Gulf of Guinea Bridge cards

Feb 18 2021


There is an ever increasing threat faced by those operating in the Gulf of Guinea.

In support of BMP WA, the OCIMF Maritime Security Committee have produced a set of GOG Bridge Cards intended as a quick reference during time of tension. They are complementary to the information in BMP WA and on Charts UKHOQ6114/SHOM8801CSD.


Please may we remind all operators of the need to report to MDAT-GOG.

 

The Bridge cards are available below:

/media/172924/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-1.pdf

/media/172943/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-2.pdf
/media/172962/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-3.pdf
/media/172981/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-4.pdf
/media/173000/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-5.pdf
/media/173019/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-6.pdf
/media/173038/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-7.pdf
/media/173057/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-8.pdf
/media/173076/OCIMF_BMP_WA_A5cards-9.pdf

 

 



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