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NSW Boating, Fishing, Marine Safety Chart - BOTANY BAY and PORT HACKING + BONUS / MC394
NSW Boating, Fishing, Marine Safety Chart - BOTANY BAY and PORT HACKING + BONUS / MC394

NSW Boating, Fishing, Marine Safety Chart - BOTANY BAY and PORT HACKING + BONUS / MC394

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Boating, Fishing, Marine Safety Chart - Camtas publication MC394

Size 61x88cm 

BONUS WALL CHART - Coastal Fish and Animals of Australia reverse side


  • Water contours are shades of blue becoming progressively darker as depth increases
  • Land contours become progressively darker as height increases
  • Natural features, reefs,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
  • Satellite positions derived from the WGS1984 datum can be plotted directly onto this chart
  • No fishing Zones, officially declared Smooth, Partially smooth, Open waters 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
  • 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.

Contains easily identified NSW places of interest of waterways: Botany Bay, Port Hacking, Georges River, Hacking River and near offshore, SYDNEY (KINGSFORD SMITH) AIRPORT, KYEEMAGH, BRIGHTON - LE - SANDS,  BOTANY BAY, RIVERWOOD. PADSTOW, PEAKHURST, OATLEY, Lady Robinsons Beach, Kogarah Sailing Club, Shipwrights Bay, Georges River Sailing Club, BOTANY, MAROUBA, BANKSMEADOW, MALABAR, Bumborah Point, Boora Point, LA PEROUSE, PORT BOTANY, Brotherson Dock, Tupia Head, Little Bay, Yarra Bay Sailing Club, Yarra Bay, PHILLIP BAY, Henry Head, Cape Banks, Bare Is, Frenchmans Bay, Molineux Point, Astrolabe Cove, Congwong Bay, Sutherland Point, GEORGES RIVER, SANS  SOUCI, ANL Container  Terminal, Towra Point, Dolls Point, Connells Point Sailing Club, Kogarah Bay, RAMSGATE, Oatley Park, Soily Bottom Point, Moon Point, LUGARNO, Lime Kiln Bay, Lime Kiln Head, MONTEREY,  Brighton-Le-Sands Amateur Fisherman’s Club, Alford Point Bridge, Jewfish Bay, Oatley Bay, Gungah Bay, Great Moon Bay, Little Moon Bay, BLAKEHURST, CONNELLS POINT, HURSTVILLE GROVE,  Alford Point, St Kilda Point, St George Sailing Club, St George Motor Boat Club, Spit Island, Water Police, Rocky Point, Sandringham Bay, Neverfail Bay, Captain Cook Bridge, Tom Uglys Bridge, Carina  Bay, Coronation Bay, Bonnet Head, Georges Head, Green Point, Scylla Bay, Oven Reach, Griffins Point , ILLAWONG, Oatley Point, Jewfish Point, Oyster farms, Gertrude Point, Connells Bay, Connells Point, Kangaroo Point, Kylie Bay, Caravan Head, Wearne Bay, Bottle and Glass Head, OYSTER BAY, COMO, Mangrove Island, Bonnet Bay, Kurnell Groynes, Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Captain Cook’s Landing Place Historic Site, Cook Obelisk, Solander Memorial, Sir Joseph Banks Memorial, KURNELL, Bonna Point, Quibray Bay, Inscription Point, Yena Gap, Cape Solander, Tom Uglys Point, Sandy Point, Woolooware Bay, Taren Point, Carter Island, KURNELL PENINSULA, Weeney Bay, Shell Point, Pelican Point,TAREN, KIRRAWEE, Oyster Bay Sailing Club, KAREELA, Oyster Bay, SYLVANIA, SYLVANIA WATERS, Bald Face Point, Horse Rock Point, Shag Point, Gwawley Bay, Tabbigai Gap, Cronulla Beach, Osborn Shoal, Botany Cone,Pimelwi Rocks, The Merries Reef, Botany Bay National Park, Potter Point, Captain Cook’s Landing Place Historic Site, Cape Baily, WORONORA,  BONNET BAY, SUTHERLAND, JANNALI, BANGOR,  GRAYS POINT, North West Arm, Lightning Point, Gymea Bay, Mansion Point, Neales Inlet, GYMEA BAY, GYMEA, Yowie Point, YOWIE BAY, MIRANDA, Willarong Point, Port Hacking Sailing Club, Burraneer Bay Sailing Club, Cronulla Sailing Club, Royal Motor Yacht Club, BATE BAY, CARINGBAH, DOLANS BAY, WOOLOOWARE, Elouera Beach, Wanda Beach, Rock Islet, Shark Island, Boat Harbour Aquatic Reserve, Boat Harbour, Doughboy Head, Long Nose Point, Audrey Causeway, Port Hacking Point, Wattle Forest, Willow Flats, Royal National Park, Grays Point, Dark Bay, Wants Point, Iron Bark Flats, Hacking River, Point Danger, Leg of Mutton  Bay, Costens Point, Grahams Point, GUNDAMAIAN, PORT HACKING, Gogerlys Point, Caruthers  Bay, Little Turriell Bay, Great Turriell Bay, Red Jacks Point, Dolans Bay, BURRANEER, Burraner Bay, CRONULLA, Deer Park, Constables Point, Gunnamatta  Bay, Glaisher Point, Jibbon Bimbora, Bass and Flinders Point, Yenabilli Point, LILLI  PILLI, Horden Beach, Lilli Pilli Point, Gannons Bay, Gannons Bay, Deeban Spit, Cabbage Tree Point, Simpsons Bay, Turriell Point, Fishermans Bay, Hungry Point, Burraneer Point, Salmon Haul  Bay,Cabbage Tree Basin, Bonnie Vale Camping Ground, MAIANBAR, BUNDEENA, Bundeena Bay, Pulpit Point, Jibbon Beach, Gooseberry Bay, South West Arm

