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Bay of Plenty / Entering Tauranga Harbour: north cardinal light,; Stoney point; No1 and No3
Stoney point K3900; No1 K3900.4; No3 K3902


      

M/V Straat Freetown entering Tauranga on the Northern Island, 40 years ago.

Can you find these lights Dmitry, i don't have the charts.
For Stoney Point see see photo with K3900

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Album name:Hans de Graaf / New Zealand
Current status (active, not active, museum etc):Active
Focal plane elevation above sea level, m:K3900.4: 5; K3902: 6
Light Description (light sectors, colour of the light, number of flashes etc):K3900.4: Group very quick, 10s, (fl 0.15, ec 0.35)*8; fl 0.15, ec 5.85, white; K3902: Flashing, 3s, fl.0.5, ecl. 2.5, 73-299 green, 299-73 no light
Range, nm:K3902: 3nm
Coordinates (in any format):37 38.2427 S 176 10.3662 E
Displayed:210 times
Date added:Mar 12, 2012
Keywords:New Zealand ; Pacific ocean ; Tauranga ; Historic
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mitko   [Mar 12, 2012 at 11:16 PM]
So the map is here
Marked by arrow is distant light in the end of breakwater (see picture of Peter)
Now we can try to identify these 3 beacons.
Hans de Graaf   [Mar 13, 2012 at 12:28 PM]
Nice Mitko, at the bow of the Straat Freetown is seen a red buoy, shown left of stoney point on your map, if the situation is unchanged. The tug could be near Green no 3.

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