Seamarks/Anchorages

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Anchorages

The tags defined on this page will render in various nautical charts.

Type S100 seamark:type Definition Rendering Notes
Anchorage area ACHARE anchorage An area in which vessels anchor or may anchor. Anchorage.png A "seamark:name" tag is used for the anchorage name.
On multipolygons, the tags should be placed either on the relation or on the outer polygon.
Anchor berth ACHBRT anchor_berth A designated area of water where a single vessel, sea plane, etc., may anchor. AnchorBerth.png A "seamark:name" tag is used for the berth number.
A "seamark:anchor_berth:radius" is used for the swinging radius of the berth.

This page defines values for the "seamark:anchorage:category" tags.

Categories

Where more than one value applies, the tag value should be a semi-colon separated list.

Category (CATACH) seamark:anchorage:category Definition
Unrestricted anchorage unrestricted An area in which vessels anchor or may anchor.
Deep water anchorage deep_water An area in which vessels of deep draught anchor or may anchor.
Tanker anchorage tanker An area in which tankers anchor or may anchor.
Explosives anchorage explosives An area set apart for anchored ships discharging or receiving explosives.
Quarantine anchorage quarantine An area where a vessel anchors when satisfying quarantine regulations.
Sea-plane anchorage seaplane An area in which sea-planes anchor or may anchor.
Small craft anchorage small_craft An area in which yachts and small boats anchor or may anchor.
Small craft mooring area small_craft_mooring An area in which yachts and small boats moor.
Anchorage for periods up to 24 hours 24_hour An area in which vessels anchor or may anchor for periods of up to 24 hours.
Anchorage for pushing-navigation vessels pushing An area where pushing-navigation vessels may anchor
Anchorage for a limited period of time limited_period An area in which vessels may anchor for a period of time not to exceed a specific limit.
Anchorage for other vessels than pushing-navigation vessels non_pushing An area where other vessels than pushing-navigation vessels may anchor
Anchorage for dry cargo vessels dry_cargo An area where dry cargo vessels may anchor
Anchorage for rafts raft An area where rafts may anchor

Restrictions

Anchorage areas may have restrictions applied to them. See: Restrictions

References

Seamark Tag Values
Seamark Objects
Seamark Attributes
INT-1 Cross Reference