(a) The area. The waters within an area beginning at mean high water on the shore at the facility
located at latitude 37°17'33.10” N, longitude 76°36'19.06” W; then northeast to a
point in the York River at latitude 37°18'36.65” N, longitude 76°34'39.01” W; thence
south, southeast to latitude 37°17'59.37” N, longitude 76°34'13.65” W; then southwest
to a point on the shore located at latitude 37°17'26.75” N, longitude 76°36'14.89”
(b) The regulations.
(1) Vessels and persons may transit this area at any time. No vessel or persons shall anchor, fish or conduct any waterborne activities within
the danger zone established in accordance with this regulation any time live firing
exercises are being conducted.
(2) Anytime live firing is being conducted, the person or persons in charge shall display
a red flag from a conspicuous location along the shore to signify the range is active
and post lookouts to ensure the safety of all vessels passing through the area. At night, red lights will be displayed in lieu of flags.
(3) No firing activities shall be conducted when the visibility is less than the maximum
range of the weapons being used at the facility or while a vessel is within the danger
(4) Recreational and commercial activities may be conducted in this area anytime the
range is inactive.
(c) Enforcement. The regulations in this section shall be enforced by the Commander, Naval Weapons
Station, Yorktown, or such agencies as he or she may designate.
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