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Notice to Mariners, Continued Figure  1-18.  Notice  to  Mariners  format. Automated Notice to Mariners System (ANTMS) The  ANTMS  is  used  by  the  DMAHTC  to  process  navigational  data  and to  produce  the  Notice  to  Mariners,  the  Summary  of  Corrections,  the  List of  Lights,  and  Sailing  Directions.  Your  ship  can  query  the  ANTMS  by message  to  obtain  the  latest  navigation  information  while  you  are  at  sea. For  example,  this  could  be  of  great  importance  if  you  have  not  received the  most  recent  issues  of  Notice  to  Mariners  and  want  to  check  for  the latest  corrections  to  charts  you  will  be  using  to  enter  your  next  port. Instructions  explaining  how  to  gain  access  to  the  ANTMS  may  be obtained  by  writing  to  the  DMAHTC,  Attention:  NVS,  and  requesting  a copy  of  the  Automated  Notice  to  Mariners  Communications  Users Manual. Local Notice to The  Local  Notice  to  Mariners  is  published  weekly  by  the  U.S.  Coast Mariners Guard.  It  contains  information  of  a  local  nature.  As  the  U.  S.  Coast Guard  is  responsible  for  maintaining  all  U.S.  Aids  to  Navigation,  they report  any  changes  that  may  have  been  made.  This  may  include information  such  as  the  movement  of  buoys  and  markers,  and  changes  in depth  of  the  water  due  to  dredging.  It  will  also  contain  information  on bridge  closings,  harbor  restrictions,  and  general  information  concerning harbors  and  local  coastal  areas. l-30

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