Queensland Boating, Fishing, Search and Rescue Guide - resilient laminated waterproof chart - wrist lanyard - Size 22 x 31 cm - CAMTAS
Water contours are shades of blue becoming progressively darker as depth increases, ORIGINAL RIVER BED IS CLEARLY INDICATED
Land contours become progressively darker as height increases
Natural features sand types, mud, salt pans and others features are visually realistically depicted
Grid reference system, latitude and longitude simplifies identifying positions for boating, fishing and rescue services
Navigation marks and symbols are clearly indicated on the chart
Known information such as names, heights, depths, obstructions and distances from boat ramp
Lesser known information such as local knowledge of fishing locations, local common names and information from latest satellite images are included at time of publication
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 places of interest:
Awoonga Dam Wall, Boat ramp, Caravan Park, Lookout, Recreation area, Pete’s Beach, Catfish Cove, Riverston Creek, O’Connell State Forest, Restricted access, Rocky Point, Rocky Cove, New Zealand Gully, Cormorant Bay, Gold Mine Point, Cliff Mood Bay, Pig Ck, Inveragh Creek, Tortoise Bay, Kens Bay, Kite Pt, Gary’s Cove, Osprey Is, Tom’s Ck, Castletower Ck, Middle Ck, Grevillea Ck, Causeway, Dingo Is, Eaglesnest Bay, Brolga Is, Rabbit Point, Andrews Bay, Wedgetail Is, The Bluff, Castletower National Park, Boyne River, Iffley Ck, Platypus Cove, Boat access, Causeway, Glengarry Gully