Nautical Chart of Approaches to Derby
Nautical chart of the Nort-West Australia covering the Approaches to Derby and King Sound in Western Australia. Originally published in 1950 by the Crown under the superintendence of admiral K.E. Oom. It was printed by the Royal Australian Service Corps in 1971. The hydrographic chart shows relief in contours, spot heights, soundings, and isolines.
The Australian Hydrographic Service (formerly known as the Royal Australian Navy Hydrographic Service) is the Australian Commonwealth Government agency responsible for providing hydrographic services that meet Australia’s obligations under the SOLAS convention and the national interest; enabling safe navigation, maritime trade, and supporting the protection of the marine environment. The agency, headquartered at the Australian Hydrographic Office in Wollongong, New South Wales, is an element of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and serves both military and civilian functions.
Dimensions: 110 x 72 cm; 43 x 28 in
Publisher: Hydrographic Service R.A.N.
Country of manufacture: Australia
Place of publication: Wollongong
Author: K. E. Oom
Condition: Folded as issued, slight crumpling in the lower right corner,
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