals Reef Number One  Wide Ground Outer Reef Macleay Island Lamb Island Eighteen Mile Swamp The Cathedrals Reef Number Two The Cathedrals Reef Number Three The Cathedrals Reef Number Four Pin Bar Reef Number One Pin Bar Reef Number Two Pin Bar Reef Number Three Mount Hutton Native Companion Lagoon Canaipa Passage Long Island Russell Island Duck Lagoon Cobby Cobby Island South Lagoon Swan Bay JUMPINPIN Mosquito Islands Steiglitz Meridien Marinas Horizon Shores Jacobs Well Kangaroo Island Eden Island Crusoe Island Stingaree Island Tabby Tabby Island Short Island SOUTH STRADBROKE ISLAND Pin Bar Reef Number Five Pin Bar Reef Number Six Pin Bar Reef Number Seven Cotton Reef Number One Pin Bar Reef Number Eight Pin Bar Reef Number Nine Thirty-five Fathom Reef Number One Thirty-five Fathom Reef Number Two Cotton Reef Number Two CORAL SEA Fifty Fathom Reef  Number One Fifty Fathom Reef  Number Two Fourty-two Fathom Reef  Number One Mick’s Mountain Fourty-two Fathom Reef  Number Two SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN Fourty-two Fathom Reef  Number ThreeCotton Reef Number Three Thirty-four Fathom Reef  Number One Thirty-six Fathom Reef  Number One Thirty-six Fathom Reef  Number Two Thirty-four Fathom Reef  Number Two Never Fail Islands Calypso Bay Wooboompah Island THE BROADWATER Coomera Island Fifty Fathom Reef  Number Three Fifty Fathom Reef  Number Four Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Three  Twenty-four Fathom Reef Number One Jims Mountain Jims South Riveria Grounds Riveria South Sanctuary Cove Hope Is Resort Marina Hope Is Marina Hope  Island Coomera River Paradise Pt Sovereign  Islands Runaway Bay Coombabah Sovereign Islands Coombabah Lake Biggera Waters Wavebreak Island Labrador Aquarius Porpoise Point Gold Coast Seaway Nerang Head Sand by-pass jetty Scottish Prince GOLD COAST Southport Main Beach Surfers Paradise Nerang River Broadbeach Mermaid Beach Nobby Beach Miami Burleigh Heads Palm Beach Tallebudgera Creek Currumbin Creek Currumbin Currumbin Beach Tugun Bilinga Coolangatta Porpoise Point Rainbow Bay Tweed Heads Terranora Banora Point Point Danger Fingal Head Wommin Bay Tweed River Chinderah Stotts Island Dreamtime Beach Kingscliff Cudgen Casuarina Cudgen Headland Bogangar Beach Cudgen Creek Cudgen Lake Bogangar Round Mountain Hastings Point  Eighteen Fathom Reef  Twenty-four Fathom Reef Number Two  Twenty Fathom Reef  Twenty-four Fathom Reef Number Three Twenty-Six Fathom Reef  Number One Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Four Point Danger Bait Grounds  Focus Reef  Twenty-four Fathom Reef Number Four  Twenty-two Fathom Reef Casino Reef  Twenty-Six Fathom Reef  Number Two Mermaid Reef Number One Mermaid Reef Number Two Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Five Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Six Deep Trag Reef Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Seven Fifty Fathoms Number Five Fifty Fathoms Number Six Fifty Fathoms Number Seven Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Eight Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Nine Fourty Fathom Reef Number Two Fourty Fathom Reef Number One The Kink Gravel Patch Palm Beach Reef  Number One Palm Beach Reef  Number Two Kirra Reef Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Ten Fourty Fathom Reef Number Three North West Nine Mile Reef Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Eleven Fourty Fathom Reef Number Four Cook Island Inner Reef  Outer Reef Danger Reefs Nine Mile Reef South Nine Mile Reef Thirty Six Fathom Reef Number Twelve Fourty Fathom Reef Number Five Tweed Canyons Tweed Canyons South Tweed Canyons South 2 Hastings Point

BONUS Fisherman’s fish species identification poster - Queensland and Great Barrier Reef region

