|Re: Re: Excluding rescue aircraft I hope|
Posted by Chuck Tribolet on December 20, 2010 at 07:31:13:|
In Reply to: Re: Excluding rescue aircraft I hope posted by Chuck Tribolet on December 20, 2010 at 07:20:38:
Oh, bleep, I managed to paste in a whole lot more than I intended.
Flying motorized aircraft, except as necessary for valid law enforcement purposes, at less than 1,000 feet above any of the four zones within the Sanctuary described in Appendix B to this subpart.
Appendix B to Subpart M of Part 922 — Zones Within the Sanctuary Where Overflights Below 1000 Feet are Prohibited
The four zones are:
1. From mean high water out to three nautical miles (NM) between a line extending from Point Santa Cruz on a southwesterly heading bearing of 220° true and a line extending from 2.0 nmi north of Pescadero Point on a southwesterly heading bearing of 240° true;
2. From mean high water out to three nmi between a line extending from the Carmel River mouth on a westerly heading bearing of 270° true and a line extending due west along latitude 35.55488° off of Cambria;
3. From mean high water and within a five nmi arc drawn from a center point at the end of Moss Landing Pier as it appeared on the most current NOAA nautical charts as of January 1, 1993; and
4. Over the waters of Elkhorn Slough east of the Highway One bridge to Elkhorn Road.
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