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Transit Planning Publications, Continued Sailing Directions; En-Route Volumes En Route Volumes.  Each En route volume includes detailed coastal and port approach information, supplementing the largest scale chart available from  DMAHTC.  It  is  intended  for  use  in  conjunction  with  the  Planning Guide  for  the  ocean  basin  concerned.  Each  En  route  volume  is  divided into a number of sectors, and for each sector information is provided on available  charts  (with  limits  shown  on  an  overall  diagram  as  in  U.S.  chart catalogs);  winds,  tides,  and  currents  (shown  on  an  outline  chart);  off-lying dangers; coastal features; anchorages; and major ports (an annotated chartlet with line drawings of aids to navigation and prominent landmarks).  Figure  3-1  shows  the  limits  for  all  Sailing  Directions volumes. List of Lights The  DMAHTC  List  of Lights,  seven volumes, cover  foreign  coasts  of the world (and limited portions of U.S. coasts); these are Pubs. No. 110 through 116 (see  fig.  3-2).  The  List of Lights volumes include descriptive information similar to Lights  Lists,  but because of their greater coverage areas, they list only lighted aids to navigation and fog signals  (lighted  buoys within harbors are omitted).  Each  List  of Lights  is published in a new edition at intervals of approximately 12 months; changes and corrections are included frequently, as they are required, in Notices to Mariners. Figure  3-2.  List  of  Lights. 3-6

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