Species include: Plectropomus laevis Bluespotted Coral Trout - Footballer Coral Trout, Plectropomus leopardus Common Coral Trout, Plectropomus aerolatus Passionfruit Coral Trout, Plectropomus maculatus Barcheek Coral Trout, Variola louti Yellow-edge Coronation Trout,,Lethrinus nebulosus Spangled Emperor, Lutjanus russelli Moses Snapper, Lethrinus miniatus Redthroat Emperor, Lutjanus olivaceus Longnose Emperor, Lethrinus erythropterus Crimson Snapper, Lethrinus malabaricus Saddletail Snapper, Etelis coruscans Flame Snapper, Aprion virescens Green Jobfish, Lutjanus monostigma OnespotSnapper, ristipomoides filamentosus Rosy Snapper, Lethrinus adetti  Hussar, Etelis carbunculus Ruby Snapper, Pristipomoides sieboldii Lavender Snapper, Pristipomoides multidens Goldband Snapper, Lutjanus bitaeniatus Indonesian Snapper, Lutjanus kasmira  Bluestriped Snapper, Lutjanus carponatus  Stripey Snapper, Lutjanus sabae  Red Emperor, Lutjanus vitta Brownstripe Snapper, Lutjanus lemniscatus Darktail Snapper, Diagramma labiosum  Painted Sweetlips, Lutjanus fulviflamma Blackspot Snapper, Plectorhinchus flavomaculatus Goldspotted Sweetlips, Plectorhinchus lessoni  Striped Sweetlips, Plectorhinchus pictus  Dotted Sweetlips, Lutjanus quinquelineatus  Fiveline Snapper, Plectorhinchus chaetodonoides Spotted Sweetlips, Plectorhinchus schotaf Sombre Sweetlips, Plectorhinchus albovittatus  Giant Sweetlips, Naso brevirostris Spotted Unicornfish, Naso unicornis Bluespine Unicornfish, Pterocaesio chrysozona Goldband Fusilier, Pterocaesio chrysozona Goldband Fusilier, Acanthurus xanthopterus Yellowfin Surgeonfish, Epinephelus undulatostriatus Maori Rockcod, Epinephelus fuscoguttatas Flowery Rockcod, Pterocaesio cpisang Banana Fusilier, Epinephelus morrhua Comet Grouper, Epinephelus tauvina Greasy Rockcod, Epinephelus merra Birdwire Rockcod, Epinephelus cyanopodus Purple Rockcod, Calphalopholis miniata Coral Rockcod, Calphalopholis argus Peacock Rockcod, Epinephelus ongus Specklefin Grouper, Calphalopholis sonnerati Tomato Rockcod, Epinephelus polyphekadion Camoulflage Grouper, Epinephelus corallicola Coral Grouper, Epinephelus quoyanus Longfin Rockcod, Epinephelus maculatus Highfin Grouper, Epinephelus rivulatus Chinaman Rockcod, Cetoscarus bicolor Bicolour Parrotfish, Scarus rivulatus Surf Parrotfish, Scarus ghobban Bluebarred Parrotfish, Scarus sordidus Greenfin Parrotfish, Chlorusus microrhinus Steephead Parrotfish, Choerodon schoenleinii Blackspot Tuskfish, Choerodon venustus Venus Tuskfish, Choerodon anchorago Anchor Tuskfish, Choerodon cyanodus Blue Tuskfish, Chelinus trilobatus Trippletail Maori Wrasse, Choerodon graphicus Graphic Tuskfish, Chelinus fasciatus Redbreast Maori Wrasse, Choerodon cephalotes Purple Tuskfish, Hemigymnus melapterus Thicklip Wrasse, Ephinephelus tukula Potato Rockcod, Cromileptes altivelis  Barramundi Cod, Bodianus perditio Goldspot Pigfish, Chelinus undulatus Humphead Maori Wrasse, Ephinephelus lanceolatus Queensland Groper, Lutjanus bohar Red Bass, Lutjanus gibbus Paddle-tail, Symphorus nematophorus Chinaman Fish, Scylla serrata Mud Crab, Portunus sanguinolentus Three-spot Crab, Portunus pelagicus Blue Swimmer Crab, Ranina ranina Spanner Crab, Nototodarus gouldi Squid, Panulirus ornatus Tropical Rocklobster, Thenus orientalis Moreton Bay Bug, Scllarides haanii & squammosus Slipper Lobster, Sepia rex Cuttlefish, Octopus pallidus Octopus, Fenneropenaeus merguiensis Banana Prawn, Thelenota ananas Sea Cucumber, Pinctada maxima Goldlip Pearl Oyster, Australonupis teres Beach Worms, Donax deltoides Pipi, Anadara & Katelysia species Cockles, Cassostrea gigas Pacific Oyster, Glycera sp. Blood Worms, Holothuria whitmaei Sea Cucumber - Black Teatfish, Cassis cornuta Helmet Shell,  Hippos hippos Giant Clam Shell, Cymatium tritonis Trumpet Shell, Epinephelus malabaricus Blackspotted Rockcod, Epinephelus colioides Goldspotted Rockcod, Labotes surinamensis Tripletail, Siganus nebulosus Black Rabbitfish, Notesthes robusta Bullrout, Synanceia horrida Estuarine Stonefish, Albula forsteri Pacific Bonefish, Ichthyscopus sannio Spotted Stargazer, Trachinocephalus myops Painted Grinner, Atractoscion aequidens Teraglin, Chanos chanos  Milkfish, Remora remora Remora, Argyrosomus hololepidotus Mulloway, Scomberoides lysan Lesser Queenfish, Sphyraena barracuda Great Barracuda, Scomberoides commersonnianus Giant Queenfish, Sphyraena obtusata Striped Barracuda, Elagatis bipinnulata Rainbow Runner, Acanthocybium solandri Wahoo, Seriola hippos Samsonfish, Seriola dumerili Amberjack, Thunnus albacares Yellowfin Tuna, Seriola lalandi Yellowtail Kingfish, Thunnus alalunga