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Navigation Aids

Avilés Port Authority’s Navigation Aids Unit is responsible for buoys in both Avilés Estuary and Eo Estuary, as well as for the lighthouses along the coast from Avilés to the neighbouring region of Galicia. These comprise a total of fifty-three signals, eight of which are lighthouses.

Avilés Estuary Buoyage

Avilés Estuary buoyage comprises 42 signals, consisting of lateral marks, landfall lights and leading lights.

The location of these signals is given in the following chart

 

Click here to download the chart in Pdf Click here to download the chart in Pdf

plano_balizamiento_ria_de_Avilés.pdf (229KB)

Download the complete Avilés Estuary buoyage document here:


Balizamiento_Ría_de_Avilés.pdf (65KB)

Eo Estuary Buoyage

Eo Estuary buoyage on the Asturian side, for which the Avilés Port Authority is responsible, comprises three signals. One beacon and another two signals that serve as leading lights.

Eo buoyage location Eo buoyage location

Eo Estuary Buoyage Table

Download information on Eo buoyage here Download information on Eo buoyage here

Balizamiento_Ría_del_Eo.pdf (22KB)

Lighthouses attached to Avilés Port Authority

The Avilés Port Authority’s Navigation Aids Unit is responsible for those lighthouses between Cabo de Peñas (excluding this) and the Eo Estuary. There are a total of eight lighthouses along this stretch of coast.

 

Download details on the lighthouses attached to this Port Authority Download details on the lighthouses attached to this Port Authority

Faros.pdf (83KB)

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PortalAton

Further information on this Port Authority’s navigation aids is available on the PortalAton. Click on the following link for detailed and updated information

http://portalaton.puertos.es/portalAton/app/seguridad/login.jsp

 

Radio navigational warnings

 

Click on this link to access the Sea Rescue radio navigational warning platform

http://radioavisos.salvamentomaritimo.es/

Notices to Mariners

Click here to access the public web page entitled Notices to Mariners posted by the Instituto Hidrográfico de la Marina (Ministry of Defence)

 

http://armada.mde.es/ArmadaPortal/page/Portal/ArmadaEspannola/cienciaihm1/prefLang-es/02ProductosServicios--01avisos