Notice to Mariners - Changes in Aids to Navigation Hemenway Harbor
Contact: Roxanne Dey, 702.293.8691
Lake Mead Recreation Area Superintendent William K Dickenson announces changes to Aids to Navigation in the Hemenway Harbor of Lake Mead. Due to the relocation of the Lake Mead Marina Complex to Hemenway Harbor, the following buoy has been added:
Hemenway Harbor “A” Mid-Channel Buoy is located at:
36 degrees 01 minutes 40.9 seconds north
114 degrees 46 minutes 01.8 seconds west
The red and white vertically striped, lighted, can shaped buoy, will show a “Flash” sequence. The white light will be on for 0.8 seconds, off for 1.2 seconds, on for 2.4 seconds, then off for 3.6 seconds. The sequence is then repeated. This new buoy will aid mariners navigating to the center entrance of Hemenway Harbor.
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