Beacon, cardinal points (Hydro, 1:90k - 1:350k)
LINZ - Land Information New Zealand
A beacon is a prominent, specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A cardinal beacon is used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water. It is placed in one of the four quadrants (North, East, South and West), bounded by inter-cardinal bearings from the point marked.
S-57 Object Class: Beacon, cardinal
S-57 Acronym: BCNCAR
This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:90,000 to 1:350,000.
THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION.
This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/
The hydrographic data available through the LINZ Data Service is based on official Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority.
Prior to loading onto this service, the S-57 data from these ENCs is converted to shapefile format.
The following Navigational Purposes and scale-ranges are represented:
1. Overview, 1:1.5mil and smaller
2. General, 1:350k - 1:1,500k
3. Coastal, 1:90k - 1:350k
4. Approach, 1:22k - 1:90k
5. Harbour, 1:4k - 1:22k
-41.2331275 173.2360734 -34.9201231 176.1784339