Albacore, Thunnus obesus Bigeye Tuna, Scomberomorus munroi  Spotted Mackerel, Thunnus tonggol Longtail Tuna, Auxis thazard Frigate Mackerel, Grammatorcynus bicarinatus Shark Mackerel, Scomberomorus queenslandicus School Mackerel, Scomberomorus semifasciatus Grey Mackerel, Scomberomorus commerson Spanish Mackerel, Euthynnus affinis Mackerel Tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis Skipjack Tuna, Rachycentron canadum Cobia, Sarda australis Australian Bonito, Coryphaena hippurus Mahi Mahi, Makaira nigricans Blue Marlin, Istiophorus platypterus Striped Marlin, Makaira indica Black Marlin, Istiophorus platypterus Sailfish, Xiphias gladius Swordfish, Tetrapterus angustirostris Spearfish, Carcharhinus melanopterus Blacktip Reef Shark, Rhynchobatus djiddensis Whitespotted Shovelnosed Ray, Macquaria ambigua Golden Perch, Lutjanus argentimaculatus Mangrove Jack, Maccullochella peelii Murray Cod, Bidyanus bidyanus Silver Perch, Hephaestus fuliginosus Sooty Grunter, Lates calcarifer Barramundi, Hephaestus tulliensis Khaki Grunter, Scortum Barcoo Barcoo Grunter, Kuhlia rupestris Jungle Perch, Bidyanus welchi Welch’s Grunter, Maccullochella mariensis Mary River Cod, Tandanus tandanus Freshwater Catfish, Oxyeleotris lineolata Sleepy Cod, Macquaria novemaculeata Australian Bass, Scleropages leichardti Saratoga, Melanotaenia spleddida inornata Rainbowfish, Arrhamphus sclerolepis Garfish, Anguilla reinhardtii Eel, Neoceratodus fosteri Australian Lungfish, Pristis microdon  Sawfish, Gadopsis marmoratus River Blackfish, Macquaria bloomfield Bloomfield River Cod, Macrobracium rosenbergii  and Macrobracium lar Cherabin, Velesuno ombiguous Mollusc, Cherax destructor Freshwater Blueclaw Crayfish, Cherax quadricainatus Redclaw Crayfish, Euastacus diversus Spiny Crayfish, Sillago ciliata  Sand Whiting, Sillago maculate Trumpeter Whiting, Sillago analis Goldenline Whiting, Sillago robusta Stout Whiting, Sillago sihama Northern Whiting, Platycephalus fuscus Dusky Flathead,  Acanthopagrus australis Yellowfin Bream, Rhabdosargus sarba Tarwhine, Platycephalus arenarius Bluespotted Flathead, Acanthopargus berda Pikey Bream, Argyrops spinifer Frypan Bream, Platycephalus indicus Bartail Flathead, Platycephalus arenanus Northern Sand Flathead, Girella tricuspidata Luderick, Pomatomus saltatrix Tailor, Trachinotus baillonii Smallspotted Dart, Platax batavianus Humphead Batfish, Parastromateus niger Black Pomfret, Pagrus auratus Snapper, Lethrinus laticaudis Grass Emperor, Scatohpagus argus Spotted Scat, Monodactylus argenteus Diamondfish, Trachinotus coppingeri Swallowtail Dart, Pseudorhombus arsis Flounder, Otolithes ruber  Silver Teraglin, Glaucosama scapulare Pearl Perch, Gnathanodon speciosus Golden Trevally, Ariopsis graeffei  Blue Catfish, Mugil cephalus Sea Mullet, Pseudocaranx dentex Silver Trevally, Caranax papuensis Brassy Trevally, Liza vaigiensis  Diamondscale Mullet, Caranax ignobilis Giant Trevally, Pomadasys argenteus Silver Javelin, Liza subviridis Greenback Mullet, Pomadasys kaakan Barred Javelin, Polydactylus plebeius Striped Threadfin, Valamugil scheli Bluespot Mullet, Polydactylus macrochir King Threadfin, Hemiramphus robustus Three-by-two Garfish, Drepane punctata Sicklefish, Brachirus nigra Sole, Eleutheronema tetradactylum Blue Threadfin, Lutjanus johnii Golden Snapper, Chirocentrus dorab Dorab Wolf Herring, Protonibea diacanthus  Black Jewfish, Plotosus lineatus Striped Catfish, Selenotoca multifasciato Striped Scat

Available in 4 variants

  • Premium 170gsm paper supplied with plastic sleeve
  • LAMINATED both sides with premium grade 80 um plastic film to ensure product has long life, permanently WATERPROOF and resilient to damage. Camtas Marine chart side has non- reflective matte finish laminate specially formulated in manufacture of surface to allow navigators the benefit of being able to DRAW ON THE SURFACE WITH PENCIL OR INK. Pencil and most inks easily removed with eraser, permanent ink with mentholated spirit. Supplied with plastic sleeve
  • Premium 170gsm paper folded into A4 size plastic wallet
  • DECAL-STICKER premium vinyl, map side only, UV stabilized quality inks - can be expected to last for years