Clearly identifies “Prohibited”, “Restricted” and “No Entry” zones

BONUS WALL CHART - Coastal Fish and Animals of Australia reverse side

High quality Illustrations, including common names, scientific names, growth sizes and more.

Species included: Whale Shark, Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin, Humpback Whale, Orca (Killer Whale, Moonfish, Great Hammerhead Shark, Sailfish, Manta Ray, Minke Whale, Spotted Eagle Ray, Black Marlin, Australian Sea Lion,  Australian Fur Seal,  Bull Shark, Black Kingfish, Queensland Groper, Great White Shark,  Slender Sucker-fish, Tiger Shark, Bigeye Tuna, Spanish Mackerel, Spotted Mackerel,  Great Barracuda, Mahi-Mahi, Yellowtail Kingfish, White-tip Shark, Dugong, Bluespotted Coral Trout, Green Turtle, Australian Salmon,  Barcheek Coral Trout, John Dory, Red Emperor, Common Coral Trout, Golden Trevally,  Striped Barracuda, Swallowtail Dart, Queenfish,  Snapper, Grass Emperor, Redthroat Emperor, Mangrove Jack, Tailor, Mulloway,  Barramundi, Tripletail,  King George Whiting, Sea Mullet, Yellowfin Bream, Luderick, Spangled Emperor, Sand Flathead, Barred Javelinfish, Sand Whiting, Garfish, Coral Cod, Tarwhine, Teraglin, Stripey Seaperch, Saddletail Seaperch, Pearl Perch, Barramundi Cod, Grunter Bream, Longfin Rockcod, Hussar, Moses Perch, Blue Threadfin, Leatherjacket, Blue Parrotfish, Venus Tuskfish, Humphead Maori Wrasse, Napoleon Maori Wrasse, Estuary Rockcod, Rosy Snapper, Unicornfish,  Moon Wrasse, Bridled Triggerfish,  Dwarf Lionfish,  Shovel Nosed Ray, Scribbled Angelfish, Beaked Coralfish, Scarlet-breasted Maori Wrasse, Sailfinned Tang, Lagoon Ray, Bicolored Angelfish, Vagabond Butterfly-fish, Six-banded Angel-fish, Saddle Butterfly-fish, Short-finned Batfish, Sickle-fish, Red Fire-fish,  Harlequin Tuskfish, Big Spotted Triggerfish, Long-nosed Butterflyfish, Lined Butterfly-fish, Painted Flute-mouth, Red and Black Anemone-fish, Chrevon Butterfly-fish, Long-finned Batfish, Black-tip Reef Shark, Blue-banded Angelfish, Zebra Shark, Red-lined Trigger-fish, Zebra Surgeonfish, Stars & Stripes Toadfish, Feather-fin Bannerfish, Banded Wobbegong, Fox-face Rabbit-fish, Potato Rockcod, Emperor Angelfish, Blue-lined Surgeon-fish, Shark Ray, Golden-striped Butterfly-fish, Bi-color Clown Fish, Moorish Idol, Beaked Leatherjacket, Two-banded Anemone-fish, Bluespotted Stingray, Saltwater Crocodile

Size 61x88cm

Available in 3 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. 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