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1 The Portuguese NAVTEX transmission (frequency 490kHz) began on 04 February 2002;

2 Those covered areas and time of broadcast was implemented on 04 February 2002.

STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF GMDSS - GREECE



1. SafetyNET (METAREA III)
Greece (HNMS) as Issuing Country responsible for METAREA III (details for sub-areas in Appendix I), disseminates bulletins for the Mediterranean and Black Sea after co-operation with France (Meteo-France) which is Preparation country for the western part of Mediterranean Sea (METAREA III (W), for the eastern part being the HNMS METAREA III (E).

Details for sub-areas see (Appendix II).


Scheduled bulletins :


Time of issue (UTC)

24 Hour Forecast starting from

0200

0800


1400

2000


0400

1000


1600

2200

After adding METAREA III (W) received by Meteo-France, bulletins are send (Telex to Telex with backup option Pc to Pc communication) from HNMS to Land Earth Station Thermopylae and via Inmarsat AOR-E broadcasted two times a day scheduled 1000 - 2200 UTC.
Content :
Part 1 : Warning recall

Part 2 : Synopsis and evolution

Part 3 : Forecasts for sub-areas and at the end

12h Outlook



Warnings :

Issued for winds Beaufort scale 8 and above, observed.

Repeated every 3 hours.
Content :
Synopsis describing synoptical situation generating gale force winds



2. NAVTEX (METAREA III (E))
Greece has in operation three Coastal Radio Stations (CRSs) (518 KHz), Limnos [L], Herakleion [H] and Kerkyra [K], which cover a large part of the costal zone of Eastern Mediterranean Sea (Appendix III). These stations are going to be replaced probably within 2003 with new ones of latest technology.
Scheduled bulletins are broadcasted four times a day on scheduled broadcasts (Appendix III).

Gale and Storm Warnings, when necessary, are broadcasted by unscheduled broadcasts. These bulletins and warnings are prepared by The Hellenic National Meteorological Service HNMS.

Example of scheduled bulletin for METAREA III

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The HNMS as Issuing Service responsible for NAV/METAREA III (Appendix I), disseminates bulletins for the Mediterranean and Black Seas after co-operation with Meteo-France which is Preparation Service for the Western part of Mediterranean Sea, for the Eastern part being the HNMS (Appendix II).
Weather and Sea bulletins are broadcast through LES Thermopylae via Inmarsat AOR-E two times a day scheduled 1000-2200 UTC, Gale and Storm Warnings, immediately after issue.

2. NAVTEX (NAV/METAREA III)


Greece has in operation three Coastal Radio Stations (CRSs) Limnos [L], Heraklion [H] and Kerkyra[K], which cover a large part of the costal zone of Eastern Mediterranean Sea (Appendix III). These stations are going to be replaced within 2003 with new ones of latest technology.
Weather and Sea bulletins are broadcast four times daily on scheduled broadcasts. Gale and Storm Warnings, when necessary, are disseminated by unscheduled broadcasts. These bulletins and warnings are prepared by The Hellenic National Meteorological Service HNMS.

APPENDIX I


ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΜΕΤΕΩΡΟΛΟΓΙΚΗ ΥΠΗΡΕΣΙΑ METEOFRANCE - HELLENIC NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE

ΠΕΡΙΟΧΕΣ ΠΡΟΓΝΩΣΕΩΝ ΚΑΙΡΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΗ ΝΑΥΤΙΛΙΑ WEATHER FORECAST AREAS FOR SHIPPING METAREA III (INMARSAT-C)




0. ALBORAN

1. PALOS


2. ALGER

3. ANNABA

4. TUNIS

5. CARBONARA

6. LIPARI

7. CIRCEO

8. MADDALENA

9. ELBE


10. LIGURE

11. PROVENCE

12. CORSE

13. SARDAIGNE

14. CABRERA

15. MINORQUE

16. LION

17. BALEARES




18. NORTH ADRIATIC

19. CENTRAL ADRIATIC

20. SOUTH ADRIATIC

21. BOOT


22. MELITA

23. GABES

24. SIDRA

25. NORTH IONIO

26. SOUTH IONIO

27. PATRAIKOS

28. KORINTHIAKOS

29. KITHIRA

30. SOUTHWEST KRITIKO

31. SOUTHEAST KRITIKO IERAPETRA

32. TAURUS

33. DELTA

34. CRUSADE

35. KASTELLORIZO SEA



36. RODOS SEA

37. KARPATHIO

38. WEST KRITIKO

39. EAST KRITIKO

40. SOUTHWEST AEGEAN

41. SOUTHEAST AEGEAN IKARIO

42. SAMOS SEA

43. SARONIKOS

44. SOUTH EVVOIKOS

45. KAFIREAS STRAIT

46. CENTRAL AEGEAN

47. NORTHWEST AEGEAN

48. NORTHEAST AEGEAN

49. THRAKIKO

50. MARMARA

51. THERMAIKOS

52. WEST BLACK SEA

53. EAST BLACK SEA




Ε

APPENDIX II

ΘΝΙΚΗ ΜΕΤΕΩΡΟΛΟΓΙΚΗ ΥΠΗΡΕΣΙΑ HELLENIC NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE

ΠΕΡΙΟΧΕΣ ΠΡΟΓΝΩΣΕΩΝ ΚΑΙΡΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΗ ΝΑΥΤΙΛΙΑ WEATHER FORECAST AREAS FOR SHIPPING




440

420

400

380

36040’

18030’

150

350

250

330

300

21050’

18

19

20

25

26

21

22

23

24

30

29

27

28

43


51

47

48

40

41

383


393


37


35


31

32


33


34


36

42


46

45

49

50

350

522


532


44


18. NORTH ADRIATIC

19. CENTRAL ADRIATIC

20. SOUTH ADRIATIC

21. BOOT


22. MELITA

23.GABES


24. SIDRA

25. NORTH IONIO

26. SOUTH IONIO

27. PATRAIKOS

28. KORINTHIAKOS

29. KITHIRA SEA

30. SOUTHWEST KRITIKO

31. SOUTHEAST KRITIKO

IERAPETRA

32. TAURUS

33. DELTA

34. CRUSADE

35. KASTELLORIZO SEA

36. RODOS SEA

37. KARPATHIO

38. WEST KRITIKO

39. EAST KRITIKO

40. SOUTHWEST AEGEAN

41. SOUTHEAST AEGEAN

IKARIO


42. SAMOS SEA

43. SARONIKOS

44. SOUTH EVVOIKOS

45. KAFIREAS STRAIT

46. CENTRAL AEGEAN

47. NORTHWEST AEGEAN

48. NORTHEAST AEGEAN

49. THRAKIKO

50 MARMARA

51. THERMAIKOS

52. WEST BLACK SEA

53. EAST BLACK SEA






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