MACHC2015, December 2014 Hydrographic Service Leendert Dorst National report of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

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  • MACHC2015, December 2014 Hydrographic Service Leendert Dorst National report of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
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  • 2 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands A quick recap: responsibilities of NLHO in Caribbean leeward islands windward islands
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  • 3 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands A quick recap: responsibilities of NLHO in Caribbean leeward islands windward islands
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  • 4 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Result from MACHC2013: exchange with Brazil
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  • 5 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Result from MACHC2013: exchange with Brazil
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  • 6 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Agreement on new Caribbean all-purpose boundary
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  • 7 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Continued cooperation on tidal predictions with Suriname
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  • 8 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Leeward Islands (Aruba, Curaao, Bonaire) Adequately surveyed ( 200m): 14% / 40% Required re-survey ( 200m): 86% / 60% Never systematically surveyed ( 200m): 0 / 0 Windward Islands (Sint Maarten, Saba, Sint Eustatius) Adequately surveyed ( 200m): 90% / 98% Required re-survey ( 200m): 10% / 02% Never systematically surveyed ( 200m): 0 / 0 C-55 status of hydrographic surveying
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  • 9 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Survey capacity for deployment in 2016
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  • 10 MACHC2014, December 2014 National report Kingdom of the Netherlands Satisfactory status for surveying and nautical charting in the MACHC area. The 2016 survey campaign will improve the status of surveying of the Leeward Islands. Cooperation with other MS will lead to a new maritime boundary with Saint Kitts & Nevis and better tidal predictions for Suriname. Conclusion

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