Consultation outcome

South Stack Lighthouse fog signal

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South Stack Lighthouse: consultation outcome letter

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Detail of outcome

Letter outcome of the consultation which states that the fog system should continue.

Original consultation

Summary

Consultation as to stopping the fog signal at South Stack Lighthouse.

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Consultation description

South Stack Lighthouse currently exhibits a main light character with a range of 24 nautical miles and a fog (sound) signal with a character of 1 blast every 30 seconds, with a range of 2 nautical miles, currently sounded in conditions of reduced visibility. It is proposed that consideration should be given to the discontinuance of this fog signal.

Published 27 August 2013