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REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Warnings and Conditions of Readiness Concerning Hazardous or Destructive
Weather Phenomena," OPNAVINST 3140.24E dated 21 December 1993
(Defines hazardous and destructive weather).
"Heavy Weather Mooring Guidance," message R 130351Z JUL 95 from
COMNAVSEASYSCOM.
"Destructive Weather Plan," COMNAVBASENORVA/ SOPA (ADMIN)
HAMPINST 3141.1V dated 23 Apr 1997 (States that "none of the harbors in
the Hampton Roads area are safe havens during sustained hurricane force
winds.")
"Destructive Weather Plan," NAVSHIPYDNOR/ SOPA (ADMIN) PORTINST
3140.1A dated 9 August 1994.
"Guidelines and Recommendations for the Safe Mooring of Large Ships at
Piers and Sea Islands," TNL 81-4, Ref 1, Oil Companies International Marine
Forum, dated 17 Feb 1981. (Provides for 60 knot wind and knot beam
current or 60 knot wind and 2 knot 10 current)
"Hurricane Preparedness," 4700 Ser-N43/3450, ltr from
COMNAVSURFLANT dated 12 Dec 1996.
"Heavy Weather Plan," NAVSEA Standard Item 009-69, 09 Dec 1994 (Does
not set upper environmental limit for heavy weather plan)
"Heavy Weather Plan," NAVSEA Standard Item 009-69, 13 Sep 1996
(preliminary).
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NFESC TR-6012-OCN Rev B
U.S. NAVY HEAVY WEATHER
MOORING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS





 


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