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West Coast MNR

The West Coast Marine Nature Reserve is a single designation but can be divided into 4 parts (i, ii, iii, iv) for ease of plotting.

West Coast Marine Nature Reserve (i) that area of the territorial sea lying between the Highest Astronomical Tide level and the 3 nautical-mile limit, west of a line projected north from A on the Highest Astronomical Tide level at 54° 25.0482’ N, 04° 22.0999’ W, and east of a line projected north from B (Glen Wyllin) at 54° 16.9998’ N, 04° 35.5999’ W.

West Coast Marine Nature Reserve (ii) that area of the territorial sea lying within the 1 nautical-mile limit, west of a line projected north from B (at Glen Wyllin) at 54° 16.9998’ N, 04° 35.5999’ W, and north of a line projected west from C (Orrisdale Head) at 54° 18.0012’ N, 04° 35.2270’ W.

West Coast Marine Nature Reserve (iii) that area of the territorial sea lying between the Highest  Astronomical Tide level and the 3 nautical-mile limit, south of a line projected west from C (Orrisdale Head) at 54° 18.0012’ N, 04° 35.2270’ W, and north-east of a line projected north west from D (Thistle Head) at 54° 13.2000’ N, 04° 42.4999’ W.

West Coast Marine Nature Reserve (iv) that area of the territorial sea lying between the Highest Astronomical Tide level and the 1 nautical-mile limit, south-west of a line projected north west from D (Thistle Head) at 54° 13.2000’ N, 04° 42.4999’ W, and north of a line projected west from E (Elby Point) at 54° 09.7500’ North, 04° 44.5602’ W.

West Coast MNR

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